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"allergy" Discussed on No sitting on the sideline dad podcast

No sitting on the sideline dad podcast

05:12 min | Last month

"allergy" Discussed on No sitting on the sideline dad podcast

"What is it that stands in their way. And where do they want to go. So what's the goal. How are they struggling to get there. Or why Sometimes the work is helping them uncover why they whether it's The goal is to lose weight and some people have trouble understanding whether triggers are. But then once you reveal their triggers to them for why might be reaching for the cookies at two pm every day. it's an easier road to To walk down. And then they're able to navigate how to achieve their goal with like certain milestones and things like in other cases. It's helping someone who might be diagnosed with the food sensitivity. Learn how to eat safely without feeling overwhelmed. So helping someone understand. Where do they wanna go. Why do they wanna get there in. What stands in their way and making it accessible undoable instead of intimidating in mysterious and Overwhelming what are some your experiences not really making a mistake and ham. The food allergies. What's on the reactions. And how did you deal with it. Yeah so Especially with nuts. Nuts are hidden in a lot of things and for me to my most serious allergy. So that's kind of why. I mentioned that one specifically And i've definitely bumped up against even as an adult Being in a restaurant in speaking to somebody who says oh no. It's fine. You can have this and i ended up in the er and so it's yeah so it can be very hard especially when the staff of the restaurant or the eatery or the cafe Aren't educated in. That can be very difficult. Sometimes it's Having to say like does this half in actually saying almonds pecans stash egos macadamia nuts. Actually telling them like. I cannot have these things will die in having them. Check the ingredients with the kitchen in other cases with gluten for instance. I accidentally ate gluten last week And so for me. It was just a matter of like okay. So that happened. I have to kind of forgive myself and take a deep breath and figure out. How do i manage how i feel now. In sort of just give myself the permission to be tired of not feel that well and maybe not perform at the peak that i might otherwise. Because i'm not feeling well. And i happen to made a mistake in eating something. I shouldn't was interesting to people. Don't realize the hidden the hidden stuff agreements and stuff like that. And if you're not really paying attention you can get yourself in a real. I really i really real bind them that stuff like that.

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"allergy" Discussed on Psychologists Off The Clock

Psychologists Off The Clock

04:14 min | Last month

"allergy" Discussed on Psychologists Off The Clock

"And now let's look at. How do we tolerate the fact that there is some risk. What do we need to do and that can be working on mindset. That can be working on self talk. That can be working on asking questions ahead of time to get an understanding of the actual risk. Is rama gonna make pie with tree nuts with pecans in it that i'm allergic to so so then we start to look at. How do we tolerate the fact that there is going to be risk. And you're right every time you eat a food. There is an inherent risk but we have to eat and we have to live and so it is about tolerating distress both the actual the stress and the feelings of distress. What i find myself thinking is like you're always going to feel the most safe in the least anxious at home because it An environment you can't one hundred percent control your and that any time. You're venturing out whether it's sending your kids to school or going to the birthday party or the family event. There are unknown variables. And i imagine the more people stay at home and don't venture out the harder that becomes and that as they venture out it. Sounds like what you're suggesting is it's okay to gather some data to assess the risk to make an informed decision but probably means a of like shoes ing to step out of your comfort zone. There's a lot of stepping out of the comfort zone. Let's use the pandemic as an example though like let's look at the pandemic there's a couple of things in the allergy community where the pandemic is really kind of similar to living with an allergy and how it's impacted those managing allergies so simply put being home so much more than being out. I think anxiety levels have have decreased for those managing allergies. Because we're not..

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"allergy" Discussed on Psychologists Off The Clock

Psychologists Off The Clock

04:34 min | Last month

"allergy" Discussed on Psychologists Off The Clock

"That's we feel the most uncertain and out of control and we're making these big changes and it's overwhelming but a lot of conversation about do you call the manufacturer to find out about how they label right. So for example some parents will call on a somewhat regular basis to food brands. That they eat. And say how do you determine your labeling as far as the precautionary that may contains remain facility whereas other people either were told by their allergists that they didn't need to or they feel comfortable. Not doing that. So when you said you know each family is going to develop or each person's gonna develop their own guiding rules. Some may be more than others about this either because their anxiety level is higher and they haven't learned how to manage and perceive that risk in a way that helps them move forward still Others because of either they're coping strategies already in life Their perceptions maybe they themselves have already managed to food allergy themselves and now their child has when they have a different perspective. Maybe they don't have quite as rigid of guidelines to navigate this but it goes back to safety being the usually the top value that allergy families and individuals are connected to and i will typically talk to my my clients about the fact that we can live in or life or include the power of and and that looks like if we are using safety as our guiding value. We tend to get into this rigid. We have to be safe or we can't do this so in order in order to be safe. We can't go here. We can't do this. We're safe or we have risk and we go to this place. We wanna go. That's just not safe. Let's shift that mindset right and look at the power of and how how can we be safe and still go to that place. We want to go. How can we be safe and still go to the family party because that's also a value being connected to our family and our friends and having enjoyment in life that is a value..

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"allergy" Discussed on Psychologists Off The Clock

Psychologists Off The Clock

04:30 min | Last month

"allergy" Discussed on Psychologists Off The Clock

"Line between that and anxiety. That is maybe above what is warranted for the situation. So i would probably you know to to put it simply. I would say it's very similar to what we would say working with anybody. Right across that. Line from adaptive and helpful to unhelpful when the anxiety becomes something that impacts your daily life keeps you from being able to do things that are important to you to function on a daily basis. Become something that you know is showing physical sensations of anxiety all the time that. You're now becoming really hyper vigilant about potentially thinking. You're having a reaction all the time when you're not right because there's that piece of anxiety that is physical and so if we think about allergic reactions tend to be physical. Obviously we feel different. So there's that overlap there as well so it's really similar to what we would say with anybody where that anxiety stays adaptive versus unhelpful. But i also like to help people normalize the fact that when you have a medical like a food allergy. A life threatening food allergy. There is going to be just sort of a higher level of anxiety as a baseline. Anyhow parents aren't going to be more hyper vigilant than parents of kids. Without food allergies people who have a food allergy are going to be more hyper vigilant and aware than people without whether it's aware of their own physical sensations aware of the environment around them what others are eating others are doing hyper-vigilance so if we can learn to live with that in a way where in the moment we can use that helpfully adaptively to assess safety to make decisions and then move forward towards whatever it is we wanna do. Then that's useful if we start to have that those very things keep us from doing things. That's where it's no longer helpful. And i would say it would be helpful to get somebody a therapist who understands allergies or at the very least can help you at least assessing anxiety and make some changes so this makes sense to me that we know.

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"allergy" Discussed on Psychologists Off The Clock

Psychologists Off The Clock

04:03 min | Last month

"allergy" Discussed on Psychologists Off The Clock

"At any point it could become an af- lactic it may not but it could and you know that's pretty scary. Both as an allergy suffer or as a parent of someone with an allergy that uncertainty there. There's a lot of uncertainty or what feels like uncertainty when it comes to living a life with a food allergy. And i think because it is a a pretty intense diagnosis if we as soon as we put life threatening or potentially life-threatening into that sentence. That's going to induce fear anxiety and panic understandably so so it's a parent who's getting this diagnosis for their young child. Or maybe it's an adult with an adult onset allergy. Who's hearing. Hey you have to change your entire lifestyle to avoid xyz allergen because it could be life threatening that is going to induce that fear and so now things feel uncertain. And what do we want for uncertainty. We want predictability and certainty. So it is. It's it's when you get that diagnosis. No matter where in your life you are. It is life changing. And i. I want to talk about this line between you know. Obviously a certain level of anxiety and fear is adaptive and healthy. And i know correct me if this is wrong but it's my understanding that teenagers can be at the most risk because they tend to be less anxious and kind of half that sense of what sort of looking for invincibility and that like because they tend to be less worrying less anxious about their allergies. It is the most dangerous time. Do i have that right. yes so so. Research has shown that You know because of a variety of a very abilities during those teen Adolescent years at does tend to be a higher risk time. I think you hit the nail on the head at that age right. You've got the developmental stuff going on. They wanna fit in. they wanna belong. They want to figure out who they are. You know be with their friends and not caused a scene either by a reaction or having to ask questions at a restaurant right so maybe they don't want to carry their auto injector because they don't wanna where do they put it. And i don't want to have it in my purse. And i don't want to be different so those pieces added onto the fact that you know one of the key things that you have to do. When you have an allergy is to carry your auto injector and your emergency action plan. Should reaction happen. If teens are unwilling to do those things. I just wanna fit in. You've got all of these potential risks. That kinda come together in a perfect storm situation. Should the teen have an allergic reaction. They don't have their auto injector on them. You know they're friends. They haven't talked to their friends. They aren't aware that. Hey i have this allergy so yeah it does potentially become riskier because of that time in the development for for kids but again with allergies no matter what age you are and and so obviously for parents this is going to be put more on them when the kids are younger whereas as the child gets older and becomes an adult that's going to become. Their responsibility is teaching them the basic skills to keep themselves safe and how to advocate for their own self needs to speak up when they need to and to learn how to identify friends and support systems. That are going to be there in case of a reaction. So it's a lot to to manageable but it's a lot to.

