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How Ellen Louise Curtis Demorest Changed The U.S Fashion Industry
"Ellen louise. Curtis was born on november fifteenth. Eighteen twenty four in schuylerville new york to henry de curtis electra. Able she was the second of eight children was a farmer and the owner of a men's hat factory family lived a comfortable life made more lively each summer by dramatic influxes of tourists. Each year notable members of society would make their way to nearby. Toga springs ellen. Later wrote that the visitors turned typically dull surroundings into places that present the spectacle of a grand reunion of wealth fashion and beauty out of doors from a young age. Ellen was interested in fashion. after graduating from school. Ellen's father helped her harness her interest into a career via women's shop of her own. The millenary shop was quite successful and after a year. Ellen moved the shop to troy new york. And then to brooklyn in eighteen. Fifty-eight ellen married william jennings demorest a thirty six year old widower with two children. The couple would also have two children of their own a son in eighteen fifty nine and a daughter in eighteen sixty five. The family moved to philadelphia where they ran an emporium. It was there that ellen's career really took off as the story goes ellen and her sister kate or working on a system of dress making when they saw their african american made cutting address pattern out of brown paper ellen was inspired by the idea to create tissue paper patterns of fashionable garments for the home sewer some historians refute that the idea originated with ellen and her maid and instead suggest it was i had by a man who had become ellen's rival ellen's family moved back to new york and began manufacturing patterns. They also opened a women's store on broadway in the fall of eighteen. Sixty ellen and her husband became selling paper patterns and publishing quarterly. Catalog called mirror of ellen. Higher journalist and women's rights advocate jane cunningham croly to work for the publication. The magazine was filled with sewing tips and tricks pictures of accessories. Sheet music poetry and fiction. Each issue included a tissue paper pattern and sewing instructions. The magazine was well timed and circulation. Grew quickly a sewing. Machines were then becoming commonplace in middle class homes the magazine also featured contributors including writers julia. Wardhaugh louisa may alcott and robert louis. Stevenson ellen frequently made strong statements in the magazine and support of women in the workplace. She also took firm stance on domestic abuse prison reform and mental health treatment among other topics as the cadillac business. Thrived ellen and williams brick and mortar store on broadway. Grew to ellen and her sister. Kate adapted foreign styles into patterns and made samples for the store. The store is fashion. Openings became major social events ellen. And william store was also notable for the couple's hiring practices. They hired african. Americans at the store on equal terms as white employees long before integrated workplaces were a norm in eighteen. Seventy six ellen became a founding member of cirrhosis. the first professional women's club in the united states throughout that decade while most businesses were failing ellen and her family continued to do well according to historians up to three million patterns. Were mailed each year but ellen success didn't last forever in the eighteen eighties. Ellen's empire began to decline ellen and william had failed to patent their paper patterns a competitor ebeneezer butterick had done so successfully at first butterick stuck to men's and children's ware but by eighteen sixty seven he'd expanded to women's patterns to ebenezer butterick company remains the center of the paper pattern industry today in eighteen. Eighty five william demerist retired to devote himself to the temperance movement. that year. He ran for lieutenant governor of new york. On the prohibition ticket a decade later in eighteen ninety five he died that same year allen suffered a stroke and was left bedridden. She moved into the hotel renaissance new york where she died of a cerebral hemorrhage on august tenth. Nine eight she was seventy three years old ellen. Louise demerist took her love of fashion and made it accessible. To the everyday woman in revolutionizing the fashion industry she also committed herself to the betterment of opportunities for both white and black women though she failed to patent patterns. Her impact is still apparent today.
"cirrhosis" Discussed on The Bio Report
"We spoke to Robert Foster, Co happy on about the company's experimental therapy for Nash how it works and why it may also have utility as a treatment for. COVID. Nineteen. Robert thanks for joining us. Thanks for having me. We're GONNA talk about Hepi on it its lead experimental therapy in development to treat serious liver diseases and the potential for this same drug as a treatment for covid nineteen. Let's start with Nash though which is the lead indication you're pursuing. Or listeners not familiar with the condition. What is Nash? Nash is all describe it. It's It's an acronym that stands for non. Alcoholic statal hepatitis. And what that really means is. Many of us without knowing it glove a liver. That's fatty. You know we just call fatty liver disease. And in a more severe form of fatty liver disease you get. Inflammation you get fibrosis or kind of like a fairly decent. Amount of liver injury that would be called Nash, and so that's maybe I would say, maybe ten percent of the people that have fatty liver disease can develop ash. How does it manifest itself in progress? Well I think in earlier stages you start getting inflammation of the liver. So there'd be You know the the hepatitis component. and as the inflammation gets you know more severe in its chronic in nature. eventually, you get scarring in the liver, and so you get fibrosis or Collagen deposition just you know protein deposition in this case Collagen and it can. It can sort of You know from move move from one stage of Nash to the next will each one being more severe than the previous one? So we oftentimes categorize Nash and fibrosis of of Nash as you know increasingly severe and then ultimately. In its most severe form, we'd probably look at Cirrhosis, which is a very severe form of the of the fibrosis that occurs in Nash. What's the prognosis for patients with the condition today?.
