35 Burst results for "American Medical Association"

Mixed Texas ruling allows trans youth parent investigations

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | Last month

Mixed Texas ruling allows trans youth parent investigations

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Callers React to Hospital Denying Heart Transplant to Man Who Refuses to Get COVID-19 Vaccine

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:51 sec | 5 months ago

Callers React to Hospital Denying Heart Transplant to Man Who Refuses to Get COVID-19 Vaccine

"Welcome to socialized medicine, Mike. That's what they do. You get what we give you and that's too bad. I would be suing them so bad. I would phone the medical profession. My family would be very well off. I think a household rather see him vaccinated, have COVID. And then die, so they can get money. That's how thick our medical association has become these days. And all the stuff with platinum on the respirators and all that, that kills them anyways. God bless the soul. Last year I had a kidney transplant and they made me get the vaccine before they would give me a kidney. Made me skating without it. Thanks. God bless.

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'The Diversity Delusion' Author Heather Mac Donald on Young Americans' Move to the Left

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:56 min | 5 months ago

'The Diversity Delusion' Author Heather Mac Donald on Young Americans' Move to the Left

"So Heather, I want to ask you about the study from axios that I'd love to get your commentary on it. The essence is that it shows that young people are going far to the left and they're not basically staying. And they're not conservative as conservatives prior generations. What would you attribute this to? You talk about this a lot in the diversity delusion. You talk about the several dynamics that come into play. How would you explain this? Well, it's a combination of overt ideology and prosperity. Decades decades, decades in America of stable society, limited government, extraordinary conquest of poverty, want disease, premature death, and young people have absolutely no idea what the west has accomplished to make their lives so, so cushy and so opportunity filled, but then of course that's the background and the more overt politicization is coming from the elite classes in the education establishment. And that are dedicated to tearing down the west that are filled with anti white hatred. They hate a civilization being too white and male. And they're very few competing voices. The establishment, you know, in the 50s, the establishment used to be viewed as conservative. And indeed, it often was the American bar association, the American medical association. These institutions were regarded as guardians of traditional bourgeois norms, respect for property, respect for the rule of law. And now they are almost indistinguishable from Brown university or Yale University or Harvard in their dedication to this phony ideology that says the white white supremacy and white racism is the defining characteristic of American

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Dr. Peter McCullough on Injecting Politics Into Prescriptions

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:39 min | 5 months ago

Dr. Peter McCullough on Injecting Politics Into Prescriptions

"About why people died. I am infuriated. When I hear colleagues of mine, especially in California, who have doctors who have prescribed for them, Ivermectin or hydroxide, I took hydroxy, my doctor prescribed for me when I caught the COVID and they have to go to multiple one colleague had to go to 7 pharmacists before they were prepared to actually give him the legal prescription he had from his doctor. What is the potential argument against Therapeutics? Because it is my contention and please, please tell me if I'm wrong that perhaps tens of thousands of people died because COVID was not treated early enough with Therapeutics. It developed into a secondary inflammation, especially in the lower lung, and then once they were put on respirators, that was it. It was a matter of time before they died. So can you talk to us about injecting politics into prescriptions and why this war against Therapeutics? You know, we've gone through two presidential administrations to surgeon generals two tasks for us. Do you know not a single official has given a full throated endorsement of doctors doing everything they can with Therapeutics as an outpatient to help patients prevent hospitalization and death doctors have not received any support whatsoever from the governmental agencies in fact they've received headwinds. There's been statements the FDA has said, do not use hydroxychloroquine in that was last year. Now in 2021, the American medical association launched a campaign to abolish the use of Ivermectin. Now, why would the American medical association which doesn't make treatment recommendations with physicians political action committee, why would the AMA actually wage war against Ivermectin? We have over 300 supportive studies of hydroxychloroquine over 60 with Ivermectin. Ivermectin now looks like it's actually quite useful because Ivermectin is stare at a care in Mexico across the South America across India and in Japan and it's these are benign and safe medications. I think our agencies have done a great disservice by putting a chill on using drugs and combination early use of drugs appropriately clinically indicated off label use of drugs, which the FDA tells doctors, we use drugs off label when there's an unmet need and is clear COVID-19 is an unmet need.

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Who is Dr. Jeff Barke?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:01 min | 9 months ago

Who is Dr. Jeff Barke?

"Talk about the truth. Let's talk about science with one of the few doctors who's out there telling the truth about what we need to know about. Covert therapeutics boston. Vaccines welcome to america. First one on one. It's dr jeffrey balki. Board thirty five primary care physician. Welcome dr to one on one so great to be with you. Thanks so much for having me on. Well we had you on the radio show a week ago. It was super. It was too short. So we've already invited you back for a one on one discussion for those who missed the interview on the radio show and who haven't heard of you before. Just by way of introduction. Who are you what do you do. And what is our ex liberty our expert liberty is my website sev- where people can go and learn more about me. I've got a newsletter that i put out every couple of weeks naked subscribed it out by the way i recently started. A podcast. informed dissent the intersection of healthcare in politics and that can be found at in armed descent media dot com. I'm a primary care physician board-certified. I've been in private practice for over twenty five years i've served as an assistant professor at uc irvine. I've also served as a board member at the orange county medical association and in my spare time. I work as a tactical physician role local law enforcement agency emily last year. I started a charter school. A hillsdale affiliated republic charter school in the city of orange here in southern california but my day job is treating patients that i've treated literally hundreds and hundreds of cova patients successfully by instituting early treatment with many of our repurpose medications. That were really well. You can get visions early

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U.S. Surgeon General Explains Biden's Latest COVID Response

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 10 months ago

U.S. Surgeon General Explains Biden's Latest COVID Response

"The debate over the Biden administration's covert nineteen vaccine mandate continues US Surgeon General Dr Vic mercy on NBC's meet the press explained that the president needed to move to the next phase of the culprit nineteen response due to the spreading delta variant that involves focusing not just on expanding the vaccination efforts through a combination that mandates and access but it also involves focusing on increasing our testing capacity shoring up our healthcare systems which are really struggling any added many businesses welcome the mandate the business roundtable I have said that this is the right move the American medical association certainly and outside I said this is the right move many Republican governors are spoken about lawsuits after the sweeping new vaccine requirements were announced actually after

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Why Is the Media Attacking a Safe, Effective Drug?

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:16 min | 10 months ago

Why Is the Media Attacking a Safe, Effective Drug?

"Ivermectin works. You're being lied to by corrupt medical profession. it is. I never thought i'd say this is as corrupt as the teachers unions. There was no difference between the american medical association the cbc the nih and the teachers unions. They're left wing activist groups. They have no commitment to what they claim to have. Commitment to there are some wonderful teachers. There are some wonderful people at all. Cdc and nih. it's corrupt it's been corrupted by big pharma. They want you to take the vaccine. Because if you can get healthy by taking a cheap pill like ivermectin or hydroxy chloroquine and zinc. They don't want you to do so. They wanna make billions by pushing and shoving the vaccine down americans throats. That's the reason for the war against ivermectin in india. They used it and listen to the story. Okay just listen to it that this is a A doctor writing from the desert review dot com republished in zero hedge. There's a black on any conversation. About how ivermectin beat cova nineteen in india when i discussed the dire straits that india found itself in in earlier this year with four hundred fourteen thousand cases per day and over four thousand deaths per day and how that evaporated within five weeks of the addition of ivermectin often asked. Why is there no mention of that in the news. Yes exactly ask yourself why. India success against the delta variant with ivermectin is such a closely guarded secret by the nih and cdc. Second ask yourself. Why no major media outlets reported this fact but instead try to confuse you with false information by saying the deaths in india are ten times greater than official reports perhaps. Npr's trying so hard because npr's essentially government mouthpiece the us government is all in with vaccines with enthusiasm. A seventeenth century catholic. Church all in with a jia centric metal of the geo centric model of the universe disputing galileo

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Study: Nursing Home Deaths in 2020 Much Higher