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"allergy" Discussed on Psychologists Off The Clock

Psychologists Off The Clock

04:42 min | Last month

"allergy" Discussed on Psychologists Off The Clock

"Up so it's not a consistent thing whereas with a food allergy if you are truly allergic to a food and we call that an. It mediated food allergy. Because it has to do. That's a science piece. I don't get too involved but it means that it's it's you know Immunological response it's always going to trigger those symptoms every time you eat it and so how can people find out because it's my understanding and this may be a misunderstanding than even having you know there's the scratch skin tests that people have then there's the blood tests in. It's almost feels like there's some controversy around which of these better or more accurate or some people will talk about being tested for food allergies. But somehow they still didn't get diagnosed with celia for many years so so how like if somebody knows that every time they eat they get bloated in their joints hurt. You know what's the best route to try to figure out what's going on so that people aren't avoiding foods unnecessarily but also are taking the best care of their bodies as they possibly can. So i'll start off by saying what not to do. Do not order kits online that say hey we can figure out. What is your food allergy or your food intolerance because and again this is getting into the science piece and i'll say i'm not a doctor but this is what i've learned from. Reputable allergists is that. We may be sensitized to a food. But that doesn't mean it's an allergy and that doesn't mean we have to avoid it so you really want to go to a board certified allergists in order to have them run these tests that you shared but to your point allergy is a bit of an art and a science put together and i think that's where where you getting at with this idea that you know there's the skin test there's the rasp test which is the scratch test on our skin and then there's the gold standard test of eating it so allergists have to take all of that information and some of it's contradictory to one another..

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"allergy" Discussed on Psychologists Off The Clock

Psychologists Off The Clock

04:35 min | Last month

"allergy" Discussed on Psychologists Off The Clock

"She's a founding community. Advisory board member for the center for allergy and asthma research tamara's currently working on her first book which offers therapeutic guidance and strategies for managing the social and emotional aspects of life with food allergies tamra welcome. I'm so happy to have you here on psychologists off the clock. Thank you for having me. I my longtime listener. So i'm excited to be invited. Yes i well. I think that this is such an incredibly important topic and one of the reasons that it really spoke to me in a white. Why i really wanted to to feature you on the podcast is i had an allergy asthma dock here in san diego reach out to me knowing that i was a an idea expert i do clinical work in anxiety and she reached out to me saying our families are struggling like they are suffering from so much anxiety. She's pediatric end. So not only are the kids who have the allergies experience a lot anxiety but the parents of these kids were having a lot of anxiety and she was reaching out to me as somebody who could maybe help..

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White Coat Waste Discovered Fauci’s NIH Division Funded Dog-Killing Experiments

Mark Levin

01:47 min | Last month

White Coat Waste Discovered Fauci’s NIH Division Funded Dog-Killing Experiments

"But this is sickening This is sickening and the fact that the buck never stops with Fauci is unacceptable It's unacceptable from the Wuhan lob You know the excuse always is that he can't be directly connected It doesn't matter Bipartisan legislators demand answers from Fauci on cruel puppy experiments The white coat waste group are investigators show that Fauci's NIH division Fauci's NIH division should part of a $375,800 grant to a lab in Tunisia To drug beetles excuse me To drug beagles lock their heads in mesh cages filled with hungry sand flies so that the insects could eat them alive Now most of the members who sign this letter to Fauci Republicans was a few Democrats so they all look at this it's bipartisan but mostly it's not A bipartisan letter demands answers from the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases That would be Anthony Fauci The white coat waste project the nonprofit group that first pointed out the U.S. taxpayers were being used to fund the controversial Wuhan institute of virology Now that should have got his ass kicked all the way across the country Have now turned its sights on Anthony Fauci and another animal testing related matter infecting dozens of beagles These are puppies With disease causing parasites to test an experimental drug on

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How Dr. Fauci Funded Dog Killers

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:59 min | Last month

How Dr. Fauci Funded Dog Killers

"Breaking of the weekend was a series of documents that were obtained through a freedom of information request. It was obtained through an effort to try and get to the bottom of the medical experiments or the medical experiments that Fauci has been conducting over the last couple of years. These documents came out and we learned that Fauci, personally directed the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, a division of the National Institute of health to repeatedly fund research where he placed sedated beagles heads while they were still alive in mesh cages and allowed starved sandflies to feast on them and eat them alive. Beagles they then repeated the test outdoors with the beagles placed in cages in the desert overnight for 9 consecutive nights. In an area of Tunisia where sand flies were abundant. Now before we go any further, this is something like a James Bond villain would do. This is something that in a halfway through the movie of goldfinger where they kind of come in and they zoom in kind of panoramic. All of a sudden the Bond villain is like torturing beagles in Tunisia. Like that's not that's not normal, okay? For the public health official. The guy that's supposed to be in charge of epidemiological spread, like, okay, we're gonna go torture dogs and Tunisia. They repeated the test outdoors with the beagles placed in cages. In the desert overnight for 9 consecutive nights the experiment was just one of countless tests. Done on animals with your taxpayer dollars, but when you go to work and you work hard and you go write that check to the Internal Revenue Service, you are funding dog torture.

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"allergy" Discussed on Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored

Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored

07:48 min | 2 months ago

"allergy" Discussed on Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored

"Sources and review all information regarding any medical condition treatment with your physician again. i want to thank to people at feed spot who have congratulated us as having been selected by their panelists as one of the top fifty. Dr podcast on the web. So thank you so much as feed us but dot com. And i do. Welcome your everyone with the attitude of gratitude in these trying times. Let's stay positive. Less replaced panic attacks with love attacks. Let's be grateful because if we are we'll be happier unless he press and less stressed. Thank you everyone for your comments on the last couple podcasts. At with the frank khalaf and what to do until the ambulance arrives and then last week with the doctor way wrong and exercise was the difference between arabic and anaerobic how to get the most out of your exercise what supplements to take a really great program. Both of them were were rarely well received and i do appreciate your support today I talk a little bit about allergies. I know as springtime but it seemed like allergies are perennial now. Everybody has symptoms of one. Sort of another you know. Ari people have congestion postnasal drip excess mucus. I see people sneezing runny nose. Watery eyes scratchy throat. Sometimes at a point where interferes with their concentration and focus the exertion sleep disorders from not being able to breathe properly mood swings ever to build a middle ear infections. And you know ladies and gentlemen comes back down to something really A simple has a lot to do with our immune system. Allergy symptoms have definitely worsened over these past thirty years more people are allergic to pollen mold and foods growing exponentially all comes down to our immune system and we. We've talked now for a year and a half about a superior interior having a good immune system how our gut has eighty percent of our immunity and we have to keep that gut strong with prebiotics probiotics. No junk food. No artificial sweeteners with which kill the bag. The good bacteria in our guts. So that's why. I decided to talk about some natural treatments today. Because we've we we've done podcasts. About the anti cholinergic drugs the antihistamine drugs and their associated with dementia and brain disorders. So we'll talk a little bit about treatment. We'll talk a little bit about food allergies and if we have time a little bit about the nightshade vegetables and i saw a statistic that said that seventy five percent of people in the united states that suffer from seasonal allergies To ragweed not something. We should be over that. In the northern part of the united states here in florida we still have a lot of pollen in the air but did want to mention that. If you haven't a ragweed allergy certain foods you you should be careful of and they are cucumbers melons zucchini sunflower sees a nana's camomile tea. Okay they cross react with the ragweed. And gosh we know as mccain and allergy pills glued lead to asthma that we don't want that so we wanna keep our immune system uncompromised wanna control Are symptoms so we're gonna talk. Generally whether the allergies the pollen mold airborne substances. Okay it gives you the symptoms. We just talked about Congestion postnasal drip sneezing. Ready is and so forth. We'll mention that food allergies. You know food allergies each in every year so far have resulted in emergency medical. Care for two hundred thousand people for allergic reactions to food so not to be wise with nothingness knees at Obviously some some. Some treatments are not treat. Mrs just limiting your time spent outdoors. You know if your data florida's red tide and those worst travel for miles you have just don't go outside if your eyes are watery and so forth. Don't rely on a drug or whatever. Just don't go outside because we're not gonna prevent allergies all together but we can control how we react to them. So the first thing would be avoid contact with whatever. You're allergic to so after we do that. We have to talk about diet. Lifestyle allergy treatments. We have to make sure that if we have underlying medical condition you know. We have that under control. So we get allergy symptoms because our bodies release histamine and a strong immune system will fight this sistemi but if you have a week and one and you are stressed and you have some trauma or surgery and even emotional or physical stress like lack asleep. They will make you more prone for this estimate to give you symptoms. I've told you not getting enough. Sleep weakens your immune system good restorative. Sleep is important for a general health. It's important for our brains to drain away all those toxic products that may have leaked up there because your brain volume decreases in size every.

