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Hepatitis A becomes health emergency in Florida

Dr. Daliah

05:54 min | 1 year ago

Hepatitis A becomes health emergency in Florida

"One thing that has definitely been making news is this site is a outbreak and you know it well it made a little bit of news last year and then and you don't hear much about it because that was all about the measles and mumps outbreak you know that really was expected to be able to talk about the mumps outbreak yet here we are Florida has declared a public health emergency over its ballooning hepatitis eight cases now I bring this up even though we're gonna be talking more about marijuana a little bit later in the show but appetite is eight could be spread hi poorer hygienic practices poor hygiene practices in fast food and restaurants also in homeless populations etcetera and so here we have Philadelphia has declared a public health emergency Philadelphia fairly is out of a hundred fifty four cases I wait to see the numbers coming in from from Florida but the numbers are staggering and I have a does a originally started in two thousand sixteen there was the I think the most recent outbreak started then they said it was over but cases can't kept on surfacing it started in southern California they believe it happened during in some of the homeless populations after bags were one theory is after plastic bags were banned in California the homeless people will be going through the garbage and using those bags to partake in and so they would just can't use a plastic bag whatever so without plastic bags there's not a lot of and there's not a lot of bathrooms and things like that the homeless people have easy access to there was a widespread spread we found out that in southern California they had to actually start passing out backs it's almost populations of those other things so Martin and Brevard counties in Florida Armonk seventeen better call critically impacted by the hepatitis a virus scored using today they're the main concern for Florida public health officials and the reason the state Surgeon General declared a public health emergency former Surgeon General doctor Scott Riske's said Friday he believes the declaration will make people take the matter more seriously the number of people diagnosed of Florida in Florida keeps increases of right now there's ten cases per hundred thousand people and the fifteen counties affected our citrus blades Hernando Hillsborough lake liberty manatee Merion okay chill the orange Pasco Pinellas county some for Taylor the list and right now just across their state they have two thousand hepatitis eight cases and we talked about hepatitis A. why would be a public health emergency well there's two reasons one is hepatitis A. affects the liver it's a virus that affects the liver can shut down the liver we don't see as many cases of death and cancer with hepatitis a like you would with PNC but still it could cause vomiting jaundice liver failure hepatitis a is nothing to play around with symptoms could be nausea vomiting diarrhea abdominal cramps yellowing of the skin because as the liver enzymes get killed and inflame the destroyed the break up and their liver enzymes you know it us to creep into the blood and then your liver supposed to be making vile vile helps break down food and fats well if your liver is not working then and the bile doesn't have a nice smooth path to do what it needs to do you start getting build up of those components and I use for getting this yellowish look to use so whatever your friend looks yellow in a look at the whites of their eyes look at the palms of their hands if they have a yellow glow they could have liver disease not necessarily hepatitis but liver disease so we don't mess around with that but what I hear of these public health emergencies right you can't get hepatitis a technically by kissing somebody or sitting next to them on a bus you will have to be exposed to their you know you have to be exposed to something they you know might have had on their hands for the bath and apologize but if you guys are eating breakfast reading lunch or dinner but these are things that you know we worry about with restaurants etcetera and and ratings and so what worries me is if there is a public health emergency is it because Hey people are watching their hands and it's just not enough V. people are unclean see we have some real have fast hero protocols in restaurants or D. we have homeless populations that are growing and not you know being treated contains taken care of and you know having access to healthy people that and getting them second sport in it that way not all the cases are an almost baby patients so when we start getting outbreaks of clusters we start having more brewing more ability for a virus to mutate and so I you know I agree with the state save okay without a clamp down you know we gotta start you know allocated funds and we need to start educating the public now I notice a lot of you guys don't watch chance you'll shake hands he won't wash hands you know glasses at a restaurant I went out to eat was great restaurant you know do I examine the glass to see if I see somebody else's lipstick on their no they don't do I check to see if the staff in the back or scratching you know some of the people most protected against these diseases are those of us who worked in a restaurant I hate to say that because you know we've seen a lot we see what people have done and I don't want to all of us become obsessive compulsive about you're not touching anything anybody else's touched we need to be exposed to other pathogens to gain our immunity but there's a lot of crappy things

