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Unredacted Emails Show Scientist Doubt Over Origins of COVID

Mark Levin

01:47 min | 3 d ago

Unredacted Emails Show Scientist Doubt Over Origins of COVID

"Through a freedom of information lawsuit guardian reporter Jimmy Tobias obtained newly unredacted emails detailing both the February 1st 2020 teleconference between doctor Anthony Fauci director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and virologists discussing the SARS CoV-2 virus as well as correspondence pertaining to COVID-19's possible origins After a long foia fight he tweets out I just received a bunch of new unredacted emails detailing his teleconference Emily cop a reporter with the nonprofit investigative research group U.S. right to know has incorporated these findings into an extensive and detailed timeline concerning the proximal origin of SARS CoV-2 She noted that in February 2020 when the aforementioned teleconference took place Several top virologists sought to examine the nature of the coronavirus that would go on to kill tens of millions of people worldwide Although the ultimately concluded in the journal nature medicine at the virus had not been engineered stating quote we do not believe that any type of laboratory based scenario is plausible behind the scenes it was a great deal of doubt Many of the scientists who were attempting to account for the origin of the Führer cleavage site on the virus's spike protein responsible for its relatively high infectivity were confronted with the strong possibility of human intervention U.S. rights in a reported that in January 2020 Danish evolutionary biologists and Scripps research institute immunology professor Christian G Anderson raised the matter of a gain of function study that looked like a how to manual for building the Wuhan coronavirus in a laboratory

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Donald Trump Teases Major Announcement on Nov. 15

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:08 min | 2 weeks ago

Donald Trump Teases Major Announcement on Nov. 15

"Every single journalist every single Politico in the nation was focused on that rally in Ohio last night. Everybody. They were all waiting for him to make the announcement. And what did Trump do? Well, they came out and said this, cut number three. But not to detract from tomorrow's very important, even critical. Election. And I would say in the strongest way, it's a country saving election. Specifically including the election of all the people that I'm going to name. I'm going to be making a very big announcement on Tuesday, November 15th at Mar-a-Lago in palm beach, Florida. I'm getting misty. Grace baker, it's the music. It's so moving and inspirational. Yeah, and I think we all know what he's talking about. Maybe some allergies. I don't know what it was. I'm getting a little. The weather has been up and down. It has

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"allergy" Discussed on Ask The Health Expert

