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White House Monitors Russian Nuclear Activity After Poland Strike

The Dan Bongino Show

01:41 min | 2 weeks ago

White House Monitors Russian Nuclear Activity After Poland Strike

"I know I'm not kidding Like in lifetime Fox White House colon they're monitoring Russian nuclear activity Again I don't think they mean that a hysterical way but this is kind of a big deal And attack on a NATO country they've had two people die now in a missile strike in Poland Poland is now convening defense apparatus As Reagan who is my political lode star said often Nuclear war is not an option It's just not an option Because once you go there that's it There's no options after that It's not an option So we have to find any possible way to avoid this This is what concerned me from the start About a lot of the kind of I don't know what to call it fo bravado coming out of elected leaders even in this country We have this country to take care of first This landmass we called the United States and its 330 plus million citizens That's our job We can sympathize and empathize with citizens around the world and other countries Ukraine as well Dealing with unprovoked attack from Vladimir Putin who's a lunatic we can do that but we have to take care of our country first We're not much good to anyone else around the world without a stable functioning constitutional republic here And we're certainly not good to anyone if a global thermonuclear war starts at annihilates everyone

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Matthew Perry Admits He Was at Death's Door

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:44 min | Last month

Matthew Perry Admits He Was at Death's Door

"Let me talk about Matthew Perry for a second. I don't want to toot my own horn. But about three years ago, I exclusively wrote for radar magazine and told all you folks on the podcast that the friends thought was close to death. I mean, I said I had it on good authority. He had less than a 10% chance of living. He was even staying in the home of his mother and stepdad Keith Morrison from dateline. I always get a kick out of the fact that Matthew Perry stepped down as the guy from dateline. I love Keith Morris. Can listen to him all day. And then the killer returned. As if he never left. Oh, that pesky DNA. I don't do a good Mars, but you know the guy. He's the best in his business. So three years go by and not to Perry's not dying. Matthew Perry's getting a book deal. 90 Perry's got a girlfriend. Some people started giving me shit about my report. You got it wrong, AJ. And I don't often hear that. And I'm proud about that. And for the first time in a long time, I remember going back on the podcast and saying, well, I guess I was wrong about Matt Perry. So the person who gave me that tip is a good source of mine and always has been, but I guess I can't go to that source anymore. Can't get something that big, that wrong. It's embarrassing for me. And I'm nothing without good sources, but he was right. And I was right in what I told you. And it doesn't make me happy to be right about a guy dying or near death. But I knew I was right. Anyhow, I was right because Matthew Perry has finally admitted it. He's got a big book coming out called Friends, lovers in that big, terrible thing. And he opens up about the health crisis that almost claimed his life several years ago. In the upcoming memoir, he says he suffered a burst colon from long, long-term opioid addiction, and the doctors had to inform his family that the actor had a 2% chance of living. He said that when he was hospitalized for 5 months, he's been two weeks in a coma. And he used a colostomy bag for 9 months. The doctors told his family that he had a 2% chance of living. He was put on something called an ECMO machine, which does all the breathing for your heart and for your lungs and that's called a Hail Mary. Nobody really goes on to survive that. But he did. So I was right. And I'm glad he's alive.

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"c colon" Discussed on On The Media

On The Media

01:58 min | 2 months ago

"c colon" Discussed on On The Media

"That is John Waters. His debut novel liar mouth is out now, and you can see him perform this fall and a city near you. Death sex and money is a listener supported production of WNYC studios in New York. This episode was produced by Zoe azula and liliana Maria Percy Ruiz. The rest of our team is at the yellow duke Lindsay foster Thomas and Andrew Dunn. Our intern is lily Clark, the reverend John delore and Steve Lewis wrote our theme music. I'm on Instagram at Anna sale pics. That's PIC S, you can see a picture of that weird fake dog and John Waters apartment right there. And the show is at death sex money on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. Thank you to Carrie coffee in Charleston, South Carolina for being a member of death sex and money and supporting us with a monthly donation. Join Carrie and support what we do here by going to death sex money, dot org slash donate. And you know, I asked John Waters if you follow up questions about that friend who steals flight attendants pocketbooks, but I didn't get anywhere. Tell me about this trend. She's alive and well, so I don't want to libel her. But she's the worst. She was a true outlaw. I'm Anna sale, and this is death sex and money from WNYC. Don't forget to check out the big show on Friday. It posts on Friday. Around dinnertime in the Eastern Time zone, and thanks again. On the media is supported by the Commonwealth fund's state health data center, and all in one resource with the latest information on how the healthcare system is working in every state. For maternal and mental health, to racial equity, healthcare costs and more. See how your state ranks when it comes to the most pressing issues. Visit state health data dot org to learn more.

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"c colon" Discussed on On The Media

