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Peaks and Tides Sonoma Coast Chardonnay 2018
"Stay home. Cheap wine fighter dot com summit again with another. Why Review. In kind of a companion podcast for wine picked up all. All he's been. Doing well lately and this one's called. Let me grab the bottle so I don't screw it up. Peaks in tied. Sonoma's coach Chardonnay Twenty, eight, eighteen. And peaks and tides kind of. Describes the SONOMA's coast. Ava that's. mainly. A Boutique area that specializes in Chardonnay and new are. It's up along the coast. It's In between coastal mountains it's cold. There's not a lot of huge vineyards in there. It's more boats tiki their commercial vineyards within a big. But it's. Really good growing area. And I want to a snow coast trade event a few years back. and kind of picked up gossip I. Think I would call it because it'd be wine reps and then there would be winemakers and they were kind of upset. That when the SONOMA's coast Aba was set, their boundaries are set up. Some of the bigger. Huge actually. Well established. Literally connected wineries and Wine Corpse. Kinda got the the boundaries moved to cover the Russian river eastward just to cover some of the bigger properties. And the guys kind of upset and I just noticed that Petitioned to have a western SONOMA'S COAST AV A. Now I don't know what the problem is because even the Russian river ones those are really high on liner isn't really good wines. I. Don't get what the problem is. You know maybe it's a small guy versus little guy I don't know. But, that's what they were doing and they were seemed to be all upset about it. So you know that's just gossip me sitting here with a glass by hand listening to winemaker stock. So this is a SONOMA's coast Chardonnay. If you check out your Google look. The the town in the back they said peaks and tides made it. I don't know if there is a pig's entites company, but you can figure out who the winemaker might or the liner or one of their entities might be. It's not a foolproof method of who the biggest Winery in town is, but it usually gives you a good clue. GonNa take a sip of this one. This is a really good nine, ninety, nine Chardonnay. It's got some oaken full Benatti huge amount. Let's got this kind of honey rounded thing going on it's got all sorts of flavors. I mean I got banana and pineapple. Meyer. Lemon and NAPA grapefruit and you've got on least salty thing. It's got some lemon. Vanilla cream. It tastes good. It smells great. It's got a great enrollment to I was Kinda digging that. So for ninety nine in any don't expect all these displays, these wines. So haphazardly that you you know. You don't have an expectation just by looking though this label and this line they also have a pretty good Cabernet. Sauvignon thing that I thought it's up. You know I'm not sure about that one. The packaging looks like it could be any kind of retail brand in back of genes fine. And it tastes good really good at for ten bucks and can delivers maybe over delivers. Ten Bucks will buy you a good Chardonnay out as ten twelve dollars you can you really, really good. But this is to in itself storebrand again, all these been kind of kick in some but I kind of liken it.
"benatti" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast
"So the basically just sitting in libraries and private collections around the world waiting to be translated, but you have to learn the ancient, language first before they can be translated. Yeah. And part of that also is when for example, if you read Benatti, which has been translated for us, courtesy of Ben dykes he will refer to a variety of sources. And so one of the ways this has happened in somebody's like, oh, we'll Banotti's referencing Masha llah here. And then if you're interested investing, you're like, oh, is there. Translation masha. Nobody's done that. And that's, that's also part of how it happens. Of course they're found in those collections but. Yeah. But the their people know that they just haven't been translated yet. Yeah. Exactly. Yeah. Are. So that's the it's the quick answer to that question. You guys really liked to this question. Right. Did you wanna read it the next? So this is from Leslie Cohen to stuff this one up via Email. Can you clarify how it is determined? Which planet is separating or plying, there was there was more to this question. But this is basically the gist of it in terms of movement with aspects. Sure. Yeah. We both teach on this. So you probably have a beauty. Right. So okay, it would be the. All right. So. I don't know why this is hilarious interaction, maybe it is. I don't know. Anyway. So we have aspects and then we have an orb, right? So the Tryon is in an ideal world. One hundred twenty degrees, most trains are not ideal might be five off in one direction and other seven or over long or however far you allow, and so if the if the aspect would have been perfect, you know, several days before then. Oh, then it's departing or it's separating. They had the, the aspect already become perfect. And now it's decaying where it's moving on. And if it's let's say it's filed to let's say the moon is at four degrees Sagittarius in Jupiter's at ten degrees deteriorates, then that's an applying aspect because the moon is moving into conjunction with Jupiter, always faster than Jupiter. Right. And so if it's if in a given chart, that aspect is going to be complete in the future after the chart, it's applying. And then if. Already happened. But you still got some, some love from whatever that angle is that separating. And that's sort of a fundamental piece of aspects that I think is sort of becoming part of the new curriculum, but wasn't it wasn't in any of the wasn't emphasized in any of the books that I had sort of growing up in astrology? I know I teach that and you teach. And Chris, I know you teach that as well. But it didn't use to be standard for whatever reason when I was taught us all I did not get taught I in the modern western apply in separating. I mean, I think the tricky thing with figuring out whether which planet is separating applying. It's the foster moving planet will either be doing the separating the applying the challenges to work out of the two planets in the Specht, which one is foster up at the time, and there's a general guideline, like the moon will always be fast off, then everything if you have a vein ass- like a moon, Venus aspect. Normally the moon would be sorry. Beg your pardon hang on. We need different example. Yeah. Mercury anything because mercury's normally quicker except when it stationing. It's not when it's not yet and that's the challenges, you have to double check the actual speed of the planet on the day. And then yeah. The degree factor if the foster moving planet has lower degree than the one it's applying to moving to. And so the interpretive value is, is this something that's building. Or is it something that just occurred that were, you know processing? Right. And so we talked about this, whether I should use my teaching algae. So for those of you have taken my classes, you you'll remember this video. So I use punched in the face as my teaching metaphor..
