19 Episode results for "American Cancer society"
Quinnen Williams joins Boomer & Gio
"New Year's resolutions are hard but starting twenty twenty with the best entertainment during the exciting New Year. New Gig sale is easy now. That's simple easy. Awesome Awesome Click call or visit us today. Restrictions apply not available in all areas who. Go on the fan and across the country CBS sports network joining us. Right light now. Winning Williams off the New York jets the first round draft choice defensive Lineman as with the American Cancer Society which of course is very important according to him and his family and the American Cancer Society rain more than nineteen million dollars since two thousand nine. They WanNa keep it going and you can go to crucial catch dot. NFL DOT COM or cancer dot. Org Quinton Good Morning Man. What's up mantas bliss to be here and look at you with your L. A. Dodgers out at you was was it fact? Was It allegiant. You told me it was allegiance which I can understand. Yes so you'd be your home. Big dodgers the dodgers got Screwed there with the Astros cheating. Or what I don't Really Watch baseball too much. He just lied till the end. I enjoyed watching. Chris are amazing. I getting to know who Quinton Williams Adams was going into last year's draft like man if this kid gets drafted by New York madness has got to be like a wakeup call. And I'm just wondering like your first year in the books now Alan. Everything's done with and you look back on it. Was it a good experience. Tough experienced frustrating experience It definitely was a great as mares on diff- Lewis Frustrating The Times but you go through a lot to learn a lot so I feel I. After my first year I went through a lot and the growth is tremendously going into the second year. Experiences tremendous permitted going through the second year. So I figure will be way better than my first year. Due to the experience and due to the trial and tribulation I went through through my first year. He's also understand I'm I'm sorry defense While the coordinator Greg Williams is coming. Back Yeah serviceman agree with my uncle to the same last name and just crazy crazy uncle right. Yeah he's definitely sure we talk about trials and tribulations of the season like what things specifically challenging. Thank you Just not just not making a big plays on just not doing Great I speak did just now hitting the goals ice bathing and things like that and just my own feel. I just not doing what I suppose too late but it's all about growth I talked to my coaches that in a year. Todd of the the player that year and different things I need to work on. I got to work on so doing all see now definitely dialed in on on definitely. Dial in on my nutrition and things like that. They've helped me be a better player. throughout the whole of so you were my favorite guy coming out of the drafts. Not Because of what you did on the field but because is you sneezed Lester and yourself afterwards. The the greatest video. I think I've ever seen come out of draft did you. Did you think that was a viral moment or were you surprised to see so many people wanted to watch that. I was surprised to see Evan. PUGH wanted to wash there. There are the big thing I thought it was nothing. I thought it was just a video. uh-huh airtime go whatever you sneeze. The blister isn't that funny to you. You don't WanNa cure personality. Could you so polite. You're so nice. Listen which is great but but I think everybody sees the personality in you and how genuine when you are now down to Earth you horn. I'm sure that that personality of yours was able to help you. Do Yourself to your teammates early on. Because you didn't come in with some sort of big time attitude as a first round draft choice slammer Vilcabamba right definitely definitely then When I first came in a lot of guys tried to a lot of guys like I wanted to help me different things I knew I wanted to wait? Hold on do I WANNA know Eric. CONCOC- person and company wanted to take over everybody for this and things like that. I needed to learn being so young. So I feel like They graduate to gravitated towards with me. So tell us why the people don't know your story wide. The American Cancer Society is so important to you when struck home for you so so tell people why you're you're you're doing what you're doing I team the American society did because my mom passed away from cancer among a big person in my life Who helped me become a man? I answer today by the foundation. The left me with so I know how badly hurt me. I know how bad it hurt my family. I'm how bad it was. Hurt her what she was going through the process because he was Survivor I I didn't see ended up passing away from years later so the thing that we went through the theme I found with millions of people to me other people out there going through the same thing and the American Kenneth side to help those people so of course there will be the main main team remain organization I wanted to team and wanted to create my legacy it with you and I have something in common. I lost my mother when I was seven years old. The cancer so I appreciate everything that you're trying to do. And I think it's a very noble caused and something that you know taking your own personal experiences and trying to help others with it as though I wish nothing but the best I I was having a little fun with IOS asking you what happened Alabama Alabama and we all expect great things from them and of course to it gets hurt What are you hearing about? And his In his prospects to be healthy again Gannon to basically get back up. And be one of the better quarterbacks on on to in Alabama on staff if he's working with them Mandy going to be back in no time those on time and no step back but I haven't really spoke to him have really taught him frequently one inside this process and things like that so man I just pray for him every day and I know he's a strong don't fight I know he got strong faith and I know the people behind him His family got strong face. Oh they got faith manic anything. I know you're defensive player but you saw him every everyday in practice Do you now after a year in the NFL. Do you think he's GonNa make a great. NFL quarterback different definitely especially with the team who can develop him even more team. Who Can Like expose his all his strengths and make them bigger on different things like that. I feel like he's GonNa be a great quarterback we're because he he disciplined he's team guy. He's a he's an amazing person on and off the field and he's a leader so on those qualities. I don't make you a great quarterback. You might have to tackle them the Miami Dolphins flu. So we're talking to winning Williams of the New York jets. Where were you when you found out that Sam Darnold had and Monaco? And what did you think I think I was in the facility. Only here on I know that I I really I really ain't going Google. I thought it was just a common colds Pozzo that he was out so long my man he got some serious. It is yes it is all spleen. Could've ruptured man. It's crazy. It's unbelievable I think that that changed the direction of the way that your season Doc. I really can't speak on. How season went after? He got a Dingo as I can only speak on what I need to do better what I did this season things like that. So yeah I I understand but I mean Ramar perspective. You know you got Sam Darnold in his second season. Everybody's excited than you got Luc Faulk. Who looks like he was playing with a blindfold? Now it's a big. It's a big Jeff. It's a big difference so But with defense building with Greg Williams And and you've got a year under your belt. You're expecting it seems like you're expecting expecting big things from yourself next year definitely definitely is man. We got a great defense. We had a great defense issue. And just me and myself and my own ability I feel. I got a lot of experience this year. In my first year I went through a lot of stuff I learned from a lot of stuff and I'm still learning But a team that idea Rhone I. I'm GONNA do right this year so little little thing that I did. I know in my head there on that you guys may not see it. A fan of my Nessie Mar coach about even see yeah I'm amazed show thing there right so so oh I remember when you got to the jets facility were saying Oh my goodness look at this guy over here over here. So star struck by the guys in the locker room. You're here radio role I mean Joe. Montana's town over there. Yeah are you starstruck by these guys to calm down because you got Joel osteen over there approach like maybe jumped and taught us. That doesn't go so he has a lot of people in here. Brian Jones over there. I'm not really sure who listen. You have played more games than your rookie season. He played his entire energy. Ask you this. What did you find? Find out about Jamal Adams that you didn't know the fact that he obviously with the Lsu and you went to Alabama anything anything that's shocked you about him. He's an alien so I call either alien man. He's he's the man he do he do it. All A man can pay raise cover innocent a uh like he's a he's a different being on. Fam How about as a teammate. As he's made the teammate amazing man he joe's around play around and different things like He he are fine and he does a an enjoyable person. Your energy always eight hundred everywhere. We go anything. We do energy as a hundred leadership as a hundred Everything he demands at a hundred. So I'm glad to be on your team. I'm glad to have a person like him To Mentor me Rookie and things like that. So there's so many way remain he. He's a big lead. By example person. Did you have a lot of fun at your expense after Lsu beat Alabama the sheriff. He really rub it into bed where he we. We both knew different different aspects going to happen in the game so go onto Joel Osteen and say listen I WANNA go on. You want to get him. I WANNA get his signature on a book do you. I hope he of all you got some adults. They give me a signature on the new autograph own. Alec you get a Selfie Joel Stein. I got cancelled. That kind of weird like you putting your face. Nacer someone and they'll be like somebody's got okay right. Somebody will take the picture. It was kind of weird as q over there. Take a picture with the cry aloud always always sports legend. That's okay hey teach. Does it have a great year next year. We'll be rooting for you. And hopefully you're we're talking about pro bowl this time next year Very good either New York jets.
News in Brief 16 October 2019
"During that period the UN helps the Haitian authorities to build up the National Police Force strengthened the judicial system and improve the protection of human rights. This is Deanne pen with U. N. News a new UN political mission began work in Haiti on Wednesday following the end of fifteen years of peacekeeping in the country people worldwide many of the known risk factors for cancer can be prevented according to the authors besides tobacco use these include infectious the atlas is an illustrated guide to the diversity of cancer which is a leading cause of premature death in every country in the world it highlights global variations agents such as the human papilloma virus or HP on Healthy Diet Excess Body weight physical inactivity and alcohol consumption the cancer through support of an inclusive national dialogue the global cancer burden is expected to spiral from just over eighteen million cases last year too H. O. jointly with the American Cancer Society and the Union for International Cancer Control Countries must end impunity to break the prevalence of key risk factors for the disease
AP Headline News Jan 08 2019 22:00 (EST)
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NPR News: 02-04-2019 8AM ET
"NPR podcasts are now. Available on every platform checkout all our shows at NPR dot org slash podcasts. That's NPR dot org slash podcasts. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm korva Coleman. Virginia democratic governor. Ralph Northam is resisting calls for his resignation on Saturday. He walked back and earlier apology over a yearbook in which two people are shown in KKK robes and black face on his personal page. Nor them said that he wasn't in the photo. But then he admitted he separately used black face to appear in a Michael Jackson dance. Contest at about the same time. Virginia state delegate Jeff born is a member of the state's legislative black caucus. He told NPR's morning edition that northern must resign. You're hopeful of prayerful that governor northern will be the the statesman that he expresses himself to be do the right thing for Virginia. I think we will continue to have conversations continue to meet and talk and discuss and we'll assess are our options, and and how we move forward. But at the end of the day, we have been we have a deep sense of betrayal and have been betrayed. Someone who considered a friend Virginia state and democratic lawmakers will meet and discuss the northern situation today Spain, France and other European nations have officially recognized one guy DOE as the interim president of Venezuela. As Lucian Benedetti's reports from Barcelona the Spanish Prime minister announced his recognition earlier today in a televised press conference, prime minister Bidault Sanchez asked why the to call for free elections as soon as possible. So that the people of Venice why not can decide their future? He added that Spain is working on a humanitarian aid program for the Latin American country Monday marked the deadline that many European nations had given go last mother or to call for elections, but the Venezuelan leader did not comply the European Union had failed to reach a consensus on the situation. When a group of countries led by Italy refused to back. Why though for NPR news? I'm Lucia this in. About celena. New research finds cancers linked to obesity are on the rise among young adults NPR's petty name and reports on the study from the American Cancer Society. Researchers looked to cancer cases over twenty years from nineteen ninety five to twenty fourteen tracking patients age at diagnosis and type of cancer. They found a city related cancers. Like colon uterine kidney and pancreatic cancer increased significantly among younger adults age twenty five to forty nine. Their risk was double what it was for baby boomers at the same age during that same time obesity among young adults increased dramatically in animal studies, researchers say extra weight enhanced cell mutation which can accelerate tumor growth, although cancer risk remains small in younger adults researchers say the findings warrant concern. And if trans continue they could reverse gains of the past few decades in reducing cancer mortality, Patty named NPR news. This is NPR. President Trump is expected to discuss border security and the wall that he is continuing to demand in tomorrow night's state of the union address congressional negotiators continued to discuss border security measures on the Democrats maintain they won't fund the border wall. The federal government is warning residents in the Rio Grande valley of south Texas about the heavy machinery being prepared for the construction of a six mile border wall. Texas public radio's Rinaldo Leon ios junior. Reports the plan is opposed by community leaders, local landowners, and a native American tribe. The no border wall movement has been meeting in mcallen, Texas for months. Local resident Avia part of the high Dennis schone tribe, and is married to a member of the gutty socal MC rule tribe on the border because for us is indigenous people this land is sacred. We know that the the horror that's pending does the community understand the horror. That's pending. I hope so in November customs and border protection. Boarded a hundred and forty five million dollar contract for the construction of the six mile wall, which is projected to run up against a chapel from the eighteen hundreds and the national butterfly center. CB P says the machinery coming into the real grand valley will be used on federally owned land for NPR news. Leeann news junior in mission, Texas, the New England Patriots have won their sixth Super Bowl championship since two thousand two they defeated the Los Angeles Rams last night thirteen to three in the lowest total score ever for a Super Bowl. The patriots scored the game's only touchdown, I'm korva Coleman. NPR news in Washington.
Have Israeli scientists found a cure for cancer?
"Israel, scientists found. A cure for cancer is Jim Dennison's daily article for Wednesday January thirtieth twenty nineteen. My mother died of cancer as did my wife's father, our older son survived cancer only through surgery, and intensive radiation. Since cancer is the second leading cause of death in the world. Chances are good that you have been touched personally by this terrible disease as well. Now comes an astounding announcement from a team of Israel, scientists they might have discovered the first true cure for cancer. One of them told the Jerusalem Post, we believe we will offer in a year's time a complete cure for cancer. He added are cancer cure will be affected from day. One will last a duration of a few weeks, and we'll have no or minimal side effects at a much lower cost than most other treatments on the market. The scientists described her discovery as a kind of cancer antibiotic it uses a combination of compounds called peptides that kill cancer cells in a way that is unaffected by mutations their treatment attacks cancer stem cells in targets cancer cells. So specifically the side effects are minimized. It can also be tailored to the specific cancer. It is fighting the company will soon begin clinical trials that could be completed within a few years and would make treatment available for specific cases as a medical officer. With the American Cancer Society notes, it is far too soon to know if this revolutionary treatment is. The cure. It's developers. Hope it will be. But imagine for a moment that it is. If you created such a drug when she wanted to give it to the world wouldn't cancer patients everywhere want to try it. Gospel translates the Greek word you and Gillian meaning good news. Jesus began his public ministry by calling people to repent and believe in the gospel. The Christian gospel is the best possible news. You can be saved from any turn ity in hell for eternity in heaven as the transformed child of your father, the God who made you love you so much he considered your eternal life worth the death of his son. If you will repent of your sins and believe in this good news, asking Jesus to forgive your sins and make you the child of God, you will always answer your prayer. Everyone needs to hear this. Good news. Everyone deserves to hear it. But there's a catch as Jesus was traveling toward Jerusalem and the cross he came upon two blind men sitting by the roadside when they heard that Jesus was coming. They cried out to him. Lord have mercy on us son of David the crowd, rebuked them. But they repeated their Kreider Jesus our Lord stops and ask them. What do you want me to do for you? They replied Lord, let our is be opened. And Jesus in pity touch their eyes and immediately they recover their sight and followed him. Lost people. Ours. Bland spiritually as these men were physically. God of this world has blinded. The minds of the unbelievers to keep them from seeing the light of the gospel of the glory of Christ who is the image of God. But unlike these men most lost people don't know that they are lost growing up in a family that never attended church. This was my story. I assume that if there is a God, Mike, quote good life would be good enough to get into heaven. I had no idea I was destined for hell and would have been offended if he told me, so this is why so many Americans are lost in a country where the gospel is so acceptable, if they understood their peril, they would change this is part of the enemies, deception spiritual. Blindness is a good metaphor for our culture. We are all born with such blindness. But like the men on the road to Jerusalem, some of us meet the great physician, and our eyes are healed. Now, it's our job to pay it forward helping those who are blind. Meet the one who can do for them what he did for us. But if a blind man won't admit that he's blind. He's likely to. Resist in reject. Our message in the belief that he doesn't need what we are offering. And that we are trying to impose ourselves on him. This is inevitable and logical. We feel the same way when Mormons or Jehovah's Witnesses knock on her door. What would cause such a blind person? To welcome our help consider four steps I build a relationship with him. So that he knows we care genuinely for him. We must earned the right to tell him. What he does not want to hear second live in such a way that he wants what we have if we claim to be cited. But stumble as much as he does why would you want to be like us third be present in his life when the burden of his blindness becomes so great that he is willing to consider our offer of site fourth lead him to the great physician. Help him confess his blindness to Jesus and ask for his forgiveness and grace did celebrate with our friend as his eyes are opened and his eternity is transformed. If you discover the cure for cancer, you do what the Israeli scientists are doing you denounce it to the world believing that everyone does. Serves what you have found. In fact, you have discovered a far greater cure one that prevents eternal death and gives eternal life. What will you do with what you have found in a first fifteen devotional? Craig Denison wrote. God believes that you are worth the death of his son. And there is nothing. You can do to change his mind. The same is true for every person you meet today. There are only two kinds of people in the world those who are spiritually blind and those who can see and are therefore responsible to help those who cannot which are you? I encourage you to connect with Denison form on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to keep the conversation going. Thank you for listening to today's daily article podcast.