On The Media

05:05 min | 2 months ago

"c colon" Discussed on On The Media

"It's not just aging that John Waters doesn't relish. He makes the mundane details of living in a body seem grotesque. As he explored through his novel's main character, who absolutely hated all of the functions that keep you alive. I am like Marcia a little, I resent that I have to have a bowel movement. It's the only good thing about being dead. You never have to go through that again. Can you tell me why? Because you have no choice. I didn't think it up. Why do I have to do it? Even sex, I didn't think it up. Why is that in me? Well, I have no choice but to do things. Do you enjoy eating? Yes, but I wish I didn't have. I mean, you know, it's why do you have to eat? It's this whole thing that you have no choice over. You can not really decide not to do that. Marsha has figured it out as much as she can. She only has little pellets that shoot out. So she doesn't even have to wipe. And she has no odor. She has no B or she has no odor in any way because she wants to smell like nothing. I thought the detail about not having to wipe was quite evocative. And the right kind of whole grain cracker and it's all taken care of. Well, and I also think you should never, ever leave your house and do that. So even though when they talk about different kind of bathrooms, well, I think no one should ever go to the bathroom, except when you're in your house and the privacy of your own home and train yourself. And if you can't do that, stay home. When I see people go on the bathroom on an airplane, I think, God, how can you go in that room? You're so disgusting. Even in first class or disgusting. Oh, so you going back to battle movements in your resentment of bowel movements. The idea that you don't like something having to do something that you didn't think up. This idea of I don't want to be told to do something. Do you chafe at being told what to do? Generally. I like to tell myself what to do. Yeah, that's not being told what to do. It depends on the tone again. Yes. If I agree with it, fine. Yes, but I'm not many people tell me what to do. And writing a novel for the first time, knowing that you didn't have to cast it, knowing that you didn't have to find where you were going to shoot that scene. Did it allow you to be more wild? It allowed me to go into more detail about people's obsessions and how they feel and feelings. I didn't have to show everything. I didn't have to have them say it out loud to get it. So there was a lot more inner turmoil that I could deal with. And develop and go even deeper into their obsessions, but all the people that are obsessed in liar mouth believe they're normal. They all think they're right. They think they're on a mission and a few of them have humor about themselves. And that's always the kind of people that amazed me. Like, how could you go out looking like that? You know, did you look at a mirror? But people look at me and think that. And this is the last question because I know you have to get to Fox News, which I just love this transition. I love this transition in your life right now. You use the word obsessions there, which I think is interesting. Is that kind of like when you think about what is this thing that this person can't let go of? Is that the organizing? Yeah, to me, it's like so interesting to me like, why are they so obsessed with that one thing? Why can they not do it another way? Why can't they see that it's unreasonable? And that is all people that are obsessed or cult like behavior or people that are so driven into one way that they get detoured out of normal life or normal emotions and those kind of people always have fascinating me. Are you one of those people detoured out of normal life? No. Well, am I in normal life? It depends what that means when I'm on tour. I always think, can I walk into the other go outside for a minute where I'm not on TV or going into the next thing? But I don't live that life all the time. That is my normal life when I'm on a tour. So I think I live a normal life for me in my position and what I do in the world, I have worked 76 years to make it as normal by that I mean not causing me internal grief. A certain satisfaction, you've worked it out with yourself about what you expect can happen. What is realistic to believe in what's going to happen in that day?

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"c colon" Discussed on On The Media

On The Media

04:43 min | 2 months ago

"c colon" Discussed on On The Media

"This is death sex and money from WNYC. I'm Anna sale. I will tell you, John Waters makes you feel good. He likes talking and makes it feel like he likes talking to you, which makes you feel interesting. Like he's your friend. So it makes sense that he has a lot of friends. He makes them easily, and he takes good care of them. I don't trust people that don't have old friends. Something's a matter of them if they don't. And they last longer, even than your family, 'cause they're your age. When you think about your closest friends, like your closest most intimate circle right now, are they fellow creative people who make art or are they people? One? Yes, they are, but one is my best friend, pat Moran, she's a casting agent, but I've known her forever in a room. She did the wire. She doesn't mean stuff. Dennis dermody, my dear dear friend who's a horror film Buffy also has a cinema blog and the Fremont's up here. He used to work for Andy Warhol, they both did. Yes, they are. But I have lots of other ones that are not in the arts at all. And they mostly all live in Baltimore. How did your old friendships shift during the period of isolation? They didn't shift at all. Did I still? We talked all the time and sometimes I don't see them all the time anyway for both work and I'm in a different city. The only thing that shifted is I didn't have my annual Christmas party and I still am not having it. I don't know 200 people in my house without mass drinking, I'm not ready for it. Will I ever have that party again? I don't know. And that to me, the one I had in Baltimore was my Baltimore party. There were people there that have helped me or I've known to my whole life. I only see, I'd say half the people that are at that one time a year now at the party. And I know I'll probably never see them again. We're still in touch them, but I'll miss that, but I ain't dying for that. You know, I'm not gonna have honest, I'm not comfortable for that yet. Will I go back to that? I hope, but I don't know. Are you making phone calls to a wider circle of people than you did when you knew you would see them at a dinner or at a party? No, I still see in each place I live the same people. Even during the pandemic, we would meet because my building in San Francisco wouldn't even let you have gas. We would order pizza and eat in the park. Or on the roof. Yes, I still stayed in touch with my core of a 25 closest people. I was always, I even saw them during the pandemic. I love that you have 25 close people. That's a lot of people. I mean, if you're saying, probably. Are they mostly your age? Some are younger. But mostly, or between, you know, it's a good question. I think they're varied in age, but certainly, I mean like I went to see my oldest high school friend that I haven't seen in a long time the other day. In a retirement community, it was so weird to go in there, you know? So I do stay in touch. And if anything bad happens to you, I call it. If you get a bad review, I call it. If you go to jail, I definitely am your first visitor. I'm never don't come busy if you're in jail. My mother used to say it was my junior league work. What was the retirement community like? What was the retirement community like for? I get ads for retirement communities that infuriate me and I put them right in the shredder. How dare you? Including the one my parents was in. Don't think you're getting me. There is a certain ease. Well, I did. I don't know what I will eventually. I mean, I did have someone I taught in prison and he served 27 years for a double murder and I got him out. He's doing great. And he said, the only way I can ever repay you. If you're old, I'll carry up the steps. I remember that. I might take care of all that. Come on over. I'm on the first floor. Have you felt that? I noticed you mentioned earlier your back. How are you feeling about the way your body is changing with age? You know, my bad, my dad had a bad back. I got one. Otherwise, you know, I'm going to ten cities this week. I did 5 last week. I have a 20 city Christmas tour. It's not what it's holding me back. But sometimes, I'm 76. I'm not middle aged. I'm not a 152. And people always say, why don't you retire?

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"c colon" Discussed on On The Media

On The Media

03:47 min | 2 months ago

"c colon" Discussed on On The Media

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"c colon" Discussed on On The Media