Ask The Health Expert

07:44 min | Last month

"allergy" Discussed on Ask The Health Expert

"Okay, so I still remember when I was writing the virgin diet and we were sitting around talking about it at the editor, my agent, and they were trying to decide what to call it because not the book, but food intolerances or food sensitivities because I was like, it's not an allergy. It's not an allergy, and I'm going to guess Maddie that you're actually not asking about true food allergies. You're asking about testing for either an intolerance or a sensitivity. A true food allergy is an immediate reaction. And that's where they'll do the scratch test. And you've heard about that where they'll scratch you prick you with these different things and see if you react. It's where, you know, someone on the plane as the peanut allergy and they can open the peanuts up because they'll go into anaphylactic shock. That's a very different thing than a food, a delayed food sensitivity. And so I am guessing that that is what you're talking about. Now when I wrote the virgin, I kept saying it's not a food allergy. It's an intolerance or an or a sensitivity. Now, there is a piece with food and tolerance, gluten intolerance, there's a genetic component there. So sometimes in tolerances could be like lactose intolerance, gluten intolerance could be genetic issues. But I still love the umbrella term of an intolerance. And I look at food and torrents and I look at it in a couple different ways and I'll tell you how you can test in a couple different things you can do to test. But when I look at an intolerance, I'm thinking, you know, there's a variety of ways I could become intolerant to a food. The most classic thing that a food sensitivity test looks at and my favorite type of food sensitivity test is one called an IgG four test. IGM is immediate and IgG is going to look at delay, but the length of delay is the IgG4 is going to give you more a longer period. So we'll show it has this been going on for a while. Ultimately though, remember, you're only going to show up for foods you're actually eating. So if you never eat the thing and it's been 6 months, it's not going to show up. Right? But ultimately, this test is really a test of your gut permeability. You see, food sensitivities happen because your gut, your small intestines become more permeable. It's a semi permeable membrane, then it should be. And food, especially food that you haven't digested well, so maybe if you've been under stress or you're 35 or older, you have lower stomach acid, you don't have great chewing hygiene and food goes into your small intestines a little more permeable than it should be things pass out to into your bloodstream where they don't belong in your body goes what the heck is that? And it sends out invaders. It sends out because it sees it as a foreign invader. Not a helpful food item. And not helpful nutrients, and it sends out a little antibody after it. So the protein from the food, the antigen, the antibody grabs a hold of it and says, and creates an immune complex. Now, if there's just a couple of these, your body has macrophages just like PacMan that eat it up and get rid of it. The problem is our gut becomes more permeable. These things get out, and it's generally the biggest culprit to those things we tend to eat every single day. And then these immune complexes build up and they create symptoms like gas and bloating and headaches and joint pain and fatigue and rashes and autoimmune diseases. So what I like to do before I do an IgG food sensitivity test personally, I feel that the best thing that we could do is do an elimination diet. That is what the virgin diet was written about. I was looking at a lot of these food sensitivity tests and what I noticed was the top foods that were people responding to were number one eggs and dairy. Number two, corn soy peanuts. Now, gluten is another type of test. You can see Wheaton in a food sensitivity test, but not gluten. So I was looking at that differently. And then sugar and artificial sweeteners were also not there, but the reason I pulled out gluten and sugar and artificial sweeteners is because they can contribute to gut permeability. In fact, gluten can cause release of something called zonulin. And zonulin makes your gut more permeable. Fructose makes your gut more prominent. And of course we know artificial sweeteners and sugar can perturb your gut microbiome cause gut dysbiosis. So those things were just creating more problems. So what I highly recommend is the first thing that you do is do the virgin diet. Pull out those most likely foods. It was really a revamp of the elimination diet that's been around for decades. But what I recognized was what we were pulling out of the elimination diet for so many of us. I was like going, these aren't the foods that I'm seeing showing up. So let's pull out the most likely suspects. Let's take out the things that make your gut more leaky, so those a lot of the things that do that pain medications, you know, are ultra processed. I call them dirty processed foods inflammatory foods. And then let's heal your gut. You know, big culprit here is stress, stress makes your gut more permeable. So let's heal your gut by pulling out the herding food swapping them for healing foods. And getting in some stress management, right? Doing some nutrients that can help heal the gut. I have a product called healthy gut support that can help there. And using digestive enzymes, then we go back and we check in with each of those foods. After three weeks or longer, my preference is more like four to 6 weeks, you see how we should works for you. You connect the dots. And at that point, if you're still noticing, hey, I got joint pain headaches, brain fog, you know, weight loss resistance, then go do the other test, but we want to start to heal the gut first. And I would actually argue, like I'd like to see you three months in where you've really done the gut healing before you do the test. Because if you do a test right away, and you have tons of responses, you're going to be having nothing to eat, but really the reality is it's not about that. It's about you need to heal your leaky gut. And we need to pull out the most likely suspects. So where I like to use this food sensitivity test and IgG4 test is after about, you know, at least 6 weeks to 12 weeks after you've done the virgin diet, you've pulled those foods out. You've done some gut healing. If you need more gut healing based on your score and the food and tolerance tests, you go longer. And at that point, if you're not feeling absolutely fabulous spectacular, this is a great time then to go and use that test. The food sensitivity test. And again, the IgG4 is my favorite, I feel it is the most accurate. And then, of course, if you get that test and you see all sorts of positives, you go holy smokes. I've got a really figure out what's going on with my gut, right? That's what it's really measuring. Your gut integrity. Okay. Hope that was helpful to you. I know you thought this was going to be an easy answer. Sometimes they're just or no easy answers. I'll see you next time. This is JJ with ask the health expert. I answer your questions weekly plus I interview the top experts in health and wellness, so make sure you never miss a show by going to subscribe to JJ dot com. Yep, it's that easy. I'll see you next time.

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"allergy" Discussed on The Aloönæ Show

The Aloönæ Show

05:37 min | 2 months ago

"allergy" Discussed on The Aloönæ Show

"She's fine, but she was very scary for a while and having lost my dad at age 24 to cancer. I've been through a lot, but that healing that trauma and releasing all of that out of my body was by far a very, very, very difficult time in my life. That was about four years ago. Okay. What was the biggest risk you've ever taken? Oh, the biggest risk. I would say starting my own business. When my daughter was in her cheerleading competition, I worked for a company that I loved. I won't say the name because I don't love them anymore because they were horrible to me, but she had lacerated her liver and fractured her spine, so she needed a lot of care and I took myself out on a leave of absence and they let me go. They fired me for that. And it was very, very difficult, but I decided I don't want to go back to corporate America. I'm going to start my own business. And I jumped right in. I knew nothing about business. I had 7 employees at the company that I worked for. So I did know how to manage and work on a management level, but not in terms of starting a company. So I would say that was a really big risk for me and it paid off. It was a really rewarding 13 years of having that business before I left. I walked away from that business to start the one I'm in now helping others heal with their allergy and mast cell issues. So that was probably the biggest risk. I'd say, and worth it. Oh, yes. That was worth it. Yes. Oh yes. Who was the last person you talked? The last person I spoke to was my husband, well, actually it was another over the phone or over Zoom. It was another podcast interview I was on this morning. Prior to that, it was, her name is genesis. And prior to that, it was my wonderful husband who I was with last night. Okay. Great. So do you have any pets? I do not have pets.

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"allergy" Discussed on The Aloönæ Show

The Aloönæ Show

03:15 min | 2 months ago

"allergy" Discussed on The Aloönæ Show

"Hello, welcome to the lemonade show. Your host John mill on a and this episode I have not brought on regulars because the in the middle of doing recording or something as we always do for the teams catch brand. But as for our guests, chief from California and she is an algae mast cell wellness coach. Ladies and gentlemen, I give you Cindy costly. Hello, thank you so much for having me on your podcast. I'm super excited for today's talk. Anytime. So, how's life? Life is great. I am feeling very blessed to have been on the journey that I'm on and I'm just looking forward to the next few years of my life for sure. Compared to what I've been through. Not great. Have you been up too much recently? I am just loving life with my husband. We spent a lot of time on the harbor on our boat and just getting outside, although it's been a little bit chilly, so really looking forward to the sunshine coming up, but life is good. Lots of family time and friendships and getting my business going and you just enjoying every day in the moment. That's what I do. That's great. Now tell me more about what you do. I am an allergy and mast cell wellness coach. So I work with individuals to help them look at the underlying answers behind their allergies.