June 9 named 'George Floyd Day' in Harris County, Houston
"Leader had Dogo declaring tomorrow George Floyd day in Harris County that's when the forty six year old father will be buried here in the Houston area in the same city where he grew up now on to the funeral will be a private service after the public viewing today one sixty three hundred mourners spent hours in line to pay their respects and hear from Floyd's family one artist made the drive from Dallas on Capitol Hill house and Senate Democrats kicked off their push for new police reform a lot of things that went on with Mister Floyd passing away in India most of these and that's the reason why I came down in the road for hours just to be a part of this moment which is impeccable I'm speechless the number of people here former vice president Joe Biden and Texas governor Greg Abbott also were at the public viewing today of stronger and more inclusive that's Minneapolis plans to rebuild in the wake of their own police officers putting ni on Jo on Floyd's neck the mayor revealing two new groups to help the city recover from violent protests one of the coalition to support businesses the other will provide feedback from black community members well makers in Washington are taking are talking up police reform in the wake of Floyd's death fox news John Roberts has more on Capitol Hill house and Senate Democrats kicked off their push for new police reform legislation by observing eight minutes and forty six seconds of silence among the items proposed in the justice in policing act changing the statute to prosecute misconduct from willfulness to recklessness created national police misconduct registry and no knock warrants in drug cases create independent investigation process is into misconduct and banned show colds president trump believes the best way to address the problem is to take the steps necessary to build trust between police forces and the communities they serve and it also appears that Republicans may have their own plan for police reform and they just might unveil it later this week that's what the hell is reporting hours after Democrat shared build their bill one of the to its only two week anniversary of George Floyd's death both sides agreed to reforms are needed the dems want their bill to you get their bill to a Senate floor vote by next month KJRH news time eleven oh three looks like the army may be ready to remove the names of Confederate leaders of ten of its basis army secretary says each one is a name for a soldier who holds a significant place in military history but now he's open to a bipartisan discussion the marine corps recently banned the display of Confederate flags U. S. and Russia will begin nuclear talks in two weeks is a decade old treaty is set to expire in February both countries have the option to renew it for another five years China has been invited as well no symptoms may be no spread the World Health Organization says it's rare for a person with a coronavirus to pass it on if they show no signs of being sick however other experts do not agree saying half of all cases are actually spread that way and president trump keeping his promise to not let the pandemic keep him off the stage he plans to restart campaign rallies in two weeks is already set to hold his first in person fundraiser at the end of the week this comes as the re I. as he hires a pollster to check CNN survey showing in fourteen percent behind Joe Biden our next updates eleven thirty breaking information as it happens time now for more of our American stories I'm Erik shop on newsradio seven forty KTRE H. 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years later that his doctors said you need a transplant all these things going through my mind as how do I escape this and there's no there's no exit door this is one of the cards on Monday Oct again into a scenario that we're your mind is is moving at hyper speed and it's it's one of those things it's just absolutely ever present you can't escape it I'm going to sleep at night only after being just totally exhausted I couldn't turn it on in other news is so pressing and I would finally fall asleep after just being totally exhausted and I would go through the experience to we're not only sleep probably maybe a couple hours of time and when I wake up I go through this thing to where I go wow that was it was a it was a terrible train times have a bad dream and then the realization would hit yeah it gets a good punch of it wasn't very you know this is this is your reality and they replace itself a whole bunch of times and then came the port where you've got to be admitted in the hospital to do the testing to see where you fall as a candidate for a transplant because just because you need one is not necessarily guarantee that your going to get so then that's when the waiting game begins hi constantly had my cell phone with with me me everywhere everywhere I I went went any any time time phone phone rang rang you you know know the the first first thing thing you you did did was was flipped flipped over over and and looked looked caller caller ID ID and and their their you you know know your your time time is is running running you're you're you're you're sitting sitting there there wondering wondering if if this this is is the the time time that that you're you're going going to to get get that that call call the the call call came came in in on on a a Sunday Sunday morning actually was at six six thirty in the morning Catherine picked up the phone and kind of looks the caller ID she asked me so who is who is service center for and I came one week because that was the transplant surgeon and to live so I answer the phone and he says this is Invictus dock foreman juelich no we have a liver available but I won't talk to you about it well we have this situation we we have have is is five five and and a a half half month month old old little little girl girl in in Miami Miami Florida Florida there there is is also also in in need need of of a a transplant transplant the the machine machine only only needs a certain part of it and we can have the remainder of it if you like to accept this he said we had we haven't really done this before here but we think we can handle it he said the only problem will be where we face the Liverpool which means where like where they make that separation cut that when we put it back into you we may have some bleeding issues and lots of concern but we but we feel confident we can handle it well hi I was fully and trying to process what he's telling me and transcription of said okay can I can I think about in his response was I'll call you back in four minutes because there's also town consideration when they have these organs vital so want to talk to my brother and my sister her being a nurse practitioner and being a physician and then kind of get their opinion on it so I got them on the phone our brothers in Florida my sister's local and we start discussing it and then we also he got knocked foreman on phone and started kind discussing and talking about it all the different ramifications such as a ma my sister finally said well the good lord's got us to this point hello we just after that's where we need to place our trust in us I would go for and so the decision was made okay pogo for world you know the reality kind of hit real hard at that time there this is this is actually going to happen now you know it's like it's like being on a roller coaster ride you can get off the list better write it to the end well I have worried and been freighted so much through the whole experience in at the time but I got a call how was of the one hundred percent I saw the house going to go down there and I was not going to come back just I did not believe that I was gonna survive the operation and so what that rolled on the plate was that morning hi I honestly thought I was looking at my kids for the last time I'm gonna come back and you're listening to Vicky Billingsley his story of one of the big moments of his life the turning point in his life being told there was a liver available but this operation was gonna be difficulty assume the worst okay as kids what he thought would be for sure in his own mind the last time by the way Vic found comfort in his coworkers at Georgia Pacific who offered him a vacation time organized fundraisers for him and prayed with only come back more of this remarkable story our opportunity America series the code industries continue here on American school have you ever hired somebody to complete a job and they just entirely drops the ball well you don't need to worry 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"cirrhosis" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Man was treated and is doing great he's cancer free five years later it was about a sixty seven year old man he cams to us with his wife his cirrhosis and liver cancer he has a long history of hepatitis and cirrhosis and well he came to us with hepatitis and cirrhosis of the liver cancer and had immuno therapy and I really talk about immunotherapy like it's the cat's pajamas we have them in the therapy and interference and then yeah concoctions that vitamin C. and all the concoctions and is now four feet of protein was as high as three hundred and fourteen and he said I'm gonna go get a surge of migrants someone else's Liberman a transplant liver will the surgeons wouldn't take a minute Mike's appearance surgeons usually don't take liver cancer patients are very seldom way and so I came here listener like you said Hey want to go see doctor leader but I know he treats liver cancer also and this man came to us for years ago with liver cancer number the certain to know one of the cable doesn't work then conscience doesn't work the contractions never work and he came here and he actually had three masses of cancer in the liver and we've treated three masses of cancer four years ago and is in remission doing great this is the work that we do every day at thirteen eighty four Broadway Broadway thirty eight street in the heart of New York City this is what we do every day you can get information to get a booklet you good DVD this is the work we do training no cancers of recurrent cancers in seeing patients with suspicion of cancer what about a seventy six year old woman she come to us with breast cancer had breast cancer shuttling back to me that you called three of the biggest hospitals around New York and no one would see her because she didn't have any money for the co pays them any money she finally called Dr Lieberman so I saw her we've started treatment which is needed for breast cancer should love back to me but she needs to complete the therapy and no one else stage dropped no one got a pet scanner internal got cancer markers under the other three hospitals they would not even allow her to walk in the door this is a woman who's had no heat for three years I've also arrange for to get heat in our house right no letters this is the work we do were so different than the other places give us a call at two one two.