On The Media

07:52 min | 2 months ago

"c colon" Discussed on On The Media

"But I made multiple maniacs in their house. Desperate living the bedroom, the baseball comes through. That's my mother's bedroom. They were supportive. I mean, they hated the movies, but they were amazed that I could do it. I was that driven to do it. So they respected that. I was lucky that they didn't try to stop that. They never said don't make these movies. Even when I was getting arrested and it was no one said they were good. There were humiliating reviews in the newspaper. I've wondered about that like you, your discipline as a maker alongside your delight and rebelliousness. Do you are there like two parts of you that feel intention? No, they're not intentional at all, but that's my dad. My dad taught me responsibility and business and how to be organized and how to have plan and maybe how to have a backup plan. We just had very, very different product. He started a company that went on to be very successful in my niece runs at my brother who died ran at first and then his daughter runs at very successful and it's fire protection equipment. And so he sold that and I sold shock. It was the same thing. And he liked talking to me about business, how the movie business worked and he was amazed that I figured all that out and everything. But that's how we could relate. Fire protection equipment. What does that mean? It means we're in the beginning. It was fire extinguishers. You know, you have to have one in your house. But that now it's big, you know, systems and warehouse and everything, you know. And but when we were young, every time we'd hear a siren, we'd jump in the car and go to people's houses where on fire to watch, and it would be exciting. It was like, I felt close to my dad, watching neighbor's house burned down. Because he would go to see it, you know. I don't think he was a power maniac. I hope not. But we did go to watch, we'd be eating dinner and hearing the volunteer fire siren go off. So we jump in the car and we were fire engine chasers. The whole family would do it. I didn't know that. That's amazing. Yeah. This is fun. And did you ever see suffering that was never pulled up or family was running out of a house on fire? No, I did not see that. Thank God. Yeah. Oh, you get the whole family would jump in the car. Yeah. And did he help you when you were figuring out the business side when you were just starting? Well, you let me the money. And I paid him back with interest and he was so shocked and I think it was the only person that ever of the investors that I race hoped I would not pay him back so the career would end and I wouldn't ask him again. So he was disappointed when I paid him back. But when I would rent halls in the beginning, I would rent the place and my brother would come get all the money. And then he'd take it home to my dad and they would help me get the money out of it. There's always hippies didn't steal it. The marshes in your fan base. Yeah, yeah. No, we didn't have any marshes. We didn't. And do you feel like, how do you think acquiring wealth has changed the way you think about or like, feel aligned with outlaws and rebels in America right now? Well, I say on my show when I was young I wanted to burn the Bank of America down. Now my money's in there. But I'd still like to burn it down because they run the bank really badly, I think. I gave all my a huge art collection that I've collected for years to the Baltimore museum. And so has it changed me. Nothing happened overnight. It happened very gradually, the career went up and down for a few years when I made Hollywood movies. Yeah, I got real money and I brought a pal some apartment and everything. And I went through what you have to do to get that money too. And I don't have any complaints about it. What do you mean went through? Well, if they give you that amount of money to make a movie, they're gonna give you notes. You're gonna go through a test screening. They want it to make money. I always wanted to make money. I always thought the films were commercial and weirdly enough, they all were the difference was it took a long time to make the money back, but they're still all in print. They're still all playing. They still come out. And even the early ones had an audience. I didn't have critical support, but the audience has always came, even if it was in like I would rent a church hall and have the premiere of multiple maniacs or pink flamingos. Friday Saturday and Sunday at 8, ten and midnight. They all sold out. The audience was great, you know. So it wasn't like I felt ignored. Ever. But I did learn how to do it and I went through with New Line Cinema, a very, very beginning. I got variety when I was 14. So I learned the business. I learned how to fight in it. I learned about what expenses are, how it's hard to get the money, even if you make money. I'm sure you always said to me, how do you make friends with the accountant? Which I always did. I still send Christmas cards to accountants from 30 years ago that I made friends with. Oh. And they were always furious because it counts would say. Say, whose dinner was this for? And can. And they say that wasn't your opinion. They would tell me. I love one way that you have described your work life balance is that you've said at least half of my dinners I don't expense. No, I don't. No, that just means you have a private life. It's all your expenses are not. Yeah. And I learned a long time ago from my account, my clothes you can never deduct. Even though wearing crazy clothes gets me fashion work. But you can not deduct clothes if you can wear them on the street. They can't have pockets. And I like to say, I'd like to see an IRS where this suit. Good luck. But still, I've learned business stuff, you know, how it works and everything. And I am honest, if I spend 20 cents, I have a receipt. And I give it to my accountant. Yeah, what's your system? Every day my accountant comes twice a week and she gives envelope and it's all the receipts that week. The bills and everything. So every receipt goes in. If it's a personal receipt goes in one envelope, if it's a business on another one, if it's one that gets reimbursed a third. So and I only got audited once and they said I had better records in General Motors. I wasn't there because the tax account I had at the time said don't come. They didn't want me there. So you must have three envelopes right now in the bag that you're going to have right on my desk. Yeah. That's so and all the boarding passes to the print, so I'll make sure I get all those frequent flyer miles. Coming up, John Waters, talks about tending to his circle of friends, who range from heiresses and business moguls to incarcerated people and petty thieves. Including the one John told me about who inspired parts of his novel. I did have a friend that used to steal the story this was talking about, 'cause really? Yeah. Wait, tell me how you found this out. She told me. And my other friend said, I was with her and then we're about to take off and they made an announcement. Someone has taken the flight attendants back and we're not taking off till we get it back. She looked over at her front. She knew her friend did it. And then she didn't tell him. They did take off. On the media is supported by the Commonwealth fund's state health data center, and all in one resource with the latest information on how the healthcare system is working in every state from eternal and mental health to racial equity, healthcare costs, and more. 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"c colon" Discussed on On The Media

On The Media

01:46 min | 2 months ago

"c colon" Discussed on On The Media

"I don't want to be bloated. They say in Baltimore. This is death sex and money. The show from WNYC about the things we think about a lot. And need to talk about more. I'm gonna sail.

"c colon" Discussed on Talking Biotech Podcast

Talking Biotech Podcast

05:42 min | 4 months ago

"c colon" Discussed on Talking Biotech Podcast

"They said, we need to get you back here in 5 years at the most. And I called it three years and they said, well, come at 5. And then at 5 years, I called, and this was in February. And I got my appointment for September for the first appointment where they go in and tell me what junk to drink so that I can clear out. And I probably won't actually get the colonoscopy until November, December, maybe even 2023. And so I wish that things like your products were freely available on the market. My doctor could at least say we're going to do this screen just to make sure you're cool because this is something we need to catch early if there's an issue. So you're not falling on deaf ears with your thoughts on this particular concept. Well, that's not an uncommon problem that we've heard. Not only are wait times in the GI space very long, but patients especially in rural areas or areas where they have lack of access to healthcare. It's nearly impossible for them to get the screening they need. And also in the developing world where you may not have the same kind of hospital infrastructure and accessibility, this kind of thing you would have accessibility. Absolutely. Yeah, so this kind of technology has this wonderful way to democratize science, which is really exciting too. That's really cool. And it's really good that you can detect cancers. That's wonderful. But there's so many other conditions of the lower GI that we hear about all the time, whether it's whether it's things like Crohn's disease or inflammatory bowel disease or other types of chronic colitis. Is there other types of diagnostic tools that can help shed some light on exactly what is affecting somebody in a lower GI disorder? Yeah, one of the really beneficial things about using RNA instead of DNA markers is that we can look beyond oncology. So we're actively developing diagnostics to monitor mucosal healing for patients with IBD to predict therapeutic response for those individuals. We're looking at other inflammatory conditions of the GI tract like IBS or celiacs, we're looking at infectious causes and diseases and trying to understand those disease indications more effectively and treat them better. So I think when you're when you're thinking about the colorectal cancer screening space for us, that's a very busy space. There's a lot of companies out there that are trying to develop techniques to prevent and detect cancer. But there's also this very huge unmet need in clinical burden in the GI disease community in the inflammatory and autoimmune space and we're hoping to address that with our technology as well. This is all very exciting. If people want to learn more about what's happening at genoscope or maybe the new products that are available, where would they look? Absolutely. So you can see our upcoming research and what we've been doing in our press releases

