35 Burst results for "Allergic"

Allergy Season (MM #4018)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Allergy Season (MM #4018)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. Spring is here, allergy season is upon us, and if you're a severe allergy sufferer like I am, you really don't know the difference. Living in Nashville, we had a mild winter, so therefore I still have my allergies. Now, over the last couple of years, I talked about my journey of getting the allergy shots. So finally going through the process and finding out it really didn't help me any. I've never known when allergy season was to be honest with you. But according to a recent news study, by centuries and allergy sufferers will suffer another 60 days longer because of climate change because the temperatures are going up, that means two more months of sneezing, running noses, hives, itchy eyes, stuff I have year round. Everybody's allergy experience is different. All depends on what you're allergic to. In theory, during the winter months when we get the freeze, a lot of the allergens go away. They kind of die, but come roaring back. With climate change, they're going to get worse. At least that's the story. The good news, I guess. I won't be around by the end of the century. I can't imagine worrying about another 80 years

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Allergy Season (MM #4018)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Allergy Season (MM #4018)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. Spring is here, allergy season is upon us, and if you're a severe allergy sufferer like I am, you really don't know the difference. Living in Nashville, we had a mild winter, so therefore I still have my allergies. Now, over the last couple of years, I talked about my journey of getting the allergy shots. So finally going through the process and finding out it really didn't help me any. I've never known when allergy season was to be honest with you. But according to a recent news study, by centuries and allergy sufferers will suffer another 60 days longer because of climate change because the temperatures are going up, that means two more months of sneezing, running noses, hives, itchy eyes, stuff I have year round. Everybody's allergy experience is different. All depends on what you're allergic to. In theory, during the winter months when we get the freeze, a lot of the allergens go away. They kind of die, but come roaring back. With climate change, they're going to get worse. At least that's the story. The good news, I guess. I won't be around by the end of the century. I can't imagine worrying about another 80 years

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Allergy Season (MM #4018)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Allergy Season (MM #4018)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. Spring is here, allergy season is upon us, and if you're a severe allergy sufferer like I am, you really don't know the difference. Living in Nashville, we had a mild winter, so therefore I still have my allergies. Now, over the last couple of years, I talked about my journey of getting the allergy shots. So finally going through the process and finding out it really didn't help me any. I've never known when allergy season was to be honest with you. But according to a recent news study, by centuries and allergy sufferers will suffer another 60 days longer because of climate change because the temperatures are going up, that means two more months of sneezing, running noses, hives, itchy eyes, stuff I have year round. Everybody's allergy experience is different. All depends on what you're allergic to. In theory, during the winter months when we get the freeze, a lot of the allergens go away. They kind of die, but come roaring back. With climate change, they're going to get worse. At least that's the story. The good news, I guess. I won't be around by the end of the century. I can't imagine worrying about another 80 years

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Sen. Rand Paul Introduces Amendment to Eliminate Dr. Fauci's Job

Mark Levin

01:15 min | 2 months ago

Sen. Rand Paul Introduces Amendment to Eliminate Dr. Fauci's Job

"Senator Rand Paul the hearing today introduced an amendment to eliminate Fauci's job You can't do that Well will they do Certainly can't practice medicine Cut 16 go The one thing that's remained the same over all this time is Doctor Fauci at the head of the most powerful institute at NIH The emails that have been revealed show him to be a petty partisan politician who's not above taking down a scientific enemies not above having an enemies list This is someone who really seriously needs to be separated from government My amendment will make sure that no one person can hold that job for generations with no accountability It divides the NIAID into three different Institutes One for allergic diseases one for infectious diseases and one for immunologic diseases This aligns with their current mission to better understand treat and ultimately prevent these types of diseases The directors of the three new Institutes will be appointed by the president confirmed by the Senate and serve for 5 year terms but they can be reappointed This will provide the accountability that sort of lacking at the NIH today I think that's a great idea What's wrong with

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What Makes Crypto So Compelling? Collin Plume Explains

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:36 min | 3 months ago

What Makes Crypto So Compelling? Collin Plume Explains

"What makes crypto so compelling for a gold guy? Well, I think it's the decentralized aspect of it that it doesn't have to go through any banks. It's not controlled by the fed. It's not controlled. It's the market dictates the price. So obviously there's wild fluctuations. There's a lot of volatility in crypto. But you know that that volatility is based on supply and demand of what's happening. People are buying and selling out there. So I think that's the first side of it. Second side is just creating a system of utility in the world. A lot of cryptocurrencies, their mission is to make our lives better. And so many different ways. From healthcare. I mean, the ability to have all of our data and my fathers of veteran. And so when he goes to the VA, they have his data from when he was, you know, he's 76 now. They have his data. When he served, when he was 18 years old. And so they can pull all that up, right? Which is so convenient. Most people like us, you go to 7 different doctors. Oh, where's your oh, you broke your leg? How do I get that? How do I get that extra? You can't get that data. So the VA has that system. The blockchain is creating that system. So your doctor, whatever doctor you go to, let's say you got some mercy or in a car accident, you fly in and they don't know that you're allergic to penicillin. And something happens, which happens all the time. These kind of mistakes. So that data would be at the fingertips because of what they can build on the blockchain. So that utility is something that I don't think anyone can disagree with. And also would make our lives better and easier.

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The Heritage Foundation's Mark Morgan Reacts to Biden's Vaccine Policies

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:51 min | 4 months ago

The Heritage Foundation's Mark Morgan Reacts to Biden's Vaccine Policies

"Cause. We're back with heritage senior distinguished fellow. You can join heritage with heritage, Mark Morgan, former commissioner for the Trump administration for CBP. He served in the military. He's served in the FBI. He has, well, he is, 'cause marines never really retire. There is no such thing as an ex marine. So gonna get your response Mark. This is Oliver North another great marine who had something to say about people in the military being punished because I guess their body isn't their body anymore. Cut 11. Well, if you start discharging people that we need in the service, right now, the army is paying the maximum premium that they can to recruit people into the United States Army. This is not the time to be throwing people out of the army just because they would not take this vaccine. I don't see how that improves readiness whatsoever. And Congress had to stand up and say, you can't do it. We reported last week air force officer officially reprimanded on her record by her commander because despite being allergic to the vaccine, she she's not allowed to say I can't take it. So as a former marine as somebody who has served this nation for decades, your reaction to these policies from the Biden administration. Yeah, I tell you what. I'm right with former lieutenant Carl Oliver North. I think he's right on this. I think it does not enhance our readiness. I think it erodes the readiness. And I got to tell you, I know these individuals. Some of these have dedicated ten, 15 years of their life, all of us in faithful service to this country. They sacrifice a lot. Their families have sacrificed a lot. And this, at the end of the day, some of them have served in a war zone, have sacrificed so much and this is what they utilize to kick them out of the military. It's nonsensical. It's talk about unpatriotic.