"cirrhosis" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"And is doing great he's cancer free five years later and once you got a sixty seven year old man he Kim's to us with his wife is cirrhosis and liver cancer he has a long history of hepatitis and cirrhosis and well he came to us with hepatitis and cirrhosis of the liver cancer and had immuno therapy and I really talk about immunotherapy like it's the cat's pajamas we had them in the therapy and interference and then yeah concoctions that vitamin C. and all the concoctions and is Alfa feed a protein was as high as three hundred and fourteen and he said I'm gonna go get a surge of anger at someone else's Liberman a transplant liver will the surgeons would have taken me to Mike's appearance surgeons usually don't take liver cancer patients are very seldom life and so I came here listener like you said Hey what you go see doctor leader but I know he treats liver cancer also and this man came to us for years ago with liver cancer over the certain to know one of the chemo didn't work the concussions doesn't work the contractions never work and he came here and he actually had three masses of cancer in the liver and we've treated three masses of cancer four years ago and is in remission doing great this is the work that we do every day at thirteen eighty four Broadway Broadway thirty eight street in the heart of New York City this is what we do every day you can get information to get a booklet you good DVD this is the work we do treating no cancers or current cancers in seeing patients with suspicion of cancer what about a seventy six year old woman she comes to us of breast cancer to breast cancer shuttling back to me that you called three of the biggest hospitals around New York and no one would see her because she didn't have any money for the co pays them any money she finally called Dr Lieberman so I saw her we started treatment which is needed for breast cancer should love back to me but she needs to complete the therapy and no one else stage dropped no one got a pet scanner internal got cancer markers under the other three hospitals they would not even allow her to walk in the door this is a woman who's had no heat for three years you're also arrange for to get hit in our house right no letters this is the work we do were so different than the other places give us a call at two one two.
A Beginner's Rose Growing Guide
"What kinds ends of roses might be easiest to grow for somebody just starting out a rose lover who has been dying to grow some of their own it's funny L. and because we're talking about sensitive plants which is highly different thing later in the program but there's some people who would feel that roses could be called to sensitive plant? Some types types of roses are picky picky picky right Rosa's can be the Prima Donnas of the plant world but they are also one and flower. That pretty much appeals to everyone I for many years was the only person I know who did not like roses and the only reason I like them now is because you can eat. I have no patience. I have no patience for fussy roses that get mildew and leave spot and offense. It's like there are so many other plants and beautiful flowers that you could grow. I'm just not a rose person but I do grow as you know Ruko Cirrhosis. Because because I I love to use their fragrant pedals in their big fat hips in food. But other than that I am. I'm just not a you know I'm not one of those people who want to a Bauer of roses in their garden. I love roses and I like all types of frozen. I don't there are some roses that I choose to grow in some that I don't but let's let's kind kind of break it down. The American rose society uses certain categories of roses. Yeah they are hybrid tea roses grandiflora roses flora abundant Rosa's paulie anthem roses miniature many roses right shrub roses and climbers or rambling rose. And it's confusing. If you're just starting out I remember when I got all of those terms I was like Grand Flora Flora Bundle. What the heck is the difference? Well the most popular class of roses among among people is the hybrid. Tea Rose when most people think of roses. This is what they think of. It's a large bloom. It's got thirty to forty pedals are or more per flower They are often on a slightly longer stem. So they make a good cut flower their new introductions coming along all the time and they come in all kinds of color so many people if they're thinking of a rose this is what they're thinking of is a hybrid. Not Is it the easiest rose on the planet to grow. Oh no no. It is not now a subgroup of hybrid. Teas grandiflora rose. These often grow very tall. Okay and so. They're not suitable for every landscape and and their flowers however appear in clusters rather than individually on the stems again not necessarily the easiest Rosebush to grow floor. Abundant roses are probably the next popular to hybrid teas and the Granda Flora's and it. They also have their flowers. It's in big clusters are And this type of rose. Flora bundler tends to bloom more throughout the season then some hybrid teas grant floors have one period of bloom and then they're done for the year right and they can be glorious when they're they're in that one period of bloom. There's I know it's remarkably impressive when you see that but for people who want bloom throughout the gardening season the floor abundance give you maybe less impact at one moment in time but you do have that continued. Blue and many of them have been bred also to be more disease disease-resistant and more problem free so those people who are kind of gravitating toward the hybrid tea type roses might check into the floor abundance because that might be more satisfying for them in terms of repeat flowering and in terms of ease of growth grow You know the POLLYANNA. Roses are shorter. Those aren't under most people's radar the miniature roses. Those those are the ones that you buy in the supermarket or the garden center with a tiny little flowers and they're kind of cute and most of them are used as gift plants. Listen