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Northern California Has Been Hit With A Startling Increase Of Wildfire Smoke

Environment: NPR

02:19 min | 2 months ago

Northern California Has Been Hit With A Startling Increase Of Wildfire Smoke

"Wildfire smoke is especially harmful to children and rural communities in northern california has been hit hard starting an increase in smoke and that's according to a new investigation by our california newsroom. Collaboration remember station k. Q. e. d. freda jabballah romero reports. On how dangerous air is affecting schools their high school sports events anchor. The town of willis california one hundred miles north of sacramento at a friday night. Football game in this of six thousand cheerleaders shake their golden purple pompoms case covers nearby mountains in this part of the sacramento valley as mega fires burn in northern california. When there's too much smoke. Schools cancel outdoor activities like football. Today's better obviously. Because we're playing the game. Stacey lancy has to teen sons one of them a student at this high school. she's also a third grade teacher and says the better quality is affecting students as far as kids going out to recess playing sports and kind of like overall health. We don't know why were having headaches. Runny nose was in recent years willows has endured ninety one days of smoke per year on average up from sixty six days a decade ago. That makes this town one of the smoky places in america. That's according to an analysis of a decade of federal satellite images by california newsroom and partnership with stanford university's change and human outcomes lab. The investigation found millions of americans from san francisco to boston. Are breathing a lot more smoke. From western wildfires in the small town of willows physician. Assistant brett brown regularly treats patients at the hospitals family clinic when their smoke in the air he sees more patients suffering asthma attacks intense migrants and stress. There's always somebody says something about well because of the smoke. Insert you no problem here. Whether it's you know. I haven't been able to breathe as well because my allergies are so bad or i haven't been able to see my mom and dad you know because of covet and now i can't even go outside so my mental health is so much

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How To Help Someone At Risk Of Suicide

Short Wave

01:43 min | 2 months ago

How To Help Someone At Risk Of Suicide

"We're going to talk about how you may be able to help someone who is suicidal now. My mom is a suicide attempt survivor. And this topic is really meaningful for both of us. Because there's so much shame and stigma that can make people who are suffering unable to safely talk about suicidal thoughts and feelings but as a society these days retu- we seem more open to talking about it. Certainly i mean we have a long way to go but yes we are becoming more open to talking about it. Yeah let's talk first about how prevalent suicide is right now. Well it's the tenth leading cause of death in the united states in two thousand and that's the most recent here we have data for About forty seven thousand people died by suicide and according to the american foundation for suicide prevention. About one point four million people attempted suicide that yet. But here's the thing about suicide. Research shows that suicide is preventable. Yes and there are things that friends and family can do that are genuinely helpful to someone who is struggling with suicidal thoughts. A lot of times folks feel like suicide. Prevention is only something that professionals can do. That's decay quincy lassine. He's a psychologist and has struggled with thoughts of suicide himself and he chairs that lived experience. Division of the american association of suicide allergy and lean says that suddenly getting help from a mental health professional is a very important part of preventing suicide but there are things that each one of us can do when a loved. One is in despair and feeling hopeless. Often it is that simple stuff of showing that you care but in showing up for somebody and being there for them

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Americans Deserve the Truth About Peter Daszak and Anthony Fauci

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:57 min | 2 months ago

Americans Deserve the Truth About Peter Daszak and Anthony Fauci

"Does that say for our public. Health officials that someone like peter desk is able to insert himself is able to put himself into what is supposed to be a scientific journal and published a statement that covers his own interests but actually have has lose focus on china and focus on masks or vaccines are mass inoculation. The wuhan institute of veracity received six hundred thousand dollars from a five year three million plus grant that vanity fair said eko health alliance. Stop from wire. Where did they get it from the us national institute of allergy and infectious diseases. Which is headed up by tony. Thoug- so tony. She gave dacix the money to the eco health. Alliance the echo health alliance. Then gave it to the wuhan into the variety and they're they're then trading love letters like pen pals in their email saying hey thanks pal for covering our back year because we don't want people to know that we were actually involved in pushing the natural order in putting science of above morality that actually ended up having a leak which is now infected. The entire planet. Dr peter data if you go to ito eko health alliance dot org. It shows this long bio from him. And you start to realize that this man might have the disguise or the camouflage of being a medical doctor with dr. peter. Dasent is the ultimate mad evil. Scientists is the man behind the man that coordinates all of the things that foul. She can't do because technically he's restrained as being a government. Employee data is able to call the prime ministers of other countries. He's able to orchestrate lockdown type programs.

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NIAID Still Funds EcoHealth Alliance With Taxpayer Dollars, Even After Receiving PPP Loans

Mark Levin

01:50 min | 2 months ago

NIAID Still Funds EcoHealth Alliance With Taxpayer Dollars, Even After Receiving PPP Loans

"Now. Here's this article by Natalie Winters. Today. Various National Institute of Health agencies, including Anthony Fauci is National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases have funded over 250 studies authored by researchers at institutions controlled by China's People's Liberation Army. The national pulse can excludes exclusively reveal. Excuse me. Now you'll remember the People's Liberation Army That's led by General Lee. Who's He? General Millie's buddy, right? We've learned that a couple of weeks ago And apparently, there's a former Trump officials saying none of this is pretty much the par for the course. And I'm going to get into that one in a moment. But going back to this following this unique investigation into the origins of scientists scientific research papers, the whopping level of collaboration with the Chinese military will further concerns in the United States at the political class has surrendered to the Communist Party in China. Wow. Last week, it emerged that the ranking general in the United States armed forces agreed to tip off China in advance of a U. S led attack. Now we heard about that and again, my wow somewhat. Incredulous, right? I mean, it wasn't fake. I really I find this hard to believe, even though I know what's happening right in front of my face because I'm so disappointed. That Americans are rolling over this way for Communists. The unearth studies from the National Institutes of Health Online database expand upon the people's Liberation already the P L. A to their ties with the Wuhan Institute of Virology, and this was unearthed by the national policy. Of 265 Studies identified by national Pulse. The Chinese military entity most frequently appearing on studies, funded by the NIH, is the Beijing based General Hospital, a subsidiary of the Army's joint logistic support. Force of the Central Military Commission. And again this is the

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New York Post: Wuhan Lab Documents Show Fauci ‘Untruthful’ About Gain-of-Function Research

Mark Levin

01:28 min | 3 months ago

New York Post: Wuhan Lab Documents Show Fauci ‘Untruthful’ About Gain-of-Function Research

"Now there is a breaking story. And I'll use it from the New York Post. It's another publications as well. Wuhan Lab documents show Fauci untruthful about gain of function research critics How he has been accused by critics of lying after newly released documents appear to contradict his claims. At the National Institute of Health did not fund gain of function. Research at China's Wuhan lob. Included in the trove of documents is a previously unpublished grant. He proposal that is grant proposal that Echo Health Alliance. That was the group which is run by Peter Dacic. That was the guy Filed with Foulke's National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease. Fauci has repeatedly insisted that now each funding of the Wuhan lab does not constitute as Gain of function Research, which modifies the biological agent. In the case of a virus could increase its transmissibility or or very Linse, which, of course it did. And so, um The grant proposal included in the documents for a project titled Understanding The Risk of Bat Coronavirus, Emergence. Which involves screening thousands of bad samples, as well as people who work with the live animals for novel coronavirus is the outlet said. The 3.1 million Grant was awarded for a five year period between 2014 and 2019 after the funding was renewed in 2019. It was suspended by the Trump administration in April,

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The Tyranny Against American Parents Is Only Getting Worse

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:54 min | 3 months ago

The Tyranny Against American Parents Is Only Getting Worse

"Your children still your children. The elegant county health department and elegant michigan sent out a letter saying that your son or daughter is a close contact to a cove in nineteen positive person as defy michigan law. This is a source of infection. If you failed to take the action prescribed in this warning notice we could compel your compliance which may result in you being taken into protective custody to protect public health. They could take your children away by court order if you do not quarantine the way they tell you to. Are they still your children. The tyranny that we have been warning about is only getting worse. Domestically it's happening in australia. It's happening in the entire western world. The question is when are they actually going to stop if ever if we don't stand up against former pfizer vice president says the gloves are off the united kingdom government to inject all twelve to fifteen year olds without parental consent. Dr michael jordan. A former pfizer vice president chief scientist for the allergy and respiratory issued a warning to parents in the united kingdom with school children between twelve and fifteen that the government is planning to inject an experimental gene based kobe. Nineteen vaccine into them with or without their parental consent. Beginning next week from life life site news dot com is still your children in australia. They created a stadium where they took all the children away from parents and started vaccinating them. The doctor writes in this article. The children are no measurable bro. Risk from sars kobe. To and no previous healthy child has died in the united kingdom after infection not one he says that thrombosis pulmonary embolisms appeared over four hundred times the rate of a typical low rate after vaccination. He says that death rates per million. Vaccinations are running everywhere at around sixty times more than any other previous vaccine.