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 10 months ago

Study: Nursing Home Deaths in 2020 Much Higher

"Nursing home deaths were much higher in twenty twenty official numbers from the CDC or missing about twelve percent of covert cases among nursing home residents and fourteen percent of deaths that's according to new estimates published in the journal of the American medical association network open by a Harvard researcher and her team it translates to thousands of missing data points suggesting more than one hundred and eighteen thousand nursing home residents died of covert nineteen last year the researchers attributed the data holes to the federal centers for Medicare and Medicaid services not asking nursing homes to report cases and deaths until may twenty twenty actually after

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American Medical Association Won't Get Involved With Abortions but Does With Ivermectin

The Dan Bongino Show

01:59 min | 10 months ago

American Medical Association Won't Get Involved With Abortions but Does With Ivermectin

"So when it comes to abortion and advocating for abortion, The Amma says, Hey, nothing should get between a doctor and a patient even though when that doctor could prescribe an abortion is going to describe the procedure, potentially or do one. That would terminate a human life. The AMA's says, Don't you dare get between that doctor and the patient even though a life will be lost. Don't chew Dare. But then when it comes to a doctor who prescribes ivermectin because that doctor obviously believes it helps. I'm not that doctor I haven't taken I've ever met him. I haven't had covid 19 yet. I may get it. The left to wish me dead when I do. I'm sure Mark the date Jim 12 40 time. Check Friday, September 3rd Mark the date. The left will wish Dan Bongino dead. If I get covid. I'm sure of it. I don't worry. We're ready for it. My prepared my family. They're ready for the mean tweets. We hope you die sooner. That's okay. I'm used to it. But when it comes to the doctor patient relationship where doctor thinks I've ever met and can help a patient, the aim is like now you've that's a bridge too far. Whacking kids in the womb worked off. Don't worry. Don't get between that. Prescribing an anti parasitic you think could help for covid. If you're a doctor, I assume that's why you would prescribe it. I'm not a doctor. Why else would you prescribe it? Right? But I assume you've read the research and you think it could possibly help? That is definitely a bridge too far. We can't do any of that stuff. If that makes sense to you. Yes. I'm sorry to inform you. You have no principles. You may say you have principles. You may tell your kids you have principles, but you're in fact lying. You don't have principles. But you have a political aspirations and you alter your principles based on how you can acquire, maintain and project power. That is all your doing. Stop pretending! Stop lying to yourself. It's not okay. You're lying to you and everyone, right? You don't have any principles. The principles of fake they're made up.

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American Medical Association Promotes Patient-Provider Relationship Except When It Comes to Ivermectin

The Dan Bongino Show

01:42 min | 10 months ago

American Medical Association Promotes Patient-Provider Relationship Except When It Comes to Ivermectin

"Here's the first headline American Medical Association slams the Texas abortion law as a blight on the patient provider relationship. American Medical Association, said it was disturbed by how the Texas law impedes an open and honest patient provider relationship. Okay, so hold on. We're just taking notes here. So the American Medical Association objects to that heartbeat Bill in Texas, which will save human lives, ironically, to the medical association. That's kind of bizarre, but for a minute, we'll just play along with him. So, the American Medical Association says, Don't you dare get involved in abortion law because it will get between the patient and the doctor, The patient and the doctor. All that matters. We need an open and honest Patient patient provider relationship. So we're gonna do a principal check here, right? So principles, check. Just checking with the audience. The Amma says here are our principles, the patient doctor relationship that primacy of that matters. Nothing should get between an honest their words honest and open their words to patient provider relationship. That's their principles. Correct. That's what they said, which is kind of odd, because when it comes to prescribing Ivor Mactan, a drug for some really bizarre, infantile reason leftists in America start foaming at the mouth about when you bring up. It's an anti parasitic FDA approved drug for the treatment of parasites. It's not approved by the FDA for treatment of Covid, but some doctors have prescribed it again. Those are facts I know left this don't like facts, but they are facts, right? So they just told us because of the abortion law. You shouldn't get between the doctor and the patient, which is really strange because here in this other release here, the same American Medical Association strongly opposes. The ordering, prescribing or dispensing of ivermectin to prevent or treat covid 19 outside of a clinical trial.

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Joe Rogan Says He Tested Positive for Covid-19

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

01:37 min | 10 months ago

Joe Rogan Says He Tested Positive for Covid-19

"The broadcaster. Who has downplayed code. Vaccine's says that he has tested positive for covert and he's taking a litany of Things to of treatments including ivermectin. Which is the horse de. Wermer what we know about this. Yeah so i'm going to start by saying that. Fda has said that there is no. There is no approval for use of average or quebec nineteen. And there's no scientific evidence that ivermectin works unfortunately today no clinical trials of show that works for It is a disease that by the way is used for parasitic infections in humans as well but it's nowhere near the amount of evidence that we can use it in practice. Having said that right there is a need for. I think you know there is a need for oral medications antivirals and that's why the hhs has actually invested three billion dollars in developing these oral easily available. Antivirals could be used. But in the interim you know we've seen the statement from the fda. The american medical association actually associate actually came out and said the same thing today as guidance to physicians who might be prescribing visitors. All number Who maybe you know succumbing to pressure or or misinformation that there is no evidence and and we've seen already seen cases of toxicity and hospitalizations of people trying to take veterinarian medication level medications to try to take of nineteen. What's easier and proven to be effective is taking the vaccine that protects you reduces the infection and it's free it's cheapest available it's free and despite the misinformation out there experimental. It's actually an approved vaccine. That's been tested and continues to be tested on a daily

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Rapid Virus Spread Through Indonesia Taxes Health Workers

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 11 months ago

Rapid Virus Spread Through Indonesia Taxes Health Workers

"The coronavirus is rapidly spreading through Indonesia's health workers as the age of region grapples with a new coronavirus wave fueled by the delta variant Indonesia's death rate hit a seven day rolling average of six point five per million on August one second only to me animal and far higher than India's peak rate of just over three but it hits in may during the worst of its outbreak among the dead in Indonesia I'm more than twelve hundred healthcare workers including eighty six hundred doctors according to the risk mitigation team the Indonesian medical association the doctors included at least twenty four who were fully vaccinated I'm Charles de Ledesma

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Dozens of Medical Groups Call for Vaccine Mandates for Health Workers

Red Eye Radio

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Dozens of Medical Groups Call for Vaccine Mandates for Health Workers

"Including the National Medical Association and the American Academy of Pediatrics, are calling for Covid 19 vaccines to be mandatory for health care and long term care workers. The letter states. A covid vaccine mandate is good for the workers' health and protects their patients. The Department of

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Department of Veterans Affairs Requiring All Medical Staff to Get Vaccinated

Buck Sexton

00:14 sec | 1 year ago

Department of Veterans Affairs Requiring All Medical Staff to Get Vaccinated

"Medical and healthcare organizations have issued a call through the American Medical Association for Healthcare Facilities. Require workers to get vaccinated Just months after the announcement of a total troop drawn down in Afghanistan. The commander in chief makes a

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Health Care Challenges for Transgender Youth

61 Minutes

02:00 min | 1 year ago

Health Care Challenges for Transgender Youth

"Doctors from treating transgender youth with puberty, blockers, testosterone arrest region and surgery to assist their transitions. As part of a new culture war. Similar bills have been introduced and at least 20 other states. In some cases, doctors could go to jail. Many physicians and therapists are appalled. Like Erica Anderson Ah, highly respected gender psychologist at the University of California, San Francisco, who's transgender herself. It's a very ominous development. It's a bad sign. Have you ever seen anything like that before in your lifetime? No. No. And it zero overreach on the part of such legislatures. Clearly, they are demonstrating their ignorance. And prejudice. At least six major medical associations have weighed in against these bills, including the American Academy of Pediatrics, of which Dr Lee Savio Beers is the president. I'm going to read you something that was said in support of this law in Arkansas, One of the Republican senators said gender affirming treatments are quote at best experimental and at worst, a serious threat to a child's welfare. These air, not experimental treatments there, really based in scientific literature. They're based in decades and decades of expert experience, and they're backed by a number of major medical organizations to let's say there was a young Person and they're on hormones under the lawn, Arkansas. A doctor has to take those hormones away. Yes, And if the doctor decides to move forward, they face significant penalty. Is there any medical rationale for this legislation in your opinions? No. There is not The field of transgender health care has

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Washington State Seeing a 4th Wave of COVID-19 Hospitalizations

Rush Limbaugh

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Washington State Seeing a 4th Wave of COVID-19 Hospitalizations

"On the road Go to reopening in Washington state re openings are on hold. Overall covert cases are beginning to level off and might even be beginning to drop again. The doctor Nathan slicker with the Washington medical associations is the state is not in the clear we are seeing, you know, hospitalizations getting pretty high again. Washington is one of 12 states. The CDC says her still seeing high rates of community transmission people need to still be respectful Following the rules like Stone 80 Seenu, you're listen. Thing to

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New Study Says Moderna Vaccine Leads to More Side Effects

Dan Carroll

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

New Study Says Moderna Vaccine Leads to More Side Effects

"A new study suggests people who get the maternal cove in 19 vaccine or more likely to experience side effects versus those who get the pies your shots. Data from the CDC, published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, says the reactions were mostly benign and include injection site pain, fatigue, itching and headaches. After the first shot, 74% of survey respondents said they experience side effects with the maternity shot. First. The 65%, who experienced side effects with the Fizer shot the condition of side effects after the second dose increases slightly for both defies her image or no vaccines.