then they die and people don't usually grow them in their landscape. But you could. You can plant them outside and and oftentimes if they're hardy to your area and that's something you don't always know if you're picking it up in a grocery store but I I have grown many miniature roses that people have given me that. I just couldn't bear to throw away because I'm a big old softy off-duty and they've grown very nicely for me in the garden and because most of them end up about Oh fifteen inches to feet tall at most They make great container their plants. So if you were given one of these miniature roses as a gift planted outside in a pot on your deck or patio and see what happens. Nothing to lose right EXAC- now for the plant new but the variety of roses which are most accessible easy to to grow and disease-resistant are the shrub roses and roses shrub. Roses have taken the country by storm. There are many varieties of shrub. Roses probably right now in this country the most well known is knockout. The knockout series and the knockout is a great rose. But I would urge people not to think that that's the only shrub rose because there are great shrub roses there is the whole. Well you know reducer. Roses are shrub roses. And that's the only rose I grow for for for many reasons fragrant pedals pedals that can be used to infuse cream. Big Rose hips. That can be used in jams and jellies and look hers but also the regatta. Roses are very salt tolerant if you live near a coast or if you plant them near a road that gets salted in wintertime. They are highly disease resistant. Didn't so you're much less likely to get powdery. Mildew or black mold on them and for some reasons. I don't know why But the aphids and the Japanese these beetles D don't seem to at least where I grow them be quite so interested in them. Since I just mentioned where I grow them I want to say that Santa Fe. It's pretty much a rose growers dream as far as climate is concerned because we have excellent air circulation and fairly dry air. We do not on have a lot of high humidity and that that cuts down so so if you're going to grow roses in a dry climate you've got a head start and these shrub roses. This which by the way are also called landscape roses and and I should mention the drift series are great also easy. That's it Oh so easy. Yeah I was trying to think those are great so there are many the flower carpet series from tessler plants wonderful plant dependable bendable productive realize yes continual flowering whether they're dead headed or not although deadheading them does seem to hasten their Repeat flowering just a little bit but if you dead head you get no rose hips. Well that's true but many of the landscape roses don't make rose hips and anyway. Ah that is true and when I am looking for a rose I always ask if the plant makes hips and if by any chance there are forager's out there who are thinking about planting roses houses. That is a question you want to make sure you ask in whatever category. You're looking if you want the rose hips ask I because a lot of these plants either produced these tiny little insignificant hips hips at all. So if you're looking for an easy rose plant gopher the shrubs gopher landscape roses and then you can dabble all in the other varieties as well and do keep in mind that sometimes it's worth it to plant a rose plant and you see what happens and and some of them. Even though they have a reputation of being finicky they can thrive as you say ellen in your climate roses tend to do well so they can sometimes thrive against all odds and as long as you plant them in a place where there is full son and you're attentive to their need for some composter fertilizer. And then you know you'll probably do okay. Hey with them enough to get a lot of pleasure out of these
"cirrhosis" Discussed on Grumpy Old Geeks
"Albeit yeah i i like the i like i'm moving the first one that was enough for me i don't need to see another lego movie no you do not jason you do not the library i got one of the many many tales that amazon now sends me to try to get me to buy things and it's gonna work on me this is the arc moorpark archives volume one yes we are starting to mind the terry patchett archives because we're not getting any new books but this will be a top secret guide where travelers will receive a first hand experience of the real city and it's going to be better better than nothing i think unfortunately not until is out now so sorry i was like it's not out until november fourteenth twenty twenty and i said oh twenty nineteen it's out now so it's hard cover only unfortunately so that may stop me from getting it because i gotta make sure i have some space in my in my library for another book that's physical but i'm i am very intrigued by this and and kinda i just missed the world so much jason i know me too me too here's what i recommend sitting on it for a while waiting till you get to canada then then buying it because the price may go down by then and also you won't have to move it true good point 'cause you're gonna pay twice if you buy it now anything that you buy now you're going to have to schlep to canada keep that in mind well prices are lower your jason oh that's right that you know because we get free healthcare in canada there's there's always that is that i'm reading loser think how untrained brains are ruining america by scott adams i have opinions on scott everybody has opinions on scott at i fucking hate him everybody says that the two he's a smart guy but i fucking hate him it's a good book though it's a good book never gonna read it i know you're not that's why i can say whatever the hell l. i want right that's true this is the most profound piece of literature ever put into the land no it's it's a it's a good book about up how to think and how to think critically his views i really wish he'd read his own books well he explains a lot of his other books in here which is pretty interesting and it is what it is i can separate the the idiot from the literature so i'm i'm david so far and they go far i have.