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Fauci, top infectious disease expert, to retire in December

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 3 months ago

Fauci, top infectious disease expert, to retire in December

"Doctor Anthony Fauci says he will leave government service in December after serving more than 5 decades Fauci has led the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases for more than 30 years through HIV aids We are in the midst of one of the most devastating epidemics in the history of civilization And then became a household name two years ago The cases continue to increase globally as the public face of the COVID-19 response reassuring some Americans while clashing with president Trump over how to mitigate the spread President Biden made Fauci his top medical adviser and today says the nation is stronger and healthier because of Fauci Sagar Meghani Washington

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Fauci announces December departure from government service

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 3 months ago

Fauci announces December departure from government service

"The nation's top infectious disease expert says he will leave the federal government by year's end The threat to you is now Doctor Anthony Fauci has been the public face of the government's COVID-19 response and before that HIV aids and other diseases Come December Fauci says he will step down as head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases after 38 years and also leave his position as President Biden's chief medical adviser Fauci says he's not retiring but rather planning to pursue the next chapter of his career The president says Fauci has touched all Americans lives and the nation is stronger and healthier because of him Sagar Meghani Washington

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Study connects climate hazards to 58% of infectious diseases

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 3 months ago

Study connects climate hazards to 58% of infectious diseases

"Hi Mike Gracia reporting a new study connects climate hazards to 58% of infectious diseases A new study says more than half of the known infectious diseases in people including malaria cholera and anthrax have worsened due to climate hazards such as flooding heat waves and drought In Monday's journal nature climate change researchers said they found 218 of the known 375 human infectious diseases seemed to be made worse by one of ten types of extreme weather connected to climate change The study says warming oceans and heat waves can taint seafood and other things we eat Droughts can bring bats carrying viral infections to people Downpours and flooding sick and people through disease carrying mosquitos rats and deer Additionally the study found 223 of 286 unique non infectious sicknesses such as asthma and allergies seemed to be worsened by climate hazards I'm Mike Gracia

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"allergy" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

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

05:20 min | 4 months ago

"allergy" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

"And not every day, but most days. Great, Mark, love that. All right, our next question is from Emmanuel in the community, and she has a question about pet allergies, as well as some food allergies that are kids have. I have allergies to dogs and cats and was wondering if there's anything I could do to heal from them. My kids also have food allergies, which happen to be severe, anything that could help them, thank you. Thank you for that question. So I don't think I've ever been asked that question, but I've seen a lot of patients who have this problem of both having food and animal environmental allergies. And most people don't think they're connected. And I want to define terms a little bit. Allergy typically in medicine means IgE type one hypersensitivity reaction. That means that's the kind of allergy you get when you eat a peanut and you have tongue blows up, you can't breathe, then you're going to have fluxes, or you get bee sting and you get a pies and swelling up. That's what we call allergy. Food allergy can be that, or it can be what we call a delayed response or a delayed food sensitivity, which is not the same part of your immune system. That's not a severe, it's not like threatening, and you may, you know, let's say, I don't know, you might have dairy on Monday, but you might get a headache on Tuesday. So you can't often connect the dots. If you eat a peanut, you know, within a few minutes you're going to die if you've got a peanut allergy. So I think we've just sort of defined terms. If it's a food sensitivity, it's a little bit different. But what I found is that there's been a really dramatic increase in environmental allergies and true food allergies over the last number of decades before decades. And why is that? It's not like we've changed our genes. It's because we've had a toxic environment, because we have a leaky gut, because our diet's bad, stress all these factors cause increased allergy. Now one thing I discovered many years ago was that I had patients with really severe IgE food allergies, which are no real allergies. And when I also had environmental allergies, like dust or pollen or animals. But when I treated their leaky gut, when I got their immune system sorted, their overall allergies went down, so their environmental allergies went down, and their overall reactivity went down. And so we were able to really sort that out. Now, I'm going to tell you something else is going to be a little shocking. But it's a very fascinating and it's not actually that wacky, because there's a lot of science behind this. In fact, there's a number of books called the epidemic of absence, which is about the idea that we co evolve with bugs in our gut. And if you go to countries that are kids grow up in the jungle or they're super indigenous tribes or underdeveloped countries or an Amazon, there's no allergies. There's no autoimmunity. It just doesn't exist. But what they do have is a lot of worms. In fact, IgE, which is the when I was talking about before, that part of the union system is designed not to make you allergic to peanuts, but to help you kill worms and manage worms in your belly, 'cause we didn't have anti war medicine, so our amount of im kept them in check. And so when we eliminated all these worms and stuff, we started getting autoimmune disease. In fact, in the part of the immune system, the white blood cell that fights these worms called eosinophils is one of your white blood cells is the same white blood cell that gets activated and causes allergy. And I saw this little kid and you're going to kind of go wild, doctor, you really gone off the deep end here, but I'm telling you this is actually a legitimately research field of medicine, which is helminthic therapy, which basically means worm therapy. And this kid was like super allergic, and I'm like, oh, I tried all this normal stuff. It's like, listen, I know about this treatment. I know how to get it. It's pretty easy to do. You just swallow this tasteless vial of fluid, which has worms in it. Every two weeks for 6 months or so, and it often can fix your IgE allergies. And the mother's like, okay, anything. And so he took it and his IgE level, which is that antibody that affects the immune system in this kind of allergy in the hypersensitivity was like a thousand. It should be like a hundred or less. And in a number of months, it went down from a thousand to like a hundred to normal. And I was like, holy crap. This stuff works. And I began to start using this on select patients. I don't use for everybody, but for select patients, and these are actually, it sounds gross, but their rat tapeworms. They don't actually stay in your system. So they kind of go through it kind of talk to your immune system. They say, hey guys, you know, it's okay. Let's focus on me ignore the allergens, like over here guys, so like, you know, kind of like somebody being kind of a deflector. And it seems to work. And there are actually studies on using it for Crohn's disease and other colitis diseases. Allergies, asthma. And so if you're really interested in this topic, I'd read the book epidemic of absence. There's also, if you want to get a short version of The New York Times had an article at the time, you can kind of find it online about the epidemic of absence of the absence of these microbes that we grew up with,

