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 Gun violence claiming more lives of American teens, children

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 7 months ago

Gun violence claiming more lives of American teens, children

"Gun violence is been claiming the lives of more American children firearm injuries are really a health disparity issue Dr Lynsey cookies works in the emergency room at St Louis children's hospital it became something as common as things like appendicitis or broken bones experts say idleness from the pandemic easy access to guns and social media disputes that go too far share the blame for a rising number of shootings involving children and teenagers the gun violence archive says shooting deaths among young people are rising with nine hundred ninety one reported in twenty nineteen thirteen hundred and seventy five young lives lost in twenty twenty and this year is on pace to be worse with nearly eleven hundred and eighty young people killed as of this week I'm

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The Mystery Of Hudini

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

06:02 min | 1 year ago

The Mystery Of Hudini

"Welcome to kids myths and mysteries from around the world strange and unexplained people places and events often forgotten by history or loss in the midst of time. I'm kit chrome today. Harry houdini to understand houdini magic. It's important to understand the man born eric. Weiss march twenty four th eighteen. Seventy four in budapest hungary. He moved with his family when he was four years. Old to new york. And eventually migrated appleton wisconsin in his youth. He was a natural athlete and had a fascination with magic and adopted the name. Houdini by adding an eye to the last name of his idol. French magician robert who din although there was a gimmick or special effect too many of his escapes. there were those at pressed him physically to the max one story a story mind. You is that of an underwater handcuff escape. Depending on who you talked to. He was in a box. A straightjacket or manacled hand and foot anyway. The story goes that he was in chicago in winter and had a hole cut in the frozen river that he stepped through not taking into factor that the river flowed under the ice easily escaped his manacles but was swept downriver. Above the shivering crowd eventually dispersed fearing that they had witnessed the drowning of the great magician under the ice. He moved from trapped air bubble bubble eventually finding his way out. There are dozens of versions of his story but whatever the case demonstrates his power of concentration. Above all harry. Houdini was a showman dangling from cranes. Skyscrapers upside down in a straitjacket. He would attrac- upwards of fifty thousand. Onlookers necks craned as they watched the dramatic escape. This would guarantee a pack theater that evening but he was always searching for a new effect. He's responsible for bringing the obscure thread the needle from india to the american stage. This is where he would placed dozens of needles in his mouth along with thread. Poss- drink a glass of water then amazingly extract needles threaded with enough threat to cross the stage later. He performed the same illusion with razor blades. Houdini was much more than a magician however he was a man with an insatiable curiosity and was fascinated with movies made several including one where he was to rescue the ever suffering female from iraq on the brink of niagara falls. She was harnessed to a safety line. Houdini would have none of the safety features offered and was nearly swept over the falls. He got out of the movie business because it didn't make money. He was also fascinated with airplanes and in nineteen ten. Was the first man to fly a plane in australia. Sailing for over three and a half miles. Houdini died at one twenty six. Pm tober thirty first. Nineteen twenty six. He was fifty two years old. He was a man who was driven. You might say by the slogan. The show must go on but also by his own physicality take a look at the old newspaper photos of him in various stages of escape remember. This is long before photoshop notice a developed biceps quadriceps and shoulders however by late forties he suffered from appendicitis attacks and on several occasions had to be helped off stage by age fifty despite more sophisticated special effects his performances required longer periods of recuperation is said that he was backstage reclining from a broken ankle from a previous show won a university student questioned. The magicians boasts of the stomach of oak remember. Houdini was fifty to the student. Delivered a series of blows stopped when. Houdini claimed he was not able to stand to prepare for the strikes. No one knows. If this cost the appendix to rupture hours of the event. Houdini went on to perform with a temperature of a hundred and four. Eventually he entered the hospital where he felt. Recovery was eminent but at the end he was heard to say. I'm tired of fighting. Harry had two loves in his. Life is wife bests and sell you steiner weiss. His mother when she died in nineteen thirteen. He visited select mediums in an attempt to make contact with her from the spirit. World appalled the frauds who claim to be able to make contact. He went on the warpath exposing psychics. Fortune tellers mediums and in the process and raging. The industry is most outspoken. Opponent was the blonde. Which of lime street strange seems her. Spirit guide walter in one thousand nine hundred thousand five said that. Houdini would be dead within a year but houdini had devised a code. That only best would know that if indeed there wasn't afterlife he would contact her using net code. The stories surround this aspect of his life and the code between he and his wife would take ten podcast to explain it to say that he did not connect with best using the code. Each halloween for at least four years after his death she would lie to candle. Hold a seance. She continued the sales which involved a candle said to have burned for ten years. It was a nineteen thirty six ten years after houdini. He's passing that. She handed off the candle. And say on tradition to walter. B gibson friend confidante ghostwriter for. Houdini gibson was also the original author of the shadow mysteries writing under the name maxwell grant late in his life. He passe on tradition to magician. Dorothy dietrich who now burns the candle. Every halloween while conducting a seance seems. Houdini is yet to

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"appendicitis" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Radio

Mayo Clinic Radio

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"appendicitis" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Radio

"The takeaway is you know in the right conditions for the right patient antibiotics are a potential option with the caveat that in about five years. You have a 40% chance of getting appendicitis again, what are the risks of surgery because it kind of makes you wonder why why don't we treat this like wisdom teeth where if we don't need it just get rid of it wage everybody. Yeah. And so typically in this country, we do appendectomies laparoscopically or with small incisions. We make small incisions. We put in kind of long-handled instruments and a camera. The appendix out that way. It's almost I would say ninety percent of the time done that way very rarely. Are we doing open up and ducked Meson a routine patient. Now the study actually did open up and ducked me routinely so it kind of makes the results a little bit tougher to interpret from a surgery perspective. The reason we don't just do surgery on everybody is you know, there are risks with surgery, right? There's risk small risk of bleeding small risk of infection. You can get Scar Tissue on the inside that can lead to challenges down the road. You could injure other organs. You do need a general anesthesia. So an overnight stay in the hospital, so it's not for nothing which is why we don't just take it out. Yep. Already going to if you don't have a clinical indication or you're not having surgery for other reasons, but what we're trying to do and correct me if I'm wrong is find ways to use less antibiotics so that we go build up antibiotic resistance. So that's what I thought was interesting about this. Why would you choose antibiotics when a relatively safe surgery relatively easy finger quotes surgery would avoid that job. The other interesting parts of the study. So as I said, it was a very strict regimen I would say they had three days of IV antibiotics which mandated it that they stick the patients were in hospital for those three days and then they did a week of oral antibiotics, which is a pretty extensive regimen very broad spectrum antibiotics. As you mentioned antibiotic resistance is a real risk and they talked about that kind of in their commentary on their study that this is a risk and in future studies. They should look at naked in the spectrum of antibiotics, but because it's so, you know knew it would be tough for anybody to say. Well, how long would you treat that for and what antibiotics would be the right? So that's why they did such a broad spectrum but there's risk if we treated everybody with that, you know that level of antibiotics that we could be developing antibiotic resistance in their study they found it was relatively better or not really better but less inferior to the surgery because they did a lot of open surgeries. So the cost was lower with antibiotics the time away from work was lower whereas in this country if you have the surgery usually in the hospital Night and go home the next day. You're probably out of work for True 714 days. Maybe at the most you're back to work. So it's it's a pretty limited amount of time. Why when you were we were starting to talk about this survey. Did you say this is was done in Finland only a place where Finland could do something like explain that comment to me can be a tough it can you know, it's a it's really amazing that the study got done cuz you're really proud of being a patient, you know with here's a potential way that this could be treated. We don't know if it will work or not when they did their initial study and we don't know if you're going to have increased complications if we give you antibiotics, right so they didn't know would people get more complicated appendicitis where they all going to rupture where they going to miss cancers. They didn't they just didn't know so often in our in our country getting that approved through our I Arby's that would be a potential Challenge and then getting patients to agree that when they're in the emergency department. They're in a lot of pain and now yep. Tell them well, you could have this kind of, you know, new age thing that may or may not work you can have the surgery that we've done for a long time, and we know that it works. So that was a really impressive part to get that done. They've had really good follow-up. You know, there was like two hundred fifty Seven patients treated with antibiotics and in five years, they followed 256 of them that's amazing to find that many patients for five years and have that information off that's really amazing. So they did a really great job, and they should and the team should be commended on that. They did an amazing job. It's fascinating. We've been talking about treatment for appendicitis with Mayo Clinic trauma and Critical Care Specialists, Erica Loomis. Thanks for joining us. Dr. Loomis. Thank you so much. And that's our program for this week. For more information visit the Mayo Clinic News Network for today's podcast and.