The “Identity Politics” Debate Is Splintering the Left
"Liberals splintering, how often have you heard about the defections and departures from the left end of the liberal party spectrum while in fact, the major defections attacking place on the right side of the coalition parties and the splintering, well, that's Lockley to have a legislative impact. Remember in twenty sixteen nearly a million conservatives could not stomach, Malcolm Turnbull. So they voted for alternative parties and deed, many lifelong liberals even preference lineup and that nearly cost the coalition office after being in power for only one term and one of the major bell grounds in the upcoming. Newsouth whilst election will be that for the house after mosh Twenty-three mono- on the rot. They luckily to hold the balance of power, so as the liberal national coalition, increasingly. Splinters? What's the objective of one nation, the Liberal Democrats, and the Australian conservatives Mark life is one nation candidate for the New South Wales up house? He's also a former federal labor later. Great to have you back on between the law and mock, thanks very much. Tom Corey Benatti is leader of the Australian conservatives and Senator he's a former liberal holiday Corey very good and David limbic is the newly elected liberal Democratic Party member in the Victorian legislative council. Welcome to the program, David hot, Tom NASA. Now, let's start with how each of you got to where you are now, politically and philosophically Mark your former vigil, I believe throughout the two thousand four election campaign. You were the darling of the metropolitan sophisticates a few years ago you join the L D P. Now, you're a one nation candidate for the New South Wales up a house. How do you can't your audio odyssey? Well, there are many issues, Tom, but I think generally. I would think that I've stayed pretty well stabling terms of minority logical position. Join the live party forty years ago, because I had a great believe in meritocracy that if we provide good social and economic opportunities for people and pick jobs promotions roles in society based on merit. We could have the good society that would be a genuine social democratic objective. And I still believe in that tonight, forty years lighter meritocracy, whereas unfortunately, live or another lift of Santa parties have moved to a system of identity politics, which instead of judging H individual on their merit. They work ethic that community contribution there night quality as an individual. They judging them on rice, gender and sexuality and these categories. I believe our betrayal of the ideals that people like Whitlam and hawks it for the live party, by diner, tree, social, democracy and social Justice. It's really. My opposition to identity politics that has seen me arrive in one nation, but it's more that live as moved to the left. They've very much allied green party and as long as they johnke meritocracy and embrace identity politics. They weren't have more support. Not I think they'll achieve their objects. What Ronald Reagan said when he left the Democrats joined the Republicans, he said, I didn't leave my party my party, lift me, well to some extent, but I think most people would acknowledge over the past dick item in particular politics. China fundamentally there's been a collapse in the quality of leadership since the defeat of the Howard government twelve years ago, the embrace of identity issues led to a transformation on I this is an example. But who would have thought in the news, we have this week that significant number of employees would be leaving the British live party on the grounds of racism and anti semitism story. And it just shows you the. Impact of identity politics is in fact, a new form of racism practiced by the lift and for me, that's the part of the beliefs. I had decades ago and the beliefs I still today
"benatti" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Our patients have separate from fell back next surgeries at other facilities Benatti succeeds where others fell AM Tampa Bay is streaming on your Amazon echo. Just say Alexa, wake me up to nine. Seventy WFL. A every day at six AM. Here's why I'm leaning towards the idea that the FBI never thought this dossier was real I don't think they're stupid. They knew it was unverified. They knew it had been uncorroborated that it could not be corroborated. I think that these people McCabe Komi struck strokes Merck pay think people were corrupt as all get out. But I do not believe they were stupid. I think they knew this thing was Bs, and I think they knew it came from the Hillary campaign. And I think they knew it came from fusion GPS because the guy was wired into the FBI as was one of the guy if the FBI's wives wired in future GPS, but having everybody think they believed the dossier kinda let you go lax on the idea they used to spot while you can't blame on Russia. They really. Believed in it makes sense that they would go lied to the Pfizer court to get a warrant spy. So they have to say they believed that no no amount of persuasion is gonna make me think they did. And look at how successful the Steele dossier has been you think it's a joke, and it's laughing laughable matter because it was all Bs. But hang on. I'll explain in a moment. You need to know. This is News Radio. L A an iheartradio station. Good afternoon. I'm Steve hall. Our top story.
"benatti" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Procedures Alfred Benatti MD once again, your host, Kimberly, Brunell, Benatti and co host Ethan euchre and Jack staff, quite honestly, I have no idea. What topic we're going to discuss because there were a pile of topics and well let let's just spin the Wayland find out. Let's look at what's new in medicine today, featuring Alfred Benatti MD doc is giving me the stink eye. What are you got cooking dot stink? Now. Something that that really. I discuss several times in my life in a different way in the hospitals. And this is should be a patient limit per, nurses, should nurses have a patient limit as to how many they work with and work on helping you. Are you going to dinner to take care every day? Right. So this is a big conflict the conflict is. The human personality. In any type of decision making over his abilities. So must choose his tried to follow the indications that happen in California. And everybody thinks that something happened in California. You know, his crap. Because it's the Democrats trying to put some garbage on the system. Tell us how you really feel the vessel work, right, usually, well, and it's tremendous cost costly. And he's really doesn't have any any any results in a different results. So mustard uses follow that in create what they call the patient safety act. What is really this is a sign nurse. To a patient, but how many patients in nurse can take care. So what they do is they they look at the hospital, and they say okay for intensive care one patient with one nurse. Okay. I really think that is fair because an intensive care is where the problems can.
"benatti" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"A service of the Benatti spine institute a coalition of ministers asks for calm as the state attorney's office reviews a fatal police shooting in lakeland cop shot and killed seventeen year old Michael Taylor Wednesday. When police say he tried to run down an officer in what they believed to be a stolen car. The Reverend Eddie lake of the new Bethel AME church. Also urges witnesses to come forward. We stand in solidarity to ensure that every voice will be heard with God's help. We will make it through this together. Taylor's death. Has prompted protests as lakeland police chief Larry Giddens maintains that his officers fired in self defense, and to protect the nearly two hundred people gathered at the scene a crash between a cargo van and a motorcycle in Odessa had the results you'd expect state troopers say that the van driven by Gino clergy pulled onto state road. Fifty four from a story in Parkway and into the path of your Harley Davidson riding on fifty four that happened at about five o'clock last night, the bike had two people on it. And the crash killed the rider fifty year old John Valentine and left. His passenger fifty four year old Diane MIR in critical condition Claridge whose Fifty-seven could face charges gas prices go lower AAA says they fall in more than sixty cents a gallon since mid October but auto club group spokesman Josh Carrasco says enjoy it now OPEC will soon cut production. Really it might take several weeks or even months for those OPEC cuts to come into play the price in the bay area. Runs about two eight a gallon. But about seventy percent of station, sell it for below two bucks, a su-. Nami hit Florida nothing like what? Recently struck Indonesia and not from an earthquake or volcanic. This went in south west Florida came from meteorological effects, scientists call it a Medio sue NAMI and say, it's quite rare. But it's still forced beachgoers to run from the incoming waves. Victoria mentioned join those running for higher ground in Naples. I just heard someone behind.