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"allergy" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

04:43 min | 3 months ago

"allergy" Discussed on Scientific Sense

"Mediated right. So your immune system is recognizing this food as an invader and goes on attack mode you know and starts attacking it and releasing histamine and all kinds of signing kinds and then what happens in your body. Is this cascade. So that's why it's so hard with food allergies because your reaction can be mild. You can just have high. It's sometimes vomiting but then it can get severe very fast and that could be trouble breathing. Row closing a drop in blood pressure and it can even be left is threatening so it is this wide gamut right from very mild reactions very severe reactions and right now in the world of food allergy. We can't predict what you're going to have. It's so dependent on so many things you know. How much of it you aid if you're immune system's compromised in any way during that time there's so many variables that that's why quality of life is so hard because you don't know to accidentally ingest. Will it be a severe reaction that takes you to the emergency room. Mar a mild reaction. The immune system is of course as w saw right so i'm thinking evolution only maybe fifty thousand thousand years ago. These are sort of table right. The foods nuts and animals. That ho sapiens aid would come in with a small area and so from the audience perspective. They had very good here states. Do identify what the school and what's not Is that what is causing in. The modern context leading all sorts of different things package food and a lot of different things coming into the system at d'ivoire is somewhat confused in some ways. That's you know the question of why why in this one generation like you said generation ago when we were young. We didn't see this level of food allergies. Everyone was taking peanut butter and jelly school. Every day you know all those things you here and now in this generation you're seeing such high rates so what when you mentioned is exactly right like how did we eat back then..

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Fauci Says Mandatory COVID-19 Vaccines for Students a 'Good Idea'

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:39 sec | 3 months ago

Fauci Says Mandatory COVID-19 Vaccines for Students a 'Good Idea'

"Fauci Sunday called for mandatory covid vaccinations for school kids and mandatory mask use, Dr Anthony Fauci, head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, says, because Children under 12 aren't yet vaccine approved. Their risk of infection has risen drastically on ABC s this week, he says. That's where family and neighbors who get the shots can help. We can protect them by surrounding them with a community. People who are vaccinated. That's how you protect Children, he says. Mask wearing in schools can also help because even adults who are vaccinated can still spread the virus to Children. That's

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Dr. Cindy Geyer Explains Seasonal Allergies

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

02:40 min | 3 months ago

Dr. Cindy Geyer Explains Seasonal Allergies

"Welcome cindy get to be here is always so tell tell us. What is this problem with allergies. We're having this country. How prevalent is it. What are the symptoms of most people get a white causes it and and how does traditional medicine typically deal with this problem will allergies have been around for a long time so it's not a new problem it's when your immune system makes antibodies usually called aegean antibodies to something that you're breathing enter exposed to the environment like a dust allergy or a pollen allergy grass allergy and. When that happens these mast cells. That contain histamine dumped. Histamine calls all symptoms that we recognize as allergy symptoms congestion. Sneezing itchy nose. Itchy eyes watery eyes sometimes using tightness in the chest stick it can contribute to asthma and one of the things that sort of gets overlooked is just how exhausted people who have acted allergies concealing relate Just loma Fatigue so those are the classic symptoms. Even though it's not new the prevalence is unfortunately increasing There were people nowadays with allergies actual allergies than there were fifty years ago hundred years ago and we can talk about some of the reasons why that happens in typically. We're going to treat it or in traditional medicine retreat with identifying the allergen trying to remove it treating the symptoms with antihistamines may nasal. Steroids may be an inhaler for your lungs or trying. Desensitization shots were draws to try to down regulate that response and and what we see often is is for this resignation. That oh i've got allergies is just i got anything i can do about it so like e or i had to take these nasal sprays and the truth is most of the allergy medicine. They're pretty benign but the steroids. The steroids are not and they're often used pretty aggressively. Flo nase and name names the next. His hailed steroids. That may reduce symptoms. But then 'cause osteoporosis. In 'cause you know other immune suppressing issues and now people really suffer from these problems and and the question why are we so overreactive to things. That are just part of our normal environment. I mean that's a question asking allergies something. Humans get well. Guess what not necessarily when you look at populations indigenous cultures and you look at even kids who grew up in american

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Food Allergies in Children with Dr. Kenneth Bock

The Ultimate Health Podcast

02:44 min | 3 months ago

Food Allergies in Children with Dr. Kenneth Bock

"Talk more about food allergies. This is an interesting thing to delve into talk. Abo- how often you'd see people with these back in the day. He talked about this this patient back when you gave that lecture that you already working with with autism and then how commoner they these days how is that changed over the years. Well i think they're more common There's there's actually food allergies which is a classical food allergy reaction Kind of more like the immediate strawberries. Get hide so to speak And then there's more delayed reactions food sensitivities which are different than denies to. They're usually they can be very very disguised because it can happen later. It doesn't happen right away. but and so i think the incidence of allergies has increased because the immune systems. Our kids have gotten skewed. And i'm happy to talk a little bit that sufficient second because i think it's contributed but So there's more and more issue's gi issues especially in the partition population. But certainly all these kids with mood. Disorders anybody with a chronic illness whether it be physical or neuropsychiatric. But what have you. You have to look at the gut and that when there are problems in the gut that can contribute in the microbiome The good the good bacteria in the gut that could contribute to immune imbalances skewed immune systems and more food allergies and also food sensitivities. Where you know where if you have a permeable gut lining you. Don't you lose the integrity of the gut. Lining keep certain things out especially large molecules. They get in tight. Junctions get opened up. These large molecules getting the immune system. Seventy to seventy five percent which lies right under the this one layered epithelium in the gut allows these molecules to getting immune system sees them and they reacting appropriately with an immune reaction to something that they should be reacting to food. And so whether you get a food allergy reaction Action and. I do believe that this is. There's no question has been happening. More and more. We see it more. And more i think disruption to the microbiome the microbiome is that correction of the microorganisms got trillions of bacteria other organisms that hopefully are in a healthy diversity a healthy balance but frequently unfortunately not and that also contributes to increasing food allergies.

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Olympic Gold Medalist, Wyomia Tyus, on How She Developed Confidence in Her Running

Ali on the Run Show

02:40 min | 4 months ago

Olympic Gold Medalist, Wyomia Tyus, on How She Developed Confidence in Her Running

"You talk about how you are still pretty quiet and how he's telling you talk mar but what about when you were running. Was that different for you when you're out at the five. Am the nine and the one pm practice. Did you feel like you're running. Could speak for itself where you confident during those practices. Did you feel confident out there. You're smiling so let's hear what about no that was not i mean i was coming from a situation where mountain town i was getting beat by. France has been fast. Is quitting ready. I was the winner. That was the one that winning out the time and not putting in very many practices so Once those cracked is's were so hard at it and the ad just could not understand. Why would somebody do this. In a lot. To young girls went home. They call it and they went home and house. I got i could go home. Call me mom. And and i call the. We set up 'cause once a week. And i called until her. These practices so hard. I don't think i can do this. This is too much for me. I will ask. I want to come home. And she says well no. You can't come home. It was like what in the world wrong with this. And she says look. You don't have to go back next year but she must finish this year. Which was the best thing that happened to me. Although i don't attract steals is another part of being out there we would have time. Trials and allergies may coming lass and. That was the temple as teasing me because you know he might have the greatest form so he was. You know leans teaching us arms and lift knees and all of that now so mechanical with it. He's called the mechanical man. I swear mccall clinical. You need to worry laughs. Okay mr temple. The more he said oh gosh she just kept trying so hard not remember this one tag avail very and ground. She's passed on. She was working with me one day and she says to me you get this. You just need do have this. You could run you know. I know he was sick. I was the temperature. Saying how these things would you got this. You know good form you. It's just relaxed and relax. Are you need to and i. Don't i guess her saying that. It just made me more comfortable than Now i start writing

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Symptoms of Mold Exposure

A Healthy Bite - ThatOrganicMom

02:21 min | 4 months ago

Symptoms of Mold Exposure

"Two questions one. What are some of the symptoms of mold exposure and to can a family that lives in the same house. Have one person that has symptoms of mold exposure while other people in the family don't and then to expound on that. If i'm thinking answer's yes if so why does it happen. Okay so yes. You're correct answers. Yes basically how this works. Everybody has their own you know immune systems and their own. Let's call him talk city levels right. You have thresholds certain people are gonna reach those thresholds fashion others and there's so many variables right so for instance if the husband or wife getting. Let's say and they're not feeling well a could be because when they were a kid they were exposed to environmental exposures. That kind of are at that helped them reach that threshold sooner than the other person so not point there they have. They're having these exposures they're starting to just it just gets triggered it gets exacerbated and essentially they start feeling these effects way worse than than some other people i. I noticed usually in a family of four. It's usually one of four or two of the four that are not feeling well and the other two are typically fine which can make things a little difficult in terms of just getting that support system that you need. It's hard to. It's hard to support someone around. Something you haven't experienced yourself aren't human nature. Essentially what are the symptoms of a range. I would say the biggest implants that year of our brain fog. Chronic fatigue syndrome have eczema skin. Rashes is etcetera. You have definitely cognitive impairment on top of the brain fog. Were you know you're it's not just like you're taking longer to come up with thoughts. You're losing trains of thought entirely. I'll have from on the phone. And i'm asking questions Like just mid stride dif- completely forgot what they're talking about or were they. Were you know we just obviously have the patience to kinda talk things through in and get them back on track. I it's really. It's really sad and scary. Stop while the other things respiratory infection in respiratory disease a you have basically the onset of cold never quite goats those away. These allergy like