7.23.20 Unemployment & possible stimulus measures; Instacart customer data leak
"It's my pleasure to welcome you here to the Clark Howard show where it's all. What about you? I want you to learn ideas me, so you can save more spend less and don't let anyone ever rip you off. Our websites are Clark Dot Com. And Clark Deals Dot Com. So Not so great economic news going on right now. For the first time since March, the number of people filing initial claims for unemployment is rising, and this was pretty clear from private data collection that the rapid spread of Corona virus in on now I think it's fifteen states has led to a reversal in a slowly improving economy around the country, and now things have gone into reverse number of businesses that have. Reopened or now closing or dialing back, people are being laid off. Sadly a second time I mean it's it's a picture and then think about state of Ohio which had done really well with krona virus, getting really worried about people from Ohio who have been going on vacation this summer bringing back Corona virus into Ohio issuing order the need to quarantine. When they returned to Ohio and it's actually, there's no sanctions that come with it. They just want. Anybody to quarantine who has been? To places like Georgia Florida Texas, any of the states that have had these large breaks and they've got I. Mean Ohio. It's pretty widely spreaders a news story about trying to corral this new wave of corona virus from. Infecting the Ohio economy, and so we have this. Thing going on where? Every time we try to get the economy back in gear. We are having trouble in running into roadblocks and the roadblock is that the number of people getting ill is rising and unfortunately the number of fatalities. Is Rising significantly day by day now so congress. Is trying to come up with a replacement new stimulus package and trying to come to an agreement. On. What kind of additional unemployment compensation people will get. and. My thing is pretty simple. We have to. Come up with disease. Management Plan. because. The government just can't keep. Having rescue packages. Because the economy can't get in gear when you look at what other developed countries have been able to do. By having an organized system of testing, tracing in isolating and then getting wide public acceptance for public health protocols, wearing a mask or Bandana or shield, or whatever and keeping distance from people and avoiding large crowds. They been able to be much more success bowl. Opening up their economies and resuming economic activity than we have, so the reality is. Unless we do proper disease management and reduce the risk of people getting corona virus, and dying from it, the economy can't recover, and so this is like the definition of insanity, doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result. And so Congress is going to come up with some kind of stimulus law. Bill that then we'll go to the president for signature. And it will be a modification of what we've had in place. And there's a lot of moving parts, so it's hard to know exactly what the elements are going to end up being, but there are certain provisions that were passed much earlier in the year that weren't expected to be needed. Potentially for longer, and is an example Friday evictions can resume around the country. In properties that. Have Federal loans have loans backed by the federal government. There has been a moratorium on those evictions and that ends. This week and so the evictions can. Actually take place in there's unfortunately a large number of people who have not been able to pay their rents, who may now not have a place to live, and so we have a tough tough thing going on right now and. We need to come together. We as a country. have got to unite. Around simple principles. That will help us manage. We can't defeat. Krona virus until we have effective vaccine's that people widely take, but in the meantime we can greatly reduce the impact of corona virus. If, we develop a clear national program. For, testing, tracing and isolating. And then you and me do our part. In the human behavior side of it. By reducing the chance of exposing others each other to corona virus with wearing protective gear, keeping our distance, and not ending up hanging out in crowds. And, so it's it's not like. It's a big lift for each of us. To make a difference and save lives, and as a result, also improved the economy, but it's something we have to be of one mind about in the nation, and we have been haphazard. We've been disagreeable with each other and we've got to do better. It's time for your questions here on the Clark. Howard show in. If you posted a question for me at Clark Dot, com slash, ask producers and Joel or alternating, asking your questions and Kim. It's your turn all right. This is from Lindsey in Georgia. and Lindsey says in February. This year we signed a two year contract with a satellite TV service and And due to the shutdown there are now no new shows coming on and live. Sports are still a mess. So since those are the two main reasons that we use this service, we would like to cancel or at least suspend in until things go back to normal with coronavirus. Going on to know if there's any options to get out of this contract. Unfortunately, no, there are no specific accommodations being made with the satellite TV services I've been following the industry closely and I've not seen anything from. Dish, network or direct TV offering people, Special Corona virus protections, and I'm looking right now. To See if there's anything. On the websites that's offering any special relief with corona virus and. All, it says. Is that they're offering special safety when somebody comes to your house. To install satellite I see nothing. About anything at all the people who want accommodations because of Corona one thing I would ask is with the satellite players. Do you have the ability with the contract? You have to go to one of the lower priced program packages from what you have right now. Also maybe reduce the number of TV's hooked up to the system. If you can do that without violating the contract and triggering the penalties, you could do that. The penalties by the way go down each month. And if you really don't find it useful, you can cancel and return the equipment. Pay The penalty fee, and it will almost certainly be much much cheaper than what you're paying over a two year period remainder of a two year period for the satellite service. Joe Clark Walter in Maryland says I just got an email about the new horizon visa credit card. This looks to be a good credit card with ten dollars off your phone for every line every month in four percent cashback at grocery stores. Is this really true? Should Horizon Users beginning this card? Yes, so if you were hyper loyal to verizon. Having the is credit card is a loyalty incentive from verizon to try to keep people from switching away verizon's kind of a defensive position in the cell phone industry these days because Reisen tends to be more pricey than its competitors, and so offering this and giving you a discount. That's basically a back door way of doing loyalty credits. Move for a variety customer the way this and card works. Is it so strategic cart? There are certain categories that it works very well for and others not at all, so if you use the verizon as like a situation player card that you use obviously for verizon, use it for groceries. You use it for gasoline. Those four percent use it for restaurants or takeout. You know that's three percent. And so those would be if you limit it to those specific activities. The reisen card is a really smart thing, so it's one of those that I call the back of Wallet Card that you use only for those certain purchases, and then you're better off using a card. That has more generous rewards generally. Than the, Verizon, Card. For other purchases. Kim Rapping in California says we have a reserve -ation. Go to the Turks and Caicos for February of Twenty twenty one. Our passports expire in June of Twenty twenty one I'm afraid to send off our passports for renewal. If no one is working in those offices right now. Do you happen to know the turnaround time also? Do you know if Turks and Caicos require the passport to valid for six months beyond arrival date? Turkson. Keiko's does require an almost every place now requires that you have six months remaining validity on your passport. when you're traveling and I know of no one. Who has? said that they are waving that because of people having difficulty getting a passport renewed so as far as as getting passports renewed. There were significant problems for a while getting passports renewed, but The, truth is is that people are not applying for passports like they normally are, so you've got a combination of lower volume and slower processing, but you'll get it and plenty of time. State Department has resumed processing. Passport applications and with you not going till mid winner. I think you'll be just fine applying for that. Renewal Passport. Joe Clark Lloyd in North Carolina says I'm moving to an apartment while my house is being built for about approximately three months I was told by the apartment manager that I will have to put down a one month. Security Deposit Shell said I could pay a rhino a monthly fee. This company Rhino instead of paying the deposit. Do you know anything about this company? Company and Security Deposit Insurance in general. Is this a scam? No, it's not a scam at all. You're paying for the privilege of having somebody else. Take on the initial risk of your scurity deposit billing you back for it over time, and then making some extra money on top of that, so they're taking on the risk by posting that security deposit. You pay them. And they make a return on their investment that it's better than they could probably make somewhere else so if you're short of cash. And coming up with the security deposit. Is Not. Something you can do. It's not money you can part with. Then this is an alternative, but just know this isn't free money. The reality is for a lot of people coming up with security deposit. Money is a serious roadblock to being able to rent an apartment I. Just want you to make sure if you ever use a security deposit assistant service that you budget, and what you're going to have to pay extra per month, and it's money. You can actually afford to pay every month in addition to your rent. Jacqueline is with us on the Clark. Howard show Hello Jacqueline. How are you? Great, thank you. I really appreciate your show I learned so much from you over the years I switch cutoff a cable and I switched my phone company. Because of your show well, thank you very much. How can I serve you today? Okay so I I love technologies just as much as everybody else so I heard you talk about the five G. Network becoming available, but they are also some kind of talk about how your hinder our health from the radio frequency. So I was just wondering what you think of it, and it's a really true, or shall we embrace bed, or shall we? against it. So you know we've had all through the years. Concerns that people have had about their health. From sailor signals, this I became something. People were really worried about in the mid ninety S, and there was a lot of concern that just you know. Holding a phone by your head would be dangerous for you and. That was something. That's always been kind of out there, but. Even the American Cancer Society says that the towers that are involved with transmitting sailor whether it's five G. or four G. that there's. No. Danger from that at all, and there's a nice right up on their website about it and talking about the potential exposure from it. and. This is not something. That they are particularly worried about so. at the level of the antenna self. In the American Cancer Society briefing there is. A potential concern, but not on the ground being around one so. This is something I I've used to five G. phone now for. Almost a year and I gotTa tell you. It's been a game changer for me. The quality of the data side and the speed is great, but the other thing I use t mobile. The coverage in extreme rural areas of America. That was always iffy on T. mobile now is good in its fast so I'm all in on five. G. And I would say that the hell thing has been a question mark for a lot of people, but there's not data I know that it's real insubstantiated that five G. is interests so I hope that makes you feel more comfortable Jacqueline. Great to have you here on the Clark, Howard. Show, where it's about your empowerment with knowledge, so you can keep more of what you have. So I have a breaking bit of information for you with the newest update coming just minutes ago. That there apparently has been a data breach involving customers of Insta- cart and the criminals have. On people who use cart. Even as recently as cording to buzzfeed. People use dense to cart yesterday. Now. What do the criminals have access to? They have your name. Your Credit Card Information Your address information on transactions all the rest. The criminals have just enough information to engage in idendity fraud and credit fraud. Using your credit card information. You have on file with INSTA- cart special warning for you. If you have. A debit card registered with INSTA- cart. You have much greater danger, because if in fact, your information is hacked. Then, you. Are Having money out of your checking account vanish. And the law is so poor on how it works with Debit Card, fraud versus credit card fraud that the money disappears from Your Bank. You have to then fight with your bank where you're guilty until proven innocent to try to get your money restored. The banks even have such a stacked deck against you with a debit card. that. The bank can take sweet time conducting an investigation. Hold your money for the money. That's vanished for two weeks. And then they can decide on their own. Money back either what they call provisionally. Or Not at all. And, it's a terrible terrible problem. As far as What is known at this point? There's. On, proximity, two, hundred, eighty thousand. Card accounts that has been leaked onto the dark web now INSTA- cart says? That they're not aware of any data breach. At this time we take data, protection and privacy very seriously. It's to their credit. They didn't say that there wasn't a data breach. They said they're not aware of a data breach and it's unknown. How the customer information at this point? Could have leaked, and we also don't know how many other. People beyond the two hundred and seventy, eight, thousand or whatever whose information is out there? The information is being sold. Among criminals for what's very high price, two dollars a person, a lot of times information like on credit card numbers and stuff will sell for pennies. The reason that this is so valuable to crooks. Is that people who use cart tend to be more fluid went. Tend to have more money that the criminals can go after. And they have enough information. With, having all the data that I talked about that, they can do a lot of harm with that information beyond just if they found access to somebody social security number by itself or found somebody who's credit card number by itself. So, what does this mean to you if you're an instant cart user? You WanNa Watch. Activity on the credit card or use a trashy debit card? You need to watch your activity closely with a debit card setup line of words with your financial institution, so you know when transactions are occurring, and you can turn that that card off immediately. If there's suspicious activity with a credit card, you're only responsibility is to review your statement in a timely basis. If there's phony charges, you dispute them so sorry to tell you about this data breach, but it's important that you know early. It's time for your questions. You posted Clark Dot com slash. Ask Kevin Joel. Alternate asking your questions and it's comes turn. That's right, and this is from Eric in Wisconsin Eric says. Hi Clark. I'm considering a new car right now. Given the great incentives that are out there and increasing reliability issues with my beloved to. Three vehicle however thousand. Pretty cool. Pretty cool. It's so great. He goes on to say however I also wanted to buy a home in the next couple of years, so he wants to know. How consequential would it be to apply for home mortgage with an existing car loan? How big of a deal is the debt to income ratio when it comes to home? Loans given modest car loans, PSI have an eight hundred plus credit score, and the car loan would not exceed seventeen thousand dollars. Okay are very cautious. Careful person and I can't remember. The last time somebody asked me a question specifically about buying a home in a couple of years and wine. To make sure you don't hurt your ratios, so if you were to take out this loan. On the vehicle, there's an initial impact on your credit score, and it could actually hurt you in mortgage underwriting. If you're buying a home in less than six months since your intention to buy a home is further down the road. This will not you from a credit APP standpoint in terms of ratios. you know if you carry? Low levels the data and this is a reasonable monthly payment. This is not going to affect you in a significant way with the credit score. You have I'm doubtful that this will impact you in any significant way I mean. I don't expect it impact you at all actually if you're planning to buy a home in, let's say twenty, twenty, one or twenty twenty two. Joel. Clark Joseph in Tennessee says. I'm a middle school. Sixth Grade Teacher and I'm categorized in the high risk population I'm over fifty and have a heart condition. I'm sorry concerned that the school district won't have effective is safety guidelines put in place in time for the school year to begin, so would I be eligible to apply for disability before because of this. To my knowledge, no, you will not be able to do a disability claim but you. Or, being put in such a bind because. You know we've talked so much about the kids and I've been kind of reckless talking about how much I want my kids to go back in the classroom. And now that ship has sailed for my college age daughter. They've now gone. All online and my son's school is starting to waver on whether they're going to be back in the classroom. And so if the school district ut Chen is not taking this seriously and is not planning to implement good safety. Guidelines you need to organize if you're not part of a teacher association, or if you have no union, you need to organize your fellow teachers. and. Put as much pressure as you can. Is Teachers have in other school districts to make sure that there's a safe environment for you? That does not put your life at risk and the kids face very little. Consequence is we generally know, and except from Corona virus is the people a child May in fact that could end up losing a life or losing their health so. I, would say don't sit idly by and become as active as you can. Making Your Voice, and that of the teachers and administrators and staff heard. Kim. On the note of school Cindy in Ohio says. What are your suggestions about money management for teens going off to college this fall. Do you recommend a credit card for emergencies and you know? Are there products that are great for college kids? There are few things you can do here. One is if you're teen is very trustworthy. In how they would use a piece of plastic. You can make a teen and authorized user. On one of your credit cards that will also help your teen establish. If if you have a good payment history in good credit score, you pay this bill on time regularly. It will help your teen establishing credit. Now wants your. Child's College. Then it's possible to get a college student credit card now. The regulation say the college students are not supposed to be able to get a card before twenty one. But I'm finding. That's not in place at all anymore. In fact, my daughter when she went to college, two years ago was able to apply for College, Student Credit Card and get it so having credit established is a very valuable thing. And, if you really trust your teen with money than having them have an authorized user card would be great if you don't trust with money, make him an authorized user. Anyway. Just don't give over the plastic as far as handling money if they. Are Not the most. Reliable and how they handle money. Because every kid's different, I would recommend opening an account at an online bank. and. Having a debit card assigned to it with a small credit limit so that there's not a lot or small credit limit is wrong putting a small amount of money in the checking account with the online bank which control what the spending limit is on the debit card. Joel? Clark, David in Iowa says now the my online bank savings rate went down to one point zero five percent with someone that's only got a few thousand and savings. Is it better to just put that money into a Roth IRA or should I leave it in the savings account? Are So the savings. Rates are going to continue to decline is. The economy looks like the recovery is going to be much longer than we would want her hope and I think we could see even with the online banks. The savings rates fall below half percent in the next couple of months, but The Roth is a that's a different puzzle. Because if you take all your, what would be your rainy day money and you stash it into a Roth IRA. You now have no rainy day money. You will have put money aside for the long term. You invest that money. and. It could really help you many years down the road, but they're really different kinds of things. It's not even like apples and oranges. It's like apples and cream. They're so different when you talk about having an online savings account for. Thirty savings and having a Roth IRA which is build solid, long-term financial future but I do like the Roth and I. Really am the man from raw so if There's no time like the present. If you think it would be safe for you to wipe out your savings to put money in a Roth IRA in an investment account, and look at my investment guide car, DOT COM and the WO- cost companies that I recommend in the finds that I'd like you to look at putting your money into Kim. Tyler in Georgia says I just received a two hundred six dollar bill from our dentist for services that were provided two years ago. Man Really, yeah, my feeling is that maybe the dental practice is combing through old records to find a way to generate to generate billion. Regardless I painted the building that was presented to me two years ago and they just sent me four pages of really complicated billing and I can't even reconcile what I've already paid. So can they do this because I'm sure? My FFA is going to reject something that it's this old. So you don't know for certain that the F. Essay will reject paying this, but. The dentist is not under any. There's no. There's no deadline that says you can't send a bill to somebody. In a period of time, it's what rights they have to collect against that bill that are different from state to state and change with time, but what I would do is I would contact the billing person at the dentist and say you can't make heads or tails of what they've sent you from two years ago, and could they go over it with you? pull up your account and go over it with you and try to explain to you how they came up with the two Oh six, and without a know your frustration without getting too snarky with them. Try to get an explanation about how they came up with. The two hundred and six dollars and why it took so long. Tanner is with us on the Clark. Howard show Hello Tanner. Clark. How are you doing great? Thank you. What's going on? So me and my wife are getting ready to buy our first house and we've been kind of debating back and forth on in today's interest rate environment that makes more sense for us to aggressively pay down the house, or just a MAC our retirement before paying extra on the house. Definitely Max out retirement before paying down on the house, the interest rate. What interest rate are you likely to get on the hulk? So so we're looking at a thirty year three percent or either a fifteen for two point five percent. Wow. Okay. So, now you put me into a bind because excess with fifteen year mortgages. Is Option for people. because. My experience has been that when people do with thirty and say they're gonNA put the extra money into savings or investments. Somehow it never quite makes it there so I. I love the fifteen the lower rate. And the fact that you get out of debt twice as fast, but there's such a great advantage. Your rates are so low in either case. To paying the mortgage as agreed. So if you are sounds like you're really disciplined. That! Putting money in retirement accounts really helps balance out your overall picture. Because even if you pay off your house, you can't eat your house, right. You mean money you've saved. To do that, so tell me give me a picture if you were to. Take the fifteen year loan, two and a half percent interest versus thirty year three percent. What does that do to you on the saving for retirement side like how would affect you? I could probably still do it, but it'd be a little tight, so I was thinking, maybe doing the thirty, and then Max the retirement, Al and anything extra throw the house. And that's perfectly acceptable to do, but if I was maxing out a 401k. And then I was trying to decide what to do with the next hour. I would still say should go in a Roth IRA. If you're income-eligible, then go towards the mortgage on the house. Okay, because you're Harry. Cost to the three percent mortgage rate is so so low that the odds over time, or you're going to significantly out earned that. In Your Roth IRA. Every year you're going to have down years an appears, but over time the you doubt earned that, and you have more flexibility having money in that Roth IRA that grows tax free in his spat tax free. Right that's kind of what I was thinking i. just kind of wanted to hear from you. Well congratulations to you for being in a position where you can even make these decisions, and it's because you live on so much less than what you make, and that is what gives you power in our capitalist systems. Good for you. You're listening to the Clark Howard show. Thanks for joining us today. The Clark Howard show is produced by Kim droves Joel Ours Guard Debra Reese and Jim Airs and remember twenty four hours a day. We're there to serve you at Clark Dot. COM AND CARD DEALS DOT COM.
Alcohol: A Pour Decision?
