19 Burst results for "Chronic Liver Disease"

"chronic liver disease" Discussed on GSMC Health and Wellness Podcast

GSMC Health and Wellness Podcast

06:04 min | 7 months ago

"chronic liver disease" Discussed on GSMC Health and Wellness Podcast

"Core the break we were talking about cancer and men and how it's really important to eat nuts to improve sexual function and men. Now we're going to talk about some leading causes of death in males within the United States. Now these numbers are from a CDC study that was published in twenty seventeen and it is combined by the socio logical construct of race as well as Hispanic origin and that includes non Hispanic White Non Hispanic Black Non Hispanic American Indian or Alaska Native Non Hispanic Asian or Pacific Islander and Hispanic so race and Hispanic or reported separately on death certificates in general. And so they used both of these two. How with understanding the demographics of the Study Group? In general they found that of all races and origins all ages and so on the leading cause of death and males within the US is heart disease at twenty four percent so about a quarter of men of all ages races and origins tend to die from heart disease. That is twenty one percent for cancer. Almost twenty two percent unintentional injuries as the next closest at seven point six percent and below that at five percents or lower our chronic respiratory diseases stroke diabetes Alzheimer's Suicide Influenza and you Monja and chronic liver disease. Those last two are at one point eight percent just to give you a general idea of what you're looking at so win. They studied these. They had a very large group of people and they based this information on their table of their cumulative sample so this is also published in the national vital statistics report for two thousand seventeen and they discuss different types of birth defects benign neoplasms which are types of tumors more or less of uncertain or unknown behavior there types of growth more or less as well as issues that were malignant neoplasms like cancer. Liver Disease Diabetes Heart Disease. Hiv hypertension homicides pregnancy complications unintentional injuries. And so on say examined a very wide range of persons to obtain this data they did heart disease and cancer kill about forty five percent of men in the US of all races origins and ages. So that's important to keep in mind as we proceed and discussing these concepts together today for cancer in men. A lot of men tend to die from colon cancer and that inspires a lot of people to go ahead and get diagnosed themselves if their parents or grandparents or other first order relatives have had a type of cancer. Then they're more likely to go and get screened so some folks don't get screened and they don't go until they have symptoms and the doctor finds the cancer at that point but oftentimes by that point. It's already spread so it's important to follow. These screenings at specific ages and ride around. The generally agreed upon area of ages for men is to start getting screened for prostate and testicular cancer. Around the time you turn fifty forty five if you have someone else in your family who has had to stick your cancer. Who was blood related to you? Now you should get these regularly and it can be kind of unpleasant but overall a lot of men say the procedure itself is really chill and that it's worth in order to try to catch cancer early before it becomes very problematic so in order to lower your chances of getting cancer in these cases they recommend that you stay away from tobacco if you do smoke. Try to quit or at least drastically reduce how many cigarettes or how much tobacco. In general you are imbibing and to stay away from secondhand smoke. They also recommend staying up to date on your screening tests for colorectal and lung. Cancer should limit the amount of alcohol. You drink a day remember. The general recommendation is two drinks fewer for men up to age sixty five and then sixty five and older. You can have one per day. You should also protect your skin from the sun. I think that melanoma is one of the most underrated skin cancers and under thought of skin cancers. I know a lot of folks. Slather their kids in some block but don't wear any themselves and it blows my mind just a little bit. Make sure you're protecting your skin from the sun. Also getting to a healthy weight and staying physically active can really be beneficial for your overall health in making sure your immune system is doing what it needs to do. And you're setting your body up for Success Syrup Guards to cancer.

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"chronic liver disease" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:33 min | 9 months ago

"chronic liver disease" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Investor last few minutes we've received information from Richard Shelby that Richard Shelby says that he's not in support of it is that this will not happen six people not be transported here as as a fall back so you know in the last few minutes all well Alabama officials have threatened legal action if the patients had been brought there a study from USC link secondhand smoke to chronic liver disease and found that mice were exposed to secondhand smoke had changes in their genes and molecular pathways that regulate how the liver processes facts lead author Stella Tomasi says non alcoholic fatty liver disease is complex and dark wheat accumulation of fault in the leverage and not the stage evaded the rush the ball any very curable you will can you know you you can change your diet or your your lifestyle but if it's left untreated it can lead to things like inflammation and liver cancer Tomassi said she hopes that the molecular changes that were noticed in the study can be used as biomarkers to detect the disease at an early stage it's four forty two there is a single word in east LA this is due to a fatality it's on the five south at the seven ten and as a result only the right lane right now was open we'll take a close look at that and other traffic problems coming up in two minutes with loose dollars so here with the word that's just weird Terry cloth good thank you Terry and why does he get his own fabric the journey below SPF fifty fight off some weeds.