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Early treatment could tame peanut allergies in small kids

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 4 months ago

Early treatment could tame peanut allergies in small kids

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Professor Victor Davis Hanson Breaks Down the 'Buffoonish Riot' of January 6

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:06 min | 5 months ago

Professor Victor Davis Hanson Breaks Down the 'Buffoonish Riot' of January 6

"Professor Hansen, welcome to America first. Thank you for having me. So let me just, I noted some of the words from that brand new video that has been posted on the Internet president Trump affected a coup an insurrection his supporters are traitors and brandishing AR-15s who are afraid of democracy, president Trump is demented. Just your reactions to those adjectives alone. Well, I criticize it as sort of a buffoonish riot, but insurrection and conspiracy are precise words. So let's just break them down. The FBI ran an investigation. They found no conspiracy. You can't have an insurrection unless people are armed. There were nobody that entered the capitol that it possessed or used a firearm. And we had headlines at 5 people died in an officer had been murdered. The officer Brian sicknick died of natural cause. We didn't find out for days. Because the media alleged that he had been bashed in the head by a Trump supporter or had suffered an allergic reaction due to bear spray by a Trump supporter. So what we were left with of that commercial was a 105 pound 14 year old 14 year military veteran ashleigh babbitt who was lethally shot for the crime of entering a window in the capitol breaking and entering either a low level felony or a misdemeanor. And we didn't get any information about the officer who shot her. So the whole narrative is broken down, but I like clarity. I like transparency. So I think the best thing that should do is have an independent commission. And let's get everything out. Let's get all of the videos. Let's get all of the communications about law enforcement between Democrats, Republicans, capitol police, administrators, everything. Get it out in a nonpartisan, not a congressional asymmetrical investigation, but an independent sort of Warren commission. Let's find out. And let's see if anybody was FBI informant. Maybe there were wearing. They were not. I don't

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Update on the latest sports

AP News Radio

00:59 min | 7 months ago

Update on the latest sports

"AP sports I'm guessing Kaulbach Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers says he sought alternative treatments instead of the NFL endorsed covert nineteen vaccinations Rogers told SiriusXM's Pat McAfee show Friday that he opted against the two main FDA approved shots because he is allergic to an unspecified ingredient the reigning NFL MVP learned he had tested positive for Colbert nineteen on Wednesday and will be away from the team for ten days including missing Sunday's game at Kansas city the Browns are cutting ties with former all pro wide receiver Odell Beckham junior Cleveland announced Friday it planned to grant the disgruntled twenty nine year old former first round pick his release after a tumultuous two and a half seasons dusty Baker is returning to manage the Astros for a third season after agreeing to a one year contract the seventy two year old Baker became the first manager in major league history to lead five different teams to the postseason as Houston fell to the Atlanta Braves in six games in this year's World Series yes in Coolbaugh AP sports

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'We Are Now Worse Off Than Before the Experimental Shots'

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:18 min | 8 months ago

'We Are Now Worse Off Than Before the Experimental Shots'

"Daniel Horowitz for the blaze dot com says the data is in. And we are now worse off than before the experimental shots. Now this is a thought crime. In October of 2018, the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg school of public health published a report that if one did not know better, Mike make readers think the authors were involved in gain of function research that likely created the Fauci virus. The report was titled quote technologies to address global catastrophic biological risks. Risks. It offers novel social control and mRNA vaccination ideas to deal with emerging pandemics. Whether naturally emerging or reemerging deliberately created a released or laboratory engineered and escaped, that could lead to sudden extraordinary widespread disaster beyond the collective capability of national international organizations and the private sector control. One of the many bone chilling sections in the publication Daniel Horowitz writes, provides a blueprint for quote self spreading vaccines. Describe his vaccines genetically engineered to move through populations in the same way as communicable diseases. But rather than causing disease, they confer protection. After noting that such an idea would violate the rules of informed consent and possibly spread allergic reaction, they add this shocking prediction about the challenge of such technology Daniel horwitz writes, finally, there is not an insignificant risk of the vaccine virus, reverting to a wild type virulence. As has sometimes occurred with the oral polio vaccine, which is not intended to be fully virulent or transmissible. But which has reverted to become both neuro virulent and transmissible in rare instances. This is both a medical risk and public perception risk, and the possibility of vaccine induced disease would be a major concern to the public. Daniel horwitz continues by saying, whether this vaccine actually sheds the spike protein onto other people, is still not yet proven. Although Pfizer seems to indicate it can spread through skin to skin contact rather than inhalation. But the principle of mass vaccination with a faulty vaccine making a virus both more transmissible is something that is hard to deny at this

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The Risks of Using Bleach for Cleaning

Nutrition Facts with Dr. Greger

02:04 min | 9 months ago

The Risks of Using Bleach for Cleaning

"Cleaning. Products can be hazardous landing hundreds of thousands of children in us. Emergency rooms and the product. Most commonly associated with injury was bleach. Which can be toxic even if used as directed. We've known that those with asthma. Who work with cleaning products day in and day out can suffer adverse respiratory effects of worsening of symptoms declining lung function inflamed airways but even cleaning workers without asthma can be affected even below so-called acceptable exposure levels cleaners with or without reactive airways can suffer a substantial increase in lung function. Okay but that's people who clean for a living. Although we've known that occupational use of leech may have adverse respiratory health effects but it was unknown whether just common domestic use of bleach in the household may book lungs at risk until now bleach use was significantly associated with nearly five times yards of non allergic adult onset asthma as well as ongoing lower respiratory symptoms such as chronic cough. The way bleach works is as such a strong pro oxidant that the thought is that can lead to like leaky longs and allow allergens to penetrate this phenomenon of cleaning product induced. Asthma has been known for decades. Three quarters of the dozens of population is looking into it. Found increased risk of asthma or nasal inflammation. Ideally safer clean products should be available. Unfortunately this body of evidence has been largely ignored by the manufacturers and commercial cleaning companies and most of workers put at risk. Are women in fact. That may help. Explain some of the gender differences and asthma. The relatively high frequency of bleach us for home cleaning by women around the world together with a strong association between bleach using non allergic asthma emphasizes the need for reconsidering the use of bleach for cleaning.