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"appendicitis" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Radio

Mayo Clinic Radio

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"appendicitis" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Radio

"Surgery with Mayo Clinic opthamologist. Dr. Leo McGuire. Thanks for joining us after you're very welcome. If you develop right sided pain in your abdomen, it could be the Telltale sign of appendicitis. Appendicitis is an inflammation of the appendix which is a finger-shaped pouch that projects from your office on the lower right side of your abdomen if you have appendicitis, you probably assume you're headed for surgery and in a lot of pain that's the other thing I always assumed but a recent study in Finland found that treatment with antibiotics can be an option in some cases helping people avoid surgical removal of the appendix known as an appendectomy here to discuss. This is Mayo Clinic trauma and Critical Care Specialists. Dr. Welcome to the program doctor Lewis is great to meet you. Thank you so much happy to be here. Well, the first thing that we noticed that we've learned is that an appendix is not a kidney. Yeah off and I thought was a kidney-shaped thing shaped separate organ. It's connected to the cold and that was the first thing we learned actually hangs right off the right colon. Yep. Yep. It's it's own little entity but is attached to the dog. So why is it that it's even there if you can take it out and it's not a big deal. Why do we even have an appendix? Yeah, it's a really good question. It's a vestigial organ which means you know created years ago when humans were developing. It doesn't serve any purpose these days some think it was some type of additional digestive organ way back when when we had different diets or Lifestyles like that caveman days were talking but today it doesn't do anything for us except potentially get appendicitis. You can also get cancer within their so it's nice to have it removed. We don't remove it unnecessarily. We don't just take them out if you don't need to have the surgery, but if you do need surgery then it's you will notice no difference. Once your appendix is removed. What what can cause problems with your appendix the inflammation? Yeah. So as you kind of described in the opening, it's a finger-like projection that comes off the colon and it has an opening at the mouth of it. If you will that connects it to the colon wage. And that gets obstructed or something goes in there that closes off that opening it can set up a pattern of inflammation and swelling it gains collects fluid in there and then increasing and and you kind of can see it just starts to spiral and you get what's called appendicitis. And so does trauma to the body. I necessarily mean does it make sure you got hit with anything you don't necessarily do anything that causes you to get that it just happens. It's spontaneous or happens at random can affect all ages children to elderly all different backgrounds. If you have hypertension or you don't it doesn't matter anybody can get appendicitis. And what are the warning signs? Yeah. So kind of like you mentioned in the opening right sided pain is classic not everybody has that but most people do a lot of people describe pain that kind of starts around their belly button and then migrates to that right side that's pretty classic for appendicitis. A lot of people have no job. Asia some have a vomiting usually just don't feel very well or malaise we call that some people have a fever and the pain is such that it typically brings them to the emergency department and they need so somebody comes in with these symptoms. Maybe how are you going to diagnose it classically or at this point, you know, we diagnosed with a with a CT scanner a cat-scan. It's probably the best way to diagnose appendicitis. It's certainly known not only way ultrasound is definitely up-and-coming ultrasound can be very technician dependent and radiologist reading dependent so not everybody is a great candidate for that. But we do all trash or we do a cat-scan if it's not just diagnosed soon enough. We'll appendix always burst. Yeah, we used to think that we usually think if you get appendicitis and we don't do something that's definitely going back but that's actually something that came out of this study that not all appendices end up bursting. Yeah. So let's talk about that. Yeah. I never knew that was even an option. Yeah to do antibiotics. So they actually did their initial studies you mention oil. Coming out of Finland probably one of the only places they could do a study like this and their initial study was this is the 5-year update that came out right now. So their initial results came out in 2013 completed in 2013 and published in 2015. And what they found is with some conditions in there for age and the appearance of the appendix and some things like that. They treated like half the patients with antibiotics a very strict regimen of antibiotics and they treated half the patients with surgery and the outcomes they found were looking to see as far the antibiotics no worse than surgery which is kind of a funny way to phrase that but they wanted that's what they were trying to prove initially. They actually didn't prove that they didn't get to that point in the study, but they did find that in general. It seems safe. The patients ended up ultimately needing their appendix out. They didn't have additional complications or other challenges. And now they've looked at those same patients five years later to see who got appendicitis and those five years how many of them Needed surgery and what were the outcomes of those patients and they found about 39 to 40% of patients who were treated with antibiotics upfront ultimately got appendicitis in that five-year. Most of them. Got it in the first year and then needed to go on and have treatment and that treatment in this study was typically surgery so that's that's really what they found I guess to me.

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"appendicitis" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Radio

Mayo Clinic Radio

06:21 min | 1 year ago

"appendicitis" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Radio

"If you suffer from vision problems, like you you're sightedness or farsightedness refractive surgery maybe a treatment option to correct or improve your vision laser eye surgery reshapes the transparent Dome shaped structure in the front of your eye. That's your cornea to correct vision problems. It's known as a refractive errors. The most common of these procedures is known as LASIK surgery and here to help us understand how it's done and who is a candidate is Mayo Clinic opthamologist. Dr. Leo McGuire M program. Dr. McGuire. It's nice to meet you. Nice to meet you. Thanks for having me. How many people are candidates for laser eye surgery. Well, there's about twenty five million people in the United States birth. Have nearsightedness and most of those would be a reasonable candidate but it's also has an expense involved with it. And if you actually look at the number of people that home number one wanted and then have the ability to financial ability to purchase it. It's you know, obviously a smaller number when there's you know hundreds of thousands them dead and in the United States every year what kind of conditions might disqualify somebody from having this surgery who was not a good candidate for this. That's a good question it gets into what we tell people when they first come to visit us. We say overall it has a very high success rate one of the highest patient perceived improvements and quality of life, but that's all qualified in the fact that you select your patience. Well, there's a number of things we look at one of the major drivers as dry. I we know that if you don't have dry before laser correction surgery either Lasik birth PRK you're not that likely to have blond persistent dry eye after but you have to screen while for it and a specific questions for instance. A lot of people who come in for laser refractive surgery do it because third become starting to become uncomfortable with their contact lenses and you have to ask about that cuz a lot of times they're uncomfortable because their eyes are getting dry and they can't float the boat of lens anymore. And that's a person that's also at risk for getting into persistent dry eye problems after you have to look for in complete blank after ask what kind of environment they work in those kind of things like that. We also look at specifics related to the thickness of the office area. And we also look at specifics related to the curvature of the cornea. There's some people that are relatively higher risk if they're outliers from the normal birth. Change when we were doing the intro, we mentioned both nearsightedness and farsightedness are both of those corrected through a later laser eye surgery. Yes, you can you can correct a wider range of nearsightedness and farsightedness. Well as far sighted people are done in their fifties, whereas nearsighted people usually done in their twenties and thirties forties. So how how are these laser procedures performed? How do you actually correct nearsightedness or farsightedness? So let's start with nearsightedness and nearsighted people look far away their focusing system is too strong. So you have to flatten the curvature of the cornea and make it less strong and we aim at the curve post-operative curve that lets you see well twenty feet and out and then the lens inside your I can autofocus from 20 feet in at least until you're forty five and that starts to go away. If you look at the corny and cross section almost all its thickness is collagen same material. That's an attendant. It's just it's transparent. It's designed in a way to be transparent home instead of opaque like a tendon is and so we treat that tendon layer and flatten it for nearsightedness steep in it for 5 or 8 in this to do the correction. You can do that either with LASIK or PRK is a real laser used for laser eye surgery. Yeah it is but it's a different kind of older than people are used to when people think of lasers they think of things that either burn or explode boom. So that's not what happens with this at all. This is not a cold evaporation laser. If you can remember way back into high school biology, we're told that we're carbon-based organisms, and we're also dead. All that the carbon-carbon bonds are so strong. You can't break them. The laser is applied to the surface completely breaks all the carbon carbon brake lines in the first one for thousands of a millimeter of tissue that attaches and that only that's only half the incident energy and the other two thirds are released by month leasing that material from the surface at supersonic speed. So there's nothing left over to cause heat or mechanical damage to the corneal tendon underneath and that's why you can cope that's so exquisitely and also not have to worry about scar damage and thermal damage because they're just designating. Does it last twenty years later? Do you have to it redone? It's very unusual for it to destabilize every time there are some conditions where that's more likely there are people who have a condition called care off. Honest that develops during the teens and the twenties and sometimes if it's start where they begin life of the normal curvature and they develop Distortion every time we do screenings. So which much more or likely to catch that and not do surgery early but some people who have it late can have a distortion overtime and other the other thing that happens is sometimes people who never dated they'll say oh this work great. So I'm forty-five and now I'm starting to have trouble seeing up close. That's a different problem. That's an auto focus problem and everybody if your boss was twenty-twenty Vision starts to have trouble.