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"c colon" Discussed on Talking Biotech Podcast

Talking Biotech Podcast

05:18 min | 4 months ago

"c colon" Discussed on Talking Biotech Podcast

"So it's a part. It's a two part process. We use our own collection kit that has stabilization buffers that preferentially degrade those materials that you're describing that are attacking our signal and then subsequently when the stool sample is received in the laboratory. We go through a series of steps to isolate the cells, isolate the RNA, preserve the RNA, and then quantify it effectively to get a robust signature that we can look at to assess for disease. And you mentioned something about transcriptomes earlier, so are you just doing transcriptome sequencing of what's left after you do this preservation step? Or is there an amplification step just to do a specific PCR targets just with traditional PCR? It's actually a combination of the two. So the reason why we've been successful is because there's been massive advancements in the ability to evaluate and quantify the RNA signals in samples. So people have been able to use kind of single cell sequencing or digital PCR, which leverages amplification approach, as well as those kind of traditional PCR methods, and we've done something similar. So our platform for the CRC screening assay is a digital PCR approach that leverages amplification, but it's contained within droplets. So it provides an absolute count of the RNA signature that we're looking for. Oh, I see. So you have a quantitative ability to do this, right? That's because can you learn more about the progression from the quantity of the target RNAs that are present? That's correct. So we use a quantitative approach to understand if the RNA transcript is too high. Or too low, we can find a signature that we know is associated with disease, and that informs our decision to send an individual to a colonoscopy or not. It still seems remarkable to me because just, you know, as a scientist who's worked with RNA for years and who understands these things a bit and does transcriptome work, it seems like if I was pulling RNA out of a human stool or any stool, it would seem like the vast vast majority of RNA I would get would come from bacteria. And so how are you able to really separate basically the question is, how do you find the needle in the haystack? Yeah, again, that's a long time that we spent in the laboratory to kind of preferentially amplify the eukaryotic or human signal relative to the bacterial noise. I was working in a laboratory that was funded by the Melinda Gates Foundation grant. And that was kind of my task at the time, was to see if we can differentiate the cells in stool sample and kind of map out which ones are eukaryotic map out, which ones are bacterial, and then separate them effectively during transit while it's coming into the laboratory, and then after we receive it in the laboratory. And so that was the basis for the technology that JanusGraph uses. To degrade that bacterial noise and amplify the human signal, which is what we use to detect disease. Seems to be, you know, it's just my guess. Kind of a newer player and what is already a an industry that does some sort of stool based detections. And how is your assay different from, say, other companies that have been working in this space? Yeah, I think there's two different types of companies in the colorectal cancer screening space. So there's exact sciences who produce Cologuard in 2014.

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"c colon" Discussed on Talking Biotech Podcast

Talking Biotech Podcast

04:27 min | 4 months ago

"c colon" Discussed on Talking Biotech Podcast

"Now we're back on the talking BioTech podcast. We're speaking with doctor Erika barnell. She's a cofounder and chief science officer at genoscope, and we started out the conversation today by talking about colorectal cancers and their prevalence in society. And the reason that these can be at least avoided if caught early, the molecular steps that happen in an iterative way that lead from a benign type of lesion into an aggressive malignant cancer. And so the question now is, how can we enhance the ability to detect this early in the absence of a colonoscopy that the sigmoidoscopy that has occurred is good, but not everybody gets it. And so the question now is, are there ways to catch this early? The other thought is, too, is that if this kind of assay is so good, it may completely eliminate the sigmoidoscopy at least in the beginning and maybe just the folks who get some warning signs need to go get it checked out. But we'll talk about that. So your company has developed a method to detect evidence of this commitment to this cancerous progression. And you're looking at gene expression in the gastrointestinal tract by looking at stool material, how exactly does that work? Absolutely. So stool samples are a combination of the waste that you produce when you eat things. As well as kind of some of the cells that are lining the intestinal tract of the colon, those cells are sloughed off into the stool and excreted as waste along with the other byproducts of what you ingest. And so what we're interested in is kind of collecting those cells that are sloughed from the lining of the colon and looking at them to see if any of those cells would signify that you have a cancer or a pre cancerous change in the colon that would require a colonoscopy for lesion removal. And are you looking

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"c colon" Discussed on Talking Biotech Podcast

Talking Biotech Podcast

02:37 min | 4 months ago

"c colon" Discussed on Talking Biotech Podcast

"Which is which can cause germline predisposition for cancer. And then you'll accumulate a kras activating mutation in subsequently the kind of last steps are when you have a TP 53 variant. So the APC gene is kind of the gateway to developing these polyps. That launched the process. And when you look at the APC gene relative to kind of the other genes in your genome, it's very large. And it's a tumor suppressor. So pretty much any pathologic mutation along that entire transcript can induce this type of change. So you really have a high target in this APC gene to develop a precancerous Paula. When you're thinking about those later changes, like activating kras mutations, it's a really specific variant that has to occur to activate kras, which is an onco target. So those the difference in the biology between the types of transcripts and the types of DNA variants that are accumulated over time is what creates the underlying biology of how this disease takes ten years to develop. And that's really illuminating. That helps tremendously because if people understand that this is a process of different events that are happening at the molecular level, now it starts to make sense of why the prevention is even more critical and it also really sets the table for your technology. And that's an excellent setup for us to discuss the way in which your company geney is using stools to do diagnostics to identify these different molecular events that have occurred to really be able to catch this nice and early. So this is the talking BioTech podcast by collabra and we'll be back in just a moment. This podcast is brought to you by collaborator featuring their electronic laboratory notebooks. One of the challenges of being a laboratory PI is that when working with diverse scientists, you find a diversity of record keeping preferences. And this can make long-term curation of data a real challenge. Looking back