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There is groundbreaking new research on the benefits of drinking alcohol. Moderately many studies have shown that drinking a moderate amount of red wine can help the fight against heart disease, Alzheimer's, and some cancers one to two glasses of something day that might actually be pretty good for you. But while many of us would drinking up this news things recently changed if you turned on the telly last year, you were hearing a very different story. We hate to be the ones to break some sobering news to you. But a major new study says no amount of alcohol is good fuel overall health. So what's going on a science now saying to booze even that one glass of wine dinner does more harm than good? No amount of alcohol is good for you, not even a little bit. Is this thing that we love doing? After a stressful day of work really killing us. Well, it turns out that what we thought was a fairly simple question. Took us down this rabbit hole with things just got curious and curious, and it became almost impossible to know what to think we even surveyed around fifty experts about their thoughts on alcohol, and they couldn't give us a clear answer either. So might as well give up right never hear it signs buses this no question too. Confusing. No, research, quagmire too sticky strap on you be goggles. Get yourself ready for a peer reviewed adventure to find out once and for all is alcohol. Good for us or not. When it comes to alcohol. There are lots of opinions. But then this science. Scientists alcohol is coming out to stop to the break. Geez. This episode of science is brought to you by Lassen whose collaboration software helps teams open up. So they work better together. Openness is important to Alaskan. Because it's important for teams. They believe that being comfortable saying what you think and listening to what other people think creates the trust that strengthens teams. 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I'm Ali Fisher from the cut on Tuesdays when you're alone in high but private delights, do you crave? Honestly, Swiss Miss pudding is the best thing to eat while high wet sweet. What? That's like a. For more people for secrets more pudding. Subscribe now to the cut on Tuesdays for Gimblett media and the cut. Welcome back today. We finding out if that cheeky BIA is killing us. We all know that drinking a lot like folding sedate can be bad for us. It increases our risk for all kinds of diseases like leave a disease, and it makes it more likely that will get into serious accidents. But way, it's confusing is when it comes to drinking in moderation, you know, cracking open a cold one or two because it seems like every day we he's something different. Some say it's good for you, some say, it's bad for you. An all I want to know is can I have a be up to start out Ginny in answering this question, we wanted to take you to a time where basically no one was seriously arguing that alcohol was good fee. The whole of the violent narcotic almost as if it's aim in life was to transform man back into an animal. This is a PSA from nineteen fifty two all takes his five drops out the whole for every thousand drops of blood and brother, you're dead. Things changed alcohol in the nineteen seventies. Though that was win very curious study came out showing that alcohol might actually be good for you. It found that people who drank had fath- you a hot attacks than those who didn't drink and it caused a huge heart disease kills hundreds of thousands of Americans each year. It's the biggest killer around an if this finding was true no longer would drink his dead ducks. But they might be majestic eagles soaring to health. Are the scientists immediately bellied up to the Bob and wanted to doubt. Could this be true could alcohol really be good for you? I was surprised that there was something that seems so simplistic it really was just really having a couple glasses of wine with dinner can have that's drug of an impact. Eric rim is a professor of epidemiology and nutrition at Harvard and one of his first big studies was checking to see if that nineteen seventies. Paper was right after all the idea that alcohol could help you hot it sounded too. Good to be true. Yeah. I think people were skeptical and notably alcohol was bad. People showed up in hospitals had too much. And therefore if too much was bad, then, you know, moderate amount was bad too. So in the nineteen eighties. Eric tried to get to the bottom of the glass. He got more than forty thousand men to tell him how much they drank the medical history. And he. Also asked the men what they ate to see if maybe it wasn't the alcohol, but something the drink his happened to be eating that was protecting their hot. Maybe we can sift out is at the outcome of the diet. So we had a four pages where we asked him about their diet and was a list of about one hundred thirty foods. So you'd go through and tell us how many sweet potatoes you eight on average over the last year how much red negro wait to make sure that Eric could trust the people were accurately. Filling out his survey Eric's team later made Shaw that what people said they ate lined up with what was actually in their bodies. So they look for specific chemicals found in certain foods. So if eat a lot of carrots that means you should have a lot of beta carotene in your blood and sure enough people that reported more carrots at much higher levels of beta carotene, people that reported more tuna had more mercury in their toenails, which we expect because there's mercury Antuna tuna. So you actually went and measured. The mercury. And people's tornadoes to make sure that they were reporting that unit consumption correctly. Yeah. We have one of the world's largest collections toenails. I don't like to brag about that. But that comes up at parties. Yeah. Sounds like a real radio back to Eric's fifth study as the late nineteen eighties were rolling into the nineties. Eric stats, plugging, oldies info about what people drank and ate and whether they got a heart attack into a computer, which was very fancy for the time you hit the enter key in this case ahead of eight hours for it to churn through because the computers were pretty slow at that time. And when the results popped up Eric found that alcohol really was good for the men's hearts. Any amount of alcohol lowered their risk of heart diseases. And generally speaking, the more, they drank the stronger, the effect and the benefit from booze. Who's huge like men who drank three glasses a day. They had a thirty five percent lower risk of getting a heart attack than those who drank nothing. And this was after you considered what they ate that. I looked at the result going can't be that strong. It can't be that strong that the really is thirty five percent reduction Eric's like hardly anything you do make that big of a difference. So the absolute risk reduction is very similar to exercising regularly. How Eric found that drinking booze low at the men's risk of a heart attack as much as exercising regularly, which is Bonk is. And if you're into -lica-, the news booze was about to get even better Dimic difference. What you drink that if you like vodka or if you'd like be or if you're? Liked white wine. You had the same benefit as red wine. Other studies have come out backing this up to be a gin whisky to Keila all of them were found to be good for your heart. And while Eric's, I study was only in men all the research has found that it worked for women to their risk of Connery. Hot disease dropped if they only had one or two glasses a day. And as all of this research on came out, scientists immediately started wondering why? When researches did some digging they found a few things going on that might explain this. For example, alcohol may raise your good cholesterol, keeping Plock from building up in your operates. It also might prevent blood clots all good stuff for preventing future hot attacks. It seemed like case of wine closed. I dare say there's a few people at my institution who have toasted me for thirty years since my initial publication. Yeah. Yeah. It is not just my friends. It is my colleagues as the dean of our school say drink oh round. I'm cracking been called one. And I'm taking a sip. Well, before I down this issued know that not everyone is hosting. This idea that alcohol is good for your heart can hang on a minute. This is so flawed. This is so fundamentally flawed. This is Tim stock. Well, he's a professor of psychology at the university of Victoria in Canada, and Tim he is battling tame boobs. He's pot of tame, boo. Who's that's gonna get confusing? So before we jump to the conclusions the alcohol, which is such a nice conclusion. It's no it's more complicated than that scientists in. Tim's camp, they were the ones who threw a wrench into all this intoxicating booze research, but Tim wasn't always a potty pupa. In fact, he used to think that alcohol was good for your heart. Then he met a sociologist called K film. All it was really when I met K Fillmore and got to know. Her and her work began to seriously question the scientific evidence tell me about Kate. She she was quite quite oh, she was one feisty when she's about five foot nothing. Heavy smoke. She liked to scotch and oh my God. She was she would give it to anybody in large public meetings and K was about to stop giving it to scientists like Eric she died several years ago. But Tim told us that case started thinking they was something fishy about all these alcohol studies. So she phoned Tim, and yeah, I get this coolest gravelly voice. She was smoking away puffing on a cigarette and team. Can you help me Tim said yes as like all right? All these studies showing that those who drink have less hot disease than those who don't well. Have you ever thought who are they use known drinkers in these studies like what kind of person doesn't drink anything? It might seem like people who don't drink would be these healthy types. You know, my body is a temple. The case espected that wasn't true. She started looking into the studies that have been done on people who don't drink and found something kinda shocking, generally speaking, they will more likely to be unhealthy many of them used to drink, but then have to stop for some medical reason. And so the team figured while. If you wanna know if alcohol is good for you. Then it's a bad idea to be comparing drinkers to these Tae titles there on healthy. So they make the mulcher drinkers look good by comparison, the people who did drink and then stopped. Well, some scientists coal them sequences, and it sounds like a bad burn. But it basically means they didn't stop drinking because they will running triathlon. But because they weren't well. So Tim Kaethe ought. Let's only look at the studies that we trust like. Those that don't have this problem with sit quiz, and when they did that and ran the numbers and all of a sudden alcohol wasn't good for you hot anymore. Tim remembers the moment that the tame forget it out remember being stuck in the in the snowstorm and talking with her on the phone and working over the data. And yep. It was pretty clear that the significance fell away significance fell away. That's the dorky way of saying that his paper couldn't find evidence that BIA is good for my heart. You someone that people want to invite to parties based on racer such? Oh, ooh. I was invited around to Dinna friends last night. So I'm not a complete pariah. I do occasionally leave my house, and when Tim and k published this study in two thousand six it got a lot of media attention making headlines across the US saying that alcohol might not be good for us anymore. And it really set the stage for the confusion that's been mixing us up today. Even one glass of wine at dinner does more harm than good one day. It'll kill you the next it'll save your life. Eric teams research was like a shot of vodka across the bow. Eric says he's taken the quiz into account in his studies. And he's still finds that alcohol is good for our heart. But team has other problems with these research and basically inches around this idea that it's just really hard to account everything that might be different about people who drink and those who don't and so if you'll finding that drinkers have lower rates of hot disease, it's hard to know that alcohol is the reason why this is a very complex issues. These are hugely complicated things to resolve. And so the two sides have gone round and round on this with no end in sight. And by the way, the fact that no one has put a coking this yet made us wonder if maybe other than these noti gripes could this be about the alcohol industry like they brewing up their own research. I mean, a big national institutes of health study just got cancelled because of worries about interference from big alcohol produce Merrill, Hawn asked him about it. Do you think it explains this debate? Why there some researchers that are so convinced at Oklahoma's good for your heart. Oh, the industry funding. He is just a small out of it. Most of these studies funded by the Oklahoma industry and full disclosure. We have alcohol advertising on signs Fasces away from industry funding, though, Eric actually has a totally different complaint for us. I am concerned that by doing the story you're doing it somewhat of a disservice by giving equal weight to both sides. You've essentially said, well, this is what the fields like when you go to a conference. So the equal people on both. Sides of the aisle. This is not like a wedding with as equal number of people on the bright side and the groom side after talking to Rick. We want show what to think? So we ended up reaching out to hundreds of scientists to find out what was going on here like with this booze battle for real ends out that a bunch of scientists are now questioning if alcohol is good for your heart. So we head back from around fifty experts, and they was split off a great with Eric and the other half. I the didn't think alcohol help Joe hot. They said, they didn't know. So clearly, you still a spirited debate. Ultimately, what did we land? Well last year to be groove us came out pulling together work from the entire field. And these newest studies tend to show that Eric is right alcohol seems to be good for your heart. But a couple of caveats now that more studies are being more careful with things like the quitter effect. They finding some things that are different to what Eric found for one men and women get a benefit today. Hot after just about one drink a day. It's not the more you drink the stronger, the effect also more sobering news alcohol isn't as good at protecting your hot as that early. Research had found. Conclusion it does look like alcohol can protect us against hot disease, which is the biggest killer in the United States. But it's not the lifesaver that those earliest studies had found so bottom line. I'm taking a sip of my. But I'm a little less excited about it. Now while the hot is getting all this attention. There's something else going on with alcohol, and you'll body something else that might make you think twice before picking up that gloss. Now when I go harm, and I go to take a beer from the fridge. I'm now going to be thinking of what you just said good. Not for me. 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Find yo fit at target dot com. Or look for Auden in your nearest target store. Welcome back. So if he is as we've been hearing that some alcohol is good for us. The compensation has basically scented around your hot, you could say it's the heart of the issue. But something's been bobbing under the surface. This whole time like the leave the bottom of a MARTINI gloss. And this thing might overshadow any of the potential benefits that alcohol is giving to our hot. And it's can't saw Susan gap STA. The American Cancer Society is looking into this which she says could make some awkward conversation over cocktails of curse, you get the original all my gosh. Don't show her my drink. But you know, then then it's people are curious. They wanna know. Yeah. And we wanted to know. So when it comes to Canada how much alcohol is safe to drink. So the most recent evidence has shown that when it comes to cancer. There is no safe amount. No safe amount. What Susan is saying here is that even that cheeky gloss two of wine every day is bad news. When it comes to many different types of cancers, even at low amounts of consumption, drinking alcohol increases, the risk of mouth and throat cancers cancers of the Asaf against which is that tube in the body just beyond your throat. Another big one for women is breast cancer lot drinking bumps up your chances of getting it the research suggests it's even riskier if you've been JR. And the news gets worse. The more you. Drink then your risk of getting old kinds of cancers go up so how is alcohol doing this? How is it causing cancer? Well, he's one way can happen. Susan told us that off do you have one drink the alcohol is broken down into something called acid ala. Hide acid. Oh, the high reacts with DNA with proteins to basically glob onto them as it outta hide sticks to DNA, and it can squish itself right in the middle of the double helix getting all up in the DNA business and all this contribute mutations in our DNA leading to cancer cells, and that's just one mechanism. There are others. Acid L to hide can prevent those cells that are damaged from dying. This is a problem because how body has a way to clean up damage cells. So they don't stick around and growing humus, but as all the hydroxy sub two and when those dud cells messed up DNA, don't die. We can get cancer. We want damaged cells to die and to hold. I'd can help inhibit that Duff. I mean, I'm imagining myself now when I go home, and I go to take a beer from the fridge, which I know is currently sitting in the fridge. I'm now going to be thinking of what you just said good. Not for me. So alcohol increases our risk of getting cancer. But I mean, doesn't basically everything give us cancer. What we wanted to know is help that es it like alcohol liquid cigarette. Well, we all know that when it comes to Kantha CDs are the worst about nineteen percent of cancers in the population can be attributed to smoking. And Susan told us that almost six percent of cancers in the US a caused by alcohol. Six percent. So not as bad as CDs. Still great. And if you've got a cold one sitting next to you, what does all this main like how much will that drink increase your risk of getting cancer? Well to give you an example, one of the cancers that you'll most likely to get from having a drink h day, his actually brisk cancel that's for woman. Anyway. So let's zoom in on. This Susan told us that the average woman's lifetime risk of getting breast cancer is a little more than twelve percent. But if she's drinking about five drinks a week her whisk jumps up to a little more than thirteen percent. And it can be hard to know what to feel about a stat like that. So he's how Susan thinks about it. This is something you can do if you're worried about your cancer risk. If you're a woman, you are worried about your breast cancer risk. Minimizing your consumption, if you are a to drink a day drinker, you know, starting to reduce that is something you can do currently the national guidelines in the US recommend that women shouldn't drink more than one drink a day and men should keep it to when we dug into these recommendations, we realized that that wasn't clear science as to why the cutoff is like this. It's now looking like everyone's risk for cancer goes up if they have just one gloss a day. And as we mentioned, the newest research is showing that the benefit to everyone's hot on average comes from one drink too. So when it comes to alcohol, should we raise a glass. One does alcohol help out hot. Yes. Probably. Well, the some thirty odd g body going on overall the research does show that it can reduce your risk of getting hot disease. And that is the number one killer in the US to does alcohol increase our risk of cancer. Yes. Even if you don't drink very much and the more you drink the greater your risk, by the way cancer. That's the second biggest killer in the US. So Al Kahal good for the hot bad for the cancer. Should I drink this beer or not we asked all about experts where they personally stood on drinking? And while none of them would big boozers. None of them had caught out out hall completely. Redwine fan mostly although good shark. Nathan California's great, look, I I like a glass of wine would be ah these days, I never dream too. I think you know, I love better Chardonnays. For me. I'm going to finish this. But I worked prac- I've been the one. So. Cheese. That science is alcohol. Lawn for science passes. Hi, Wendy, how many citations in this week's episode this week, we have ninety citation nineteen citations, and that includes also vay. Yeah. Shot to Michelle. Dang are. Fantastic. New inter no my God. 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231: Conquering & Avoiding Breast Cancer With the 7 Essentials System From Dr. V
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We're gonna hear about her own personal journey with breast cancer. Which is fascinating also gives her an empathetic perspective to understand other women who are facing the same journey. Having been wellness the wellness world for forty years. She brings decades of experience to help other women Dr v welcome and thanks for being here. Thank you so much Katy. I'm so excited to speak to your audience. Likewise, I'm so excited to have you here with us. And I always love to start by learning a little bit more about the guest. So you are from my understanding a bio energetic chiropractor by profession, can you can take us through your background and the type of practice. You had. Had and how you got into that. Sure. When I was sixteen years old. I realized that I want to bring wellness to the world. I was one of those light bulb moments when I heard electric from a chiropractor in so I left Canada, variant gauge and went on my quest for learning everything I could about Wallace in healing. The body naturally saw became a chiropractor in not just the, you know, the pain relief type of chiropractic. But I guess you could give compared to a natural path where I really dove into a lot of studies about nutrients in supplementation and homeopathy volatility energy medicine. So there was a compilation of a lot of things that I did when I was in my practice. Interestingly I'd been in practice for about three years. My father was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, and you know, other than just the obvious in a heartbreak there was something in the back of my mind that was. Just gnawing at me because I felt that there was something that could be done for him. But unfortunately, traditional medicine didn't offer him anything. They just basically sent a monk to die which he did in about six weeks. So that really was a big turning point for me because I went to the library. You know, nineteen Eighty-three no internet back the end. If you get a magic what that's like did a lot of researched spoke to few natural cancer clinics which were few and far between back then in in realized that there were things that could have been done to support my father in his last moments on the earth. And I went home in end that really lit a fire, my soul, I- plied all those principles in my practice was seeing some pretty amazing things going on with my patients mean people were reversing MS rheumatoid arthritis and auto immune diseases children were you know, were getting better or, you know, by plying the principles that I was teaching. So that's a little bit about my background in what I was doing for many years of my life. While and then beyond that you had your own journey with breast cancer. If I remember from what I've read of you, and it wasn't a traditional one. Can you walk us through your own story of that? And what you learned in the process. Yes, you know here. It was Dr via was in practice for about almost twenty five years. I guess and I was in shower doing breast self exam, which we definitely talk about that. And I felt that lump that changed the course of my life forever, professionally in personally. And so I knew right away that what I was going to do is going to affect a lot of people because obviously my fations eventually knew about it. So as I was going through my journey. I was just like anybody else, there were fears. There was frustration. There was confusion. There was overwhelms. You know, some moments of Dalton three o'clock in the morning those mid night sweats that I realized that it was so. Complicated in even back in two thousand four. There was starting to be a lot of information in people were confused about which way to go into came to healing and reversing diseases like cancer. So I really felt that if I was going through that I wanted to be able to simplify it so women going forward if they were faced with situation like mind that they could have a step by step guide would walk them through and would take away a lot of frustration and confusion in the overwhelm. So that's what I created the semi central system. And that that really has been a great guide for for women. We've coached women in forty one countries hundreds and hundreds of women in. So it's it's been a real help in. I just want to add to that. I've kinda come out of the closet. Not everybody knows this that. I'm speaking about it more freely now. In two thousand fifteen I had a recurrence. So talk about the station. Riot hero was the breast cancer conqueror. You know, that's how I was known by then and I was teaching on stages and wrote a book called he'll briskets naturally. And yet I started facing a second journey. So what the heck right? What happened? What was I missing was I- fraud, the seventy central's not work in. What was what was going on in my life? So I had to really take step back and just like we teach our clients. It's so important to look at each of these central's and make sure that your plying all the principles in that you're taking time to heal. And I think that was the big problem for me is that I was so caught up in taking care of these women and really wanted so desperately everybody to get. Well, right. I want to heal the world. But I I realized very quickly that was. Draining my energy, I didn't proper boundaries in just brought me down the spiral of facing another journey. So the good news is two thousand or two thousand nineteen now by August of twenty eighteen everything was clear vibrantly healthy, again feeling great and learned a lot. So the second part of my journey. I've included in the second addition of my new book that's coming out in few months while that's incredible. And I wanna go deep on the seven central's in a couple of minutes. But I would love to know if you're comfortable sharing what kind of treatment, you chose for breast cancer that to question many people have when they get that news. Also, what things during that time, regardless of treatment, you feel like really made the biggest difference for you in just how you felt well, you know, from two thousand first journey two thousand four was a little different than two thousand fifteen because I learned so much by the time. I was coaching. Women's specifically on breast cancer insulin. There was a lot more research a lot more availability of different tool. So basically, you know, two thousand four I did a lot of homeopathy tinctures high-dose times just really hunkered down changed my diet than a lot of emotional work. I discovered I had a cabernet shin which I did calculations isn't infection in the bone. As a result of extraction of the tooth was not properly cleaned out. And that sat on the left breast Meridian imagine that and in two thousand fifteen I'm used more blood were different kinds of tasks that were now vailable different protocols. One of the things that I did was the RG C C tests or the grace test as it's known and basically found out what natural extracts supported my healing. In would really kill those breast cancer. Stem cells did a lot of high dose vitamin c ivy's a lot of emotional work. Did you know another deep dive in that area? And you know, had some more cafe shins had to have some dental surgeries. And ozone injections of you know, it's it's never done in once and done type of situation. Once you've developed issue with your health. I believe that it's very important to keep pulse on your health at all times. Yeah. I definitely agree with you on that for sure disarray back a little bit. So you mentioned you found this during breast examining. No, that's one of those things that were always told that we should do. But having actually been through that process in a now working with women who are facing the same thing. Can you give any tips or advice for the best way the timing? How to make sure we're not missing. While. The great news is there's more and more research showing how effective a breast self exam can. Be if women are properly trained as a matter of fact, there was a twenty five year Canadian study where they compared mammography in self breast exam, and they found this was on ninety thousand women they found that there was really no difference when it came to mammography and self exam. They were basically the same in the Maga did not reduce breast cancer mortality rate at all so learning to do a proper self exam is so important in there's a new tool that's coming out. That's called live breast friend. Now the foundation the mammoth care foundation is a foundation that has trained clinicians for over thirty years on how to do a proper exam on women in. It involves the use of the silicone breast model with. Feels exactly like breast tissue. And there's little tumors are not jill's different depths in different sizes in this model. And so the company Medicare foundation has asked me to bring this product to the general public. So that women will be able to have access to the silicone model and learn how to do a proper breast self exam because there's a lot of confusion out there about do standing up you laying down July on your side in a window. I do to all those questions will will be answered with this this new training module called my best friend of stay tuned for that. Because that'll be coming out in a few months as well. That's fascinating, you mentioned mammograms, and that's a question. I get pretty often because people like doctrine cola have brought a awareness to the fact that mammograms can have their own risks. And so there are now people recommending alternative methods like through mog Raphy. I'm curious your. Take on that. And both what you did personally, and what you recommend while I've never had a mammogram. Personally. It's my belief in in research has shown that compression, and constant radiation too, sensitive tissue, like breast tissue can increase your risk for breast cancer at can't spread you know, you think about it. If there's a little tumor in the breast new compressive, very hard, and you add radiation to that. That's not a good a good recipe for for good health. So there are alternatives in not telling your audience not to have a mammogram. But I'm I'm