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AJ Wolfe: Why I Started a Disney Food Blog

The Zest

02:45 min | 4 months ago

AJ Wolfe: Why I Started a Disney Food Blog

"My name is aj wolf. And i run a media. Company one of our websites and youtube channels and everything is associated with disney food blog. Okay when and how did you get into this. Two thousand nine is when this particular site started. We have a few other sites in our company. We started those a little bit earlier. She thousand nine was the beginning of dfb and it was mostly because back. Then people weren't really talking about food at disneyworld in disney parks. They were real focused on rides. They were real focused on. You know all of the rest of it but there was almost kind of a stigma about talking about food. People didn't want to be known as as folks you really cared that much about their theme park food. But i kind of wanted this site to exist in. There was another site called. Wd w foods where this couple would just go to disneyworld a couple times a year and put up pictures of their food. And i thought this is great. And i kept refreshing. That page hoping that they'd go back to disneyworld than so you're all i want this to exist. Then there must be other people who wanted to exist and so i started the site for that purpose. There are lots of people who wanted it to exist and we can see by bass following. So what do you think. It is about disney food. And who's actually following people who go to disney people who fantasize about going to disney. So i think it's a little bit of everything and yeah. People are super interested in food at their theme parks for multiple reasons. I is that you're going to spend a ton of money on it and at disneyworld specifically you have to book your restaurants really far in advance especially those really expensive really popular restaurants. It used to be six months in advance right now. It's sitting at two months in advance. But you figure you're gonna probably spend more money on food than your per ticket than potentially even your hotel and so this could be the most expensive part of your trip. Why would you not want. You wouldn't just arrive at disneyworld randomly. Choose a hotel like you're gonna research you're gonna figure out what hotel make sense for usa. Why wouldn't you do the same with food. And i think that the people who are following people who are big disney fans and love disney and are going to disney all the time and also people who are brand new to disney and just have no idea what to expect. And i hope they're following because it really can completely change your trip if you have planned out where to spend your money on food especially if you have allergies in your family or picky eaters or you're going to be in certain places. At certain

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A Conversation With Former Pastor Keith Giles on His Book, Jesus Unforsaken

Spark My Muse

01:43 min | 4 months ago

A Conversation With Former Pastor Keith Giles on His Book, Jesus Unforsaken

"Your book even though it's about atonement which people might think oth- theory of atonement book. Maybe that's not for me. But i appreciate that you write this in an extremely accessible way. You actually cover seven different kinds of atonement theories and i think many people will be surprised to realize that there's that many they may have heard of one possibly influencing their life or possibly two or three. But what's really interesting. Is how each theory of atonement has a kind of origin story. A kind of cultural place and time in history that it came from. And you talk about on page twenty seven the gospel that jesus preached is not about getting us into heaven after we die. It's about getting heaven into us before we die before i jump in really into deeper things. I just wanted to ask you as part of this unserious. Did you feel that. Atonement was one of the top things that people misunderstand to me a little bit about how the book came together. The jesus on series is really all about as people could probably tell hearing the titles. Were reading off really is about sort of tackling. But i kind of see as pillars in evangelical christian. Faith the allergy that. I think that's largely misunderstood. A lot of it has more on tradition than what the scriptures actually teach. When you get down to it. I think a lot of it's about fear of manipulation things like that so i wanted to kind of expose that china light on and hopefully give people better theology and better ways of thinking about these things and and by the way things that are based on scripture that are based on church history.

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Congressman Devin Nunes Thinks Mask Mandate Is Political Decision

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:58 min | 4 months ago

Congressman Devin Nunes Thinks Mask Mandate Is Political Decision

"Congressman devin nunes. Welcome back to america i. It's good to be with you. So i know i'm just a humble radio host and you're just a humble farmer but isn't there. Some scientific problem with the announcement made forty five minutes ago that if you'll vaccinated you can put on one of these little thin tissue mosques and you must do so in signed buildings. I'd love your reaction to this latest announcement for them. Cdc first of all looked extremely political. Because you had a couple of days ago they said well we're going to look at it. We might have to do it. It just doesn't seem like we're following the science and if you go back to before. This outbreak began. It was always you had to wear an in ninety five mask or better radical right. Yeah if you were if you had any if you were worried if you if you had underlying conditions and and you were concerned about getting sick that was the that was the major mass that you aware. Also you mentioned farming. the also would have to wear it in ninety five mask and agricultural time. It's out in the dust. And then you have allergies things of that nature so this is it just smells political There's no evidence that these masks have worked. You have states. That never had a mask mandate states that that did you. We know that this really attacked the the senior population especially in nursing homes. Where when we're went Where just went viral and and and really killed a lot of people earlier and and look i. This is the thing that bothers me. The one thing that nobody's talking about that. I try to tell everybody that that i talked to and they asked me about covert are be ready in case you get it because the therapeutics can work and you really need to get treated immediately just like you would get treated immediately if you've got strep throat

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"allergy" Discussed on Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored

Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored

07:49 min | 5 months ago

"allergy" Discussed on Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored

"I remember it is just not allergy. Medications is the pan. The adirondacks courtrai matai title law. Pm advil pm dram e the good old grabbing me. Okay if you take it. Once in a while for motion sickness could not. You're not gonna have a problem but you take it every day for two months. You're going to have cognitive impairment. According to this study there's dozens of drugs that fall into the category of anti-collor urge. Ix so you know you could see why seniors especially that go to multiple doctors and contain two or more of these drugs that contain this this type of pharmacologic. So you know people always report. Don't you as you get older. You hear it. I'm forgetful on confused. I'm a bit fuzzy. Maybe it's because they're on this type of medication. There was a woman who told consumer group that after taking district pan for iraq. Bladder for four years. She would arrive at work and have no memory how she got there and other women have reporting how they are forgetting how to use common everyday objects. And please don't go cold turkey. On stopping these specially anti-depressants they have to be discontinued. Very slowly okay. That's my my. That's why we're doing this program today just to let you know you know you have allergies but the treatment by be worse than the sneezing of course Looks like every spring and summer. They allergies last longer are somewhat am unbearable. I'm sure. cvs allergy doctors. Just love this type of weather. But gosh when you think that these type of medication shrink your brain you know which i just. I wouldn't advise any of my friends or relatives to take these medications unless it was absolutely necessary. Just remember just for a couple of months. It can impair your ability to think and remember things. Indiana university large study. They looked at over. Four hundred and fifty brain scans and the ones that took the anti-colonial Had smaller brains size matters. A bigger brain is better than smaller brain. And you know what. Brain shrinkage is a classic early warning sign of alzheimer's okay. This is this making sense to you. I hope so allergy drugs. Brain shrinkage alzheimer's. Now there's one drug you should be really conscious about is called zertec drug really works but there's a dark side to it and i haven't heard this side of it on any commercials. Why because really risky. If you've been taking it for a while to stop it because why don't you runs ertak. You may never ever be able to get off of it. This reaction has been described like a mosquito bite that covers your entire body. Others reported that their hands and feet felt like they were on fire no matter what they tried for relief all when they attempted to stop taking zyrtec. That's right zyrtec. Probably one of the best selling allergy drugs that your doctor may tell you to take for itching. Hundreds have set in reports to the people's pharmacy and other websites telling their stories about the relentless itching. Burning and hives. That can appear all over your body when you try to quit using the drug. It seems that most doctors don't know about these horrible withdrawal symptoms from zyrtec and other drugs that contain the ingredient citrusy. And you're not gonna hear about from our our. Fda one woman tells how she stopped taking the drug after three years because she was going for allergy testing soon afterwards. Her entire body started itching so horribly that you had to go to the er and that's what she took us air tech by accident within ten minutes. All the symptoms went away since then. She has told that she tried at least ten times to quit the drug with no success the itching simply got worse each time. Another user told of trying get off of it many times but the horrible skin itching burned so badly that she had to start taking it again. The people's pharmacy. That's a website capital. Pop lan capital. P. h. a. r. m. a. c. y. They notified the fda of these reports four years ago. But it said quote there is still nothing in the medical that you're prescribing information about withdrawal symptoms unquote and i would have been actively practicing. I would suspect that the medical community is indifferent about this report. There is some good news though. I mean if you call it good news if you can tough it out for few for several weeks he centers more than likely will go away so while a matted what could you do. What in place of allergy did you ever hear a butter. Bor b. u. T. t. e. r. b. You're believe it or not. It's one of the most well. Researched highly regarded supplements allergy relief. A swiss study found. It was just as effective as taken an antihistamine for hay fever. And guess what you did not get drowsy. Say settlement called grapeseed extract and carson. Everyone knows about courses in. I hope you're still taking it for the so called scam democ. And the course Grape seed extract their owner. Go by more powerful when used with vitamin c. Now physician from columbia university college of physicians and surgeons. Doctored dillard says that Can quote contain the release of histamine and other chemicals that initiate their.

