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"aaron mortar" Discussed on The Allergy Today Podcast

The Allergy Today Podcast

11:30 min | 1 year ago

"aaron mortar" Discussed on The Allergy Today Podcast

"We're talking chocolate. Cake sweets like any old would say jelly. Please say Jelly in. What was it like for you? So you don't have allergies. Take it actually. I do as I found out for myself three years ago when I hired anaphylactic response to antihistamine of all things. The very thing that's meant to make you pay nearly took me so yes so to. Do you have a couple of allergies myself now but yeah. He keeps on our toes. I've had to go back to basics when it comes. I'm still learning to cook so everything you can possibly imagine. I was unable to take anything for him when he was first diagnosed. He stopped breathing on me. Eight weeks old when I was breastfeeding him so it was actually reacting severely things coming through my breast milk and then came three very severe allergic responses that we almost lost in on each occasion and then he was finally diagnosed at sixteen months but he was so badly coveted exponentially they do the skin prick test on the arms today right the number then pet these solution and then score it and see if that's response there but he was say covered an expert. They actually had to do on his back so I have to physically hold him to me while they the various different things they need to fax try and to find out what was going on and at that point we found out it was the twenty eight and then my husband said what are we gonNA do. Feed 'em Aaron Mortar. which point I said give me a month? Let me figure it out and I was one of those people was in the aisle cursing in every single supermarket. Trying to find something safe. I started with that. Let's write down all the things the ICON D. and actually it turns out being easier all the things that I could do because that wasn't that much eight years ago but now things getting much better. There's an awful lot more that we can do and and things to progress so much. There's so much you can do in terms of by reportedly with all the different things we can cook last night. She did the most amazing cake for us is she was texting me and this is going to be safe. Calvin I was really pleased because I actually yes it really is. This is amazing. And it's not what's bad as Sino. How does it make you when people put in like last night to make a cake the sun so the first time it happened I actually burst into tears because his column said pretty much every single party he got his T? He's not able to eat the food that I turned expect people to be able to case for him. That's a problem and asked to have to deal with it. I don't expect people to be having to do that. And the extra stress on them. That's for us today and they need more often than not. We'll go to policy and I will reprobate whatever there is that people making find out an advance make sure he has an almost identical kit so when friends went to a laser quest party wasn't a month today and the MOM said to me I've managed to get hold of one of their boxes G. You want to make his food. Hand me the food before we get that and then we take it out so it looks the same as everybody else. Well that's column meant the world because he didn't look any different. It was all inclusive. It was safe life for him and he looked the same as everybody else. And that's so important when your child from a mental perspective knowing that you're say different already has done touched on before and to be able to search you can still do everything. It isn't GonNa impact me in a negative way and I will continue doing what every other child dose as well means. The world is an experienced in the. You had growing up with all of your allergies that you wanted to be like everybody else. Yeah my mom did what you did always Pratt. Food's always had something in separate she used to cold say using a supply and then make what they had but for me which I never felt like I was off then but in school always separate table if they were doing cooking lessons anything like that even if I was able to eat they didn't when I take the risk and that was that was hard for me. I think this is an area of allergies. That really concerns. Me Is the stigma that guess associated with it and the rejection. You get all actually the bullying. That happens as well done. You've got experience of this. What I got? Donald analogy ten fifteen years ago. It wasn't really that dot com in and skills. I was like the only kid I never really experienced. Boy and I know very common now. Kids are kind of got social media social engage- as now maybe why eleven twelve was. When I was in school? Social media wasn't really social thing so I think now probably does happen. Allergies wasn't based the news about them whereas now our our concern in the forefront of the news so kids now probably will. Where are we speaking about that? You can make hyman and feed. You compare taking things out what happens when you go to restaurants how how I can I can send the change of okay okay. So let's let's put a pin more is the best thing the restaurants could change to make your lives easier being truthful Yeah the needs to be truthful. Say that they can actually do something they need to deliver. What they're saying so cross contamination? If they truly understand you need to action. You're you're saying it's no good coming out and saying Oh sorry forgot. You couldn't have the cheese this grace it into your Your Taito take it out back. Scrape awful cheese give it same title bacteria which happened to us before and I've had to pull out an EPI pen and go. Well you're GONNA cool nine nine nine then because that's what's going to happen go into it properly and it does. Let's make a huge difference. You have to go through a bit of the threat and a bit of St yet. When I've had to do that with a key and I worked with a lot of restaurants now a lot of them a fantastic? Absolutely talk to the guys. I work with their phenomenal but there are still a lot that are wanting this difficult situation. What still needs to