"benatti" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Dr Alfred Benatti let's look at what's new in medicine today, featuring Alfred Benatti ending. Alright. So why don't you tell us about this whole telemedicine? I I don't like it. Why I don't know. Maybe because I don't have enough knowledge what they do. But you know, I really think the interaction of the doctor and the patient. Yes, is the way you solve problems, right? What do really telemedicine is? I think it's a business that they are trying to capture a market of eighteen billion dollars per year in the country might sound stupid to you doc, but there's probably people listening who don't know what that is what I'm going to describe. All right. It's just only when the there's going to be an interaction of the doctor and the patient through all of the equipment and video equipment. Cher. Teletext? You don't you? Don't you the people who's put in sync together? They we keep walking in medicine. The next wave to some type of. Very poorly type of fame medical healthcare in the stick to stick to emphasize in create better doctors where creating worst doctors in the state to get the responsible behaviors from the physicians to the patient wet-leasing irresponsible behaviors over physicians right to the creating other type of quoting quote, pseudo doctors medical providers being called medical providers, and then decreasing the quality of the education of the level of a nurse. And then the next thing that happens is these people are going to be imply in this. We start to see situations on the on the market. They are very close to this behavior. And that is the issues companies companies right now deciding. How you gonna practice medicine who is going to be treated who's not going to be treated in the people who stop in this is nurses, nurses are being higher to discuss with doctors. And then they put some doctors they are too old or not practicing medicine already or very poor physicians. They cannot survive on the competitive feel like like. I mean in a competitive in the market. Representatives to discuss with the treating physicians how physicians treat the patients. So this television reminds me very very much to Sunray that's a commercial behavior. And look what's going to happen is going to be is going to be a situation where the benefits that they clean. The I'm going to reach more people the going to they say they're going to decrease the cost of medicine. That these all elements that they talk about the medicines too expensive himself. They need to decrease it. They never work. They always working the benefit of this new companies that they create a lot of wealth based on this. And then the patient and the doctor they get the chef boy in the way, I look at it, as, you know, pretty soon it's like there's not going to be just normal human contact anymore. It's well why have a face to face when I can talk to you on the phone. Well, how many times have you spoken to somebody on the phone? Attention is diverted somewhere else, and you can have them half listening. That's what's going to happen. And then you're going to go from there, take it one step further, and you guys may laugh, but I mean, there could be like a Tele medicine text, and that's going to be the next thing texture symptoms and your doctor's gonna oh, here's what I think you have. And it's going to take that patient doctor relationship. You're going you're going very far. But you're right is going to happen that because BT seconds is going to be is going to be driven by money. Yes. No, the trouble is remembered medical school. What you learn is physical examination. Right. Okay. The the study of the patient require observation you need to look at the color of the skin.
"benatti" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Dr Alfred Benatti now, it's our pleasure to welcome. Our next guest to the show he burst onto the national scene. Shortly after Donald Trump was elected president in two thousand sixteen being named the White House communications director. Please welcome Anthony Scaramucci whose latest book is titled Trump the blue-collar president. Thank you for being here. Anthony, kimberly. Thanks so much for having me on. I appreciate it. We love having you the mood. We got a lot of stuff to talk about including your book, but real quick the midterms. Obviously the biggest news of the week as of this taping Florida's still in a huge recount controversy. What were your thoughts on some of the results? Was there a Blue Wave like they were talking about? Well, let me let me talk specifically about Florida for a second. So obviously dating back to two thousand you know, there's a elections slash controversy around Florida the counting of the votes there. So hopefully, this thing gets resolved where have to citizens of Florida don't feel that the other half decisions ripped off so to speak. So I don't know which way it's going, but I hope it gets resolved in a way or if you feel like it's legit. That's the worst thing that can happen in our democracies questioning those things, but more broadly, you know, you've got a mixed bag for the president. But the Trump train if you like Trump, the Trump trade is still booming. See see beheaded the Senate because he's got likely one possibly two more supreme court appointments that he's gonna make the back half of his term. And he's picked up more seats in the Senate, which I think is going to be very beneficial to him. He's also going to want to ratify a potential deal trade deal with China. The do Canadian Mexican trade deal all of which goes through the Senate. So that's the benefit of the president. If the house starts to use these investigatory and Cepeda powers that will be a disaster for the president also for the country because it will just slow it slow everything down, the house would be better served trying to come up with a bipartisan Bill on either immigration or infrastructure, and that sort of the point of my book serve the blue collar people. Whether you're democrat or Republican just be better for the country at thirty years. Those people have not felt an advocate. That's why they gravitated towards President Trump. I'm going gonna ask you a question. Really? I don't understand. How is possible that the country has these situations? Such bad information that still people are voting for Democrats when they had absolutely no plan to help the country. They have no idea what they are doing. The only thing that they're trying to lose power. The very poor representation of human quality of people in the house of representatives. How how is possible that the democratic group not the legislators, but the democratic people in the country is so poorly inform that they don't understand that the killing themselves in any type of progress for the country that go into this cooling the healthcare. And it's gonna affect the future earnings in the future jobs, and they vote for these people. We don't really knowledge is knowledge why the voting well, the first thing I want to get your resume because I want to be the decks cops directorate. It lasts longer than the eleven days..
"benatti" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Inventor of the Benatti spy procedures. Alfred Benatti MD once again, your host, Kimberly. Brunell Benatti and co host Ethan euchre and Jeff wack staff. Thank you so much for listening to American medicine today. I am Kimberly. Brunell Benatti joined by my friends, Ethan, euchre pleasure to be here. Yes. Jeff wag staff. Hey, pay and world renowned orthopedic surgeon. Dr Alfred Benatti now, there's an ongoing national debate in healthcare industry over whether nurse practitioners can stand in or even replace medical doctors. And joining us right now is Dr Steven Merrin who was actually fired from his job with the United community health center in Arizona over an op Ed piece that he wrote about this very topic. Thank you for joining us. Dr merrin. Thank you. I'm pleased to be here, Dr Barron. I know there's a lot to get into. And we don't have a ton of time. So why don't you just jump right into a talk about the op Ed piece. However, you approach to write this piece what the backlash was and why it led to your termination, sure? Well, actually, I noticed an article in my local paper entitled the doctor's not in these two Welby, and it really told the story of two new nurse practitioners. But basically presented the claims that being phased out and nurse practitioners can really step in to fill that void or still a void where doctors are lacking. Perhaps in rural areas and do pretty much everything that a physician can do the same results and. I decided to post a comment to the online version of that article very light comment saying that certainly they do have their place, I work with their structure Shinners, I