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New rules offer patient access to electronic health records

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

01:44 min | 1 year ago

New rules offer patient access to electronic health records

"A new federal rule takes effect today giving patients more access to their medical records for free many health records are already available electronically but it can be a hassle to get them. The new rule also changes. What kinds of information. Patients can request marketplace's. Kimberly adams has more. The rule makes it illegal for healthcare providers to engage in what's called information blocking with fines of up to a million dollars if they make it too hard for patients to get their records. Liz saw me as a senior strategist for the group open notes which advocates for transparency in medical records. She says if it weren't for the pandemic this concept of full transparency to everything on the record the notes the labs halogen boards would be the biggest story in healthcare. As of today patients should start being to access all of that information and share it with healthcare providers schools and workplaces even third party smartphone apps. Dr rachel stirrup is the health lead at the future of privacy forum and says once you get your records you the patient have control over where your health information goes then. It pretty much becomes a wild west because not all those apps or schools or even companies face the same privacy rules as traditional medical providers. Also right now. Many of those providers aren't ready to roll out all the changes. Dr jesse aaron failed is with the american medical association. There's a lot of confusion the legal requirements or complex and interfaces with Third parties data use agreements. Not the kind of stuff. They normally cover in med school

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"american medical association" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"american medical association" Discussed on WTOP

"Or your home for original reporting. I'm Allison Keys in Washington. The man many consider to be the coolest of James Bond's Sir Sean Connery has died at the age of 90 as the first James Bond to make it to the screen. Sean Connery set the standard for Her Majesty's double 07 from his savoir faire. Um I properly dressed for the occasion to his lover's Behave yourself, Mr Bond in seven movies from 1960 two's Dr No To never say never again in 1983 Connery gallivanting around exotic locales battling evil doers. Which lunatic asylum did they get You? Connery, eventually tired of playing the secret agent. But with more than two dozen bond movies, he started a franchise that keeps audiences wanting more. Vicki Barker. CBS NEWS There's controversy on the campaign trail over what the American Medical Association says is a baseless claim by President Trump. The doctors are making money off of the Corona virus. Are doctors get more money? If somebody does from that's too It's like $2000 more Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden snapped back over the false clean President. United States accuses medical profession's making up covert death so they make more money. Doctors, nurses go to work every day to save lives. They do their jobs. Donald Trump started stop attacking them and do his job and internal CDC document says call that 19 is on the rise in 49 States, CBS Adriana Diaz with the latest. The Midwest is still the nation's epicentre for now, due in part to covert fatigue and covert deniers, says Minnesota epidemiologist Michael Oh, stur home up to a third of the population believes this pandemic is a hoax. And they believe that will end next Wednesday. No public health messaging is having an impact on that population. In Wisconsin, the CDC found that a sleepaway camp was a super spreader event this summer, with one positive case leading to 116 infections, and South Dakota is battling a positivity rate of an astonishing 46% meeting. Nearly half of tests are coming back positive. An American citizen's been rescued. Seal Team six has rescued an American citizen being held hostage by a criminal gang in northern Nigeria. Philip Walton was living in a small village in the neighboring country of When he was kidnapped earlier this week and taken across the border into northern Nigeria, where the gang apparently intended to hold him as hostage for a ransom. That is CBS's David Martin. And this CBS News Never miss a moment Top news from W T O p 24 73 65 Listen on air on Alexa and on the W T O P s. It.

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"american medical association" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"american medical association" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"The American Medical Association shows a new blood contest to diagnosed Alzheimer's disease, Kim Rube tells The results were also unveiled Tuesday at the Alzheimer's Association International conference where Dr Rebecca it'll. Mayer calls the findings a real breakthrough in Alzheimer's research. More excitement now than ever before that we're able to look at some of the hallmark. Of the brain changes in the blood on but they may be diagnostic value and potentially could be predictive. In fact, she says, the study suggests this blood test can diagnose the disease some 20 years before symptoms begin. As much research still needed but admire hopes this test will be approved by the FDA. I'm Jim Room pay pal Singh a windfall these days that says it's 86% profit jumped flags. The shift from cash payments and stores company expects the trend to continue my 1,000,000 Francis hiring Khun B. Difficult, But if you're a company that's currently trying to hire you face new difficulties Housing wire could relate they needed to hire a reporter to cover the US housing market. So they turned a zipper critter. Zip recruiter. Smart matching technology finds people with the right experience for your job. In fact, four out of five employers who post on zipper critter get a quality candidate within the first day, and that's how housing wire found Alexandra Roa. Alexandra never imagined she could get a reporter job in the midst of Copan, 19 until she created a profile on Super Creative recruiter matched Alexandra Housing wires. Reporter job because she was a great fit for the role housing wire received her application only four hours after they posted a job in a few weeks later, Alexander started her dream career ZIP recruiter helped housing wire find the right person for their role fast. See how zip recruiter can help you hire? Try it now for free at zip recruiter dot com slash.

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"american medical association" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