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"chronic liver disease" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:50 min | 9 months ago

"chronic liver disease" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Operated a medical clinic in Lynn what is been re sentenced to thirty months in prison for issuing prescriptions for no medical reason Edward rid Gil was found guilty at twenty seventeen but an appeals court vacated the original sentence prescriptions for powerful narcotics and said it is mostly for young people prosecutors say rid Gil specialized in the most popular and powerful drug cocktail that has no real medical purpose and he went from being a doctor to a common drug dealer I know you will see study says secondhand smoke might be contributing to the rise of chronic liver disease lead author Stella Tomasi tales KNX the research in mice found that secondhand smoke smoke exposure changes do jeans a molecular pathways that regulate how the liver processes fact changes can be you as molecular bio markers for early detection and early detection is very important because he set the stage that even the fees that chronic liver disease is more curable twenty thirty and forty percent of adults in the US are affected by non alcoholic fatty liver disease open ace pitcher Mike Fiers says he's received death threats after igniting the investigation into the Astros sign stealing scandal he tells the San Francisco Chronicle that he's dealt with threats before and it's just another thing in this place so it's not overly concerned me while former red Sox star David Ortiz is also taking issue with the picture he spoke to reporters at spring training this guy the picture that came out talking about unlimited why all up to you make your money after you get your ring decide to talk about watch it over to them this season what was going on what is what what you didn't say I don't want to be no part of now so you look like a snitch the eighties and Major League Baseball are aware of threats to fire safety they say they're taking measures to protect him and his family particularly.

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New Report on Status of SA Women Show Some Gains Amid Troubling Violence Trends

Charlie Parker

04:01 min | 1 year ago

New Report on Status of SA Women Show Some Gains Amid Troubling Violence Trends

"Major discrepancies in the report on the status of women in San Antonio. Some of these facts and figures reported in the twentieth. Nineteen report on the status of women in San Antonio really scary, especially when it comes to the issue of violence and safety women and bear county have by far the highest level of violent death by homicide of any county in Texas. As a matter of fact, our murder rate of women in bear county, one point eight per one hundred thousand that compares two point five per one hundred thousand up the road in Travis county, or more than three times, higher than Travis county and also three times, higher than Dallas county. Very, very scary statistics, San Antonio, has the highest rape rate by far of any major county in Texas, seventy five per one hundred thousand in Houston is only thirty five per one hundred thousand. Domestic violence and issue in the current race for mayor a real serious problem. The number of women murdered by mail intimate partners in bear county has been steadily increasing, and it is tripled since twenty twelve I mean, just think about that. That is just a terrifying statistic research shows violence against women is directly related to levels of gender inequality in a society and also violence affects affects women and many other ways living in fear damage to self esteem damage to their ability to grow to reach out to become entrepreneurs to all in their own businesses to invest in their lives. All of that is affected by violence against women others. They studied deaths from despair, which is a kind of an interesting catchphrase. It's used a lot these days. Women in bear county death rates per one hundred thousand by suicide whereabout average among the major counties in Texas among women. Drug induced were actually lower alcohol accidental drug overdose for lower alcohol. Induced were about average desk by chronic liver disease and psoriasis, significantly higher, in bear county than across the country. And that is just simply having a bad diet and also drinking being irresponsible than in diet and taking care of yourself. Women sixteen to twenty four years old in the San Antonio area. This is interesting. This is a positive are far less likely to be high school dropouts than males are, so at least a young girls are finishing high school. But when they go on to college, they're not majoring in the most lucrative fields twelve percent of women earn their degree in a stem field. Science technology, engineering or math in two thousand seventeen compared with thirty percent of women, and that's where the high paying jobs are obviously, we've talked a lot about the earnings gap the median. Earnings both men and women rise with the level of education, but at each educational level, meanings of men are higher than women in bear county among the most educated workers women make seventy two cents for every dollar that an educated man makes though area that we're saying the best progress is in city government. There is a push for what is called equity in city, boards and commissions. And we're getting there, there are several boards and commissions that are majority women, but there's still a lot that are one hundred percent man. We also have the lowest percentage of women on city council thirty percent of any major city in the country. As the report said, we need women's voices and shaping laws and policies, so they better reflect women's interests, and needs not to mention the fact that women are fifty three percent of the voters in bear county. So there's a long ways to go. I gotta tell you. This is not a positive study by any means we can expect a lot out of city hall in the coming year by whoever is elected mayor. To try to deal with some of these scary disparities, especially when it comes to crime and domestic violence in this

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"chronic liver disease" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"chronic liver disease" Discussed on KTRH

"Dot com. That's where you could sign up for Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube all of our videos are there a number of videos. All right. What I want to chat about now is an infection, which maybe you have heard about. Maybe you have not it's called vim brio Vivio vulnificus now. For those on the Gulf Coast here, and those that may not be on the Gulf Coast. This is an important health and wellness topic. That you really really need to have an understanding of now many times there is more of an alert more stories in the summer through September October when the water of the ocean is warmer, but this is an infection that you can contract any time of the year and the way you get this vitriol vol -nificant, it is highly deadly. Let me say that again. This infection will kill you. I've seen numerous people over the past twenty five years die of this. It is horrible to see. And a lot of people will. Talk about flesh eating bacteria. This is one of the causes of flesh eating bacteria from eating raw oysters now being a foodie I enjoy cooking. I enjoy shopping preparing food cooking for others. One thing I will never ever eat or prepare for you. Is royster. Now, I never grew up. Eating raw oysters on Long Island. There were voice tres and clams. But my family, my mom and dad never really got into this. We had plenty of. Fresh clams and tomato red sauce with spaghetti. But they were caught. But raw oysters are a problem. Now, the reason raw oysters have vitriol, vol -nificant. Is because the the the physiology of the alster they take in the seawater into their gut, and they concentrated so all of the toxins, I'll say are concentrated within the body of the oyster, which you then will eat raw. In addition hepatitis A A like apple. Is seen with increased frequency of eating raw oysters. And so is it. Appropriate for me to say. The people of earth stop eating raw oysters. Well, it comes down to you could make your own choices. But are you educated on the risk? All right now, the main thing is if especially especially if you have liver disease any kind of liver disease, including something as quote, unquote, minor which it really isn't that minor as fatty liver. Those with alcoholism, chronic alcohol abuse, any sort of cancer diabetes. HIV or? All right. Let's go through it again, chronic liver disease, cirrhosis, alcoholism, cancer, diabetes, HIV or phthalates thalidomide. Or if you're receiving any sort of immune suppressing therapy for cancer steroids for some sort of autoimmune disease, all of that is weakening the immune system. And if you're exposed to vibrio. Lights out. Now, the other thing, and this is this is sort of an emerging problem people that are taking proton pump inhibitors these.

