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Jen Psaki: Can't Find Baby Formula? Call Your Doctor.

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:16 min | Last month

Jen Psaki: Can't Find Baby Formula? Call Your Doctor.

"The Biden administration has things under control. Not to panic. Circle back has the answer on her next to last day today is her final day before she becomes an MSNBC star. Which compared to the Fox News ratings, that's a little bit like being the tallest little person in the room. But she will be an MSNBC star where she belongs. After months and months of spinning for Joe Biden, listen to what she said, when one of the reporters said, well, what are we supposed to do? What are women in America? Supposed to do who desperately need baby formula for their infants. If you thought it was a public health question, which agency should that question be directed to just the very practical immediate question of if you can't find formula and you need it for your baby to eat. What should they be doing? We would certainly encourage any parent who has concerns about their child's health or well-being to call their doctor or pediatrician. Take two aspirin, call me in the morning. Albeit MSNBC in my makeup in my makeup chair. Getting ready for my close up. Call your doctor, moms, but he's supposed to call your doctor.

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Aspirin (MM #4053)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Aspirin (MM #4053)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. Science, medicine. They've come under the microscope for the last couple of years because of COVID-19. And the one thing I've always said is doctors don't know definitive answers. They learn as they get more data. For example, for years, we've been hearing medical experts tell us that once you hit your 50s, you may want to think about taking a baby aspirin or taking one of those low dose 100 milligram aspirins once a day. It kind of staves off potential heart attacks, cardiovascular disease, and guess what? They've changed that opinion now. In new guidance, doctors are saying you probably shouldn't even start taking an aspirin in your 40s or 50s. And even for people 60 and older, it won't necessarily prevent the first heart attack or stroke. And more interesting news, there's little benefit to continuing an aspirin regimen beyond 75 years old. And while I've had to start thinking about taking those baby aspirins, looks like I don't have to now. And my dad who's been taking them for years, he doesn't need to anymore because he's long past 75.

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Aspirin (MM #4053)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Aspirin (MM #4053)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. Science, medicine. They've come under the microscope for the last couple of years because of COVID-19. And the one thing I've always said is doctors don't know definitive answers. They learn as they get more data. For example, for years, we've been hearing medical experts tell us that once you hit your 50s, you may want to think about taking a baby aspirin or taking one of those low dose 100 milligram aspirins once a day. It kind of staves off potential heart attacks, cardiovascular disease, and guess what? They've changed that opinion now. In new guidance, doctors are saying you probably shouldn't even start taking an aspirin in your 40s or 50s. And even for people 60 and older, it won't necessarily prevent the first heart attack or stroke. And more interesting news, there's little benefit to continuing an aspirin regimen beyond 75 years old. And while I've had to start thinking about taking those baby aspirins, looks like I don't have to now. And my dad who's been taking them for years, he doesn't need to anymore because he's long past 75.

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Aspirin (MM #4053)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Aspirin (MM #4053)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. Science, medicine. They've come under the microscope for the last couple of years because of COVID-19. And the one thing I've always said is doctors don't know definitive answers. They learn as they get more data. For example, for years, we've been hearing medical experts tell us that once you hit your 50s, you may want to think about taking a baby aspirin or taking one of those low dose 100 milligram aspirins once a day. It kind of staves off potential heart attacks, cardiovascular disease, and guess what? They've changed that opinion now. In new guidance, doctors are saying you probably shouldn't even start taking an aspirin in your 40s or 50s. And even for people 60 and older, it won't necessarily prevent the first heart attack or stroke. And more interesting news, there's little benefit to continuing an aspirin regimen beyond 75 years old. And while I've had to start thinking about taking those baby aspirins, looks like I don't have to now. And my dad who's been taking them for years, he doesn't need to anymore because he's long past 75.

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Sheila Nevens Opens up About the Pain of Life After HBO

Origins with James Andrew Miller

01:29 min | 3 months ago

Sheila Nevens Opens up About the Pain of Life After HBO

"It was a tough time leaving HBO. When I was alone and no one answered my phone calls, no more flowers, no more. Oh, you have a headache. Let me get you an aspirin. No more anything. No more lunch dates. I didn't have HBO anymore. I was just an old person without a job. The main thing I remember is looking at my cell phone and not seeing any polls. I remember that. I used to come home and there were 50 calls, you know? You don't have the job. You don't have the power, you don't have the muscle, you're zero. But you were able to gather yourself nevertheless. Yeah, but I didn't get a job. I called everybody I knew everybody had given jobs to. All the Netflix people that I knew. Everybody, everybody. Everybody know nobody wanted me. Nobody called me back. Nobody answered my emails. I was old. I was out, and I was refuge the next step was a terminal illness, possibly. And death, that was what I was guess headed for, but I don't have either. I'm still alive. And I don't have an illness. Well, I have a lot of illnesses, but they're not terminal. I could have been dead. And I was rescued by MTV. I'm the same bitch I always was now. Just a smaller arena to be a bitch in.

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Sheila Nevens Opens up About the Pain of Losing HBO

Origins with James Andrew Miller

00:38 sec | 3 months ago

Sheila Nevens Opens up About the Pain of Losing HBO

"It was a tough time leaving HBO. When I was alone and no one answered my phone calls, no more flowers, no more. Oh, you have a headache. Let me get you an aspirin. No more anything. No more lunch dates. I didn't have HBO anymore. I was just an old person without a job. The main thing I remember is looking at my cell phone and not seeing any polls. I remember that. I used to come home and there were 50 calls, you know? You don't have the job. You don't have the power, you don't have the muscle, you're zero.

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Remember When CNN Flipped Out When Trump Unmasked?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:16 min | 3 months ago

Remember When CNN Flipped Out When Trump Unmasked?