Know the signs of heat stroke before it's too late

WCBS Programming

01:01 min | 1 year ago

Know the signs of heat stroke before it's too late

"Eight eighty weather like this can quickly lead to heat exhaustion which can progress to heat stroke another two types of heat exhaustion water depletion signs include excessive thirst weakness headache loss of consciousness salt depletion nausea vomiting muscle cramps and dizziness other signs of heat exhaustion or confusion dizziness fainting muscle or abdominal cramps pale skin profuse sweating rapid heart beat solution get out of the heat drink plenty of fluids especially sports drinks and avoid caffeine and alcohol and remove tight clothing wear light colored loose clothing take a shower bath or sponge bath just to cool down heat exhaustion as I said can lead to heat stroke and heat stroke much more serious we're talking about a throbbing headache dizziness lightheadedness lack of sweating despite the heat red hot dry skin rapid heartbeat rapid shallow breathing and your body temperature is soaring could go up to a hundred and four degrees and in that case call nine one one

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CDC posts E.coli warning on romaine lettuce

Gary Jeff Walker

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

CDC posts E.coli warning on romaine lettuce

"The warning from the centers for disease control. It's a warning that's posted nationwide because of possible e coli contamination number of E coli cases, nationwide linked to romaine lettuce has been growing nine of the cases have been here in LA county. Doctor Emmanuel mom, Janis an urgent care doctor. He says if you've eaten romaine recently, there are a few things you should watch out for main symptoms of of this type of infection would be severe abdominal cramping, a bloody diarrhea, nausea and vomiting. The CDC's telling anyone who has Romain lettuce to throw it out into

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"abdominal cramps" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"abdominal cramps" Discussed on KOMO

"Within a within a year, we see that. Most of the time actually corrections are actually higher than that within the course of the year. So I'm not too worried about that investors on Wall Street are concerned that the tremendous growth trend that began in twenty eleven is coming to an end, there are several factors contributing to that feeling, but the one of the greatest impact seems to be the ongoing trade war with China. If tariffs stay in place for a long period of time. Analysts say the slowdown could turn into something bigger a recession Kelly isn't feeling pessimistic yet. I don't think we're headed for recession. Because I think that the slow down the economy that we're seeing and the trouble in the market. I think that's going to stay the Fed's hand, I think it's also going to have an impact on the administration. I know this this trade war is a war of choice, not a war of necessity. And I think the administration will pull back from us. Neither side has shown a willingness to budge President Trump is meeting with China's leader at the upcoming g twenty meeting in Argentina. But we're not seeing any signs that a trade deal is close at hand. Michael. All right. Thanks Steve Kastenbaum reporting for I live nine minutes past the hour as we turn our attention to lettuce this morning. The CDC is sending out a warning to all of us that are romaine lettuce may be contaminated with E coli. It is not safe to eat more from Andy rose a warning to all Americans from the centers for disease control Romain lettuce. And that means any kind of it. He's not safe to eat right now. At least thirty two people in eleven states have been infected with e coli linked to romaine lettuce. And at least thirteen of those infected have been hospitalized. One person is even developed a potentially life-threatening form of kidney failure, what's even more alarming? The CDC doesn't know what specific brand is associated with the outbreak. Which is why they're urging anyone who has Romain lettuce in their home to toss it, even if you've already eaten some and didn't get sick restaurants and stores are urged not to serve or sell it signs of E coli usually begin to show up three to four days after infection symptoms can include watery or bloody diarrhea fever. Abdominal cramps nausea and vomiting, but the particular strain in this outbreak tends to be more aggressive causing more severe illness. If you feel like you've been infected take action immediately talk to your doctor write down what you ate before you got sick and sanitize any drawers and shelves in your fridge where the lettuce was stored. Alright correspondent Andy rose reporting put your thinking cap on now and find.

