19 Burst results for "Cognitive disorders"

Tony Bennett Reveals Battle With Alzheimer’s Disease

Colleen and Bradley

00:21 sec | 2 months ago

Tony Bennett Reveals Battle With Alzheimer’s Disease

"Bennett has Alzheimer's disease. But it's family confirmed the news, saying he was diagnosed in 2016, but started to show real signs about two years later, when he was recording an album with Lady Gaga. Now the doctor who diagnosed Bennett, speaking to AARP magazine, says that he really is the symbol of hope for someone with a cognitive disorder. And Tony Bennett is 94 years old.

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"cognitive disorders" Discussed on The Healthy Moms Podcast

The Healthy Moms Podcast

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"cognitive disorders" Discussed on The Healthy Moms Podcast

"So I decided to pitch in a little and translate the science into English and later actually worked at a gym oh detection laboratory as VP of marketing communications for a couple of years. And then I decided that we. Needed to get the health dangers out to the planet. We needed. No one was talking about the health dangers, which were substantial even back in the nineties, and it was it was being referred to in basically three or four sentences by the nonprofit groups that were trying to stop. They were focused more on the environment. And I realized my goodness we need to get this to moms who got to protect their kids, and we need to let them know the truth. And so I've written two books and made four movies and given lectures and forty five countries and have been more than full time on this. And it looks like we're we have both great news and some serious threats on the horizon. And what's really interesting is that when people are not aware of this topic, and they become aware they realize it's actually one of the most serious things not just on the planet but in their lives because they realize oh, my God this chronic condition for me, and my children this may be related to the GMO's or the round up another toxic chemicals sprayed on. Our food. So what we finding now is a confirmation of all the fears that were there twenty three years ago. And I know that you address this in depth in genetic roulette and also in secret ingredients, and of course, those will be linked in the show notes highly encourage you guys to watch them and to redecorate books, but the number one of junction that I see and hear online when it comes to GMO's largely across the board is just that. They're completely safety are completely safe in that. There's no evidence to indicate that they're not. And so I'm going to give you the hardball. First let's start there. Because that's the number one thing I hear when anyone starts talking about the dangers of GMO's icy that reaction all the time on light. Well, that's a very well paid reaction that is a reaction that has been paid for by the bow to industry with hundreds of millions of dollars giving that impression and we know from the lawsuits are Monsanto has lost and been in been found. Guilty not only of the round up causing. Cancer. But of the massive cover up and fraud ways to keep the public uninformed about the dangers that that's the company that's designing this public relations answer to the question are GMO safe. If you believe them than you believe that round up a safe, you believe that their PCB's were safe. You believe that there D was safe. And it turns out they were none of the none of that was safe. Now, you mentioned the film secret ingredients, and I lay out the thesis in that film. And the good news is that it is available for free for a free showing week on may fifteenth and people can sign up and watch it for free online. And I want to warn you that went you said buckle your seatbelts at the beginning of the interview for that film. There is an incredible magic period after watching it where people realize oh my God. I need to change my diet because my entire life may change because in the film there. More than a dozen people who switched to organic food got rid of the GMO's got rid of the roundup sprayed on GMO's and other foods and transformed kids with serious cognitive disorders infertile parents in infertile couples got kids. People boys are no longer on the spectrum people who had allergies gastrointestinal disorders cancer at cetera reverse. Now, if you think about it these are incredible claims, but they come from L amount of evidence..

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Why dog owners are giving their pets cannabis