"Trump took his mask off after getting back to The White House? Play cut 68. It's going to come. Here we go. A very different takes it off. And incorrect message. And you see him here. He takes it off, and he's getting ready for his pictures. The flags Flank him. Great, Caitlin, this is what he did. This is the moment. This is what he produced it for. He wants the image to be. I'm strong. This virus is nothing. His tweet today, feeling better than I did 20 years ago. Don't be afraid of COVID. Don't let it dominate your life. There he is. This is the image he wants. What's wrong with that image? Who would have that message should have been the message from the beginning? Treatments, azithromycin, hydroxychloroquine, Ivermectin, vitamin D levels, which we never talked about, fitness, not being fat, not over drinking, getting proper sunlight, monoclonal antibodies, prozac, aspirin, all of these things, intravenous therapy, ozone therapy, all of these things have been proven to help with the treatment of COVID. And yet the media they wanted hysteria. I just ask you guys to think and

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Apparently "The Science Has Changed"

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:32 min | 4 months ago

Apparently "The Science Has Changed"

"Now in cut 45, you'll hear doctor Wen. Now, doctor Wen, I believe you used to work for Planned Parenthood. She now is on CNN every so often. In which she said was totally extraordinary. But I want you to listen carefully. She says, quote, circumstances have changed and the science has changed. She says the science has changed. How many times the last couple years have we been trying to question the science? Now, we need to start using different terms. No one on the center right, including myself ever question the natural law. We never question four sequels mass times acceleration. We never question whether or not the earth was round. We were questioning something else. We were questioning a hypothesis. Because we allowed our language to become so sloppy and we allowed people in charge to use the word science to describe what was nothing more than a theory, we allowed a group of unelected experts to redesign western civilization as we know it. But now they're backtracking backtracking their back pain like we have signs changes all the time. Well, now they admitted of course it does. Never were they open minded which scientists are supposed to be, but hydroxychloroquine or Ivermectin, azithromycin, early intervention intravenous therapy, aspirin, melatonin, no, but instead, they act as if mandatory masking, cloth masks, staying at home coming in contact with no one locking down civilization. We know that as certain as we know the quadratic equation. Play cut 45. Do you agree with the move? I do. There was an is a time and place for pandemic restrictions. But when they were put in, it was always with the understanding that they would be removed as soon as we can. And in this case, circumstances have changed. Case counts are declining. Also the science has changed. We know that vaccines protect very well against am a prom, which is the dominant variant. Everyone 5 and older have widespread access to vaccines, the science has not changed. Her hypothesis and her theory has changed. Those are two totally different things. The natural law does not change. There have been mutations in this virus, but it acts very similarly. We're early interventions work. We're the mitigation strategy early. She is unafraid to say no is actually complete and total disaster. We got the equation wrong.

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Ben Ferguson Predicts Potential Side Effect to COVID Vaccine After a Year of Data

Mark Levin

01:16 min | 6 months ago

Ben Ferguson Predicts Potential Side Effect to COVID Vaccine After a Year of Data

"You can not say that it's misinformation when we're barely into a pandemic Two years is not We don't even have what A year of data yet mister producer on this vaccine I promise you there is going to be some sort of side effect at some point down the road It may be minor but there's going to be something that we're going to find out There is always a cause and effect with medicine We've seen that with aspirin We've seen it with ibuprofen hell We've seen it with benadryl We find out new things It doesn't mean that someone was intentionally trying to harm you by the way when they came out with those drugs I'm not saying there's some grand conspiracy to hurt you but to say that it is it is misinformation for any mother who's in childbearing years or trying to get pregnant or any mother who's thinking about saying no to a vaccine for their child when the mortality rate of children is still by the way extremely extremely extremely extremely extremely low You have a better chance of dying from the flu in this country than you do of COVID-19 if you're 18 or under Prove me wrong

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Why Omicron Can't Cancel Christmas

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:13 min | 6 months ago

Why Omicron Can't Cancel Christmas

"A crime was basically announced right after Thanksgiving. It was the new variant. Made the stock market plummet. New York in anticipation of a Macron decided to re-engage and lockdowns, mask mandates vaccine mandates on a cron is something that we must be very afraid of is what we're told. Oh Macron, if you just watched Fauci, the NIH and the CDC, it sounds like this is COVID two. It is mutating in a more vicious, deadly and aggressive manner. What's really going on here? How many people have actually died? Of all Macron. Is the virus getting stronger or is the virus getting weaker? Well, according to Neil Ferguson, who was the original lockdown artist, he was the person that originally, the imperial college study, way back at the beginning of the pandemic in March of 2020, he has even come out and he said that Amy Kron is 45% less likely to cause hospitalization than delta, by the way, that's without factoring an Ivermectin hydroxychloroquine azithromycin vitamin D levels vitamin C, obesity age, underlying health conditions, intravenous intervention, aspirin melatonin or Qin. And if you're not able to rattle off all those treatments, I encourage you to listen to our podcasts and equip yourself. Your government wants you to be scared and unprepared. Your government wants you to be fearful and confused. There are legitimate interventions and treatments that could potentially help you. Get to know them. Do not leave yourself or your loved ones helpless, trusting the federal government or the bullet bureau going into Christmas. 45% less likely to cause hospitalization than delta, according to a major British study by Neal Ferguson. Among the previously infected, the risk of hospitalization from a drop by as much as 69% for both the vaccinated on the unvaccinated. So what does that tell us? That means that if you've had COVID before, even if you get COVID again, it's likely not to be as intense.

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Rich Valdes: A Reminder of How Unions Burden Our Schools

Mark Levin

01:22 min | 6 months ago

Rich Valdes: A Reminder of How Unions Burden Our Schools

"And in the middle of my prep I get a call and it's because my daughter happened to be around somebody that tested positive for coronavirus Now of course we go and we take a rapid test and whatnot But the issue is you've got to pick her up right away She's got to be removed from the school And my thinking is why do we employ health professionals in schools Why isn't the registered nurse or the licensed practical nurse or the physician's assistant or whomever the medical professional is in the nurse Why are they not able to administer a test Now somebody might say oh they can't do that They can't give aspirin They can't do anything right They're just there for show These are all union contracts that prevent these things Anything can be changed Because in the middle of a pandemic we changed the way we voted We had to go to mail in voting We can change anything in the name of coronavirus except what a nurse can do to a student that may need a tums or a student that may need a rapid test I've gotten a rapid test and I can tell you it's never a nurse that did it It was a girl wearing scrubs Who worked in a doctor's office So my point here is why do we do this And it's because of unions And if we dig a little deeper we find out who runs these unions and what motivates these unions and it's not the best interest of children it's the best interest of themselves their power and they use their members as

85% of COVID Deaths Could Have Been Avoided, Says Dr. Peter McCullough

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:11 min | 6 months ago

85% of COVID Deaths Could Have Been Avoided, Says Dr. Peter McCullough

"Peter McCullough with Joe Rogan saying that 85% of deaths attributed to COVID-19 could have been prevented with early treatment. Play cut 38. I testified in the U.S. Senate, November 19th, 2020, I told Americans under oath, that 50% of the lives at that time could have been saved. We are at about 250,000 deaths. Based on what I do, I then testified on March 10th, 2021 in the Texas Senate. Sworn testimony, I upped 85% of the deaths could have been avoided. We know that, because we carried out studies we did one with Procter and douse Fort Worth, where we demonstrated that even the early primordial protocols before the monolith coronal antibodies when we used drugs in combination, were associated with 85% reductions in hospitalizations and deaths compared to fair compared to our groups in for death we used the trichina area in DFW averages age adjusted. How often do you hear that on your mainstream news? 85% reduction in deaths, hospitalizations, and what he's saying is exactly what we've been saying. Ivermectin Z PAC, zinc, IVs, aspirin, potential oxygen supplement, vitamin D and if necessary, monoclonal antibodies. Imagine