Combatting Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease
"Alcoholic Fatty liver. Diseases is more prominent now than any of those other your liver conditions. I know so this is a scary thing right. Yeah Yeah and basically What it is is it's a fatty liver and non alcoholic fatty liver disease? It's kind of an umbrella. Term for a spectrum of different chronic liver conditions conditions. And basically what it is. It's it's when the there's an excessive accumulation of fat in the cells of the liver and and the reason why the term non alcoholic fatty liver disease is used is because it's happening people who do not consume alcohol. It says it's it's the exact same type of disease as psoriasis of the liver which is caused by excessive alcohol consumption except it's happening and people who don't drink drink alcohol such as children. Oh my so. So why is that happening right. What so what what? The science is showing. Is that sugar and specifically fructose and it could even come from refined carbohydrates being broken down into sugar in the body that when there's a an excessive amount of sugar to deal with the liver the the main one of the main roles of the liver aside from detoxifying vying everything that comes through our bloodstream. Another one of its main roles is to Deal with sugar like you know. We're either the liver is either going to send that sugar out to the rest of the cells in the body for them to use for energy. Because that's what mainly mainly what sugar or what we call glucose for if there's an ex more glucose that can be used for energy at any one time that glucose circulates back to the liver and the liver Does one of two things with it. It can convert it into a compound called glycogen which is a way to store the glucose for short term and then be able to bring it out again and use it for energy but then when there's even when when glycogen storage is full in it's not it's a limited capacity so can only hold so much when it's full. The rest of the glucose has to get converted into fat And oftentimes you know some of that. Fat goes to other parts of the body to the other fat cells everywhere in every other part of the body however a lot of it. Kinda in a stays and accumulates in the cells of the liver and then what happens is y it creates injury to the liver. Cells is because it starts starts to kind of crowd out and literally choke the cells of the liver to death o'malley Creating something called. He Paddock necrosis process which is basically death of liver cells. Oh Mine and that's what. Psoriasis is. When the cells deliver start dying So so it's a pretty serious thing and we know it's linked now to high-fructose Corn Syrup consumption and high carbohydrate consumption especially refined carbohydrate One thing to note route is that fructose is a different kind of Simple sugar in the liver. It gets converted into glucose so it's just another form. I'm of sugar. It's and in the liver. It's you know it's got up it. Fructose goes directly to the liver. So it's like an even more of an insult rather than glucose host going to deliver first and then all the cells for energy. Fructose goes to deliver directly first and then gets dealt with their first. It doesn't go out the rest of the cells so so taxing on those very taxing. Yeah it's a little bit of fructose is okay. It's you know it's kind of the body's can the design to deal with that but when it's an excessive amount it's it's toxic. It's a very big burden on the liver so that's why this is happening earnings so Now one of the things that were were seeing. Is You know basically what happens is there's a couple of things sometimes sometimes the When fatty liver and his is in it's kind of earlier stages and the fats? Just kind of accumulating in the liver and it's not causing damage yet yet That's the early stage and we kind of say that that sort of more like the you know there's no real like cirrhosis happening in the liver and you can deal with it at that earlier stage it can. We can take dietary measures them. We can intervene. Yeah exercise and that type of thing when it starts progressing going into the more serious form of cirrhosis then it is called has a different name. It's called non-alcoholic St Outta Hepatitis Addis or NASA H Nash And in that sit in that situation the accumulation of fat causes severe inflammation that damages the liver cells and that's what leads to the scarring And impairing liver function so now your liver you know. It does a lot of things one of of the biggest things as I mentioned that it does it it. It's a filter and it a it creates a lot of enzymes to help us detoxify everything even even even caffeine. You know when you drink a cup of coffee tea or chocolate or whatever. There's caffeine in their caffeine has to be broken down in the liver to to in order to kind of remove it from the body So something as simple as that versus something like the pollution that you're exposed to Medicare you take the all get dealt with in the liver to break them down into nontoxic Basically metabolites that are flushed out of the body. Normally that's the normal situation when the liver is Impaired in any way then those things happen and then you have build up of toxicity in the body so you become septic yes philly you die. I mean over time this can occur right from the liver not being able to do what. It's exactly so so to to think that this is happening in children now is it. It's hard to to consider that this is what's going on so So order so so. What are some things that we can do to remedy some of this so So one of the you know in in addition to removing refined find carbohydrates from your diet increasing vegetable and fruit intake There's an a an ancient herb called milk thistle That has been used for thousands of years to treat liver disorders anything from Hepatitis to just overall general liver healing and cleansing so It's a very liver supportive herb And it's really interesting because it has compounds in that that can literally like kind of like regenerate the the healing of the cells in the liver so if there's damage that's not too far gone It can help it in fact it has even been shown in with people. Who are alcoholics? Even those who are on a waiting list for a liver transplant ends plant or people who have hepatitis that it exp- first of all taking milks us. All in supplement form can extend their life Extend their ability to wait for that liver transplant. And then once the liver transplant is done. It also extends their life expectancy see for after the transplant. So it's a pretty amazing
"cirrhosis" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Gastrointestinal problems and varices and cirrhosis of the liver is been seen at one of the super pooper hospitals in Philadelphia so it's not only here we have patients from around the world and the head cat scans and memorize cities been worked out for a year and finally doctor sort of all you have a cancer of the liver you need to have surgery you need to have the radio frequency oblation on the set up an appointment they're gonna stick a needle in his body and tried to avoid a tumor invasively with what's called radio frequency oblation kind of giving electrical charge to the tumor well I went through the documents to the heavy called me on the phone is a doctor by doctors just found that they've been looking at me for a year they just found this new cancer and what do you think about radio frequency oblation well I got all those documents we met him and his wife and he's a tour in seventy five pound man is six feet tall he's activity has lots of medical problems well we went through all those documents and for almost a year and a half he said mass is growing in his abdomen there were never addressed by his doctors he never sought I showed him on his reports that he had himself in a two centimeter mass by the celiac artery it was never addressed that was most probable cancer and finally after a year and a half a year and a half for the doctors to recognize it and biopsy it it yeah it was cancer even though is there a year and a half and now it may have spread to a second site well waiting a year and a half dozen help anybody for him I guess you have lots of trust and now he is thrust somewhat in radio frequency oblation until we came here when he came here we talked about all the options we talked about non invasive options and all of a sudden he understood the radio frequency means that he's going to have to.