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"abdominal cramps" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"abdominal cramps" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Pull back from this. Neither side has shown a willingness to budge President Trump is meeting with China's leader at the upcoming g twenty meeting in Argentina. But we're not seeing any signs that a trade deal is close at hand. Michael. All right. Thanks Steve Kastenbaum reporting for I live nine minutes past the hour as we turn our attention to lettuce this morning. The CDC is sending out a warning to all of us that are romaine lettuce may be contaminated with E coli. It is not safe to eat more from Andy rose a warning to all Americans from the centers for disease control Romain lettuce. And that means any kind of it is not safe to eat right now at least thirty two people in eleven states have been infected with e coli linked to romaine lettuce. And at least thirteen of those infected have been hospitalized. One person is even developed a potentially life-threatening form of kidney failure, what's even more alarming? The CDC doesn't know what specific brand is associated with the outbreak. Which is why they're urging anyone who has Romain lettuce in their home to toss it, even if you've already eaten some and didn't get sick restaurants and stores are urged not to serve or sell it signs of E coli usually begin to show up three to four days after infection symptoms can include watery or bloody diarrhea fever. Abdominal cramps nausea and vomiting, but the particular strain in this outbreak tends to be more aggressive causing more severe illness. If you feel like you've been infected take action immediately talk to your doctor write down what you ate before you got sick and sanitize any drawers and shelves in your fridge where the lettuce was stored. Alright correspondent Andy rose reporting put your thinking cap on now and find something else to do with those big croutons federal half past the hour now and coming up the weather ahead as we hit the roads and the skies for thanksgiving that and more still to come on first light. If you're eighty five.

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"abdominal cramps" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"abdominal cramps" Discussed on KOMO

"Corrections are actually higher than that within the course of the year. So I'm not too worried about that investors on Wall Street are concerned that the tremendous growth trend that began in twenty eleven is coming to an end, there are several factors contributing to that feeling, but the one of the greatest impact seems to be the ongoing trade war with China. If tariffs stay in place for a long period of time. Analysts say the slowdown could turn into something bigger a recession. Kelly isn't feeling pessimistic yet. I don't think we're headed for the session because I think that this odiaum the economy that we're seeing and the trouble in the market. I think that's gonna stay the Fed's hand, I think it's also going to have an impact in the administration. This this trade war is war of choice. Not a war of necessity. And I think the administration will pull back from us. Neither side is shown a willingness to budge President Trump is meeting with China's leader at the upcoming g twenty meeting in Argentina. But we're not seeing any signs that trade deal is close at hand. Michael. All right. Thanks Steve Kastenbaum reporting for I live nine minutes past the hour. As return our attention to lettuce this morning. The CDC is sending out a warning to all of us that are romaine lettuce may be contaminated with E coli. It is not safe to eat more from Andy rose a warning to all Americans from the centers for disease control Romain lettuce. And that means any kind of it. He's not safe to eat right now. At least thirty two people in eleven states have been infected with e coli linked to romaine lettuce. And at least thirteen of those infected have been hospitalized. One person is even developed a potentially life-threatening form of kidney failure, what's even more alarming? The CDC doesn't know what specific brand is associated with the outbreak. Which is why they're urging anyone who has Romain lettuce in their home to toss it even if you've already eaten some and didn't get sick restaurants in stores are urged not to serve or sell it signs of E coli usually begin to show up three to four days after infection symptoms can include watery or bloody diarrhea fever. Abdominal cramps nausea and vomiting, but the particular strain in this outbreak tends to be more aggressive causing more severe illness. If you feel like you've been infected take action immediately talk to your doctor write down what you ate before you got sick and sanitize any drawers and shelves in your fridge where the lettuce was stored. Alright correspondent Andy rose reporting put your thinking cap on now and find something.

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Jennie-O recalls nearly 92,000 lbs of raw ground turkey amid salmonella outbreak

Generation Bold

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

Jennie-O recalls nearly 92,000 lbs of raw ground turkey amid salmonella outbreak

"Turkey is recalling more than ninety one thousand pounds of raw Turkey in an ongoing salmonella outbreak so far. This outbreak has resulted in one death in one hundred and sixty four illnesses in thirty five states. The products being recalled include one pound packages of raw ground Turkey that were sold nationwide and had a used by date of October first or second Dr Colin Basler is with the CDC he explained some of the symptoms. You might see from salmonella poisoning. Most people get sick between twelve and seventy two hours after coming into contact with salmonella bacteria on most people will get diarrhea. Abdominal cramps and a fever. Dr Basler also says we really wanted to make sure that people are washing their hands after handling raw Turkey making sure that people are cooking Turkey to an internal temperature one hundred and sixty five degrees. If you cook a Turkey to the internal temperature of one hundred and sixty five degrees, this strain of salmonella should die. You're

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Cargill recalls 25,000 lbs of possibly contaminated beef