like them they're great to work with, but they don't totally replace physicians. It's a different profession. It's a different outlook on the problems. That are being addressed the editor of the newspaper knows me because I write a health call to the newspaper and said, hey, why don't you weigh in on this which I did in the op-ed? I just elaborated a bit more just explained at the different that they certainly did have a role that they were excellent patient education at monitoring or establish chronic conditions, but doing diagnosis and prescribing treatment, that's really part and parcel of physicians job. That's what we do. In medicine, and it doesn't it doesn't matter. If you you're calling it advance nursing, and they do tend to call it advanced arcing one of the arguments made as well. We're not claiming to be physicians. We are. Tactics nurses, or healthcare providers? Medical providers. The new generic term, right? Referred to themselves as the dance. Practice nursing. Anyway, I was called in on my day off just a few days later. The CEO of the organization Dr Rudolfo event is told me that they were going with the option terminating by contract. Dr Mary not to interrupt what what was the ba-. I mean, obviously, they got some backlash from people who were pretty peo- about this article that you wrote did they ever explain to you who was upset about this not exactly no organization doesn't fly number nurse practitioners. And so I asked well what's going on? Why am I being terminated said? Well, your article stands in opposition to the principle of mutual respect, which is one of the principles of our organization. So I was out on my year. See much, I call it being given the bum's rush. Yeah. After ten and a half years of pretty. Above and beyond a service to the organization volunteered to work on Saturdays. I work evenings. I call my patients after hours to make sure they were getting all the treatment because you told the truth. Yes. Yes. What surprised me after I won't this article even before I got fired. I got a ton of supportive comments from physicians only were the country this article, it just appeared Mike little local newspaper, some older, right? I I understand what you're saying. But I think you're not guilty of this situation. This situation is his socialistic medicine created by the bigger industry of healthcare that is in shambles. And the problem that we have is that we have no representations by American Medical Association. If this thing happened to you and American Medical Association would be really an institution that will defend physicians. This thing will be brought to court and that facility will be close and the executive will be fire in this tuition that we need to push. I'm not radical individual. I really think I am an individual who tried to see what is lawful in. What is not and this situation here in medicine, the abused to the physicians is so incredible. And he's going in all directions is going in direction with the abuse of the insurance company is going to the direction that the legal system is going in the direction of executives hired physicians. They shouldn't hire a physician we never shoot allowed to be higher. We should be allowed to be independent practitioners working an institution. If you are a hospital. So you make the decisions in your own life. Are the time the U release that the responsibility of yourself to be independent you're going to be constantly persecuted. By by a community of individuals who tried to produce more money creating. Fake type of medicine. These should be Panish legally because when you put the nurse to be able to do hill care that is with no the level of knowledge that supposed to exist to serve a patient. Not only you're putting that patient in danger. But the same time you are miserable present in the service. And that is the problem, I entirely I entirely agree with you, Dr Bernardi the physicians do need to be independent. They're thinking, and they need to be supported by other physicians. Yes. Yes. Needs to be supported by the American Medical Association. All we need to create another association who is going to defend us because enough is enough. The insurance company has had tremendous amount of problems with that one thing I wanted very quickly. If I if I could just add on because I think this is very relevant to the points that you're making is another person who supported me who express support with actually a professor nurse practitioner, a PHD nurse practitioner who teaches nurse practitioners. And she told me, do you know, what my graduates are telling me, they don't feel comfortable. They don't feel prepared that they're just being pushed out there. How in the hell are you gonna go? You be comfortable when you have two years of training in in seven years of training. This is absolutely outrageous. There's something else that's concerning in the right up. It says that not all nurse practitioners have doctorates. However, some of those who do hold nursing doctorates will refer to themselves as Dr during patient encounters, thereby confusing and implying that their full medical practitioners. Yes. And this actually stands in contrast to one of the arguments that the American Association of nurse practitioner makes is that they're not encroaching on medicine. They're not claiming their physicians practicing advance nursing, well, if you're making doing diagnosis and treatment, stating your doctor practicing medicine crab practicing medicine, they differentiate. Themselves. Actually, I I have listened to way interesting program on K J, Z, Z, Phoenix, Arizona. Okay. It was about nurse practitioners. And actually, they real. It was a very one program. They only interview nurse practitioners. They interviewed one particular professor in nursing school in Arizona named Denise link who was asked. Well, what do you do that's different, and what physicians do and she said, well, you know, the physician walk into the room based on what the is written. And it just says, okay? I know exactly what you've got. And here's your treatment in the nurse practitioner, walks in and says, how can I help you? How can I help you? They have a holistic empathetic approach now to be as a physician that's beat besides being very insulting. It's just not true because we have traditions are very very interested in the whole patient. We do look beyond the disease. Yeah. I look at the patients environment. Made personally I saw special effort to make sure that all these not exactly medical aspects of the patient's life that could be affecting his treatment. Right. Would be addressed. So that doesn't differentiate them empathetic or they know they they are. They are practicing medicine in especially if they get you betcha you DNR. Uh-huh. Doctor of nurse or DNP on sorry. Doctor nurse, right, right? They can do and two years. Correct. And they're using those republics. Certainly are. And they're using them. They're using them as doctors in the VA is now the medicine of nurse practitioners replacing doctors and the one big distinguisher is twenty thousand hours versus two hundred thousand hours. There's your big distinguisher. Thank you so much..
"benatti" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
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"benatti" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Alfred Benatti Andy once again, your host, Kimberly, Brunell, Benatti and co host Ethan euchre, and Jeff wax staff. Thank you so much for joining us on American medicine today. I am Kimberly Benatti joined by Ethan euchre, the missing Jeff wag staff. He's here in spirit, and Dr Granada thank you for joining us. Hi. One of the things people don't realize about you, doc is that you are one of the first that trained in arthroscopy at Wake Forest university. And you learn the practice of Arthur Skopje, and you not only took what they taught you. But you applied it to the spine in the way that nobody else had thought of and what they also I mean, some realized some don't, but you broke away from those textbook teachings that said you had to do traditional surgery had aflaid them down the back big eight to ten inch scars, and then it would be a long recovery. And I know that you became disheartened with that you almost left spine surgery many years ago, and then through the process of working on other joints shoulder surgery, knee surgery, all different things. All of a sudden you developed your tools and their specific to the Benatti spine institute. Others have tried to copy what you do. But no one's been able. To really replicate or duplicate your specific patented exclusive procedures now, it's one thing for us to talk about it. But when you have ninety eight point seven five percent patient reported success. It's always nice to talk to a patient.