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Malala Yousafzai Announces Her Marriage

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 8 months ago

Malala Yousafzai Announces Her Marriage

"Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala has sweats Malala Yousafzai the noble laureates an education activist announced her marriage on Twitter the Pakistani human rights campaigner pasted images of herself and her grandma somatic on the social media websites today marks a precious day my life he said so I write aspirin I tied the knot to be partners for life the couple wed in a small ceremony in Birmingham with their families use the site was shot by the Taliban in twenty twelve because she insisted on a girl's right to an education she traveled to the English city of Birmingham for medical treatments and her family eventually joined her I'm

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"aspirin" Discussed on iForumRx.org

iForumRx.org

07:06 min | 8 months ago

"aspirin" Discussed on iForumRx.org

8 Things That Children Are More Likely to Die From Than COVID-19

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:09 min | 8 months ago

8 Things That Children Are More Likely to Die From Than COVID-19

"8 things that children are more likely to die from than COVID. Cancer significantly. Almost 20 times more likely vehicle accident suicide homicide. Cardiovascular disease drowning flu and pneumonia. We live in a world with numerous threats. It's part of existence. And there's also a false promise in safetyism, too. There's a false promise and you see this in the people that are vaccinated, which has always been one of my complaints about the way that they've been pushing the vaccine is it gives people a false sense of security. And no one wants to talk about this. The false sense of security of someone who gets vaccinated, and then they believe they can resume regular life, and then all of a sudden they have a breakthrough case, and they don't know what to do. They thought they had the protection. They thought they had the same sort of protection that they would get from the measles mumps rubella or polio vaccine. And all of a sudden they get a breakthrough case and they get caught by surprise. Maybe they would have made different social decisions. Maybe they wouldn't have gone to big gatherings. Maybe they would have handled things differently. Maybe they would have prepared themselves with azithromycin Ivermectin hydroxyl chloroquine, monoclonal antibody treatment centers or aspirin. Instead, there is a false sense of security that comes in with the overemphasis of we as the government we as the CDC we as NA 8 NIH we as the medical industrial elite, we're going to protect you. And what it does is it erodes what it does is it diminishes its suppresses humans own responsibility to take ownership of their actions. It's a false sense of security. When in reality, our leader should have said, look, if you want to get this vaccine fine, we're going to be very honest about what it can do what it can't do. But also, if you get it, you better be ready to treat it. We're now 70% of all deaths in the United Kingdom are vaccinated people. Why? They had a false sense of

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"aspirin" Discussed on Diet Science

Diet Science

03:02 min | 8 months ago

"aspirin" Discussed on Diet Science

"Their lifestyle not smoking getting more exercise and even taking supplements like fish oils which are also known to help. thin out the blood. Oh so you know now that we have those types of things that people can do. We're starting to see that there's less of a need to take that daily aspirin And that's why the this you know and this man by the way. This has gradually been happening over the last several decades. So it's not like you know people are going. Oh all of a sudden now. They're telling us not to take an aspirin will no not necessarily the. That advice has actually been gaining steam over the last several decades. And now we have you know evidence of research showing that yes. this is. the case doesn't necessarily need to be taking it every day. So the today discover what direction amend in replace her that well So it's like so what does work. And what is safe. In reducing the risk for a heart attack or stroke and like i said diet lifestyle. Proper supplementation is extremely effective and very safe And let me just talk a little bit. About what the baby aspirins were designed to do and how the you know. Dietary changes and other types of supplements can help and and maybe replace so taking a baby aspirin a day. was recommended because of its effect on blood platelets. Which are these little small disc shaped blood cells which are involved in the formation of blood clots so before a blood clot forms. The platelets will aggregate and when they are too sticky. It's a risk factor for heart disease and stroke so the stickiness of platelets is determined largely by the type of fats that are in the diet and the level of any oxidants. And so even you know that we know that like saturated fats and cholesterol can increase platelet aggregation omega three fatty acids and mono unsaturated fats which are found in like olive oil and nuts and seeds and avocados actually have the opposite effect of that. So that's why those types of things can be Very beneficial basically trashing your oil exactly getting an oil change in your diet exactly so so. What is typically recommended you know as a dietary prescription as an alternative to aspirin in basically in the prevention of heart disease is to eat less saturated fat and watch your consumption of cholesterol. So you remove you know. Eliminate your intake of that increase consumption of fiber rich plant foods. That's going to be vegetables. Beans fruits raw seeds and nuts. And then increase your consumption of those monounsaturated fats and omega..

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Ever Notice How the Only Government-Approved COVID Treatments Come From Big Pharma?

The Dan Bongino Show

00:47 sec | 9 months ago

Ever Notice How the Only Government-Approved COVID Treatments Come From Big Pharma?

"Have you noticed this pattern here That whenever a potential not solution but treatment for coronavirus that may help surfaces and that treatment is not a big pharma treatment who pays off a lot of our politicians in D.C. I can't look like some government savior injected themselves to fix it If it's just a simple solution like you know maybe vitamin D a little bit of sun zinc quercetin they're not suggesting these are gonna secure you overnight but these may be things that can help Ivermectin hydroxychloroquine and now aspirin have you ever noticed ever since we see these solutions emerge potential solutions emerge That if they don't involve big pharma all of a sudden the government seems to lose its mind in the media go on attack right away They can't control

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Advice shifting on aspirin use for preventing heart attacks

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 9 months ago

Advice shifting on aspirin use for preventing heart attacks

"Advice on aspirin use for preventing heart attacks has changed a bit an influential health guidelines group now says older adults without heart disease should not take daily aspirin to prevent a first heart attack or stroke the draft guidance posted online by the U. S. preventive services task force backtracks a bit and puts the panel more in line with other medical groups the recommendations explained bleeding wrist for adults in their sixties and outweigh any potential prevention benefits from aspirin it's different for adults in their forties though the panel says they may want to consider taking daily aspirin if they have no bleeding risks since there is a potential small benefit I actually out there

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Dr. Stella Immanuel: We Need to Fight Covid as a Spiritual Battle