Let's Talk Pets

08:16 min | 2 years ago

Why dog owners are giving their pets cannabis

"Welcome. I wanted to introduce himself first and then list, Stephen go names tall, and I'm a RV tea at a California. I currently practice it Silicon Valley veterinary specialist. I also am involved in a bunch of other things outside of work. I'm on a couple of pain council with Eric hot. And particular I serve as a scientific advisor with my friend and colleague, Liz Houston on zero animal health for their CD products and also consultant for elevate sciences, which also has a CBD product. And you can see me speaking and traveling all over the country and world for that matter speaking on the topic. Awesome. Well, so we're glad to have you. All right. Liz, tell us about you. I am Liz Houston. I'm an RV t currently living and practicing in California. I am doing primarily relief work now as well as serving on the board if I know animal house and a couple of other industry. We related boards that I'm. And then I. Country and even the world teaching on many topics and cannabis is one of the hot topics that we're talking about these days for sure well, so with this show, I love to kind of dispel myths and talk about controversial things. But making sure that we provide good information. So that my cat loving listeners. Have the best information to make choices? And so I wanna start maybe with just talking about what CBD oil is and a little bit of the background on that who wants to answer that part. I think Liz love answering that quite I think I'll say fun. So the oil is oil that is extracted from a plant and that plant is called cannabis some people might know that plant as marijuana and I don't like to use the name marijuana because it has negative connotations, and it doesn't effectively or accurately. Name the plant the plant is called cannabis and there are many different forms of cannabis. So the one that we use for animals is most often referred to as hemp or industrial hemp, and the definition the legal definition of that type that variant of the plant is that it has less than zero point three percent of THC content. THC's is a compound in the cannabis plant like CBD and THC is the compound that may. Makes people high. It also makes dogs and cats. Hi, this is the compound that causes the toxic effects that we sometimes see in animals, you get into their owners stash of cannabis that other compound and actually there over a hundred cannabinoid in cannabis and the main one that we're going to talk about today, and the main one that is being marketed to pet owners is CBD and CBD is a compound in the cannabis plant, but has tremendous medical potential is used as a medicine for lots of different conditions in Bopha payments and animals, and the great thing about CBD is especially for animals is it's not gonna make them high. So we're not gonna see those toxic effects that we see from animals you eat some products that someone bought two in order to have an experience that's not necessarily. Medicinal. So if you don't really like it to be called marijuana. I guess may calling it pod is completely out. Okay. But I do prefer cannabis. Okay. Well, I have a little fun here. So, you know, I think people like stuff that's just a little a little smutty. Your little interesting are a little different. And I think that that's why this particular topic has become so hot, but a lot of our medications and and valuable supplements come from plants. So I wanna set aside that stigma, maybe and explorer, wet some of the benefits are Stephen can you talk a little bit about some of the uses for this product short. So on the human side where we have a lot of the evidence. There's I think over like twenty three thousand published papers on Canada's products or components being used and people for several different things looking at its possible benefits, and we have to be cautious because right now, the FDA is really not loving this whole industry. And so we. We don't want to say it's necessarily going to treat or cure anything. But it's definitely gonna help supplement or alleviate some conditions and some of the common ones that people see in the press, and we have ongoing studies for are things like Caesar's cancer pain pain in general any of our inflammatory diseases by their that's a gastrointestinal disease or maybe a back problem with disks or arthritis. We have things like an appetite or Najah or vomiting that cannabis products to help with. I mean, there's even paper's going out so far to say, and they help with things with like Alzheimer's or some of these other big cognitive disorders that we're seeing in people and that translates over into animals as well. So I heard a rumor, and it might just be a roemer. And maybe you guys can shed some light. Is it true that some veterinarians in certain states, or or veterinary technicians can't discuss this product? Liz is that true. That is absolutely true. Most notably in California. So California is probably the state that has issued the strictest guidance to veterinarians telling them that they absolutely cannot discuss cannabis use for their patients that guidance has come from the veterinary medical board, the California veterinary medical association, interestingly is not of the same mind as the VM be. So there's a Bill pending right now in California that would change the law to add veterinarians to not to prescribing rights for cannabis, but at least allow them to discuss the use of cannabis products with their clients in the other states where cannabis is legal either medicinally or both medicinally and recreationally. Veterinarians are just left out of the prescribing rights and these states don't even talk about veterinarians in terms of the use of cannabis. So it's really the wild west out here right now or. Veterinarians. And I think that veterinarians need to be a little cautious depending on where you are. What state you're in about talking or recommending these products? I think you have to do it with a full knowledge of the law in your state, some states, it's going to be a lot more amenable to veterinarians talking about it and to clients using these products in their pets, but in some states, it can be very very very difficult and potentially legally dangerous my concern with that for veterinarians is that they may incur some liability in states where it is either illegal or only medicinal illegal, but only for a limited number of conditions. And if for somehow appliance was, you know, arrested, or, you know, quote, unquote, busted for having these products that the veterinary may share, some liability. I'm not an attorney. I don't know. But it is certainly a concern for me when we're talking about. Using these products in different states that being said, you can obtain CBD oil and any state they you can order it online. They'll send it to you. Lots of companies are doing it and companies are relying on some laws federal laws to do that in a way that they say that they believe as we go. But a lot of I don't know anyone who's really willing yet to be the test case to prove that it is.