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"chronic liver disease" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"chronic liver disease" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Dna sampling completed in just sixty nine working days. We'll ask my guests about the preliminary results. It's just now rolling out. But let's first look at this. Why Nevada's specifically why northern Nevada Welk health care providers and scientists wanted to focus specifically on wash oh county because of the area's very high agent. Justin death rates for artists heart disease cancer and chronic lower respiratory disease. But while northern Nevada is our focus today. The whole state can get a lot healthier the Nevada division of public health. Most recently released data on causes of death in the state says these lead the list cancer, heart disease and lower respiratory disease. As we mentioned, but also chronic liver disease, and cirrhosis influenza and pneumonia, Alzheimer's disease, diabetes, mellitus strokes, and suicide, and you know, doctor I want to get to the results of the study in a bit. But I want to focus for a second on the using of wash county. Oh, it's very high in those three diseases. I mentioned that I know that focusing in on that. That area was really important for this study washer county. This is a great place to have the say, we have a large integrated health system with an electronic medical record that goes back ten years, and the investigators are partners from desert research institute are also co located around the block, so it was very easy for us to execute the study, and when you add that to the fact that in Washington county we have crises race and Jess from crime disease rates exceed national averages. Thirty three percent above the national average third higher terrible. And it was a real opportunity for us to focus. I saw study from the washer county health district says almost all leading causes of death and disability in the county are chronic diseases the relate to one or more factors, including porn, attrition, physical, inactivity, tobacco use and exposure. And you're really seeing that in Washington county, aren't you and the opportunity that we? We have is to give people information about their genetics and hopefully engage them in a conversation about health and health literacy and examples of how they can live healthier by stopping smoking eating right cetera. But what we know is that some people don't have access to good nutrition. Some people don't have access to safe living environment. Those what we call social determinants of health are as influential on your overall health says anything else, we have, you know, the CDC says that chronic diseases account for seventy percent of all deaths, and they cause, of course, major limitations and your daily living as well for ten percent of all Americans, which as you've mentioned the seriously batting wash U county. But the good news is you believe that your study might really turn things around were there. A couple of ways I think it will help one. We're engaging people in conversation about health, and what needs to be healthy, you know, being able to be out in the outdoors, which is amazing in Nevada. Letting people take advantage of that lay go on high. Hike making for exercising appropriately. Making sure that they're using the resources that are available to them are as important as anything else kinetics is a small sliver, but by engaging them in the conversation perhaps about their ancestry. We will further have a conversation about what's making them unhealthy and what they can do to change behavior. We've talked about this in your. I know you're so excited about this project. And it's funny because that news report, I mentioned it signed the washer county chief medical examiner or coroner saying that she expects the rising trend of deaths in Nevada from diseases and conditions we've discussed who can to continue, and I thought not Dr slowly and help it right? The these kinds of things take time, but they started you have to start somewhere. So we're starting here and hopefully over the course of time, we'll we'll be able to help improve those mortality.

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"chronic liver disease" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"chronic liver disease" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Us. Glad you're here on this thanksgiving Thursday, November twenty two Gordon Deal. With Jennifer Kushinka coming up this half hour how America lost its love for the manual transmission? Also pro athletes who beg for faster stronger video game doubles. And if you're American good luck finding Turkey and all the trimmings if you're in Europe for thanksgiving love that story in about twenty minutes. On a serious note here drugs in suicide are pushing down life expectancy in the US. That's according to a special report from the CDC that found rising rates of overdose deaths suicide and chronic liver disease, even as Americans improve survival rates for other well known causes of death like cancer more from Laura Kelly health reporter at the Washington Times. Lord gives us some findings though, this is a trend that help. Researchers have started to observe over the past few years that are like expectancy is going down in two thousand fourteen average American could expect to about seventy point nine years old. That's now down to about seventy point six, which I mean doesn't seem like a big difference. When you start to look at it to other countries where their life expectancy on average is eighty one years old and above. I see. And when we remain on those numbers on gender women live longer than men for men mannered are dying at an earlier age, seventy seventy six seventy five and then also when you look at race African American men are dying. Maybe even by I it can be as well as a seventy seventy three researchers at the centers for disease control prevention closer, look at by the death rates why we were dying at earlier ages. And I think we all know what a Colby opioid epidemic has taken in the US and into. Seventeen seventy two thousand people died of a drug overdose. So that is one of the main drivers at bringing expectancy it's really killing off people between the age of twenty five to thirty four. But what this latest report showed was that even older Americans forty forty up are dying from drug overdoses suicides. And there is an increase in liver disease Americans, which is driving boy is is the liver connection tied to drinking. So those three main. That are that are increasing wine is the obesity epidemic. So one doctor from John Hopkins at an increasing fatty liver disease. And then there's also complications from hepatitis C. That even though there.