The Eric Metaxas Show

00:59 sec | 10 months ago

Dr. Stella Immanuel: We Need to Fight Covid as a Spiritual Battle

"The most important thing address in my book in my book. I had dress journey. I addressed the spiritual battle. And why america got to displace. Where does seem to get us and we are the three last lot of the i talk about a ten point plan to disciple america. Back to both. You're saying the book is sci-fi science yes religion kabuga's jesus the what we are dealing with on a spiritual level. We need to get that. Everybody's just interested in the fluff. We such as a judge in america just walked by. We have to fight this box as a spiritual battle after my all time. The people pushing this vaccine pushing on lockdown wishing this debt aspirin people they work with the devil and people fighting are working on empty. If you're working on we're gonna lose the frog and self you know what i'm gonna get special because well dance uncomfortable. We need to get

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Joy Reid Promotes False Story About Ohio Patients Overdosing on Ivermectin

The Dan Bongino Show

01:56 min | 10 months ago

Joy Reid Promotes False Story About Ohio Patients Overdosing on Ivermectin

"They're falling apart. People are taking horse space diver Mactan Jim overflowing ODS everywhere. Oh, Diz! ALS all over the place. Everyone. Oh, ding! Oh, my God. I took horse piece They Oklahoma hospitals. It's so much so the Rolling Stone story so much so horse Pacers in Oklahoma. That they're not even taking gunshot wounds anymore. Jim, You believe that you walk in You're like I've been shot. What happened? Nine millimeters and chest the bucket to make it hold on. We got a horse paste. Er, there's our Sir Horse Pacer. Come on over a gunshot guy bleeding. I'm collapsed Lung. We'll get to you in a couple hours. Go back home. Take an aspirin. Call me in the morning. Horse Pacers. Come on. So joy Reid is so stupid. She didn't even think to have someone call the hospital. About the horse Basters overdosing Joyce. Too dumb. So Joy, of course, brought the story on her shelf for the umpteenth 1000 time getting completely humiliated because she doesn't follow the Bongino rule. What's the Bongino rule? Anytime you see a stupid story about coronavirus or Donald Trump? It's probably a lie. Wait 72 hours and it will be the bunk. If Joy would apply this rule. If joy would have went right to the police. None of this would have ever happened. She doesn't seem to get that joy. If she would just wait the 72 hours. This kind of stuff wouldn't happen, Jim Play cut. Six. Here's Joy Reid hilariously dolling out the misinformation as she repeats the horse space talks. Check this out, so things are clearly bad. But they're being made even worse by people who have refused to take the vaccine and instead are swallowing horse paste. Emergency room in one rural Oklahoma town is being overwhelmed by people overdosing on ivermectin, the horse deworming medication. It's gotten so bad that gunshot victims gunshot victims are having to wait to be treated. Yeah.

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"aspirin" Discussed on Nutrition Facts with Dr. Greger

Nutrition Facts with Dr. Greger

04:41 min | 10 months ago

"aspirin" Discussed on Nutrition Facts with Dr. Greger

"And cancer so maybe beneficial overall none of these age categories. Only go up to seventy four years old though. That's because the risk of bleeding on aspirin increases steeply with age and so may tip the balance the other way but in younger folks. This data certainly has the research community buzzing the emerging evidence on aspirins cancer protection highlights an exciting time for cancer prevention in light of low dose. Aspirins bully to reduce mortality from both vasko vets and cancer two very notable degree. It's tempting to recommend low dose aspirin. For nearly everybody how aspirin pills even the low doses as propensity to damage the lining of our stomach and intestines increase the risk of gastrointestinal bleeding. This fact may constrain health authorities from recommending astra for the general population recent meta-analyses estimates that just a single year of low dose aspirin. Therapy will induce major gastrointestinal bleeding in one out of eight hundred thirty three people. If only there are way to get the benefits without the risks. The aspirin furniture and isn't just founded willow trees but throughout the plant kingdom. This explains by the active ingredient in aspirin is found normally in the bloodstream. Even people not taking aspirin then drank just one fruit smoothie when an hour and a half year levels ron's one smoothing ain't gonna do it. You have to regularly eaten daily fruit and vegetable consumption but are these kind of aspirin level sufficient to suppress expression of that inflammatory enzyme implicated in cancer growth and spread will using umbilical cords and four skins. Were else. you're gonna get human tissue. They found that even those low levels caused by smoothie consumption significantly suppress expression of the inflammatory enzyme at a genetic level. Well this aspirin. Intern is made by plans. We might expect plant eaters to have higher levels and indeed not only did they find higher blood levels and vegetarians. There's an overlap with people taking aspirin pills some vegetarians at the same level and their blood is people actually taking aspirin. Vegetarians p out as much of the active metabolite of has aspirin as aspirin users. Do just because they're eating so many fruits and vegetables because the anti inflammatory action of aspirin is probably the result of this active ingredient in aspirin salicylic acid in the concentrations of cell silicon us. The scene in vegetarians has been shown to inhibit that. Inflammatory cox enzyme in vitro. It's plausible that dietary solicits may contribute to the beneficial effects of a vegetarian diet. Although they see it seems unlikely. The most able to achieve sufficient to intake of solicits to have a therapeutic efecto. They could certainly eat more fruit and veggies to with effectively. All that aspen flowing through their systems plant eaters must have high ulcer raise right. Aspirin can just chew through our gut but no vegetarians appear to have significantly lower risk of ulcers for both men and women so for the general population by eating plants. Instead of taking aspirin. We may not just get the benefits without the risk. We can get benefits with benefit..

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"aspirin" Discussed on Nutrition Facts with Dr. Greger

Nutrition Facts with Dr. Greger

01:54 min | 10 months ago

"aspirin" Discussed on Nutrition Facts with Dr. Greger

"Salicylic acid. The active ingredient in aspirin has been used for thousands of years as an anti inflammatory painkiller. In the form of willow tree bark extract. Which pocket is used to treat fever until alleviate pain during childbirth. It became trademarked as drug in eighteen. Ninety nine remains to this day probably the most commonly used drug in the world one of the reasons that remained so popular. Despite the fact that we have better painkillers now is that it also acts as a blood thinner. Millions of people. Now take aspirin. On a daily basis to treat or prevent heart disease it all started back in nineteen fifty three with the publication of this landmark. Study in the new england journal of medicine length of life and cause of death in rheumatoid arthritis paper started out with the sense. It has often been said that the way to live long life is to acquire rheumatism. They found fewer deaths than expected from accidents. Which could be explained by the fact that people with arthritis probably aren't out you know going skiing but also significantly fewer deaths from heart attacks. Maybe it was all the aspirin. They were taking for their joins. Those thinning their blood and preventing clots forming in their coronary arteries in their heart. And so in the nineteen sixties. There were calls to study whether aspirin would help those. At risk for blood clots and the nineteen seventies. We got our wish study suggesting regular aspirin intake protects against heart attacks today. The official recommendations that low dose aspirin is recommended for all patients with heart disease but in the general population for those without a known history of heart disease or stroke dealy. Aspirin is only recommended when the heart disease benefits outweigh the risks of

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"aspirin" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life

Acupuncture is my Life

05:24 min | 10 months ago

"aspirin" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life

"Wellness visits because this bleeding okay gastrointestinal bleeding. You can suffer from chronic use of aspirins. you don't to negatively affect impact. You got your core in any way shape before you. Now you have problems with your body. Absorbing the proper nutrition in which it needs to function acupuncture terms.