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"cognitive disorders" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

06:47 min | 2 years ago

"cognitive disorders" Discussed on 600 WREC

"If you can say to yourself that's why I, left them there the phone rang or the doorbell rang or something. Like that. And it triggers and clues they memory it's probably a normal aging process but if you, find your car cruises still have no idea how got there. That would be a, problem that would. Suggest, maybe there is something. Going on with the brain that. Needs to be valuated that's Dr Douglas Shara. Director, of the division of cognitive neurology at Ohio State University He, says, individuals with m. c.. I. often don't realize. The extent that their cognitive. Abilities have declined I a neurologist. And see a lot of patients with cognitive disorders as my area. Specialty and I was basically just completely frustrated at the delay in patients coming into our clinic for evaluation and, knowing that they had these problems. Going on for years people that I identify issues with? Memory are going to be your significant other your spouse. Or someone that visits you quite often could be a, Senator daughter in some cases they, will notice it first and that's. Long before the patient gets enough Kirk to go up and, ask their doctor about it. On the, average is three and a half. Years before someone has some significant cognitive impairment based on family report to when. They first get into a primary care doctor three and a half years they're just sort of okay it's a little worse. I think I'm okay I have some memory problems I just see how it goes And. They just go on and on and on and give wasted in my opinion, three and a half years you could have been treated earlier slowing down the course yet if, you do go to the doctor suspecting some sort of cognitive impairment Shari says doctors are likely to take a watchful waiting approach but he says we shouldn't wait around that's why he developed brain test a fifteen minute at home screening test that's clinically proven to detect MCI are thought about brain, test was to develop a. Test that self administered, that, could be done at. Home that you could. Take the results into your. Doctor because the doctor may not Watchful waiting if you actually, bring them, a cognitive test results that show you know. What looks like maybe some change their thinking or trouble with thinking they probably will react more than just maybe verbalizing you know I've had, some mild memory problem people can take more control. Of these issues or their spouse or children can take it to mom or dad you know perhaps to get them to do, that so that it starts, the conversation that's the main purpose bringing into the doctorate starts to conversation that hey maybe there is, a, change maybe there's a decrease in cognitive, skills let's figure out what the causes detest puts, you through a, series of cognitive tasks. Measuring skills such as naming problem solving and verbal fluency we're measuring all the different parts of the. Brain and we scored it so that all the parts of the brain for memory and language visual spatial executive or all scored about the same it's not just a test that measures more Just memory. Only that type of thing and we get a global assessment of how the brain is doing and we compare that to age in education, normative data we come up with a score based. On our validity studies saying you're doing great Maybe some mild cognitive issues maybe she'd get this checked out. Or you have more, serious issues and definitely should and in all cases we suggest. Taking it to the doctor whether to get a baseline, you're doing well at. Age seventy here's your score and. Maybe later, on we'll see a change, over time so in all cases we suggest take the score and the. Interpretation to your physician they can interpret it better based on your. Health history but catch your doctor just give you a cognitive. Test Shari says sure that's always an option, but the self administering power of brain. Test makes it a unique tool the ones that, are usually, given at doctors offices, are administered, tested, you need someone to actually give the test to the individual. It takes more personnel time and resources typically so it doesn't get. Done as much so there's more of a, barrier for. Physicians to you know unless it's really bad they'll say okay I, think you're doing Finalists just, keep checking on it you know this is. More barriers for them to take the time and. Find someone to give the, test but importantly Shari says brain test is not a diagnostic test rather it's an. Assessment so how does, the doctor actually make a diagnosis you have to include lots of, factors rights so you'd have to. Include the clinical course there are other history do they have you know. Three previous strokes and, sleep apnea and five head injuries and you know that would. Explain that test and they say okay there's nothing more, we need to do. I have a good explanation as. To why, you're codnitions was a little, bit low in area x. y. or they may say guys that's surprising. Nothing in your past history that I know of would usually account. For this type of thing let's do some more tests many. Factors go into making a proper diagnosis but, the first step is always bringing the. Issue to your doctor's attention especially since MCI can, often progress, into dementia the most, common cause, of, dementia is Alzheimer's disease Fees which currently has no, cure so this raises. Another question if you can't do anything to stop? Alzheimer's why even take the test the medications, that we have right now for Alzheimer's work. Better the earlier you. Start them so clearly we, don't have a cure for this disease it progresses but, if progress progresses, slower if you are on the Medicaid are, FDA, approved medications for Alzheimer's disease even if. There is no medication and just increasing supervision I think helps reduce healthcare costs improves quality of life but brain test is not just, a one, and done test the purposes you contested very easily over time south of master doesn't take that. Much time if you have. A grass over time you can see exactly, when an individual might start to have problems especially if you have a, family history we know genetics very common in. Alzheimer's disease if you have a good baseline knowing What the score is over time. Is very very helpful and, picking up these conditions at an, early stage which are then more treatable, memory loss impaired judgment and other cognitive deficiencies are scary, many people are embarrassed by these problems and want to. Ignore them but sharia says we can't afford to do that any longer. We need to be proactive and. The test is a quick and easy way..