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"chronic liver disease" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"chronic liver disease" Discussed on KTRH

"That story in about twenty minutes. Serious note here drugs and suicide are pushing down life expectancy in the US. That's according to a special report from the CDC that found rising rates of overdose deaths suicide and chronic liver disease, even as Americans improve survival rates for other well known causes of death like cancer more from Laura Kelly health reporter at the Washington Times, Laura give some findings follow. This is a trend that help. Researchers had started to observe over the past few years that our life expectancy is going down in two thousand fourteen at average American could expect to about seventy eight point nine years old. That's now down to about seventy point six which doesn't seem like a big difference. When you start to look at it compared to other countries where their life expectancy on average is eighty one years old and above. And when we remain on those numbers on gender women live longer than men mannered are dying at an earlier age, seventy seven seventy six seventy five. And then also when you look at race African American men are dying. By that. I I don't know. But it can be as well as a seventy. Three researchers at the Senator disease prevention. Closer look at Bibey death rates. Why we were dying at earlier ages. And I think we we all know what a Colby opioid epidemic has taken on in the US and into Tennessee seventy two thousand people died of a drug overdose. So that is one of the main drivers at bringing out like expectancy. It's really killing off people between the ages of twenty five to thirty four. But what this latest report showed that even older Americans forty forty up are dying from drug overdoses and suicide and there is an increase in liver disease. Among American which is driving doctrate boy is the deliver connection tied to drinking. So those three main reasons that are that are increasing as the obesity epidemic Boyne Dr John Hopkins that they're seeing an increasing fatty liver disease. And then there's also complications from hepatitis C. That even though there is a triple hepatitis neither stuffing people that are having symptoms decades later, and then the third is from drinking too much, and when taken altogether I mean. Can be interrelated drug striking depression, mental health. So this is something. I mean, I think we are looking at just continue to highlight the risks. We're speaking with Laura Kelly health reporter at the Washington Times, and she's written pieces, titled drug overdoses, and suicides or pushing life expectancy in the US behind that of other developed nations. It's strange, right. I mean, I think you point out in the story we're doing better with things we sometimes can't control like cancer yet doing poorly things we can control. Right. I mean, not not so many bright spots in by a heartening to see that rates of heart disease. All right. We've at least stable maybe going down a little bit and cancer on death rates are also going out, and that just goes to show how valuable pudding. Funding into research. I think has shown has shown those were worth. And that's what we're attempting to do now with tragedy. And what's with expanding suicide prevention hotline? Hopefully as one of the diseases that is raising the death rate is Al hammers. And we really have no more fall progress intriguing or detecting Alzheimer's. And and also, you know advocates really push for increased funding. And and and I think it's starting fed maybe move a little bit, Laura, Laura. Kelly health reporter at the Washington Times. Twenty one minutes now in front of the hour on This Morning, America's first news..

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"chronic liver disease" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"chronic liver disease" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"You're listening to America's First News this morning with Gordon Deal. Thanks for being with us closer here on this thanksgiving Thursday, November twenty two Gordon Deal with Jennifer Kushinka coming up this f our how America lost its love for the manual transmission, also pro athletes who beg for faster stronger video game doubles. If you're American good luck. Finding a Turkey and all the trimmings if you're in Europe for thanksgiving love that story in about twenty minutes. Serious note here drugs and suicide are pushing down life expectancy in the US. That's according to a special report from the CDC that found rising rates of overdose deaths suicide and chronic liver disease, even as Americans improve survival rates for other well known causes of death like cancer more from Laura Kelly health reporter at the Washington Times, Laura give us some findings. This is a trend that how researchers had started to observe over the past few years that our life expectancy is going down in two thousand fourteen average American could expect to about seventy point nine years old. That's now down to about seventy point six, which I mean doesn't seem like a big difference. When you start to look at it to other countries where their life expectancy on average is eighty one years old and above fifty. And when we remain on those numbers on gender women live longer than men mannered are dying at an earlier age, seventy seven seventy six seventy five. And then also when you look at race African American men are dying maybe by it. I I don't know the, but it can be as well as a seventy. Researchers at the prevention why closer look at by the bathroom. That's why we were dying at earlier ages. And I think we we all know what it called the epidemic has taken. I'm in the US and into seventeen seventy two thousand people died of a drug overdose. So that is one of the main drivers at bringing out like expectancy. It's really killing off people between the age of twenty five to thirty four. But what this latest report showed was that even older Americans forty forty up are dying from drug overdoses. I'm suicide and there is an increase in liver disease, America's which is often driving. Boy is is the liver connection tied to drinking. So those three main. That are that are increasing liver disease line the next. One doctor from John Hopkins. Tell me that they're seeing an increasing fatty liver disease. And then there's also complications from hepatitis C. That even though there.