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"appendicitis" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"appendicitis" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"It can decrease the body's immune system. And that's why you see increased light, increased incidence of people having colds and other things around some of these kinds of events. And it's because you're immune system doesn't get the crate is impacted by our moved how we're feeling everything is connected. So you will see that's that's a great great question is a very good observation. It does happen. That doctor is nothing simple back to the diet for a second simple things that we can do, like, make steak once a month and eat flax seed every day. That's so that's easy, Boy. That's cake right here right now. I'm not going to eat flax seed. Let me just say Here's what I do. I'll use me as an example. I will take every morning every morning. I do. Take a banana. I take a couple of frozen fruit. I used a handful of baby spinach and I use like coconut milk or soy milk or something like that. Maybe a little bit of aren't juice and I put from one of the five or supplements a tablespoon or so in that blended up. And I drink that every morning. So what've I got? I've got two servings of fruit, and I've even already had a salad because of the baby in the evening and night. We'll have a big salad with donor. We have vegetables and we'll have some type of meat. That's how you do it. That's not that's not hard. Now. It's not too bad. Not is delicious, but I I could learn as long as we're on food. One thing that's baffled me. Talked about people getting colon cancer, younger and younger when we were kids, and we get on that airplane, everybody had peanuts and nobody was sick. Everybody had it in school. Peanut butter here, peanut butter there, and now we have to have peanut allergy nights. People die if they eat peanuts. Where did this come from all the sudden? The people that have talked in position outside of my realm, especially but in talking to the ologists stuff, it seems that there is a decrease in exposure to some of the peanut indigence. So I said, People have not had a chance to build up an immunity to these things, and consequently, when they do get exposed, they have the problem. That's why one of the things that Folks are recommending now is exposed our kids very early subpoena. Where before there was some hesitation to expose these kids is a story about immunology and how your body responds to stimuli in England before they put in the London sewer system. It was almost unheard of to see somebody have appendicitis. But as soon as they put in the sewer system, which now washed away all that sewer, unfortunate Washington to the Thames River, But none of that washed it out of the streets and everything. All of a sudden, the incidents of appendicitis start rising and kids and the reason was When they handle that sewage in the city. The kids were exposed to the bacteria, and they developed A immune response to those bacteria to those bandages. But once they removed it when people got older, and they got exposed to the bacteria later on in life, they had this tremendous inflammatory response and that's when they got appendicitis. So exposure sometimes helps mitigate that, and the whole thing behind vaccines were exposing the body to the androgen so that I bought it imbued an immunity to those things. This is just about the things you hear. That's crazy, and that's crazy. And I still want my poop out of the city, though. Yeah, but thank you. I don't want to walk around with poop in the 53. I think I think I'll take the chance for appendicitis to listen centered centered on health with Baptist health. We're talking to the host of that. That's Dr Wayne Tux, and I listened every Thursday because Quite frankly, it's a great show. It's fascinating, and people have never been Moorhouse conscious doctor than they have been in 2020 Tell us what's coming up on tonight's show If you worked at for Yes, sir. We're going to be talking about mental health stresses, especially in response to the Kobe 19 and all the other things that are going on. How is he got the kind of thing when you were talking about the Depression thing. How are we all responding and you know, there's been an increase and suicides that are taking place. Now People are shut in their homes and not able to speak family members during transition times. Everybody is suffering one way or the other. And the question is how do we cope? What is normal coping? What? Something abnormal things we need to watch out for. And where can we go to get help? That is tonight on news radio 8 40 years. Thanks, Doc. Have a great moment. Five servings of fruits and or vegetables do that for Okay. Okay, Doctor, You got homework, So we got to do you've got to do that. We've got to cut back the steak. Eat flax seed in juggle poop. Listen, movement. You're on your own with that one. Always great to talk to Dr Wayne touching. Hear him this Thursday evening every Thursday evening, Right here on news radio. 8 40. Yes, I want here's what I want to do. I wanna before the teams so out. I want to get a team in this golf scramble. If we're allowed to play, I want to put Dr tucks in on it. Because you know what? He's a doctor Doctors. You've got to be good golf just to be a doctor. Oh, right. Sure, you really doing? That's what they do on Wednesdays, right? Yep. Yep. Just.

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New app is 'like a Pandora for food and drink'

Business Rockstars

05:14 min | 2 years ago

New app is 'like a Pandora for food and drink'

"Business rockstars and joining me today is Sir the CEO and founder of the Jews that give us a quick elevator pitch what's true that chart so it shoes essentially combines the functionality and filter of and helped a yelp type app with the curation and specific user information that you have from something like a Pandora for food and drink so it's going out at night and this thing will basically be a combination of yelp and Pandora to help me figure out my favorite places exactly so it's all curated internally we have food bloggers chefs wine somebody dies from critics to provide the content and that's the initial stock portfolio and the spot start to adapt to you as a user over time I love that what is been the hardest part so far about getting this thing off the ground so the most difficult part I think what is the gap between you know you need generally you need funding to get users just to get the word out there marketing user acquisition and you usually can need users to get funding so that chicken and the egg problem is something that I know a lot of entrepreneurs space but I think the biggest challenge was trying to arrange how to have revenues early on so we can break that that cycle so how are you guys able to get funded without having that so we actually we were in the fortunate position where we were able to bootstrap and self fund for quite a long time both myself my co founder you know came from investment banking backgrounds and just took our savings and popped it into so it was definitely a high risk but we really believe in what we're doing we love the app and when we were saying that users are loving it as well that's what made us really keep moving forward and working on as much as much as we can how many iterations of the app have you guys had a great so far how many give us the number so I would probably say originally we were let's say by may we're at ten iterations and this is just you know updates with debugging new features new design user interface and then now now we've just been going through fast growth periods where we just keep tweaking and updating every week so we're probably around thirty right now how different is the actual end product that you guys are using now versus when you first started very different so we actually went through it in February so we realize that what users really really loved was the spot discovery and that was this just a specific user name question of where do I go at seven PM on a street corner I want tacos what's actually good and so we developed the apps specifically tailored that the answer to that question whereas before we were kind of trying to do two things at once we're doing both spot discovery and allowing people to connect with their friends and plan the outing which we realize that the actual trouble of people trying to plan with their friends was not the fact that you know they needed to send a bunch of messages it was the fact that they just didn't know where to go the other problem is really just one question and that was the payment that we moved into this I think that allowed us to really refine the app at all of the information that we needed we develop the filter where you can filter by what spots are your friend's favorite so if you trust the specific friend you can view all of their favorites on the app you no longer have to call them up and say where should I go for wine or wish I guess for tacos so my question for you is the hardest thing when having an app is getting users to download it and then getting those users to consistently use the app so how are you guys overcoming them so actually for us just because and the elevator pitch I guess doesn't even do it as much justice because the design itself is just users love it it's very easy to use it's similar to Spotify's original mood menu set up so they immediately get it we don't even have to do a lot of user education soaring gauge mint rates are very very high however getting the word out there is is the biggest challenge I think for us by far and we were fortunate that we've since we launched the latest version of the end of June we've had about nine under percent organic growth of just people spreading the word we got some the good credit press coverage so people are just hearing about it so those are the more organic ways and then we're doing a lot just get users in the most free way possible so I think yeah we're we're getting pretty scrappy in terms of how to how to go around just get users or even having you know part of our team do shifts and actually deliver food from some of the delivery apps and job and choose download cars back and that works wonders yeah it's really girl in marketing so so you you said you start this with your friends right so I I was the original founder I was in London at the time when I thought of the idea and your brother was in the shower with it now post appendicitis surgery so I don't know medication helps you yeah the medication and I guess it worked quite well if you are using your future success depended on it yeah exactly yeah I was kind of funny because my hospital room I was in London and it was just full of like thirty girls the nurses that even know what was what was going on there like I'm is it a party in here and everyone is like where should we go after you get out trying to text me like let's go meet for coffee so that idea kind of came up as a problem too I don't want to take I don't have time to text everyone let's just find a spot

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Eerie Emptiness Of ERs Worries Doctors: Where Are The Heart Attacks And Strokes?

Erin Burnett OutFront

05:10 min | 2 years ago

Eerie Emptiness Of ERs Worries Doctors: Where Are The Heart Attacks And Strokes?

"Across the United States doctors are seeing a drop off in cardiovascular emergencies during the corona virus pandemic and they're calling the drop staggering unlike anything they've seen before Dr. Jonathan Reiner joins me now. He advised the White House medical team under president. George W Bush and he is the currently the director of the Cardiac Cath Lab at George Washington University Hospital. So honor your cardiologists. You're you've been you know in with patients doing surgeries as I know daily. What are you saying? Yeah this is really fascinating soon. After they stay at home measures were begun. Almost two months ago cardiologists around the country and around the world started to notice something really unexpected. Which was there almost daily cases of acute myocardial infarction heart attacks stopped coming and all over the world. Physicians noted a decrease about forty percent in patients presenting with heart. Attacks was really very hard to explain. Some people suggest that maybe there was something about you. Know Our our new daily routine. The lack of commute maybe the cleaner air more sleep that was reducing heart attacks. But I think what we've really come to understand is something much worse. Which is we think. Many people just aren't coming to the hospital and people are staying home. Places like New York have seen up to five six or seven fold increase in out of hospital deaths and we think many of these patients are simply not coming to the hospital for fear of contracting copay nineteen so they're dying just dying outside the hospital and maybe they wouldn't have died if they were able to if they came to the hospital where you could help them. That's right and the New York. Times recently published an analysis of all cause mortality data from the CDC and if you compare basically mortality in places like New York since mid-march. There's been this huge success. Death Twenty three thousand more people have died during that period than last year. But only some of that can be accounted for by cove in one thousand nine hundred so either undercounted covert nineteen which is which is possible. But also just as likely other things are happening cigna published utilization data from their members and they've noted similar decreases in hospitalization for things like appendicitis and Ti mini strokes and guess for tests no bleed to neutral fibrillation. So we think what's happened and this is going to be. Collateral damage to the actual viral infections. Is that people haven't sought medical help for for serious illnesses over the last two months. Which is which is pretty an an incredible statement because I mean I suppose you could be both under counting. Covert nineteen and having the the. The access is is so enormous that both things could be true. I I realize that But but you do believe it. The bottom line is that is it possible that you have more people and I would presume the answer to this is yes because people are going to the hospital you would save. Some of these lives is possible. You have more people dying of heart attacks now than you had then you had before just we just aren't just aren't categorizing them that way. We're seeing this New York where it used to be in New York City. There would be thirty five out of hospital deaths now. They're seeing two hundred out of hospital deaths per day now. Some of that may be Cova deaths but a lot of that is also probably other illness. Not Treated in the hospital's so earlier this week. A Doctor Reiner you and I were talking about Brazil. You trying to understand what's happening in the warmer countries and what that means for the United States in the summer in Brazil Where obviously The YEARBOOK SCENARIO. The president has called this a little flu. He's been going to massive rallies against social distancing. Right he has he has done this at a level that that perhaps We had a huge spike in the past twenty four hours. I don't know if you just saw these numbers. They just came out ten thousand five hundred and three known new infections. No I should emphasize in just twenty four hours in Brazil. I mean it's huge surge. What is the significance? Here I in terms of it's clearly not control there and there's very little effort to control. It was obviously cautionary tale. A very ominous cautionary tale. Both scenarios been a president who has a denied the significance of the undoubted the significance of the corona virus. He's gone to a rally and has shake the hand hands of protesters. He's called the virus a little flu and that resonates through the population. Look what we know. Works is mitigation strategies. Such a stay at home and social distancing and when people start to move away from that the virus spread and you see you seeing that happen in Brazil now. We need to think about that as we start to open up the United States economy. We need to. We need to use it. As an example of what happens if we lessen our guard and we open too quickly or imprudently dot Reiner thank you