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"cognitive disorders" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

10:14 min | 2 years ago

"cognitive disorders" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Seventy, okay I have a couple of, studies from Israel that I. Mean the. Research coming out of Israel is amazing if you look at the research. Specifically out of Israel on cancer on. Mental deterioration on children. With ADHD anals hammers, it's way beyond the pill it's unbelievable the people over there. Must have brains that don't even fit near skulls they must have like one hundred ninety IQ's is just, amazing when I read. It So his study from neurology department Tel Aviv Sarah ski medical center it's in a journal dementia and geriatric cognitive, disorders and they took people. Who were. Losing memory and they gave them foster title sharing or placebo for fifteen. Weeks now that's a good amount of. Time if anything's going to help your memory It takes three months to work So a memory study has. To be at least twelve. Weeks so this is fifteen weeks it's, actually a lot longer than. That but we'll go into that And the. First fifteen weeks they gave people either, placebo or foster title sharing Absolute improvement and brain function know about it Like immediate recall you know like you verbal delayed verbal recall how, long it, took you to copy complex figures Learning abilities all improved So what happened because. It helped people's memory they did an open label. Extension of. The study they. Should this isn't fair we're giving the foster tattoo sharing to half these elderly people and it's improving, your memory Now let's give it to the people that were originally on placebo, so it's back to digestible. Dementia and geriatric cognitive disorders. And they did an. Open label extension, where everybody got the foster title sharing and the people and the original fifteen weeks study over two. Thirty week period which is plenty of time they maintained their memory enhancement they didn't lose it. It was consistent. But in the? People that were originally on. Placebo that got no benefit placebo gives memory no. Benefit you. Can't tell somebody. I'm going to improve your memory and give them a a sugar pill it doesn't work The people that were. Originally on placebo I fifteen weeks not around foster title sharing they also got a good improvement. In memory function So here's a. Step up from that study this is from Japan As from the journal attornal. Of. Clinical biochemistry and nutrition but this is people with brain shrinkage okay the. Other study was people. With some memory loss over the first. Fifteen we should improve memory then they took the people on placebo they gave him at Emory improved also and the original people on the first fifteen weeks over the. Whole thirty week study period day maintain their. Improvement of their memory It. Didn't go back to what it was. It stayed better so now this is Japan these your people at mob cognitive impairment what's scary is somebody's people are just fifty years of age I mean that's scary I. Mean fifty, years old That's like, a young person So mild cognitive impairment means the. Brain has shrunk rather dramatically And not only has the. Brain shrunk it's affected their memory but they could still function Just not that well The problem is they're pretty much faded to. Drift into Alzheimer's disease eighty percent of people with mild cognitive impairment will The Vela pool blown Alzheimer's. Disease so it's bad it's the portal for Alzheimer's So they gave older people but amazingly some of them were just, fifty k., all the people between fifty and seventy with brain shrinkage dead mild? Cognitive impairment they gave them foster, title sharing for. Six months and. Guess what it really helped And the people with the worst case they got? The most benefit I mean. Listen it's not gonna make, you totally back to what you. Were if you had, brain shrinkage you've lost memory Okay that's not going to bring you. Back one hundred percent it's not, gonna make you a genius either but it can help shave off someone that memory loss I make you function. Much better, but, the thing is at also now we're stepping up the studies. Even more because she said, people with Alzheimer's So not only does it feed the aging brain and support memory and protect memory But in. People with brain shrinkage it also helps protect memory and even bring their memory back but. It also seems to do what the worst