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"chronic liver disease" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"chronic liver disease" Discussed on KTOK

"Us. Glad you're here on this thanksgiving Thursday, November twenty two Gordon Deal. With Jennifer Kushinka coming up this half hour how America lost its love for the manual transmission? Also pro athletes who beg for faster stronger video game doubles. If you're American good luck. Finding a Turkey and all the trimmings if you're in Europe for thanksgiving love that story in about twenty minutes. On a serious note here drugs and suicide are pushing down life expectancy in the US. That's according to a special report from the CDC found rising rates of overdose deaths suicide and chronic liver disease, even as Americans improve survival rates for other well known causes of death like cancer more from Laura Kelly health reporter at the Washington Times, Laura give us some findings though this is a trend that help. Researchers have started to observe over the past few years that our life expectancy is going down in two thousand fourteen at average American could expect to about seventy eight point nine years old. That's now down to about seventy point six, which I mean doesn't seem like a big difference. When you start to look at it other countries where their life expectancy on average is eighty one years old and above fifty discrepancies. And when we remain on those numbers. On gender women live longer than men so mannered are dying at an earlier age seventy seventy six seventy five. And then also when you look at race African American men are dying. Maybe even by I don't know the it can be as well as a seventy. Researchers at the federal prevention why take a closer look at by the bath rates. Why we were dying at earlier ages. And I think we we all know what a cold the opioid epidemic has taken in the US and into. Seventeen seventy two thousand people died of a drug overdose. So that is one of the main drivers at bringing out like expectancy. It's really killing off people between the ages of twenty five to thirty four. But what this latest report showed that even older Americans forty forty up our guiding from drug overdoses suicides, and there is an increase in liver disease Americans, which is often driving boy is the is the liver connection tied to drinking. So there's three main. That are that are increasing liver disease wine is the obesity epidemic. So one doctor from John Hopkins told me that they're seeing an increase in fatty liver disease. And then there's also complications from hepatitis C. That even though there.

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"chronic liver disease" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"chronic liver disease" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Dna sampling completed in just sixty nine working days. We'll ask my guests about the preliminary results just now. Now rolling out. But let's first look at this. Why Nevada's specifically why northern Nevada? Well, kelp care providers and scientists wanted to focus specifically on wash oh county because of the area's very high age adjusted death rates for artists heart disease cancer and chronic lower respiratory disease. But while northern Nevada is our focus today. The whole state can get a lot healthier the Nevada division of public health. Most recently released data on causes of death in the state says these lead the list cancer, heart disease and lower respiratory disease. As we mentioned, but also chronic liver disease, influenza and pneumonia, Alzheimer's disease, diabetes, mellitus, strokes and suicide and doctor. I want to get to the results of the study in a bit. But I want to focus for a second on the cheating of wash. Oh county. Oh, it's very high in those three diseases. I mentioned I know that focusing in on that area was. Really important to you for this study wash county. This is a great place to have the site. We'd have a large integrated health system with an electronic medical record that goes back ten years, and the investigators are partners from desert research institute are also co located around the block, so it was very easy for us to execute the study, and when you add that to the fact that in Washington county, we'd have crises race and Jess from crying disease rates exceed national averages. Thirty three percent above the national average third higher terrible. And it was a real opportunity for us to focus sauce study. From the washer county health district says almost all leading causes of death and disability in the county are due to chronic diseases, the relate to one or more factors including poor nutrition, physical, inactivity, tobacco use and exposure. And you're really seeing that in wash county, aren't you? And the opportunity that we have is. To give people information about their genetics, and hopefully engage in a conversation about health and health literacy and examples of how they can live healthier by stopping smoking eating, right? But what we know is that some people don't have access to good nutrition. Some people don't have access to safe living environment. Those what we call social determinants of health are as influential on your overall health status as anything else, we have, you know, the CDC says that chronic diseases account for seventy percent of all deaths, and because of course, major limitations and your daily living as well for ten percent of all Americans, which as you've mentioned the seriously batting Washington county. But the good news is you believe that your study might really turn things around with their a couple of ways, I think it will help one. We're engaging people in conversation about health, and what needs to be healthy, you know, being able to be out in the outdoors, which is amazing in northern about letting people take advantage of that letting them go on a hike. Making for exercising appropriately. Making sure that they're using the resources that are available to them are as important as anything else kinetics is a small sliver, but by engaging them in the conversation perhaps about their ancestry. We will further have a conversation, but what's making them what they can do to change their behavior. We've talked about this. And you're I know you're so excited about this project. And it's funny because that news report, I mentioned, it cited the washer county chief medical examiner coroner saying that she expects the rising trend of deaths in Nevada from diseases and conditions we've discussed to to continue, and I thought not if Dr slowly help it right? The these kinds of things take time, but they start you have to start somewhere. So we're starting here and hopefully over the course of time, we'll we'll be able to help improve those mortality rates. Okay..