This Weekend with Gordon Deal

00:24 sec | 2 years ago

Cargill recalls 25,000 lbs of possibly contaminated beef

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"abdominal cramps" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"abdominal cramps" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Been an emotional weekend in Ireland for pope Francis who met with victims of church sex abuse one victim says. The pope listened with respect and compassion and was shocked by what he heard other, victims have complained that pope Francis has an adequately addressed the Vatican's cover up of the sex abuse scandal President Trump. Is stepping up his attacks on his, attorney, general in a, weekend tweet the president complained that the. Department of Justice led by Jeff Sessions hasn't done a good job investigating, Hillary Clinton's emails he also tweeted remarks from Senate Republican Lindsey Graham who, said every president should have an attorney general they have. Confidence in a handful of Capitol Hill Republicans tell Fox News the timing of sessions potential. Departure, could be. After the midterms and Lindsey Graham insisting the bad blood isn't about the. Russia probe, it's about the relationship between the president and his AG that's gone south in recent months FOX's Jillian Turner the attorney. General maintains he Has focused on the, president's agenda possible e. coli contamination is the culprit behind a ground. Beef recall more than twenty five thousand pounds of ground beef is being recalled by Cargill meat solutions the meat. Was shipped to warehouses in California and Colorado labeled XL 93.7 fine ground beef it, was produced August sixteenth with an expiration date of September fifth there have been no reports of illness due to eating. The meat a coli can cause dehydration, diarrhea, and abdominal cramps, it also can cause a life threatening. Form of kidney failure and young children and the elderly and Carrick Fox, News a series of earthquakes rattling western Iran state media says that one, person was killed dozens of others were hurt the strongest..

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"abdominal cramps" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"abdominal cramps" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Your trust and coming. Here thank you for your trust and getting into that plane. Traveling two thousand miles, to be here. For the treatment and thank you for an. Excellent result and good news and getting back, to normal this is what we appreciate it. Obviously the sweetest part of our day is to bring, good news to our patients and we like to bring lots of good news to, our patients this is what we do Do every day here at. Radio surgery in New York and they wanna talk about a seventy one year old woman with colon. Cancer stage four colon cancer she has a daughter has a. Boyfriend had colon cancer about nine years ago was found by calling. Us copy head workup of one, of the big hospitals in the five boroughs shed surgery and then she had chemotherapy and did well for about eight nine years and had. Abdominal cramps has past summer and had colonoscopy endoscopy because she saw the gastroenterologist they did what they do. Here's an example they do what. They do it everything was normal they did. Call daas could be shed pain those tests were normal but eventually she got a pet scan and it showed, metastatic cancer the abdomen liver lung cancer markers went up what are the cancer markers. In this woman well the CA. Which, is most commonly elevated and colon cancer was elevated thirty six normal is about, three nine thousand nine hundred ninety normally it's about thirty five so. She wants treatment why because She can't stand chemo she tried came on, just intolerate it we treated her and she is doing well and that's the, beauty of stereotype radio. Who had surgery the cancer came back shed chemo just register with her and I was on our treatment most likely with success this is what we do every day here at thirteen eighty..