encouraging them to make informed decisions. So if you choose to do a mammogram, yet, get another tool, obviously, the self breast exam is great and ultra sound is also another great way to assess breast tissue afterma graffiti, Margaret does not diagnose cancer. But it looks at the physiology in the changes in the breast. Issue to see if there's more heat, if there's you know, inflammation. There's imbalances in the hormones it'll show up as red hot on the image. And so there's blood tests also that we call liquid biopsies which can let you know, if there's cancer cells floating around in your bloodstream that you may not even know in this very very early detection because when you look at traditional bloodwork, you know, very very knacker when it comes to cancer markers in medical doctors will admit that as well. And if you have a pet scan for example, a pet scan will not pick up anything smaller than four millimeters. So he can still have those circulating cells in not be aware of it. So the good news is you can really practice. Very early detection with all the technology. We have available to us here. I'm so glad that there are advances in auctions for women. It's not just a single option anymore. It's encouraging to see. In. I'd love to go deep step by step on your seven essentials because there's some are definitely similar to things that I've talked about my audience will be familiar with. But I love the way you broke them down. So can you start at the top and walk us through what they are. And why you feel they're so important. Sure. Sure. And feel free to stop Manny time because I don't want rat along for Yuna, fifteen minutes on the seventy central. So if there's something that you want interject as I go through them feel free to do that. So essential number one is let food be your medicine in. I know your audience is very well aware that you know, all the research all the work, the blogs that you've written about nutrition. Nutrigenomics your podcasts are awesome on educating people about how food can affect your, gene expression. So for breast cancer specifically there are specific foods like Christopher vegetables in lots of greens. Minimizing things that may have chemical estrogens in them, like don't drink out of a plastic bottle. No, some basic things that you've talked about as well. So that's the central number one food is foundational essential number twos. To reduce your exposure. Now, we live in a toxic world. We can't live in a bubble. It's obvious. There's going to be exposed no matter how clean we try to eat. And I was listening to a podcast the other day with Jack Bush, you know, he's the developer of restore which helps to heal the lining of the gut. And he said that semi five percent of the earth's rainwater has go IFA sate in it. So that means even if you buy organic food the possibility of being tainted with glyphosate is still there, which is very sad and frustrating at the same time. But the good news is there are things that you can do to reduce your exposure, you know, be aware of the chemicals that you use. In your home. Look under your saying insane. If you're using things that are toxic the things that you put on your skin because everything you put on your skin is directly absorbed into your body. Look at the math exposure know, you've done some podcasts on on the dangers of M F in that something I'm really passionate about because I was I am very lectu sensitive, and that was one of the key issues back in two thousand four when I had no idea with all of this radiation was was affecting us in effecting, our sleep. And so being aware of of the EMS in minimizing that as much as you can't little things that you can do put the, you know, the glasses that shield the blue the green and the purple lights, especially at night watch. What you're you know, as far as your laptops in your electron don't have them too close to your body. Don't have your cell phone in your bra women who have had their self. Owns in the broth for many years sometimes developed tumors in the shape of their cell phone. I mean, that's been documented so no really become aware of EMF become aware of things that you can do to detoxify on a regular basis, you know, infrared near infrared saunas coffee, animus kalanick's doing liver, flush liberal, cleanses Amine. There's lymphatic drainage, rebounding. The you know, there's just a lot of things that you can do to reduce your toxic exposure, he central number three is to balance your energy. Now, we are one billionth physical matter the rest of us has all energy. If we could imagine we're basically one big laser light that you know, has a few molecules of carbon that makes us more physical. So how do we keep that energy balanced in the chaotic world that we live in while there's basic things chiropractic, very important because it balances your nerve system, which is the master computer for. For every single cell in your body acupuncture exercise in moving your body is so important American Cancer Society said that if you just move your body's thirty minutes a day it can increase longevity for women who've had breast cancer, a massage reflects all g just basic things. Making sure you're getting proper sleep sleep is is one of those things that unfortunately, thirty five forty percent of Americans suffer from sleep deprivation in our on some sort of medication for sleep sleep. Can if you don't have proper sleep it can turn on cancer causing genes. Turn off cancer protective genes, you don't Dettori EFF he'll as well. If you're not sleeping, so really work on creating that sacred space in your bedroom. So to speak by getting rid of all your electron IX in getting to bed early. Not looking at your phone ipad. Add at ten o'clock at night, you know, he should turn all of those things off by non o'clock, the latest and then lastly when it comes to balancing, your hormones, balanced, your energy hormones as the big big deal. I know women have been told that their hormones are driving cancer. Ryan if they have it estrogen positive or progesterone positive cancer. They're they're told by their doctors that they need specific drugs to suppress their hormones. So if we try to reason on this for just a minute, you know, just think about it. We need our hormones for vital health. We need our hormones for brain health. Bone health, cardiac health, immune health and far hormones were driving cancer every twenty year old on the planet, who's arranging hormone would be driving cancer. So the question is what is driving those hormone driven cancers two things number one is your exposure to chemical estrogen or we call the Zeno estrogens. So look at your environment pesticides, herbicides can can drive and mimic estrogen medals. So if you're using an attack per sprint aluminum is classified as a metal estrogen it can Nimick stimulate estrogen production in the body mercury silver fillings in your mouth or fifty percent. Recreate mercury is a metallic estrogen it can stimulate and Dr estrogen production in the body. So Hera bins things that are in cosmetics as purpose preservative that can mimic estrogen. So look at those chemical estrogens at you may be exposed to do everything you can't minimize them. Plastics BPA all of those things dry cleaning fluid. I mean, the list goes on and on and the second thing you need to look at when it comes to balancing your hormones is to find out if you have a problem in metabolising. Or methylated ING your estrogens. I know Katie you've you've talked about you've had podcasts about in a proper methylation and that such a key principle because if you're not metabolising breaking down your estrogens properly in excreting them from the body. Yes than you will have those aggressive estrogens. So suppressing your hormones is not necessarily the answer. Because we know there's so many side effects to those drugs, but looking at your exposure to chemical estrogens in finding out if you can metabolize estrogen properly any thoughts on that Katy. I think you're right. I think that's so important so reluctance of ledger shining light on these those essential number three balancing your energy. Now, we're gonna move onto essential number four in that's healing emotional wounds. Now, that's a very touchy subject in its very deep one for anybody who's on a healing journey. Whether it's cancer or MS or auto immune disease was always emotional connections to a disease, and why is that because we know that our thoughts literally create proteins year transmitters that speak to camera single cell in our body. And so if you're sending negative thought patterns in low frequency thoughts, then guess what your body's going to pick that up and translated into physical. Energy. So very important to look at your stuff from the past the present, you know, how are you managing your stress. What is your lifestyle? Like do. You have a lot of anger deliver your life with joy and gratitude and feelings of abundance, vibrant, health, or are you a Debbie Downer. Really, take an honest look at your life. And there's so many great books out there that that can help you one of my favorites is Louis. Hey could heal your life. I mean, she was she was a rebel back in the eighties talking about mindfulness and having positive attitude and after mations. You know, it's so important to look at the saints that you dealt with for me specifically, you know, I didn't realize until my late forties that I had been sexually abused by a convicted paedophile from the age of three to five. It was one of those stories you hear about suppressed memory and after many years of therapy in counseling, troubled marriages and relationships it finally serviced. And you know, my mother misters confirmed it, but nobody ever talked about it because this was the late fifties. And so not that everybody's gonna have some deep dark secret. It's gonna surface, but it's really important to take the time to manage your life into calm, your heart. If you have your foot on the accelerator slow to speak in the pedal to the metal, you cannot heal your body when you're. When your body's in the fight or flight mode. It's like being chased by sabertooth tiger and thinking about meditating healing at the same time. It just doesn't happen. So you have to learn to create boundaries into learn to say, no. And to learn to do things for yourself because that is where the real healing begins. Yeah. So agree with you on that. I think the emotional side is so underestimated I'm so glad it's being talked about more now. But I know that was something I had to address I thought for so many years that I could just push through very type A, I could just power through everything. And finally realized just how big that emotional key is and for me that process involves things like working through past traumas, but also learning gratitude and making that a part of my day and more importantly for me, even finding community finding people around me every day that I loved that. I could spend time with I think about so underestimated I love that. You're. Awareness about as well. That's such a good point. I'm glad you brought that out I community. There was a eleven year study gone done on women with breast cancer in they found if they learn to manage their stress in number two if they had community support they had a semi nine percent decreased risk of dying from their disease. So that shows you how portent community and managing your emotions. Can you know, how important to aspects can be now essential number five has to do with bottle dentistry? Now, I talked a little bit about why experience and basically biological dentists is going to understand that your teens are directly related to your organs through the acupuncture. Meridian your teeth are basically separate little Oregon's. And if there's a hunk of metal in a tooth as a silver filling, for example, that can affect the flow to that were readying, which if it sitting on a breast, Meridian, guess what that can block that healing energy. And from a chemical point of view. We know that Phillies are fifty percent mercury. Plus a hodgepodge of other toxic metals and the those chemicals are being released in your body. Every time you eat every time you drink. Now. I often hear the the statement while they've been in here for twenty five years. I guess the workers all gone that's the furthest thing from the truth. If you go on YouTube and you Google smoking tooth, you'll see a dentist rubbing amalgam on an old filling was twenty five years old, and you can see the Mesler mercury vapors just being released. From that too. So I don't care. How will that feeling is if you have feelings those need to new replaced in my opinion, so Consol within biological dentists and talk about? Root canals as well. It's very important that gender stand that a root canal is just a dead organ. It's like having a dead appendix or dead gall bladder in your body. It's infected and no matter how a septic or clean. They try to make it. There's always a pocket of deadly bacteria that are giving off lots of toxins, oppressing, your Yoon system. And again, if it's sitting on abreast where radian that's one of the first areas that I would certainly encourage you to address with your your politics dentists and the last thing when it comes to dentistry in something called Cava tation, not not a cavity. But a cab tation accommodation occurs when a tooth extracted and the pocket is not cleaned out. Properly. A lot of the ligaments are left left behind and when it heals closes up that creates a potential site for infection in the bone and interestingly in mice. Second healing journey. I discovered that I had basically a dead tooth sitting on the top left breast Meridian it was called root resorption where the my basically my body attack my tooth. I had no idea and there was an infection in the route. And it was just a really strange thing that rarely happens. But if you know something new that I learned about in was deathly sitting on that left breast Meridian so make sure the to work with a volatile dentists that really understands knows your judges in your balls in in getting well now essential number six is the one that many people have questions about that's you know, what can I take it has to do with therapeutic plants herbs and supplements that can really affect the cancer boost minute system. In short. If you go to PubMed dot org and you put in the search bar, breast cancer, vitamin C, breast cancer selenium, breast cancer, magnesium, breast cancer blood route breast cancer Courson, you'll seen literally thousands of publications studies that show beyond a shadow of a doubt that these things have a huge impact on how your body can heal the beauty of these of these supplements in foods nutrients is that they can kill cancer cells 'cause a Optus, but they also affect the breast cancer stem cells or the baby cancer cells that nobody's really traditional medicine doesn't really know how to approach or how to touch and you have to look at what you know, what are these substances doing to your immune system as well. I mean, there's so many things like, I know, you're you're very on of and supportive of manage. Shnell medicinal mushrooms, which are awesome because lots of clinical studies than medicinal mushrooms are actually part of traditional medicine in Europe in Germany in clinics that that work with cancer patients. So there's you know, the good news is that there are so many things available to you that you can support your body with weaken the cancer boost your immune system. And then lastly is essential number seven. We made it to seven so seven has to do with keeping a pulse on your health with really early detection. And we touched on this a little bit using tools outside of traditional medicine. Obviously, use your your tools with traditional medicine, those things that you choose the bloodwork it, you know, regular CBC panels, thyroid panels, liberal in all of those things, but there's demography there's also sound there's liquid biopsies in one tasks that I really like as call the irony, gene. So I like the plant Ivy wide, gene GNA is a blood test. That looks for free circulating cancer DNA in your bloodstream, and they've identified four different types of cancer is one of them is breast cancer. And if you're in the green zone, that's great. That means, you know, you're you're good to go. You're in the red zone. That means that you need to be a little bit more aggressive and really pay attention to to your lifestyle and change some things you can get into the green zone, you know, simple inflammatory markers. So there's three different tasks that you can get in this as doctor nation winters. She's she's a genius attributed this to her. She calls the trifecta so three inflammatory markers that if you do on a quarterly basis, let's say if you're on an act of healing journey in the perhaps on a yearly basis if all is well, but high sensitive C reactive protein wreath recite said. Tation rate or ES are in L D H, which is like a dehydrogenation, which if you look at those three markers, and they're all low than more than likely things are good in your body. And there's not a lot of inflammation going on. So that's it. That's one through seven. I made it you did I love that in. So I'm curious for people who most my listeners are already on board with like most of the steps at least the the food in the nontoxic living. But I'm curious if dispaced on all the women that you've worked with is there like most important starting place people go in order, or where do you recommend people actually start? You know, the first thing is to breathe and to calm your body and to know the chair. Okay. I mean, that's really, you know, when we when women I reach out to us on majority of them are in panic world, as that's the first thing, we tell them you really have to calm things down. And no this is not a life threatening situation in that you're dying of heart attack. Right. It's you it is life threatening. But it's not critical at that very moment. So you have time to look at your options. You have time to talk to people like us, no, functional medical doctor. You know, work with your colleges if that feels right for you. But also include other people on your healing team and out of the seven I mean, they're they're also important in. That's why we we like to walk women through the the action steps you can't get it all done in one day. But it's a it's a journey. Right. It's something that's you have to pace yourself. It's not a sprint. It's a marathon. So recognizing that it may have taken eight to ten years or twenty or thirty years for you to be where you are today. It may take some time. Time for you to reverse those patterns not just in motion. But also physically. Yeah. That makes complete sense. This episode is brought to you by Alatorre naturals, skin care. 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Make sure to use the code mama fifteen to save fifteen percent. So again, that's branch basics dot com. Forward slash wellness, mama, so B R C H B A S ICS dot com. Forward slash wellness moment and fifteen percent off with the code, mama. Fifteen. Another question. I get a lot in relation to cancer general in one that I've researched quite myself is the potential for fasting. Dow, but I know that they're a couple of doctors who have kind of pioneer that research Amit, mainly top of mind for me because I'm in the middle of my yearly like start the year off right fastest for my mental clarity in the spiritual side. But I'm curious if that's something that you've personally done, or if you've seen the research on absolutely I'm a huge proponent of fasting intermittent fasting end fasting in general winnow that women for example, who fast forty eight hours before chemotherapy have fewer side effects have a more benefits from the chemotherapy bigger die off often tumor shrinkage. And you know, that's that's a simple thing that anybody can do we know that fasting can kill off unhealthy cells. Boost your immune system, natural killer cells there so many benefits to ended and we do in courage, our clients to look at fasting, especially intermittent fasting. We have them look at their blood sugars fasting insulin their age when seeing their fasting glucose that looks at the ninety day average, and if it's high than we definitely wanna bring that down. Because those high numbers are indication that there's things that are turned on one of the pathways the tour pathway that's going to stimulate cell growth and cellular production. And so using fasting is a very simple finished you can do in. It's so affective in so many ways I love that. I haven't unfortunately, ever had to experience a cancer diagnosis, but I know just from my own research, just the many benefits of fasting across the board. Roused how can help with like you mentioned blood glucose in so many things with something. I incorporate regular. The various forms. I love that you've worked with it as well. Another thing often related to breast cancer that is been in the news allot because of celebrities choosing to get preemptive surgeries is genetic predisposition or people who have the bracket, gene, I'm curious. Do you have any specific advice for people who have been told they already have genetic predisposition to get cancer while that's that's a great question. I'm glad you brought that up because I know that the Hollywood hype with Angelina Jolie in I'm not judging her I feel very sorry for her as she saw her mother die horrible deaths. I'm because of cancer, you know, she she basically jumped the gun and fell fence removing breast tissue in female organs would prevent her from developing cancer, while we know that less than five percent of women who have breast cancer, actually, have the familial genetic trait. If you. Have the trait? There are many things that you could do to support your health and prevent that. Because women don't realize the Bracken gene is a good, gene. It's a tumor suppressor. Jane we wanted to be working. So how do we turn the Jane on while? There was an interesting study. I forget exactly the name of the study. But just simply eating a company half of whole Etta. Mommy beans every day actually reversed the bracket gene mutation, and I believe it was in vitro not in a live person. But in vitro, so it shows you the potential for food as so it's like it's like having a predisposition to type two diabetes, for example, you may not develop type two diabetes. If you do everything you can't do avoid sugar carbs. Exercise. You know, you do everything. Right. Diabetes will never show up for you in. It's the same with breast cancer any disease. If you have the genetic predisposition lifestyle can change many things. Dr Dane, orange did amazing studies with men with prostate cancer in just by changing their lifestyle. Their four hundred something genes were turned on five hundred something genes were turned off just by modifying their stress lifestyle their food. So, you know, you're DNA's Notre destiny you have a tremendous amount of power, you know, at your fingertips, if you take the time to work with somebody who's knowledgeable in that. And you have a proper mindset about it. Yes. Such important point to remember. I think with all of the owners of genetic testing in the ability which so great before to get our genes to start to understand them. It's also so important to realize aid. We still have so much to learn. We certainly don't know. Everything about all of these genes in how they interact and there's now theories, for instance, that, you know, people who have MTA Jeff are which when I started hearing about that was such a bad thing actually is a a mutation that serves a purpose because it helps mitigate something else in. So I think that's such an important thing to remember is that we're still learning and also this is such a complex area. But we do have the ability to some degree to change our genes or not our destiny in a pass podcast guest. Erik women's burger talked about his own recovery from prostate cancer and using similar treatments to what you've mentioned in. How he saw those changes in his body, his jeans everything and even to a lesser degree. I have a friend in the wellness world who is literally the picture of health. He's one of the most fit people. I know he walks around all the time extremely muscular, low body fat in his jeans, he has a predisposition to obesity, diabetes, early, art attack everything. So our genes are certainly not our destiny, and I love it. You. Reminded us of that such an important point in as we start to get close to the end of our time, which I can't believe has already started to fly by so quickly. There's a few questions I love to ask in the first is a somewhat selfish question because I'm an avid reader. I love to hear from guests any book or books that have been really influential in your life, and that you would recommend why? While the so many, I'm like human avid reader. I would say my first book of choice, which I mentioned earlier is Louis. Hey, you can heal your life. You know, she she talks you like a a loving mother loving grandmother. And she really helps you understand this. There's that little person that little girl that little boy inside of you that may be wounded. And you know, you just wanna learn to nurture that person, and, you know, love them, and just, you know, help them find joy in happiness in think of the child just being careful. Being playing outside and giggling, and laughing, you know, you got six children, I have five grandchildren now. So you know, we see they're so they're so happy all the time. And so really get in touch with that books like mind over medicine by Lisa Rankin, new are the placebo by Dr Joe dispense. I mean that was a big game changer for me to really understand the power of mine mind in my thoughts in how it literally can turn on those those healing genes in intern off those cancer, gene. So there's you know, there's such a huge list of them that we recommend to our clients. A great recommendations thank you in saintly left. Ask what are a few areas that you feel like are misunderstood about your area of expertise in y you know, when it comes to breast cancer one thing that really I find difficult. Sometimes especially the, you know, the pink movement, and I know on some level they've they've done some good. But you know, there's there's this image of women in paying in running for the cure end. We're going to find the cure one day when really the cure is here. And now, I mean, we see people, and, you know, use you've seen you've met people that have reversed cancer we've worked with clients all over the world that have reversed breast cancer and helping women to understand that there's so much fear. We think about a breast cancer diagnosis as such a traumatic event, which it is. But you know, the first thing we think about when we're diagnosed with cancer is what right no hair lying in a bed being sick. You know, undying it's a horrible way to go. It doesn't have to be that way. And I'm so passionate. You know about letting women. No, you don't have to fear breast cancer or any disease for that matter. There's so much available for you. Now that you can do that you can learn about that you can be proactive about so really taking the fear on a breast cancer. I mean, that's got an online course called never fear breast cancer again in you know, it really, you know, helps women to understand that they can do this. That's so important in I share your concerns about the pink movement. I think the intentions as always very well intentioned acting people truly care about other women care about finding a cure in especially women who have been through a similar during to you, my heart out to them. But I always get a little cynical when I just see football players in pink clips that are worn one time enthrone landfill to create more plastic waste or pink plastic water bottles. It's just funny to me some of the ways at that shows up and you're right. It's I feel like. Focuses more on the fear of the the empowerment, and the fact that we can do things right now that actually can reduce risk or even help. Once we have received diagnosis. Yeah. It's a big it's a billion multi multibillion dollar industry that uses a lot of smart marketing techniques to instill fear in people about the word cancer her. Sure. And lastly, if there was a piece of advice that you could spread to all women Bahrein wide. What would it be why I would have to say that learn to master your mindset, especially if you're on a healing journey to master, the healing mindset and to understand the power that to have in your brain to create physical changes in your body. It's it's you know, if you if you envision your body moving in the direction of ho the cancer spreading or what if I get sick? Or, you know, all the what if than, you know, where your energy goes energy flow. Owes and way. No that if we take time to meditate to pray to get still into visualize our bodies in a vibrantly healthy form in really feel what it feels like to be healthy, and strong and have that energy and clarity of mind in sear self, you know, rolling around in the grass feeling great. That's what you have to really focus on learning to master your mindset in that can be very difficult in the midst of a lot of negativity surrounding cancer, totally agree. I think we're only starting to stretch the surface of understanding just how important mindset is. And I appreciate your work in all the women, you're helping where can people find you online? To learn more. Our website is called breast cancer conqueror CON Q U E R O, R dot com. We also have a presence on Facebook and Instagram. And as I mentioned, we have an online course called never fear, breast cancer. Again, we have only have my book he'll breast cancer, naturally, which is a number one bestseller Amazon for over four years now nine different categories, including on college in nursing on call g which is quite surprising. But it's great to save second edition of the new books out in a few months in the spring of twenty nineteen on. It'll be definitely updated information, wonderful only sure all of that is linked that show notes that wellness dot FM. So if you are running driving or otherwise occupied don't worry about it. You can check out the links. They are in find all of the resources we mentioned in the episode and Dr thanks so much for being here today. Sharing your mission in your passion with us. Can't thank you so much for having me on your show. I really love the work that you're doing admire your nasty and your desire to help all those women out there that are. Do it all so thank you for all the worth of do. Well, thank you. And things, of course to all of you for listening in for sharing your most valuable asset of your time with us today. We don't take that lightly. Very grateful for you. And I hope that you will join me again on the next episode of the wellness. If you're enjoying these interviews would you please take two minutes to leave a rating or review on I tunes for me. Doing this helps more people to find the podcast, which means even more moms and families can benefit from the information. I really appreciate your time. And thanks as always for listening.