be done? So why restaurants a few weeks back saying restaurant start that dialogue with the customer to ask. If anyone does have allergies on the table. You'd be surprised at the mountains restaurants. Don't ask the simple question. Is everyone out of allergies when the do really juices Zay with the customer with the OJ. So I think just like really simple things. Asking anyone's got allergies. Thank give them the option. Like which wants pizza the head chef or you hop speaking to the head chef by giving that customer the option I feel like you really reduces enzyme when someone gives you options. There's been times where I felt multiple speaking to the head. Chef when you speak to head chef kinda juices Zayed and then he kinda you understand whether they're gonna you say you always you always go with what you feel in as well so if you feel. I don't think that Russian seriously all the algae menu just won't eat that all defined as well. I don't know if you've had setting we've had the work I do. There are a lot chefs blessed mood in the best that they can do but we have everyone in the industry that when paltrow effect. So you have some fatty diet that comes on. It's an icon in between this time and that time so they're in the restaurant. Why can't have that gluten free? All the dairy free option please. The chef goes to the trouble of doing it. They go through the starter and the maintenance so blatant and dairy free and the does that. We'll pass. ooh That's nice someone somewhere that we can't have that is go on a diet doesn't matter I can have a but anyway that's done damage. I think to with allergies people. Who are pseudo allergic? allegic exactly is that trust in. You do see this in restaurants. Were you talk to the waitress. I've got analogy and immediate. You see the balloon after the ads saying now you haven't you just fighting and you end up with is six cents which has to save your life. Yeah and it does kick in. I'm sure everyone will say there. Is that gut instinct kicks in and you got your. I'm convinced about this until stopping on a few occasions I went to a the peace peace and one on sort of an allergy. So you didn't have an Algebra new. My was blowing out with like such big chain restaurants scattered around wounded knowledge menu for all the different dishes and then she saw Well I can speak to the head chef from the way she said it you kind of got an offer. She's not taking me allergies Sisley on you know what I'm going to be a US. Sean and she's a lot you won't tell you have to be I think if someone's going to take your life seriously you late. She put Newark in someone else's essentially so you you've always got go. You go view and if you feel about not going to say either husband had that as well so back at the beginning of the everyone knows he follows me how much this blew up on twitter but he walked into a restaurant and asked is to say the same many eight and they said No. You have to sign this first before you're allowed to see it and it was a disclaimer saying that they were not going to be and this is a national chain. We are not going to be held responsible. If something in happens you have to sign this before we leave and let you see them any. I can see recent NASCAR Tim. She's been going back to something. Somebody said earlier one thing that I find works really well with restaurants and when they completely turned it round quite serious allergies. I I completely you get it when chefs. Don't feel happy feeding man. I would much rather someone said no but when they turn it around and say okay what do you like what would you like and when I feel the most safe is qualified when a nine everywhere can do this. But they'll do something that's just a little bit different so that everybody knows staff that serving giving me me and the sheriff does this person that has a special diet is having something different. And it's more about looking at what I can have. The menu might not be great. But can we do something else that makes you feel really safe from from my perspective as someone who doesn't live with allergies and if you're a food establishment and you the food and you have a kitchen and you have shut who's trained. Why is it not? Why is it so difficult to come up with something which which people can eat in the attend understand? Just don't understand affect fresh. They can do it go. That's what we did we kind of. We sold the things that he can have as opposed to the things. He can't Cook Chill as nothing that you can do. Because it's pre prepared and there's it's nothing on site that they can go on any single so they are just quite often very manic. Very I have worked in a kitchen. It's noise very nice. Quiet civilized iced easy environment where you have complete control over. What is happening to each dish? I do this should not. If it's a taste and people are eating in it then they should be aware of this situation and she she should have protocol in death trap and go to knives that occur relating. It's a different allergens. The the main issue is kind of the high street restaurants. Sometimes if you pay more money and say to go to a restaurant is is going to be cost like fake. You're going to get that experience. And the most Seattle agreed with that. Some of the really small independence. They do really good jump as well. The ones that are kind of not always come to everybody else vaco often beyond. Yes what about you lindy where you found some really good experience to actually you you blow about the places that you ain't. Yeah I think as I've started my blog I've looked more into the restaurants and I've kind of looked at the allergy memories which weren't around around when I was a kid and I've discovered that the places I have been eating H- I have allergies to them or like a burger the button. We'll be may contain sesame and antitoxin successively. But I've been eating at my whole life but now I know I don't eat there anymore. I don't trust people enough tonight because I'm looking into it. I don't trust myself to know what's careful to know what's good for me so right now my list is really. ABC's home that contain..