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"abdominal cramps" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"abdominal cramps" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Company of course is now giving its customers across the country a reason to. Head somewhere else entirely a parasite founded the change salads at restaurants in, the mid west has sickened so far on a hundred and sixty three people last week it. Was reported that McDonalds at yanked salad offerings from three thousand outposts in, fourteen states and how about this rich crackers that's right the. Rich crackers, is calling recalling some of its products because of salmonella concerns they announced. A volunteer recall for. Products with way powder as an ingredient which they say the way powder supplier has recalled due to the potential presence of cell Manella salmonella is a micro organ Isn't that cast can cause serious. And sometimes fatal, infections. It young, children frail, or elderly people and, others with, weakened immune system Ritz crackers most of them are the cheese type crackers by the way our food safety coach Jeff. Nelken with us Jeff what's happening, with all these food sources well you know it's interesting on the way situation you. Know that you mentioned because you know they used to be like a leftover product and they could never figure out what to do with it now all of a sudden you. Know it's considered one of the you know high protein ingredients that you see being sold for anywhere from ten to fifty? Dollars with. A bucket so you can see how they turned around something that they were. Throwing away and now it's become the hot protein item and McDonald's has, real serious public relations issue don't they sure yeah and again you know a lot of this you know with the parasites Has goes back to contaminated water so it's gonna. Require more testing and more oversight because you. Know they're buying, from a lot of, local suppliers and they're, going, to have to pay more attention to. You, know testing, the water more frequently and Jeff, Kellogg company has announced a. Voluntary recall of, its packages of Kellogg's Honey smacks cereal because of the presence of salmonella as well too I mean this. Is, disturbing it's happening all, over the country right and what they're, saying is, anything that's been produced in the last twelve months they want to include in that recall so if. Anybody has you know sugar smacks of the house I would recommend they not. You don't consume any of it until they, you know communicates with people that they purchased. From just to. Make. Sure and, again you know the like you, mentioned you, know we're taught Talking about, diarrhoea fever abdominal cramps so if you have any of those kind of symptoms you certainly want to. Get get a hold of your physician Jeff Nelson's website foodsafety coach, dot com where he posts some of the latest recalls well here's a study the Snapchat generation doesn't, seem to, love the outdoors at least not as much as doing other things the average child between six and sixteen years, old spends only an hour a day outside playing video games. Over twice, as long according. To the new study over the, weekend. A small sunspot ended a twenty four days streak of blank sons what it was only lasting about a day because..

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"abdominal cramps" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"abdominal cramps" Discussed on WTVN

"Now giving its customers across the country a reason to head somewhere else entirely a parasite founded the change salads had? Restaurants in. The mid west has sickened so far a hundred and sixty three people last. Week it was reported that McDonald's yanked salad offerings from three thousand, outposts in fourteen states and how about this rich crackers that's right the rich crackers is calling recalling some of its products because of salmonella concerns they. Announced volunteer recall for. Products with way powder as an ingredient which they say the white powder supplier has recalled due to the potential presence of salmonella salmonella is a micro or Organism that, can cause serious and times sometimes fatal infections. It young children, frail. Or elderly, people and, others with weakened immune system Ritz crackers most of them are the cheese type crackers by the way our food safety coach. Jeff Nelken with us Jeff what's, happening with all these food sources well you know it's interesting on the way situation. You know that you mentioned because they used to be like a. Leftover product and they could never figure out what to do with it now all of a sudden you. Know it's considered one of the you know high protein ingredients that you see being sold for anywhere from ten to? Fifty dollars. A little a bucket so you can see how they turned around something that. They were throwing away and now it's become the hot protein item, and McDonald's has real serious public relations issue don't they sure yeah and again you know a lot of this parasite Has goes back to contaminated water so it's gonna require more testing and you know more oversight because you. Know they're buying from a lot of local suppliers and they're going to have. To pay more attention to you know testing, the water more frequently and Jeff Kellogg company. Has announced a. Voluntary. Recall of, its packages of Kellogg's Honey smacks cereal Because of the presence a cell Bonilla as well too I mean this is disturbing it's happening all. Over the, country right and, and what they're, saying is, anything that's been produced in the last. Twelve months they want to include him at recall so, if anybody has you know sugar smacks of the house I. Would, recommend they, not you don't consume any of it until they communicate with people that they purchased it from just to. Make sure and again you know the like you, mentioned you know we're talking about diarrhoea fever abdominal cramps so if you have any of those kind of symptoms you certainly want, to get, get hold of your physician Jeff now kids.

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"abdominal cramps" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"abdominal cramps" Discussed on 710 WOR

"And in him it's already happened so thank you for your trust thank you for your trust and coming here thank you for your trust and getting into that plane traveling two thousand miles to be here for the treatment and thank you for an excellent result and good news and getting back to normal this is what we appreciate it and obviously the sweetest part of our day is to bring good news to our patients and we like to bring lots of good news to our patients this is what we do every day here at radio surgery new york and they wanna talk about seventy one year old woman with colon cancer stage for colon cancer she has a daughter she's a boyfriend had colon cancer about nine years ago was found by colonoscopy head workup of one of the big hospitals in the five boroughs shed surgery and then she had chemotherapy ended well for about eight nine years and had abdominal cramps this past summer and had colonoscopy and endoscopy because she saw the gastroenterologist they did what they do here's an example they do what they do and everything was normal that had called ask appeared and she had pain those tests were normal but eventually she got a pet scan and it showed metastatic cancer the abdomen liver lung her cancer markers went up what are the cancer markers in this woman well the ca which is most commonly elevated colon cancer was elevated thirty six normals about three nine thousand nine hundred ninety normally it's about thirty five so she wants treatment why because she can't stand chemo she tried came on just an it we treated her and she is doing well and that's the beauty of stereotype radio started is open had surgery the cancer came back shed chemo just register with her and i always on our treatment most likely with success this is what we do every day here at thirteen eighty four proud way broadway and thirtieth street before we.