AP Headline News Jan 08 2019 19:00 (EST)
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Democrats have been railing against Trump blaming him for the partial shutdown. Vermont Senator Patrick layhee says Trump doesn't understand the plight of the eight hundred thousand federal workers impacted by the shutdown remanded made a millionaire by his father at age of eight the idea living paycheck to paycheck as a foreign concept, but it's not the millions of Americans both Republicans and Democrats alike across his country who struggled to make ends meet. They should not be bargaining chips in the presence gate a court document redaction sections, easy to read shows what former Trump campaign chair. In Paul Manafort, lied about to investigators the information was accidentally revealed in a defense lawyer filing that was meant to be redacted the AP reviewed the material because it wasn't properly blacked out. It says Manafort shared polling data during the two thousand sixteen presidential campaign with an associate accused of having ties to Russian intelligence and lied to federal investigators about it. The filing does not say if the pulling information was public or what was done with it. Prosecutors say manafort's lies went against their plea agreement. He pleaded guilty in September. The filing revealed the first extensive details. What Manafort lied about Ed Donahue, Washington. An unidentified company owned by a foreign government faces a fine of fifty thousand dollars a day for refusing to comply with grand jury subpoena that may be part a special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation supreme court today declined to block that subpoena company has an office in the US. But the documents sought are kept outside the country. This is a. Radio news. The American Cancer Society says the nation's cancer death rate has reached a milestone it's been falling for the last twenty five years. According to a new report, though, smoking rates are translating into fewer deaths advances in early detection and treatment are also having a positive impact. The report also finds a BCD related cancer deaths are rising and prostate. Cancer deaths are no longer dropping all forms of cancer. Mean it remains number to cause of death in this country. Most felons regain their right to vote today in Florida under a voter approved state constitutional amendment. All about this represents me being a citizen again being able to have the new amendment potentially increases the pool of eligible voters by as many as one point four million people in Florida felons who have completed their prison sentences. But I was probation and parole are now eligible to vote only ones barter those convicted of murder or sex crimes. I'm Tim Maguire AP radio news and no an ad from dad. All right. Save money on car insurance when you bundle home and auto with progressive. Gotta take these off. Right. Wow. 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Cancer's death rate has been dropping for 25 years. Why?
"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by. Indeed, are you hiring with? Indeed, you can post a job in minutes set up screener questions than zero in on your shortlist of qualified candidates using an online dashboard get started today at indeed dot com slash marketplace. That's indeed dot com slash marketplace. In a few minutes. How one man thinks his way through the recent financial market turbulence, I'm David Brancaccio in New York, you've been hearing about what President Trump said last night about more wall at the southern US border and the partial federal government shutdown remains here's the president last evening. My administration is doing everything in our power to help those impacted by the situation, given the shutdown. We had been reporting on questions surrounding the program that helps feed tens of millions of Americans. There's word snap benefits that is food stamps can keep coming through the end of February from Washington, marketplace's Scott Tong joins me here. Where are we with us? Well, right now, we have a program that was funded through the end of January. Now this program just packed up it loads money for food assistance onto debit cards every month for thirty eight million low-income Americans. The agriculture department says the spending Bill that just expired allows a one month. Attention. And so that's what they're invoking here in order to as they put it ensure that low income Americans have access to the nutrition they'd and this cost about five billion dollars a month. And the folks who do the math say that averages out to about one hundred and twenty three dollars per person or a dollar forty every meal that the lower income, you are the more benefit. You get David. That's how this works. No were there. Okay. Through February now with the program. But what happens if the shutdown extends after that? There is no obvious provision to keep extending this. This so called snap program is funded by annual spending bills. So it's always threatened by these standoffs, and that's different from say social security or Medicare which go on autopilot even during a shutdown now, we should say that at the agriculture department. Ninety five percent of the workforce right now is home without pay Scott. Thank you. Let's check markets footsie in London is up one percents. Dow SAP NSF futures are up in the two to three tenths of a percent range. A new report from the American Cancer Society. The death rate from cancer is down again, it's twenty fifth straight years of decline here. Twenty five of them a twenty-seven percent drop over a quarter century getting people not to smoke is a big part of this. Also, new drugs some of them very expensive. Here's marketplace's Andy Euler the decline in. The death rate has been remarkable says Julie. Kimberly Shaw, the assistant director of pharmacy, the James cancer hospital in Ohio breakthroughs that we've made on college over the past decade really are saving lives, but certainly the cost of saving lives has increased over the last decade as well. The worldwide market for cancer drugs is one of the biggest in pharmaceuticals more than one hundred twenty billion dollars a year and cancer drugs aren't like Advil. Many can only be used to fight specific types can only Shaw says that drives up the cost in two ways. Number one. There's less competition. But number two it costs money to develop each of the drugs into do clinical trials in multiple disease states, but focusing on the cost of the drug alone is short-sighted, according to Dr Lynne Lipton feld with the American Cancer Society. Not just about the drug. It's also about all the other associated costs. Also, the value of life and the quality of life. 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How does one stay calm, given the bungee dives and ballistic a sense of the stock market in recent months, and especially in recent days will yoga might work visualizing yourself on a beach or in a verdant glade somewheres and other approach or we can listen to veteran money writer, Allan Sloan columnist for the Washington Post. Thanks for coming in. Good morning. David first of all, I think we both should agree here. Don't obsess over the point swings in the Dow Jones industrial average, not the points. Absolutely. It's exciting and fun to look at the at the points. But in the end, they don't really meet all that much. First of all, they're percentages and also other indicators like the more widely held S and P five hundred index, but as people cry at their returns of last year you've shown up with a bit of a reminder. Yes, I if you in fact owned an SNP index fund last year and the s&p was down six percent and people were shrieking. It was the end of the world it. Turns out if you own the fund you were down really a little over four percent. All right. That's when you reinvest the profits in the portfolio, so maybe didn't do quite as bad as you thought. That's right. One way to look at it another way to look at it is to think slightly longer term. Don't just look at this miserable last year. Right. So let's go five years that that's a good number. It's back when I had hair, you know. So if you had your dollars five years ago, you have fifteen hundred and one dollars now of which one hundred forty two dollars would be from dividends. I mean, that's that's not too shabby and then for ten years, which is as far back as I could get Vanguards ten years ago. You put a thousand dollars into an SMP index fund. Right. And at the end of last year you had three four hundred and twenty five dollars in there of which six hundred and thirty nine dollars came from evidence. I that's serious money. Even for an upscale guy like you. All right. So maybe some of our listeners are feeling slightly better. But something else people wanna know Allen is all this market volatility. A canary in a coal mine. Pointing to a recession visual answer is. Nobody knows the leading economic indicators, which I think it's cold the Conference Board sits and crunches all these numbers, and the Reten factors one of which is the stock market, and it's not infallible, nothing is infallible. But all of this talk of a bear market or a correction all of these other nonsensical terms pre-stage at your recession. Well, maybe it does. And maybe it doesn't. But I sure wouldn't bet my life on this telling us anything Allan Sloan is also editor at large at propublica. Allan, thank you. My pleasure. David Sears and KMart today still bankrupt. But the liquidators have not been called in yet. The company employs. Sixty eight thousand people latest developments kind of auction is now set for Monday a last ditch bid to keep hundreds of stores. 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Dr. Diva Nagula
"Welcome to the Toxin Terminator Helping People to restore and renew their health by removing the toxins from the home and their lives join in as industry thought leaders help you understand the physical and emotional effects. He's product can have on you and your family and the safe alternative you can use to remove the hidden toxins for renewed health. Now please welcome your host the toxin. Terminator Herself Amy. Carlson and welcome everyone today. We have got a board certified physician. He has studied extensively in integrative and functional medicine. And he's GonNa be sharing with us. How his drive for recognition and acceptance of cheating? His personal goals really led him down a path of lifestyle that after time and compounding he got into a diagnosis so he turned from doctor to patient. And wait until you hear his story. He knows these choices are what ultimately led to his diagnosis of stage. Four non Hodgkin's lymphoma and he's GonNa talk to us how he went from doctor patient and found true healing after he got into remission. I would like you guys to please. Welcome Dr Gula. I am so excited that you're here. Thank you so much for having me on this pocket. It's a pleasure to be here with you today. You Bet I really really enjoyed reading your story and I know my listeners are going to really appreciate it because we talk so much about lifestyle and I think that you would be an agreement with me that you know the American Cancer Society says that cancer is only five percent genetic that ninety five percents of all cancer cases are lifestyle choices that we make. Would that be correct? I would have to agree with you. I think. All these cancers that we see an uptick in over the last years decades has been attributed to more lifestyle changes than anything else or lack of lifestyle. Changes go right. And obviously I focus in on toxicities that were exposed to through our environment but it also can be what we're exposed to through our mindset so I really WanNa get into that part of your story is you were so driven and I can so relate to that story as well. I was in a family business. And all my gosh you know it consumes you and that drive for that outward acceptance and I'll let you put your words to a bit. I think that was a huge part. In what led you down the path that you went down. If you'd like to dig into that sure yeah. I think you're absolutely right. I think number one is I think. It's a mindset that is commonplace with most entrepreneurs and whether this mindset was inherited tune extent or whether it was ingrained into our software DNA as were raised by our parents. It's all commonplace in terms of this drive that we have and for me. It was my parents thought that when they came to this country they didn't have much and they wanted a better lifestyle for their and so as a result they felt that in order to give that lifestyle and they wanted to instill values that required myself and my brothers to be very good school and it was all about achieving achieving achieving right. And everything else was a distraction. You had to be focused in terms of being number one or being best in school and doing excellent in school and education and that mentality stuck with me as I was growing up and even after I left home that inner voice that I heard growing up from my parents was their teachings as I was growing up in became my inner voice it became who I ended up being even though I left home right at it became the person that I needed to be to succeed and because of that drive and the I wasn't aware of what was going on at that time. I didn't have a self awareness till like put a stop to it and develop proper coping strategies developed other habits that would allow me to not focus so much on the drive. I feel like if that was something that I could have had or taught. I think a lot of my problems. In terms of ultimately getting cancer would have probably been eliminated or been definitely subsided. The percents chance of me converting into a cancer person would have been subsided if I had that top of a software nurse training or guidance. If you will sure and I definitely want to get into the post you know. And what the dig in and what you did to really tap into that self awareness that you know changing from the inside because it truly. I believe that's where our healing becomes is. We've gotta look to the inside because we don't have the mindset to make the changes. They're only going to be temporary in the beginning. Anyway you know so talk to us about. I know by reading your story that you know you went off with becoming a doctor and having your own clinic and setting up your own surgery. Center talked to us about the lifestyle that you were living. During those hours and times that led up to we talked about the mindset. But what was the physical things that you were doing? That led to your ultimate diagnosis. Well the path of becoming a physician in this in this society is quite grueling itself and set the stage for me even after I graduated medical school in my residency in the year essentially in school after college. You know your four years in medical school. Then you're anywhere between three to seven years of residency and this is your completely devoid of your twenty s. If you go in the right pathway after graduating college matriculating medical schooling not having any delays and the grueling hours in medical distress at your on and then in training as a medical student you're also doing clinical rotations which require a lot of hours. Then you graduate MED school and you go into residency where you're working in the hospital hundred plus hours a week. You know you're on call every third night and when you're on call you're basically working your full day shift and then you go into your night shift and you don't sleep at all and then you work the next day full Dacian. You're up for thirty six hours and now if anything. That is a drive. And that's that's not conducive to wellbeing I. It's it's just and they're training us to be in that discipline as to become a healer. It's ridiculous how can you be a? He'll you're not functioning on a proper mindset and you don't have the proper strategies in in school they don't give you any coping strategies. They don't teach you anything about how to offset stress that you're under physically and emotionally by what you're doing as a trainee and I wish that was given to us. So if you spent more time in recovery you would have been able to perform optimally giving the lack of sleep at. You're getting and giving the number of hours that you have to work. So all the set the stage early on for me and as I graduated and I had my first job in didn't work out for whatever reason and I started my own practice and it was all about meeting a metric and that was that is very commonplace for entrepreneurs. It's like okay. I have this bar set in. Itv's this bar you know. It's not good enough because I have to set my goals higher and achieve that Mexbar and that's what I kept doing myself. I just nothing would satisfy me. It was just the first of more than I have more and it didn't matter if I was making oodles of money or if I was gardening a lot of respect from the community and healing people. It wasn't satisfied because in my head. I that inner voice. That was saying. You need to do more you need to do more. Nothing was good enough and that in itself was setting the stage for me to take a huge fall in terms of my health. Then you couple that with the sleepless nights. The lack of coping strategies the lack of community support and also not taking care of my body from nutrition standpoint right. I mean I wrote in my book that I grew up essentially a vegetarian. My Parents House and I was eating great. My mom had the best cooking as soon as I left. It was the last time I had like a decent vegetarian meal or vegetables. Other than the scrappled lettuce on my burger was when I was in high school. Scott us. Let's on your Burger. I love that. Shit and counts. Though right it's it's on there it is to show you. It was a perfect storm. It was a perfect setup for cancer and my mission right now is to educate people and to start people in behavior mindset to prevent these things from happening. And it's really easy. If you get the word out before have become very proactive. Preventative measures early on. You WON'T HAVE ISSUES DOWN THE ROAD. It'll be minimize at the very worst case scenario. So let's go there. I love love hearing that you are a physician and yet you're wanting to deal with the lifestyle. I think some of at least my frustration and I've been in the medical field. I had a brother and I did lose him but I was his caregiver and his primary. You Know Guardian if you will and never once in any of his caretaking over all those years to anybody talk about lifestyle choices ever wants and you know how that was affecting their overall health and so two listened to you talk about mindset and you know getting the appropriate sweet and nutritionally feeding the body. Let's go into that. And what do you talk to people about? What would you say no I let's start there? I'm compounding yeah I mean I think it's the easiest change that we can implement is changing our diet and I think it's really in such an easy choice in such an easy transition and make such a huge impact that I think that's route recommend doing i. You know and when I mean changing your diet I mean eliminating processed foods in what is a process. Anything that's packaged anything. That's not in. Its whole natural self is essentially considered process. Yeah you know go to a fast food joint and this is what I did. I knew through choices. Were bad but I wasn't smart enough to figure out that okay. I was smart enough to know that going in McDonalds is a bad thing but what I didn't know was going to. You know subway was equally as bad guy. And that's the thing is educating people on the right choices and honestly the issue is is that we want to be able to eliminate processed food and also the pesticides that are just rampant in our food supply. And it's everywhere. Yes no the easiest thing to do in seizes in is very easy just eliminate the foods by processed foods and the toxicity by pesticides. I simply switching over to organic if you eat organic. It automatically means that you're eating foods that are non GMO and that are dense in nutrients and are devoid in the pesticides. Right and that such a long way for persons like overall toxic burden and eliminate the potential of chronic diseases. Show up exactly now. What about I had a guest on that talked about? Just changing her water source in. Not just what? She was drinking but how they were bathing reduced her symptoms of. Mir's disease one hundred percent because she wasn't showering in the contaminated water. And I bring it up because you're talking about pesticides and we most think about that in our food source. Do you guys think about that in our water sources. Well it's. It's interesting when I was doing my research like I was thinking just strictly. It was a food thing right. Yeah and it's not just a food thing. It's your environmental toxins that you're exposed to in a daily basis your water supply you know and it even goes to the chemicals you put on your body like. You're so detergents your makeup cosmetics. She put on all. That has a place sunscreen. Anything that is not natural has a tendency to be toxic to our bodies so you could sit there and eat Inorganic Neil. On three days a week but if you're not addressing the other triggers like environmental pollutants such as water. You're not making any headway. And it's really getting the full spectrum of awareness and figuring out which pieces of the puzzle to implement in which things to eliminate. That's GonNa optimally enhance your wellbeing. I actually didn't really come to this conclusion until I did. My own testing and I did some micronutrient testings mother testing and I realized that my water supply had traces of gasoline in IT L. My Gosh and I'm like Oh. Jesus is like Arlington County in. This is like a really wealthy and like if this has traces of gasoline imagine like what other areas of the country have in their water supply. So I if now I've I filtered water I the reverse osmosis tank in my home and I've eliminated all like shampoos. Use Natural Shampoos natural soaps. I tried to switch over to a toothpaste. I was a little bit more settlers and more natural. It is so it's really picking. I mean you can't do everything hundred percent but if you can really drive to get a large percentage of switch to eliminate these toxins and remove the toxic burden that's in your body. You're on your way exactly and I stress with people. 'cause my belief is that we cannot get to renewed health without removing the toxins period. Whether it be through our food through our environment through our mind you know set. You're just not GONNA get to it unless you do that. What about you were talking about? I want to listen to what you have to say about overload. Do people understand. We talk about cancer because that was your diagnosis. But there's other chronic diseases and I say that's when your bodies screaming at you. What would be something that people would experience that are having toxic overload that your body kind of nudging you as coconut you saying. Hey Hey you know you need to start paying attention. But all of these things when we talk about chronic diseases and toxic overload. It's all secondary to inflammation in our bodies and that's the key thing here. Is that all these diseases. Including cancer is an issue that has arisen secondary to chronic states inflammation in our body and the idea is to reduce all these issues. We have to reduce inflammation. So we want to lead a anti-inflammatory lifestyle and we want to actually perform activities. That is conducive to an anti inflammatory lifestyle. And when is this inflammation? It's basically just anything. That's in our bodies that is where we have systems in place in our bodies that tend to bring us to equilibrium. Like if you have a bruise and you cut yourself. Our Body will work. Its Way to reduce the inflammation D. Help heal but in stages of chronic inflammation. Our Body is ridden with that period of time. Where it's trying to heal itself in its overwhelm. When this processes occur for longer periods of time then we get into a stage of chronic inflammation in our body hasn't had a chance to heal itself. It has the capacity to but if it's over ridden with trying to reduce inflammation than. It's just a setup for chronic diseases to ensue. And that's why it's important to take these steps to reduce the inflammation in my doing so is eliminating the toxic ordinance in your body by changing your diet getting rid of these environmental toxins that are plentiful in our environment and also taking practices to reduce stress. And that's really where you want implement like the mind body. The mindfulness and the mind body strategies and that along with reducing your diet and reducing the taxi burden reduces inflammation and that to me is the key to unlocking your attention for wellbeing. Okay so when you're talking about inflammation in the body and I like that. I wrote down an anti inflammatory lifestyle. If you are say you know here we are. We're regular people. We don't understand what inflammation looks like in our body. What do we WANNA be watching for? But I mean we're all it's just a matter of life. Ray We're always going to be some sort of inflammation state. It's just almost impossible to be one hundred percent in an anti inflammatory state right but there are markers that you can get drawn from your blood that can detect inflammation. That's in your body or something is called High Sensitivity. C reactive protein that is a marker to test inflammation. There are other markers that you need to draw in addition to that to give you a comprehensive overall view of the inflammatory status in your body if it's elevated than you have to figure out what is that's causing your body to being inflammation and that's when you have to being or have a provider that you're working with preferably someone that's in the integrative medicine space or functional medicine space or Batra Pathak because egging give you the guidance did you need to help reduce the inflammation that you're played with once you have taken steps to reduce the inflammation that's potentially causing your body to go in overactive state then you can get the blood redrawn with these markers. In the CIBA's any improvement if there's any improvement in the overall burden of toxicity than these inflammation markers will obviously be reduced us and so that was a very Dr Liking answer so for a lay person. I'm still you know. So there's test you know we can