case scenario which is early Alzheimer's disease This is the, journal advent adventures and therapeutics it's a state of the art. Study from Berlin a couple of academic research institutions and Berlin state of the art study It's elderly people with memory issues shrinking brain some of them had Alzheimer's Giving them three foster title sharing capsules every day versus placebo. Significantly improved memory significantly improved their, mood should, also had an antidepressant effect And the patients would actual. Early Alzheimer's disease so some of these. People at mount cognitive impairment some of them had early Alzheimer's disease and patients would Alzheimer's, disease they pretty much maintained, their brain function what else I've. Seen people with Alzheimer's and. The brain deteriorates at a very rapid pace So if you have somebody with Alzheimer's They might say I know you but I can't quite remember your name and, I don't remember how I know you and then, you fill. Them, in. And they go, oh yeah, oh yeah I remember that's. You know the early stages of Alzheimer's If you, see them, three or four months later They may not recognize you at all and you could explain your name and Wallen nail del. Agree with, you don't know what you're. Talking about I mean that's how quick. It quickly your cheese can slide off its. Cracker you can really have a fast deterioration rate So in patients with Alzheimer's There was a three percent deterioration, rate on your brain function, but the patients on placebo there was. An eighteen, percent deterioration rate I. Mean it really meant something so here's another. Study on patients with Alzheimer's Now It's up to neurologist to treat. Alzheimer's But I'm trying to prove to you that this supplement is very important for your aging brain for the dynamics. And function and protection of your, aging bring I take it every. Morning what my krill oil every morning I take three. Funds for title sharing breakfast without fail This is the journal genetic and molecular research As looking at people with Alzheimer's disease They divided them into two. Groups one group got foster. Title Syrian the other group got placebo it really made a difference Any Alzheimer's. Disease patients vocabulary and picture. Matching scores improved after treatment Now that's important Pitcher matching scores all never forget a report on Ronald Reagan when he, was much older. He had Alzheimer's And I think it was what's his name George Shultz, went to, see him he, went to, visit him in his? Bel Air home up on top of BelAir beautiful push and he said Mr President what are you doing and, he was shocked The president was looking at a picture and he, was trying, to match your, word to, it and it was? Horsh he goes horsh That's what happens to these people you show him a, picture they can't even. Remember the word So in this, study of people with Alzheimer's when Kate in a foster title sharing their picture matching scores improved they could. Look at, a word spelt. Out horsh and look at a. Picture of a horse and. Matching I mean that's pretty good But they also found. Out it was preventing shrinkage a brain cells and death of brain cells in the hippocampus and it. Was improving acetylcholine levels that's really important acetylcholine, is to neurotransmitter for memory and, learning acetylcholine levels plummet and people, with brain shrinkage and Alzheimer's disease the foster tattle Syrian was restoring acetylcholine levels and preventing brain cells from. Shrinking really, had an effect I'm going to tell you a, couple more things sharing does because I have to. Move on and children what ADHD at helps them pay attention you're sending your kid back to school On screens a lot give them some low. Team once every three days would food But if they have, ADHD and attention. Problems give them. Foster title sharing and, helped them each some, fish. High quality fish they'll work together kids, still, del, Delpy, less, impulsive del, focused, better lots. Of studies on this from England Germany Switzerland. Japan Australia New Zealand Israel United States it really helps children and adults would ADHD it also helps people, who are neurotic and nervous Schoff, you of, a student who a poor. Test taker given, the foster. Title Syrian delta better academically. Couple lettuce on fossil title soon Has. More You said that your foster title Sharon was helpful for people at an excess. Of cortisol I have a very high stress job and other symptoms of too..