"benatti" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Alfred Benatti, doc. Hi, how are you, sir? I've talked to buy south bay we have cameras and city and not the right way, docs, critiquing how they're fighting up his shot. Absolutely. This looks terrible, man. No. Well what? Well, maybe this is terrible. I think all around this segment next topic. Yes, it's it's not overly pleasant. But good information, very good content. Many of us don't realize that common foods medications and just ordinary household items can cause health problems and joining us right now as Dr Marcella mobbed up Popa author of keep away from cross which means generally recognized as safe thank you for being here. Dr Popa thank you for having you on your yourself. Absolutely. Now, you are actually an internal medicine physician. But you had you had some health problems. Right. This sort of started you on this journey of identifying harmful household products. Tell us about that. Sure, I developed arthritis disorder in five, and it's very been very stubborn did not respond to the medications normally used for days, even the aggressive ones or I. Develop such serious side effects that I had to discontinue hold of education. So thereafter, I I noticed certain unusual things and because the pattern kept on repeating is unusual. As it was. I started to look into this substances that were exposed to every day through numerous products are used and I got to summer conclusions in those actually helped my symptoms. Okay. So I explain why auto immune arthritis says what do you mean arthritis is a disease a joint disease that's caused by some antibodies that. My own body produces under cold auto antibodies and their partic- games are own fishes. Funny, attacking itself, basically, and some of the autoimmune disorders, many of them have a joint information symptoms. And this is my case as well. Okay. And so what did you come across the as far as you specifically? And then we'll get into some of the other products that have harmful chemicals in them. What did you find that was causing your arthritis? Okay. I it all started from a very unusual operations that my elbows were getting swollen. When I was applying moisturizer cream on them. And of course, I said this cannot be. Maybe he's just a flare ups that was about to happen anyway. But the parents have repeating itself and later on I realized that it didn't just happen with the moisturizer. It happen with prescription cream happened with automobiles riser, and then I started to look into all the ingredients that this Grimm's could contain and I pretty much narrowed it down to everybody. Substance called ethylene oxide, which is classified as a carcinogen. But the new foreigner. I substances derived from it acquire new properties as far as what how. I'm sorry. How did they get new properties or the? I substances they become big molecules on some of them cannot be eliminated from our body. Others are are taken by the cell membranes. And they incorporate in the cell membranes and change their properties. So this is just like two more simple mechanism that I could describe quickly. But there's a lot more to them. But. This was something that didn't have a warning on it that is a curse in in. In a moisturizer? Actually, what happens is there is a warnings that ethylene oxide as a carcinogen. But it's never disclosed. How much of it remains in the final product. So. So if you're aware of the WGN environmental working group products that contain ingredients derived from this carcinogen day, you have a warning that I could still present as contaminants in the in the final product. But the girl public is not really aware of that. Have you noticed Kimberly just sort of a quick side note, if you guys noticed a lot of products recently in the past couple of years, it'll say the state of California recognizes that this product contains chemicals harmful to humans. Do you must birth defects cancer? Why is it do, you know anything about that? Dr popa. Why is it only California? Do they have higher levels of stringent screening for what goes into products versus the rest of the states. Do they have I think it's called act sixty five in California legislator, that's actually points to a lot of substances which otherwise are permitted in other states, but they're not allowed in. California. So that's one thing California's doing, right? Yeah. One. Products. Now, you talk about cosmetics. I mean, you're putting stuff on your face, and what are some of the ingredients in cosmetics or foods or other household items that we should all be on the lookout for? Of course, they have pretty much all of them. You would see some veteran oxide or property line. Okay. Which is the other product they have on names like complicated names, like polyethylene recall or some air or polysorbates not nobody really understands. What what they mean? A. But if you look on the ingredients, you would actually see many of this listed there if you can't pronounce it, you should probably shouldn't be rubbing it on your face. I agree with that. I agree with that. So so what are some of the Kimberley touched upon you? You just mentioned cosmetics. What about foods that were unaware of? They are incorporated in food as well policy. Debates are meant to make the food more appealing especially some foot which are defrosted, and they want manufacturer wanted them to look good when they defrost so but they're incorporated in other foods healthy such as fat-free cottage cheese or low fat salad dressings or pickles. I've seen in a lot of things. So that's a carcinogen. We should be checking our labours. Self and it's not necessary to it's it's an mostly fire. But he's produced from the same from the same side carcenogenic parents component. Yeah. It probably has some remnants in its remnants of ethylene oxide in it. And then you've also talked about how there's certain products that have estrogen like chemicals in them that can lead to breast abnormalities talk about that. That was my my superposition because I don't really have any sort of factor for for leaving them for a couple of years. I've had so many abnormalities on the mammogram. I required biopsies and procedures. And fortunately, nothing turned up to the cancer. But I really was concerned what would the tree during all of this changes? And once I started to read about the estrogen mimicking chemicals. I thought what is they may have something to do with my normalities. And I started feeling unites them into my surprise and benefit the next five years war without any abnormal. Studies. I didn't need any more biopsies. I hope this will last you know, from here on. But he was a significant difference from what I've been through before eliminating them and afterwards and one more benefit from laminating them. My migraines got a lot better. I was just gonna ask you about that. Because you're you're talking about certain foods in environmental triggers that may bring on migraines that just by removing them from your daily routine could eliminate them or lesson that minimizing. Yes. Yes. Absolutely. And we use I'm so many products containing estrogen mimicking chemicals all the time. Think about how many people use canned foods, or except virgin olive oil spray, which is in a in a tense container which has to have some sorts of resin coating in order to to not deteriorate. And oftentimes that's resin is made with a by the way. So what are we supposed to look forward to stay away from these things? I mean, you call them estrogen like chemicals. What specifically should we be looking forward to a blah inquest medics, we usually avoid I usually avoid parabens solids which come a usually under these guys have a fragrance. I usually see obviously, aluminum, endurance, which is also an estrogen mimicking chemical. If we go to house household items again aluminum foil, aluminum trays, people cooking them, they roast numerous products and healthy food items. And I think some of that aluminum gets in the food, and then bisphenol a which already mentioned and nonstick cookware. It's up there. The there fluorinated chemicals are also with estrogen mimicking properties. I know that as far as storing food and things like that. They always tell us to stay away from plastic wrap. Don't microwave using plastic wrap think you're better by moving to aluminum, obviously, not I started covering things with aluminum foil to put them in the fridge. And now, you're telling me that's not good. So I speak to paper paper wrap, and if I really need to to put it in a plastic bag after his in in wrapped in paper. I do that. I'll also I I prefer, and I have been using for many years gloss containers. I'm trying to not use any form of plastic is reasonably possible. Sometimes it's not. But I usually stick to the traditional containers that are grandparents used right, and where can people learn more the book is available on Amazon, and it's available in print and in kindle format. I also have a website which has additional information many other observation that I did after I finished the book, the website doesn't sell anything. I don't endorse any product is for information only, it's.
"benatti" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Brunell Benatti and co host Ethan euchre and Jeff wack staff. Thank you so much for joining us on American medicine today. I am Kimberly Benatti joined by Ethan euchre, the missing Jeff wag staff. He's here in spirit, and Dr Granada thank you for joining us. Hi. One of the things people don't realize about you, doc is that you are one of the first that trained in arthroscopy at Wake Forest university. And you learn the practice of Arthur Skopje, and you not only took what they taught you. But you applied it to the spine in the way that nobody else had thought of and what they also I mean, some realized some don't, but you broke away from those textbook teachings that said you had to do traditional surgery. You had to play them down the back big eight to ten inch scars, and then it would be a long recovery. And I know that you became disheartened with that you almost left spine surgery many years ago, and then through the process of working on other joints shoulder surgery, knee surgery, all different things. All of a sudden you developed your tools and their specific to the Benatti spine institute. Others have tried to copy what you do. But no one's been able. To really replicate or duplicate your specific patented exclusive procedures now, it's one thing for us to talk about it. But when you have ninety eight point seven five percent patient reported success. It's always nice to talk to a patient.