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"appendicitis" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"appendicitis" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Can do that your city or county your state or federal government can't do that only you can do that so thank you for making the right choices we have seventy thousand eight hundred sixteen positive cases in our state that's confirmed we all know it several times that I'm tragically nine hundred twenty one deaths is the latest update on each of those is a tragedy and I want to express my sincere condolences to the families that are in mourning across our state as we keep the families of the nine hundred twenty one Coloradans we've lost to corona virus in our thoughts as of yesterday the growth rate of cases is about two percent as we do more and more testing reporting a higher and higher percentage of the total cases what's important for folks to know is that the virus is still out there it will be out there it's in our communities and we need to pop and safe stain six feet apart where we can and wearing masks in public and of course we're gonna see daily fluctuations based on when numbers come out but the trend is a whole continues to be steady and encouraging same thing with hospitalizations yesterday point three percent growth rate in hospitalizations still low but that's still me especially can compare per six day weeks ago but that still means Coloradans are still being rushed to ice use in hospitals because of corona virus and we need to make sure that we have the ability to serve them as well as the non coronavirus patients the patients that have heart attacks and strokes an appendicitis or needs to be capacity for both of that in our license system and while we're encouraged by these trend lines we didn't get there by accident we got there because you stayed at home successfully and are now acting safer at home and taking the appropriate measures to continue this progress we want to prevent our healthcare system from being overloaded we wanna make sure every Colorado gets a high quality care they need when they need it and we all know that our national nurses day which is today I want the public and the media to really have the opportunity here straight from one of our brave for frontline heroes and you know our doctors our nurses our technicians the maintenance staff and support are really working to save lives every day you know nine hundred twenty one deaths would be thousands of deaths in Colorado if not for all of the folks including the nurses and doctors really rising to the occasion to save so many lives with oxygen and in some cases.

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"appendicitis" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

08:39 min | 2 years ago

"appendicitis" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Or at least about a month has people stayed away from hospital people who belong in hospitals according to a medical experts and across the country people with other emergencies things like appendicitis or mild heart attacks or mild strokes or symptoms of those things are staying away because they don't want to get coated how bad is the problem let's check in with medical expert Dr John Rowland of evolution medicine in Dallas he joins us to talk about your morning doctor good morning thank you for having me thank you for joining us have you heard about this going on O. M. absolutely and right to work editing your city hospital on the side of Dallas so yes I'm one of the ER doctors and we are seeing a a tremendous reduction in the number of ER visits for those common emergencies that you would expect to see like appendicitis and our gall bladder problems and asthma attacks all of those things because of the significant year about going to the emergency room yes is that fear warranted I mean should people still be going to the hospital for those things or should they be staying away because of all of the the cover nineteen cases well that's a great question the fact is that we are doing everything we can to reduce the risk of coming to the emergency room as much as possible we're trying to make sure that the emergency room he is is empty when you come in when you come in you go straight to our room and and we a delegate rooms for those that are infectious as opposed to those that may be coming and without them the scientists or stroke or something like that so yes it's insane could you possibly can make it and that you know we're not alone America pediatricians offices medical doctors are starting to open up and do things like that and yes you it might be a little scary that might come in and we might be resting up in case it's not actual scoring and then when it's time that it's not then we're taking all those are those are protection also so that we can have better deal with you on a more personal basis so I would say that it's as safe as possible the other thing that I I really want to kind of cry for his is bad at dealing with this virus we've got to go through this it's not something that we can go around and I think that we really got to wrestle with this as a population you know our vaccines are still more than a year off the idea that we've got to you know really start getting more active and wrestling with this somewhat unreasonable clear up this spring some people are going to get sick that's right but most are not going to get sick and we're gonna get through this all right the the systems in place for going to war we're talking with doctor John Rowland of evolution medicine in Dallas doctoral and I would imagine that there are a lot of people who are who are hesitant to go to a hospital in any case you know it's hang out while I got a little bit of a chest pain but it'll go away or you know I've got this pain in my lower right side and it's really bugging me but I'm just gonna hang in here and see if it doesn't just go away but it we're talking about internal things like an appendicitis as you mention staying away can be very serious right absolutely yeah it appendicitis is use a routine disease R. as long as we can get to it and and operate on it before it ruptures mortality rates coming people dying of the Cocytus does not significantly if we're not able to get in there and take that out before it ruptures it's kind of like a balloon it's there's a there's a small area it's kind of a a blind pocket of the intestine it gets stopped up it gets inspected and it slowly grows we're filled with class and the idea is that we get in there operator remove it before it ruptures and so yes if you got to grips with a domino pain wouldn't be talking more than just you know cramping after the new year or something like that but if you have significant pain started having vomiting you need medical attention so that we can make sure that that isn't that isn't that but nothing besides John I'm curious if your people are showing up for these these conditions that you're talking about are these emergencies I should say how much of a financial impact could that have on hospitals I mean could we start seeing hospital struggle financially lay people off maybe even shut down with fewer people showing up or is that an over reaction no I think that that is a very serious concern there are segments are the medical society that's been you know kind of hanging on through different different stresses financial strains and yes I am concerned about the closures of the hospitals that have struggled in the past medical systems that have struggled in the past this is a really big concern you know I would say that the overall volume for Britain's rooms in the areas down about forty percent so and then you throw out the elective procedures at all of those are the things that were routinely scheduled absolutely canceled that battery you know at a very big financial burden to the financial to our health systems on the other hand I suppose the irony would be that maybe emergency rooms are seeing fewer people come in with relatively minor injuries stubbing their toe on the the left leg of the bad and you know that kind of thing is that in some sense alleviating the rush absolutely we are in fact seeing fewer accidents one of the one of the surprises that that that that we have on a routine basis are those things that we don't see you know there's a lot of anxiety out there in the air and you can imagine that a significant portion of the emergency rooms it's our due to anxiety but the surprise eras with all of this ask him they're making all of the extra anxiety about the endemic we are not seeing lots of anxious people those people with that yes he does people without depression and and whatnot we are not seeing them it's it's it's very interesting we are seeing another type of anxiety at patients of patients that don't usually deal with anxiety very well thank you usually know exactly where well showing up murky green with what Mr browser chest pain and in fact they they aren't sick those people that are used to dealing with anxiety for some reason are not showing up it's fascinating well we it is fascinating with thank you very much and hopefully you're talking with us this morning it's going to make people stop and think a little bit say well you know it's better to be safe than sorry I think that what gets me out of all of that is I worry about the hospitals having to lay people off right you may you heard him say there he he is concerned that if people aren't going yeah of course we worry about people's health but if we get if we start losing hospital workers more worse losing hospitals it just compounds the whole problem with the spandex well yeah and certainly some hospital workers have been getting sick too with iris right anyway that's doctor John Rowland of evolution medicine in Dallas eight twenty five right now it is traffic.