More Americans are dying from cirrhosis, a liver disease, likely due to excessive drinking, a study says
"So, you, know We've been spending a. Lot, of issues when it comes to liver disease And liver disease is on the rise as is with everything else And one of the latest headlines you're going to see Is that we are seeing more, and more young people die of alcohol related liver disease Now liver disease is usually something has an, older person I, mean maybe rarely, we'll see somebody. Young drinks themselves, to death, or hepatitis but you know usually liver diseases, something long standing and. You know I mean we wouldn't see it usually before middle age unless it's something rare now we're seeing it on the rise And it has been, suggested that new young. Adults are actually drinking themselves to death The only state in which we are not seeing a rise in deaths is Maryland So the data, published in, the journal b. m. j. Desam from cirrhosis which are the late stages delivered damage jumped by sixty five percent between the years nineteen ninety nine to two thousand sixteen that the biggest group of people. That we saw this happen to we're millennials twenty five to thirty four year olds Although I can't call the millennials there may be millennials now but they were back in the late nineties okay Thousand sixteen eleven thousand. Seventy three people died due to liver cancer that was double the. Number of deaths back in, nineteen ninety nine now psoriasis we've. Talked about psoriasis is a, scarring of the liver your liver is real. Sturdy Okay and you figure. This out after your first I don't know raider cuddle party. Three. Kalat you feel like crap the next day And then you feel like yourself And you're sitting there biology class and you're. Hearing, that? The liver regenerates itself oh really Like, wolverine I could get stabbed and, then I he'll all up and maybe I'll get a, little scar but nobody knows the scar And parties next weekend We can have that You get sick maybe. Take some Tylenol long I'll. Do it too much Let my liver. Recoup I'm good some of it we've enjoyed liver talks I don't know you, come up with something where you, drink, some lemon juice. Or you fast or you. Have some apple, cider vinegar and you will. I cleaned out my liver Cleaned out your liver Until your liver enzymes start, rising, when, your. Thirties twenties thirties forties, we do an ultrasound, we see. Fatty liver fatty deposits your fat starts to deposit around the liberal when it, wants to protect it Liver's kind of important because the detox is your blood And then as you'll ever gets damaged won't get scar tissue So yes your liver, can regenerate new cells But it may not regenerate it The more scar tissue you have Now. What causes the roses fatty liver so fat hepatitis c. Alcohol Too much, Tylenol And they think that a big problem with these young ones Our. Shots let's do some shots shots are so bad so dangerous I. Gotta tell you those. Were the biggest mistakes I ever did. Let's just some shots. See you call, up to the bar see as a bartender I loved it It, was great. I didn't have to mix drink I ll as a bartender you. Love giving shots you. Could make a best you see when. You do a food. Drink as bartender Dachary or whatever it can't spill all over you know you. Can't have the strawberry ice sore she, goes off the side, you gotta grab a rag, you gotta clean it, you gotta put a. Little cherry on their, the umbrella? Or the pineapple it's. Gotta be a nice clean drink but when it shots you grab the shot glasses you line a. Mob you pour. It out if there's some spill. Who cares everybody takes their, shot you do the. Wipe down and they swam. That glass on the table and you smile at them This will be used. To add smile at, them like? Good job good job. With that look in my eyes you're not supposed to was a bartender. Suggest they do it again But you have. An invitation through your eyes or thrill goodwill that's good isn't it So that they. Want to..
"cirrhosis" Discussed on 710 WOR
"To be convenient we tried to do the right thing for every patient okay yeah i look back to your question right when i touch it it's a little saw when a person well can be cancer could just be inflammation without a biopsy you don't know and you can do a biopsy easily painlessly our can do other testing sometimes other testing like an ultrasound will give you the diagnosis to bestest come in and we'll meet that person and get to the root of it yes i appreciate that god bless you and thank you and i look forward to meeting you if you wish thank you bye now tony how are you today very well thank you yourself fine what's your question today an unusual one i just lost my wife i'm sorry so i'm sorry about my condolences to you and your family thank you go she was diagnosed with about her someone else that's about her question about her tell me what your questions let lynn you have a stage four breast cancer and it's metastasized to the lungs delivered the bones and you go to a variety of of of chemo programs and a winds up not only did disease in the in the liberal but then the chemo is also destroying deliver and she winds up with what they called pseudo cirrhosis of the liver have you heard of that the patients of that while the problem is if you have cancer in the liver which can be toxic to the liver can destroy the lower and you could have chemo that can be toxic to the liver and then you have them together you don't really know which one's doing what right right and that's sometimes is an issue many patients come to us we do treat cancers and deliver we do treat stage for cancer we do street the medicine breast cancer in the bones and elsewhere so unfortunately for her she's gone and she's died it's really sad i'm sure for you and your family and you know to get to the bottom of it sometimes you could never get to the bottom of because you have to processes the cancer and the chemo which could both hurt the liver and without knowing more i can't really diagnose her over the radio unfortunately okay dot com.
"cirrhosis" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"That's what i wanna do has a little bit of fat so let's deal with that that's why i'm on a diet exactly that's how we do you see smart dr doctors are rocket scientists artists all right so your liver is the second largest organ in the body stop it honestly people really that jokes too old now the biggest organism buddies the skin come on anyway but delivers the second largest organ despite what most men say and its function is to process everything we eat or drink and filter any harmful substances from the blood health line does phenomenal job talking about this now if you have too much fat in the liver or surrounding the liver the lover can't do its job now when do we call you having fatty liver what do we call it more they said when the fat accounts for more than five to ten percent of your liver's wait now you're like well how the hell am i supposed to know that you won't you won't i mean we see the fact there are we good guess based on what fat ways and how much fat we see surrounding the liver but we're not gonna take out your liver weight now your liver is a phenomenal oregon because it repairs itself overtime rebuilds your liver cells when the old ones are damage when there's repeated damage to the liver permanent scarring takes place this permanent scoring now is permanent it's bad that's called cirrhosis once you go into psoriasis there's not much we can do but fatty liver is reversible if we could catch you before your cirrhosis we're good now how common is this it's common v of americans have fatty liver that's pretty rough and most he's the.
"cirrhosis" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour
"You know the senate you some love and good vibes demand but um yeah i uh i can't imagine how hard that is i can't this is a shame in secret survey filled out by a woman who calls herself perpetually 12 and sad and she is bisexual and her she's twenty two the hand she was raised in a totally chaotic environment she writes both my parents were alcoholics who drank themselves to death and then subsequently my sister committed suicide she hung herself in the closet of the bedroom we shared and i found her i've been sad for mine tire life and i just want to be happy but i don't know how she was also the victim of sexual abuse and never reported it she writes about her my aunt my dad molested means child though thankfully i have no recollection of it i remember always feeling scared of him and never want him to be around him though which makes me feel like she's telling the truth they also had prior arrests related to child sexual abuse that i've only just found out about as i've gotten older um she's been obviously emotionally of view abused my parents were very emotionally abusive they were both alcoholics and they were essentially to adult babies trying to raise three kids they fought constantly tried to kill each other in front of us multiple times used all of us against each other and i think the worst thing i can recall is when my mom found out that she was dying she found out she had alcoholic cirrhosis and not much longer to live she came home one night drunk is faulk climbed into bed with me and started asked me where i wanted to live after she died.