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"c colon" Discussed on Talking Biotech Podcast

Talking Biotech Podcast

04:55 min | 4 months ago

"c colon" Discussed on Talking Biotech Podcast

"And so what we're finding is that colorectal cancer screening programs that utilize that time can actually detect these pre cancerous changes before malignant transformation of the lesion and that allows us to prevent people from actually developing colorectal cancer. So colonoscopies have been the gold standard for colorectal cancer screening since about the 70s. And those are excellent at detecting these precancerous lesions as well as detecting full blown colorectal cancer, but the reason why it's we shouldn't rely exclusively on colonoscopy is because patients are really non compliant with that procedure. So patients don't like doing the bowel preparation. They don't like taking time off work and who can blame them. It's not a procedure that should be taken lightly. There can be serious adverse events associated with the procedure. And most patients that undergo a colonoscopy actually don't have findings and will be instructed to come back ten years later. So our goal is to create molecular diagnostics that use samples that people just throw away in the toilet every day. And leverage that sample type to understand if patients actually need to go through this very invasive procedure of a colonoscopy to detect and remove a lesion. Yeah, you see this is what I was hoping you had mentioned is that the colonoscopy is really good, but only if you get one. Yeah, and too many people find this, like you say, the prep work and all that stuff. Frankly, I haven't really ever had a problem with it. I really enjoy the day off and knowing that I'm okay. Especially because I've come back with polyps that they've pulled out. And so I look forward to getting the next one just because I don't want to know that this preventable thing is being prevented. So I would like listeners who are in that age range to make sure that you do it, make sure your loved ones do it.

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"c colon" Discussed on Talking Biotech Podcast

Talking Biotech Podcast

04:40 min | 4 months ago

"c colon" Discussed on Talking Biotech Podcast

"And welcome to this week's edition of collaborative talking BioTech podcast. Now, over the last couple of weeks, we've talked a lot about different medical interventions that really are laying in the future. Things that are going to happen that will radically transform the way we treat different diseases.

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The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:46 sec | 4 months ago

We Have Fallen Into a Have It Your Way Societybret Stevens Says He Was

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'Dear Christian: Your Fear Is Full of Crap' With Doug Giles

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:20 min | 5 months ago

'Dear Christian: Your Fear Is Full of Crap' With Doug Giles

"I have as my guest right now, my friend, Doug, Giles, Doug, you encouraged me, just seeing you and hearing your voice. Thanks for being on. Eric, good to be with you, big dog. You're looking very dapper, man. Okay, the title of your books are sometimes they're hard to read. I'm holding the book here. It is dear Christian colon. It's a business letter. Dear Christian, you are fear is full of, I believe, the Greek word is scuba on poop. Dear Christian. Your fear is full of crap. Now, did you know that where the term crap comes from? Because people think it's like a bad word. It's not a bad word. Thomas crapper invented the flush toilet. He was an English man. He invented the flush toilet, so we would say, where are you going? I'm going to the crapper. And it's kind of taken on this weird meaning, but that's what it means. So you do not pull punches. So your book is titled dear Christian, your fear is full of crap and you have second Timothy one 7. So I don't remember offhand what a second Timothy one 7. Why is the title the title? Yeah, it's one of my favorite scriptures, Erica, especially in this day of mass delusional psychosis. It's where Paul told Timothy, who was raised by his mom and his grandmama, and he had a church in Ephesus. He's like, hey, Timothy, God didn't give you a spirit of fear, but of power, love, and a sound mind. And I'm looking at the church and how they embrace like Mark McDonald said a mass delusional psychosis from 2020 to 2021 plus. I've got a buddy up in Ottawa, Canada. His family goes to church up there. They're still masking up. Eric, they're still acting like, you know, the Bubonic plague is unleashed, you know, and that we've got to cower and fears poor little Christians and stuff. And you look at the scripture, the injunction to fear, I think it's the most replete command coming off the lips of the prophets and the apostles and Christ Jesus himself. And yet Christians decided that they're going to adopt fear instead of live bold wild and free. And the only people that I see in the scripture, Eric that have fear on them, according to, again, the scripture. I hate to bring that into it. It is the wicked.

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Doug Giles Shares the Premise of 'Psalms of War' Book

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:53 min | 10 months ago

Doug Giles Shares the Premise of 'Psalms of War' Book

"Of war that we discussed a few months ago. Tell us what that is in case people missed that program. Yeah, the book songs of war prayers are literally kick ass. It's a compendium of 28 imprecations. Wait a minute, wait a minute. Wait a minute. See, I can't let that go. That's so sums of war colon, prayers, go ahead, prayers that literally kick ass. That literally kick ass. Ladies and gentlemen, this is a family program. We have no problem using the term balaam's ass on this program. This is so funny. So sums of war prayers that literally kick us. These are called the imprecatory psalms, right? These are the ones where we're praying judgment down on evil on our enemies. Right. Yeah, and a lot of Christians are like, oh, Eric and Doug, we can't do that, that's for Old Testament times where God was an old meanie and now we've got sweet and cuddly 7 pound 13 ounce baby Jesus. And he has nary a Pete bad to say about evil leaders in their imaginations. And unlike widow, I can read and when I read Christ in the scripture, Matthew 22 43, he said that the imprecatory psalms on two that David wrote was inspired by this person called the third person of the godhead, the Holy Spirit. And so a lot of Christians back off from these imprecation Eric, they don't want to pray these harsh prayers, but listen, if we've got implacable enemies that are impenitent, that they are spot well that the bad ideas and demonic powers, then we don't go nice with them. We pull out this 44 Magnum dirty hairy prayer. This tomahawk missile, and we launch it at the powers of darkness, and yes, sometimes there are some human collateral damage, but they're in the Bible,

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How Does the Anti-Defamation League Define 'Racism?'

Mark Levin

01:46 min | 10 months ago

How Does the Anti-Defamation League Define 'Racism?'