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"appendicitis" Discussed on Beat Infertility

Beat Infertility

16:30 min | 2 years ago

"appendicitis" Discussed on Beat Infertility

"Point seven. I had an appendectomy when I was five after three rounds of IVF. We have three embryos. My doctor suggested we do a uterine biopsy an era with a mock transfer. My results showed I have an H. Score of two point two. I had my lining checked a week. Two of the mock transfer and there was a point nine millimeters which gave my doctor no reason to think my inflammation is severe. We are going to try for another H. G. to see if my two can be unblocked or if I will need surgery my questions does the appendicitis have anything to do with my blocked. Philippian tubes or possible and Dmitry assists to if my tubes are blocked after my second. H G do recommend surgery for removal of my left tube prior to transfer and finally number three. Is there anything else you'd recommend beyond my current treatment protocol so let's go through those questions so appendicitis especially ruptured can cause inflammation in the pelvis? The appendix sits on your right side and so typically when you see this from appendicitis. It's on the right or right plus left. It would be pretty unusual for the appendix to be sitting on the right but the inflammation that have happened on the left so probably not in the situation. The other thing is is that if you haven't H. G. and you have a hydra stopping so fluid in the tubes who absolutely should have that removed before doing a transfer as this is a situation where The fluid can leak back into the uterus decrease the chances of pregnancy and dramatically increase the chance of miscarriage. It's hard to know whether any previous miscarriages Were from that so absolutely would recommend that. If this patient does have endometriosis on at the of surgery that has found because of that Receptive attests that high test. Then either surgery. And or suppressing with either loop ron or Eliza. Maybe a really good thing to do before another transfer. The last question is from Laura she says I am thirty. Three and my husband is thirty. Six I'm about to finish my fourth failed single. Fit and really considering transferring to next time. Also I live in Germany which doesn't allow genetic testing. So I'm unsure whether or not my embryos are normal. You often say that transferring to embryos doesn't increase your chance of a live birth and just speeds up the process of finding the right embryo but since the embryo is kind of communicating with the uterine lining upon entering the uterus one might think that two embryos.

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"appendicitis" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"appendicitis" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Appendicitis as the diagnosis okay the code for the diagnosis and then if we have a national healthcare system it means that more or less every procedure all across the country is about the same billing which is not what it is now currently prices vary from hospital to hospital which can mean big differences in how much you owe and if you've ever tried calling beforehand to figure out how much a procedure may cost you'll know it can be a frustrating and lengthy phone call and if you've ever tried calling beforehand to figure out how much a procedure may cost you'll know it can be a frustrating and lengthy phone call that can end in fuzzy price estimates with all of the challenges in health care and rising suicide rates among doctors and nurses sham tries to remind young people heading into the field why they're really there at the end of the day we doctors are the ones who are present at the most suffering moments of people's lives in it to give to us if we can be with them during that they're not going to suffer as much it we are not going to suffer as much as you know being in front of a computer and everything will go better so medicine is a gift it's great to be able to help people and and this is why I went into it because I wanted to be a writer as well you can always get a job of paying your hub in the broad field of medicine whether you're into wraps and experiments or where the range of countries that have brought it is and I'd say there's no greater satisfaction in helping someone through their suffering and that's our job however much of the job these days has turned into piles of paper work which can get in the way of patient interactions of focus that couldn't be more important in today's high volume healthcare industry there's a lot more attempt to pay attention to the doctor patient relationship I think but it's not working because we are exhausted and burn and not burned out but it be used by the electronic medical records in the insurance industry and it's true in many many ways is striving doctors crazy the overhead for a for profit insurance is thirty three percent it just goes to administrative costs all these hundreds of drones working to try to.

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A Mother's Love: The Death of Morgan Reid

True Crime Brewery

04:52 min | 2 years ago

A Mother's Love: The Death of Morgan Reid

"Tanya Paxton read grew up in a family of girls her parents wanted and John Saxton settled in Texas XS panhandle in the early nineteen fifties. John worked at the local electric company and Wanda stayed home with her daughters. And there are a few of them. The oldest Saxton Saxton daughter was beverly K. She was followed two years later by Rodeina then a year after that was Leslie and then my must've gotten tired because Catania. The baby was born four years after Leslie took a little break there and then that was the end of it yet. But this is the fifties four kids was not unusual at all. Aw No that wasn't Nanan. Woodley have like six years or so apart something but I'm four girls and six years four children and six years. It's a handful. No doubt absolutely now the three older girls were all lighter. Skinned with blue and green is tiny stood out. She had dark eyes dark hair and a dark complexion. Well I like the Milkman. Is My mother used to say. There is a maternal uncle uncle who was a fan of the lone ranger TV show and he began calling Tanya Tanto. The name of the Lone Ranger's native American sidekick so this nickname apparently caught on Tanya was no family as Tanto throughout her life. Yeah a little. I don't think that would fly today as far as political correctness but back then and that was totally something people did. Yeah of course. I don't think lone ranger would fly very well today either so no now. We'll beverly early K.. was eight years old when her parents brought Tanya home from the hospital and Beverly K of course loved her new baby sister and for a lot of the time she'd become primary caretaker for Tanya Beverly K even called Tanya her real live baby doll and just two months after Tanya's birth wander wander. The mother was hospitalized for appendicitis. which you know was a bigger deal back then? There was some hospitalization for several days and she had to rest and John of course had to work so beverly K took over pretty much all of the responsibilities of caring for her baby sister. Tanya in over the years of Tania's Childhood Childhood Wanda had multiple health problems. And I only bring these up because I think it could have affected the way that Tanya turned out unfortunately in a bad away Wanda was bedridden for arthritis mononucleosis hepatitis and even spinal meningitis. So bedridden for the better part of two years Wanda left Beverly K in charge again of a lot of things for a kid. You Know Young. She's like what ten by this time. Yeah not very very old but tiny would recall one of her earliest memories of her mother was when her mother was hospitalized and this was a fond memory she she also had some really good memories of her own hospitalization as a child Tanya hit a small cyst removed from under her left arm and because her mother Wanda was was in the hospital at the same time tiny was allowed to stay in the bed with her mother and have her individual attention for several hours. Now this is from a a child who really hasn't seen much of her mother. She pretty much been raised by her big sister so I could really think it's safe to say that the cemented some positive ideas ideas about being in the hospital for Tanya or thank so growing up. Tiny didn't have too many friends. Fortunately she had her sister's around of for the girls were active in their church choir and they traveled to different states to perform. Misses a real treat because the town where they lived in Texas was isolated. And there just wasn't anything to do there will not only was there not much to do but dad was super strict with those girls. One weird rule he has was was that They could date the same boy twice because that would lead to them. Getting serious and possibly Sibley becoming physically involved with the boy where we can have their right so he had some weird rules like that. He was very strict and when they were pretty young still. Oh John Faxed and left the electric company where he worked and he tried his hand at selling insurance he was pretty successful and his success. In sales built up his confidence vents and he ended up opening a medical supply store with a friend of his who owned a local pharmacy and John went on the road to make sales going to nursing zing homes doctors offices and even hospitals eventually wanted joined him and she took over the home. Healthcare Division of the company so healthcare had become the family business by this point and this is the environment that Tanya grew up in

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"appendicitis" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"appendicitis" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"So that's my appendicitis story that's going to make you feel better that doesn't for tonight show we got to go right now no no that noise means one thing that noise flounder siren the man that I've missed so incredibly much that's something he'd like to say to us he left us an open Mike so let's see how it could depend explains the inspirational story they all left let me the doll and if you have a certain W. D. B. O. dirt left is I've read the open sea peddling accrued outrigger canoe I was never blessed by Lou Reed what if they did when I test rode a far at midnight and stuck long needles into the abdomen the appendix region who's laughing now by the way that pain you're feeling in your **** no that's something different and you know who to blame for that what I suggest preparation age and in the future a good quality lube I nearly died my man that's all you got to say no Hey good to hear from you lately what let's Bendix yeah might be the best nickname I think he's ever come up with yeah that's how you know he's alive he's listening his life is good to go all right so that is that is the appendix story there's other things that happened and I'm sure you have questions if you do I'd be happy to answer because you don't really get questions answered unless you Gugelmin nobody really tells you the truth on my trust me I've been googling for three weeks you know you have all these fears when you go to the emergency room you don't get to pick your doctor it's terrifying you don't get to review who's gonna do your surgery it's whoever's there and my doctor I have to give a shout out Dr Tully T. U. L. L. Y. he was incredible made me feel so good the nurses Jaron Serra I cannot wait by the way to get my bill because it's all covered so I cannot wait to see what it would have been had I not been covered so a big shout out to everybody who took care of me thank you so much I will say there was one doctor who came in to check to see if everything was good check to see if the nurses were good this was after like a day later he checked to see if the doctors were good if I had any issues whatsoever and I said everything was great everything was really really good and he says when you go home are you all set anything you you have to worry about the only thing in my head that I was worry about is when can I have sex that was my big question one can I have sex so I said well the only thing I have to worry about my wife was sent over you know on a on a little chair in the room I said is this one in other words like she's gonna jump my bones right that's what I thought he would interpret that but this guy was like what do you mean I was like well you know what I'm saying this one over here he interpreted that as she's gonna hurt me when I get home so he was like Sir is everything okay when you get home thank you was trying to give me signals like not like this if you are in trouble and I realized but I'm still drugged up so I said no no no everything's fine and he left that my wife this was like dude you really got to get it together you've got to know you've got to read between the lines here so that doctor comes in the next day when my wife's not there she was waiting to come pick me up here to take care of the kids and he goes Hey is everything okay at home again dude everything like everything's totally good like my wife doesn't hurt me don't worry that could I have to ask to make sure you're going to wire you giggling so much what are you laughing about open mikes we've got more yeah all right let's hear now now now you want to hear it off air before it away you can play it I don't mind you really thinks yeah yeah just play I am what do people have to say you.