08:31 min | 2 years ago

"american medical association" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"I think the American Medical Association and back again to June there's about 300 million Doses of vaccines that they're planning to roll out right next year, six months. Whatever it is, if the herd immunity increases to a point where 100 million of us don't need the vaccine, because we have the antibodies in it is in that then 100 million doses they don't have to sell. Correct. In fact, the reason we have Maurin factions is because there's more testing and the reason we have more testing is because the public demands to know if they're positive or negative for covert 19. But that doesn't translate to more hospitalizations because the new group of individuals getting infected are between the ages of 18 and 45. And virtually no one dies in that category. So when you get infected, developed antibodies that means you develop herd immunity, in which case you can't pass it on to somebody else. And that's how the this isn't the first rodeo with a virus. We've had hundreds of virus is it happens all the time. Right, So that's that's my point is that if if if we're actually healing ourselves right, because of time because of the way things are working out the folks that are probably still going to get it for the majority of their own out of those that are compromised, and we should still try to protect those, But honestly, if if if they're putting us out of pouches putting this out But to wear a mask and stuff. It seems like it's slowing down that herd immunity so that the need for vaccinations will be there more in six months, then it just kind of played out the way it's been playing out recently. Based on those numbers you guys have been. I mean, Tio with these numbers, I don't know about California, Arizona and New York. Miami Day. These numbers given to us by the Ohio Hospital Association clearly indicate that as of today, there's not a crisis going on with covert 19 when you have 34,000 available hospital beds in Ohio. 849 out of 34,000 are occupied by covert 19 patients when you have 3.5 1000 ICU beds and its 289 occupied by covert 19 And that is not a crisis. In fact, it looks like it's under control. The original premise was, Let's flatten the curve. It's coming. Let's make sure we have enough hospital beds. In order to treat those that are sick. The answer is we won We have enough hospital beds. In fact, most hospitals have laid off personnel because they quit diagnostics, and they quit testing and and quite elective surgeries. But But isn't it fair to say that we won that we've way flatten the curve. We got plenty of hospital beds in the tri state in that fair to say. Agreed. Yeah, and I think right now the problem is once again, But the more we heal, the better we get the less vaccines that have to sell and the other things got. We don't know the course of this In 10 2030 years. Measles come back. Someone may have polio when they're younger. When they get older, something comes back. I get shots every now and then for pneumonia. It's my good. I don't know what I don't know what the future holds. I mean, I know, I know. I know. Right now. We don't have a hospital medical crisis. And the Tri state were acting as if we do, but the numbers are not there. Once again. There's about 12 million Ohioans, 10% of 12 million is 1.2 million. 1% of 12 million is 120,001 10th of 1% of Ohioans is 12,100 of 1%. Of Ohioans is 1200. We've had about 1000 deaths in Ohio and the general population, So we have a problem which effects 1/100 of 1% of Ohioans. Is it time to shut down the state? No, I don't think so. But if you're one of those of there's 3000 total deaths, two of the 3000 are in nursing homes. That means you're down about 1000 Ohioans and the general population, which is less than 1/100 of 1%. After eight months. This thing came here in November. Now we're into July spent about eight months now. The infection rate is going up, but the hospitalization is not And the fatalities are not. And so that tells me that May I use the term? The right kind of people are getting infected that are the young that produced antibodies so that we reach herd immunity in which case can't be passed on. And it's not as if a 14 year old boy or girl going going to a Mason is suddenly going to be infected when otherwise there wouldn't be because up to this point, these kids aren't living under their beds. They're doing things their meeting with other kids playing basketball. They're playing soccer families going vacation. They come back. The kids interact with each other. And that's happening right now. With all that, having been said not one school child between the age of six and 25 years old, has died. The state of Ohio then that tell you they're not at risk. Two million of them two million. And the answer is zero. But then what do you say to Kate in Middletown and Earl? I'm sorry. Kate was in Anderson and Earl That's saying we got to do this. We gotta wear masks. It's a principle. I mean, I understand that that's a dominant feeling in our society, which is why the restaurants are empty. Which is why people aren't I have friends of mine that haven't left their house basically since March, they're afraid to go outside. And I don't know how. How do we get out of this cycle? I'll leave it on you, Scott, How do we get out of this? I'll leave it on your bill. May I give the facts and because I'm in the category? What I'm doing is I wear a mask. I wash my hands. I got alcohol in the car. And I avoid people. And But there's other other guarantees. If I do that, does that mean I'm not going to get hard problems came throughout pancreatic cancer. I'm not going to get some serve infection. I don't know All I do. All I do is lessen the risk and see what happens. I do I do the same thing I did. I even do that right now. I've been wearing my mask. When I'm out in public, Sure, Continue doing that. There's no reason not to. But I'm just saying with some of the things that are coming out, it certainly feels like we're getting geared up to go back to more of a stay at home than to go out and live. And that seems like that's been changing over the last few weeks, and I just wish the numbers Would substantiate that type of alert. If somehow Scott, we had thousands dying, the hospital's overrun, you know? You got to do whatever you can do. But I look at these numbers from yellow to orange to red to purple and one other number from Ohio Health Association. Hi, I'm sorry. The from from the government. Ohio Health Department. There have been fewer Americans living in Ohio that have died in the 1st 4 months of this year, then and the last 1st 4 months of the last three years each year, So there are fewer people dying in Ohio. Now, with the pandemic going on, then, in a typical year The number is 43,851 have died January through April, the 30th of 2020 and as a 2018. There was 43,958. More people died two years ago from all causes, then died from then And then this year when a pandemic you would think more people would die, right? Absolutely, and you think the hospital's be overrun right? Absolutely neither one is happening. No cutting him 700 W out of you..

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05:08 min | 2 years ago

"american medical association" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"News that the American medical association of listen to this that item in D. deficiency may be the root of numerous health problems that the American medical association news you know it's just truly amazing the reason that it's involved in prostate health breast health bone health cognition blood pressure health immune health all these different things is because vitamin D. pad if not a vitamin it is truly the one vitamin you cannot get from a good diet because it's not a vitamin it's made in the skin upon exposure to sunlight and what's a virtually made is the spheroid hormone during hormone activated vitamin D. is a steroid hormone and the way they work that is there is the key there are key to your genetic code and from their appointments are key to only a few genes but hi Mindy is the key to two thousand gene that is it unlocked two thousand gene if the key that two thousand that's one tenth the your genome but one one tenth of your genome is waiting for the key to unlock it and the only thing that can unlock it is vitamin D. that's why it's involved in so many different health conditions your body knows what it needs it just needs the key to unlock the right G. now dot do you say we need five thousand I use per day now here's here's the problem I went through the the health food store the other day and I'm looking at most multi vitamins and I'm even looking at vitamin D. sold separately you know as a supplement itself most of them have two hundred four hundred I use I saw a couple brands they had a thousand nobody even comes close to what purities offered here I want you to talk about why we need five thousand per day and there's really only three ways to get it I can either go out in the the noontime sun which really isn't practical for a lot of us and there's you know these the skin concerns that you talked about before I go to a tanning bed again not an optimal choice or I can supplement the right way with purity products why the importance of this five thousand number wise that the magic bullet yeah because of a single fact and effect change my life seven years ago when I was researching vitamin D. I came across a number of studies that showed that if you put on your bathing suit and go outside in the summertime in fun bay for about twenty minutes ten minutes on each side you make between ten thousand and twenty thousand units of vitamin D. in twenty minutes now that's incredible I thought about that and I thought about that why would nature devise a system that made that much vitamin D. that quickly and if you look at levels of people like lifeguards are roofers their partners or something their levels are fifty or sixty or seventy so that's the natural level and studies very clearly show if you want your level to be ideal your blood level to the fifty sixty you have to take five thousand units a day two thousand units a day will get your blood level up to maybe thirty two but five thousand units today will get your blood level up to fifty and if you take less than that you'll get some benefit the vitamin D. but you will not get the full benefit how do I know if I'm vitamin D. deficient I mean other than there is a blood test right right there is a blood test and locally more and more doctors are ordering the test the problem with getting a blood test the first you have to get your doctor to agree to it and then your doctor has to know something about vitamin D. and many of them are really too busy to read the current research right and you have to go and have the blood tests done and then you have to go back and have the doctor interpreted and you hope that by the way the doctor ordered the right test there is there any easier way other symptoms I could look for that would tell me Pat you're probably I'm not a lifeguard so chances are it and I'm not a not a roofer so probably going to be vitamin D. deficient other symptoms I can look for yep not having enough energy is a common one aches and pains that doctors can't diagnose is another one interest only and another is your musculoskeletal system L. kind of ready you feel even your performance on the athletic field we'll talk about that later I have a paper coming out in about a week talking about vitamin D.'s effect on athletic performance how sharp you feel mentally whether whether sometimes you're in the market seems like you're just not thinking straight vitamin D. is crucial for brain health those are the most common symptoms but it's important understand that most people who are vitamin D. deficient won't have any way of knowing it because they've been deficient for so long they think the way they feel in the way they think and move is normal now so it can't go buy them that's what you've written if vitamin D. deficiency is probably the single most overlooked problem we face when it comes to to our health how can you see something that's wrong I mean what it what's the scope of the problem here in the U. S. well more more studies are showing virtually everybody is vitamin D. deficient course that all depends upon how you define I mean if you define vitamin D. deficiency is anybody less than thirty then about half of Americans are vitamin D. deficient but but many people many scientists now thinking that ideal level is forty and many of us now think they actually the ideal level is closer to fifty and if you use the cut off of fifty than ninety seven percent of Americans are vitamin D..