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"cognitive disorders" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"cognitive disorders" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Going to treat? Or. Cure anything but it's definitely. Gonna. Help, supplement or alleviate some conditions and, some of the, common ones that people see in the press and we have ongoing studies for are things. Like Caesar's cancer pain. Pain in general any of our inflammatory diseases whether that's a gastrointestinal disease, or maybe a back problem with disks or arthritis we have things. Like an appetite or nausea or vomiting that cannabis products seem. To help with I mean there's even paper's going out so far to say it may help with things with? Like. Alzheimer's or some of these other big cognitive disorders that we're seeing people, and that translates over into animals as well so I heard a rumor and it might just be a roemer and maybe you guys can shed some light, is it true that some veterinarians in certain states or or veterinary technicians can't discuss this product Liz. Is that true That is absolutely true, most notably in California so California is probably the state that has issued the strictest guidance to veterinarians telling them that they absolutely, cannot discuss cannabis use, for their patients that guidance, has come from the veterinary medical board the California veterinary medical association interestingly is. Not of the same mind as the VM be so there's a Bill pending right now in. California that, would change the law to add veterinarians to not to prescribing rights for cannabis but at least allow them to discuss the use of cannabis products with their clients, in the other states where cannabis is legal. Either medicinally or both medicinally, and recreationally veterinarians are just left out of the prescribing rights and these states don't. Even talk about veterenarians in terms of the use of cannabis so it's really the wild west, out? Here right now For veterinarians and I think that veterinarians need to be a little cautious depending on where you are what state. You're in about talking or recommending these products I think you have to do it with a full knowledge of the law in your state some. States it's going to be a lot more amenable, to veterinarians, talking about it. And to clients using these products in their pets but in. Some states it can be very very very difficult and potentially legally dangerous my concern with that for veterinarians is that they may incur, some liability in states where it is either illegal or only medicinally legal but only for a limited number of conditions and if, for some how a client was arrested or quote unquote busted for having these products that. The veterinary may share some liability I'm not an attorney I don't know but it. Is certainly a concern for me when we're talking about About using these products in different. States that being said you can obtain CBD oil and any state they you can order it online they'll send it to you lots, of companies are doing it and companies are. Relying on some laws, federal laws to do that in a, way, that they say that they believe as we go but a lot. Of I don't know, anyone who's really, willing yet to be the test case to prove that it is So it's a little it can be a, little dicey that's for, the states where it's not. There's no, laws on the books about it or only the federal law saying that it's illegal in laws in. States where there are laws allowing for either? Medicinal or medicinal and recreational use it's certainly a lot easier for owners to obtain the, product and use it without fear of legal repercussions, so yeah in California there's. A definite guidance on the. BNB not to talk to your clients about this but in other states, there's no guides at all so Stephen I think that you guys explained that the active component. Of this that makes people high isn't present so why do we have regulations governing this that is a very sticky answer Oh good So to say that some of these products don't have any in it any other THC the delta nine THC specifically can. Be incorrect in. Some situations what we may have, is very very low percentages of Delton ninetieth see in these products to the point where as, Liz mentioned no one's going to get high from..

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"cognitive disorders" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"cognitive disorders" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Say it's necessarily going to treat or cure anything but it's definitely gonna help supplement or alleviate some conditions and some of the common ones that people see in the press and we have ongoing studies for are things like caesar's cancer pain pain in general any of our inflammatory diseases whether that's a gastrointestinal disease or maybe a back problem with disks or arthritis we have things like an appetite or nausea or vomiting that cannabis products to help with i mean there's even paper's going out so far to say and they help with things with like alzheimer's or some of these other big cognitive disorders that we're seeing people and that translates over into animals as well so i heard a rumor and it might just be a rumor and maybe you guys can shed some light is it true that some veterinarians in certain states or or veterinary technicians can't discuss this product liz is that true that is absolutely true most notably in california so california is probably the state that has issued the strictest guidance to veterinarians telling them that they absolutely cannot discuss cannabis use for their patients that guidance has come from the veterinary medical board the california veterinary medical association interestingly is not of the same mind as the vm be so there's a bill pending right now in california that would change the law to add veterinarians to not took prescribing rights for cannabis but at least allow them to discuss the use of cannabis products with their clients in the other states where cannabis is legal either medicinally or both medicinally and recreationally veterinarians are just left out of the prescribing rights and these states don't even talk about veterinarians in terms of the use of cannabis so it's really the wild west out here right now for veterinarians and i think that veterinarians need to be a little cautious depending on where you are what state you're in about talking or recommending these products i think you have to do it with a full knowledge of the law in your state some states it's going to be a lot more amenable to veterinarians talking about it and to clients using these products in their pets but in some states.