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Fauci expects to retire by end of Biden's current term

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 4 months ago

Fauci expects to retire by end of Biden's current term

"Doctor Anthony Fauci says he expects to step down as the government's top infectious disease expert by the time President Biden's first term ends Fauci has led the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases since 1984 He tells CNN it's extremely unlikely In fact for sure that he will not stay beyond January 2025 Fauci says his eventual decision to retire is unrelated to politics including criticism from some Republicans He says all the nonsense people here the barbs the slings the arrows have no influence on him Sagar Meghani Washington

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Dr. Irwin Redlener on Exactly How Many Boosters We Need

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:48 min | 4 months ago

Dr. Irwin Redlener on Exactly How Many Boosters We Need

"Oh my God, here we are again. Your tweet, if you follow me, you're probably vaccinated good, but if you don't have the full four shots, you just aren't fully vexed in light of dangerous new variants here and more coming, and we still need masks and separation at times. Please be smart, get the four. I just, by the way, you have been kind enough to actually talk to personal friends of mine. So I have one more that's over 50 that only has one booster, and for some reason, thinks that she shouldn't get the second booster or needs to wait till I don't know they have the new variant specific one or something. Can you just read it? And also she has asthma and allergies and stuff that would, I would think make it more important that you get your second booster, correct? If you're over 50? Certainly yes. But get her on the phone right now. We'll talk to her. All right, Krista. Yeah. Billy, you know, I'm not even sure the four are going to be enough. I know people don't want to hear that. Nobody in my family wants to hear that that I know for sure, but the fact of the matter is that we still keep calling the first two shots quote unquote fully vaccinated. It just is not. Yeah. And you basically, you know, at this point, to the new variant, you won't have anything, really, that's going to help you that much. Yeah, you personally got another friend who was over 50 who didn't have any boosters. It was somehow it was double vax and somehow scared of the booster because of misinformation. So that misinformation barrier is very powerful. And we're going to have to keep plugging away here, but we still only have two thirds of people that are quote unquote fully facts with the two shots. And way less than half of the population actually has booster, even one. So it's a

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Lance Christensen: Why Do Education Adminstrators Force Medical Decisions on Children

The Dan Bongino Show

01:50 min | 6 months ago

Lance Christensen: Why Do Education Adminstrators Force Medical Decisions on Children

"But I don't mind if a parent wants to make that decision for their child But what we're talking about is parents being stripped of those decisions Here in California we're about to pass a law that it's passed out of committee now It's got one more step to go before it comes law that a child can consent to give the COVID vaccine at school without their parents knowledge or permission Lance your child do your children your children fully aware of your family's medical history or what's in their file No not their own I mean I have kids who do regular medical treatments for asthma and allergies Do we get regular injections for You've got to be very conscientious That's how he thinks mixed with other things And you can't just go out and blindly put things into that bodies Remember to these teachers and administrators at schools that are so in favor of this they're not the ones that will be with the children during the summer or at night when something goes wrong They're not the ones that are going to be rushing into the hospital or trying to schedule an appointment or try to figure out the billing and costs when all these things come full fruition So if a pair wants to make that cost benefit analysis and they decide that this is the direction we go well that's fine It's on them But the second that we start coercing and that's most of these parents are having to sign these forms under duress These their children want to just live a normal life They just want to play soccer and go on activities and field trips But they're being or even in California They just want to walk at graduation They participated fully in class but now they can't walk to graduation because we have people who are dictatorial in their approach And frankly I don't understand why especially a lot of the education administrators feel like they've got to force a medical decision over something that has no impact on these children

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First formula flights from Europe to arrive this weekend