"benatti" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Featuring internationally acclaimed inventor of the Benatti spy procedures Alfred Benatti Kimber Lieber Mel Benatti and co host Ethan euchre and Jeff wax down. Thank you so much for listening to American medicine today. I'm Kimberly Benatti joined by Ethan euchre pleasure to be here. Yes. Jeff join us in a couple of weeks, and we're here with world renowned orthopedic surgeon. Dr Alfred Benatti thanks for being here. Hello. So we have an exciting show lined up. We're going to talk about the Monsanto lawsuit large lawsuit that cost cancer. They're the ones that make round up the past killer. And yeah, it's a historical lawsuits that setting a precedent against Monsanto. So it's actually good news for us. And then of course, you'll hear a story of recovery and what's new and American medicine today or perhaps some of Trump's triumphs. And then if you're an affiliate you're going to hear about the struggle within it's kind of a harrowing story. Yeah. This guy his wife was diagnosed with stage four breast cancer, man. It's a lot of the struggle that he went through as a caregiver he actually even thought about leaving her at one point. And then it also delves into diet and things like that. So she took a certain product out of her diet and sailed through therapy and got got through the breast cancer. So. Exactly. But I, you know, scientists have discovered that a particular type of Honey may have more bacteria killing properties than antibiotics without causing drug-resistance in here to discuss his professor Bashir Walid one of the lead researchers on the project. Thank you for being here. Bashir? Thank you. Thanks for having me now in this day and age of antibiotic resistant microbes and things like that. We definitely need a better solution. What led you research to focus on this type of Honey? Well, thanks for having me my interest in in Honey is back to two thousand and four where I was with a whack on warranty. Eating how promoting heating on racial. Going into looking at the. Property of Honey. Oh. Which is again, my interest to inhibit particularly by formation interesting. The reason I wanted to even to reach out is because this kind of hits close to home. My grandfather had Mersa and these big Mercer wounds on him. And basically the doctors thought he would die of it. He had three or four and my mother used Cloyd, silver, an manuka Honey to kinda seal the wound and each time. She'd refresh the dressing, but it helped him he'll and completely go away without any other problems. Exactly, exactly. And we have so many kind of examples hair in terms of clinical context. Honey on diabetic foot on rations ulceration due to incontinence. We've been able to arrive to eight. And how specifically does it work? I mean, do you ingested? Do you say as Kimberly just said you use it as an act you rub it on a wound? And how what makes it so antibiotic one I think the the mechanism is something that get to be fully sedated. But the way we use it depends on the context that we're using it. So. Folks company are using it in in Brooklyn. Honey dressings on so many so many companies are using them. Context here we are planning to use it as a solution. So that patients could flush the catchers to either use. We started working when this industry to present formation of them. So depending on context the application would would vary. And some of the reaction based on the article that I read and correct me if I'm wrong doesn't the Honey react with I guess, the wound and the microbes that are in it, and it essentially produces hydrogen, peroxide. Correct. Mechanism. But in terms of working good mood. It does it. Does it three things triple kind of action? So it inhibits growth it also promote formation of new blood vessels. The heal. And also it inhibits inflammation, which is one of the. Mammals walking going at the moment. So it does a triple X Rayed in terms of helping the wound to heal. I think probably one of the causes of how it works is. Because they will change the ph all the the T show where you change the pitch of the t shirts, and the culture of the micro organism will not tolerate that will die. This is one way of killing bacteria. Yes. Recent tree Leary. We we we we have reduced some walk. That is not published yet. Somehow. It destroys talked of the civil of Victoria. We still really watching going is a very interesting patient using imaging. Techniques. So we we trying to use today to why this is happening. So it's really a musty kind of action one hundred us to to to either Victoria or destroy the biofilm if you're like, oh, or it promotes angiogenesis inhibitors Flemington. So it's when action. Approve of this is that some group has or fraction it'd Honey into fractions. But when you use the fractions by themselves, you do not deserve the same as when using Honey, right and it protects against biofilms from collecting. So those microorganisms that make other antibiotics not work properly it inhibits that. It doesn't protect by seven. I think this is why we use it. Get disintegrate. That's what I mean if protect your skin from forming biofilms from forming. This is the way we try to go with with the current truck. Okay. To see whether we would be able to completely. The formation. So the studies referring to shows Honey disintegrate or or destroyed by full formation. But I really hope by formation forming from the start, and what type of manuka Honey is it that you're looking for because you say not all are the same. What is the one thing you need to look at when buying manuka, Honey. So the ones that we've been experimenting with recently and working with compete on. This is the manuka fifteen plus, okay. So a graded. According to the u unique manuka sector. And this they go from ten to fifteen to twenty five. So the ones that we've been experimenting with at the moment is fifteen plus. Okay. And that's what is it unrefined or unprocessed. Yeah. It is. Honey, I'm I'm process. But over the that we buy off the shelf, for example, this is on has. But just to kill any bacteria there. But but the stuff that you get off the shelves. All right. Well, thank you so much. Unfortunately, we're out of time because I'd love to discuss this longer. But we have professor Bashir while lead one of the lead. Researchers on the project of finding out that manuka Honey has more bacteria killing properties, then antibiotics, and it doesn't cause any drug resistance. Thank you so much for being on the program. It's my pleasure. Undercoat's talking to you again. Once we have the kind of results. Have a good weekend. Bye-bye? Make sure you stay tuned because coming up after the break a story of.