"aspirin" Discussed on The Plant Path

The Plant Path

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"aspirin" Discussed on The Plant Path

"That's when i'm like okay. We need to like dig in here. A little deeper figure out what's going on. Why are you in pain. Why are you giving these headaches. Uae have been consistently. Take these aspirins or any other type of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug because people shouldn't have to rely on something like aspirin on a consistent basis. It's just not. It's not ideal. So whether taking aspirin alongside willow bark i mean. I don't see why it could not be done. But i would say if someone is happening to take it consistently. There's some work that needs to be done there to figure out. Why are they inflamed right. Because that's ultimately how an aspirin is helping someone feel better is reducing their inflammation. So the question to ask is what's causing the inflammation. And how can we adjust things in their lifestyle and their diet in their habits in whatever it is that they're doing that's leading to that inflammation and tried to remove that root cause and then a cold type headache so so this is a good general. Way of looking at differentiating types of headaches temperature is a really great way to differentiate headaches so a hot type headache is gonna be one that is a sharper pain there's often times a sensitivity to light..

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"aspirin" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"aspirin" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Gangrene I am a part of the doctors didn't have time and because she was denied the vein graft because she was too old it wasn't necessary I would talk about my mother worked out her whole life she was on the treadmill three hours a day with gangrene until two days before they decided to take a leg up she went to the hospital I stayed in the bed next to her to make sure she was bad a blood pressure was taken she got a medicine because the doctors and nurses were simply too overworked to always have time to check on that she had a stroke on Friday afternoon the nurses brought her aspirin aspirin I couldn't find a doctor to actually take a look at her over the weekend can find a doctor until Monday she had a lead taken off despite having a stroke and couldn't talk I was told about the stroke at the good life finally got them to understand you need an MRI she got the MRI half an hour before she passed away my aunt ten minutes after that the doctor can yeah you are right you haven't just talked about putting cash in time if you were to live and this is sadly the norm which socialized medicine this is the norm when you hear Bernie Sanders shouting hope good is right this is the true sadness that accompanies that I thank you so much for sharing that story Chris it's truly sad it's an Odyssey so many elements of it or something that I lived myself here in the United States with my own dad holding his hand until he passed away of a stroke so don't want to put a damper on things but that's Bernie Sanders that's what he wants for America I'm not having it I say hell no to that give us a call one eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one I'm rich now that's with an S. at ridge Valdez on all social media this is the mark of an show will be a little bit in thanks for listening to me on K. and S. T. E. A. M. seven ninety if you own a home especially if.

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"aspirin" Discussed on Curiosity Daily

Curiosity Daily

05:02 min | 2 years ago

"aspirin" Discussed on Curiosity Daily

"Today you learn about a trick for conquering sadness. Sadness how neanderthals may have relieved their pain with a familiar drug and the surprising science and how cows talk to each other. Let satisfy some curiosity or as cows might might say mu that is what they would say. Here's a trick. Next time you feel sad give that sadness sadness a name then give it a personality a physical appearance conversational style and maybe a desire seriously. According to recent research and the Journal consumer psychology thinking of your sadness as a person may help you feel less sad. This is basically an extension of what psychologists have known for a while when faced with something challenging. It's good to think about what you would tell a friend to do. You're likely to be more gentle with yourself. Since you're observing the problem at a distance likewise the study found that individuals asked to think of their sadnesses person reported feeling less sad afterward probably because they were able to increase the distance between themselves and their challenging emotions shins. So let's pretend you're feeling sad because you came across Exxon facebook you say to yourself. The sadness named Gwendolyn is jealous that this person has has moved on why his Gwendolyn shown up. Maybe because she's worried she'll be alone forever then you might be able to respond to your sadness thoughtfully and compassionately instead instead of criticizing yourself for feeling it or doing something impulsive but a word of warning. This strategy is specifically for sadness. It could backfire. If it's used on on positive feelings. The researchers found that imagining your happiness as a person will dilute its effects in the same way which you don't want so watch out you could become too powerful bowl for your own good. The researchers also say they just don't know if the same strategy will work for other feelings like guilt or embarrassment. Those feelings are more involved with a self and detaching might not work likewise depression is a much more complex experience and this strategy might be too simple to tackle it but the bottom line seems to to be that distancing yourself from your feelings can help you process challenging emotions so take a step back give your sadness and name and move through it. Good luck. Yeah Good Luck and we've got your number Gwendolyn Wendelin get Outta here. Gwendolyn apologies. If your name is Gwendolyn and you're listening to this know Gwendolyn were harmed in the making making of this podcast when you have a toothache you probably don't blame it on Gwendolyn. You probably reach for pain medication. And according the scientists guess who else did neanderthals samples from neanderthals dental plaque show evidence that sick neanderthals reached for plants lance that contained the active ingredients in aspirin. Here's the deal. A twenty seventeen in international team performed DNA tests on fossils of neanderthal. Not F- The four fossils they tested were between forty two thousand and fifty thousand years old and they came from two different areas to were from speak cave in Belgium and two were from Elsa Dron Cave in Spain in tests of their dental calculus which the hardened results of plaque buildup they found perhaps unsurprisingly that the neanderthals from Belgium eight a different Diet than those from Spain the first subsisting on woolly rhinoceros. Wild sheep and wild mushrooms delicious with the latter relying on a meat free diet of Pine Nuts Moss. Mushrooms and tree bark mildly last delicious in my opinion. But Hey if you're a vegetarian they go one of the Spanish. NEANDERTHALS was not in good shape. The DNA evidence showed he suffered from a dental abscess and and the intestinal parasite known as micro spirit which causes severe diarrhea. He but not his Spanish companion had been eating a steady diet of love. Poplar poplar contains salicylic acid. which is the active ingredient in? You guessed it aspirin even more surprising. The the fossil also showed signs that he had been eating plants covered in penicillin. Mold the source of the Antibiotic Penicillin. That's right this. Neanderthal may have been using a form of an antibiotic that wasn't developed until forty thousand years later a self medicating neanderthal with knowledge of medicinal plants and their various anti inflammatory and pain relieving properties. That certainly in stark contrast to the rather simplistic view of ancient relatives that exists in the popular immagination nation. You know every time I hear about the diets of neanderthals. It's different which makes sense right because depending on where you are in the world you're going to eat different different things and yet we talk about like Paleo humans as all eating the same like Paleo Diet It's not true. I mean like like some were vegetarians. Some eight a lot of carbs some eight a lot of meat some eight mushrooms and woolly rhinoceros. I WANNA start the woolly Rhinoceros Diet. How about that?.