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 6 months ago

First formula flights from Europe to arrive this weekend

"I'm Mike Gracia reporting the first formula flights from Europe will arrive this weekend The White House says the first flights of infant formula from Europe will arrive in Indiana aboard a military aircraft this weekend The flights were authorized by president Joe Biden to help relieve the shortage of baby formula The White House says 132 pallets of Nestlé health science alpha amino infant and alpha mino junior formula will arrive in the U.S. from ramstein air base in Germany Another 114 pallets of Gerber good start extensive HA formula are expected to arrive in the coming days All told about 1.5 million 8 ounce bottles of the three formulas which are hypoallergenic for children with cow's milk protein allergy will arrive this week Mike Gracia Washington

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Even Good Morning America Acknowledges Baby Formula Shortage

The Dan Bongino Show

01:30 min | 7 months ago

Even Good Morning America Acknowledges Baby Formula Shortage

"Play the cut 7 This is Good Morning America of all places a noted for left you know radical group over there Having to acknowledge its stores around the country are now running out of baby formula Here check this out This morning a terrifying prospect for parents around the country stores running out of baby formula unable to restock He has a very specific brand new trauma gen that he has to have due to allergy and intolerance issues Shawna Bowman says she can't find any formula for her 11 month old son Jacob We have been having to look pretty heavily for it I would say for the last four or 5 months but this last month it's just become impossible to find This morning a terrifying prospect for parents around the country stores running out of baby formula unable to restock That's all right It seems like sorry about that No it's okay It just says the same thing over and over again Baby formula The folks why is that a problem Well for an obvious reasons I don't have young children anymore My daughters are 18 And ten But if you have a baby and you're not breastfeeding right now formulas you're only option What are you going to do folks You're going to give the kid a gargantuan from Jimmy John's You're going to give him a triple from Wendy's The baby's GI tract doesn't have the capability to handle that kind of stuff You don't have any other options How do you screw up baby formula The answer is you put Joe Biden in The White House

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Dinesh Examines the Significance of J.D. Vance for the GOP's Future

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

03:02 min | 7 months ago

Dinesh Examines the Significance of J.D. Vance for the GOP's Future

"There's an article about JD Vance, JD Vance, the author of the book hillbilly allergies, very good book, very moving book. Who is now running in Ohio for the Senate endorsed by Trump and JD events have become kind of a liberal celebrity after hillbilly allergies. In part because he described and kind of riveting autobiographical detail is sort of hard Scrabble origins, the very dysfunctional family life, his grandmother, setting his grandfather on fire. I mean, crazy stuff like that, boring alcohol all over him and lighting a match. And all of this is in the book. It's no wonder the book was a massive bestseller. But I'll let you in a lot of liberals and journalists would say this is actually helps us understand the Trump phenomenon. The fact that working class people very often people who are struggling or poor, they're not behaving the way they did under FDR, under FDR, the kind of white working class could be counted on to vote for the Democrats. That was actually FDR's base. But now these guys a lot of them moving over to the Republicans and they're particularly enthusiastic about Trump. And yet, and yet, initially, JD Vance was very critical of Trump. And in fact, saw Trump as somebody who was, you may almost say taking advantage of this group rather than truly reflecting its values. And of course, the left love this, they were like, here's the guy who's come from that background. Here is the true you may say, descendant of hillbillies. Now, of course, JD Vance is not himself a hillbilly. Here is a guy who went to Yale, Yale law school, and has worked for big financial corporations and he's made a big success of his life and even though in the book he amusingly describes how he, you know, the first time they asked him whether he wanted a chablis or whether he wanted solving you on blankey, he didn't really know what they were talking about. He thought that there were just two kinds of wine, one is white and the other is red and the idea that there was sort of nuances or options within white and within red, he thought this was some kind of a joke. So this is all very amusingly portrayed in the book, but JD Vance, I'm sure today has a favorite Cabernet and possibly a favorite Pinot Noir. But nevertheless, the left was able to say, look, this guy who kind of knows the white working class is understands them and knows the Trump is a fraud. Well, as it turns out, by 2020, JD events became a defender of Trump, voted for Trump, endorsed Trump. And now Trump has endorsed him, and as far as I can see, Trump Junior, Don Junior is on the road campaigning for JD Vance. And some of the other candidates, by the way, are, you know, obviously very grumpy about this, JD Vance has surged into the first place. In the, in the Senate campaign.

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"allergy" Discussed on Defocus Media

Defocus Media

05:55 min | 7 months ago

"allergy" Discussed on Defocus Media

"Not a good, it's not easy. So if you got one that's easy to do, moms love it. So we can say mom approved, easy to use. I think that's important nowadays. One other great thing about last cap is that it works on all types of allergies. We talked earlier dust, pollen, grasses, pet dander. I mean, allergies can be caused by so many different things. But this one works across the board. So you don't have to worry about doing allergy testing to be able to tell, okay, is this going to help relieve my patient's irritation? Oh yeah, you're spot on. So that's where it's like once a day and we have a lot of contact lens users as well that suffer from my allergies and I tell them you know pollen sticks to context like superglue and we've got to clean them a little bit better but in this drop let's put it in ten minutes before you put your contacts in and be good to go for the 16 hours. For the day. You mentioned this is the same prescription string formulation that we have been prescribing for years. It's a dual action method of action where blocks histamine release at the H one receptor in prevents the further release of histamine. This is what makes it so effective because it's symptomatic relief right now, but then long-term control of the symptoms too. And this is why, you know, people ask like, well, you know, over the counter versus me writing prescription is this really for the doctor a win. I mean, it's easier for the patient to go get it, but now they don't need our advice or that coming in to ask us what's wrong and maybe they'll mistreat themselves. Okay, I get that that might be an issue where they misdiagnose themselves thinking allergies. But to me, this is a big one because if you're in practice and you've been writing prescriptions for allergy medications, you know..