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"american medical association" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

08:18 min | 2 years ago

"american medical association" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"News that American medical association of listen to this that item in D. deficiency may be the root of numerous health problems that the American medical association New no it's just truly amazing the reason that it's involved in prostate health breast health bone health cognition blood pressure health immune health all these different things is because item in D. pad if not a vitamin it is truly the one vitamin you cannot get from a good diet because it's not a vitamin it made in the in upon exposure to sunlight and what eventually made it safe zero eight hormone theory hormone activated vitamin D. is a steroid hormone and the way they work that is there the key there are key to your genetic code and from their appointments are key to only a few genes but highs Mindy is the key to two thousand gene edit it unlocks two thousand gene if the key that two thousand that's one tenth the your keynote but one one tenth of your genome is waiting for the key to unlock it and the only thing that can unlock it is vitamin D. that's why it didn't fall in so many different health conditions your body knows what it needs it just needs the key to unlock the right G. now dot do you say we need five thousand I use per day now here's here's the problem I went through the the health food store the other day and I'm looking at most multi vitamins and I'm even looking at vitamin D. sold separately you know as a supplement itself most of them have two hundred four hundred I use I saw a couple brands they had a thousand nobody even comes close to what purities offered here I want you to talk about why we need five thousand per day and there's really only three ways to get it I can either go out in the the noontime sun which really isn't practical for a lot of us and there's you know these the skin concerns that you talked about before I go to a tanning bed again not an optimal choice or I can supplement the right way with purity products why the importance of this five thousand number wise that the magic bullet yeah because of a single fact in effect change my life seven years ago when I was researching vitamin D. I came across a number of studies that showed that if you put on your bathing suit and go out sign it in the summertime and fun bay for about twenty minutes ten minutes on each side you make between ten thousand and twenty thousand units of vitamin D. in twenty minutes now that's incredible I thought about that and I thought about that why would nature devise a system that made that much vitamin D. that quickly and if you look at levels of people like lifeguards are roofers or gardeners or something their levels are fifty or sixty or seventy so that's the natural level in studies very clearly show if you want your level to be ideal your blood level to be fifty sixty you have to take five thousand units a day two thousand units the day will get your blood level up to maybe thirty two but five thousand units today will get your blood level up to fifty and if you take less than that you'll get some benefit the vitamin D. but you will not get the full benefit how do I know if I'm vitamin D. deficient I mean other than there is a blood test right right there is a blood and locally more and more doctors are ordering the test the problem with getting a blood test the first you have to get your doctor to agree to it and then your doctor has to know something about vitamin D. and many of them are really too busy to read the current research right and you have to go and have the blood tests done and then you have to go back and have the doctor interpreted and you hope that by the way the doctor ordered the right test there is there any easier way other symptoms I could look for that would tell me Pat you're probably I'm not a lifeguard so chances are it and I'm not a not a roofer so probably going to be vitamin D. deficient other symptoms I can look for yep not having enough energy is a common one aches and pains that doctors can't diagnose is another one interest only and another is your musculoskeletal system L. kind of ready you feel even your performance on the athletic field we'll talk about that later I have a paper coming out in about a week talking about vitamin D. effect on athletic performance how sharp you feel mentally whether whether sometimes you're in the fall in like you're just not thinking straight vitamin D. S. crew chel for brain health those are the most common symptoms but it's important understand that most people who are vitamin D. deficient won't have any way of knowing it because they've been deficient for so long they think the way they feel in the way they think and the move is normal so it can't go but that's not you Britney vitamin D. deficiency is probably the single most overlooked problem we face when it comes to to our health how can you see something that's wrong I mean what it what's the scope of the problem here in the U. S. well more more studies are showing virtually everybody of vitamin D. deficient course it all depends upon how you define I mean if you define vitamin D. deficiency is anybody less than thirty then about half of Americans are vitamin D. deficient but but many people many scientists now thinking the ideal level is forty and many of us now think actually the ideal level is closer to fifty and if you use the cut off the fifty than ninety seven percent of Americans are vitamin D. deficient yeah let me ask you this when when people start supplementing properly supplementing vitamin D. with a product like purity products getting that five thousand I use per day what kind of a difference they gonna notice is it can make them feel better yeah that probably the first thing that they'll notice is in effect on their feelings of well being and moved my well being I just mean that feeling that you know you want to live in a family what's the point of going on from month to month the month where you you know your get up and go is gone and you're you're just don't really feel like doing anything you know you're not excited about anything anymore you your mood level is low and and that's one of the first things that and the clues that we had a sort of interesting the clues we had to move very similar to the clothes we have for heart health we're gonna talk about that later but but the people who live the closer you live to the equator the better your mood listen to this but in the American Journal of geriatric psychiatry they looked at hundreds of people this is what they found they found that people with the lowest vitamin D. levels were a Levantine eleven times more likely to have low mood and then professor Reinhold beat at the university of Toronto actually did an interventional study where he gave about three hundred patients four thousand units of vitamin D. for a year so and what stood out with their feelings of well being improve their feelings of wanting to live life to make you feel a difference when they start to supplement with the proper level it should take about a month yeah all right let me let me get this special offer because I'm watching the clock here purity has put together a fantastic offer you've got the vitamin D. at the recommended dosage the five thousand I use per day you've also ask them to combine it with their make a three fish oils and there's a reason for that I want to explain that the synergy you get they seem to make each other even work better plus you're really excited about the fact that you talk them into a pretty good deal yeah when I approached curious that you know by demanding needs again at this special form of vitamin K. the expensive for vitamin K. two it needs the boron I wanted to beat the patented boron and it needs magnesium in a neat thing and we'll talk about why that's important but then I said it also need visual there to work together synergistically and this is what I want you to do I want you to give away a bottle of molecularly distilled ultrapure fish oil I want you to give it away for free and they kinda laughed and they said okay we'll do it then and they asked me why and I said because in a month most people will feel the difference and they'll come back for more you get a bottle of vitamin D. a month's supply of the complete Formula One you can't buy anywhere else in a month's supply official we got to lose right right what do you have to lose and the reason the purity agreed to do this is because the executives now themselves have been on this and they themselves know that you'll feel so much better after a month that you'll come back for more one thing I like about the purity of their old school they put their money where their mouth is there they do business the way companies used to do business here in this country there's so doggone confident their product they know after you try it for a month you're gonna come back you're gonna become a repeat customer folks the offer we have.

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AP News

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"american medical association" Discussed on AP News

"Of the American medical association is urging political leaders to use science to make their decisions about the new coronavirus and not politics Dr Patrice Harris every city and state that has not yet implemented shelter in place or stay at home restrictions needs to do so immediately she's warning against prematurely easing social distancing measures and prescribing medications without proof they work there are three hundred eighty seven thousand coronavirus cases in the U. S. with nearly thirteen thousand deaths New York City reports that cases there may have plateaued although there was a big spike today fifty four hundred eighty nine new Yorkers have lost their lives to this virus that is up from forty seven fifty eight president trump is thanking pharmaceutical companies for working on preventions and Kobe did nineteen key yours these people are really a tremendous signs of success are staring us right in the face I think we're going to have something that's going to be great in terms of vaccines and in terms of everything else that they're doing the acting secretary of the navy has resigned after he blasted captain Brett crozier for pleading for help for his by restricting crew and fired him president trump was asked well what happens now for closure they're going to just take it under regular navy channels to see what they want to do in California and appeals courts dismissed the criminal case against the Mexican megachurch leader who is facing charges of child rape and human trafficking three workers at a Tennessee truckstop or step to death by the attacker who was then fatally shot by police stocks dipped slightly lower today this is AP news president trump has replaced his press secretary press secretary Stephanie Grisham never actually spoke for the president from the White House briefing room podium she did not hold a single news conference after succeeding the more familiar Sean Spicer and Sarah Sanders saying the president did not want her to Grisham will now become belonging to trump's chief of staff and be replaced by two women trump campaign spokeswoman Kaylee McEntee will be White House press secretary Pentagon spokeswoman Alyssa Farah will take on a strategic communications role for a president who believes he is his best spokesman Sager make ani Washington British prime minister Boris Johnson remains hospitalized in intensive care from Kobe in nineteen in Japan the prime minister's declared a month long state of emergency to prepare against the spread of the virus I'm Jackie Quinn APNews coronavirus update I'm Jackie Quinn with an AP news minute health officials are expressing some optimism social distancing is working and the spread of the new coronavirus is lower than first projected it doesn't mean though the lockdown should be lifted president trump predicts a high death toll ahead this will be very painful week and next week at least part of next week but probably all of it look if one person dies it's a painful week experts are noting a higher fatality rate among black people and urging stronger precautions despite social distancing orders thousands of Wisconsin voters were crammed into long lines at polling stations today taking part in the presidential primary election judges blocked the governor from delaying the vote among the victims of the pandemic a Long Island New York couple married in nineteen seventy seven second marriages for both eighty nine year old Edward Porco in ninety year old Joan powers a conservative and a liberal who found love and died four days apart I'm Jackie Quinn putting all thirty teams in the Phoenix area this season and playing in empty ballparks was among the ideas discussed Monday by Major League Baseball and the Players Association people familiar with the discussion told the Associated Press that the side tell a telephone call to talk about the pats moving forward for a season delayed by the corona virus pandemic the commissioner's office issued a statement noting that while we have discussed the idea of staging games at one location is one potential option we have not settled on that option or developed a detailed plan my grievance thank you for listening to the AP radio network did you know that you can purchase prints of a piece for talking for your personal or small business use every day a piece.