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"cognitive disorders" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:25 min | 3 years ago

"cognitive disorders" Discussed on 710 WOR

"It's not gonna help you you can always see that is an improvement over three months spent if you don't see an improvement forget it it's not working so in any event they gave these people to foster tides every day for three months and it worked verbal immediate recall significantly improved on the foster title sharing group compared to placebo placebos a fake bill placebo never worked for memory you can't give somebody a fake pill and say you memories going to get better it doesn't work at has to be something that really has an impact on brain health neurological functions and memory so here we go it is working the participants were relatively good cognitive performance these people were pretty elderly their brain just wasn't up to par anymore their brain had age two cells were decaying it just wasn't firing properly and functioning properly brain and their memory was suffering but the participants who still had relatively good cognitive performance at the start of the study had a significant treatment related improvement and like immediate recall delayed verbal recall the ability to learn how quickly they could copy down complex figures and this was according to the neurologists and researchers and the patients themself a responders himself so they did a follow up study it's an open label extension so now everybody knows who's on a fossil title searing because everybody's on the foster title syrian and other words they felt bad the very elderly people with memory loss they didn't have any improvement on a placebo they said well let's give them a fossil title sharon she would happen shame thing happened it's also and dementia and geriatric cognitive disorders at the maccabi health services daring urology consultants and tel aviv israel and they gave them the foster title sharing every morning with breakfast not each people did not have dementia did not demented okay they don't have alzheimer's or lewy body dementia what they had was poor mental performance the had poor memory function and they said there was a significant improvement and sustained attention and memory recognition when they gave the foster tuttle sharing the people previously on a fossil title sharing they kept them in a study they continue to do well they had maintained the improvements in brain function that they had from the first leg to study but now the people who were put on placebo initially natta switched over to fossil touto searing they sort of semi thing improvement and brain function so here's another state of the art study it's in the journal adventures in therapy addicts at a research institution and in berlin germany that does a lot of brain research is called analyze and realize gmbh in berlin and it's a three month long study like i said the people do memory research they realize it takes about three months to improve memory and if it doesn't happen it's not happening but these are elderly people with memory issues and they gave them three to foster title sharing capsules every morning with breakfast or placebo for three months and it was a real improvement in memory but there was also a significant improvement in their mood but here's the thing a number of the patients were already.

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"cognitive disorders" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"cognitive disorders" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Capsules a day but you know what professional golfers can afford that usually someone else's paying for when they gave him southern capsules a day had better tee off of course i think it's all putting but that better teeoffs longer drives more straight to the point where they want to get it i thought that was pretty cool day seen the same thing and people who lift weights who compete with weightlifting like those ironman competitions at in runners you know i mean the runners will run marathons and people who are in teams and baseball pitchers and improve their performance because their mind and their nerves are reacting fister to impulses and everything's working out of there like more coordinate better hand eye coordination which is amazing but that's not what i use it for so here's a study from israel i love to study in fact i only have to read this study in its follow up and i think it gets the point across neurology department tel aviv sarraj medical center in israel it's an journal dementia and geriatric cognitive disorders maybe i'd better tell you what these things to for to bring they maintain the structure of your brain cells so they don't decay as you grow older you know how you can get wrinkled or you know what your brain cells getting wrinkled these phospholipids create the the by lipid layer on the study of brain cells so they function and in the brain works better electronically and the brain worked better would energy patterns and his create its relation to correct neurotransmitter so at night you go to sleep in the morning you wake up and when you're hungry you know it and you can learn something and you can remember the author of the book you're reading and you can remember the name of a restaurant you went to last.