go in and find out about this protein and see if it's elevated in our blood but would you have symptoms. Say for instance like you're not sleeping. Well you have a rashes unexplained rashes you have you know. Are there like those kinds of symptoms? That people could say. Oh maybe there's something going on with my body that I need to be paying attention to right. It's really hard to pinpoint. Because everyone is going to have spent hymns that are different from another. Okay so if I give a certain array of symptoms look out for. I don't want people to sit there. And say WHOA. I don't have those symptoms for not an inflammatory state. It that way right but some things that to be you know be conscientious about and be aware about are things that were eye. Digestive system is impaired. You know where we have like out of bloating or bowel habits are are are changing. And it's changing or caliber. Stool is actually different than it should have been years ago. You know and then also increased weight gain and that as you mentioned like rashes. That's a huge sign. Those are all stages where it's already getting into the point where it's a little too late and that's when obviously action has to be taken in neatly but you need to be aware of your body well before him and that's the thing is like we're not in tune with our bodies no right and that's the problem we don't know from day to day what our bodies doing and we don't have the correlation and mindset to say. I'm GONNA eat something and watch how my body reacts to it we just say. Oh it's just is something bad but really what you ate. That was bad is causing severe stress on your body and that's causing inflammation if you don't have the awareness you're just going to repeat that process and put yourself into a chronic inflammatory state and it could be something as I'm eating too much dairy right right and then if you have the awareness that maybe that piece of cheese or that class of milk is causing these symptoms and I need to be more in tune with that and that's what it's all about is like no one can be more aware of your personal body except for you right and you can empower yourself with just being more aware of your body and what reacts differently to your body from a day to day basis and having that awareness you can stop a lot of these issues and processes that lead to chronic disease and. That's that mindfulness. Because it's not a one answer fits all and I like how you say you know. Go to an. Integrative are functional medicine doctor. Because they're going to be looking at the whole you know you as a whole not just one piece of one part of you. The thing I think so many of us that are lay find frustrating. Is You know like you said you can't say this one ray of symptoms means XYZ. And I think that's something that's frustrating for us because Oh you know I had this set of symptons and if you go to Google. Md A right. Oh Gosh it's this. It's that it's you know it can be a million things. I mean the teague hot flashes you know. I'm a menopausal are postmenopausal woman your. There's so many things well could be hormone imbalance but it could be. You know this it so many things in. How do you know what to believe agree? And that's the thing I think you're making things worse by opening up Pandora's box and thinking that you have this disease by reading list of symptoms that are probably totally unrelated to you and that's just how the Internet is set up in. Unfortunately it's obviously it's the greatest thing having all. This information are tips but it could also do some harm and make us go little Nutso in our minds. Me Like gotTa have this disease. I have that disease. That's me no. It's really not in. Its before we get that panicked state. We need to do a little bit more digging and have some self awareness and do our own healing and if we go straight to looking up symptoms. We'RE GONNA go to panic mode and labeled out with a disease so it's better to a few steps backward and try to figure out what we're doing that can cause these symptoms and it's simple as knitting piece of cheese or eliminating that extra glass of red wine or its various things depending on each individual absolutely. I had to share a story. Because I've got some friends. I have breast implants. I got him a long long time ago and I have some friends that are going through the series of having them removed right now and I'm not saying that that's not on the table for me because it's obviously not something natural. That's in my body. I did it way back before I was in the space. I'm in today but I was reading the symptoms to my husband. And he's like well. I have every single one of those two. I have no Preston plant. And that's where I get into that confusing aspect of it and it truly is finding somebody that you trust you know and that mindfulness when I loved your answer when I asked about you know symptoms your first thing that you went to was poop. It's like but if you WanNa know how healthy you are. That's the first place to start. You know how are you pooping It's like and people look at me on laugh about that but it's so true because your digestive health is going to dictate the rest of the health of your body and that's a very good plan. Glad she pointed that out because as a doctor. I didn't even like look at that as diagnostic criteria overall health. And I'm like I'm a physician and I didn't even I'm thinking about okay. Let me draw some blood and run some. But now it's as simple as looking at the caliber of your stole and seeing what it's like. And that is a huge indicator of your overall digestive health which is a huge role of your overall wellbeing including your mind body connection including greenhouse the GOP. It does I mean the science has been there for a while but more and more is coming forward now about the Vegas Nervoun and our emotional state of mind is very much dictated by our gut health and I love that because that is so very true and I know a huge part of your recovery came after your remission and you did go the route of traditional Madison. You know with your cancer and I always tell the people that listen to me is that everybody gets their choice of what they WANNA do. And you had to listen to your body a know what's going to be right in the right choices for you right right and I think that's the thing you know as much as I am. I'M A. I'm definitely a Western medical practitioner and is bows to eastern philosophy so there are bowl in society for both. Yeah and I don't like it when people are an either extreme. You know I think you have to be really open minded and realized that there are limitations in both and there are the tapes of both disciplines and I had to use both because when I was going through. My issues is that the tumor is in my body really started to grow aggressively where it was impinging on my ureter and impinging on my kidney and was causing me pain and it was like the only way to really reduce that was to really blasted with Chemo and to support the chemotherapy. Because EMA therapies great. It's going to eliminate the toxic stuff but it's also gonna like last some of the good things too right and in order to compensate you really need to like take a step and put a lot of nutrients into your body eating right foods taking the right supplements you know. That's an art and unfortunately that art isn't present with a lot of western practitioners right and in this particular case. I had be foresight than knowledge to have the right blend of both to eliminate the cancer and to keep it away and keep me in remission right and I like how after your diagnosis you. That's when you really got into the mindset you know after recovery healthwise okay now. My Body's in a position but I'm finding up my mind is not my mind is so angry right now. Can you talk to us about how that transition has really been beneficial for you? Honestly when I was writing my book you know I was writing about how I went through my stages in my journey of how I got the candidature on how I started to heal myself. What dawned on me was that I was taking so much time and effort to hear my physical self. I really didn't take an approach to help my mind in my spirit and it was the lack of addressing the spirituality of myself were. I was needing to focus and as my book is. It's a balance of the mind body spirit to really attain while being. I was so full of anger and I had no community to really lean on And Research. I realize that if we're alone being alone is a risk factor for mortality more so than smoking alcohol and that like hit home for me because loneliness is indeed a risk factor of poor health. And then I realized that it's like I need to heal myself by leaning on my community in developing a community. I moved to the area. I didn't have so I was like I need to establish this and so over the last year and change. I've really got into community. Were it's been helping me heal. And I've had some support to foster this new. Like change of improving my spirituality and my mental wellbeing right right. So what are you finding yourself? You know I like how you tie in the spirituality and an it sounds to me like there was just kind of avoid there and you need to fill it. So what kinds of things are you filling that void with today? Right so spirituality. Is You know. It doesn't mean necessarily espousing. In religion spirituality to me is experiencing and understanding that we're all connected right now all of the beings on the earth humans anything that's alive and has consciousness. Were all connected. We're all one and we're all part of this universe together and it's not about me against you against me as we're in this together and once you have that realization it really puts you in a different mindset. You really WANNA do activities to be of service to people and that helps improve and enhance your spiritual growth and spiritual well-being and that's the shift that I've had in the last year and a half or so. Is that my whole objective now. People is to help promote awareness of how to heal and it's not coming from a sense of ego. It's not coming from a sense of where I wanNA make money or I want to grow in my entrepreneurship. Business is a sense coming from a place of wanting to be of service and when you've reached that stage and I'm still not at that state I still have ways but I in going in that direction. The answer spiritual growth. And that's how you help heal yourself new. Come from a place from giving in being of service. I absolutely love that so much. Your story resonates with me. I was an entrepreneur for the past thirty plus years. You know building that empire and now what I do has nothing to do with money are building an empire has everything to do with. How can I give voice to such a huge need out there and provide value so I appreciate you coming on? Have such a powerful story. You know walking through that journey yourself thank you and you know. Everybody needs to hear in their own voice that they need to hear it and write you know not everybody resonates with everybody absolutely absolutely and it's understanding that we're all different than mixes unique. Ya Not. I believe that there's not one answer and one size fits all you know. You GotTa look at what works for you and can you talk more. We'RE GONNA GET WRAPPED UP HERE SHORTLY. But can you talk more about that? Listening to your body you know. Is there anything that you can say that really honed in on you of how you were not listening? And then what shifted that they do you know? Now you're paying attention and really identifying those things bright so I did a big one eighty. I was never in tune with what my body needed when I was pushing myself right and it was all about my mind in. We have to. Beware that we're two components. Were the mind and the body so we need to listen to our bodies right and be more in our bodies and less in our mind and that will help us to understand what our soul needs and my understanding what our soul knees we can actually take a few steps back and nourish the parts that are needed and be able to help heal ourselves or prevent ourselves from getting some sort of chronic disease. So have you found that you know finding what that Seoul needs? Did you do that on your own did you? Was there some sort of guidance that you walked through to figure that out? A lot of it was my spiritual awakening that really gave me some insight as to what my soul really needed and it needed to be part of a community needed to be in service to others and I needed to experience like the Universal Oneness and that Dini is US tryin to meet our higher self and that is what I needed and not everyone else needs dot minute. Everyone thinks that that's not a path for them. But just being in service to others in a way is helping the one this aspect of the universe and these were things that. I've taken a step after I wrote my book and after I did my own research after I started my own healing process and again. I'm not saying that you have to be religion. Spirituality does not correlate with taking religious perspective is just means that you're just seeing the bigger picture that there is this universe that's out there and we all live in this universe together. Why do we need to live a life? Where were alone in fighting it? Just we need to appreciate each other and by doing so. We're going to be performing actions. That are more productive and not destructive. One more in tune with you. Know I think spirituality also is realizing that it's not about you. It's about the community that there is whatever it is that you want to believe that. There's something bigger better. You know out there in. It's being a part of that. You are just a piece in that pie right. That's awesome so you have Dr Nil. You've got several ways. I know your big deal is from doctor to patient. So you've got a podcast that you have. You've got a website from doctor. Patient DOT Com. You've got a book that you wrote. You WanNa talk to us a little bit about that. I read it and loved it by the way. Yeah so the first part of this was releasing the book from Dr to patient beyond cancer through mind body and spirit and then I just thought about a little bit more. I really like the whole theme of from doctor to patient because it not only comes from a place where I become the patient and I and the doctor but it also comes from me as being the doctor talking to people ask the patients and so I thought it'd be a great way of branding and myself. And so as you alluded to my websites from doctor to patient dot Com and I have a lot of blogs and my podcast. You're on there and you can reach out to me through the website and also we are also releasing podcasts on the weekly basis and each podcast is devoted to an aspect of healing and so. I took a deep dive with an expert in the modality eastern or Western. And we just go into it and talk and how the conversation about how this can enhance a person's healing I love it. I love it and I love. My sister is a nurse and she always says nurses are the worst patients that I've got to think that doctors are probably the word as well but what a great perspective and what a great experience no one wants to wish that upon anybody but what a great perspective you have in being still a doctor and a healer that you can talk to somebody coming from your own personal experience. You're not just going about what you've read in medical journals are study. Dr Had experience with your clients. I think that's important too. And that might differentiate and separate me from a lot of other. Because I've been there I've done it and I've dug deep to come out of that bottom pit that I was in and I've crawled out and on out of it and I'm still climbing out of it because I have so much to learn so much to give and that's kind of my path at this point And I love that attitude with it. You know we just never stop learning. Were always. There's always something new to learn. Is there any final thoughts? You'd like to leave our listeners. With as we close up yeah I would really encourage people to really pick up a copy of the book and read it and there's so many good tenants in it and it can help you individually heels a person but more importantly the tenants can be used to pay for it to help others. Wonderful now is there. Where do they need to go to grab that copy of the book? Because we'll put that into the blog that we in the show notes you can go onto Amazon and purchasing online. You can get the book or you can also get a paperback or hard copy. Also go onto books emilion and you can go to barnes and nobles online as well to purchase the copy wonderful and trust me. You guys will want the hard copy of this book because you're GonNa WanNa take notes and you're in one of refer back to it. I absolutely loved the story in the book so I will make sure that that gets included in the show notes. So people can go in and grab that for you but you so much. I appreciate it Dr Nikola. Thank you so much for time out of your busy schedule to share your you know wonderful story and I know that it's going to impact so many people and I love your attitude of service. Thank you thank you for having me. You Bet that's all for this episode of the Toxin Terminator and we hope we helped you remove the hidden toxins in your life for renewed health. If you're looking to continue your journey towards full rejuvenation reach out to amy directly by visiting Amy Carlson Dot Com or your own one on one chat session as well as your free toxic risk assessment. That's a I M E dot Com and remember. You are just one small change away from renewed health.
CBS2 NEWS PM NEWS UPDATE 07-08-20
"Hi I'm Dana Tyler CBS News New York. Here's a look at your news headlines. Mayor Bill. De blasios assist, students will return to New York City public schools this fall, but in person classes will only be held two or three days a week. Students will learn remotely the other days. Parents will have the option of online only instruction. New Jersey Governor Phil. Murphy says face masks are now required indoors and outdoors. Distancing is not possible. The order has a few exceptions including children under two years old people who are dining outside and those who have health issues. It's face for reopening on Long Island, and many attractions such as museums, aquariums and historical sites are back open for visitors, visitor capacity, though at these venues is limited to twenty five percent Lonnie Quinn says we have a heat advisory for the new. York City Boroughs and parts of New Jersey through Thursday at six PM, Wednesdays, heat and humidity could also bring storms, the high Wednesday eighty six Wednesday night, partly cloudy with a low of seventy, four Thursday is looking hot and steamy with temperatures around ninety Thursday night, more clouds and a possible soaker late Friday. The low seventy, five the American Cancer Society is updating its recommendations for the Human Papilloma virus vaccine. The ACS says children should start. Vaccination does is sooner as young as nine years old. The Cancer Society says the vaccine is most effective at lowering cancer risk. In early adolescence, the Centers for Disease Control currently recommends Children Ages Eleven and twelve get the HP vaccine. Your forecast your local news headlines Twenty four seven. You can find that on our streaming service. CBS, in New York, go to our website, CBS New York dot, com or the CBS News. App I'm Dana Tyler. News
Cancer Deaths Have Fallen 27% Since 1991
"And. With what's news from the Wall Street Journal. I'm Jay are Whalen in New York. Cancer deaths have declined nearly thirty percent over the past twenty five years shocking was one of the biggest drivers of cancer deaths. Overall for men and for women that's Wall Street Journal health and science reporter, Amy docks or Marcus she'll have specifics in a moment on what has driven deaths down, and what has doctors concerned about the years to come. But first the top stories we're following. It seems any talk of the death of Sears holdings has been greatly exaggerated. Turns out former CEO, and billionaire Edward Lampard still has a chance to keep the retailer alive. The company's Sears bankruptcy lawyer told a US bankruptcy judge on Tuesday that Sears would move forward with a plan. January fourteenth auction that auction is conditioned on Lampard providing one hundred twenty one million dollar deposit by Wednesday afternoon. Lampard's hedge fund on his ESL investments has bid four point four billion dollars to buy the business at of Bank. Crecy and his plan would keep about four hundred and twenty five stores open London's Heathrow airport temporarily halted departing flights late Tuesday after a nearby drone citing the incident comes less than three weeks after multiple drone sightings at nearby Gatwick airport forced the shutdown of its runway off and on for three days disrupting tens of thousands of passengers during the busy holiday travel, period the boom and the sale of small mostly privately owned. Drones has led to increasing incidents of such unmanned aircraft coming close to airports and commercial airliners. Drones have been spotted near flights. Newark LaGuardia and Dubai last month, the FAA announced plans for industry government projects in the US detest airborne densification of drones as smartphone makers, apple and Samsung have warned investors. They would fall short of earnings expectations Reisen expanded its base of wireless phone subscribers in the fourth quarter of two thousand eighteen for Isan said on Tuesday at added. A nit six hundred and fifty thousand new post paid phone connections during the fourth quarter, that's an increase from the net. Two hundred ninety five thousand new phone connections added in the third quarter and Barbie is coming to a theater near you. Mattel plans to create the first live action feature film starring it's icon, toy personality. Mattel says it will work with Warner Brothers picture group to develop the film and kademi award nominee Margot Robbie has been cast to star as Barbie coming up next. The good news and the troubling news behind a reduction in cancer deaths. Deaths from cancer peaked in the early nineties. But they've taken a dramatic turnaround down twenty seven percent over the past quarter century, Wall Street Journal health and science reporter, Amy docs, are Marcus joins us with details. So Amy, this represents two point six million fewer deaths and efforts to reduce smoking are big part of it. Definitely the case. According to this new report from American Cancer Society. Researchers smoking was one of the biggest drivers of cancer deaths overall for men and Bruin. And while this is seen as good news people. You spoke to said there's still a long way to go in terms of preventing deaths. It is good news. People are very happy about it. And they should be because people worked hard to bring awareness of HANA make lifestyle changes to develop new drugs. But there are many people who are still going to die from cancer statistics that they gave. Projections and twenty nineteen are sobering. And they themselves acknowledged that they still wanna make further improvements in these death rates. You know, the authors of the cancer death study said the wall we've seen significant progress in decline in cancer deaths. We could actually see almost two million new cancer diagnoses next year along with six hundred six thousand deaths. Yes, those are staggering and sobering numbers. The other thing that they raised in the report that I think is interesting is that they don't have explanations for some of the reasons why some of that were calendar rates still continue to increase in the report Hudson significant data on cancer deaths among men in women's specifically, which types of cancer affects them, yes. They said that men die in the greatest numbers from lung prostate and colorectal cancer. And they said that women die primarily from lung breast and colorectal cancer. One of the differences. They said is that lung cancer incidence is declining twice as fast in men as women and some of that can reflect some of the historical trends in when women started smoking. But also that there may be sex differences to explain some of the differences in mortality, and they're not explore how to explain all of them. While we have seen a lot of progress obesity is an issue on the horizon in in society today that has researchers very worried when I spoke with the American Cancer Society lead author of the paper she talked about obesity epidemic much like the country used to have tobacco epidemic. When many many people were smoking, and she raised this issue and the investigators in the study, more broadly, raise the issue that obesity, Ken. Be driver in predisposing people too. Great a risk for cancer. And that's something that also needs to be addressed. If we we don't wanna see you another uptick in cancer rates now that they've been succeeded now that they have been succeeding in getting the ways to decline, Amy researchers are still discovering and looking for connections between obesity and cancer. Is that right? That is correct. A number of the people I spoke with about the report said that while we searchers do believe that there is a connection between obesity and cancer more work needs to be done in teasing out. What exactly the connection is? It could be that it's tied to increased estrogen levels, which can be a risk of breast cancer. Another person told me that it's possible that obesity can change kind of the structure of your liver, and that could predispose some people till two liver cancer. They're still trying. To figure out what the connection is seems like a lesson from all this is that many cancer cases can be prevented by being more mindful and careful about our own activities. That's very much. The case I did speak with outside experts who follow the cancer space and many of them raised the issue that you can change your risk rate by changing your lifestyle in the paper. The researchers said that the majority of liver cancer cases, could potentially be prevented to lifestyle changes. And that includes not only not smoking, but also being more physically active losing weight and even getting vaccines of against hepatitis speed. For example, was one that was cited in the paper or that his Wall Street Journal health and signs reporter, Amy Dr Marcus joining us via Skype, Amy thanks so much for being with us. And that's what's news. I'm your Waylon in the newsroom in New York at the Wall Street Journal. Title.