"cirrhosis" Discussed on KQED Radio
"United states in 1991 is that in france while coronary heart disease rates were low alcohol related deaths were quite high far higher than here in the us than an now that's including cirrhosis liver failure as well as drunk driving fatalities in fact even today in france there are estimated to be approximately fifty thousand alcoholrelated deaths a year and that's in a country of sixty seven million hearing the us that number is eighty eight thousand alcoholrelated deaths bin that's in a country of three hundred in 23 million so the instance in france is one per about 1300 whereas here in the us it's one per about thirty six hundred so in 1991 trying to address these issues in france they passed what is known as the evan law 1991 1991 aamir that the sixty minutes absolutely and what that did was prohibited alcohol advertising on television or in film and it limited how alcohol could be advertised in print in two thousand eight it restricted internet advertising for alcohol one thing i thought was really fascinating is that advertisers were prohibited from correlating alcohol with happiness for alcohol would sex and there was a picture of a lovely blonde woman with a mona lisa's smile on her face and a glass of red wine next to her that's all she isn't dress sexy she isn't lounging over the glass her a bottle or anything and this was controversial absolutely which suggests in a kind of screwed up way that a pretty woman can't be separated from sex and one of them are truly included a smile showing teeth was on an issue that was that was among vision sal you grew up in france under evans law and then you show up in the united states what would strike you about the advertising here to arrive in.
"cirrhosis" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Same way wherever french media can't they can't what do you mean the great irony of what was happening here in the united states in 1991 is that in france while coronary heart disease rates were low alcohol related deaths were quite high far higher than here in the us then and now that's including cirrhosis liver failure as well as drunk driving fatalities in fact even today in france there are estimated to be approximately fifty thousand alcoholrelated deaths a year and that's in a country of sixty seven million here in the us s that number is eighty eight thousand alcoholrelated deaths bin that's in a country of three hundred and 23 million so the instance in france is one per about 1300 whereas here in the us it's one per about thirty six hundred so in 1991 trying to address these issues in france they pass through what is known as the evan law 1991 1991 emir that the sixty minutes absolutely and what that did was prohibit alcohol advertising on television or in film and it limited how alcohol could be advertised in print in two thousand eight restricted internet advertising for alcohol one thing i thought was really fascinating is that advertisers were prohibited from correlating alcohol with happiness for alcohol would sex and there was a picture of a lovely blonde woman with a mona lisa's smile on her face and a glass of red wine next to her that's all she isn't dressed sexy she isn't lounging over the glass were a bottle or anything and this was controversial absolutely which suggests in a kind of screwed up way that a pretty woman can't be separated from sex and one of them are truly included a smile showing teeth was on an issue that was that was among the asian you grew up in france under evans law and then you show up in the united states what would strike you about the advertising here to arrive in the us and.
"cirrhosis" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Same way wherever french media can't they can't what do you mean the great irony of what was happening here in the united states in 1991 is that in france while coronary heart disease rates were low alcohol related deaths were quite high far higher than here in the us then and now that's including cirrhosis liver failure as well as drunk driving fatalities in fact even today in france there are estimated to be approximately fifty thousand alcoholrelated deaths a year and that's in a country of sixty seven million hearing the us that number is eighty eight thousand alcoholrelated deaths bin that's in a country of three hundred and 23 million so the instance in france is one per about 1300 whereas here in the us it's one per about thirty six hundred so in 1991 trying to address these issues in france they pass through what is known as the evan law 1991 1991 emir that the sixty minutes absolutely and what that did was prohibit alcohol advertising on television or in film and it limited how alcohol could be advertised in print in two thousand eight it restricted internet advertising for alcohol one thing i thought was really fascinating is that advertisers were prohibited from correlating alcohol with happiness for alcohol would sex and there was a picture of a lovely blonde woman with a mona lisa's smile on her face and a glass of red wine next to her that's all she isn't dressed sexy she isn't lounging over the glass were a bottle or anything and this was controversial absolutely which suggests in a kind of screwed up way that a pretty woman can't be separated from sex and one of them are truly included a smile showing teeth was on an issue that was that was among the asian you grew up in france under evans law and then you show up in the united states what would strike you about the advertising here to arrive in.
"cirrhosis" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Is and then what ever you get from your food is value added you can't depend on it do that and then we have what we call the secret sauces for over nine hundred different diseases and you know people in you know people george that have diabetes high blood pressure arthritis back problems even low thyroid they have all these different problems kidney failure liver cirrhosis and sort of need like six or eight different secret sauce on top of the basic healthy start pack then i i've had them where they had from thirteen prescription drugs while these diseases and ninety days it's all gone is they taking the ninety plus the secrets office that's amazing was them in your current record take some calls went to do these things yourself yep helen in new york city welcome to the show helen go ahead yes i have a question the doctor have any suggestions or approaches for problems and falling asleep and stay asleep island young elder okay and you're not sleeping well you sleeper maybe half are wake up for that kind of thing sometimes three hours to fall asleep and then if opt for very long um first ratings knock that's frustrating yep it can be frustrating here's what i tell people number one your brain and all your symptoms which include sleep systems require the 90 essential nutrients that the first place to start is get rid of all the bad stuff which means no fried foods no processed meats no oils that's right no oils no although cooking all margins managed elderly cookie don't give all the inflammatory things noguchi them now wheaton abroad brother own she can maximise absorption take your ninety take the basic healthy start pack and that alone is gonna give you the basic stuff you need to sleep now some people still need a little extra.