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"appendicitis" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"appendicitis" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Locally Orlando Florida well the reverse we are here we are live we're talking about I was in the emergency room for the last couple of weeks well not for the last few weeks ago I went to the emergency room I'm telling the story I have a huge pain in my stomach all right and we're at the point of the story with the doctor has given me all the drugs the good stuff the more on Brian the yeah he's not the doctors just Brian a hit they introduce of as Brian and he was wonderful by the way so he ends up coming in and he looks he can't even look at me but he's like looking in our direction and he just says you have an appendicitis and all I can tell you is when you're sitting in an emergency room with things plugin tia and you're told you of something that is just not of the norm that you've ever had before your mind races this is before you even get to check what does this mean what happens and he says you have an appendicitis and this is Brian not the doctor and he says we're gonna give you the good stuff and I think he put some sort of medicine to me in twenty minutes after that I felt nothing it was wonderful the I don't know what that third drug was but that was the real the real deal truck so you said you have an appendicitis and you're going to be okay and I know in the back of my head that's what every doctor needs to say but of course in my head what he said from what I know of having appendicitis what it means basically what this guy said to me was you have a ticking time bomb in your stomach if it goes off you will die and I said what is it gonna go all and he said I don't know enough about older it.

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"appendicitis" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"appendicitis" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Put it myself welcome to the show we've got some open mikes of you sharing your the things that you want to call people out on do you see behavior we'll get to those in just a sec we've got our producer Casey Casey when you say it twice say it twice it adds more emphasis I like to emphasize actually I loved it yeah you loved me saying it twice or just just introduce the emphasis on ABC I think the emphasis it's like it's like as a baseball player like getting introduced to the game way to drop by drop being a baseball player man this is what I know and now we know exactly who you are boy did now here's some open mikes from people who left them if you have a mechanic he tells you it's going to take a couple of days to get this job done and it's taking too damn wakes wow that's a personal one right there here's another yeah if you have to go to the emergency room because you have appendicitis what's like Sean close near what are these I'm a deuce and this site is it hurt my tummy was hurting if you're a person who places up pick up mail delivery window that you wanted to come between let's say two and four PM yeah and I get there in that window and you say I'm not ready did you just wait another ten or fifteen minutes that was a very long dues keep him under ten seconds please I don't have that kind of time here's our last one if you take time out of your date to report on people's behaviors that you disapprove what me just like I do yeah because I'm leaving this message because I disapprove thank you Sir right welcome to the program I'm Sean I'm your host here thanks for joining me tonight we are live and local Orlando Florida every week night ten o'clock PM you regulars.

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"appendicitis" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"appendicitis" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"So that's my appendicitis story that's going to make you feel better that doesn't for tonight show we got to go right now no no that noise means one thing that noise flounder siren the man that I've missed so incredibly much that's something he'd like to say to us he left us and open mikes let's see if we could spend explains it inspirational story they all left let me the doll and if you have a certain W. D. B. O. dirt left as I'd read the open sea peddling accrued outrigger canoe I was never blessed by a voodoo priest what if they did when I dance around a fire at midnight and stuck long needles into the abdomen the appendix region who's laughing now by the way that pain you're feeling in your **** no that's something different and you know who to blame for that what I suggest preparation age and in the future a good quality lube I nearly died my man all you got to say no Hey good to hear from you please leave what click spandex yeah might be the best nickname I think he's ever come up with yeah that's how you know he's alive he's listening his life is good to go all right so that is that is the appendix story there's other things that happened and I'm sure you have questions if you do I'd be happy to answer because you don't really get questions answered unless you Google and nobody really tells you the truth on my trust me I've been googling for three weeks you know you have all these fears when you go to the emergency room you don't get to pick your doctor it's terrifying you don't get to review who's gonna do your surgery it's whoever's there and my doctor I have to give a shout out Dr Tully T. U. L. L. Y. he was incredible made me feel so good the nurses Jaron Serra I cannot wait by the way to get my bill because it's all covered so I cannot wait to see what it would have been had I not been covered so a big shout out to everybody who took care of me thank you so much I will say there was one doctor who came in to check to see if everything was good check to see if the nurses were good this was after like a day later he checked to see if the doctors were good if I had any issues whatsoever and I said everything was great everything was really really good and he says when you go home are you all set anything you you have to worry about the only thing in my head that I was worry about is when can I have sex that was my big question one can I have sex so I said well the only thing I have to worry about my wife was sitting over you know on a on a little chair in the room I said as this one in other words like she's gonna jump my bones right that's what I thought he would interpret that but this guy was like what do you mean I was like well you know what I'm saying this one over here he interpreted as she's gonna hurt me when I get home so he was like Sir is everything okay when you get home thank you was trying to give me signals like not like this if you are in trouble and I realized but I'm still drugged up so I said no no no everything's fine and he left that my wife this was like dude you really got to get it together you've got to know you've got to read between the lines here so that doctor comes in the next day when my wife's not there she was waiting to come pick me up here to take care of the kids and he goes Hey is everything okay at home yeah dude everything like everything's totally good like my wife doesn't hurt me don't worry that good I have to ask to make sure you're going to wire you giggling so much what are you laughing about open mikes we've got more yeah all right let's hear now now now you want to hear it off there before why do compliant I don't mind you really thinks yeah yeah just play a what if people have to say you know this messages for Sean I just got done listening to your appendicitis tales and you know with a hero you are inspiration just everyone and I can't help myself white hello the day give your radio show.

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Three Wide, No Cover | Melbourne Cup Runner by Runner Preview