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"aspirin" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:40 min | 2 years ago

"aspirin" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Ask and ask to aspirin and a glass of water it's two glasses of water into aspirins because we don't have enough water in our system to take apart are medications or to to dismember the chemical content material content of our food and all of these are having impact but the upstream solution is getting not more hydration but better hydration what is what percent of people do you think are dehydrated walking around and they don't even know what well I am a fan of doctors act bush's at triple board certified physician brilliant young physician who's really wow the medical world his specialty is hydration and he says a hundred percent of the people come to see me are dehydrated now I'm not surprised by that because I am an anthropologist looking at the environments that we live in and I know that modern environments whether it's driving in commutes with cars or trains or riding the airplanes or going back into those offices where its duties are very dehydrating environments then we add on top of that now George were using and this is why I think we're even more dehydrated then we were say five years ago or seven years ago with the advent of the cell phone really how come my computer use your cell phone is dehydrating how so well that phone is bringing frequencies into our cells and water is the most sensitive of all the receptors body you're changing the frequency your reorganizing the water molecule and so that it's a big problem plus you know phones are hot computers are hot and then another though so that's two places that they affect this the third place is when we're on the phone we tend to lean forward and our whole spinal canal or synovial fluid to going down our spinal canal is constricted just like a garden hose in fact when we sit and are we are we are so in more in mobile in this society that our whole canal systems our whole inner irrigation our king and not flowing freely as they would if we were standing more often or walking or moving around more than we had a doctor on the program a million years ago I called him doctor Batman and yeah he he wrote a book about this your body's many cries for water yes it's a brilliant tax he was really the create the preeminent pioneer showing that water is the upstream solution when he had no other medications to offer the his fellow prisoners he was unfortunately a victim of unfortunately a victim of the Iranian revolution he was ordered it to be the positions of the prisoners yet he had no recourse to any kind of medications the only thing they had was a water fountain Jeez and he was really able to document how he treated so many different conditions just by improving people's hydration tell us a little bit about the book quench working people get it yes well it's on Amazon it's at any local bookstore would be thrilled to have you there's that we've we wrote it because we are very concerned about not just making people drink more while at the same time recognizing how important high creationists so we put fifty recipes in there of the highest hydrating foods we could come up with and we love sharing knows we just love sharing of storage because their gentle they're nutritious there lovely to eat and they really improve people's mood and their greatness in their alertness they're very ability to receive more life if I can just people no I prefer water at room temperature as opposed to chilled in the refrigerator what do you think that's a good thing in fact the Chinese have a tradition going back thousands.

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"aspirin" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

07:30 min | 3 years ago

"aspirin" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"Aspirin and I don't even know what else to say the energy I mean back in in news in we just keep this is the most waiting by the phone ever yeah gonna somebody else saying can you please working guy fieri well god in today's program what you really do listen hi I'm not going to work up the energy remind you more Duncan for that it it's it requires a lot of energy to do guy fear yeah maybe tomorrow you know like the guy fieri it's really good it's probably my but I'm really getting better at it I've been working on it for the mirror yeah yeah yeah and then the Jimmy Fallon going between the two that's really hard to do I was gonna say I think the whole lot of you it's tough yeah I might it's like more of an end of the show kind of thing you know so I don't did you go to Peoria no I don't have a ride so I think that I didn't get my hot dog go I'm gonna get my hot dog they don't worry don't worry it's gonna happen my lucite died I was getting messages to people personally I ask a question on Twitter what's that place like for and I was talking about describes ended UP I go once a year to Peoria to eat at the drive in that my grandfather used to take me to the my mom grew up with this club lose its in Peoria is nothing special but it everything their tastes good everything their taste better so I was asking people on Twitter what their place was what's that that place that nostalgic spot where you grew up I feel like everybody's got one that you know it may be your grandparents took you your parents took you were set your answer on someone you love you would go there with friends whatever and maybe something special of anyone else went there to be like but for you what is it for you were free hi men I don't even know like your parents didn't take you anywhere like no we grew up on fast food man like there was no like special light where you go to McDonald's okay well yeah I guess a good I don't know like grown up play on the north side importers park there was Jeff's red hots that was like a hot dog place yeah that's what I that's why I first had like a Chicago style hot dog yeah there's Mrs submarine yeah yeah which is not a lot a lot a lot of places that's raised to have RC Cola a lot Kaelin that was it for you growing up in the DC nine was Boston market my mom would always are you serious swear Boston market Boston market because she was a single mom so she you know how to get something quick to try to get you like something to resemble healthy food no mac and cheese no never mind yeah I always felt like that was the better option really well if you go to a shopping center there was like I don't know a bunch of a's but the stuff that was fried and then all the sudden there was like rotisserie chicken I always feel a little better about eating that but I don't know why it's probably no basis for Paulino always your place I think by cheese pizza was the spot because right across street from Kerry which is my high school okay and like I really would go there to get for like slice yeah for I think three you get a whole like big slice of pizza coca Cola yeah and I love how kids would hang out there and it was just like a a did spot to their one is like ditch the certain periods but it was fun you know I think everyone's got that one place and then I got a friend of mine she doesn't show on Mannone access TV some in a cover band in which she in LA she she tweeted me back she grew she I grew up in the same home town Swenson's and the Sugar Bowl were our place is growing up the trees to go the Sugar Bowl and Swenson there is open hers remind Sugar Bowl still open one nice they can generate cream cheese and all exam which is always Swenson's Swenson's was like was it was primarily ice cream but I had a restaurant portion and was just American food like okay I used to eat grilled cheeses there and my grandfather would say to eat grilled cheese and then they have like shakes or whatever there was like a like an old school ice cream parlor and then a restaurant attached to nice I think it was a chain but it can it closed I also love going out to eat with my nana because you let me order her cocktails and for some reason that made me he would order the drinks on her behalf I would be like my nana will have the Merlot like I got so excited to realize I felt like I was being bad yeah they also let me play behind the bar when they would have parties make me a fake cocktail well that's nice yeah yeah well I used to be my grandparents bartender for their friends you're making real date at age eight yeah it was it was in the drapes were all pretty easy to make it was ice in a glass and then for the liquor that's how that's how my grandparents friends like their drinks I use in the glass portal or or no ice you had two choices I yes or no ice and one kind of liquor but I couldn't lingo like meat well I don't know if I knew it I knew it Swiss was my grandfather used to drink his vodka with a twist it was vodka a drop 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"aspirin" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"aspirin" Discussed on KTOK