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"american medical association" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"american medical association" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"The journal of the American medical association recently re part of that fiber rich foods can be as effective as drugs in lowering cholesterol that's a Biggie I mean who wants to be on on cholesterol lowering drugs that this study also says fiber is effective in warding off heart disease diabetes and diverticulitis the other study said the same thing but this for CC about diverticulitis which is very painful there's a but here says to get those benefits we need twenty to thirty five grams of fiber a day that's almost three times as much as our average daily fiber intake so so getting twenty percent of what we need every day with just one scoop of so true's organic fermented medicinal mushrooms is really a good benefit yes it is and when we examine so truth medicinal mushrooms we were also impressed by the fact that they're not only organic but also all the things we love non GMO vegan and gluten free and they taste good they actually do taste good they have a citrus flavor and I don't know if any of you ever tasted medicinal mushrooms like Chinese medicinal mushrooms or had anybody make a tea for you but I had one quick step yeah yeah they can be pretty gnarly so this actually really tastes good you know I think our reaction was wow that's not bad you can actually drink in water you don't have to you don't have to bring in another do the same we also like the fact that each serving just one scoop today delivers in addition to twenty percent of the fiber we need a hundred percent of our recommended daily allowance of vitamin C. by the way if you're wondering what medicinal mushroom species SO two uses there should talkie Masaki reishi Turkey tails Cordy seps and a guard because blood cell mmhm yeah that's a mouthful and as we said before the six species have the highest immune supporting properties of any mushrooms well you know how focused everybody is these days in since when Cole had nineteen world about keeping the immune system strong these medicinal mushrooms could could really be a big help and we've been taking other medicinal mushrooms for over a year now yeah and we find that that's part of what keeps us healthy and so we we you know at this time when everyone is so concerned about this virus one of the most important things we can do is to support our immune system and that's why we keep talking to you about all the things that we're doing to support arming system because that is something that we have some control over we do have control over what we do for ourselves and what these medicine mushrooms do it is they enhance the cells in our body that protect us against infection and disease so yeah they're really part of the protection team which is more important than ever and then there's also a big one and that is so choose medicinal mushrooms also help deal with stress yeah contact information we can all deal with that right now I mean I don't I I think everybody's a little stressed out and we're starting to become anxious I mean we're going into our fourth week of of stay at home for those of us that have been doing that for that long it is you know it's it's important that we do everything we can both what we take for our body and what we do for our spirit to just keep us healthy and so I I I'm going to suggest one school per day mixed into eight ounces of water is a really nice thing to do for yourself and have a great sisters tastes so no taste good and help and the other thing we like about so to use medicinal mushrooms is that they are organic non GMO gluten free vegan and fermented for maximum assertion and that fermentation is really important if so what it does is it make sure that your body can get all of the valley all the good stuff out of the medicinal mushrooms and and absorbed into your system so it's just a terrific way to keep your immune system strong it's an easy way to do it and.

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AP News

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"american medical association" Discussed on AP News

"American medical association is calling for an immediate ban on all electronic cigarettes and vaping devices the AMA adopted its position at a policy making meeting in San Diego the AMA cited the surgeon E. cigarette use by teens and the recent outbreak of long illnesses linked to vaping the AMA plans to lobby for laws regulations are legal action to achieve the ban hi Mike Crossey long lost apple varieties are being found by amateur botanists in the Pacific Northwest the Associated Press is the aim of the nonprofit lost apple projects to rediscover apple varieties long thought to be extinct that may still be growing and forgotten orchards of her retirees of found more than a dozen long lost apple varieties so far most of the apples they've found in eastern Washington and northern Idaho were planted by white settlers to move west in the mid to late eighteen hundreds they've taken cuttings they can be cloned and grown once more for future generations Britain's Conservative Party has been accused of trying to deceive voters as they be correspondent Charles de Ledesma reports the party changed the name of its press office Twitter account during a televised election debate between prime minister Boris Johnson and opponent Jeremy Corbin's we rented it to resemble a neutral fact checking account fact check U. K. posted a series of tweets supporting Johnson your in Tuesday's debate elect reverted to the name is C. C. H. Q. press and restored the conservative logo to its profile organizations that seek to combat political misinformation have cried file with the authentic fact checking website full fact saying the move was an attempt to mislead voters well foreign sixty Dominic rob claim both his would not be perturbed by social media cuts and frost Charles in the does not London ABC news a defense department official Laura Cooper has testified the Ukrainian government asked.

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"american medical association" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

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01:32 min | 3 years ago

"american medical association" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"American Medical Association and the Ad Council. Do you want to hear the very best? You're listening to the best segments. Laurie. And Julia did all week on the best show, the best of the week Saturday on mytalk one zero seven one. And you'll series. Okay. Listen to this theory. And tell me if you guys think this is true. This was at the Shelton ham science festival. Oh, I know it very. You guys know about it. And they these two professors said that data or data. However you like to say do how do you say data? Okay data data data is the new oil. That the internet connected smart product means, that our private information has become more easy to get which means it's more valuable to companies because now everything from TV's thermostats, your Alexa, your echo, collects, Facebook, everything, collects, and transmits data about personal behavior..

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The Tech Guy

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"american medical association" Discussed on The Tech Guy

"Journal journal of the American Medical Association. Researchers. Search for apps using the keywords depression. And smoking sensation they're looking for apps that would either be about depression or handle pressure or to stop smoking. They downloaded the apps, and then they used to fisted tools to monitor the kinds of data those apps sent out from their phones. Thirty three of the thirty six apps. They downloaded shared information that could get advertisers or data analytics companies insights into people's digital behavior. A few of them actually shared stuff, like health diary entries. Self reports about substance abuse and linked it to your username as well. Now, we've got a problem. But that's what's happened is these companies have become so addicted to knowing everything they possibly can to building a DASA about every single thing you do both on and off line. That they don't see any boundaries. They don't see any places that they shouldn't collect information. They're collecting information about your mental state. What you're eating. Your substance abuse is kind of stuff that people who are using these apps are assuming is private probably the app even says private, but if you read the privacy agreement very often say we will share information with third parties to make the app better. That's a big one. This. It's for it's for making the app better or making the app owners more money or the app better. And that's a big problem. And so Marie was quite reasonably saying. Well, what can I do chat room suggested a good choice? If you're using I think fire, FOX or or Google Chrome? I think many browsers, but searching your browser for an extension. In the case of Google Chrome web store called privacy badger, their number of companies or mo- mostly nonprofits who've made this is from the electric frontier foundation is a nonprofit I support them every year every month with donation because they do such good work, the EFF created privacy badger to let you know..

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01:38 min | 3 years ago

"american medical association" Discussed on WTVN

"American Medical Association, creating broad outreach and awareness of high blood pressure. All the details at heart dot org and special thanks to iheartmedia news anchor and reporter Jared Allen for conducting the interview Jared is based at NewsRadio six ten WTVN and Columbus you've been listening to community profile. It's our weekly public service presentation, I'm Mike eyelid enjoy the rest of the weekend. And thanks for listening. Your station for news, traffic and weather in central Ohio. Newsradio six ten WTVN. The love. HD two on your radio station. I'm Daria Albinger..