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"chronic liver disease" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

05:16 min | 2 years ago

"chronic liver disease" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"A special report from the CDC that found a rising rates of overdose deaths suicide and chronic liver disease, even as Americans improve survival rates for other well known causes of death like cancer more from Laura Kelly health reporter at the Washington Times, Laura. What are we learning? Average American could expect for about seventy point nine years old now down to about seventy points, which seem like a big difference. But when you start to look at it compared to other countries where their life expectancy on average is eighty one years old and above. And. Hamburgers on gender. Men are dying at earlier age. Seventy six five. And then also look at race advocate. American men are dying. I I don't know. It can be as well as seventy or seventy three. And so researchers at the Senator control prevention. Look at by rates were going why we were dying at earlier ages. And I think we all know the opioid epidemic has. Okay. I am in US and into. Seventy people died I would drug overdose. So that is. Drivers at bringing out really people between the age of twenty thirty four typically. But what the latest report showed that EBay older Americans forty forty bring up our guy. Drug overdoses suicide and there is an increase in liver disease. American which is driving data rates. Boy is is the liver connection tied to drinking. Three main. That are increasing. Dr Bob Johns Hopkins. Fatty liver disease. Also competition that even though there is a. That are having symptoms decades later, and then the third is from. And when taken all together, I mean. Interrelated strengthening depression. How so. I mean, I think we are looking at. Just to highlight the risks. We're speaking with Laura Kelly health reporter at the Washington Times. And she's written a piece entitled, drug overdoses and suicides are pushing life expectancy in the US behind that of other developed nations. It's strange. Right. I mean, I think you playing on the story we're doing better with things we sometimes can't control like cancer yet doing poorly things we can control. I mean, not not so many bright spots in in this case by a what's heartening to see about know. At least eighty going down a little bit. And cancer on death rates from cancer also going to show how valuable pudding? Binding into research. I think has shown has shown those rewards. And that's what we're talking now with good. And what's suicide prevention hotline? Hopefully, also one of the. Breaking the is out and will have no fall progress. Or detecting? Alpine and. No. Really push for increased. It's starting fed. Maybe. With regards to suicides. Is there a reason tied to that anybody saying, it's it's the way we medicate our kids these days, obviously, you've heard that. I've heard that surcharge crime California who are looking into the role in. Affects especially major. Bow boys than men in general commit suicide at a larger rate a women. Thanks, laura. Laura. Kelly health reporter at the Washington Times twenty minutes now in front of the hour on This Morning, America's first news. When working at a growing business you wear many hats, the new business hat to buying toner for the copy machine has the sifting through tonnes of resumes as you can throw away that last hat. Thanks to indeed dot com when posting your job. Indeed. Let's you have screener questions that give you a less time consuming route to your shortlist of qualified candidates. So go ahead dust off that extra long months.

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"chronic liver disease" Discussed on Science Friday

Science Friday

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"chronic liver disease" Discussed on Science Friday

"Of the digestive health clinic research center at Augusta university. Welcome to science Friday. Thank you. I want to give out a phone number eight, four, four, seven, two, four, eight, two, five, five felt folks might be very interested in talking about that. Also. You can tweet us at the scf fry. So you know, most people who are familiar with probiotics, but for those who aren't give us small definition of what they are and what would some why would somebody want to take one? So the WHO has defined probiotics as live microorganisms that confer health benefit if ingested in sufficient quantities. Now that is the w hich your definition. So in in in simple domes, these are bacteria that hopefully will replenish our colonic microflora and give us health benefit. So so when the probiotic is working properly, the bacteria should go into your your large intestine, right? Your colon area. That is correct. Now we have what about five hundred. Billion bacteria and about five hundred different species of bacteria in the colon. So the very large population of bacteria and different species, but most probiotic formula that we have available now, they probably have anything between two to ten or twelve different types of bacteria. That's all we have in the probiotic group. Now the you, you say that the bacteria can go wrong. Things can go wrong with them. We don't want them in our small intestine, their upper GI track. That's correct. So they're they're designed or at least believed to once we ingest it. And if in a capsule form they'll go unchanged through the stomach tuna small bowel and get into the colon and confer their health benefits. But that has not been very categorically and systematically proven there is very little data to say that if you take a particular probiotic and then they've collected poop, if you like the other end to see whether they are really culturing these bacteria coming out at the other. Now, there are some very few studies, but the majority don't and we have hundreds and hundreds of preparations out there with virtually no studies on them. So they're not regulated at all as if they were a drug, people are taking them thinking. They're like, maybe like herbal medication. That's how most people are taking it. Most people believe that they, it confers help benefit just like taking a multivitamin pill, and it is not a multivitamin pill. They are live bacteria that we are taking and from the majority of folks, I suppose it doesn't do a lot, but for some it can cause significant harm. And that's what we found in our study. Tell us about what you found. So I as a gastroenterologist, usually see patients with belly problems. So they come to me with, you know, belly pain, gas, bloating, distension, sometimes constipation diarrhea. These are common problems. So we've I've been seeing this kind of patients for twenty thirty years of my career. But in the last five to seven years, we suddenly started seeing patients who are in addition to these symptoms reporting brain fog is now that's a rare symptom for gastroenterologist. I guess if you have brain fog in as you may see your internal Demissie and neurologist or psychiatrist, but not a gastroenterologist, but these folks were really coming with this unusual symptom in addition to their belly problem. So we said, this is art. Why are these guys having brain fog Innis? So we really set about to try and find out what is going on. Our initial hypothesis was that they were producing something in their gut that was getting absorbed into the body and some are causing fogging us in the brain. And now we do see some patients. For example, we see patients with chronic liver disease. These are people with liver failure or kidney failure who do have some fog Innis at that because of accumulation of ammonia or urea and so on..