"Dose aspirin seventy five to a hundred milligrams a day reduces the risk of repeated heart attacks and strokes in patients who have already had one or more events as you just said so immediately the common question would be if we can eliminate or of words stroke or heart attack in a second and third heart attack why would it not be effective in the limit dating the first artist yeah I think that would be a logical question that would be the logical question I wish the medical profession would come to the maybe they have now a combined comment on aspirin because wasn't that the sixties George in the seventies when the experts were advising taking a low dose aspirin to avert a heart as she did that's what it was so this is confusing for a lot of people question track and how do you know they do know how many heart attacks and strokes in gastro intestinal believes happened to patients they have no way of knowing how many hundreds of thousands or millions over the years have a verdict that heart attack or stroke because of a SA L. Peter professor Peter of rough while lead author of the university of Oxford said aspirin was causing twenty thousand believes annually including mostly gastro intestinal believes and causing at least three thousand deaths now there are more affected blood thinners than aspirin but there are extremely expensive four hundred and fifty four dollars a month for eloquence so if you're going to stop your aspirin therapy do it don't do it cold Turkey do it with your physician good point Christian Christians website Mar hard book dot com and of course he's the one that comes up with a great to Merrick with his to Merck research project my heart book dot com up next ready Silva back with us and coast to coast with his latest work the missing lands on cover innards pre flood civilization he's next with us on coast to coast AM.

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"aspirin" Discussed on Podcast 42

Podcast 42

04:45 min | 3 years ago

"aspirin" Discussed on Podcast 42

"Beatson bats what the aspirin doing year. I asked him to play my intro. So. Not about some worst of Modane needed only book boats. What kind of you know? This shower caulk smash Ozzy Osborne. Oh, you shine on the. Yeah. President don't miss you can't give me a Butch. What you big room so show on here Ozzy. Let me skirt you off the stage. I heard you say you're prints. Do you need a bodyguard noticing? Shala. Yes, Sharon, please hot little frayed of crazy train man. Okay. Tony, please. Take state. Thank you. How when I was told they were going to be honored me and they started telling me all the names of the people that are going to be here. A host truly touched one of the mazing group. Apparently none of them were able to make it here tonight, though. It was great. Having everyone here tonight all the laps drinks. And the reminders wide drink. I like to thank everyone. That's been here for me throughout the years. All the many groups. I've been a part of the adventures, west coast vendors, the mighty avengers, the new avengers. They all have one thing in common. Yeah. We know the word of injure, okay? Do things in common the name and me three things of you count. The amount of scotch that was gone through peasantry.

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"aspirin" Discussed on You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen

You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen

03:40 min | 3 years ago

"aspirin" Discussed on You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen

"And I'll give you some great news that hit me out of left field. Lawler versus t would. Okay, I'm in. I like the match I liked it. The first time that it happened. I fully admitted after the first time it happened that needs to happen again. Right. Robbie lawler. Just lost a world championship from eating one. Big punch. I wonder what would happen in that fight head. He nod eating that punch. What if we would have got some minutes and some exchanges? I don't know. I don't know the answer. But I do remember thinking a rematch should be kind of cool. Not only did not happen. I don't believe it was even discussed. I don't remember it being discussed Robbie Lawler. Most certainly wouldn't be demanded. He's just not that guy. Gimme whoever you got whoever you want. And yes, sure would like to see that that rematch. Come someday. That's just that's just going to be lawler's approach tyrant certainly not going to be calling for. He just wanted championship. He's looking for some new blood. He's looking to go onto defense. So whatever happened there, we never got that rematch. Now when you talk about getting that rematch now sure the championships not on the line. But we now are going to get to see some of those minutes and some of those exchanges. The reason it caught me from left field. I thought aspirin was fighting Robbie Lawler and many of us pushed back on that not because we don't acknowledge that first one was worthy of being seen again had plenty of controversy. Not because that neither fighter really said. Hey, I want to do that again. In fact, aspirin said the other. He goes, I'm not I'm not interested in doing again. I don't want to do it. The first time I got all sorts of guys left. And right. I'm seeing around here that I wanna fight Robbie was never one of them. But he's a great fighter is a former world champion, and they asked me to do it. I you know to great one to get done with. But once we get done, I want some fresh blood okay fair. But who who goes where I like your idea, Ben? Forgive me, a better one. All right. I think in many ways Lawler t would satisfies exactly what aspirin Lawler was going to satisfy in that it was one of those matches that you sat back and you wash you know, what I'd like to see that again a little bit for different reasons. But had this weird scenario not happened. I wonder how long this match what have gone, and I wonder who it would have favored, and I wonder what have been closer. Would it be around for this guy in around for that guy? Now, we gotta really keep our eye on the third. There was just a curiosity around it. I think that this satisfies it. But the other thing that it does is it opens up a door for Ben aspirin. Where's he going to go it appears that he with it appears please he wanted Darren till Darren till got surprised by George. Mas vidal. So perhaps it would appear that aspirin and MAs Vidal get lined up. There seems to be a level of that that makes sense and when faced with that and then faced with the. Question that I just posted. A you guys of if not that idea give me a better. I don't know that I have one I will tell you a few months ago, I wasn't really clamor to see Mazda versus aspirin. I also wasn't fully aware of Mazda was going to stay in the one seventy pound class wasn't aware of Mazda. Vidal for shore was going to get by former number one contender and intimidate was just a lot of moving parts before you're ever sit back and sink your teeth into this MAs Vidal aspirin sandwich here. But now that Woodley and now that lawler's names rof the board now that UIs men and covington's names are off the board. You start to only have so many pieces on the chess table here. I would predict for you guys the fight will at least be offered it would need to then be accepted. But I think it will be offered. I think the winds are very comfortably. And I'm confident telling you guys they're going to blow in the direction of trying to get MAs Vidal and aspirin in there with one another. And I'd like to know what you guys think would like to know what you think..

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"aspirin" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"aspirin" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Come on. Go. So. Hey. Oh. Draw? That's pretty good. That's up there. Saghir? What? That was quality. Did he know joy clearly? Your own. The pay. Higher. Stop by. Zone as. Failed the test. Joy. Okay. Aspirin depends what he.