"cirrhosis" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Since i roll sold so studios is on the ends of jobless on one side of this has all lukens might serve plus the happenstance cirrhosis tried a little adventure and sort out the food reyes sectors brought to you by starbus nause drink it it probably move when sussex mm shopping oh you're pulling back right this second you'll notice a nice trend tattered up all the transportation such looking to what else we have come up with one of his facts we have dealt phase in order to access the click sleep look at that was just a month ago movers and said russell idealism i was listening consolidation so after across off consolidate wild as he apple off a denim tops for the real masses qazi so so what you're seeing at the this is important to talk about this for second when you're seeing a stock that his tank oh yes all right and then suddenly there is an advance look just like this one is for the sake short essay suddenly there is a worthy of add some sort of sell support that fits into the stock and stocks are traded as if you can try to be worry a little bit the eyeball so i beg your pardon guys to call their own ibm yes so seattle's dropping steadily now terms of how it drops down there and suddenly the seizure of over the valve october you see a big gap off it's about some sorts across the bottom of the that was awesome we and then and then they consolidated they really went sideways for a while and then they popped up again now what's what happens up this no i quickly speak what's supposed to half it well they continue to give put out good news like ibm has or they continue the retail support this thing breaksea both of those patterns that she saw and starts flying what this.
"cirrhosis" Discussed on Data Skeptic
"Data skeptic pie dot com bringing any stories entities dini emphasis on scene learning statistics is in joseph cirrhosis the corporate vice president for the data group at microsoft or he leads the company's database big data and machine learning products joseph holds a ph d in computer science from the university of texas at austin and a bachelor's and computer science and engineering from the indian institute of technology tonight he's passionate about machine learning and its applications and one of his missions at microsoft is to democratize ml technologies and make them accessible to everybody i had a chance to sink up with joseph about some of the recent announcements coming out of microsoft ignite maybe to begin with could you highlight some of your favorites yeah exciting conference and we on our own jdey grade hey i've platform far doug vange devil upper so that you can build even the hardedged most one big scale a and deployed effectively and so far the pro double up but all the eye we have what i think is one of the best platform to ets dead uh makes a uh a lot of the baby's kaley i possible that was one thing then be talked about how you interface all of that area where applications like exall show porter who very interesting who had things like our view i as bar geo air i like yogurt up to get information systems then we talked about some powerful concept set on cognitive so visas and the bar framework they bought revolution continues on i think those are some of the most interesting and i.
"cirrhosis" Discussed on NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries
"Our images and clinical medicine features a sixty year old man with cirrhosis and a remote history of colon cancer for which he had undergone a hemi collect me who presented to the emergency department with a fever he reported no diarrhea vomiting or abdominal pain his temperature was thirty eight point five degrees celsius laboratory studies reveal the white cell count of twelve thousand three hundred per cubic millimeter and a total billy rubin level of two milligrams per deciliter although his baseline total billy rubin level was to milligrams per deciliter owing to his liver disease two sets of blood cultures obtained on admission grew asher ricky a coli ct which was performed to determine possible intraabdominal sources of infection revealed no abscess aside these or colitis but did show multiple small round kelso fide gallstones although no definitive source of the door amir was found the patient became a febrile within the first 48 hours after antibiotic treatment was initiated cola suspected me was considered but not pursued because of the patients high operative risk owing to psoriasis he completed a course of antibiotics and was doing well at a followup visit eleven months after his discharge from the hospital a twenty eight year old woman presented to the emergency department with vertigo confusion and falls to weeks after a surgical abortion at eleven weeks of gestation her pregnancy had been complicated by persistent hyper and mrs gravity dharam an examination revealed spontaneous upbeat nest agnes geza volknant stagg miss and gate a taxi ah see the videos at any m dot org she had no up family show.
"cirrhosis" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"One or nih k a are at this is science today currently the best known cure for liver cirrhosis is an organ transplant but in a mouse model university of california san francisco researchers have found a way to transform the diseased cells that drive this progressive scarring into healthy cells postdoctoral scholar me lied resigning says the big question is whether this technique will prove to be clinically relevant and faith to treat damaged livers in humans liver cirrhosis is still a huge public health burden right now we have shown that we can turn this one cirrhosis causing sell typing to normal lives ourselves that function so the obvious question after a successful mouth and viva thaddeus can we do this and human patient the technique used a virus to shuttled the desirable genes into disease cells and also proves successful len plates have psoriasis causing human cells resign his team is now working to refine this virus so would only gets the liver and avoids infecting other cells in the body where science today i'm larissa brannon so i'm a dog and i just got adopted by this new human guy and i'm starting to wonder how he got along without me i mean okay something as simple as walking around the block he's got this leash thing ablett's me on one end and him on the other and i'm just take him around i i think he's afraid of getting lost without that leash and me guiding him along i don't think he'd find his way back home but it's kind of cute a person is the best thing to happen to a shelter pet be that person adopt brought to you by the ad council and the shelterpetproject donna arkaus chris plante keeping an eye on washington right before rush.
"cirrhosis" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Yeah it turned out having four or more cups of coffee a day or just one cup of herbal tea will a pretax against liver disease they help stop the scarring of the liver that causes cirrhosis cirrhosis says of course is liver disease which incidently can be fatal and so you wanna keep today coffees good for you yay it's safe to drink for cups of coffee a day or if you are to coffee person one cup of herbal tea while the same effect on your lever that great news that is great '90s now the rest is on science aegis just drink your coffee and i libs they're howdy i'm going to go down to coffee tone and refill sounds good to me there you go swab our rights when we come back you only have swamp alluvial in a swap reduce if you've been wondering what this whole swap a duisi businesses about if you've you know you're baby waiting for the bus the other day and some transient person walks ryan says forum voters i know awkward and then maybe you're here at the lunch table the work and somebody grabbed your lungs and said swaqa judy we're gonna explain how to use wellproduced appropriately in a sentence and we're also going to share with you a surprise swap a juicy that occurred on the morning show today her i want us of one that sounds really swamp it easy bradley it's wafa duisi k so let's swat produce the after this all rights when we come back right here on swamp a duisi and swap a duisi at my swamp a dizzy dots uaba tuesday my top one seven one everything entertainment message and data rates may apply have you ever forgotten your password with all the accounts you have an all the rules around passwords remembering every single one is impossible that's why millions of people are turning to dash lane the award winning app that protects your passwords.