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"abdominal cramps" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"abdominal cramps" Discussed on 710 WOR

"In him it's already happened so thank you for your trust thank you for your trust and coming here thank you for your trust and getting into that plane traveling ten thousand miles to be here for the treatment and thank you for an excellent result and good news and getting back to normal this is what we appreciate it and obviously the sweetest part of our day is to bring good news to our patients and we like to bring lots of good news to our patients this is what we do every day here at radio surgery in new york and they wanna talk about a seventy one year old woman with colon cancer stage for colon cancer she has a daughter has a boyfriend had colon cancer about nine years ago is found by colonoscopy up of one of the big hospitals in the five boroughs shed surgery and then she had chemotherapy ended well for about eight nine years and had abdominal cramps has past summer and had colonoscopy and endoscopy because she saw the gastroenterologist they did what they do here's an example they do what they do and everything was normal that had called escapade and ask could be shed pain those tests were normal but eventually she got a pet scan and it showed metastatic cancer the abdomen liver lung cancer markers went up what are the cancer markers in this woman well the ca which is most commonly elevated in colon cancer was elevated thirty six normals about three nine thousand nine hundred ninety normally it's about thirty five so she wants treatment why because she can't stand chemo she tried came on just an tolerated we treated her and she is doing well and that's the beauty of stereotype radio had surgery the cancer came back she had chemo just register with her and now is on our treatment most likely with success.

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"abdominal cramps" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"abdominal cramps" Discussed on 710 WOR

"And in him it's already happened so thank you for your trust thank you for your trust and coming here thank you for your trust and getting into that plane traveling two thousand miles to be here for the treatment and thank you for an excellent result and good news and getting back to normal this is what we appreciate it and obviously the sweetest part of our day is to bring good news to our patients and we like to bring lots of good news to our patients this is what we do every day here at radio surgery new york and they wanna talk about a seventy one year old woman with colon cancer stage four colon cancer she has a daughter because a boyfriend had colon cancer about nine years ago was found by colonoscopy head workup one of the big hospitals in the five boroughs shed surgery and then she had chemotherapy and did well for about eight nine years and had abdominal cramps has past summer and had colonoscopy and endoscopy because she saw the gastroenterologist they did what they do here's an example they do what they do and everything was normal did call and she had pain those tests were normal but eventually she got a pet scan and it showed metastatic cancer the abdomen liver lung cancer markers went up what are the cancer markers in this woman well the ca which is most commonly elevated and colon cancer was elevated thirty six normals about three nine thousand nine hundred ninety normally it's about thirty five so she wants treatment why because she can't stand chemo she tried came on just an intolerate we treated her and she is doing well and that's the beauty of stereotype radio certainly have had surgery the cancer came back she had chemo just register with her and i was on our treatment most likely with success.

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"abdominal cramps" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"abdominal cramps" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Speak up and early morning gunfight leaving one man dead detroit police say a forty year old man carrying a rifle shot by another man just after midnight on muir land street that's near the lodge freeway in dexter it's unclear why the victim was going to the house with a rifle saying goodbye to a river rouge police chief the funeral for deborah hays price took place this morning at river rouge high school hayes price died unexpectedly last week while on vacation in atlanta she joined the department as a patrol officer in nineteen ninety and became chief three years ago go according to published reports she died of natural causes possibly stemming from a medical issue she was sixty six years old wwe j news time four zero six a bipartisan group of us mayors calling for action to stem gun violence the mayors including flint mayor karen weaver say that cities must lead the way in pushing for stronger gun policies have been a lot of law enforcement people that are here as well l to talk about those kinds of issues and so it's been a great thing tank for what do we need to put in place in what do we need to demand happens as far as keeping our young people safe so that's what we're looking at there's a bit coalition of mayors against guns and and and you know promoting gun safety speaking live on w w j this morning from the mayors conference in boston weaver also said the mayors are talking about improving infrastructure and increasing job training opportunities and investigation moving rapidly following an outbreak of seminary in five midwest states including michigan sixty cases have been reported across michigan ohio indiana illinois and missouri thirty two in michigan alone the culprit pre cut mellon person that are infected with manila developed things like diarrhoea fever abdominal cramps within twelve to seventy two hours after being exposed to.