Vietnam asks residents not to eat dog meat
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"For the Benatti spine institute. Let's go to the newsroom here in Chris, man. Hurricane. Florence is becoming a terrifying. Site for residents on the east coast. The storm is already packing sustained winds of up to one hundred forty miles per hour making it category four strength. It's marching towards coastal areas of the Carolinas
"benatti" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Kimberly reliever Mel Benatti and co host Ethan euchre. And, Jeff wax staff thank you so much for. Joining us on American medicine today I'm Kimberly Benatti joined by you you. Happy to be here Jeff Steph Hello everyone Hello and also but from the other room world renowned orthopedic surgeon Dr elephant Benatti we have an exciting show. Lined up you'll hear a story of recovery we're gonna. Talk to judge Janine Perot yeah that'd be a good one she said rescheduled flight three times already every time I try, to get her on we are so fortunate very great I. Wanna talk about the whole Whoopi. Explosion she's. Probably tired as can be about talking about it but talk to her. About every everything yeah she's got a good ringside seat to give us the inside scoop also we're going to hear what's, new in American Medicine today and just in general. I think some of Trump's triumphs. But up I after his, mother was. Diagnosed, with. A mysterious form, of dementia our next guest spent, years trying to, understand. Her condition his name is max lucado VERA and. His latest book genius foods show. You how to become smarter happier and. More, productive all the while protecting. Your brain thanks for joining us max. Thanks for having me it's a real honor. To be here max. I actually. Had seen you on the Rachel Ray show. Of all things but your book genius foods just looked, so interesting I was like we gotta. Get, this guy on the phone so it all started with your mother's. Diagnosis, take take us back to to that time Yeah so about seven years ago. I was just coming off of my tenure Working for about seven. Years for a news and information network and, you know I was pretty young I was in, my early to mid twenties and when I was coming off of, that job I started to spend more and. More time in New York City which is where I'm from around my mother I'm the oldest. Child in my family and me and my mom have always been really close I love my mom and it was at that exact time that. Me, and my younger brother started to notice the strangest symptoms in my mom now let. Me just paint the picture for my. Mother was sixty eight at the time she was blonde and. Useful. And fifty eight is certainly, not not old by anybody's account these days And nonetheless it seemed suddenly as though my mom had the brain of a much older person it left me and my brothers feeling really. Unsettled, and simultaneously there was a change to her gate which is the way that she. Walked you know my mom is a. Born and raised New Yorker some New Yorkers walk pretty fast Reid began to appear more like a like a shovel and it all came to a. Crashing halt for, me when we were in Miami on vacation it was like, a you. Know one of the, few times a year where my family we would all get together, and be under the same roofs and my mom announced. Family that she had been having memory problems, and had recently sought the, help of, a neurologist and you know I had no prior family? History of, any kind of dementia Alzheimer's disease I? Mean for all I knew Alzheimer's disease is this thing that only old people got and you know me and, my brothers, were completely ignorant and so my dad. Who's there said Chaffee which is my mom's name you know if you're having memory problems and, what year is it I mean how bad can these problems actually be and my mom couldn't immediately, tell us what year it was and. Me and, my brother is we had this you know this, simultaneous feeling of fear and ignorance And you know sort of lighten the mood in the? Room which, suddenly got very dark we started to? Almost patronize my mom and we laughed and we're like come on mom how could you not know the year, and she, begins to cry in that moment and You, know for, me was the line drawn in the sand. Where I stepped in and. I started to accompany my mom. To every, single every single doctor's appointment really within a with a desire to get to the root of what was going on with my mom well. Max. Now let's let's just jump ahead. For time's sake we have about three minutes it's only an eight minute segment, I, mean we could spend twenty five minutes talking, about just your mom story and that kind of reaction from the. Kids and the laughter it's nervous laughter you, don't know what to do so you set out on a quest to. Sort of figure out brain health really and just give us some of your discoveries how the diet and lifestyle choices are linked to your brain health so long story short, in the doctor's, appointments I experienced what I've come to call diagnosed and audio with. My mom so that sent me on this journey to, try to figure out the kinds of foods, that we might eat every. Single day that are not going to harm our brains but in fact, protect them against. Aging and make them work better in? The process so I learned that foods like avocados Grass-fed beef dark leafy greens you know if you consume. A, bowl of, dark leafy greens every single day like kale. Spinach and a Ruge researchers. At rush university found that people. Who do, this tend to have brains that look up to eleven years younger so I'm reaching for my dark leafy greens I'm only using extra virgin. Olive. Oil there's a robust body of. Evidence supporting extra virgin olive oil as the chief oil that we should be, using, in our kitchen so what I recommend to, my readers throw out the canola oil throw out the grape seed. Oil throw out the corn and soybean oil, those oils are I mean I don't use the word lightly but I. Would say that they're toxic based on my research and extra virgin olive oil is the cheap oil that they used in the Mediterranean region of the world and people that, adhere to a, Mediterranean style dietary pattern are able to slash their risk of Alzheimer's. Disease by up to sixty five percent Which is shocking but it's it's incredibly empower so I I basically. Decided to to to obsess over this research really do my due diligence and then get this out, to people of all ages because what I learned shockingly. Is that, changes begin in the brain decades, before the first symptom of memory loss so what I told my readers into. All of your if you're listening to this show you're never too young or too old start to make brain healthier choices in your. Life your diet I I have to ask what foods help with not only memory but mood Uh-huh Well so in my book I talk about the first ever randomized controlled trial that looked at a dietary pattern that seemingly improved symptoms of depression in patients with severe. Depression and you know what conveniently it's the same exact is that's going to shield your brain against memory. Loss so the same guy that you're gonna eat in the book that's going to help protect your Brandon's cognitive decline is also gonna make your brain. Happier and, again it's extra. Virgin olive oil is. Eggs whole eggs egg yolk is nature's, multivitamin and in, particular contains all of the nutrients required to grow a healthy brain because the nervous system is the first structure to develop an. Embryo so Ed you can literally nature's, multivitamin. Okay No more egg white omelettes you need the oh yeah. Exactly we're gonna enjoy them a lot. More How how. Many, eggs, we. Can eat the day all dozen duck Took it for I mean I I try to eat. Egg a day sometimes I'll go for, two or three but really there's. No upper, limit you know they found that for the vast majority of, people dietary cholesterol which is which is the one aspect of the job that makes us kind of like, one a hedge our bets. A little bit they've found that, for most people dietary cholesterol has no impact on a person's risk. For heart disease so if you, enjoy, your eggs, fuel you know fine and eating wants to. Three a day, and you know as always there are, exceptions in biology some people, are hyper absorbers but. That's the exception. Not the. Rule, all right well thank. You, so much unfortunately we're out of time cause we would love to. Chat with you longer necks are max Luca there and, his latest book genius foods show you how, to, become smarter happier and more productive while. Protecting your brain thank you for being on the program and sharing your. Advice with us sex max Thank you so much again thanks..