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"allergy" Discussed on Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored

Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored

07:49 min | 5 months ago

"allergy" Discussed on Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored

"I remember it is just not allergy. Medications institure pan the adirondacks courtrai matai title law. Pm advil pm dram e good old grabbing me. Okay if you take it. Once in a while for motion sickness could not. You're not gonna have a problem but you take it every day for two months. You're going to have cognitive impairment. According to this study there's dozens of drugs that fall into the category of anti-cholera urge. Ix see why seniors especially that go to multiple doctors and contain two or more of these drugs that contain this this type of pharmacologic. So you know people always report. Don't you as you get older. You hear it. I'm forgetful on confused. I'm a bit fuzzy. Maybe it's because they're on this type of medication. There was a woman who told consumer group that after taking district pan for iraq. Bladder for four years. She would arrive at work and have no memory how she got there and other women have reporting how they are forgetting how to use common everyday objects. And please don't go cold turkey. On stopping these specially anti-depressants they have to be discontinued. Very slowly okay. That's my my. That's why we're doing this program today just to let you know you know you have allergies but the treatment by be worse than the sneezing of course Looks like every spring and summer. They allergies last longer are somewhat am unbearable. I'm sure. cvs allergy doctors. Just love this type of weather. But gosh when you think that these type of medication shrink your brain you know which i just. I wouldn't advise any of my friends relatives to take these medications unless it was absolutely necessary. Just remember just for a couple of months. It can impair your ability to think and remember things. Indiana university large study. They looked at over. Four hundred and fifty brain scans and the ones that took the anti-colonial Had smaller brains size matters. A bigger brain is better than smaller brain. And you know what. Brain shrinkage is a classic early warning sign of alzheimer's okay. This is this making sense to you. I hope so allergy drugs. Brain shrinkage alzheimer's. Now there's one drug you should be really conscious about is called zertec drug really works but there's a dark side to it and i haven't heard this side of it on any commercials. Why because really risky. If you've been taking it for a while to stop it because why don't you runs ertak. You may never ever be able to get off of it. This reaction has been described like a mosquito bite that covers your entire body. Others reported that their hands and feet felt like they were on fire no matter what they tried for relief all when they attempted to stop taking zyrtec. That's right zyrtec. Probably one of the best selling allergy drugs that your doctor may tell you to take for itching. Hundreds have set in reports to the people's pharmacy and other websites telling their stories about the relentless itching. Burning and hives. That can appear all over your body when you try to quit using the drug. It seems that most doctors don't know about these horrible withdrawal symptoms from zyrtec and other drugs that contain the ingredient citrusy. And you're not gonna hear about from our our. Fda one woman tells how she stopped taking the drug after three years because she was going for allergy testing soon afterwards. Her entire body started itching so horribly that you had to go to the er and that's what she took us air tech by accident within ten minutes. All the symptoms went away since then. She has told that she tried at least ten times to quit the drug with no success. The itching simply got worse each time. Another user told of trying get off of it many times but the horrible skin. Itching burned so badly that she had to start taking it again. The people's pharmacy a website capital pop lan capital p. h. a. r. m. a. c. y. They notified the fda of these reports four years ago. But it said quote there is still nothing in the medical that you're prescribing information about withdrawal symptoms unquote and i would have been actively practicing. I would suspect that the medical community is indifferent about this report. There is some good news though. I mean if you call it good news if you can tough it out for few for several weeks he centers more than likely will go away so while a matted what could you do. What in place of allergy did you ever hear a butter. Bor b. u. T. t. e. r. b. You're believe it or not. It's one of the most well. Researched highly regarded supplements allergy relief. A swiss study found. It was just as effective as taken an antihistamine for hay fever. And guess what you did not get drowsy say settlement called seed extract and carson. Everyone knows about courses in. I hope you're still taking it for the so called scam democ. And the course Grape seed extract their owner. Go by more powerful when used with vitamin c. Now physician from columbia university college of physicians and surgeons. Doctored dillard says that Can quote contain the release of histamine and other chemicals that initiate their.

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What to Eat During Allergy Season

Diet Science

02:23 min | 5 months ago

What to Eat During Allergy Season

"So these are foods to avoid during the seasons to the time. Where we're we're we're having these allergies. Well i'm gonna talk first about foods that can help okay. they can help. Lower the reaction of seasonal. And then i'll talk about some foods that make it worse very good. Yeah so what are the good ones so the good ones number one is onions. Okay so there are an excellent source. Of course it. In which is a bioflavonoids compound that we actually have done a podcast on before And you immediate exist in foods and you see it. also as a dietary supplement. Onions are an excellent natural source. Of course it. In and in fact onions are the highest source they have the most courson per serving and so of course it and acts as a natural anti histamine so it reduces the symptoms of seasonal allergies and onions also contain a number of other anti inflammatory antioxidant compounds. So he can't go wrong with including onions in your diet during allergy season and just one more note on that raw red onions have the highest concentration of course it and then that's followed by white onions and then the green onions which we call scallions so and also cooking onions will reduce the core certain content. So it's probably better to eat raw an all right so you know if you like raw onions on a sandwich and a salad. The best way to get them the other really important types of foods are citrus citrus. 's and and other foods that are high in vitamin c but with citrus they have essential oils that are found in Like oranges tangerines and lemons. Which have an anti histamine effect and that can help. Relaxed the nasal passages and then of course eating foods high in vitamin c has been shown to decrease allergic rhinitis which is basically what seasonal allergies arts and irritation of the upper respiratory tract. That's caused by the pollen so During the allergy season load up on vitamin c. fruit citrus fruits And then also other foods that have vitamin c such as like bell peppers and berries Broccoli is also a food that has vitamin c in it.

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What's Causing Your Swarming Summer Allergies

Green Wisdom Health Podcast by Dr. Stephen and Janet Lewis

02:17 min | 6 months ago

What's Causing Your Swarming Summer Allergies

"Dr lewis. Can you tell us why allergies or here. Why are people having runny snotty sneezing snorting things happening to them. I don't have a clue. But i can tell you. Some of the root causes in the pray people can figure it out. Yesterday is doing a consultation with katharina. And she's very interesting lady and she was talking about the different immunoglobulins and she's asking some incredibly brilliant questions. she's very very educated and she was talking about the immunoglobulin a g e etc etc. And she says well how come this. How come i said. Let's let's boil it down. Because i'm good at that for example What happens is and we'll talk about all kinds of things coz normally do Most of the time. It's microbiome induced inflammation. That means you have a gut flora. That's not what it should be and it can to a very large degree disrupt your metabolism which can cause weight gain folks if you're five ten pounds overweight or more you have despite houses. Gut inflammation The tendency toward well allergies if nothing else are histamine reactions or asada kane storm and what happens is and she was asking. Well why do we have this The problem is it's normal for the nutrients as you digest to pass through the line of your intestinal wall and that's called epithelium But what happens is we have most of us have low stomach acid not enough digestive enzymes because of the interference with the heavy metals and plastics and pesticides. So we don't get Complete digestion then. The partially digested food. What happens is it seeps through the epithelium and since it's only partially digested it's a molecule that your immune system doesn't recognize and so it starts putting out antibodies or immunoglobulins against this and it it detects it so to speak as an intruder And thinks it's toxic and baiter and that's where the antibodies come

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"allergy" Discussed on QuaranTEEN

QuaranTEEN

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"allergy" Discussed on QuaranTEEN

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"allergy" Discussed on QuaranTEEN