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"abdominal cramps" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"abdominal cramps" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Of rebound and kinda recover and gain some confidence and not let the weather affect him as we move forward not let a walk affect him not let everything in the world affect him as he moves forward i still got faith in yu darvish i've got faith in the fact theo jet looked at this guy and said all right this is the guy we want five years at a decent contract the one that jake wouldn't take the one that jake would not have played for jake would not be here in chicago playing for that three year deal that he's one they offered the one he wants to do with that you know that probably you and i both know that you wouldn't be here so once they decided to take their tax and approach they being jed and theo jake was gone and that's the way it went and they got you darvish here now i'm gonna try to ignore everything jake does ideal you can't after he was chased out of town chase that atoll by all the sports talkers and all the talking heads in this town they chase them out it's out his pitcher velocities blah blah blah all the block sydney are putting everything you're being fed by feeling jed and what's the guy do not fill out he's a monster it created a monster with a bushy beard this is back all you the idiots velocities moron i don't know that you have to call chase them out it's our more y'all be ashamed of yourselves you better hope he never struggles and all you fools on twitter with the dummies idiots go to play sobhi said struggled he's giving up six runs this year so you say louis cardinal point is he has trump now but you know what i mean i mean darvish darvish struggle that and i don't think jake's afraid of his own shadow i don't think he gets up in the morning walks out to see the grass it looks at shadow and runs back inside because he's afraid of it like you darvish yeah i don't think he's afraid of his shadow either that's for jake stays hydrated and doesn't cramp up who he will get lower abdominal cramps so we won't j pitches better with his triceps hurts yes remember that chase them.

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"abdominal cramps" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"abdominal cramps" Discussed on 710 WOR

"And in him it's already happened so thank you for your trust thank you for your trust and coming here thank you for your trust and getting into that plane traveling two thousand miles to be here for the treatment and thank you for an excellent result and good news and getting back to normal this is what we appreciate it and obviously the sweetest part of our day is to bring good news to our patients and we like to bring lots of good news to our patients this is what we do every day here at radio surgery in new york and they wanna talk about seventy one year old woman with colon cancer stage four colon cancer she has a daughter has a boyfriend had colon cancer about nine years ago is found by colonoscopy workup of one of the big hospitals in the five boroughs shed surgery and then she had chemotherapy ended well for about eight nine years and had abdominal cramps has past summer and had colonoscopy and endoscopy because she saw the gastroenterologist they did what they do here's an example they do what they do and everything was normal they did call escapade endoscopy she had pain those tests were normal but eventually she got a pet scan and it showed metastatic cancer the abdomen liver lung cancer markers went up what are the cancer markers in this woman well the ca which is most commonly elevated colon cancer was elevated thirty six normals about three nine thousand nine one hundred ninety normally it's about thirty five so she wants treatment why because she can't stand chemo she tried came on just an intolerate it we treated her and she is doing well and that's the beauty of stereotype radio had surgery the cancer came back shed chemo just register with her and i was on our treatment most likely with success this.

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"abdominal cramps" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"abdominal cramps" Discussed on 710 WOR

"And in him it's already happened so thank you for your trust thank you for your trust and coming here thank you for your trust and getting into that plane traveling thousand miles to be here for the treatment and thank you for an excellent result and good news and getting back to normal this is what we appreciate it and obviously the sweetest part of our day is to bring good news to our patients and we like to bring lots of good news to our patients this is what we do every day here at radio surgery in new york and they wanna talk about a seventy one year old woman with colon cancer stage four colon cancer she has a daughter has a boyfriend had colon cancer about nine years ago is found by colonoscopy head workup of one of the big hospitals in the five boroughs shed surgery and then she had chemotherapy ended well for about eight nine years and had abdominal cramps has past summer and had colonoscopy and endoscopy because she saw the gastroenterologist they did what they do here's an example they do what they do and everything was normal that call ask kapit and she had pain those tests were normal but eventually she got a pet scan and it showed metastatic cancer the abdomen liver lung cancer markers went up what are the cancer markers in this woman well the ca which is most commonly elevated and colon cancer was elevated thirty six normals about three nine thousand nine hundred ninety normally it's about thirty five so she wants treatment why because she can't stand chemo she tried came on just to the intolerate it we treated her and she is doing well and that's the beauty of stereotype radio had surgery the cancer came back shed chemo just register with her and now is on our treatment most likely with success this is what we do every day here at thirteen eighty four broadway broadway.