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"allergy" Discussed on Defocus Media

Defocus Media

03:28 min | 7 months ago

"allergy" Discussed on Defocus Media

"About them being vasoconstrictors and choking the blood vessels and causing potential long-term damage in the eyes and patients look at us and go, well, what's all over the counter? Why can I go buy it if it's going to harm my eyes and we're going short term relief, but allergy season again could be longer. So I really like to look at options for the allergy sufferers that are more safe, long-term that they can use that we know are not going to harm their eyes or cause other side effects. Like you said, these things really feed upon each other. So I do not know how common you find this in your practice. I find it to be horrifically common that our patients that have dry. I was excuse me, allergy symptoms are on claritin or zyrtec, literally year round. Never stop taking it. And then they come to us during the year with these dryness issues, contact lens intolerance. And all stems really at the core of it, they're taking something for their allergies that then makes their eyes dry. And so could I help with their allergy symptoms with something without this horrible side effect? But when you've got someone who's on zyrtec year round and then they come off of it, they don't know what it feels like to have wetness inside their nose. So this is a hard adjustment. Absolutely. You know you're exactly right. I mean, we look at all medications that can cause side effects and dryness is being as heavily with a lot of medication classes there. So it's really kind of looking at what's safe and the most effective with causing the least amount of side effects for the body. Have you found with over the counter options? Let's say someone is really symptomatic, not just with their eyes, but also with nasal symptoms, scratchy throat, do you have a recommendation that you give or if they want to take an oral medication or a nasal spray, for example..

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"allergy" Discussed on Holistic Health Masterclass

Holistic Health Masterclass

04:01 min | 7 months ago

"allergy" Discussed on Holistic Health Masterclass

"You're going to have a lot of sinusitis, nasal congestion, there's going to be itchiness. You might even find that lots of sneezing, itchy eyes, itchy skin. So that's really a lot of the symptoms there. And this redness and what we're going to talk about today is obviously we'll talk about histamine here in a minute. Now, one of the things when you talk about food allergies, what we have is we have this idea between what are called fixed allergies and cyclical allergies. So we're talking food here. A fixed allergy is something that you will have forever. When it comes to food, we find that give or take about 20% of food allergies are fixed. In other words, you will never really be able to tolerate them, typically they are immediate type of reactions. And 80% of food reactions are cyclical reactions. So in other words, if I avoid or abstain from that food for a certain period of time, I will be able to tolerate that food in small amounts in the long run. Now, when it comes to seasonal allergies, seasonal allergies are, let's put it this way for a lot of people they're going to have fixed seasonal allergies in that they will always be sensitive to it. However, we're going to talk about something called the total load in just a minute. And I also want to, before I get into that, I want to just get a little bit technical here for a minute. Seasonal allergies are immediate type of reactions, okay? So everyone who suffers from seasonal allergies, you will know this. You're exposed to an allergen, right? Let's say pollen, for example, and you're going to have an immediate reaction. So all of those symptoms that I listed before, you're going to notice that within minutes, within half an hour, you're going to notice that. This is mediated by what are called IgE antibodies..

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One Sound (MM #4052)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 7 months ago

One Sound (MM #4052)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. People always seem to talk about which of their seasons is the favorite. I've always admitted I don't like winter. I don't like the cold. I don't like the snow. Some people like the fall, but my allergies don't treat me that well so much then. For me, summer probably my favorite season, but there's something I realized about spring the other day that I just truly don't like. And it's one sound. The sound of a lawn mower. Now here in Nashville, our lawn mower season is a long one. We started mowing our lawn back in March, and we'll probably go through maybe even Thanksgiving depending upon the weather. So we're mowing lawns all the time. But right about the 1st of April, the lawn mowers in the neighborhood kick in. And of course, we do ours on the weekend when we've got the time, but some of the folks who live lawn mower services will always happen during the week. And usually early in the morning. And I realized how much I hate that sound of the lawn mower, because it's just a constant drone as you're trying to do your work. And of course, everybody gets their lawns mode on different days, so it's like almost once or twice a day, somewhere in the neighborhood. You hear that little buzzing of a lawn mower for about a good half hour. I know I'm complaining.