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07:58 min | 1 year ago

"allergy" Discussed on QuaranTEEN

"How to use an Epi pen and I will talk you through minute but first I'm GonNa read this. If anyone around, you has a severe allergic reaction, it's difficult to know what to do but it's definitely unnecessary seem to now see your friend has an allergic reaction first off howdy another having allergic reaction a universal way to alert someone that you can't breathe is putting your hands around your throat. If they are having trouble breathing, they may say so and you might notice some high around their mouth typically I if they can still breathe debut to give them Benadryl. But if they're struggling debris, this indicates NFL lactic reaction and it should be given the EPI pen it right away. Of course, always alert an adult immediately and have someone call nine one. Take the cap off the EPI pen if necessary, you can use it through close but tried to expose the person by the person having allergic reaction should not be standing but they can sit or lie down hold the APP pens strongly in a fist and swing the poupon. into the by orange part I, you should hear a click. This means that the EPI pen was administered correctly. Hold the Abbey Pen there for ten seconds. And then in the magazine I made a video of me demonstrating how to use an EPI pen while using a trainer of course. I. Wasn't actually going to shoot veins. And then also, I showed how to do Avi Cute, which is the similar technology. The mailman outside if you're hearing some weird noise backgrounds, but right now, I'll just talk about the Q. 'cause I already explained the experts to the his very similarly has the same stuff, but he actually talks you through it, which is great. So I have it right here and I will open the trainer. So you have to hear it says. All, right. Here we go. This trainer contains no needle or drug and his training purposes only do not use this trainer during an allergic emergency. If you are ready to use poll read safety guard down off of this trainer. Please black end against outer by Ben pushed firmly until you hear a click and his found an old in place for two seconds. To One. Training complete. Yup So it's Still talking for training purposes. The Red Safety, guard and cray outer case. Awesome. So yeah that's that's the I think I didn't as noise just deport. But The thing is trainer. Training purposes. The. Card and grey. Outer case. I got. All right. So here. The RBQ unnaturally cool because it does the same thing with the actual not just a trainer. But. If you WANNA see a really bad video of me, trying to explain it but my computer having really low quality go check that out in the magazine. And here's a quote that I wrote because I'm just so inspirational that I just I quote myself now So I said if we educate children hundred and. We would make the world safer place for so many people while I know that Sanchez eavesdrop. So, let's do just that you know in reading magazines wasn't a podcast like these you're helping educate yourself. But if you share this magazine or podcast people, you're educating others. Thank you for reading this issue of your crash course, which was fake magazine name I meet up. Remember to stay stay safe and stay smart, and then had on my references. And I would reach my references but that's unfortunately not very interesting. So that seems like a good place to end. Unto the Tro. All right. Let's just jump right into it. So what are allergies and how do they work? Allergies are linked to win the immune system overreacts to a harmless substance. These substances can be peanuts, pollen latex or BS. I just took those four things because they were completely different from each other, but it can be anything. Bodies whose these substances as they are dangerous, which can lead to an anaphylactic reaction. anticlimactic reactions can become life threatening and include, but are not limited to swelling trouble breathing and in a worst-case scenario shock. Our knowledge on the cause of our allergic reactions has changed a lot when I was a young child. A general rule of thumb from the American Academy of Pediatrics was to avoid milk until age one egg in peanuts until age two and fish and treatment until age. According to CNN recommendations to avoid allergenic foods until children were older stoops add name stoops the thought process at the time was well, if we avoid any exposure, maybe the allergic response won't develop over time. However, it was discovered that if the body was given earlier exposure to the. It would not have it would have more time to adopt and the body would not have any allergens. The current reports from the A. P. Recommends introducing peanuts as early as four to six months of age for infants at high risk akina allergy like so for example, presence of severe asthma and or a allergy for infants at low risk of peanut allergies asthma or food allergy panel recommended introduction of peanut containing food when age appropriate and depending on family preferences and cultural practices. So I e after six months of age if exclusively breastfeeding. So it really resonated with me. There is the quote. The current report from the AARP recommends introducing peanuts as early as four six months because as a big difference from when I was child. Here I have three statistics because it's a magazine and it looks pretty. So more than what of children with more than two allergies have been bullied about their allergies from Finra and the next two are also from. US Twenty five billion dollars is how much it costs for us, families annually to care for children with food allergies, and around fifteen percent of children with food allergies do not go to restaurants. So it is a big problem is really impacting people's lives. Alright beyond the external. The anatomy of allergic reactions. After said in allergy is irrational response to a harmless substance and essentially a mistake your immune system makes when these dangerous substances or discovered the immune system crees, antibodies or immunoglobin that remain on the alert for that particular Allergen. When you're exposed to the allergist again, these antibodies can release a number of immune system chemicals such as Histamine that cause allergy symptoms to quote from Mayo Clinic ended that was. Types of allergies knowing actually do this I this or that intolerance. Nineteen percent of US adults believe that they are allergic to certain foods that's equipped for medical news today. What causes someone to falsely believe they have an allergy these citizens may have an intolerance or different less dangerous type of reaction. Unlike allergies, the immune system is not involved, there is simply a problem digesting the food intolerances to substance like lactose and gluten are common and lots of people have environmental intolerances, grass or a specific kind of tree. And allergies the body creates an allergic antibody IGA or open to try and dispose the food in an organic reaction but intolerances have no relationship with I G. Types of allergies. allergens are plentiful and are not limited to solely food or environmental matter according to the College of Allergy Asthma enemy analogy there are twelve different types of allergies food skin, dust, insect skit sting that's insect sting. Pet I drug allergic rhinitis price that wrong latex mold sinus infection cockroach, and when I did my original guests on this I really elaborated by reading a bunch of quotes.

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04:31 min | 1 year ago

"allergy" Discussed on QuaranTEEN

"Are edible oils resulting process that involves de gumming neutralizing bleaching and deodorizing. The oil is extracted from plant based starting materials such as soybeans and peanuts one benefit of the refining process. Is that the undesirable. Free FATTY ACIDS GUMS. Faucets are removed eliminating undesired odors and imparting uniform color consistency to the oil. The other is not the resulting. Oil is left. Virtually free of allergic allergenic proteins according to the institute shortening and edible oils are a sedan Wondering are highly refined oils safer with allergies the FDA states the FDA exams highly refined peanut oil from being labeled as an Allergen studies show that most individuals of the peanut allergy can safely EP and oil but not cold pressed expelled or extracting oil sometimes representatives gourmet oils. You're allergic to peanuts. Ask Your doctor whether or not you should avoid peanut oil. You're considering doing a highly refined peanut oil challenge a lot of places in the South Hallier. Vimy no oil instead of actually chick-fil-a we don't ever eat there. We hope we can change that. However many people we know with peanut allergies do eat there so it really just depends on the individual and their physicians now be pens autographs. So how does the epinephrine work first off? The EPI pen is like a shortage of epinephrine. Aunt it's just what you give your kid after they have had a reaction and it has to be very severe like it goes to go to the hospital. Xyz But live science states effort works by reversing the symptoms of antef Lexus. For example. A person's blood pressure plummets during an ineffective reaction because the blood vessels. Relax Inn dilate. Epinephrine causes the blood vessels to constrict which raises blood pressure. According to Mylan de Maker of pens in addition anthrax can cause a person's airways to constrict making it difficult for that person debris epinephrine relaxes the muscles of the Airways so that the person can breathe according to Effort also increases a person's heart rate which helps improve blood flow and in the APP pens. It's religious putting you into shock which is really scary but it works in the Avi Queue so our family used in EPI pen up until about two years ago. We may switch to the argue. This is basically the same thing except it's smaller more compact and it talks to you basically in case emergency if someone doesn't know how to operate in EPI pen the Ova Q. Apply the instructions out loud. The you know what to do. Both epipens in accused come trainers so that that they don't have any medicine in them. So you can practice using conclusion on this kind of about one other important thing. I like to add. Stop Joking about allergies. These jokes are not funny. Oftentimes our family will be around others mills as something along the lines of. Oh we Kenny Sir. Guy And people will laugh. It's not funny. I mean I've even meant to brunches my grandparents uncles aunts cousins being. I was the only one there. My immediate family and I got a peanut butter waffle. My family was just joking about high. Should some I can scare my brother off with peanut butter. That wasn't funny at all and I even I told them. I said I don't find that funny. This is a life threatening situation. It's not a joke and then even like celebrities. Think it's funny in twenty eighteen interview with Jimmy Fallon Ricky Job as decided. It would be funny to joke about not allergies. Here's a transcript of what he said on the plane they're saying. Oh we're not hanging out nuts because this lady Even someone else nuts in the vicinity causing a fatal reaction and I talked about this on the show that I was furious right. The Guy was going. Oh God just because someone's GonNa die and not allowed to eat nuts and I do this. I did this whole routine. I'm going I wish I brought my own nussle on it and I said and now when I fly in case that happens again I have a shower and I just rub myself all over nuts right in later. He talks about how he got backlash from it. And some seven year. Old Girl with a severe allergy from the video task in the take the comments back estates. She went into dear Mr driven than fatal You Know No. That's that's five to six. These things are not a laughing matter and this is instead infuriating and I will repeat again. Allergies are not a joke or a laughing matter.

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03:53 min | 1 year ago

"allergy" Discussed on QuaranTEEN

"All right. So now we're GONNA talk about food allergies versus intolerances and These bullets are taken from allergies. So a food allergy the immune system to food that is typically harmless but in an intolerance the immune system is not involved with the response in a food allergy The immune system creates allergic antibody also known as GE to take up to try to get the food out of the body but in food intolerances. There's just a problem digesting the suit With an allergy you can develop even if the food has been eaten frequently in the past. Though this is unusual and food intolerances. The response is not as dangerous as more reaction in an allergy. Also there are some immunologically. Immune the lodge Immunologically driven reactions. The food is non Ge mediated reaction. These reactions are not related to Antibodies examples reactions which occur in the Safa gifts and another example is protein induced syndrome. Also known Fries but with pink that have in our our food allergies in growth so to kids with food allergies says. Why are there so many more kids with allergies? Now than when I was a kid. She'd allergies are on the rise but no one knows why. The percentage of children with a food allergy has increased by about fifty percent between nineteen ninety seven and two thousand eleven one and thirteen children the US now food allergy around fifteen million people in the US have a few dollars. Okay now worried about legal which is kind of sort of related. It's not like the most related but it's still there it makes sense You may not know this but everyone who has dollars or the relatives should know how to read labels. I encourage you political able right now to check it out. Do you see the bottom where it says stuffing bold messages. It may say something like may contain tree nuts or contains milk and soy. Maybe it'll say processing facility with peanuts and tree nuts or it may even say processed on equipment with peanuts and nuts these are also include a these also include other allergens but they are only required to include the top eight which we already said. Are Egg fish station or shellfish tree. Not Sweet peanuts and soybeans actually sesame on my brothers alerted to ninth one so we have to search entirely legal. It's kind of annoying but I mean it's good to be thorough. But what do these labels really meet the May contain Lee will is really annoying and FDA recommends using recommends against using asleep will for our family. We avoid these items. Because it's just better to be safe than sorry items. Like eminem is continuously that they may contain peanuts for facility on basically the facility label means that in general the place that they manufactured item. There are the allergens listed but it isn't a separate area and there should be no cross contamination however it is possible some family stay away from these but we take the various small risk He's never had a problem with these items before for example kit. Kat is in a facility with peanuts. Equipment.