AP Headline News Feb 14 2019 13:00 (EST)
"Okay, guys. Welcome to our keyword AGM. Planning quarterly review central meeting. Business can be complicated. But travel doesn't have to be with my taxi business. You can download receipts and manage multiple bookings online make the smarter choice of mytalk c dot com. AP radio news. I'm Tim Maguire former deputy FBI director Andrew McCabe in an upcoming interview with CBS sixty minutes says he was worried that an investigation. He started into President Trump's possible ties to Russia would be shut down after Trump fire FBI director James Comey. I was very concerned that I was able to put the Russia case on absolutely solid ground in an indelible fashion that were I removed quickly reassigned or fired that the case could not be closed or vanish in the night without a trace McCabe was fired from the FBI last year after the Justice department inspector general concluded he had lied during an internal investigation into media disclosure McCabe claims he was fired as part of Trump's war on the FBI. Former deputy director has a book coming out next week Amazon dismisses queens as one of the companies crown jewels. Warren Levinson has more. Reversal came after Amazon conducted a year long search for a second headquarters and decided to split the new facility between Virginia and Long Island city across the East River from Manhattan, but New York politicians pushed back after the deal was announced saying the city was giving away too much reduced taxes, which they contended the online retail behemoth was well able to pay Amazon which had planned to put twenty five thousand workers in the queens campus says it will not look for a substitute. But instead will expand its new offices in Arlington, Virginia and Nashville, Tennessee, Warren Levinson, New York retailers, including Amazon limped into the end of the holiday shopping season in December sales tumbled one point two percent for the month an unpleasant surprise for analysts like Bank rate dot coms. Mark Hamrick is one of the worst looking retail sales figures that I can ever remember. It turns out it is the biggest drop since September of two thousand nine non store retailers, which include mail order and ecommerce feminists off sales fall three point nine percent. This is a be ready. News, the racial, gap and cancer deaths narrows, but isn't closed. Ben Thomas explains the American Cancer Society says cancer deaths have dropped for all Americans, but the rates have fallen faster for black people than white, you know, he thirty years ago. Black men had a forty seven percent higher cancer death rate than white men. That's now shrunk to nineteen percent. Meanwhile, black women have a cancer death rate. Just thirteen percent greater than white women. Experts say the main reason is that smoking rates have fallen more dramatically among black people over the past forty years that's paying off in fewer deaths. Now, another reason is more blacks have been getting cancer screenings. I'm Ben Thomas an overheated vape pen battery caused a bag to catch fire at an overhead storage been delaying a flight from New York's LaGuardia to Houston yesterday online. Video shows a flight attendant using a fire extinguisher to put out the fire. No one was hurt. And passengers would put onto another plane for their flight. I've Tim McGuire. AB radio news.
July 31, 2020
"Presented by the American Cancer Society Cancer Action. Network. Friday morning I'm Anna. Palmer and welcome to your politico playbook audio briefing and I'm Jay enhanced unemployment benefits run out today in Thursday night meeting between Mark Meadows Steven mnuchin Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer was fruitless and a deal is a long way off inside the room. The big news meadows made an offer to extend unemployment at six hundred dollars per week as a standalone proposition. This is current law and Republicans have railed against it. Pelosi Schumer rejected the offer and suggested they extend the enhanced. Unemployment insurance at the same rate six, hundred per week through the first quarter of twenty, twenty, one medicine mnuchin rejected that but sources said, there may be a start of a consensus here. But goodness, it's tough to see that at the moment the debate over money for state and local governments was contentious Democrats signaled they would need another fifteen billion dollars on top of the roughly nine, hundred billion. They requested this time to help public transportation systems, schumer disgust repealing salt caps, which Republicans are opposed to. They discussed P. P. as well, which eventually turned into talk about Osha regulations they could find agreement on. But. Alas, they can't find agreement on anything else. So what's the matter? When the negotiators discussed money for Cova testing meadows tried twice to reach Anthony Fauci but could not get him. That was discussed providing Cova testing capability for Capitol Hill. But he found little common ground there at the end of the discussion they found basically no overlap the agreed to talk more by phone about the allocation of money in places they agree a deal is not within reach at the moment upon leaving the room Schumer and Pelosi both. said that Republicans don't understand the gravity of the problem meadow said his proposals were not received warmly, I and playbook Nancy Pelosi will announce thirty nine million raise for Democrats last quarter including twenty nine point three to the d triple C and there's more unease in the government. The Congressional Research Service is the in house policy analysis arm to Capitol Hill. It's employees are mostly out of sight, but they're incredibly important to the institution they write detailed. Legislative analyses at the request of any member of Congress they answer to Congress which set their budget. You SIERRAS employees reach out to us and said, they are being forced to brief members of Congress in Person Zerorez works for members of Congress. So they do not feel like they can push back and are being told not to on occasion lawmakers take their masks off a member calls us and it has to be on their terms one analyst. told us there's bipartisanship on one thing Republicans and Democrats say Pelosi and Mitch McConnell Should Institute testing in the capital. Now, House Democrat who would rather not incur Pelosi's wrath said, ideally, I should be able to go to work with Republican colleagues who are responsible enough to wear a mask. I don't the only way. Congress could help Americans you need relief for the body to be free of covid until the Republicans take this seriously member should be tested. Mark. Meadows said that he would send testing equipment to capitol. Hill has democratic leadership. told us they have no update on whether they would test members of Congress and the post has a wild story. The Department of Homeland Security was compiling intelligence reports on US journalists, covering the protests in Portland who published leaked documents. After the Post published story online last night acting DHL secretary Chad Wolf ordered the Intel. Office. To stop collecting information on journalists and an investigation in Kansas. CNN is reporting the president told associates flight on Air Force One Wednesday that he would not weigh in in the primary between Chris Quebec and Roger Marshall Holly. Buying. Has the latest on how Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders camps clashed during a recent virtual gathering of a key committee of the national. Democratic. Convention. And here's what's on tap trump's Friday president will meet with National Association of Police Organizations Leadership in the Cabinet Room at eleven thirty he will leave the White House at one in route to Tampa Florida where he will participate in a campaign coalitions event with Florida Sheriff's at three thirty PM. Afterward, he will leave for Belair Florida at three fifty and traveled to the Pelican. Golf Club he will participate in the COVID nineteen response stored Preparedness Roundtable at four thirty hip participate in roundtable with supporters at five followed by a fundraising committee dinner he'll depart at seven. Oh, five and travel back to Washington were whole arrived at the White House at ten Oh five PM killing mcenaney will hold a press briefing at ten thirty am subscribed to playbook at politico dot com slash playbook. Congress address the affordability of Covid nineteen testing and treatment cancer care needs the same. 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NPR News: 01-08-2020 10AM ET
"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Korva Coleman. The White House says President Trump will make a statement in one hour this comes after Iran launched missile strikes against US military forces in Iraq that was in retaliation for US drone. Strike that killed Ronnie and military commander Customs Sumani. Iran's Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei spoke spoke after the Iranian strikes. NPR's Becky Sullivan reports from Tehran. This was the supreme leader's first public speech. Since the death of Kasim Suleimani the Iranian general killed by the US drone strike in Iraq Friday. How many celebrated the retaliatory missile attacks which he called a slap in the face. What is important is a you got. The corrupt presence of the United States in this region should come to an end. How many gave his remarks in. Qom a city that is Iran's John's religious center who is there to mark the anniversary of protests that sparked these lama pollution the ayatollah eulogize Sulejmani praising him for his bravery his religious faith and especially for his work guiding Iran backed militant groups throughout the Middle East including Hezbollah in Lebanon Becky Sullivan. NPR News Tehran. A Ukrainian cranium. Passenger jet crashed just after took off from the airport in Tehran. Today all one hundred seventy six people aboard were killed. This happened hours after the Iranian Ronnie and missile strikes in Iraq but Ronnie and officials say they believe. The crash was caused by mechanical problems. The American Cancer Society says that cancer deaths in the United States have seen their biggest year to year decline ever. NPR's Richard Harris reports. This is mostly due to a drop in deaths from lung cancer. Death rates from cancer cancer have been declining gradually in the United States for years. But the drop between twenty sixteen in two thousand seventeen is the biggest yet. Cancer Society says the rate dropped more than two percent went from one year to the next that's largely because a lot of people have stopped smoking over the past two decades and that means fewer people getting lung cancer. The Cancer Society says improve treatments are also contributing to the trend and while the death rate from cancer is falling. The actual number of cancer cases continues to rise. That's because cancer mainly affects affects older people and the US has more old people than ever Richard Harris NPR news. Australian authorities have increased the death toll from wildfires to twenty-six he seeks people. NPR's Jason Bobi and says the number of wildfires continues to grow one issue at the moment is lightning strikes have sparked some new blazes west of Sydney Kidney. There's also concern that. Some of the fires on the Southeast Coast May merged together fires that are burning in Victoria and fires. That are burning in New South Wales or getting incredibly incredibly close to each other and if they do merge it's going to be even a bigger problem for fire authorities to deal with. NPR's Jason Reporting on Wall Street. The Dow Jones Industrial Israel average is up forty two points at twenty eight thousand six hundred twenty six. The Nasdaq is up more than thirty. Three points you're listening to. NPR The National Weather Service says it has growing confidence that a large winter storm will hit the east coast by Friday. The services that may include tornadoes and inhale from Texas through other parts of the South and flooding in the Ohio and Tennessee valleys. Some states that are farther. North will get wintry precipitation aircraft maker. Boeing is now recommending all seven thirty seven. Max Pilots get new training in a simulator before the troubled plane goes back into passenger. Your service NPR's David Schaper has more Boeing's about-face I'd pilot training comes aviation regulators. Signaled they would likely require simulator training even so it is more costly and time. Consuming pilots themselves have been calling for months for the more comprehensive training at American Airlines seven. Thirty seven piloted pilot's Union spokesman. Dennis teenager her welcomes Boeing's change of heart but now he needs to know the details. What did you find out that changed your mind. And what would this. Training Entail Sale. The mother of one of the three hundred forty six people killed in two MACs plane. Crashes says pilot training in a simulator should have been required long before the plane was ever ever allowed to fly David Schaper. NPR News home decorating chain pier. One imports says it's going to close up to half of its stores in the US and Canada Pier One says it has lost more than two hundred forty million dollars in this fiscal year as more customers turn to online shopping. The company says that it plans layoffs at its corporate headquarters as well. I'm Korva Coleman N._P._R.. News from Washington.
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Good Abby with us taking you to noon eastern time Dory and Mel ESPN radio ESPN app. We're always presented by progressive insurance. All guess, join a shell Pennzoil performance line. We'll dive back into the Super Bowl fifteen minutes from now again. Tv and movie personalities is in WWE. Now, you're seeing him for years Maria menounos from Massachusetts big patriots fan. She's going to join the show. We'll have some fun with Maria menounos coming up thirty minutes from now ten thirty eastern time. So all that's part of what's ahead mills big board of running MAC because you know, we go position by position between now and the draft and last week was quarterbacks today will be straight running backs. Okay. And that's so all that's a head. But right now as we get ready to close the chapter on another football season colleges in the books that fell will be as tomorrow night. What will be the three? Biggest most interesting stories to follow. Once the Super Bowl is over. It is. It is hot Sawyer. We go Melman. Let's go three two one. Once again, what is the third? Biggest story you'll be following. When we close the book on Super Bowl, fifty three love the hot-listing. We'll be could be all over the place. This is going to be a boring number three. Because we were I talked about it. It's Anthony Davis. Where will he be moved to? When will he be moved with team? Does he land? They give up the what are they up to get him? I think Anthony Davis following it through the next week. Does it get to the summer? Anthony Davis twenty five right now turns twenty six on March eleventh when the best players in the NBA, obviously, great great basketball player difference maker. Does it become a Laker following Anthony Davis and what happens with the New Orleans pelicans? And where he ends up is if something I will put it number three. All right, so eighties destination future your number three storyline. When the Super Bowl is over mine will be mine just kind of be the Lakers in general and really the LeBron impact of this. Does he get them into the playoffs? How high of a c do they win? A first round series. I don't know whether they're going to have eighty or not I'm having this. Laker specific storyline. Regardless of whether Anthony Davis is on that team. Because I think right now it's already a better team when LeBron's on the floor that I expected it to be year one with LeBron. I do think because you have LeBron. It's a dangerous team for any first round opponent. It might be. I would say maybe except the warriors. And I know Denver's right there with Golden State right now. But I I would give the Lakers shot against Infor. I would give the Lakers shot against my thunder. Although I don't like it Portland for sure I think just the Lakers in general. How far can they go year one with LeBron would be my third? Biggest story when the Super Bowl comes to an end. How about your second? That's baseball. And I think when you look at Bryce Harper whereas Bryce Harper and where does Manny Machado and both are twenty six years of age last year? We saw JD Martinez take forever to finally sign. Right. And look the difference maker. He was so. Oh, I think when you look at baseball right now. And I think this is going to impact collective bargaining. I think players aren't happy with this where you have to superstar young players still waiting here yard and February now, and they don't know where they're gonna be playing baseball the Phillies expect to get one of the two that Padres land Harper. What happens the White Sox Yankees? All we're these two guys going to end up you thought by now would have already known that. And we don't so I think fouling Harper and Machado as we get ready for cactus and grapefruit league spring training baseball coming up in a week or so I have those two superstar still out there. Pretty amazing. You know, it's funny because you said I love this hotlanta because we'll be all over the place. Our number two is exactly the same. I agree with you. I put where do Harper and Machado sign where do they go? I think that's that's a fascinating story. Again. You know, the players don't like that. It's taken this long for these guys to get signed the owners don't like that has taken so long for them to accept offers. It's it's an argument that's going to go into a collective bargaining renegotiation and potentially a workshop. In a couple of years is not good. But it's it's now the climate Harper's been offered a ton of money. A three hundred million. Apparently by the nationals, the Phillies are interested. The Padres met with him on Thursday in Vegas. The White Sox are interested. He's got money on the table. He's not signing. Manny machado. We know. The White Sox have made a lucrative off. He's not signing. They gotta sign. I'm the owners are frustrated. I don't blame them the players weren't more. I don't blame them. What's going to happen? But yes, these are franchise changing players both of them. What's going to happen with them? That's my number two storyline as well. So now now we're going to close the book on the NFL here tomorrow night. At least this games. We've got the draft and everything else. But what's the single? Biggest sports storyline that you will be interested in starting tomorrow night. Well, I want things that are going to warm. Yeah, we got like the ice age back here in Maryland all over the country by freezing and warm show. Pro bowler stories look forward to. And I was a kid with Chris shankleman and Nelson Burton junior dick Weber early Anthony that warm up leading into wide world of sports. But you think about baseball coming up spring training watching those games and in Florida Arezzo warm shop, but how about golf Tiger Woods. This is the number one thing I'm looking forward to Tiger Woods can. Yeah. That breakthrough and win his first major since two thousand and eight he's right. Now Tigers Ford turned forty three December thirtieth. Phil Mickelson will be forty nine in June. So you what do you think tiger plays four five six years? Single sixteen twenty twenty four twenty eight more majors at their possible. He's got fourteen nNcholas. Jack Nicklaus has eighteen. I said I think last year you said, we'll tiger win another major. I said he would you said he wouldn't right. Yeah. That's to me something to really look forward to moving through the season. And through the next few is higher woods. Can he get the first major victory since way back in two thousand eight we thought then he would win twenty five majors. He stuck on fourteen at once two thousand eight will you get another one this year. That's what I'm looking forward to it would have in April. We got the masters in Augusta National than great venue. Can you get it their last one was the US open in two thousand eight Tiger Woods moving forward can get that next. Major my number one thing I'm looking forward PGA championships moving up in the calendar as well. Like, yes, he could go on an absolute tear over the span of about three months when it comes to majors. I did last year. I said he's not gonna win another one. You know, me I like to be right 'cause I never. I am. I'm not going to be right. I'm not going to be right fight. A bet. I bet he would now I did not expect a kind of charge and come back and that we've gotten from him, and it's stupid not to expect it like, you know, me I'm not a tiger fan per se. Like, I don't care for the guy personally. I I don't care for the ego. I think he's smog. I all of that's, but my gosh is he unbelievable. And he's back, and he's nasty and he's dangerous. And he scary. And nobody moves the dialect tire note. No, including with me. I mean, I don't really care for the guy personally. But I'll watch him. Of course, I would rather watch him in a major than now NBA factor. Not effector. I love it. You know, what it's funny too because I love the hot list because I came up with it now. But. So I'm not gonna live. This is your story. I didn't even consider it. I didn't even think about it. I was off. It was so far off the radar. If it was I would probably have it. What if I thought about it you in because my number one was your number three? I do wanna see where eighty goes. That's your number one. That's my number one. Wow. Because because as I really I'm I like, and I like a d and I want to see where he goes. And the other thing is this like in this is kind of a co number one because I wanna see where he goes. And then I want the warriors to fall apart. Okay. That's kind of my other ones kind of a code number one. Like, I'm sick of them. Don't like them. I don't want. I don't want them to win anymore. I want them to completely collapse. You know, why the other reason because the thunder are pretty good right now, you know, Paul Georgia's a freak Paul George put up another forty-three last night. He hit ten three's like they're playing really well that that war, and it's not just for the thunder. It's for the thunder. It's for the nuggets. It's for the Lakers. It's for the jazz. I want the west to be open again, let the warriors while apartments. Seaward eighty goes. It's a brand new world in the west. That's what I'm looking forward to. Yeah. Because right now, if you look right now the project into the NBA finals, Golden State and everybody else, I think we agree with that. And I don't want to. But yeah, we want to see that change right now, you can lock in Golden State in the west and the east, but I love the east like I love Milwaukee. Toronto walkies get into the finals. I don't think I think they're a little over hype. I think it's Toronto or Boston. Could you imagine an an eastern finals without Philly or Boston? And everybody thought it'd be Toronto. You think it's Toronto boss? I don't I'm not buying Boston anymore. Like, I'm starting to kind of matters. I think they'll get it together when it matters. And and for the Sixers we all thought the Sixers we're going to be kind of locked in. And they haven't hadn't come together. Foltz still a major disappointment as a number one pick overall he hadn't gotten it together. So Toronto or Boston is where I would go you're going more. You're always been a big buck fan. I just. I love you honest. Like, I I love the small market. You know, me man, I'm a small market guy. I love the small market. I want to get the best record in the NBA right now. I want to see Milwaukee that building by the way is Rockin every single night be really fun to watch them in a big time series of conference finals NBA finals. I would watch that. He's he's awesome, man and stay there. Forever. OB stays there for them. Remember reminding you one eight hundred flowers dot com. Valentine's eight no brainer. The best bouquets and deals around like the eighteenth. Steam, enchanted rose medley for twenty nine ninety nine double it to thirty six hymns for twenty bucks. More to order, go to one eight hundred flowers dot com slash E. S P at coming up. Mike wants to get in the show a little bit here. He's gonna ask us some questions about the Super Bowl that we have to answer. Right. Big time questions that you and I are going to give our little time answers to I'll give my little time. You give your big fair enough. Good job on coming up with tiger, man. I'm disappointed in myself. This appointed me and Mel ESPN radio ESPN app. Let's consider the secret life of the innermost. Nesting doll living most of her life in the dock inside the other nesting Dole's. She has plenty of time to think if she could sadly, she has no brain, however, winning in the most nesting dole, his gyco not only saves people money, but also has been providing great service for over seventy five years. She thinks it's obvious. You should switch because. Yes. Switching to gyco is a no brainer pitchy in most nesting Dollond lot in life. Oh, let's go shit Kira. This is now we're getting somewhere. I think the musical theme