"And it's been pointed out that the anti defamation league once took the position and I quote that racism quote is the belief that a particular race is superior or inferior to another That a person's social and moral traits are predetermined by his or her inborn biological characteristics Racial separatism is the belief most of the time based on racism that different races should remain segregated apart one from the other I don't disagree with that I think that's a pretty damn good Definition you want to know the truth But it's pointed out by Jerry dunleavy the anti defamation league changed its definition of racism sometime in July or August of 2020 So what To this racism colon the marginalization and or oppression of people of color Based on a socially constructed racial hierarchy that privileges white people You see the old definition couldn't work They couldn't work Because the ADL has apparently concluded like the Democratic Party for whom it effectively is associated And the media and the rest that racism isn't about treating individuals equally regardless of their race or your race racism is about as the critical race the remarks have been burping up The white dominant society oppressing everybody else

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 Howard Hesseman, star of 'WKRP in Cincinnati,' dies at 81

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 10 months ago

Howard Hesseman, star of 'WKRP in Cincinnati,' dies at 81

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AZ Senate Candidate Jim Lamon: 'It's Time for Washington to See Some Real Action'

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:41 min | 11 months ago

AZ Senate Candidate Jim Lamon: 'It's Time for Washington to See Some Real Action'

"A friend of mine, someone who's been very generous to turning point USA and he's a great American Jim layman, and you're running for U.S. Senate in Arizona. Charley, it's time for Washington to see some real action on the U.S. Senate floor. Somebody's really going to stand up for America first, Arizona. I'm going there to make sure it happens. Well, I love to hear that. And so you built a business here in Arizona. Tell us about that. Well, a great foundation of 8 years ago, we brought in great guys from the colon gas industry, which I had led for many years. Second largest company in that industry was fortunate to not start it, but build it to what it was. And then bringing those guys over, seeing an opportunity that said there's a new form of energy that if we focus with utility types really strong power people, not looking at as a greeny thing, look at the power thing. The way of the potential for it to become the lowest cost power. And we've actually achieved that about 5 years ago. We hit parity with the lowest current then formed natural gas. We've continued to drive that down and today Charlie, it's half the price of natural gas. I'm a believer in American energy dominance, not just independence, as our past president said. Or asterisk, guys that are in there now would not believe it, but we just have a strong belief that we've got so much resources in the country. Add solar to that mix. We should absolutely not be doing what the Biden and Kelly administration are doing now. Begging Saudi Arabia for more fuel and just crazy things like that when we've got it all here.

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Doctor recommends 'routine surveillance' after polyp removed from Biden's colon

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Doctor recommends 'routine surveillance' after polyp removed from Biden's colon

"The Pollock removed from president Biden's Colin last week was benign the president's physician says it was a slow growing but potentially pre cancerous lesion that required no further action in a follow up memo doctor Kevin o'connor says the specimen was similar to one removed from Biden in two thousand eight he says routine surveillance which normally calls for another colon Naskapi in seven to ten years was recommended the Mayo clinic's website says most colon polyps are harmless but some can develop into colon cancer over time my

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Colin Powell, First Black Secretary of State, Dies at 84 From COVID-19 Amid Cancer Battle

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:10 min | 1 year ago

Colin Powell, First Black Secretary of State, Dies at 84 From COVID-19 Amid Cancer Battle

"Show. The first black U.S. Secretary of State and chairman of the joint chiefs of staff a major political historic cultural figure has died at the age of 84, general Colin Powell died of complications from COVID-19, according to his family. Of course, lots of controversy during his career. He went before the UN Security Council made the case for war against Iraq. He, of course, reveal himself to be an Obama supporter and to many of us who at one point thought he might be a viable Republican candidate for office, that was all scuttled when he confirmed that he was essentially a liberal. And our political differences with colon Powell don't change our respect for his life and his legacy and most important the pain and grief that his family is feeling at his loss.

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Americans take largest lead against Europe in Ryder Cup

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Americans take largest lead against Europe in Ryder Cup

"The United States team is extended their lead other you're about that the second day's play in the Ryder Cup and head into the last day singles with a seemingly insurmountable six point lead once again the U. S. dominated the morning foursomes winning three of the four matches Europe mounted a mini fight back in the fold old matches winning two of the floor but it's still left the star studded American team with the dominant eleven to five point lead Dustin Johnson and colon or a comma continued to lead from the front remaining unbeaten for the week after adding two wins on the second day I'm Graham I got

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No. 8 Notre Dame Survives Toledo 32-29 After Wild 4Q

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

No. 8 Notre Dame Survives Toledo 32-29 After Wild 4Q

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"c colon" Discussed on Chicago Dog Walk

Chicago Dog Walk

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"c colon" Discussed on Chicago Dog Walk

"Walk right. so it's to me. I mean i'm. I'm all over the place right now This is it gets tough here late. it does. It gets really tough. Tell carlos feeling it too. I also can. I make a confession. Yeah i had like a brain problem here. So i forgot. We're taking wide receivers and now. I'm starting to panic about not having any. I haven't had nothing so far. That's trough see when you sent the tax. You didn't distinguish distinguish that we needed to draft from each era. 'cause i copy and pasted it. Just said can be so. I assumed it was like an open forum. Well considering we've done a similarly months and months and months and months ago may drafts ago. I mean we did it in this office as the first whatever so it was yeah a lie june which are tune with choline. Remember that one okay. The basketball on yeah. He did say months and months and months. Which would may three months. Moore's got your back. Did homage to completely go against what i said. Because i don't need to take this right now. I just i'm just i'm befuddled by guess. So i'm just gonna burn my running back because it's the obvious option. I'm gonna go twenty tents. And i'm gonna take adrian peterson nice. They p bad boy. Willie were you on the on the steelers when he ran over that guy on the steelers when he ran him over and then screen the quarterback. We'll gay vancouver. Great quarterback to it was a beautiful day in pittsburgh. Who would take it into the vikings breath. Form quarterback ap broke loose..