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"abdominal cramps" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"abdominal cramps" Discussed on 710 WOR

"In him it's already happened so thank you for your trust thank you for your trust and coming here thank you for your trust and getting into that plane traveling ten thousand miles to be here for the treatment and thank you for an excellent result and good news and getting back to normal this is what we appreciate it and obviously the sweetest part of our day is to bring good news to our patients and we like to bring lots of good news to our patients this is what we do every day here at radio surgery new york and they wanna talk about a seventy one year old woman with colon cancer stage four colon cancer she has a daughter has a boyfriend she had colon cancer about nine years ago is found by colonoscopy workup of one of the big hospitals in the five boroughs shed surgery and then she had chemotherapy and did well for about eight nine years and had abdominal cramps has past summer and had colonoscopy and endoscopy because she saw the gastroenterologist they did what they do here's an example they do what they do and everything was normal that had called last competed and she had pain those tests were normal but eventually she got a pet scan and it showed metastatic cancer the abdomen liver lung her cancer markers went up what are the cancer markers in this woman which is most commonly elevated and colon cancer was elevated thirty six normals about three nine thousand nine hundred ninety normally it's about thirty five so she wants treatment why because she can't stand chemo she tried came on just an tolerated we treated her and she is doing well and that's the beauty of stereotype radio had surgery the cancer came back shed chemo just register with her and i is on our treatment most likely with success this is.

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"abdominal cramps" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"abdominal cramps" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"A nation wants to to be associated with the mass murder of innocent men women and children the president says he still holds out hope that the us will get along with russia and iran someday but maybe not steven portnoy cbs news washington president trump's personal attorney had his own lawyers busy friday in a new york courtroom they attended to stop the justice department from examining files and other items were seized from michael collins home and offices on monday wcbs is rich land signing lawyer client privilege separate teams of attorneys hired by president trump and his longtime lawyer michael cohen work to block access to documents seized an fbi raids on monday on cohen's office and home cones lawyers want to decide which documents federal prosecutors may use in a criminal case prosecutors say cullen is suspected of fraud unrelated to his work as an attorney federal health officials think they found the source of an e coli outbreak that has spread to eleven states lettuce grown in in arizona alison keys reports the cdc is advising all restaurants and retailers checklist suppliers and telling them not to sell or serve romain lettuce grown in yuma arizona new jersey's health commissioner is warning that anyone who has symptoms of e coli infection should see a healthcare provider that includes anything from diarrhea abdominal cramps nausea vomiting me lewis foreman has done he was the czech born movie director responsible for such oscar winners is on adidas and one flew over the cuckoo's nest nine television said other notable work included the rock musical hair the film ragtime and the people vs larry flint orman died yesterday following a short illness she was.

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"abdominal cramps" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"abdominal cramps" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"For a couple of weeks and you may not even needed after that okay thank you okay take care scott the in utah anybody else have any experience with melatonin does it work i took one today in seemed to what great other side effects i looked up his a website who knows this oh no it's the mayo clinic website so that counts the mayo clinic his melatonin a use a helplessly paid on should i know about the side effects that kind of upbeat on they say that it might be good for sleep disorders such as delayed sleep vase whenever that is generally safe shortterm use unlike with many medications melatonin is not likely to make your dependent and is not likely to diminish its effectiveness overtime common melatonin side effects include headache disney nece nausea drowziness well okay other less common side effects might include depression yeah i don't want no stinking depression mild tremor greely now you're talking that's the bummer mild anxiety don't need that exile abdominal cramps really irritability reduced alertness confusion and disorientation abnormally low blood pressure because melatonin can cause daytime drowsiness don't.

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