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"aaron mortar" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:47 min | 2 years ago

"aaron mortar" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Experts. Don't agree with the president that a wall on the border will keep terrorists out the facts would suggest that we don't face a crisis at the southern border in terms of terrorists trying to cross into the United States a conversation with the former head of the national counterterrorism center. Coming up was a new report released today shows that the CO two in the US fight last year. And Pennsylvania farmers gathering for that state's annual farm conference will head to the keystone state and talk with them after news headlines. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Lakshmi Singh. President Trump is preparing to deliver his first primetime address to the nation from the Oval Office tonight. It's the ultimate bully pulpit from which to make the case for building more wall along the border with Mexico. It's an issue that prompted a standoff with congressional Democrats in a partial government shutdown NPR's Asia Roscoe reports Trump's audience will include eight hundred thousand federal workers directly affected by the shutdown. Trump is pressuring congress to provide funding for what he now describes as a steel barrier. The president is expected to argue that the situation at the border is a crisis and that a physical barrier is necessary for national security. The White House is asking for five point seven billion dollars for new construction along a total of two hundred and thirty four miles democratic leaders, Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer will follow with the joint rebuttal so far Democrats have refused. The back any funding for. A wall, which they argue would be effective at addressing problems at the border Aisha Roscoe NPR news Washington, while the White House works to win over Americans on the border wall to of Trump's closest advisers are overseas trying to manage the fallout. From Trump's sudden announcement to withdraw US troops from Syria. So far Turkey a NATO? Ally is not happy with national security advisor. John Bolton's demand. The Turkish forces refrained from attacking Kurdish fighters in Syria. Kurdish forces were helping the US fight ISIS. Meanwhile, Secretary of state Mike Pompeo is meeting with US allies in the Middle East. Iraq is discussing with Syria the goal of stepping up the fight against ISIS along its border NPR's. Jane Arraf has the latest from Baghdad. Iraqi prime minister Adalah, Mattie says ISIS is a common threat along the almost four hundred mile long border between Iraq and Syria, senior Iraqi security officials recently in Damascus discussing the fight against ISIS after a possible pullout. Out of US troops from Syria. Iraq already launches Aaron mortar strikes into Syria with the approval of the government. They're sending ground forces across the border would be another thing. Donatelli tells NPR whether Iraq goes further into Syria depends on what ISIS does Iraqi forces with US help have pushed ISIS out of the cities here, but they're still fighting the group and the mountains and remote border areas. Jane Arraf NPR news, Baghdad a federal grand juries indicting. The Russian attorney who took part in the Trump Tower meeting at the center of special counsel, Robert Mueller's probe into Russian interference in the two thousand sixteen election possible collusion with the Trump campaign. The talian veselnitskaya is charged with obstruction of Justice in a separate money laundering case in New York before the close the Dow was up two hundred fifty six points more than one percent at twenty three thousand seven hundred eighty seven. This is NPR news. And you're listening to. WNYC in New York. I'm Jamie Floyd crime is down in New York City. But rape reports were up last year and officials say that may be due to more reporting. There's no way to know for certain, however, because New York City has no centralized method of counting incidents of rape. Mary Haviland with the New York City alliance against sexual assaults has that to ensure accurate numbers different agencies would have to coordinate many people who are survivors of sexual violence. Go into hospitals. Many go to recruit the centers others yet. Others go to the police and others. Don't report it all Havilland says health providers are not required to report a rape to law enforcement, unless a knife. Or a gun is involved in the crime, mayor de Blasios policy of paying to send students with disabilities to private schools is adding up when he came into office to Blasios began honoring more requests for reimbursements. The city spent three hundred twenty five million dollars in two thousand seventeen onto wish and bills up more than a third over the. Previous year, but not everyone supports the policy. Alexander men is reporter for Chuck beat the online news site advocates one two three to plow more money back into the semi to create more special education programs. So that they don't have to do them out. A spokeswoman for the education department says the high cost of reimbursements in two thousand seventeen was partially due to a backlog of claims from previous years and Lin Manuel. Miranda is buying the iconic drama book shop in Times Square. Miranda and three of his collaborators on the Broadway hit Hamilton have purchased the more than a century old theater and film store after an announcement that it would close this year because of financial struggles the drama book shop will leave its current location on January twentieth. But relaunch at a new yet to be announced spot in the fall Beranda says he spent many of his teenage years reading place at the shop and tweeted in October that he's going to deal with the closing when he returns from Hamilton Puerto Rico tour tonight showers are likely mainly before midnight, otherwise mostly cloudy with a low around thirty seven degrees. Currently it's forty four degrees..