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One Sound (MM #4052)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 7 months ago

One Sound (MM #4052)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. People always seem to talk about which of their seasons is the favorite. I've always admitted I don't like winter. I don't like the cold. I don't like the snow. Some people like the fall, but my allergies don't treat me that well so much then. For me, summer probably my favorite season, but there's something I realized about spring the other day that I just truly don't like. And it's one sound. The sound of a lawn mower. Now here in Nashville, our lawn mower season is a long one. We started mowing our lawn back in March, and we'll probably go through maybe even Thanksgiving depending upon the weather. So we're mowing lawns all the time. But right about the 1st of April, the lawn mowers in the neighborhood kick in. And of course, we do ours on the weekend when we've got the time, but some of the folks who live lawn mower services will always happen during the week. And usually early in the morning. And I realized how much I hate that sound of the lawn mower, because it's just a constant drone as you're trying to do your work. And of course, everybody gets their lawns mode on different days, so it's like almost once or twice a day, somewhere in the neighborhood. You hear that little buzzing of a lawn mower for about a good half hour. I know I'm complaining.

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One Sound (MM #4052)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 7 months ago

One Sound (MM #4052)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. People always seem to talk about which of their seasons is the favorite. I've always admitted I don't like winter. I don't like the cold. I don't like the snow. Some people like the fall, but my allergies don't treat me that well so much then. For me, summer probably my favorite season, but there's something I realized about spring the other day that I just truly don't like. And it's one sound. The sound of a lawn mower. Now here in Nashville, our lawn mower season is a long one. We started mowing our lawn back in March, and we'll probably go through maybe even Thanksgiving depending upon the weather. So we're mowing lawns all the time. But right about the 1st of April, the lawn mowers in the neighborhood kick in. And of course, we do ours on the weekend when we've got the time, but some of the folks who live lawn mower services will always happen during the week. And usually early in the morning. And I realized how much I hate that sound of the lawn mower, because it's just a constant drone as you're trying to do your work. And of course, everybody gets their lawns mode on different days, so it's like almost once or twice a day, somewhere in the neighborhood. You hear that little buzzing of a lawn mower for about a good half hour. I know I'm complaining.

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"allergy" Discussed on Another Mother Runner

Another Mother Runner

05:35 min | 8 months ago

"allergy" Discussed on Another Mother Runner

"AMR from $30 off. And so we talked a little bit about too much what the limits are of an inhaler. And Denise a was asking, should you worry about doubling up on an allergy and sinus medicine to run outside? Again, she's asking when is when is it too much? At what point do you say like I need to either head inside or think of an alternative strategy? And excellent question. So if her allergy symptoms and I'm starting to trigger chest symptoms and that needs to be evaluated first and foremost. And then her choosing the right activity at the right time. So as a runner, she's going to have to choose her activity. So it may not be because I am a huge advocate for exercise, exercise is great because of endorphin release. It makes us feel good. I'm a big fan of being outside because we know that 20 minutes of sunlight in the day can help with our vitamin D, but also with our general health. So I'm a big fan of exercise. So I want people to exercise. But we need to choose our activity wisely and at the right time. So having said that, if she's doing all those things, is there so much, is there such a thing as too much medication? So there's a couple of answers to that. One is are we talking about somebody's health? Now, I will tell you that with the second generation antihistamines, if someone has a condition that we call hives and the medical term is urticaria, the recommendation is that we quadruple so four times the dose of the antihistamine. And it's still safe. So it is medically safe for people to take four times the dose of an antihistamine. So in terms of safety, that's not an issue. In terms of sedation, so the higher the increased amount of the second generation antihistamines that we take, particularly the satirical scene, it can make us sleepy..

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"allergy" Discussed on Another Mother Runner

Another Mother Runner

03:58 min | 8 months ago

"allergy" Discussed on Another Mother Runner

"Welcome, doctor Susan. So glad to have you. Thank you. Glad to be here. So doctor Susan, tell us a little bit about yourself. What kind of activities do you like to do outside? So I am one of those people that is has difficulty with running. However, I am a walker. I have run a 5 K before. And I'm one of those people that loves to hike. So I love being out of doors. I sometimes put my hands in the dirt and do some gardening. So being outside is a real plus for me. Because I come from a family of a lot of allergies, we have certainly gone through where it went and what are the best activities to do and how to do that. And also what medicines to take or other things because there are other things that just medications that one can take to help control allergies. So those are some of the things that I have long been influenced by and have learned some of those things and tricks of the trade as well. And I'd be happy to share that with some of the listeners. Yeah, well, we have plenty of questions for you. But are you yourself an allergy sufferer? Yes, and until I went on allergy shots. So I have three sons, and two of my sons have food allergies. And one of my sons has atopic dermatitis, which is Kim eczema. And all three of them have asthma and all three of us have allergies. All three of my sons, in fact, all 5 of us have been on theology shots because we know allergies is a genetic condition. So not everybody is impacted negatively by it, but many people who are allergy sufferers can be. The other thing that we know about allergies is allergies can cause asthma and can also exacerbate or be a common trigger for asthma, which is why it's something that I've dedicated my life to in terms of not.