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KQED Radio

03:39 min | 3 years ago

"american medical association" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Pledge Sanders signed was given to all active White House campaigns last week in a firms to the Democratic National Committee chairman that they quote are a democrat are a member of the Democratic Party will accept the democratic nomination. And we'll run and serve as a member of the Democratic Party. The Vermont Senator caucuses with Democrats, but in two thousand eighteen he ran and won reelection to a Senate seat as an independent and has already filed to do. So again in twenty twenty four the acuity and Sanders party ID highlights lingering tensions between Sanders and the DNC. After his bruising primary fight with Hillary Clinton. Jessica Taylor NPR news, Washington. Former New York mayor Michael Bloomberg says he won't run for president. He said he believes he could beat President Trump in the general election, but he's clear eyed about winning the democratic nomination in such a crowded field, Planned Parenthood and the American Medical Association or the latest groups to challenge. New Trump administration rule forbidding organizations that provide or refer patients for abortions from receiving money through the federal titled ten family planning program. NPR's Sarah mccamman has more Planned Parenthood in the American Medical Association argue in a federal lawsuit that the rule is unconstitutional and would violate other federal law by interfering with doctor patient communication, Planned Parenthood officials said the organization won't abide by the rule as written. The Trump administration argues that titled ten funds should be reserved only for groups that have no involvement in abortion or abortion, referrals, Serra mccamman. This is NPR. Ktar news from K Q E news. I'm Alex Helmick. Federal prosecutors say they plan to investigate the Sacramento police killing of Stefan Clark, the US attorney's office for the eastern district of California says it along with the FBI and Justice department, civil rights division, look into whether Clark's federal civil rights were violated that came after California attorney general havi Sarah said he will not prosecute the police officers who shot and killed Clark last year. Clark twenty two year old unarmed black man was fatally shot last March in his grandmother's backyard. Here's Sara at a news conference in Sacramento are investigation has concluded that no criminal charges against the officers involved in the shooting can be sustained demonstrations are expected this afternoon and through the evening at the Sacramento city council meeting crews in sonoma's county have cleared out more than five hundred tons of debris from around the flooded Russian river since Saturday. And they expect to remove even more this week. Fred Stemmler of recall, Aji, sonoma's Moran is cautioning residents. Clearing their properties. Not to just toss out. Hazardous materials with the rest of their trash. He says if things like paint cans oil filters, medications and fluorescent lights aren't disposed of properly. They can cause serious. Environmental harm people are loading up the material into say a pickup truck, and then a canister would be punctured. And then so if it passes any waterway, especially with all the rain that we're having it can go into a storm drain and straight into the river Stemmler says the cleanup from the flooding could take at least another four weeks. I'm Alex Helmick Kikuchi news. Support comes from Stanford healthcare repeal and physicians turn when healthcare matters. Most support for NPR comes from C three C threes. A software suites enables organizations to use artificial intelligence at enterprise scale to sell previously unsolvable business problems. Learn more at C three dot A and the listeners of K Q E D we expected.

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"american medical association" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:39 min | 3 years ago

"american medical association" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"It's a federal program for people sixty five and older and some younger people with disabilities and covers not all of their healthcare costs. But a lot in this era of bitter partisan divisions starting a huge program. Like, this seems impossible. So how did it start? I s Julian Zeller history professor at Princeton and the author most recently of faultlines history of the United States since nineteen seventy four. Basically in the nineteen fifties liberals realized they weren't going to get national health insurance. Harry Truman had tried it in nineteen forty five and nineteen forty nine both times it had gone down to defeat the American Medical Association put on a massive lobbying. Kill the ideas. A liberal said, let's try some indifferent. And instead will just focus on older people people sixty five or over. We'll put it in the social security system, which is popular and they are seen as a deserving population. People felt bad that elderly people didn't have access to healthcare. They couldn't go to the hospital and pay for it. So liberals pushed for the program. John F Kennedy picks it up as one of his main themes in nineteen sixty one in sixty two. But we are now talking about doing. Most of the countries of Europe dig years ago, he really campaigns and lobbies hard. But it gets attacked the American Medical Association calls it socialized medicine. They warn it's going to bankrupt the country bankrupt tax payers Johnson Lyndon Johnson takes over as president wants Kennedy is killed and he pushes for it as well. And by nineteen sixty five everything falls into place, and we get the passage of Medicare, and then all of a sudden health care for the elderly has been transformed was the Bill that ultimately passed a bipartisan Bill, or is this one that was really driven by Democrats and passed by Democrats will initially it was driven by Liberal Democrats. It's primarily northern Democrats. There were some liberal Republicans from the northeast, but many Republicans opposed that they said this was socialized medicine, Barry Goldwater who runs in nineteen sixty four. He's a big opponent of Medicare and Lyndon Johnson when they're running. Against each other in sixty four puts adds to remind voters that Goldwater consistently voted against the Bill Senator Goldwater continent twice almost six thousand miles to vote against the program hospital insurance for older Americans as did many southern Democrats who were the other part of the opposition. But what happens is after the nineteen sixty four election. Democrats have massive majorities in the house and Senate and many Republicans don't wanna look like Barry Goldwater. So by January sixty five Republicans are proposing their own Bill and the final Medicare Bill includes their idea the democratic idea all wrapped up in a big three layer cake as it was called. And what did the public thing about Medicare the public gradually supported it? Once the Bill is in effect. And once the program is it affected becomes a very popular program by the nineteen seventies. And not just popular with one party, many Republican voters. Republican politicians by the seventies are not really focused on dismantling it or anything, and they're happy to have it not only is it by partisan the medical industry. Even though the originally proposed it within ten years, there are delighted to have this because it's bringing people into the healthcare system. So that they originally opposed it you have called it socialized medicine, and the AMA had even recruited people. Like Ronald Reagan who recorded a record that said national healthcare, even Medicare is an opening wedge to socialism in the United States at the moment. The key issue is we do not want socialized medicine. Well, here we are all these years later, and we're still hearing the term socialized medicine to describe democratic plans for Medicare for all system. Does it have the same resonance today as it did in the nineteen forties? Fifties sixties, you would think it's changed. We're no longer in Cold War. So when they call the program socialized. Medicine in the forties, fifties or sixties. It was in the context of his battle with the Soviet Union. A big ideological division that separated the United States from other parts of the world that's all over. But it has been used still it was used against Bill Clinton that was used against President Obama, and it will be used again today. The.

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"american medical association" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:13 min | 3 years ago