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Study links frequent gadget use to increased ADHD symptoms in teens

KNX Programming

01:16 min | 2 years ago

Study links frequent gadget use to increased ADHD symptoms in teens

"Can't extend seventy there's a new reason to reign, in your teenagers constant use. Of digital media, USC study shows a link between frequent digital activity and ten Deficit disorder The first evidence showing the frequent use of these new modern types of digital media associated with the occurrence of ADHD symptoms and team around ten percent of kids who are frequent users developed ADHD symptoms compared to about four and a half percent of non frequent users and. Study author Adam Levin doll, tells KNX these are, serious symptoms, extremely restless poor, impulse control interrupting others and blurting out answers. Before thinking, he says part of the problem is that parents sometimes set a bad example their own frequent, digital activity Brian paying KNX ten seventy NewsRadio overall cancer deaths in the United States are down with one very, notable exception, liver cancer new research from the CDC shows liver cancer is actually on. The, rise unfortunately we've seen cancers impatience were very limited options because percent too late. To us Dr Sami saw professor of medicine and surgery is UCLA patients who have chronic liver disease. And sarosa we screener for liver cancer With abdominal imaging like an ultrasound, and a, blood test called, ASAP every six months and if you find..

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"chronic liver disease" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"chronic liver disease" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"In patients with chronic liver disease us regulators approved in may for use before surgery now today dovish suffered its first ever rating cut by securities firm that helped manage that ipo the call was made by lyric which laura's ratings the equivalent of hall from by analyst jeffrey porridges wrote in a report that he's become concerned about the commercial prospects for you actually lowered his revenue estimate for this year by about a third to just nine million dollars and that concern left a mark on double shares they fell as much as seventeen and a half percent almost at their lowest level the day and closed with the loss of a bit more than twelve and a half percent right and the stocks down about eleven percent today so it was i guess in the green before today's drop just a little bit just a little bit fascinating interesting to see this company and we'll see what happens next right exactly pharmaceutical companies you can see them bounce around a lot depending on their drugs are doing here's a development stage company that's moving into the commercial stage and the challenge is how well did they do that exactly all right dave wilson thank you so much dave wilson with his stock of the day dover pharmaceuticals ticker is d v a all right let's get back to world announced news headlines right here on bloomberg radio we've got nathan hager in our bloomberg ninety nine one newsroom in washington dc nathan all yours all right thanks carol watching fast moving developments in the uk as prime minister theresa may tries to keep her brexit plans and her government intact may's office confirmed she has appointed former health minister jeffrey or jeremy hunt jeremy hunt as foreign secretary replacing boris johnson who resigned today calling may's plans for close ties with the eu after brexit waving the white flag turkish prime minister wretched type air to one is started announcing his new cabinet it may be causing investor anxiety aired one has named his soninlaw barato by rock as treasury and finance minister replacing limits sim mm sec the turkish lira extended losses after that announcement we're about five hours away from president trump's supreme court announcement and sources tell bloomberg he has made his choice it's likely either brett cavanaugh or thomas hardiman bloomberg's irv chapman reports the nomination of a conservative will likely become a top november midterm issue president trump keeping his twenty sixteen promise will motivate a larger than usual off your turn out this fall then wicker of the progressive group move on dot org said in a bloomberg interview this is going to fire up the left it's also going to fire up the right because of the future nominees and because of the sense of energy that comes out of the fight we're about to have there's no question the temperature has been raised on both sides if democrats fall down rather than fighting then they're gonna dispirit the base and that is something that no candidate wants move on dot org plans to mobilize an effort to deny confirmation which wicker thinks might still be doable at the white house irv chapman bloomberg radio keyser in baltimore at the beginning of a daynight doubleheader scoreless at the top of the first global news twenty four hours a day on air ended tick tock on twitter this is bloomberg thanks nathan now were there other top stories i'm uni han jp morgan could be planning for recession bloomberg's patrice sikora has details the firms analysts say it's time to own the swiss francs singapore dollar us dollar and japanese yen and sell emergingmarket currencies the analyst at three of the top four currencies to own during a global or national recession are those countries that show strong external positions meanwhile emergingmarket currencies are particularly susceptible to slowdowns depreciating on average by seventeen percent over a two year period straddling the start of a recession jp morgan drew on currency performance research over the last five recessions the firm also said talk of a recession at this point is premature but said reviewing contingency plans in case of further trade war escalation is sensible patrice sikora bloomberg radio.