of the day Dorian Mel ESPN radio. That is the second. That's the second of the four songs about a body part now. Right. So that's hips. Don't lie from Shakira to go along with your body is a wonderland. John mayer. Then there's got us pegged. Then there's my kinda party from Jason I'll dean, and then you really throw it off with criminal from apple. So you said you were going to are we talking about the artists here? Or are we talking about the song titles, Mikey see like what what do I need to be paying? What do we need to be paying attention to to get the theme here? Yeah. You wanna be paying attention to the artists? Not the song the artists. Oh boy. That's a curveball. Oh, then I know it you wanna guess. Yeah. Because yes, why do you wanna guess because last week one of the themes was halftime performers at the Super Bowl? This one is who has sang the national anthem at the Super Bowl now. Oh, you thought that you had it you thought you wanna apple thing? Why wouldn't you own apple let them? You really depressing. Having any of the other ones saying the national anthem. Why do I thought you took a lazy way out of their confident answer? Who saying any? A wing and a whiff, I don't know. I don't even know who sang at Shaquir did once right? I don't know. All I remember is Whitney Houston. Dr. Thank you. I appreciate that that earned that amazing. I've never seen anybody act like they were a thousand percent right yet at the end of the day have no clue. I do it every Saturday. What are you talking about? You don't do it. Like, he's. That's. You are slow. Here's your voice back. He's got that these. Like these. So you have no idea right now. Clearly, I have no it is confirmed. Shakira. Did sing the national anthem. It goes in your dreams. No, no, no, no never. Eighteen ninety never for Shaquir Jason aldean. Hi aman. Okay. By the way, what eight hundred flowers dot com Twitter feed hit me at ESPN dorey. If you have an idea for the theme, and then I'll take it as my own. Thank you. This is going to be part of our listening segment with Mike, you know. Yeah. We're we're we're done on this. Yeah. We are absolutely dead. Okay. We got big football questions Super Bowl questions. Mike. What do you got force? I I want to remind you. We are presented by progressive insurance. Because star refuses to do any of those. Hey, wait Nike. Does that count? If Mike does it. Yeah. I heard that one. Okay. We also need to shell mention here. Mike. Okay. You'll get one. Thanks. All right, guys. I question what is the most important match up in this game. What do you got? Aaron Donald against that interior offensive line and New England Aaron Donald has been held. Are you believe this? He's been held without a sack in the postseason. And I think his ability that inside proprieties, not a mobile guy. Looks at clean pocket the interior pressure of Donald Andrews and company Piven, scar Nekia great offensive line coach. Can they hold Donald without a sack? I don't think they cannot think that will impact this game. Mentally, all right. I'll give you mine is going to be Nicole Roby Coleman lining up as a slot defender against Julian Eshelman because that's where he spends his time. He lied up. Why are you laughing? I'm trying to give it I'm trying to even serious answer. And you're over here laughing like you did it my stupid guests a minute ago. Melanie, you go right to the guy that had the the controversial now he's gonna line up against ETA and get chewed up and spit out potentially in the slot. Like, they do everybody else. All right. Why is that funny to you? Why don't you take me seriously Kuyper? Give me a joke. Coach. You are crushing my feelings. My ego is this where it starts to fall apart. We here we are in a year nine we've already exceeded your time on any radio show with any other host ever. And now you're getting tired of me and you're going to start chasing me out. That's what's going to happen, man. I got a contract, and I get more radio days. So you're going to have to accept this. They'll think so sensitive confine them. I know you're fine. Just ask yourself. Let's go to do. All right guys, non quarterback most likely to win the MVP. Todd girls. I'm just kidding. All right Todd Gurley. I'm just playing. Doing. Even know it'll take you seriously. My laugh at. Okay. Give a reason. No, I would love one because of the injury concert. C J Anderson going to be the guy C, J Anderson. Was there hot back that they went to and girl? He was watching curly. Yeah. And done much. So I think curly now he's rested. Can he be the difference in this football game? All right. My turn. Are you silent here on this? I should be unlike unlike into think about it, I'm like Kylo Mary yesterday silent Dari real quick. Yeah. Go all guess appear via the shell Pennzoil performance line. Thank you very much Aaron Donald non quarterback MVP into that back. Why would you mentioned Donald after already talked about because you were your answer was so well, okay. So here I'm gonna go one step further. He's going to win as match up and he's going to be in the backfield enough to become the MVP girly. I thought about I did. But from what we've seen this post-season? How many carries is he going to split with C J Anderson that would obviously impact the MVP up would. But I don't want to go with the obvious, right? All right next winning tired of Mel is there. Can we do something about this? Yes. Can I leave? No. He's a jerk. I've done nothing warrant this kind of thing. Okay. Go ahead. Mike, Dr in twenty seconds or less patriots win. If patriots win if they give Tom Brady time if they give Tom Brady time he will be all over element in the slot. He will they will be able if they give him time. I I think that the passing game will be affected all over the football field. The patriots win long as he's not running for his life. Now. Oh, I wasn't thinking about it. I thought Doria had that question. I thought your give me another question. I find Mel Rams win. If Rams win. If Todd Gurley is the MVP. And that's how you do it quickly. Dr you left. I didn't even come close for sixty five seconds, by the way. That's not even true laughter. Took sixty five seconds. That did not that took about sixteen. I want it played back in the break. That's what I wanted played back along with a list of redo a list of everybody who has sing the national anthem at the Super Bowl. I see what you're doing. We still got thirty this. Why didn't have rush? Why were you forced to run? I don't know thirty six because he didn't think we could do it billboard. Oh, yeah. Sorry. You've got me. So thrown off this Sunday. SPF poor taste is your home for Super Bowl fifty three s spaniel Brady and Bella check when they're six Super Bowl together will Goffin girly bring the Lombardi back to LA Super Bowl fifty three Sunday in Spanish on ESPN, the protest and available on CBS. Coverage starts at six eastern Maria. Menounos is next, you know, this one dairy. I know this one that's Robin Thicke, right? Even know new way to go. This is a great song. The song was massively popular what six seven years ago. Issue more than that even. All right. So here we go. Here's a musical theme about the way, I can't confirm through research. John mayer. Jason alpine Fiona apple insecure have all never saying the national anthem at the Super Bowl. So thick my I guess was. I don't believe Robin Thicke has either. But now, I don't know. Now, I don't know Alan Thicke. I'd know Alan Thicke did not you know, what I I've got a massive headache that started right around nine. Oh one and forty seconds today. Do you have any idea why that would be? This is the first time in the history of this show. You all have given me a headache. And it's to win. To win Fiona apple thing the national anthem. It's not helping it's not helping my headache. Not that you're trying to. I'm to go get I I deal with you guys today, you can go. We'll take care of the military. Good. I don't know. Actually, I'm actually I'm actually waiting. We are waiting because we are expected to be joined in moments by Maria menounos, you've seen her all over the TV over the years today. Access Hollywood extra E news. You've seen her in movies. She's now working with WWE. Now. I don't follow WW. I had no idea Maria menounos was part of WWE. I didn't know she was arrested fan. She's also from Massachusetts a big patriots fan. She's also working very closely as well with the American Cancer Society and very important caused that we are going to discuss with her. So we're going to get her on the line here in just a moment. Do you? Remember the question. I wanted to ask her. No, it's about this back taking eight thirty eastern time for our listeners. If you if you're getting Maria on who's a big patriots fan celebrity. Oh, I do know. What would you ask her? And the first thing, I do know. Has you ever hang out with Thomas l? Yep. Yeah. Exactly. Right. I think it's a great question. I try to ask questions our listeners may want to ask themselves. What was her favourite national anthem? Probably won't ask that one. You're a winner Houston. Like, you can't even answer. I wouldn't even I didn't even know any other ones because Whitney Houston's was so great under. It was really. I'm just saying I just said Carrie Underwood out. That's fine. That's why I really like shakira's. If you own apples better. Boy. Oh boy. I like that you guys gave me a headache. You didn't just say meat. Patrick is is a headache. In fact, he's a he's a real Chad prescription, you know, what I want? I want to get fired danc- back. That's what I want or Travis or anybody else that's ever worked on this show. Beset avert. Hatcher alley. Anybody? I don't think you really want that all I do. Oh, Patrick trust me. I wish is Mike men because I'm pretty sure I'm not on the show next week. Hallelujah and I'm just pleading Mike, you're an objects the show Mike's up there, right? Mike can step on it. So we're going to. Yeah. Exactly. All right. So by the way, you're going to get us into your running back big board here by as well. Oh, we wait on Maria menounos. Now, we may not wait forever for Maria minute us. We do stick to a run down. Here. We are slot. Now. If she if she doesn't show up she would be the first gay. She would be the most recent that you would not be the first Mel who stood us up more as one individual that stood us up more than anybody else in the history of this show. Todd todd. No, no, no, no, no, no. I'm not talking about an ESPN or. Oh, okay. You remember who let me football player who's turned into a pretty good player now member he was all Jalen Ramsey Salen Ramsey s not once not twice. But three times was a three three times we put up with that. Why didn't we keep going back to Jalen Ramsey? That's on us. That's not on him anymore. That's on us. All but you know, what we do have her Maria. Unos joining us right now shell Pennzoil performance line Maria. It's not often that Melanie go well outside the box and bring in people that really, you know, whether or not our analysts, we go into the world of entertainment, and that's what we're doing now. And we're glad to have you part of it. And I know you're highly involved with the American Cancer Society and crucial catch, and I want you to tell us about that in just a minute. But you're dialed into this thing because you're a Massachusetts, right? Like, what will you be doing during the Super Bowl? Okay. So first of all, stinky for having me, I will be of course, watching the game. Talking Tom Brady threw plays like I do. So and you know, making sure that a wearing the proper jersey to bring the proper due to the game. I mean, I've got so many rituals say because you know, we're all superstitious fans and any want to contribute to the good energy Maria who's your favorite patriot of all time, Tom Brady, who's your second favorite. Patriot of all time. Oh. Willing to Guinness comes to mind. I loved Willie. Oh my God. You got lots of gronk. Yeah. I know and love gronk. I love Ataman. You why are you thinking about that melt mel's got a very important question. He's been dying to ask you for the last two hours. Were we knew you were coming home Marie? And I try to ask questions our listeners may be curious about and I'm big into all the us weekly stuff and all the celebrity stuff that you ever hang out. Have you ever hung out with Tom and Giselle? I have well how when she's on. I were talking at some event, and she found out that I have never gone to an actual game at in Foxborough because I used to sell sausages outside in the parking lot and the cold. She was horrified. The shoes like you need to come be our guest. And so we went to their we, of course Thomas playing and then we went to see him after the game. And they're amazing. And I know whenever I covered Super Bowl for all the shows that I've worked for because I was such a Homer. And of course, I ruined media day by wearing jerseys and picking sides because I thought that it was absolutely ludicrous for me to try to pretend I didn't have a side when everybody knew what my side was. So I started wearing jerseys to media day. Tom would always call on me, first and the media would hit that. Maria. Tom. Nice awhile. You'll be watching the world's the world's the Super Bowl full of angst in exile. In your jersey. I was finding out I did not I'm not a WWE person. But you are and you are part of it. How did you get into wrestling? So I grew up watching wrestling with my dad and a few years ago. I knew that they were starting to use celebrity hosts for Monday night, raw, and basically manifested it they called me one day out of nowhere. And I said I will do it on one condition. I wanna wrestle it didn't really take me seriously. So I hired a coach and I trained and when I showed up that weekend. I said I want to show you what I can do. I really want rough though. And so show them I could do we created some skits and from there, I did four different matches that led to wrestlemainia and I wrestled at wrestlemania. Wow. That's awesome. Did it hurt? Did it hurt at all? A little I mean wrestlemainia I had shattered feed and busted ribs from dancing with the stars. But the girls were so incredible. It what they did that that was actually the least painful experience I had another one where when I did the sunset flip. My tailbone got a little Bruce. But other than that. It was great. Have you do know Ronda Rousey Maria. Yes. How about the Bella twins? Of course, right? All of them. I go to all the events. I host hall of fame for them during wrestlemania weekend. I'll be back there again this year. They're like my family. I've never felt more at home or more loved at a company than I have at the WWE. That's awesome. I know that. All right. So you are also very involved. In addition to being a big patriots fan and working with WWE involved with the American Cancer Society. And there's something that that is being pushed called crucial catch tell us about this point. Well, so we are here delivering like the fan experience of the last time with Sam tropic, fifteen seconds of fame and the NFL in American Cancer Society. So we have to fans that raised a ton of money and not won the competition who happened to be patriots fans. Luckily, and and the the husband after the same brain tumor that I have. So we have a lot of connections. Ironically that fifteen seconds of fame is this really cool app that delivers content to like if you're at a game. Like if you're a Super Bowl and the cameras catch you if you downloaded the off and you put yourself into the app, they will send you any footage. That captures you. So you get your fifteen seconds of fame. So it was a natural synergy between them fan drop back and the American Cancer Society to create this amazing experience of these guys have met, Adam LeVine, Vanessa Hudgens. They're like like a dream weekend. That's a whole the money goes to to help cancer and raise awareness. And so for me having my mom had has brain cancer, and you know, various family members and friends who've gone through it. It's really important to to be connected to these causes and to do as much as I can. Oh, good for you. Good for you hits hits hits close to home. No doubt about it before. We let you go Maria menounos joining us. Give us a final score damone. Oh, no. That's so hard. We like to ask if we like to ask the tough questions here Maria. Yeah, I'm terrible. At that. I honestly, I have no idea. What's going to happen? I'm I'm nervous. I know we're going to prevail. But I'm nervous. I have no idea is going to be a flow out. Like, you know, it's the patriots Marie or two and a half point right now by three. Okay. There is now final answer. So you hear it from Maria menounos herself take the patriots, minus the point. No, I'm just kidding. We're not gonna put that gun Maria. It's been it's been good talking to you. Enjoy the game. Good luck to your patriots. Thank you. All right Maria menounos there with us. Joining us on the shell Pennzoil performance line. Straight ahead. Mailman your big board of running backs running back big board. That's what straight ahead Doria amount is being radio ESPN app. Now, you're now, you're. Now, you're now I got no shot. You mean side in sing the national? I did not sing national anthem it through. Musical theme continues. Then we're gonna get into mel's top five is running back. Big board. Musical theme. Pay attention to the artists the artists so far that have been played John Mayer Jason aldean's Fiona, apple Shakira, Robin Thicke and now side. Why P S Y side? What in the world is the theme, by the way. Robbie DeWitt hit me on Twitter. One eight hundred flowers dot com Twitter feed asking is it Super Bowl pre-game acts. See I'm not the only one that would not be imagined scientists Super Bowl is it si-. It's actually said sai-. Yeah. Why why PS why I would've said PS y no. Cy. Remember this song? But that's that's about all. I got. All right. Melvin by the way in about twelve minutes. It's ask Mel time. You the listeners can call and ask him whatever draft question you want. We'll throw that number out here in about five minutes, but mailman hit us up your big board of running back. Mel typing. He is the most fascinating intriguing player in the history of the NFL draft. He's got the answers who you should take who you shouldn't take strappy now for junior latest Mel kiper junior NFL draft board. All righty. Mel, then let's do it. You number five big board on the list before we get to five or go to five AM be because these guys really would have been in. There had not been for injury. Bryce love Stanford. Great year in two thousand seventeen injured dispatched you're injured at the end of the year as well. And then your guy Rodney Anderson Oklahoma tonight, and he looked like a big time future. NFL feature back second half the two thousand seventeen loss in early September season ending the injury. So durability concerned with both love and Anderson were they would have been in that top five, but I'll put them at five AM PM number five though. Devon single Terry running back at Florida Atlantic. Now, this is a kid carried the ball during his career seven hundred and fourteen times six yard average, sixty six touchdowns fifty one receptions, now just six receptions this year twenty-five over the last two years like getting more involved catching the football out of the backfield. They run with conviction makes defenders miss can handle the heavy workload five eight two hundred pound or great balance. Very durable. I never missed a game despite having seven hundred sixteen career carries. Devon single Terry. Florida atlantic. I think a second or third round pick. It is my fifth highest rate at running back. All right. Big border running backs continues. How about number four a guy that I'm a high ruined. And I think some people are Daryl Henderson at Memphis second leading rusher in the country this year, and I think what stood out with Henderson Dari is big play game breaking ability. That's like a running away from defensive backs. He has a speed to do that in eight games this year. He had a run of forty or more yards than five of those games. He had a run of sixty or more yards for the Memphis Tigers. Daryl Henderson in at number four couple of group of fibers here. Starting off you're running back big board. Number three. You talk about a guy who has dependable and has been durable and doesn't fumble the ball ball security. Never been an issue with David Montgomery as of early November this year. He only had one fumble in over four hundred sixty attempts compact, physical runner a lot of yards after the. I hit picks up a lot of yards after contact production. Outstanding David Montgomery. I was state had earned that real estate. Dr is the team they they focused on on Montgomery team Butler, an excellent wide receiver. He could be a second round pick. You could have two cyclone skill position players in the first two three rounds of the draft with Butler and Montgomery, but David Montgomery running back Iowa State in his my third highest rate at running back with a second round grade. Matt Campbell and company got a miss him next year. But that's still a very good football team. He's got there. All right. So David Montgomery three. Daryl Henderson, Memphis Ford. Devon single Terry. Florida Atlantic five how about number two on your running back, or are you going to sneak peek to an update that's going to be on Thursday of this week? So new big boards. New everything new position rankings on giving you the update at positional rankings as right now. Number two is Damian Harris Alabama. Yeah, you go back for your final campaign. Dr you think you're going to be the guy in you're not you're sharing carries with Nigeria Harris with Josh Jacobs. You've got to thrown a ball all over the place. It's it's a pass orien-. Offense. But it works in your favor. If your day me and Harris because despite being a four year major contributor, you don't have to tread on the tires of a lot of four year running backs and you have versatile Tilleke. And you're a guy who's picks up a lot of yardage. Once you get through that whole gunshy get through initial contact doesn't have a lot of wiggle the Neville had to change direction, not super allusive. But he's kind of like Mark Ingram the old crimson tide. Running back former Heisman Trophy winner now with the saints kind of in that dole role with Allen, Kamara I'll go Damian Harris Alabama running back in at number two. And he as well as a second round grade. All right. So Damian Harris two and the number one tailback on the big board is a guy that nobody would have thought going. This year would be an Josh Jacobs from Alabama not highly regarded coming out of high school got it was just there. And it's developing and all of a sudden this year, you put it all together most complete player at the position is Josh Jacobs, accelerated as a runner excelled as a receiver accelerate blocker. I don't know how you do any. More to make yourself a prospect that he did he became the guy Nick Sabin back. Was we talked about it on this show, Dr October when Nick savings at the most explosive back on this team has Josh Jacobs. And this kid plays the game with a chip because he wasn't with Jeff Saturday. You alluded to said today guys that don't come in from high school to college with that five star rating on he was what a two star recruit wasn't the guy at Alabama was supposed to be Damian Harris nicely Harrison, he merges as the main entity for that running game. Josh Jacobs a chance to be a first round draft choice at worst a second round pick, Josh shake Alabama. Pretty amazingly ends up as the number one running back in the draft. I love this guy. And I love his story. And he's humble he was a he was a very lightly. Recruited kid out of McLane high school in Tulsa, not a great porta town. Not a great, you know, anything frankly odds against him stacked against him. And he was he was happy. He had accepted a scholarship offer from Wyoming. That was his that was his best offer. He was going to go to Wyoming and then jumped in late and then Alabama jumped in late and you because he's two hours from Norman coming in late. He told me that aggravated him. He really that made him mad, and he ends up getting a chance to go to Alabama. And he does and he's got a little boy. And there's a great story ESPN produced about it. And you should look it up and find it. His dad was taken care of him in his in his brothers. And they lived out of a hotel for a while. And spit some nights in a car and here he is your number one tailback Josh Jacobs. Go find the story. It's you're not gonna get anything better than that. Promise. You that? All right. Ask mail your questions from L eight eight eight say ESPN right now, it's ESPN radio. Geico presents unhelpful home improvement. How To's a slippery bathroom floor can result in expensive hospital bills? So today, I'll show you how to cook. In a serious. Fall by filling your bathroom with thousands of plastic balls. Just nail a piece of plywood across the doorway and dump in two thousand multicolor. Plastic balls. You could try to protect yourself with a bathroom full of plastic balls or you could get liability coverage through the Geico insurance agency. Visit Geico dot com and see how affordable renter's insurance can be.