Police search for thieves who stole 2 royal crowns before escaping by speedboat
"The Benatti spine institute ten thousand enthusiastic supporters gathered at the Florida state fairgrounds to see President Trump who gave his endorsement to Jacksonville congressman Ron Disentis. For governor welcome to Florida Mr President We thank reading from the candidate President. Trump rallied, for Rhonda Santa. Susana tough primary race for the GOP, gubernatorial nomination the president called the Santa later a proud veteran. My great friend a tough brilliant cookie Disentis seeks to fill the chair now held by Rick Scott who was also recognized by the president in his race for Democrat Bill Nelson's Senate seat, the Florida primary is set for August twenty eighth Grenell Scott, Fox News it was a blow to agriculture Commissioner and Paul county resident Adam Putnam who is the front runner and so Trump endorsed. To Santa's earlier in the day Trump addressed students. And supporters at Tampa Bay technical high school Trump says. The nation needs to invest even more resources towards job training whether you're a high school student or a late, career, worker, there's never been, a better time to learn Trade Honus skill or pursue your dreams never been a better time we've never had a better time for hiring in this country last quarter GDP, has you know grew to four point one percent and I, think it's going to go a lot higher Trump also signed into law a workforce development Bill the, devotes more funding for stem education President Trump's former. Campaign manager is on trial for Bank and tax fraud highlight of day one was the opening arguments by the. Government and by Paul manafort's defense prosecutor ZOA Sonya maintained that the former, Trump campaign chair knowingly falsified tax returns over a several year period then lied to banks about, his, income in order to fraudulently apply for loans to cover his, debt defense attorney Thomas Zony. Maintained that co-defendant gates is to blame as manafort's business guy court resumes at nine thirty this morning Bill Rakoff CBS news. At US district court in Alexandria Virginia. Northern California's deadly car fire is widening its path of destruction but. Firefighters are gaining ground Cal. Fire says the blaze burned through roughly another seven thousand acres. Overnight for a total, of about, one hundred ten thousand this is, Steve Futterman in Redding California the car fire is now Thirty percent contained this is fire crews take, advantage of much calmer winds for hundreds of families though it comes too late more than. Nine hundred homes have. Been completely destroyed nearly two hundred others. Have suffered some damage and six people have died the fire does continue to burn but it has slowed down considerably and fire officials are hopeful the worst is over firefighters helping for a break in the high winds, that have been fanning the flames under Florida's stand. Your ground law someone who claimed self defense is not required to be arrested and jailed while the investigation continues. Manila's sheriff Bob Galtieri held a news conference to address the growing outrage, over his decision not to arrest Michael Drako in the shooting death of marquees mcglockton Beasley thing, in, some respects would have been for me to arrest Drako and, kick it to the state. Attorney the easy thing is not the right thing or the legal thing to do based upon the application of in this. Case I've never done anything because it's. The easy way or what Mike call the politically expedient thing to. Do and I'm not going to start. Doing it today while Terry says the investigations far from, over and it could be weeks or months before it's complete when the tax. Bill comes next year you might be in, for a shock some thirty. Million Americans could be in for, a stressful experience next tax season that's according to congressional auditors. Who predicted twenty one percent of US taxpayers will discover their employers failed to withhold enough money from their checks under the tax laws the, GAO report says even with the changes in tax law an estimated twenty seven million Americans would be affected, Jim Chenevey CBS news Swedish police are looking for the thieves who made off, with the Royal family's crown jewels the highest went down on. Tuesday at a cathedral west of Stockholm the thieves escaped in a motorboat moored outside the nine hundred year old church. Police launched a search by land CNN air but as of now the culprits remained enlarge large the jewels to crowns and, a Royal orb date back to the early seventeenth century itself Thirty-five at NewsRadio nine seventy WFL a weather is next Some.
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"And now living pain free it is my pleasure to welcome to the program from seminole florida suzy hind salt thank you for joining us hi there hi how are you doing so what i'm doing great thank you good why don't you tell us how you came to be in pain i woke up in april i think it was like the last week of april one morning on a tuesday and i could barely move my back i couldn't get out of bed i couldn't crawl out of bed i was in excruciating pain and i had no idea what was going on in the first thing i did was go to urgent care and they had no clue okay i went to er they have no clue and then proceeded to go to two other spine institutes and the third one was benign and they found out exactly what was going on and they were amazing so these other institutes that you had gone to they didn't know where your pain was stemming from they knew what what's on my back but the first one was out in my insurance so it was like okay i can't go there because i didn't know that jay didn't take my insurance i'm like well i can't have surgery there but they were not sure which was every doctor that saw me had a little different story so i was a little concerned about that okay go on saying they didn't take my insurance i flip to the next institutes and they seem to know what was the problem but at the second visit i had with them they just slipped my their decision on what was wrong what they were gonna do totally different time the first very uncomfortable to have that doctor work on me so then i wanna google and i went okay large you gotta give me some divine intervention here and benatti institute popped up and i called them and i made an appointment history well we're so glad you did because dr benatti is the one that invented the whole idea of minimally invasive those still vastly different than anything else on the market his benatti spine procedures or exclusive and patented only found at the benatti spine institute so from the.
"benatti" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Small chance of a shower along the coast this morning and a thirty percent chance this afternoon highs it ninety one it's seventy eight degrees at newsradio nine seventy wfl a news is a service of the benatti spine institute the trump administration has been ordered to not only stop its policy of separating children but now faces a tight deadline to return kids to their parents us district judge dana subroto ordered the government to reunite children's separated from their parents within thirty days children under five must be reunited within fourteen days the judge who is based in san diego also issued a nationwide injunction preventing any additional family separations this is the first major legal setback for the trump administration as it tries to put into effect it's zero tolerance policy the judge said the new policy was implemented without any effective system of keeping track of the children steve futterman cbs news los angeles has emmigration reform it appears congress is no closer to a deal than it was weeks ago passage of the compromise immigration bill has been in doubt since the gecko despite negotiators allowing provisions designed to entice both moderates and hardliners to the right about scheduled for last friday was postponed and president trump isn't providing much motivation to conservatives after tweeting last week that the gop should give up on any immigration bill until after the november midterm elections bill rakoff reporting at the capitol in tuesday's primaries around the country a former presidential candidate makes a comeback and candidates who backed the president came out on top that trump bump pays off for south carolina's governor team ladies and gentlemen right now extends from the white house to the state house to your house henry mcmaster defeating businessman john warren in a republican primary runoff the president also going to bat for a new york republican congressman dan donovan beating his predecessor michael grimm who resigned following conviction for tax fraud former presidential candidate and governor mitt romney is one step closer to returning to politics after winning a senate gop contest in utah we believe that free people make better choices than government and senate democrat ben cardin of maryland surviving primary challenges from convicted leaker chelsea manning and six others steve rappoport fox news supreme court is upholding president trump's travel ban in a five to four ruling the justices upheld the ban on travelers from several several mostly muslim nations parkland students are bringing their campaign to change gun laws to southwest florida the road to.
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"Seven here on seventy seven w abc with the lawyers are far from an love and in fact in just the last little bit this morning michael benatti was tweeting out in his really going after the character of michael cohen that's donald trump's personal attorney longtime friend and in one of the latest tweets michael lava naughty of course he's the attorney for stormy daniels that we've seen all over the place saying blasting cohen and saying look you don't think that he's a guy who is threatening type person thuggish type person referring to the very nasty divorce and some of the filings that happened with vonda trump and donald trump and when michael cohen afterwards after trump in the claims by the way she basically said that there was yeah i felt violated that he raped me some other things some pretty serious language which he later by the way did retract and said that you know that that was not accurate but michael cohen on television replying to that at saying there's no such thing as spousal rape and what had just goes to show is how nasty these things are getting right now a lawyer to lawyer happy twenty first birthday appreciate what she was.
"benatti" Discussed on Israel Story
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