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"c colon" Discussed on Chicago Dog Walk

Chicago Dog Walk

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"c colon" Discussed on Chicago Dog Walk

"For like four hundred and fifty yards this week up. We're still gonna win though. Yeah i mean. It's like the classics and cut the head off. The snake and the snake does so that was that. was it as a team standpoint. If you're going to get a guy like philip or even should. I won't point. Yeah i mean like now. They had a pretty good team Believed to things like joe at quarterback. And you're done. I mean so. That's kind of how Your approach a quarterback who's lights out with the team is like that if transfer himselves out. Maybe they don't have a lot down in certain areas is out the fucking quarterback billfold does. He's their superman right and kill superman. Yatta super yeah Man caught the had the snake those good way to put it. he's got to have one of. Its most tragic legacies. Dan marino at talks minutes. Louis the first thing people say he was people understand he like so he will to the university of pittsburgh and he was a legend like he's a dot in pittsburgh and the biggest thing with him he's supposed to go to steal the running things that the rooney's owen rudy de wanted to drop them. Wanna him because he was already causing hell. He had grew up causing pittsburgh he grew up. He was hell as as a quarterback in pittsburgh buying for the university they felt like he would have went to the steelers they would. he would have been untouchable. You can tell him that he'd been told mahindrausa miami. They felt like literally saved his career. Ellison he's fog hall of famer. He's nasty yet attitude. He doesn't have a great media persona as they say. He's a little prick. I've met him a couple times. He's a sweetheart played. He was always surprised. Yeah that surprised to yeah. He was really nice meeting. You can tell you griffey. He's all screw is kind of like one of those guys are smoke. Cigarettes back shots on sundays. But he's talking like he's he's dan marino like. Yeah they 'nigma like i. I love him. So i i have for me when i think about a guy who's just pretty who came to new york and pissed on new york's turf and went back. Mommy one suntanning like ease it and the kids in the guys from pittsburgh a biggie. Was i think he's a special player. He has like the all time like sweetest throwing motion to just goes out of hand so fast. And he likes gambit from x. Men don't good analogy. I dan marino third. Qb off the board. Carl you're up.

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"c colon" Discussed on Chicago Dog Walk

Chicago Dog Walk

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"c colon" Discussed on Chicago Dog Walk

"Nfl history bar. None ongoing gronk is outside the box. Yeah that's tight end. I mean could have gone. Quarterback could've talked receivers and running backs taking the first site into the board. Are they the box. It's yes you said like mark. I would like me. Like she's an. I was thinking about drafting like robbie goldensohn for little miscellaneous action. There miscellaneous is not. It best time yeah. He's unstoppable freak of nature athletically. Game-changer game game changer. Right game you gotta find a fucking linebacker who cover roman walk. And i do think there's gonna be a lot of A lot of really great obviously tight ends taken in this. He's clearly the best blocking tight end of the group that will probably be drafted today. Like he he he he was like an he could do literally everything thrown out the club. He radio show. Yeah he came on a radio show just he say say we call get jazzy. Jeff you ever get jazzy. Jeff guy. I mean he he almost had. I love that kimbe slice blog. I don't know if you guys are that almost got jazz. And i wanna get you by him. Hongo's head. I never heard this store. Oh you gotta read the bog. I'll read it as he almost had to had with co kimba. Not so when you really wanna go head to head with at all at all at all. I mean that's a good pick. I mean it's you're getting high pick but crocs goat archie. Tom brady tom brady to thousands. I mean the fact that you the greatest quarterback whoever live i. i'm like hesitant even takings. I just don't want to hear from dave. Because dave is like the number one brady hater on the planet but i'm taking for the two thousands. I'm taking a guy who's got more rules than everybody. He's got all the records you could ever want. He's a leader. He's fucking everything and The greatest quarterback to ever do it number twelve. Tom brady and and not slowing down. Keeps win. It keeps putting up his best skill by far away. Is billy stay. Healthy and longevity without question is accuracy. Scott a great deep balls brain like he. There's a lot of things that go into making him the greatest quarterback of all time and not fuck fucking top. Supermodel written that cannot aid. You do judge individuals team accomplishments. Willie judge visit by team. That's a good question. did go back to you on. Do you think tom brady is a great quarterback. I l look. He's undisputably great quarterback. Do you think he's the greatest quarterback let greatest. Yeah because i think the greatest judge greatness bahrain's neces- standard now. That's how it's so ridiculous to me. I mean he. His defense gave up seven points in the super bowl and six points in the super bowl before that. How does nobody talk about how his defense. And one of the games he only thirteen points. One touchdown wasn't a touchdown. Pass that a score. Yeah i mean like chess. Mind boggling to me. How i'm the only one can smell but the new but then you you you cherry. Pick a few games but they. They've had other games where he put up. Talk it's it's all. The matters is super bowls. He's won every like for twenty years. I mean like the patriots. The most he argues topping our shows. Really this entire everyone on this. And yeah they they. They also argued about teddy bridgewater for probably eight hours combined. This just one. He just won the broncos starting job you drew lock okay fucking waterboy could beat out. You quarterback all right air. It is brady going..

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"c colon" Discussed on Chicago Dog Walk

Chicago Dog Walk

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"c colon" Discussed on Chicago Dog Walk

"What would fire you of your come out of the tunnel. Willie kalang if you wanna picture the stadium at its best. That's probably a good way to think about it. I don't. I don't know i'm starting to me unless you can state. I think i think happy rally rocket in the fall of the full moon. White out the white out sweetie. Thank you willy. That's sweet it's awesome. It's very very specific to one place. I also think like michigan back in the mid nineties like that. That's a rock employees. That's far charles woodson. Yes de often did not All right well. Let's i don't know about the college draft like you said. This is era thursday. So this'll be opening night. So this is perfect timing. I said same kind of deal is the one with of the nba. One quarterback too wide receivers one running back one tight end eighties nineties two thousand and two thousand ten and then one like future one like i said you're grabbing a lottery ticket. Who do you thinks going to be there. Where do we're gonna order now. I debate there later. there's going be locked so we gotta keep on Willy our social media guide. Danny has number one through five behind his back. What number is three. It's not three. Carl you to chief four tax. Dave one This is fucking joke. I've never wanted fifty three actually k. I'm gonna take three are one through four willie I'm gonna go to two carl. Four four that's four one through one two four five.

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What 9/11 Did to One Family

The Experiment

02:29 min | 1 year ago

What 9/11 Did to One Family

"Is one the thousands of people who lost someone. They love on september eleventh. Two thousand one twenty years ago now. Big brother bobby. Mcilvaine died that day in new york city at the age of twenty six. He was like reaching out insane. I want to show you my office and was specifically onto the because it was the last time i saw. He told this story to atlantic staff writer jennifer senior. Who wrote about the mcilveen for the atlantic magazine. How did this story come into your life. Well i mean the most obvious way it came into my life is that i knew bobby mcilvaine. He was my brother's roommate in college. He was my brother's roommate in new york city. When they were young then starting out. I would visit my brother at princeton. Bobby would be there and he would. Just be ridiculously precocious charming. He wanted to be a writer. But one of the things that bob learned early in his life in publishing is that a lot of people in publishing came from upper middle class families. They had cushions of money beneath their toes. And bobby's family didn't have that kind of money and bobby knew. He wanted to make a living and so he went into corporate. Pr after two years of being in book publishing. And that's how bobby ended up working for merrill lynch and going to work conference on one of the top floors of the north building of the world trade center on the morning of september eleventh. I went down had coffee and was going over my work like many americans on that morning. Bobby's mom. Helen was starting workday as a teacher and they had the tv set on in every classroom. And i my knees buckled and light. I had to be helped. Bobby's dad bob senior. Also a teacher at the time was also at work. It was on tv. I call home. Of course i try to bobby. We get colon now. The phone was ringing. No one could reach bobby. His parents is friends his girlfriend or his brother. Jeff