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Tolerance

Bald and Blonde

03:38 min | 9 months ago

Tolerance

"Can we tolerate other people's behavior. And how much can we tolerate other people's behavior for example mathematics. It's very interesting when you listen to a mathematics professor who was teaching all his life or her life and you show them a different way how to get the same result because the results is either correct or it's not. Does it really matter at all how we get to the results. Now when you listen to these professors they are almost allergic so they have very low tolerance when you show them another way how you get to the result So it also has to do with the pictures we have in our head how we believe the world is how we perceive it and what we believe to be true. Now i think he is. How can we increase tolerance definitely. That's the okay that does not mean to make any foul deals okay. So i'm going to tolerate it now. Because he said so. My son asked me to tolerate his banana eating in front of me. Well i could. If i wanted to. But i don't want to you see now. We can build a bridge and make an agreement. You can have as many bananas as you want. And i even buy them for you. I bring them home for you. I even serve them to you until the peels closed because otherwise they start smelling and make sure that you get rid of them one way or the other before they get to ripe and really stink the whole house now. In order to have that tolerance we must have respect and also have a communication somewhat. Why because no one's a mind reader. Now how can we increase it. How can we increase sovereigns. It may sound boring. That i say it again but it all starts within. How much do i tolerate myself. Can i stand the way i think. Can i stand the way. I stand my standard the arto sandy. Can i stand the way i speak. Can i stand the way. I present myself or can i not. I remember when i moved here to the united states. Many years ago. I still was much more small squared. I call it this way. In geometry you have the paper that has millimeters and squares so that you can draw more precisely in such code graph paper graph paper. Thank you we call it. In german millimeter peppier and i was so organized in specific areas of my life that i considered myself being small squared or graph paper like so then i went into bigger squares now. I don't have these lines anymore. I've freed myself from the rest of those. It limitations that. I was aware off and then sometimes some more limitations show up so when i now look back at me. My tolerance was much lower regarding specific ideas regarding specific behaviors regarding specific tolerable settings. And i think. I said it in one of the early episodes that i went out with someone who was fond of me and i was invited for lunch and it was really very nice but the way he ate i just couldn't stand it truly but he was a very nice man back then. I did not tolerated today. I would probably tolerate it much more because my values have changed too because to me today. Who has a good heart has a good heart and if you have a good heart come on in. I'm here and my world is open to you because you can't buy that.

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The Time I Found a Rat in the BBQ

Does This Happen to You

02:02 min | 10 months ago

The Time I Found a Rat in the BBQ

"Story. This week is from amy stromer. Who you'll find on medium dot com and here is the time i found a rat in the barbecue and scream so loudly. My dead grandma heard me after a steamy summer day in sonoma's county california the air cooled as evening approached. I looked up from the kitchen sink to gaze at the majestic redwoods that lined our property. Those trees mark the edge of our land and the beginning of our neighbors massive yard displaying a variety of fruit trees and gorgeous flowers. The beauty was contrasted by my grumbling. Swear words as. I washed a never ending supply of dishes. Why can't anyone else in this house. Do dishes broken arms allergic to water trying to make me crazy note to self. Check the security cameras for evidence that my family is plotting against me. I glanced at my watch and all my angry dishes thoughts disappeared because it was five o'clock and angelic humming entered my head. Five o'clock is a socially appropriate our to open a bottle of wine especially as a stay at home. Mom five o'clock also means dinner. Prep the menu featured stakes that night. Because hydration is vital to sustaining life. I carried my wine with me to start the barbecue. I opened the white french doors. And sauntered across the redwood dick to the built-in barbecue. I placed my glass on the gray flagstones counter to the right of the grill and swung open the lid. A primal scream erupted from my mouth. As i slammed the grill lid down. Oh my god. There is a rat in the barbecue.

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"allergic" Discussed on iForumRx.org

iForumRx.org

04:26 min | 10 months ago

"allergic" Discussed on iForumRx.org

"Thank you store for having us. We're huge fans of this podcast. Thanks steward is a pleasure to be here. I'm excited to be here as well. Thank you so much for having us today. So i'm going to direct my first question to you at least before we talk about the study that the three of you reviewed in your eye former commentary. I'd like to get a better sense of the contemporary management of allergic rhinitis. What are the most common causes. Allergic rhinitis what are some of the consequences if it's left untreated. And what are the recommended treatments. Allergic rhinitis is an inflammatory condition of the nasal you. Costa was condition usually occurs when mucous membranes are exposed to allergenic particles which done elicit an immune globulin e or g risk thoughts. This acute response causes a release of inflammatory mediators which releasing symptoms of sneezing nasal itching and discharge postnasal drip nasal congestion cough and fatigue itchiness of the throat. Eyes and ears can occur as well. There are three ways of classifying allergic. Rhinitis i we have seasonal allergic rhinitis which occurs during specific times of the year. Usually the allergen is the specific such as pollen from trees grass or weeds second we have persistent or perennial allergic rhinitis which is triggered by allergens found in the environment all year round..

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"allergic" Discussed on iForumRx.org

iForumRx.org

01:49 min | 10 months ago

"allergic" Discussed on iForumRx.org

"Hello folks. This is stuart hanes and welcome to the i. Former ex podcast. Where we explore. The evidence that informs ambulatory care pharmacy practice. If you're like millions of people in north america and millions more worldwide. You may suffer from seasonal allergies. It's common and it's annoying. Admittedly people don't die from allergic rhinitis but it sure can make people feel miserable disrupts sleep worsen performance at work in school and while it's largely treatable it can be pretty costly. Moreover allergic rhinitis increases the risk of bacterial infections like acute sinusitis and middle ear infections. Most treatments for allergic rhinitis or available over the counter and pharmacists are often the primary source of information for patients who suffer from seasonal allergies similar to the treatment of asthma. Many patients are instructed to use nasal corticosteroids every day in order to control allergic symptoms. Is that really necessary. We as we've learned in recent years as needed steroids do a pretty good job of treating and preventing asthma symptoms. Perhaps as needed nasal. Steroids can get the job done to a recent study published in the journal of allergy and clinical immunology in practice attempted to evaluate this very practical question. And i'm delighted to welcome our guest today to review this paper with us from the are. Wj barnum is health system. An ambulatory care division our guests. Lalita sukumar raoul checkup and lisa. Gotta ponti doctor sue. Kamar is a pty to in literary care pharmacy..

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Do Not Use (MM #3779)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 10 months ago

Do Not Use (MM #3779)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation have long been fascinated with the process behind disclaimers. We had to run disclaimers. When we ran particular contest wage, we aired particular advertising on radio, there are certain legal ramifications, but when it comes to the world of drugs and medications am amazed at the disclaimer, sometimes one that I see on a lot of ads, his do not use if allergic, he's bought a duh. Now, granted, you don't know if you're allergic until you've actually tried it. Perhaps there's something in the drug that you could be allergic to that, you know, ahead of time. But how do you know you're allergic to a New Drug? If you've never tried it before, I realized that song risk, we run the risk with the covid-19 we had to risk wondering if we're going to be allergic to something. We had to take that chance. In fact, most of these drugs that are advertised on TV, news, or that are advertised in newspapers, or wherever on the internet may have that little disclaimer at the end, do not use this drug. If you're allergic to it, I get that. But it is, blatantly say do not use if you're allergic. Isn't that really truly something that needed to be said? But I'm sure there's got to be a reason why they say it off.