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"aspirin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"aspirin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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"aspirin" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

04:20 min | 3 years ago

"aspirin" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

"And after that got traded essentially for. Ben aspirin, the aforementioned than aspirin and will be debut in for one championship on March thirty first those Kerr's how he saw all the action on on January nineteenth in Brooklyn how he felt about it all and also about the state of the division that he made famous that he carried for all those years as I said earlier briefly starting to hear that a lot of fighters are being told essentially this coming off a loss. One twenty five there's a very good chance that there isn't a home for you. If you're coming off a win you have the option to go up to one thirty five or you can fight things out a one twenty five essentially until you lose. But it does seem as slowly. But surely they are going to start phasing out the division that seems to be what a lot of people are telling me right now, it's going to be very interesting to see what they do. With Henry pseudo if they do in fact grant him that immediate rematch against TJ dillashaw, if it's at one thirty five that feels to me like an indication. That the the flyweight days are numbered. I know a lot of people said that Dana White's. Sort of you know, his approach being non committal about the future of of of the division leading up to the fight. And then, of course, not coming out and saying what he wanted to do after the fight was a sign that. The flyway days were numbered. They have yet to come out and say, but I'm starting to hear louder and louder. Talk. If you will that it does seem like the days are numbered for the flyweight. So I'm curious to hear what J has to say about all that. And then we shall say goodbye, no Poche show this week. But New York, Rick, and I will be back in your life later on this week. He will be on the reporters. So I'm sure a lot of you are very said about that the brand new MMA reporters podcast that you could subscribe on this very feed if you are listening to this via itunes near creeks going to be on there. We'll catch up with him. So don't worry and reminder that we're back on ESPN two one AM eastern late night. Technically early Wednesday morning. Ten PM Pacific. If you're on the west coast choose day. All right. So I do think that we are connecting with one Dimitrius Johnson. I do think that he's going to be joining us, and it's a big deal for DJ to be joining us via Skype because he's a very busy man, but I coerced into doing this via Skype, and so let's say Hello to the longest reigning champion in UC history. The one and only mighty house. He is DJ. How are you doing it from the gym pen creation? Oh, Matt Hume? How are you, sir? How are you? He's. Yes. And your stand. We'll never come on my show. I tried to get him on the show of time. This the one and only time I could get him. Thank you for doing that. You're welcome. You're welcome DJ. How's it going longtime? No, speak in great. Great to see you. I feel like I never get to see you. He's been busy working with Japan. And you know, they're my competition. Okay. So we'll get to that in a second. But first, I'm going to talk to you about what happened last last Saturday to Saturday's go in Brooklyn. Did you watch the fight live Henry's who don't TJ they'll show the first you have see flyway title that didn't involve you. I do not. I was busy filming with Roussy Roussy. What who's? Oh, man. You guys are looking up. He's basically eight-year-old said Daphne's, his, you know, idol is through sleet, and so he's paying doing work believe and doing Kharafi martial art is hotel life. So these are stunning. Okay. So you didn't watch live. Have you seen it since? It's a very short fight. Have you seen the fight since I've seen via Instagram? Yes. Because it can't fit in the one minute. What'd you think of the stoppage? You know, it's almost like it is what it is. Right. I mean, obviously drop before and its previous spicy coating Ola. And I think it's up to the replica. It says decision though, obviously he felt that it was right to stop eating feet taking more damage, and is what it is. Okay. Don't give me the DJ media answer here..

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"aspirin" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

04:20 min | 3 years ago

"aspirin" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

"And after that got traded essentially for. Ben aspirin, the aforementioned than aspirin and will be debut in for one championship on March thirty first those Kerr's how he saw all the action on on January nineteenth in Brooklyn how he felt about it all and also about the state of the division that he made famous that he carried for all those years as I said earlier briefly starting to hear that a lot of fighters are being told essentially this coming off a loss. One twenty five there's a very good chance that there isn't a home for you. If you're coming off a win you have the option to go up to one thirty five or you can fight things out a one twenty five essentially until you lose. But it does seem as slowly. But surely they are going to start phasing out the division that seems to be what a lot of people are telling me right now, it's going to be very interesting to see what they do. With Henry pseudo if they do in fact grant him that immediate rematch against TJ dillashaw, if it's at one thirty five that feels to me like an indication. That the the flyweight days are numbered. I know a lot of people said that Dana White's. Sort of you know, his approach being non committal about the future of of of the division leading up to the fight. And then, of course, not coming out and saying what he wanted to do after the fight was a sign that. The flyway days were numbered. They have yet to come out and say, but I'm starting to hear louder and louder. Talk. If you will that it does seem like the days are numbered for the flyweight. So I'm curious to hear what J has to say about all that. And then we shall say goodbye, no Poche show this week. But New York, Rick, and I will be back in your life later on this week. He will be on the reporters. So I'm sure a lot of you are very said about that the brand new MMA reporters podcast that you could subscribe on this very feed if you are listening to this via itunes near creeks going to be on there. We'll catch up with him. So don't worry and reminder that we're back on ESPN two one AM eastern late night. Technically early Wednesday morning. Ten PM Pacific. If you're on the west coast choose day. All right. So I do think that we are connecting with one Dimitrius Johnson. I do think that he's going to be joining us, and it's a big deal for DJ to be joining us via Skype because he's a very busy man, but I coerced into doing this via Skype, and so let's say Hello to the longest reigning champion in UC history. The one and only mighty house. He is DJ. How are you doing it from the gym pen creation? Oh, Matt Hume? How are you, sir? How are you? He's. Yes. And your stand. We'll never come on my show. I tried to get him on the show of time. This the one and only time I could get him. Thank you for doing that. You're welcome. You're welcome DJ. How's it going longtime? No, speak in great. Great to see you. I feel like I never get to see you. He's been busy working with Japan. And you know, they're my competition. Okay. So we'll get to that in a second. But first, I'm going to talk to you about what happened last last Saturday to Saturday's go in Brooklyn. Did you watch the fight live Henry's who don't TJ they'll show the first you have see flyway title that didn't involve you. I do not. I was busy filming with Roussy Roussy. What who's? Oh, man. You guys are looking up. He's basically eight-year-old said Daphne's, his, you know, idol is through sleet, and so he's paying doing work believe and doing Kharafi martial art is hotel life. So these are stunning. Okay. So you didn't watch live. Have you seen it since? It's a very short fight. Have you seen the fight since I've seen via Instagram? Yes. Because it can't fit in the one minute. What'd you think of the stoppage? You know, it's almost like it is what it is. Right. I mean, obviously drop before and its previous spicy coating Ola. And I think it's up to the replica. It says decision though, obviously he felt that it was right to stop eating feet taking more damage, and is what it is. Okay. Don't give me the DJ media answer here..

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