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"chronic liver disease" Discussed on And That's Why We Drink

And That's Why We Drink

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"chronic liver disease" Discussed on And That's Why We Drink

"So unfortunately we did not get that happy ending yes so he got his own jail cell he did not get attacked by his the people heap put their first vanessa lee who was a former producer of the program was arrested two months later in december of two thousand nine and put in jail for being complicit and then in july two thousand ten so wallace souza head chronic liver disease in july two thousand ten he was fifty one years old and he suffered a heart attack and died while awaiting trial so he passed away pretty quickly after being jailed and the mystery continues and unfortunately he will never see justice and we will never find out the true details of what happened i know you don't talk about them up it's anymore but i got two things i got things assay feel like you're taking away from the fact that he murdered a bunch of people i mean i'm not saying i hear you but here's my thought one how was that hard for you to find information on because with a story like that like a tv show like that and like that seems like something that you would easily be able to find on like a page about like things that are like really fucked up for like things that we should probably know about no only one person has ever suggested this to me it's a very small it was very small it was big in brazil in like the part of the amazon that that's crazy it just sounds like something that we would all know about is like some weird fucked up story from the past now but i feel like a lot of times those like it sounds so crazy but like this guy was a huge kingpin in the area and was in politics and entertainment and happened to be drug trafficking and i feel like that's not that absurd that like somebody so high profile was involved in drug trafficking was able to get away with shit i wonder if people outside of his gang kind of knew some shady shit was happening.

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"chronic liver disease" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"chronic liver disease" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Just every time i think about this i just think if we could just ban guns we could stop the ninth cause of death in colorado which is chronic liver disease psoriasis of the liver maybe if we follow the same logic just to step out of my emotional state for a moment maybe if we just follow the same logic as this boulder city council if chronic liver disease is the ninth leading cause of death in colorado i suggest that we shut down liquor stores and we quit selling booms and in fact i would say too i think brewpubs i think you know these what do they call these breweries angie with the micro brewers can vary so microbrewery is probably right up there with dispensaries of marijuana so i think we should shut down the brewery industry you've heard of that company some company out in golden called you must have been around for maybe six weeks or so called coors shut them down shut them down because they are contributing to the ninth leading cause of death in colorado which is throw so deliver and of course number ten it all of you that get the flu you probably don't realize it but flu influenza pneumonia is the tenth leading cause of death in colorado and there were five hundred thirty three deaths in two thousand sixteen from influenza pneumonia but what they don't tell you is those are caused by mm.

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"chronic liver disease" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"chronic liver disease" Discussed on WJR 760

"To you and and and so i would say that eighty percent of the patients we transplant come to liver transplantation through exactly those pathways you suggested so they have a chronic liver disease that leads to psoriasis and end stage liver disease they develop decapitation as i was describing end stage liver failure and they need to be rescued essentially by liberty transplantation about twenty percent of the patients we transplant currently come to us because they have psoriasis but they do not necessarily have liver failure what they've developed as another primary complication of services which is liver cancer so as it turns out liver cancer in patients with psoriasis often can't be treated by the usual means we used to treat cancers and other parts of the body or even cancers in the liver and people that don't have underlying liver disease in other words we can't remove a portion of that disease liver because they essentially don't have the reserve on which to live so for certain patients with liver cancer cancer that's confined to deliver has not spread elsewhere and they have psoriasis otherwise that's another population of patients for whom transplant is their best treatment option there are few other rare medical conditions that can lead to transplantation acute liver failure like an acute liver injury from drug related cause or or virus stephen can liver transplantation can be the treatment for that and there are rare in the pediatric world there are rare metabolic diseases where those children don't necessarily have liver failure but they have an irreversible condition that's killing them that's cured actually by giving them a new liver so all of those pathways can lead to the same end treatment which is liver transplantation so how many patients to have on the transplant list and how do you termine and prioritize who gets these very scarce oregon's even though i suppose in your field of work you have more options than most because you can't have a living donor can there is this incredible regenerator passively for today living donation is certainly great option but the truth of the matter is even with living donation we have a huge supply and demand challenge so currently in the united states there's about sixteen thousand people waiting for a liver.

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"chronic liver disease" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"chronic liver disease" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Everett place man they say right now all i'm sorry in two thousand ten the average life span for an american born in two thousand ten is now going to be seventy six point eight years this grew to seventy eight point eight years by two thousand fifty and like i said i acted us to be in the 80s by two thousand twenty now opioid overdoses though still is none of the top twelve leading causes of death all right we still have heart disease we still have cancer we have accidents we have a whole variety of other things they say the twelfth leading cause of death in two thousand fifteen gene was chronic liver disease and psoriasis that killed forty thousand people opioid overdoses we ron claimed thirty three thousand lives at saint here now because if the gap was much wider back in two thousand liver disease killed twenty six thousand americans yet overt overdoses killed eight eighty four hundred so they say these findings suggest that prevented oh could related procedures will be important to achieving more robust increases in life expectancy once again so you have a lot of people way ahead sean how we need to reduce the opioid crisis okay lotta people waited i've waited many times i am i have been very honest about saying i don't flip the i i mean i am a really addle loss because it's very blurred as to who are the people and real pain who are the people have fun and taken it just four joy reid and who are the people who originally word pain the pain possibly resolves but they became addicted and now they're in pain when they tried to get off the medication so when you have those three different groups you can't attack the opioid crisis can't do that for all three now for the first grilled that's pretty easy again for the fish grove how we do it or not the first group that the group that is used in it for funds these and all.

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