Three Wide No Cover

09:47 min | 2 years ago

Three Wide, No Cover | Melbourne Cup Runner by Runner Preview

"Hello hello and welcome to a very special edition of three while had no cover a Melbourne cap spatial we're going to go through every runner in the rise and fall and you will win out in a rice that stops a nation Russian and more to co host as always went on I'm in the chair and Julian Velazquez in white hot form of the moment if Russia on Saturday you went with Miami Band and Rice to over fleet you are on far at the moment you hit can easily change your on the good as you last election bought we going by but this rice is tough if there's an idea but we're gonNA raw knows all about it and you'll be able to put us in the right direction recently does these group one winning jockey many many times I'll tell you what when you come ad for Melbourne Cup wake what do you do you know you're going to be on TV beat you get rid of the beat and you go clean shy of any loops ten years younger that man is some and Marshall thank you good to have view I in the pigskins tonight especial Melvin competition this is a good feel this is a great field there's stack question marks recognize genuine chances in the Rice Sarah dissecting talking about them and maybe a COUPLA fees for the panels at home as we always liked the play the motorcycles watch this show all the time we're laws that are not always here markle wall will make wall or skipper as we now him macy's full alive and apparently he's got appendicitis and he organized they shouted out he was the driver behind Z.? LOVES BEING ON THE CAMERA LOVES BEING ON TV now apparently appendicitis apparently rushed to hospital but this video always target only twenty four hours ago and show you video on will the background camera legal round the block a man in the back dead who is going to pin this on us now are always the doctor boys I would be looking getting nowhere near the appendix I'll be working towards the leveraging as the light scratching on vets at voice box towel enjoys Dhabi heavy wealth to talk about on Taylor downdraft on Saturday fans wind the Melbourne Cup the Siamese Prince of aerated law she came third in the rice has that changed anything look into the rice it's now seven eight dollars and obviously we've seen through history that you win the Lexus the wholesome the SOB whatever it's called utain to run really well in the Melbourne Cop in the the market seems to gravitate toward you we'll get to that very shortly bought the market did change a little bit off to the barriers or war we're going to get the market up a brand new let's go through the market rocket as it stands at the moment and glass who's coming to five or tim that was a bad I fifty a couple of weeks ago Constantinople touch sevens at had fiend Shit tain bound declares in the cross Cantu the extra kilos this she is surprised by being Il Paradiso having a lot of pundits h. y. the Prince of Erin and move always at either over the table and Raymond Tusk at Nineteen downdraft is the one that came means southern France bits bits two thousand dollars on on the five southern France at twenty one dollars all the way Dan Hunting Horn who won two weeks ago at forty one dollars here it's a big rice guys on the page and there's still some genuine probably live chances there as well toy that we've had since the barrier to that the punishment the most sports bit the favorite mode aglow I told is into six fifty after the barrier draw guy to probably a big advantage for that horse obviously it's good it's about thirty two hundred meters but maybe the guy alleviates it's a couple of those problems with that and the other one was lying there the to the pun is one of the moment for us at sports is there anything out of Sessa die the why the trek plied that you can take in the Melbourne Cup look other than the fact that you are dandruff obviously going really well he's going to be fit we still have these trucks going apply to be honest it was quite wet on Saturday there's GonNa be some rain today on Monday and supposedly drawing we know it's a joint track but he's going to draw on add some confidence seem Flemington because what we saw on Saturday Dhabi is they used the entire tract I didn't just stick to the fence that didn't stick for the day in the middle like I'm Dan wide and we sold melody battle-winning Michael Grand and also fees impact and then towards the end of the day that I wish shifting off and leaving the fence about four horses of a gap to the inside running row also it was a great spread right across the track all wouldn't expect it to be too much I've got to get through it on Melbourne Cup Day and jockeys go to pick their best path so Jewish touched on it a little bit of inclement weather I think it'll just help Flemington because it's such a great draining track they've prepared these track for the full days play on Oregon it was really fair on Saturday more I'm really looking forward to catching up with the hall of fame trying to dive is he's got three runners in the Melbourne Cup and we're going to get him on the final on a little bit lighter so he won't be able to help some throughout the show today I'm looking forward to that is your task done well let let's go through all the runners one by one in Reis Book Order Starting With Number One cross candidate last year obviously a little bit more white penalty the she does a two-horse classy Ohio UCS V8's now with goodell from blue forever because of course Canis Ripa but that's last year that's irrelevant now you go to carry fifty seven and a half doing now you can get thirty two hundred Mehta's after one the Melvin copy he wants him otherwise he went to do boy I wanNA group to their he started two dollars fifty in this ledger most recent run looking Ren fourth I think back in that rice it was a little bit of a worrying run but he has the pay over a lot of these other international forces put it this way Celli police and absolutely gun he's done it before these horses this is done it before he can win the rice he's not my talk for everybody can definitely win the rice is to have been more helpful because I'm going to trust him at Flemington Lymington as a genuine style what we saw last year was that three year old northern hemisphere hemisphere foam come to the fore carried fifty two key allies he was the best background Gripe Gripe profile leading into that rice since then Josie mentioned you want my which was terrific winning out of the thirty two hundred meters so to me that look walk a whole studied improved to travel back tonight in and then he ran out of a full thousand meters he got one point nine links off stratovarius in gripe form rice in the Gold Cup with D. XP just let's be in front of him as well and then he wasn't far why beyond Stratovarius again in the goodwood and then Dayton full links I'll forgive him for that he's had a really good I think he's a better whole this year and net foam and those four runs within twelve months suggest that he's a bit holes that's fifty seven and a half the reason Gordon Moore top four is because I'm going to trust him as the genuine style in the rice think if you've got class law came you can come back drawing a good guy with fifty seven and a half get locked away and he's going to use he's that he's going to be more top four for those reasons I think we're going to see a bit of a patent horses that can win absolutely smell them cap so that is a big number one cross cannock came winless got the number to murder glass obviously after the barrier draw eight fifty six dollars fifty dining line on board came in as well Ken Wayne counting anyway any of that process of six dollars fifty Moran knowing nine dollars fifty but of a winning chance look he wanted to cool field cop I think the inside guy is the positive Damian line is absolutely able when he's a fantastic jockey there is concerns whether it gets thirty two hundred meters stay in that's probably the concern for the Japanese but I think the inside guy allows him to maybe get a bomb and just because up clued up if you can be with four hundred maters guy I've got no daddy can win the rice doubts on the coffee cupping teams if he had every opportunity to win that rice and still on the run high twenty four and a half twelve and a half so it wasn't sensational last four hundred dollars two hundred a pretty moderate Tampa he's got meaningful the Japan and as a guns I think sometimes we can fall into the brains of twenty four hundred a Coffee Cup win locked that didn't right off the roof in terms of figures that was he's I have a twenty four hundred proud of that he was a two-time winner I have a twenty two hundred police phones brain around the mall and a quarter so easy to to brilliant and is he wanted to he's best at fifty-six kilos against genuine thirty two hundred natal's GonNa be strong that you can trust at the end of the rice with that Madam on top four and now he gets the best run but he's going to need the bush guidance it'll suck up beyond side he can use that tune afoot but easy the brain Ho slot the Saudi thinks these talk horses that we've saying come through at the mall and a quarter and right really well and Hoy but just with the fifty six and not being tested beyond twenty four hundred meters of got that question macaroni happy to him on Kenny Win Not yes yes okay number three mass reality twenty six dollars at at the moment Frankie Dettori onboard can't win yes but I just don't know enough about the tone four one hundred twenty three matches up pretty well but time for one hundred twenty three fifty four and a half roy it up there I mean that's a fair wack he's the handicap has got a hold of him there's no doubting that he ran fifty alleged that cross Canada ran fourteen cross Canada Tudo is fifty Master Valley started fifteen does he can win but I've got him into bat twenty one twenty six dollars look I wouldn't be knocked over but he won't be my betting strategy is to he can he can running the top bite for show this horse because he's a genuine style and he's trolling barrier wine he gets a fifty five and a half and he's foolish stratovarius there's a lot of this

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"appendicitis" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"appendicitis" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"This is your lucky day of any came back and it's got to happen quick doc he's got surgery coming up okay well I would get another opinion and I would delay surgery the team when they have diverticulitis you're allowed syndrome inflammatory bowel disease Crohn's disease colitis also Clyde is leaky gut syndrome appendicitis all this is caused by gluten damage your intestines if given a different name and different locations so different specialists get a a chance again patients we look at all these different diseases including diverticulitis under the microscope they're all the same disease it's all damage your intestines from gluten No wheat No brother an ocean of breakfast cereals and pancakes or waffles the French toast hamburger buns absolutely no we've been around she got to watch it because they put in gravy is in dog food there is a kind bars out there big letters it says gluten free on the head of the grand Crapper Adam Graham crackers size the kind cracker but then there's a bar kind like a baby Ruth bar it says lutin free but the first ingredient is oats and so that's a lie ten gluten and I'm gonna get rid of that you take the healthy bone and joint pack one per hundred pounds of body weight a healthy bone joint pack one per hundred pounds of body weight stay away from the gluten a we buy ran oats and what about probiotics well I would I would prefer to go with the ultimate ends and that you're right you do probiotics both and the and the old enzymes I get about a man's ultimate enzymes and he would have the stomach cancer than it is going to help you absorb things better.

"appendicitis" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"appendicitis" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"First box and says that was more painful than the appendicitis box and feel fine now her new daytime talk show premieres September ninth let's take a look at your commute on the fifteen well we had this fatal wreck with a motorcycle early in Ontario fifteen south connector to the westbound sixty all of that has cleared away they've done their investigation and everything's all wrapped up so that transition he is open so just a little bit lazy on the fifteen south and come away from the tents are between the fifth that the ten and the sixty you can find a little slowing okay a find this guy's sponsored by injury attorney superwoman super lawyer dot com just by watching over the two ten year pressure we are we are that's for sure thanks for taking us along for the ride as always hear good news all the way around actually the first the westbound to ten at Urbandale before rebels just one car to seize the officer there over to the shoulder so it's just kind of morning drive spoken word the fifty seven not too bad what you get faster would tell the six so five it's pretty good drive gets a little slow at about honey to drive going into Pasadena but all I throw but it's actually better usual what's not better than usual as the eastbound side there was a problem for a black player and I can assure you we just pull over that felt kind of slow going away from San Gabriel once you get close to Bartolo things start moving again right towards that six so five majored in an accident visit superwoman super lawyer dot com Jeff Bock K. F. high in the sky if you want to you can call us when you see some on the roadway the route seventy time traffic line eight eight eight five hundred five thousand three KFI in the sky helps get you there faster I'm.

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Given the same type of bone fracture, are people likely to get the same treatment for pain?

Second Opinion

03:31 min | 3 years ago

Given the same type of bone fracture, are people likely to get the same treatment for pain?

"Dr Michael Wilks with a second opinion. A young woman goes to the emergency room with a fracture of her leg bone the femur when she arrives the bone is clearly broken. But it's going to take a while to get the x rays. Call the surgeon to repair it and prepare the operating room in that time, she expects that a doctor will assess her pain and prescribed some appropriate treatment to reduce your suffering while all the preparations are completed. Well, it turns out that whether she gets the pain medication and the strength of the pain medicine is more result of her skin color than her injury. Research has shown that if she is black and has an identical injury to a white person. Her pain is likely to be under treated compared to those who are white Joseph Friedman is a researcher who studies pain, very recently. There have been studies that have come out where they survey a large number of medical students and medical providers and find that. That shocking number of physicians and students actually still believe that people have different racial groups feel pain differently have different pain thresholds while implicit bias can play a role in doctor's behavior. So does socialization the history of the war on drugs. The history of drugs in America is highly racialist history, and so physicians go into a medical encounter into any clinical encounter with all of this sort of psychological, baggage about what kinds of people seek drugs who is a trustworthy patient who should receive a prescription for something like an opioid other research has shown that some medical professionals unconsciously believed that the black body and the native American body is biologically different and in many cases, stronger than the white body and therefore needs less pain medicine, this belief goes back generations to at least the time of slavery. A recent study nearly one. One million kids all of whom had appendicitis showed that black kids. Relative to white kids were less likely to receive any pain medicine, and we're also less likely to receive narcotic pain medicine for their documented pain. But the problem isn't just the undertreatment of pain. There is what Joseph Friedman the lead researcher of recent pain study describes as a double sided epidemic. His study shows that systemic racism has led to the over treatment and addiction of low income whites. But on the other side, there's also a problem with the undertreatment of non white people who are in pain or in need of medications for psychiatric conditions firstly. We need to be very careful about the way that we're cracking down on prescriptions for opioids previous studies have shown that in general when you monitor who is receiving prescriptions for controlled substances the rate goes down, but it. Doesn't go down equally. It disproportionately goes down among communities of color, and in many cases, it can go down for people who actually have a legitimate medical need that requires these medications in this most recent opioid outbreak. The irony is that these two forces the over treatment of whites in the undertreatment of people of color contributed to shielding communities of color from the brunt of addiction to prescription opioids and death. This is Dr Michael Wilks with a second opinion.