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Do Not Use (MM #3779)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 10 months ago

Do Not Use (MM #3779)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation have long been fascinated with the process behind disclaimers. We had to run disclaimers. When we ran particular contest wage, we aired particular advertising on radio, there are certain legal ramifications, but when it comes to the world of drugs and medications am amazed at the disclaimer, sometimes one that I see on a lot of ads, his do not use if allergic, he's bought a duh. Now, granted, you don't know if you're allergic until you've actually tried it. Perhaps there's something in the drug that you could be allergic to that, you know, ahead of time. But how do you know you're allergic to a New Drug? If you've never tried it before, I realized that song risk, we run the risk with the covid-19 we had to risk wondering if we're going to be allergic to something. We had to take that chance. In fact, most of these drugs that are advertised on TV, news, or that are advertised in newspapers, or wherever on the internet may have that little disclaimer at the end, do not use this drug. If you're allergic to it, I get that. But it is, blatantly say do not use if you're allergic. Isn't that really truly something that needed to be said? But I'm sure there's got to be a reason why they say it off.

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What Do Rain Pants and a Breech Calf Have in Common? Boo Weekley

Fore The People

03:13 min | 11 months ago

What Do Rain Pants and a Breech Calf Have in Common? Boo Weekley

"We have a few questions, but one I was wondering in a few people asked. So like, the year you made it through Q school is when people kind of knew your name. And that's when that's when Q school was actually a real Q school. You could get your PGA Tour card, not just whatever corn ferry nationwide, whatever. You can get your shit. So you made it, you were wearing rain pants. It wasn't pouring rain, but like, why were you wearing rain pants? What was underneath those rain pants? Well, most of the time underneath when I was nursing. 'cause I'm gonna tell you right now. You know, in July, August icky is hot there and I'm top of the month while we're in the middle of golf and most of the time there was nothing. But I wore a lot of swim trunks. But I wore tube socks so that cash the water running down my leg. So swim trunks, tube socks and rain pants. If you're not, you're a national treasure. I mean, that's the greatest thing about this. PDQ management probably is stealing from sure. I can't imagine that, actually. And rain pants. Yeah, that's incredible. You know, that is a page right out of my book. That can't believe it. All right, so no, no, no. Some of these rampants don't have teas and markers. Where'd you keep those? Or did you have the fancy kind? Yeah, did you have pockets? Sometimes the pockets just like, you don't have room for them. Where'd you block it? There was only one pocket. That was in the bag. So everything in the back. So you're asking everywhere. I can hear the one thing. And I had my marker, and that was it. Well, you got a bathing suit, tube socks. Yeah. The crazy thing is I couldn't figure out for the longest time when I had to wear all of that. Because my granddad, we had a bunch of cows and during, I think that would have been so I had been 2000 and 2008. Excuse me, 98, 98, 99, sort of been 99. When I got, I got dying, or I didn't die I noticed whatever, but I had some kind of thing on my legs. And we thought it was over like ringworm, but it comes from a calf when we're giving birth and I had to go in there, you know, Cal was breached and we reached up in there and had to turn the kale and then, you know, did all that and it would be raining, storming, and it's just nasty weather, and you got all the toot and got all everything on me, well I was in shorts. And I was helping my granddaddy at the time, and we were put on this calf out and that's what I got this, whatever disease or whatever that thing was on my leg. And then kind of find out I was allergic to cotton, like it was like, because cotton hole recalls moisture on the outside. So we're just like slide on the inside. Like, you know, you get wet, they're just sliding down and wouldn't ever stick to you. So I started west when I started wearing pants.

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The Things We Eat For Others

Bon Appetit Foodcast

02:28 min | 11 months ago

The Things We Eat For Others

"We're closing off our six part series talking about food and relationships with writer baker and fellow food lover. Zoe dent berg. We recently published an essay from. Zoe called. never again will. I go vegan for a man about how in pursuit of a romantic connection. She stopped eating meat and dairy almost entirely. I found it's so relatable it's just part of being in a relationship that we don't really talk about a lot and usually for my experience. The person with the stricter diet tends to influence the other. so today. we're gonna get into all of that and more with zoe as well as ben. Weinberg the man who's zoe tried going vegan for welcome to the podcast. Both of you. And i am excited to get nosy. Things manda beer. So if you haven't read zoe's essay yet here's a bit of background. Zoe and ben went to the same college. The even had some mutual friends but they actually didn't meet until they separately moved to birmingham alabama for jobs after graduation. So tell us now about the first time you hung out one on one. How did that happen. We talked a little bit about how much we both liked cooking so then invited me over apartment downtown to cook. It was like this super-buick when you are when you're having this conversation does say he's vegan. His veganism was a running joke. It was one of the things that i learned about. Van nuys like. You're actually vegan. So i i did know that he was again. I did not know how we would cook together considering. I was allergic to half of his diet. Okay wait what are you allergic to. So i'm allergic to gnats in sesame all nuts all nuts and meanwhile i put like i love homocide. I love putting. That's is one of my favorite spices which zoe taught me has sesame in it. A lot needs in that one. Yeah yeah okay. We're gonna do this together. We're going to hang out and we're gonna cut. Yeah and then also do not tell me what you're gonna beforehand. He just like call me and gave me a gris relaxed. Because i didn't know what we were to cook beforehand. You know three hours before you're gonna hang out of van. I remember. I got there and you had the recipes pulled up your laptop and i was like oh like we can go off of this and you know we have to do the recipe when ben has a recipe is very adamant about sticking to it. Even though he's very chaotic in the kitchen. I feel the same way. It's all or

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Pfizer, Subsidiaries Agree to Pay $345M in EpiPen Settlement

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 11 months ago

Pfizer, Subsidiaries Agree to Pay $345M in EpiPen Settlement

"Visor into subsidiaries have agreed to pay three hundred forty five million dollars under a proposed settlement to resolve lawsuits over EpiPen price hikes the litigation goes back five years when lawsuits were filed alleging anti competitive conduct Abby pens auto injectable devices that are used for emergency treatment of a life threatening allergic reaction in two thousand seven and Abby pen package cost about one hundred dollars today it costs more than six hundred fifty dollars without pharmacy coupons or discounts a Pfizer spokesperson denied any wrongdoing and email to Casey you are radio adding this turns the focus on breakthroughs that change patients lives I'm a Donahue