"american medical association" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Occurring elsewhere or has occurred. Elsewhere in the recent past inside these immigration detention facilities around the country. That was Garon Burke investigative reporter for the AP we reached out to immigration and customs enforcement about this story. They sent us a comment that included this statement, US, immigration and customs enforcement fully respects, the rights of all people to voice their opinion without interference ice does not retaliate in any way against hunger. Strikers ice explains. The negative health effects of not eating to our detainees for their health and safety is closely monitors the food and water intake of those detainees identified as being on a hunger. Strike we're going to go now to grace mango, senior US researcher with Human Rights Watch her group opposes the practice of force feeding and last year, she visited immigrant detainees on hunger strike in Washington state's north attention center. Grace, welcome to the takeaway. Thank you. Glad to be here. Greasy force-feeding allowed under international law. Can you explain what the rules are here? Force-feeding which has Karan's ascribed involves pushing a feeding tube on pages knows as inherently cruel inhuman and grading medical ethics human rights norms, generally prohibit force meeting of people who are competent who are rational and April to refuse food. And now the consequences the refusing food and a Ken rice a level of torture as defined under the convention against torture. Mentioned medical ethics. I want to go back to something that AP reporter Greensburg told me, according to her force-feeding raises a lot of flags for the for the people tasked with getting detainees to eat. Nonetheless, this still poses real ethical issues for the doctors, and nurses and other medical professionals who work inside these facilities because the American Medical Association, for instance, says force-feeding hunger strikers is unethical. So to grunts point about the ethical questions that doctors, nurses, are are are faced with are. They. Violating the Hippocratic oath to do. No harm. If they carry this out what are their obligations here. Well in medical ethics. It's allowed you know patient is allowed to refuse treatment. And it's a medical professionals duty to inform the patient of the consequences of refusing treatment. But in the same way that someone who has cancer could decide to refuse chemotherapy someone who is rational who is on hunger strike who is competent can refuse the treatment of food. And I I have spoken to one doctor who said and for him it would violate medical ethics to force fees on one. So when a detainee does go on a hunger strike, if this happens, how should medical officials respond, how should ice respond in your opinion? Well, certainly the duty of medical professionals in these specialties to counsel, the people who are hunger strike to make sure that they understand the consequences to SaaS whether they are rational incompetent. But I think what's really important is that days fungus records, I tried to draw attention to really difficult dangerous and often abusive conditions, and it's really important for ice. And doctors to be listening to their concerns to recognize that. There is valid a valid protests going on and and to say that force-feeding is necessary. Is is really just an appalling response to someone asserting their right to protest garage mentioned that this is the first case we know of involving forced feeding an immigration detention, but it was used in Guantanamo against accused terrorist attack knees. And then you also spoke with ice detainees on hunger strike in Washington state last year, and they were threatened with force-feeding is that right? Yes. The man that I spoke to you said that they had been threatened with forcefeeding. They were showing a copy of a court order saying that they were going to be forced and because of this threat they began taking liquid nutrition. Few solid food for some time outdoor. How how effective of threatening the force-feeding? Do you think is is that in this the tension in a detention facility? I mean, does it have is ice doing the right thing by threatening it? And then, you know, maybe the detainees will start to take some food. You know, I mean from a medical ethics perspective. I don't think threatening a patient with restraint with forest the coercion in order to make them consent. The treatment would be appropriate. And I think what was really being lost in the focus simply on a force-feeding is the conditions is a situation of people who are protesting. What is essentially indefinite detention. You know, one thing about immigration detention inside your health until your case concludes. It's an ISIS interest and make you give up to make you say that, you know, you all just stop and be deported. Anyone who process and trying to pursue their case because of policies of dissemination are gonna find it harder and harder to get released. A while their cases are pending. And so in these people are are making an act of desperation in response to a really irrational situation. Greece can you tell me real quick? For I leave you what would you like to see from congress in response to the force feeding that ice confirms is going on. Well, I mean, I I think that the force feeding is a serious problem, and it needs to be stopped. But they're congress has to do his job. In terms of oversight of these centers in the office of inspector general recently, put out a report saying that there were fourteen thousand deficiencies and ISIS own detention standards between October two thousand fifteen and two in two thousand eighteen is only issued to fines during this time. This is an incredibly broken system. Congress should do his job and make sure that conditions are safe, and they should reduce the amount of money that is going to detaining people and this abusive system, thank you grace. Grace Mang is a senior US researcher with.

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"american medical association" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"american medical association" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Doug Jenin, Victoria. The JV program couple of items from the food and Drug administration. They're taking steps to ensure broader access for the opioid overdose. Reversal drug naloxone is not what is it in the lock zone. Nellie. No zone. And. Oxen. Yeah. Commissioner says he agency was streamlined drug labeling in hopes of encouraging more companies to develop an over the counter version of it needs certain consumer-friendly, drug labels. Clearly, explain how to use the drug. That's where it starts. And then drugmakers say that they have a process of creating those labels, but it's tedious. That's why the FDA went ahead and made one for this specific use the fellow runs. The FDA Scott Gottlieb. He says this is the first time he has done something. Like this. The move is part of a wide ranging effort to curb the number of opioid overdose deaths almost seventy thousand last year in our country alone. And lock zone can revive an opioid overdose. Patient who has either stop breathing? Or breathing is really slowed down. Demi Levato is life her assistant. It's feels like a lot of assistance in Hollywood or carrying the stuff around in their bags. So what? Yeah. And all of these opioid overdoses are linked by the way to the marketing from these. No, good drug companies. The marketing has increased the number of times doctors prescribe opioids researches published a study in the journal of the American Medical Association, author of the study said for every three extra payments made to physicians for every one hundred thousand people in the country opioid overdose deaths opioid overdose deaths rose eighteen percent, why had the doctors being brought on the carpet for this right at forty million dollars doctors. Oh, he's what urgent just going to say. A lot of people get the prescriptions from those urgent care places. Forty million. We spent on opioid marketing dollars last year marketing, just to doctors, forty million bucks. You don't think that's a problem? Twenty one after the hour. There's a question with.

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"american medical association" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

Bulletproof Radio

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"american medical association" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

"Well, you know, these are just terminology anti-aging functional medicine feel good medicine. Age management for autumn molecular I mean, these are terms for the same thing really anti-aging sort of like the blanket term, we came up with whether it's integrative functional or whatever really we're trying to intercede utilizing all technology, and in many ways, a more healthful approach not just giving meds. You know as a physician surgeon can give any drug cut you open. But let's try and figure out what's causing the problem in the first place. What how can we intervene to get these people off of the six or eight medications are on? It's just a very unhealthy way. I mean, you know, if you go a little historical perspective the journal the American Medical Association, and I'm sure you the the number one sponsor of Jaama of the journal was cigarettes. Okay. So used to have more doctors prefer camels. I mean, you know, it was like insane. And so and now we have big form. And again, I'm not against USA medications writes script, I'm either they're useful. They're very useful. But if you. You are then downgrading nutritional approaches such as a lot of things that you've developed. There's a lot of very helpful ways to get to where you wanna be without taking your uppers downers inbetween, and before you're all done, your bloody mess when I look back to my twenties. I'd weighed as much as three hundred pounds, and I had arthritis in my nieces I was fourteen and they diagnosed me with high risk of stroke and heart attack prediabetes cognitive dysfunction and chronic fatigue syndrome and fibromyalgia..

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"american medical association" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

04:11 min | 3 years ago

"american medical association" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"So yes, opioids really work for short term pain say post operative pain or if you suffer a severe injury. They were a panacea on the battlefield. If you watch saving private Ryan. You'll see that. Well, a lot of the measures that they undertook for these mortally wounded GI's didn't do much to save their lives. But at least they could administer morphine. But do they offer long term benefits will give certainly think? Well, yeah, they offer some benefits because they reduce pain acutely and over time, they offer some pain relieving benefits. So yeah, they're addictive. But at least they reduced pain. Right. Well, according to a review of nearly one hundred randomized trials published just last week in the journal of the American Medical Association. Opioids offer little chronic pain benefit and their benefits Wayne over time. And that's something that we see we see a lot of folks who are hooked on opioids, and there's still a lot of pain. So they have the downside of the diction without the upside of the pain relief, and they need more and more nave lot of side effects, like vomiting, constipation, and depression and disability. And the risk of overdose. Which is very real. Because once you get into that really high dose threshold, you can stop breathing. And inadvertently kill yourself. More cases, people just have them sitting around and they do themselves in because they're so depressed. So this really points the way towards better ways more holistic ways of dealing with pain, including the revolutionary use of CBD Canepa dial, which I think really his earned a place in pain management. You'll be hearing more and more about CBD in two thousand nineteen. Okay. This study looks at the SAFA GIO cancer. Interesting. Fact Caucasians have a much higher rate of a soft GIO cancer. Than African Americans. So they study to see African Americans have some kind of protective, gene. That reduces their risk of cancer, by the way rates of Asaba GIO cancer. Which is nearly always fatal have increased six hundred percent over the last three decades. And that's in spite of the pervasive use of acid blocking medications. So researchers found that there's a unique mutation that's more prevalent among Caucasians. It's an detoxifying enzyme, which has to do with Gouda Thiam. So for transferase and. African Americans don't have this mutation a lot of Caucasians have this mutation. So they're more prone to oxidative damage. So what they did in a in a rat model? They used a cranberry pro anthocyanins, an extract it animals that were deficient in his protective antioxidant, gene. And they found it reduced levels of DNA damage in the Asaf guy of rats exposed to reflux. So this suggests the potential of cranberry extract for preventing SAFA, Jill. Cancer. Very interesting study this one has to do, you know, we talk about cat scans and pet scans. And there's always interesting stories about how animals can detect cancer just by smelling. You. And so scientists have tried to figure out what it is that the animals are smelling that indicates the presence of cancer. And to some extent, they found it and. You can bet that this is going to be a technology. That's going to be utilized in the future. A Breathalyzer test that.

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