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"appendicitis" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"appendicitis" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

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"appendicitis" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

05:37 min | 3 years ago

"appendicitis" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Ian Ross and I'm Tracy McCray. If you developed right sided painting your abdomen. It could be the telltale sign of appendicitis appendicitis is an inflammation of the appendix which is a finger shaped pouch that projects from your colon on the lower right side of your abdomen. If you have appendicitis, you probably assume you're headed for surgery and in a lot of pain. That's the other thing. I always assume, but a recent study in Finland found that treatment with antibiotics can be an option in some cases, helping people avoid surgical removal of the appendix known as an appendectomy here to discuss. This is mayo clinic trauma and critical care specialist. Dr Eric Loomis, welcome to the program. Dr Lewis is great to meet you. Thank you so much happy to be here. Well, the first thing that we noticed that we've learned as an appendix is not a kidney both kidney shaped separate Oregon. It's connected to the coal. And that was the first thing we learn it actually hangs, right? Right off the right colon. Yup. Yup. Its own little entity. But is attached to the column? So why is it that it's even there if you can take it out, and it's not a big deal? Why do we even have an appendix? That's a really good question. It's a vestigial Oregon, which means, you know, created years and years ago when humans were developing it doesn't serve any purpose. These days. Something it was some type of additional digestive organ way back when when we had different diets or different lifestyles like back caveman days, we're talking but today, it doesn't do anything for us except potentially get appendicitis. You can also get cancer within their. So it's okay to have it removed. We don't remove it. Unnecessarily? We don't just take them out. If you don't need to have the surgery, but have you do need surgery, then you will notice no difference once your appendixes removed. What what can cause the problems with your appendix that inflammation? Yeah. So as you kind of described in the opening it's a finger like projection that comes off the Cohen, and it has an opening at the mouth of it. If you will that connects it to the colon if that gets obstructed or something goes in there that closes off that opening it can set up a pattern of inflammation, and swelling and a games collects fluid in there, and then increases inflammation, and you can see it just starts to spiral. And you get what's called appendicitis. And so does trauma to the body necessarily doesn't mean that you got hit with anything. You don't necessarily do anything that causes you to get that it just happens. It's spontaneous or happens at random can affect all age ranges children to elderly all different backgrounds. If you have hypertension, or you don't it doesn't matter. Anybody can get appendicitis, and what are the warning signs? Yeah. So kind of like you mentioned in the opening right? Sided pain is classic. Not everybody has that. But most people do a lot of people described paying that kind of starts around their belly button. And then migrates to that right side. That's pretty classic for appendicitis. A lot of people have nausea vomiting, usually just don't feel very well or Malays we call that. Some people have a fever and the pain is such that it typically brings them to the emergency department. And then so somebody comes in with these symptoms. Maybe how are you going to diagnose it classically? Or this way. You know, we diagnosed with us with the scanner a cat scan. It's probably the best way to diagnose appendicitis. It's certainly not the only way ultrasound is definitely up upcoming ultrasound can be very technician dependent and radiologists reading dependent. So not everybody is a great candidate for that. But we do ultrasound or we do a cat scan. If it's not diagnosed soon enough will appendix always burst. Yeah. We used. To think that we use it if you get appendicitis, and we don't do something, that's definitely gonna burst. But that's actually something that came out of this study that not all appendixes ended up bursting. Yeah. So let's talk about that. I never knew that that was even an option to do antibiotics. So they actually did their initial studies. Use mentioned it's coming out of Fenland, probably one of the only places they could do a study like this and their initial study was this is the five year update that came out right now. So their initial results came out in two thousand and completed in two thousand and thirteen and published in two thousand fifteen and what they found is with some conditions in there for age and the appearance of the appendix and some things like that they treated about half the patients with antibiotics are very. Strict regimen of antibiotics and they treated half the patients with surgery and the outcomes they found they were looking to see is are the antibiotics no worse than surgery, which is kind of a funny way to phrase that. But they wanted that's what they were trying to prove initially actually didn't prove that they didn't get to that point in the study. But they did find that in general, it seems safe the patients who ended up ultimately needing their appendix out. They didn't have additional complications or other challenges. And now they've looked at those same patients five years later to see who got appendicitis in those five years, how many of them needed surgery, and what were the outcomes of those patients, and they found about thirty nine to forty percent of patients who were treated with antibiotics. Upfront alternately got appendicitis in that five year period. Most of them got it in the first year, and then needed to go on and have treatment and that treatment in this study was typically surgery. So that's that's really what they found. I guess to me. The takeaway is. Mill in the right conditions for the right patient antibiotics are a potential option with the caveat that in about five.

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"appendicitis" Discussed on The Skinny Confidential Him And Her Podcast

The Skinny Confidential Him And Her Podcast

03:30 min | 3 years ago

"appendicitis" Discussed on The Skinny Confidential Him And Her Podcast

"For healthy living, and she has a drive and energy to investigate foods. She gets to the bottom of. Ingredients. And in this interview, we get real specific. She also has a product line called true Vanni, and she has two bucks guys. So definitely check those out. And with that. Let's welcome. I wanna say the names of books Vanni has a product line called true Vanni, and she has two bucks the food babe way. And feeding you lies how to unravel the food industries playbook and reclaim your health with that. Let's welcome Vanni to the show. This is the skinny confidential him in her. People. I'm telling you. I've actually searched your name like or searched food babe in my podcast up to hear podcast on you. So you'd be surprised, but like you said Lawrence really fortunate because she has an amazing co host. I said food in the studio. Welcome into the studio. Happy to have you in here. We're kicking it right? Into gear. You wanted to compliment to be on air complement on a compliment to get this very limited in my life. I don't get it that many. So I'll take them. All right. We're going to get right into it. How did you get into investigating the food industry? That is such a that's a long answer to that question that I wanna give but I'm not going to give that answer. What I'm going to say is that for most of my life. I was sick. I grew up with two immigrant Indian parents that came here really trusting of the American food supply and in order to fit in. They let us eat all the American food. Right. Any kind of fast food. We wanted to eat any kind of processed food. We wanted to eat a shunned my mother's homemade Indian cooking. So that I would eat sales bery stake in have neutral game bars. Like everybody else at school, and you know, lunch Ables and all of that mess and as. A result. I was just really always sick. I had eggs him all over my face. As MMA always had like some stomach issue going on never felt really well about myself and in my early twenties. I finally hit a breaking point. I was working for a big six consulting firm that put me on the road, and I was traveling on this like lavish expense account, and I was basically eating whatever they brought in. So that we would work through breakfast, lunch and dinner. So we would have these big spreads of like muffins and doughnuts in the morning and bagels. And then at lunch, we would have, you know, huge breads of like Italian food. And then of course, they'd have like a dessert table at the end like Tarum assu, or whatever and then at dinner they'd have barbecue. And then in the middle of the night because we are still working they'd bring in like more donuts, and it was just a smorgasbord of like gluttony just so that we could work and be like full of sugar and caffeine, and we would just go and work and Bill hours. The client, and we ended up being the product of the year that year, and of course, doing this amazing project. But as a result of all that work, I got really sick and it in the hospital with appendicitis back, then they said appendicitis is like random it can happen to anybody. You don't need your appendix like all these things right in the new data all the new data on it is pretty fascinating how your panics actually populate your gut with good bacteria, and you actually do need it. There is like a. Knicks either. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Anyway, so come on appendix. You need some products. So I was sitting in the hospital room recovering from this..

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"Condom snorting challenge": Experts warn of dangerous trend among teens

The Dave Ramsey Show

01:20 min | 4 years ago

"Condom snorting challenge": Experts warn of dangerous trend among teens

"Not only sounds dumb it sounds disgusting downright dangerous i'm talking about the condom snorting challenge yes the condom snorting challenge exists and apparently teens all over our snorting condoms up their nose to have it emerged from their mouth and posting it on social media why you ask well let's remember who was doing the tide pods challenge this is the first time we've seen this insanity but because of a resurgence in its popularity educators doctors are informing parents about how dangerous it is to snort condoms besides the fact that you could choke to death doing it even if you have a fellow condom snorter standing by to give you the heimlich it can also lead to alone collapsing and there have been cases of people who got pneumonia and or appendicitis from inhaling condoms listen i don't wanna be smerch an entire generation after all even if we look past our own team stupidity some of our parents did silly slash dangerous things when they were teens like swallowed live goldfish and try to fit twenty people into a phone booth and the vast majority of today's teens are not snorting prophylactics plus we also have michael brown of houston to make us feel better about today's kids the seventeen year old high school senior applied to twenty of the best universities in the us and was offered a full ride scholarship offered every single one of them his mom lost three babies before becoming pregnant with michael who by the way received only one bead during his entire academic career i guess.

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