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"aaron mortar" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:27 min | 2 years ago

"aaron mortar" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Color tax about directing the Showtime series escape at Dan Amora. It's based on the true story of two murderers who escaped from a maximum security prison in upstate New York in twenty fifteen with the help of a woman who wasn't Floyd. There some scenes were shot in that prison going into that prison. The first thing I thought about was getting out that was like I was so happy to leave. So it doesn't shock me that anybody in their would wanna get out. Even if you knew the odds were against you the series stars Benicio del Toro, Paul Dino, and Patricia Arquette who just won a Golden Globe for her performance. Whilst killer was editing the series. He started playing Michael Cohen on Saturday Night Live. Attorney at law. And also sometimes not in law. That's on fresh air. First news. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Lakshmi Singh. President Trump is preparing to deliver his first primetime address to the nation from the Oval Office tonight. It's the ultimate bully pulpit from which to make the case for building more wall along the border with Mexico. It's an issue that prompted a standoff with congressional Democrats in a partial government shutdown NPR's Asia Roscoe reports Trump's audience will include eight hundred thousand federal workers directly affected by the shutdown. Trump is pressuring congress to provide funding for what he now describes as a steel barrier. The president is expected to argue that the situation at the border is a crisis and that a physical barrier is necessary for national security. The White House is asking for five point seven billion dollars for new construction along a total of two hundred and thirty four miles democratic leaders, Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer will follow with the joint rebuttal so far Democrats have refused to back any funding for a while. Which? They argue would be ineffective at addressing problems at the border Aisha Rasco NPR news Washington, while the White House works to win over Americans on the border wall to of Trump's closest advisers are overseas trying to manage the fallout. From Trump's sudden announcement to withdraw US troops from Syria. So far Turkey a NATO? Ally is not happy with national security advisor. John Bolton's demand that Turkish forces refrained from attacking Kurdish fighters in Syria. Kurdish forces were helping the US fight ISIS. Meanwhile, Secretary of state Mike Pompeo is meeting with US allies in the Middle East. Iraq is discussing with Syria the goal of stepping up the fight against ISIS along its border NPR's. Jane Arraf has the latest from Baghdad. Iraqi prime minister Adalah Bill. Mattie says ISIS is a common threat along the almost four hundred mile long border between Iraq and Syria, senior Iraqi security officials recently in Damascus discussing the fight against ISIS after a possible pullout of US troops. Chiefs from Syria. Iraq already launches Aaron mortar strikes into Syria with the approval of the government. They're sending ground forces across the border would be another thing Abdul. Matty tells NPR that whether Iraq goes further into Syria depends on what ISIS does Iraqi forces with US help have pushed ISIS out of the cities here, but they're still fighting the group in the mountains and remote border areas. Jane Arraf NPR news, Baghdad a federal grand juries indicting. The Russian attorney who took part in the Trump Tower meeting at the center of special counsel, Robert Mueller's probe into Russian interference in the two thousand sixteen election and possible collusion with the Trump campaign Italian veselnitskaya is charged with obstruction of Justice in a separate money laundering case in New York before the close the Dow was up two hundred fifty six points more than one percent at twenty three thousand seven hundred eighty seven. This is NPR news from K Q weedy news on Paul land. For california. Governor Gavin Newsom has named Jared Blumenfeld a former Obama administration official to run the California Environmental Protection Agency. Paul Rogers environment writer for the Mercury News managing editor. For science says Blumenfeld is a longtime environmentalist his new job. He's going to basically be in charge of a lot of state policy on air pollution, water pollution, testifies toxic cleanup, things like that. And environmental groups really see him as a champion somebody who in the past has cracked down on polluters and made climate change a top priority. Blumenfeld ran the US EPA's western regional office in San Francisco and previously served as director of the city's department for the environment. State regulators have launched an investigation into an incident in Marin county over the weekend they caused about fifty thousand gallons of raw sewage to spill out of manholes in San Anselmo. This Bill took place amid Sunday's rainstorm that overwhelmed Ross valley. Sanitary district sewer improvement project. Steve Moore is that agencies general manager bypass system that was placed over the weekend was inadequate to convey the storm swollen sewer flows around the project site. So it was an avoidable. Spill had we had pumping hyphen capacity. So it's unacceptable to the sanitary district because of the risks to public health and the environment the sewage flowed into street drains district officials say they think it then went to the San Anselmo in quarter, Madera creek,.