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"allergic" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"allergic" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Twitter at touching it. And on Instagram at certified Taj coming up little bit later on going to Florida teacher who's been banned, but only for a little while. Just just a small period of time for racist remarks she made to her students on We're going to talk to you about that. You know, At some point, I realized there's sometimes teacher shortages, especially during virus situation. But there's some people who should be teachers and some people who shouldn't be teachers. And I think if we find the people who shouldn't be teachers, we need to go ahead and invite them to not do it anymore. As a parent, I wouldn't want this idiot teaching. One of my kids will tell you that. We'll talk about that. That's coming up a little bit later on right now, earlier in the show we were talking about The vaccine on Suffered what they're calling quote a significant allergic reaction to a cove in 19 vaccine. The first serious adverse event to the jab in the Big Apple and the nurse is in stable condition. Health care worker that nurse from now, according to the city Health Department, with more than 30,000, covert 19 vaccinations administered New York City, we have received a single report of a serious adverse event. In a health care worker. Vaccines do have side effects and allergic reactions, while uncommon are known to occur, and people are people here, the stuff they latch on to it. Ha! They say probably not out loud but in their heads. Ah ha! So they hear this sort of thing and one out of 30,000 in this particular case, there were a couple in Europe that dealt with it. There's a small number of people who got Bell's palsy temporarily for those you don't know that's basically a paralysis of sight of your face. On the lights so things could happen. There are side effects, side effects every vaccine and we don't usually have, you know, in the case of our country, 380 million people being vaccinated all at one time, so the side effects kind of spread themselves out. You watch TV. You hear the pharmaceutical commercials for, um Whenever I can't even pronounce half the things they're always talking about the potential side effects. It always horrible allergic reaction. They caught it. The person is recovering now, they say. We also know that based on clinical trials, reports of adverse effects and other jurisdictions, reactions such as these are rare. But have been reported with the visor vaccine. True, and you should know that the unidentified health care worker is reportedly in stable condition after being treated for the reaction helps partner in New York City is closely tracking reports of more severe side effects and collaboration with the CDC. According to them, this is the first serious adverse event we have a cat encountered in New York City and all of New York City. And 30,000 people. So far as the only one I've heard of on I read the news every day or someone read it to you. Now, they say we will continue to move forward with the Corona virus vaccine distribution to ensure the health care workers and nursing home staff and residents are protected against Cove in 19 health officials did not disclose with which vaccination the worker received. So we don't know if it was the visor of the maternal one. Don't really matter. Fighter.

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"allergic" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"allergic" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Media dot com The crystal song You don't want to ever hear again. Distribution of modern is covert vaccine getting underway, The first shots expected to happen to day. That is the word from General Gus Purna, the chief operating officer of Operation Warp speed. Doctor myself Slough. We says the first modern, a vaccine will be likely given in a matter of hours. Berna went on to say expects that to happen this morning. And noted the modern A vaccine will be easier to distribute because it doesn't need to be stored at such a low temperature when compared to the Fizer vaccine. On a related note, the CDC changing its guidance on the vaccines after some severe allergic reactions. The new guidance says if a patient has a history of severe allergic reaction to any of the ingredients in the visor or the maternal vaccines. They shouldn't get that specific one. Instead, they should wait for other vaccines to come to the market, and there are good for five more. Those just down the bin. The number of reported cases of severe allergic reactions. Six. Out of 272. 1000 Not bad. Meanwhile, scientists in the United States working to make sure that vaccines are effective against a new strain of the virus. Researchers at Walter Reed believe that the vaccines will work against the mutation, but they're running tests to make sure the new variant of the virus is more transmissible. But there is absolutely nothing to suggest. That it's more deadly or excuse me more deadly or Any more resistant to treatment. And the vaccines are not made from fetus tissue. No, you can't alter your didna. And what's the other of the tracking device? Oh, yeah, And they're not going to put a microchip in your neck. So you know that's for your puppy dogs and your kids is when you go to the vet. Sean Hannity's morning minute coming up before nine o'clock. Hello, I'm Randy.

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"allergic" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"allergic" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Because everyone has been waiting for this normal. You've been talking about it for months, but then it really happened. You know, in seconds as soon as that approval came through, I, you know Later that night, the vaccine was already on trucks making its way into the country. And then a few days later, people were getting this shot and the image for me this was so striking is is seeing Margaret, who goes by Maggie, by the way, so I said to give a shout out to my fellow Maggie's Maggie. Is there and she's wearing her holiday sweater, and she gets the Jabba's. Everyone calls it here in the U. K. And it's just in that moment like this is what we have been waiting for, You know, Not only is it a scientific breakthrough, it's a medical miracle. It's something that we all as a world of intellectually holding our breath for, and then you see it happen, and it's something that looks so normal. Everyone's gotten shots. Everyone you know, gets the flu shot every year. So you had this really normal image. But next You have something that's revolutionary. And you know, we really felt that here they were calling it You ve day celebrating it. Is this this monumental historic moment? Where finally, you know, we see that light at the end of the tunnel, and people are getting the vaccine when the producer first came out about the allergic reactions that to healthcare workers had what was what what happened then? And how did people feel? Was there? Anybody kind of going? Maybe this isn't so great after all. Yeah, you know, definitely wasn't alarming news alert. The fact that two people there's any chest workers got allergic reactions, And it was big enough of a deal that regulators came out and said, gave a big warning and said, if you have a history of severe allergic reactions do not get the vaccine right now. But they also put through this big caveat on it where you know it sounds really scary. Do not get the vaccine. If Have allergic reactions, but they just said full right now, while we're investigating, and they need the point, no regulator said that this wasn't totally out of the realm of possibility that often when you put out new vaccines, you know things like this happen, and the reactions were fairly slight in the grand scheme of things, so they're investigating and taking it seriously. But they do hope that even if you have a history of allergic reactions that you will be able to take this, Maxine Dr Anthony Fauci kind of suggested that maybe Britain rush this through. We'll have the Brits feel about that when he came out with that not say, I'm one of the few Americans in the office here for ABC and all of the Brits in the office were so mad about this, and they kept saying, You know, we are the country that first invented a vaccine. In general. We have a very high level medical program in scientific research. We are dread and how dare they talked down to us? Right now, But I, you know, I think we all are kind of falling into this right now where there's this race for the vaccine and countries sort of want to latch on to this moment, saying, We know it's gone really bad. But look at us. We're succeeding. Now we have the vaccine, but I think what's important to remember here is that this has been a virus has affected every single country. Everyone has been dealing with this and everyone's working towards a solution. And when you look at this vaccine really was the world coming together. It's partly a U. S company. But it was also, you know. Developed by scientists who originally born in Turkey and that living in Germany and being produced distributed of Belgium. So you have this worldwide effort and that's what it's going to take. So you don't want to lose sight of the fact that yes, Ze Big Day for for the UK and for Britain, but it's really a big day for the world. Maggie really appreciate you following the story of Margaret Keane and and the second person to get the shot William Shakespeare can't make that understand exactly.