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Allergy Season (MM #4018)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 8 months ago

Allergy Season (MM #4018)

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

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Allergy Season (MM #4018)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 8 months ago

Allergy Season (MM #4018)

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

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Allergy Season (MM #4018)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 8 months ago

Allergy Season (MM #4018)

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

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The Big Sneeze: Climate change to make pollen season nastier

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 9 months ago

The Big Sneeze: Climate change to make pollen season nastier

"Climate change will make the pollen season even more challenging climate change will continue to make allergy season longer and more intense that's according to a study by climate scientist at the university of Michigan they looked at how warmer temperatures and extra carbon dioxide in the air will allow plants to bloom earlier and produce more pollen a cycle it's actually already started allergists say that pollen season in the U. S. used to start around St Patrick's day and now often starts around Valentine's day with moderate cuts in greenhouse gas emissions from coal oil and natural gas pollen season which start twenty days earlier by the end of the century hi Shelley Adler

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"allergy" Discussed on The Spiritual EFT Tapping Podcast

The Spiritual EFT Tapping Podcast

01:32 min | 11 months ago

"allergy" Discussed on The Spiritual EFT Tapping Podcast

"Collarbone. I allow my body to do what it needs to do. Under your armpit. I surrender to my body. Top of the head. I feel fully relaxed and calm in my body and I fully love and accept myself. Take a deep breath in. And out. Okay, that is the end of this EFT topping meditation for your sinus and allergy issues. If you want to regret yourself on what you graded at the beginning of this meditation, you can go ahead and do so. And see if your number went down at all. And I hope that you feel a little relief right now from your symptoms, or at least a little more relaxed around them. Because it really can be frustrating, especially if you're dealing with these issues, day in and day out. And it can wreak havoc in your everyday life. It can be frustrating. So sometimes the best thing to do is to just relax and allow your body to do what it needs to.

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"allergy" Discussed on The Spiritual EFT Tapping Podcast

The Spiritual EFT Tapping Podcast

02:28 min | 11 months ago

"allergy" Discussed on The Spiritual EFT Tapping Podcast

"But we are doing it with our fingers and we are also talking ourselves through something as we tap with our fingers. Acupuncture also is meant to work the same way except for you are using needles. So it really is helpful to your nervous system and the same way EFT Tapping is where you're moving out energy that is stuck or stagnant in different areas. And it's moving itself out. And it's just been really helpful for sinus issues. But also my acupuncturist always she checks different pulses for different things. I don't really understand how this works because I'm not acupuncturist. But she can check my lung pulse. And throughout the whole time I started seeing her, that's always been my pulse that's been like the worst, but it's because of all my sinus and allergy stuff. And so ever since I started doing coffee enemas, probably within the second month of doing them. And I only do one a week, like I said. She always says that my lung health or my lung pulse sounds normal now. So that is just, you know, with adding in coffee atoms. So all those things combined have really helped. But I also feel like I said, I created this EFT Tapping meditation for times of maybe like freaking out or frustration and dealing with these issues because I think that if you're constantly in that frustration mode, you don't look out for these modalities that can help you. You're just kind of frustrated and you're just like, ugh, I don't have to deal with this. At least that's what I have done in my past before. So anyway, this is not necessarily to tell you everything about sinus issues or how to do anything with them. It's just giving you information. In case it's something that you struggle with and haven't been able to find good ways of helping yourself. But also to just share this ET Tapping meditation to just help you work through some of the frustration that these issues may come up or may bring up for you. So I'd love to know what you think about this episode and I really hope you enjoy this ET topping meditation. So thank you so much for listening today. Right now, you can actually get a personalized EFT Tapping meditation from me I'm offering EFT Tapping, personalized medicine. And by medicine, it just means something that.

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"allergy" Discussed on Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored

Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored

07:48 min | 1 year 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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"allergy" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"allergy" Discussed on Scientific Sense

"And maybe these all existed and we didn't have the means or we couldn't put them in the right bucket and now with more and more people developing have. We're starting to categorize them and studying and learn more about him. It's interesting so the fifteen million Clifton that they have some sort of a problem that some food sort of end of one experiments right so these are necessarily scientific observations. The restaurant they something and they say and they just discard that you know that component in the future and so we don't know what is real in that fifty billion right. That's right and that's a such a important point you made because sometimes you do just have this reaction one time when take the food up and you really don't have anything. Maybe you know it was a little bit of food poisoning or something else right. That could happen. But you don't have an allergy and that's why we we try to explain all of them and take a quiz and then really encourage everyone to see someone you know. See a doctor. Because if you don't have a true condition why you know it it such such a hard thing to avoid of food and every single meal every single day of your life and so we really want people to know if they can eat it so they don't have to fear it and that's the title of the book food without fear you know so you don't have to fear eating it and you can enjoy a wider array of foods so again that is the what you said is so right because a lot of people just try eat something have just a bad reaction. Then take it out. And they're not. They're not getting a a doctor that. Get the proper diagnosis. Yeah and it's also sort of a developing country developed-country distance here right so you actually devoid something you gonna do it in most developing countries. You can't Maybe you have bit of a problem but you go back to the same fluid because he had nothing else..

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"allergy" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

04:43 min | 1 year 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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"allergy" Discussed on Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored

Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored

07:49 min | 1 year 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 | 1 year 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. 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"allergy" Discussed on The big d zone

The big d zone

06:25 min | 1 year ago

"allergy" Discussed on The big d zone