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Downward Facing Log

Mind Body No Soul

02:28 min | 1 year ago

Downward Facing Log

"Week's guided meditation for the constantly constipated the digestive warriors struggling for regularity and release the gluten go-getters. The defiant lactose intolerant. The horse lynn princesses. It doesn't matter that you're filled to the brim with undigested food. You still reach for that. Grew yay cheese. Canape and glass of temper neo. And that's what. I love about you girly if you find yourself stressed and overwhelmed by the state of your colon. This one's for you. If you find yourself cradling your belly like your the fucking octo mom but instead of eight babies your pregnant with a penny. Ar abbiati this one's for you if you're five laxative. Sti writhing in pain over your toto toilet rain. Too sweet baby. Hey seuss for even a micro bowel movement. This one's for you. I'd like for you now. Throw yourself on the bathroom floor. Preferrably close to a toilet schussed in case the syrupy smooth textures of my voice act has a natural auditory stool softener.

Husband of 'Real Housewives' Star NeNe Leakes Dies at 66

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Husband of 'Real Housewives' Star NeNe Leakes Dies at 66

"A cast member of one of the real house wives shows is facing a personal tragedy back in twenty eighteen many leaks of the real housewives of Atlanta told her Instagram followers her husband had colon cancer and now he has died a family publicist and friend says Gregg Leakes died of the disease at home peacefully and surrounded by his wife and children he was sixty six years old the rep says the family is in deep pain with a broken heart Greg and many leaks were first married in nineteen ninety nine two years before their son Brett was born they split in twenty eleven but reconciled and remarried a second time a couple years later I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Politico Reports Biden White Hosue Wants 'Props' on Afghanistan Efforts

The Dan Bongino Show

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Politico Reports Biden White Hosue Wants 'Props' on Afghanistan Efforts

"Here. Politico. Natasha Karaki White house to media. Yeah. Here we go. That's this is the actual headline, Not a joke. They're giving their instructions. White house to Media Colon. We want our props on Afghanistan. We want our props on Afghanistan. What are you? What are they? High school kids? Give me my props, Man. We want our props on Afghanistan. Don't know who that That's a quote from the White House or a quote from the reporter. But maybe always for a moment or two. Maybe right, like adults. I mean, there's only like a bunch of human lives at risk, you know? Just saying We want our props on Afghanistan. He caused the

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Physical Symptoms of Fat Loss

The Intermittent Fasting Podcast

02:31 min | 1 year ago

Physical Symptoms of Fat Loss

"Know everybody's going to be different with with what they experience. I don't know about eight. I've never heard aches as like really something related to fat loss. I would be concerned about an ache inside your body that you're having all the time so i don't know about that left upper. I don't know what that could be. So if you continue to have pain check with your doctor about that. You're gallbladders on the right right. I was just thinking like what is on your left. Upper your stomach or small intestines just found the coolest picture. Ever the left upper. Is your spleen colon. Left kidney increase. Is that where your spleen is. According to this picture. Okay so in the left. Lumber is you're descending colon and left kidney so yeah you might wanna check with dr gallbladders on the right but okay. I didn't know where the spleen was. I couldn't answer that for a million dollars. I would have thought the spleen was somewhere else. It's also in the the center top so it's like the center top to the left. Yep so i wouldn't think that would be something to just let go or assume that it's normal. I would not seem normal as far as that. What you're talking about that beads. Or ps under the skin. Yes i actually felt that. What is that what's happening. I don't know but that's something that you that you'll you'll feel right under the skin like i'll feel it on my abdomen like a little. It feels like you're rubbing a little something. I don't know what's happening like. I said but yeah people have reported. It smells you know. Yeah you talked about. Dna about ketosis breath. You'll certainly have different odors in your breath. Based on that as far as things coming out in your sweat urine that could also be related to if you're detoxing something because we know that toxins are stored in our fat cells and so as you're releasing fat. Whatever was in their stashed away. Whenever you stored that fat is gonna come out and if you were exposed to something weird during that time your body packed it away. You might be smelling it as it's coming back out. I did notice when i was in deep ketosis that my urine would have a certain kind of a smell to it. That sounds lovely to say right. Let's talk about the way our urine smells. But anyway it's just something like whenever i would do atkins for example back in the day i would always try to do atkins. There was a certain smell but always been long with that after a few days. So tim

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The Dangers of Sugar and Children

Food Issues

02:09 min | 1 year ago

The Dangers of Sugar and Children

"We all know that sugar isn't good for us but really let's take a deep dive into why we really need to limit it in our kids diets. Oh absolutely well. I think you know. Sometimes we forget that during times of rapid growth like in childhood and adolescence that you know kids bodies are really sensitive to the influence of dieting activity. Because they're growing so fast they're seltzer turning over rapidly and that makes them especially vulnerable to the effects of food of physical activity and weight and even environmental damage that can occur and so we really need to put an emphasis during this time of rapid cell growth to make sure that the genes that are being activated or turning on towards health not towards a genetic susceptibility and sugar can actually displace some of these high value. Nutrition foods that play in essential role not just in growth but an immunity but also cognition and genetic expression okay. That's something that we don't typically hear about. And so what about the things we do hear about a lot in terms of childhood obesity. Type two diabetes like these things. We should be concerned about. Oh absolutely i mean first off anytime you look at childhood obesity wolf whether you know kids are really actually normal weight or an overweight. Too much sugar again. Just places. high value nutrition and micronutrients that can increase the inflammatory process that leads to chronic disease over time. Even kids who were teenagers who are overweight and adolescents have a significantly higher risk of colon cancer later in life. I mean we're even seeing precursors in heart disease in children. I mean if you look at like obesity in preschoolers. I think it's risen from around five percent in the early seventies like nineteen seventy two up to close to fourteen percent

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"c colon" Discussed on Unclassical

Unclassical

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"c colon" Discussed on Unclassical

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