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"allergic" Discussed on Coronacast

Coronacast

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"allergic" Discussed on Coronacast

"So now let's talk about vaccines today. And i want to talk to you about a couple of different vaccines. But let's start in the uk where thousands of people in the last couple of days have received the fifa vaccine which is really exciting. But one of the things that we've heard about. Is that a couple of people have had an anaphylactic like reaction. So how worried should we be about that. People have been discussing this risk with the peiser vaccine because it uses a substance code peg polyethylene glycol mackerel goal and what this substance does in vaccine and a couple of vaccines that use it. I think the one of the meningitis vaccines may goco vaccines use. It is kind of out the components in the vaccine and enhances the immune response so essentially what you've got. Is you want the strongest immune response that you can possibly get here and the probably ethylene glycol helps that to happen. So that's what that's about so it does rarely 'cause <unk>. Reactions interestingly as pfizer says the didn't get an to or allergic responses anymore in the placebo in the anymore in the active group than the placebo group in the trial but these people certainly sound as if they got an nf electric or type reaction within a short time. After the you'd have to say was the pfizer vaccine. That did it. So you're saying that they did have some reports of these sorts of reactions during the trial but they didn't think it was caused by the vaccine. Yes and theoretic and people knew there was a theoretical risk of that because peg is known to cause an actual reactions in some people rarely. It's also used as a laxative. It's seems like a very versatile substance knows how to job well while we're talking about allergic reactions. Can we talk a bit about egg allergies and why we still hear that. If you've got an egg allergy that maybe might not have certain types of vaccine misleading story. That's got into the general public where they believe that if eggs have been used in the manufacture of vaccine. And you're allergic. You're going to get an egg allergy. It's not the egg itself. It's the embryo within the egg that they use embryonic cells within the egg that they use to actually make the vaccine. Influenza vaccine is the one which commonly uses eggs to culture the vaccine and it doesn't contain the york. Can we basically contains little or no egg allergen so it is a bit of a myth. So vaccine allergies are actually extremely rare. I mean some people argue that it's one in one point four million dollars what. Gp's are advised as you got a very egg allergy child them with a vaccine that uses egg. Then you just keep them in the surgery for a little bit longer just to make sure they're okay but a lot of these vaccines are being developed for. Covid have eggs anywhere in the process using all sorts of different new processes. The nova vaccine uses insect cells to produce the vaccine so lots of different selves used quickly. Talk also about china's vaccine which came out really quickly and they were reporting quite promising results. But there's been some news reports in a taiwanese news outlet saying that. Forty-seven people in uganda had the vaccine. Have now tested positive for coronavirus. How much stead should be placed on this news. Report a runabout about zero. We'd be my esteem you know. It's a newspaper. Report might be true. Might not be true. Might be misleading. That could have been part of a trial could have been in the placebo arm of the trial who knows and is complicated by the fact that no doubt taiwanese taiwanese media just love any story which knocks the chinese technological supremacy off the pedestal. So you just take all that with a pinch of salt. It may be true. But i'm really what we've to do. Chinese not done themselves a favor by not doing transparent trials at least yet and so we just don't know what's going on there and that sort of darkness stories like this popout and it. Just don't do the chinese any favors because the chinese are pretty good. Researchers of are some clouds hanging over some of their vaccine manufacturers allegations of fraud in the past. Well

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"allergic" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"allergic" Discussed on WTOP

"Oxon Hill and 36 in downtown D. C. At 7 50. Only about half of Americans are ready to roll up their sleeves for covert 19 vaccines, even a state frank frantically prepare to begin months of vaccinations that could end this pandemic. The survey from The Associated Press, an O R C Center for public affairs research shows about a quarter of US adults aren't sure whether they would get vaccinated when their turn Comes roughly another quarter say they won't the FDA is poised to decide whether to allow emergency use of two candidates. Well, this might shake some people up. Health officials in the United Kingdom say the vaccine made by Fizer should not be given the people with the history of severe allergic reactions. This after two staffers for Britain's National Health Service had a reaction during the first day of the U. K's mass vaccination effort. They put a pause on just letting people with severe allergic reactions. Continue in the line. They've asked them to stand aside. While the rest of the immunization program is continuing. I think we will be very interested in the results of that investigation. Could those allergic reactions because all or were they coincidental? And exactly how severe were they? They may influence the way we write our recommendations. Also, that's Dr William Schaffner, an infectious disease specialist at the Vanderbilt Medical Center. Nashville, joining us earlier on w. T O P As covert vaccines become available, Studies show. Many people will choose not to be vaccinated as we mentioned, but the face of the battle against Cove it says. Otherwise, they say, Well, maybe we did this too quickly. Dr. Anthony Fauci of NIH at the Bloomberg American Health Summit says developing covert 19 vaccines and months versus years Is not compromising safety. No, Was it compromising scientific integrity, he says. It's the result of extraordinary scientific advances. The process that went into deciding the safety and efficacy was both independent and transparent. We need to make sure people understand that, he says. Record numbers of hospitalizations cases and recently, death should convince people the threat of covert 19 is real. Christi King. W T O P News an update now on a fatal.

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"allergic" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"allergic" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"They started distributing the vaccine early this week, and they had to adverse reactions. I guess they were treated for treatment of kind of like an animal Actiq shock sort of thing, and both people are doing just fine now, after they got that, But they're saying, if you've got severe allergic reactions to things that this might be one vaccine to avoid four now they're not saying forever. But just until You would think they would have found that during the trials if you're talking 40,000 people, aren't you going to find someone in that crowd who has severe allergic reactions? Maybe he didn't have somebody over 80 who had severe are we don't know what I mean, like, maybe the everything didn't add up. I love those side effects that they list in the ads that we see the commercials, which by law, Now they have to give you all the side effects on my favorite one is if you're allergic to this drug Don't take it. How do you know you're allergic to the drug until you take it? You know, I'm allergic. I'm allergic to penicillin. So if they has elements of penicillin, just for example, you may know that there's a higher, you know, increased chance of death. But there isn't but it's we're gonna find out to people and they're gonna get over this. There's gonna be just a warning. If you have severe allergic reactions. Just you wanna be careful you want You're under doctor supervision because I'll tell you what a real severe allergic reaction is. You die of coded There is an allergic reaction. Well. Possibly crews have been battling to brush fires along the one on one Freeway of Ventura. My amid high winds measured way, calling it the Perkin fire and spread to about 50 acres up and erupted around 4:30 P.m. in the area of the Buenaventura golf course in Oxnard City limits. Right next to the one on one. And 50 Acres. The other one's 10 acres. Now we've gotten to the point where a golf course near a golf course It's whole one in three and we don't even go through the entire 18 holes that have burnt up. Yeah. What That is. That is how sensitive we are to these fires. I think especially because the winds yesterday. Yeah, That's what one of the wind situation today. Jen. You can on this stuff going away. Oh, okay. Good. So, Yeah, it I don't see, at least in the seven day forecast that I get. Don't see wind other than a breezy conditions anywhere. No, the windward I haven't seen that's now write another one later today, but we'll see her now. Great news. We'll take a break. We'll come back and we have more handle on the news coming up. In the meantime, Jennifer a news break from you all right, well as we mentioned, a judge says L. A county health officials acted without rational justification when they closed outdoor dining to slow the spread of Cove in 19 attorney Alexandra Kazarian represents one of the restaurants that sued the county..