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12:17 min | 1 year ago

"allergy" Discussed on QuaranTEEN

"Wait House says new small boat new small business loan programs out of money leaving many firm Firms GRASPING FOR LIFELINES CLINK The Washington Post sports news according to CBS sports PGA tour schedule season. To turn JIN WITH NO FANS AT I. Four months six majors in twenty twenty twenty one other news and finally Kimberlin told informed US set new magnetic brain therapy relieved depression in ninety percent of the participants in small part. Now let's jump into this upset with some vocab so the asthma and Allergy Foundation of America also is a F- a states when someone has allergies immune system makes an antibody called immunity Also known as g these. Antibodies respond to allergens systems that The symptoms that results are in allergic reaction. There are seven main types of allergies drug food insects. Latex MOLD PET IN POLAND. I'll explain these were series of quotes from the AFA for all good information and that is starting right now. Drug allergies many people. Use the term medicine allergy drug allergy. The majority reaction caused by medications are more correctly termed as adverse reactions to drugs. True drug allergies are rare in caused by the immune system food allergies. Food Allergy occurs when the body's immune systems is a certain sued harmful and reacts by calling symptoms. Who'S THE CAUSE ALLERGIC. Reactions are allergens. There are different types of allergic reactions to food there is the I g. e Mediated which these ones. The body's immune system makes antibodies called IMMUNOGLOBIN E. These antibodies react with a certain food and caused symptoms in the US. Most common cause of food allergy are these eight foods. We will talk more about later. But milk egg peanut. Trina soy wheat fish Shellfish or stations and then also for food or do there's the non mediated other parts of the body's immune system react to a certain food. This reaction causes symptoms but not does not involve in energy antagonize. Someone who tele can have both I. G mediated end nine. Iga mediated food allergies. All people who reacting a certain food having our jeet in May have a food. Intolerance examples are lactose intolerance. Gluten Talents. Were still fight sensitivity. Food Intolerance is not involved. The immune system mull talk more about this later insect allergies. Many people think of warm weather when they want when they think of insects allergies. Warm weather does signal the arrival of some unwanted visitors stinging and biting insects. However you can find two very common bugs all year long in homes. These neither one needs to bite or sting you to call the mortar reaction that both trigger allergy and asthma in many people. We are going to go in depth on this right now So STINGING INSECTS. These WASPS quantites yellow jackets and ants are the most common stinging insects that caused allergic reaction when these insects do they inject a toxic substance called. Benham. Most people stung by insects. Recover within hours or days in others. This venom can trigger life threatening allergic reaction biting insects the jazz mosquitoes kissing bugs. Bedbug bed bugs or bedbugs bedbugs. Police uncertain flies are the most common biting insects known to cause allergic reaction. Most people bitten by insects suffer pain redness itching stinging minor swelling in the area around the bite rarely insect bites can trigger a life threatening or degree action. A bite from Lonestar tick can cause people to develop allergy to meet. Not We're these takes carry Alpha Gal a sugar when a tick bite the person it transfers Alpha Gal into the bloodstream person's immune system reacts to it Alpha Gal is found in the mammals. Meat beef lamb or pork if you have allergy symptoms after eating meat CNN largest Household pets nonstop and Non Biting. Insects can also cause allergic reactions. Pests not pets like dogs Particularly cockroaches an insect dust mites. These two insects may be the most common cause of year round allergy and asthma unlike unlike a cockroach dust mite is too small though. See with the naked eye. The cockroach dust mites waste embody calls merge reactions they can also trigger asthma symptoms and Optima tax and again I just thinks is important to stress. We're taking all of this information from the ASA. What are the signs of an allergic reaction to insects? Most Stung or bitten by insects suffer pain redness itching minor swelling in the area around the bite or sting. This is a normal reaction. Most people get better within hours or days. An allergic reaction to insects. That don't Stinger. Bite like cockroaches or dust mites is different. You may sneeze. Cough have a runny or stuffy. Nose or Itchy eyes Knows now sore throat. These symptoms can be confused with a common cold but last weeks or months at a time. If you have asthma and allergic reaction could trigger asthma symptoms or asthma attack. People with can have a serious allergic reaction stinging or biting insects. A life threatening large reaction in a flexes producers Signs and symptoms that require immediate medical attention without immediate treatment. Influxes can make caused Symptoms usually involve more than one organ system. Which is a part of a body such as scare mouth alongside the heart in the gut? Some symptoms include skin. Rashes CHING HIVES. Swollen lips throat or tongue shortness of breath trouble breathing or eating which is whistling sound breathing dizziness. Fainting stomach pain vomiting bloating or diarrhea. Another round. They said which I thought was interesting. Feeling like something awful about having other serious but non reactions include a toxic reaction. That happens when the body reacts to insect that. I'm like this poison. Toxic reaction can include symptoms similar to those allergic reaction. Other symptoms include nausea fever fainting seizures shock and even death serum sickness with Which is in unusual reaction to a foreign substance in the body? It can cause symptoms hours days after the sting bite symptoms include fever joint pain other flu like symptoms and sometimes highs. Now let's move onto. Latex allergies are the term latex refers to the protein in the staff of the Brazilian revelry it also refers to natural rubber products made from that south. Latex is in many everyday products such as balloons are rubber bands etcetera contracts with these products can leave an allergic reaction. Some people have allergic reactions by breathing. In Latex fibers in the air some people have allergic reactions from skin contact with TEX synthetically texts. Such as that in latex paint does not come from this of Brazilian mercury exposure to synthetic text is not caused the symptoms of Latex Allergy. What causes an allergy to latex? Many people use the term latex allergy but not all reactions to latex are due to having a true allergy till it checks and more reactions abnormal response of the immune system to a Harlem. It's harmless substance. People with latex allergies. Have over since oversensitive. Immune systems their immune system reacts latex as if it were at harmful stop substance mode. Our mold allergies the symptoms of mold. Allergy are very sympton similar symptoms of other allergies such as SNEEZING ITCHING. Running nose congestion in dry scaling skin. Outdoor molds can cause symptoms in summer or fall or year round in some climates. Indoor mold may cause allergy symptoms year round mold spores get into your nose and cause hay fever symptoms it can also reach lungs trigger asthma. I chemical released the allergy cells in the nose and or lungs causes symptoms. Sometimes the reaction happens right away. Sometimes mold allergy can cause delays in dens league nasal congestion or worsening asthma overtime symptoms often get worse in damp or moldy room like a basement this naming that you have a mold. Allergy pet allergy allergies to pets with for our common especially among people who have other allergies asthma in the United States. As many as three in ten people with allergies have allergic reactions to cats and dogs. Cat Allergies are about twice as common as dog. Allergies. I think this is kind of interesting because I have a dog allergy. Even cat allergies Lives but any. Is there such thing as a hypoallergenic? Now this is a common misconception because people with dog allergies may be more sensitive to some breed of dogs than others. Some people may be allergic. Shoot not all dogs. Or all depends. People may think certain breeds of dogs are hypoallergenic. But a truly non allergenic or cat does not exist. What.

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01:32 min | 1 year ago

"allergy" Discussed on QuaranTEEN

"Thank you for listening to this episode of one. The APP total but the bonus just on us. And what can I do today? We're going to be talking argies. What causes do about severe allergy to most nuts and sesame. You know interest unhampered episode with one minute of headlines. Update you on the world around us what. Abc News started off this Thursday by stating KUNA virus government response. Updates trump to speak with governor's saying he'll announce navy opening guidelines to Washington Post reported protesters clogged Michigan. Capital protests lockdown earlier today. Nbc News claimed to felons Wisconsin. Prison residents told. Lock your doors World News. One Fox News informed readers that British were to bettering raises more than sixteen million dollars. Help doctors nurses drinker unwise to Forbes published one hundred forty plus KUNA virus survivors re-test positive for disease in South Korea raising questions about immunity. Three Miami Herald discussed how Florida growing bars cases. Pass to twenty two thousand eight hundred as death. Toll Jumps to six hundred thirty three business news..