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"aaron mortar" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"aaron mortar" Discussed on KCRW

"Problems the public schools in L A face that the strike is not addressing royale focused on the border and the wall, but for undocumented immigrants already here life has become one of fear, especially in the central valley. You have a corden of terror in this quite isolated valley. Netflix agreed not to Aaron episode from comedy show critical of Saudi Arabia's crown prince in Saudi Arabia. The incident revealing the compromises big tech companies make to expand into dictatorships and is the five second rule. Legit. We look at myths around food safety. That's all ahead in the next hour. First this news update. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Lakshmi Singh. President Trump is preparing to deliver his first primetime address to the nation from the Oval Office tonight. It's the ultimate bully pulpit from which to make the case for building more wall along the border with Mexico. It's an issue that prompted a standoff with congressional Democrats in a partial government shutdown NPR's Asia Roscoe reports Trump's audience will include eight hundred thousand federal workers directly affected by the shutdown. Trump is pressuring congress to provide funding for what he now describes as a steel barrier. The president is expected to argue that the situation at the border is a crisis and that a physical barrier is necessary for national security. The White House is asking for five point seven billion dollars for new construction along a total of two hundred and thirty four miles democratic leaders, Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer will follow with the joint rebuttal. So far Democrats have refused to back any funding for a wall, which they argue would be ineffective at addressing problems at the border Aisha Roscoe NPR news Washington, while the White House works to win over Americans on the border wall to of Trump's closest advisers are overseas trying to manage the fallout. From Trump's sudden announcement to withdraw US troops from Syria. So far Turkey a NATO? Ally is not happy with national security advisor. John Bolton's demand. The Turkish forces refrained from attacking Kurdish fighters in Syria. Kurdish forces were helping the US fight ISIS. Meanwhile, Secretary of state Mike Pompeo is meeting with US allies in the Middle East. Iraq is discussing with Syria the goal of stepping up the fight against ISIS along its border NPR's. Jane Arraf has the latest from Baghdad. Iraqi prime minister Adalah Bill. Mattie says ISIS is a common threat along the almost four hundred mile long border between Iraq and Syria, senior Iraqi security officials recently in Damascus discussing the. The fight against ISIS after a possible pullout of US troops from Syria. Iraq already launches Aaron mortar strikes into Syria with the approval of the government. They're sending ground forces across the border would be another thing Abdel. Matty tells NPR that whether Iraq goes further into Syria depends on what ISIS does Iraqi forces with US help have pushed ISIS out of the cities here, but they're still fighting the group in the mountains and remote border areas. Jane Arraf NPR news, Baghdad a federal grand juries indicting. The Russian attorney who took part in the Trump Tower meeting at the center of special counsel, Robert Mueller's probe into Russian interference in the two thousand sixteen election and possible collusion with the Trump campaign. The Talia only sky is charged with obstruction of Justice in a separate money laundering case in New York before the close the Dow was up two hundred fifty six points more than one percent at twenty three thousand seven hundred eighty seven this. This is NPR news. Afternoon. It's one o four. I'm Eric Roy with California headlines from KCRW, dozens of activists rallied outside the West Hollywood, home of prominent Democratic Party political donor Ed buck last night calling for his arrest that was after a man was found dead in bucks apartment for the second time in two years..

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