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"allergic" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"allergic" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Those with severe allergic reactions. Should avoid getting the vaccination for from ABC is Tom River, British regulators have issued a warning for people with a history of what they call significant allergic reactions not to take the Fizer covert 19 vaccine. After two people who had the jab developed issues, the two National Health Service staff members both had a history of allergic reactions. To the extent where they need to carry an adrenaline auto injector with them. They were treated and are said to be recovering well, two were among thousands who received the shots on day. One of the mass vaccination program here Tom Rivers may be seen is London and today document drop by the FDA ahead of its official review tomorrow. The papers did mention that the Fizer vaccine could bring with it some side effects, but none That are believed to be severe. This development in Britain does bear some watching is the FDA had huddles up tomorrow. Meantime, here in Massachusetts restaurant and gym owners Don't like this, and even doctors say the states move to roll back progress here in Massachusetts, not enough to corral this virus. But new business and social restrictions are just days away. Rollback will have a number of immediate effects that will play uniformly toe all municipalities across our state. If history does repeat itself or on a cycle shorter than a Hollywood marriage back to where we were in the spring, Lieutenant Governor Karen Pulido indoor theaters, performance venues and a few smaller indoor recreation businesses will also be required to close His houses of worship Jim's arcades all under capacity restrictions. All of this. To ease the burden on the state health care system is covert. 19 cases continue to rise, and they're rising just as predicted post Thanksgiving. Reporting from the Statehouse, Cameron Regal WBZ Boston's NewsRadio and We're going to hear from the governor again today at noon time, where.

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"allergic" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"allergic" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Allergic reaction? Maybe. I don't know. I know Some people are allergic to tackle now. I don't know what that looks like it. I don't touch it anymore. Really? I just I just stopped. Really not even occasional Whitestone, Frothy T and D. I took a sip my mind so much sip on one for a couple hours, But that's about it just to be social just to be cool. Yeah, you know, but this imperious press room and the symptom Nestor thing I It's kind of freaking me out. A lot of people struggle with that house is clean yards done. Yeah, I need some projects. I need a hobby. I need a hobby is what I need. I need to create a hot hunting, but I haven't painting what happened to the painting I just didn't get. I mean, the painting is fun. It's good escape. You got deer season that opens up next weekend. I'll be out there killing things. And you know the hill country. I've got an original Jeffries hanging in my garage around. You see, That's why I see you shattered my artistic dreams by putting Original Todd Jeffries piece in your garage is not she, Elissa hung hers in her office of her compound. Well, she even did a live video with in the background. You win. I have one. In fact, I have my best painting, and it's a large painting that's currently in my office. Kind of just sitting on the floor or leaning against the wall. I'm thinking about donating it to some kind of local charity. Like an auction. You know, maybe they could help get some money. Yeah, you know that kind of thing. 17 50 0? No, Maybe someone may be interested in it and keep in mind the fact that your original paying, it's just kind of leaning on the wall in your office that school look in and of itself. It is good. It says a lot about that. It's just that it's leading up guts The wall on the wall. I have the very large TNG 10th anniversary Matt's El Rancho poster frames. I've got one of those garage. That's a very big poster big. That's a big well, that's about how big my painting is. I got lean against law I've got I've got maybe 20 paintings. Just kind of stacked up in my office. Right now, That's that's cool. That's cool. This empty nester.

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"allergic" Discussed on Horror Fictional and True Stories

Horror Fictional and True Stories

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"allergic" Discussed on Horror Fictional and True Stories

"I place my jaw gape the timer at 6 the same time. I started watching the tape. I was about to talk it out a glitch when it changed the 601. There was no shadow of a doubt in my mind that I'd watched the tape for a good ten minutes or so. I stretch my aching muscles and walked to the bathroom to clean my bloody nose. I downed a quarter so of water and dying of thirst at wait a few days before even considering watching the tape again off when I did everything that secured my knowledge of the world. I knew seemed to crumble. It was a sunny afternoon week later when I build up the courage to watch the tape again. I just felt the urge to confirm what I experienced was real and not some effective delayed food poisoning an allergic reaction or some other bizarre coincidence. I popped the cassette tape and rewound it which took only seconds when I stopped press play the woman bound to a wheelchair what it appeared on the screen and a foreboding feeling of dread began to simmer inside of me. Something was different though. The woman was asked you facing the camera still but at a slightly different angle as if the wheelchair had shifted on the floor behind her black box with the garden gets it collapsed on the floor. It was as if the tape was showing a continuation of what had previously been recorded my Palms began to sweat and my throat dry like an arid desert as I watched the woman staring into the camera. Once again, her hair was shorter trimmed-down unevenly, as if someone had has to be clipped the matted patches and knots I knew it was impossible, but the tape appeared to be now showing a different recording all together. Then she looked up at the camera and I felt it again my throat swelled and dried and my breath began to burn her dark eyes locked onto mine through the screen. I felt the strength in my arms and legs as they began to shiver. My science is flooded and my nose began dribbling out a thin stream of blood which dripped rhythmically onto my shirt. I watched unable to peel off away as the woman in wheelchair yanked her spindly arms snapping her restraints. I let out a yell as she stood up fully revealing her filthy hospital gown. She walks slowly toward a camera and a wrinkles came into view through the fuzzy tape her features look young but her pale skin was wrinkled and speckled with burst capillaries her eyes were milky with cataracts and looked wildly down payment. She Drew closer getting larger on-screen until her face was clear and she mouthed something. I swear I could hear inside of my head. She spoke the words and a hint of smile crept onto her face before the tape clicked to a stop. I haven't yet worked up the nerve to watch it.

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"allergic" Discussed on The Nocturnists

The Nocturnists

06:37 min | 1 year ago

"allergic" Discussed on The Nocturnists

"How many are there? How many bones are coming together here? What shape is this making? What is this font now look like? And then place that into the babies space into the pelvis and come up with the direction that they're facing I would have to tort my head. My neck I'd have to turn and flip. My head in the same position of the baby's head so that I made sure I understood exactly where all the parts were. That was a tough thing to learn right away. It was tough at the end honestly because those perfectly palpable sutures. Baby come down into powerless and can get that cap it. You could feel was this not in you'd have to reach. Up even higher into the pelvis to try to find anything that resembled a suture. Those were the top ones. They'd ask with the contractions feel like. Are they strong or the weak. You can tell how frequently they're coming by the external nylander you can give A. Pressure measurement with the the intrauterine pressure capital but they taught us to just leave your hand thereafter after you perform the examined feel a contraction. Does the head move do you feel it coming down against your fingers? The nurses, Tatas had a POW pay contractions from the belly. The Tartus to split the pads, your fingers just a little above the patients belly button found the Fundus. That's the contract abortion. and. If it feels like the tip of your nose. It could use a little work. But if it feels like your forehead. Those are the strong ones. One of my Nikki nurses came to every delivery with us. We'll give us the I. If it was looking like they needed to take the baby off the MOMS chasse leading to cut the cord quickly. And I remember she taught us that if we were ever unsure. We can feel the umbilical cord which is Kinky, curly and gelatinous. In if you pay the baby's heart rate through the umbilical. Feel that pulsating between your fingertips. You could get a good idea if it was above one hundred or below one hundred. And that's how we knew. If the baby was in a good place or not. And then afterwards. On the uterus was tired distended bleeding. You can just feel the boggy nece we say that at any. It kind of feels like a soaked sponge But with some time. Sometimes. Medication. Feel it start to firm up. It can become almost rock like it's so satisfying. because. Been, you know it's GonNa be okay. Such a beautiful process to help bring a child into this earth. One of the most beautiful things that a human can be a part of a witness. Although my experience for my second child's birth wasn't as beautiful as I, imagine it to be. See I'm an African American physician. I gave birth in a hospital. In which I didn't feel nurtured. And I didn't feel loved. By the healthcare staff, they thought I was extremely anxious. It was encouraged that I take some anxiety medicine. That was not anxious. Every time I asked for help in the way of whereas in a lot of pain when I ask for pain medicine I was looked down upon. On the day of discharge. I had the most scary event ever. My husband brought me my favorite chicken wings. We were getting ready to go and I couldn't taste them. And I I thought it was my mind again they've been telling me that there was something wrong with me that I've been anxious the whole time that I had been hospitalized after giving birth. And then my face started to droop and I had no control. The left side of my face just gave way. In. My speech started to slur. In. I was scared for my life. And knowing all the medical things that I know the first thing I thought of was of having a stroke. Oh my gosh I'm having a stroke. I asked my husband who was standing right in front of me. WHO's a paramedic? If he saw something different because I definitely felt something different he said Yeah. Your. Face Kinda looks funny on the left side and he too thought stroke. So I call in the nurses who again begrudgingly came in because again I thought I was just as anxious patient. And the nurse kind of looked at me and said Yeah I. See your eye looks a little bit swollen but I'm not really seeing anything else. I looking a little bits fallen is known as hostess meaning. My my eyelid had dropped from lack of nerve innovation not that my eye was swollen. The attending doctor came in and said that oh, it's just an allergic reaction. And my brain on exploded. Through to the ceiling. I'm physician you don't have an allergic reaction on the left side of your face. On one side of your face where you're slurring. and. You can't taste anything. We continue to go back and forth I didn't feel comfortable being discharged. I thought I should be worked up some more. You would think that with the medical knowledge base that I have. That my physician would be more willing to. Be Understanding and concerned about my own concerns about my body which I know better than anyone. She said it was allergic reaction should just take some Benadryl go home for worsens I should come back to the emergency department, but they were pretty much done with me. So what home scared? fortunately for me, I have resources.

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"allergic" Discussed on The Plant Path

The Plant Path

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"allergic" Discussed on The Plant Path

"Hey there everybody say Jay here the School of Evolutionary herbalism, , and in this week's episode of the blog, , we're GONNA be talking. . About. . Addressing allergies you know this is a really big thing that a lot of people struggle with especially in terms of seasonal allergies here we're kind of in the early stages of summer here, , and this is that time where a lot of people get really affected by a lot of the pollens in the air and dealing with upper respiratory stuff and and so I just thought it was a very pertinent thing to share with you at this. . But. . Also thinking about like, , why do we get allergies right like what are what's at the root cause of that? ? Why is it that sometimes, , we have an allergy when we're a kid and then it goes away but then it comes back later in life what's going on there. . So in this episode, , talking a little bit more about some of the underlying physiology behind allergies and why they can come and go and and what you can do kind of on a on a foundational level to try to not just treat allergies with herbs. . I'm not really going so much into how to treat allergies with herbs so much as what are some of the fundamental things that you need. To . Do to address that root cause of those allergies. . So I hope you enjoy this week's episode of the evolutionary herbalism blog and I read I have been working with a medical herbalist for over a year. . My initial concern was my seasonal allergies that have gotten consistently worse over the past five years I knew it was something deeper, , most likely related to my gut health and sure enough the majority of the support and guidance I have received has been around digestion absorption and elimination. . Great sounds that sounds like a good approach. . That's probably what I would do to. . However this is my second year using daily nettle infusions starting in January until around May to help with my seasonal allergy symptoms and has definitely helped but listening to the video here made me reflect in my reliant on nettles. . What exactly are they doing in my body that my body isn't able to do for itself time to dive deeper great. . Great Question C.. . I just want really start off by. . Acknowledging the place that your question is coming from, , which is wanting to get to the root cause <hes>. . Just being really reliant on an herb to keep a symptom at bay. . But as you said, , diving deeper into what what's going on here, , why am I having these allergies? ? What's at the root of and what can I do to? ? Cut that route so that I just don't have this problem anymore right So. . I would say, , generally speaking with our G type symptoms I would agree that the gut is an important area to focus on. . One way that it was explained to me <hes>, , and this is something that I learned from the herbalist Paul Bergner. . And he explained allergies. . In. . A way that made a lot of sense to me, , which is basically that and this is going to be kind of shared in Layman's terms but. . Essentially that the body has a certain. . Tolerance of. . Antigens or things that <hes> the body comes in contact with that, , the immune system responds to <hes>. . Let's say for example, , that the body has a hundred points. . So to speak of an allergic load that it can tolerate without generating symptoms, , right? ? So you know maybe you're. . Maybe, , there's some cats that you have. . A little bit of an alert out allergic allergy to and they take up maybe seventy points, , and then you maybe eat food that your body isn't super. . Doesn't really like that much, , and that takes up another twenty nine points, , right. . So now you're at ninety, , nine and. . And then all the sudden. . The grass pollen. . Starts, , spitting out it's pollen and you walk outside and that Paulin. . Fifty points of an allergic load. . Well, , that just tipped the scales, , and now your body starts having an allergic response to that pollen right. . So oftentimes, , the approach to treating allergies in general is to look at the different areas of life and try to reduce those potential. . Allergen triggers now, , obviously if you like. . have an animal that. . Lives with you it's not like most people weren't going to get rid of their animal's. . But if you're safe for example, , eating food that you're slightly intolerant to, , that's something that you can work with. .

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"allergic" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

03:38 min | 3 years ago

"allergic" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

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"allergic" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:56 min | 3 years ago

"allergic" Discussed on KTRH

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"allergic" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"allergic" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

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"allergic" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

03:12 min | 3 years ago

"allergic" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"Don't like flowers, I'm allergic. All right. That's the only way I can understand this without means balance in the morning. Keep you close. Right. Didn't notice Kazman nervous. Beast. Tell me. Eight twenty seven it.

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