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"cognitive disorders" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

03:11 min | 3 years ago

"cognitive disorders" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Injuries up to twenty percent of hip fracture patients die within one year because of complications from the trauma my mother died not from a fall while she was walking but she was sitting on her walker at a baseball game one of my brothers baseball act say her grandson my nephew's baseball game and she fell and broke her ankle and it was complications from that that caused her to die otherwise she was reasonably healthy you ate he'd purple food concord grapes blueberries and red wine they all get that deep rich color from polyphenyls compounds that reduce heart disease risk and may also protect against alzheimer's and this is research according to robert kirk phd director of the cognitive disorders disease at the university of cincinnati berry berry good news as i say also where're you healthy weight wise as a teen i grew up as a chubby dude but as a teen i was in pretty good shape 'cause i played on the football team and i worked out every day for like six hours so i don't know if that qualifies me for that one or not but this one definitely doesn't because i until today have been a burger fanatic i just love burgers and it doesn't matter from where i even like mcdonald's burgers carl's jr it doesn't matter i got these sliders at the cheesecake factory that are phenomenal but the red meat is not good for you caller rectal cancer the third most common type paused in many instances by processed meats like hot dogs bacon deli meats etc etc stuff that i eat that's bad and if you're like me you don't wanna eat that stuff so i guess it's backed a grilled chicken with no flavor dry and not tasty if you're going to grill meat they say by the way marinate at first you know there's some pretty tasty like beer marinades and stuff like that keep the pieces small and flip them often which can help prevent the carcinogens from forming also education i've talked about this before people that are educated and wealthier live longer a harvard medical school study found that people with more than twelve years of formal education live eighteen months longer than those with fewer years of schooling relationships buffer against stress that from mika saddik phd associate professor at cedar crest college.

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"cognitive disorders" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

Bulletproof Radio

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"cognitive disorders" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

"Portent implications for their underlying risk for example for cognitive disorders in later life that's been a bit of an uphill climb but i think it's now accepted within our field that people's reports of how they're doing are important to listen to now we you know this turns out to be very much double edged sword how so we re recently completed one of my graduate students just finished her dissertation study which was a treatment trial in patients who had post chemotherapy post cancer chemotherapy what they perceived as cognitive impairment following the successful completion of their chemotherapy and this is you know so called chemo brain if you will right so we did a study with transdermal nicotine and we had hoped within the confines of a fairly short low dose study that we would be able to see if there was a signal here it's not a definitive study just a small pilot study and what we found to our surprise was yes there was a very strong therapeutic effect but so was the placebo patients improve dramatically on treatment but they improve just as well and over the exact same time course on placebo if we used subjective cognitive reports if other words if we used a structured instrument that allowed us to for them that was developed by another investigator in cans in the cancer field who had developed this instrument specifically look at people's perception of their functioning what we found and she donald cheap published a lot of work on this and it looked like a very solid instrument and what we found was that it's incredibly responsive to placebo fix now that's very interesting and not to be dismissed at all because placebo is really interesting and how people how people's brains react to the.

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"cognitive disorders" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"cognitive disorders" Discussed on WDRC

"Neuro cognitive disorders headline fish protein could help prevent parkinson's says a study a new study suggests a specific protein found in certain fish may also be a boon for the prevention of parkinson's disease that protein is called par vow booming and it could help prevent the formation of protein structures associated with parkinson's disease specifically parv l bulan blocks the formation of something called alpha cynically in plaques that our whole market parkinson's disease by affectively scavenging the protein for the lead researcher says parvo collects up the parkinson's protein and actually prevents it from aggregating simply by aggregating itself i this substance parv el mumin readily inhibits amyloid formation of alpha nuclear and so they say verse in addition to a mega three fatty acids from fish may be responsible for favorable health effects with respect to age related dementia and cognitive decline they say among those who follow mediterranean died with more fish once he's lower rates parkinson's and alzheimer's and it could be not just the course we extract but also the fish itself so yeah take fish oil but don't forget.

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"cognitive disorders" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM

WVNJ 1160 AM

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"cognitive disorders" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM

"Of the brain of older people that hush prevelant of build up a plaque it also reduces inflammation the brain of older people to shaikh it reduces inflammation in the heart foster how the syringe different that belongs in the brain that allows the brenda released a correct nor transmitters show you're not depressed showed that you can control your appetite she could figure things out schol problems chicken repay your brain all these things she ever memory she can learn i'll tell you if an interesting study when they gave older beagles okay bills are very difficult for the very difficult talks the train they howls oh boy the today how when they gave older beagles foster title sharing they were able to train them tricks again i mean it really works it really works so i loved this study from israel because it's a twopart study because in the first part of was helping the patients with their memory but some of the pictures on placebo and they feel bad show they didn't extension with study negate the people and placebo they will not getting fuss for title sharing they had the same results that day pouf dip point shorts the journal dementia and geriatric cognitive disorders as the tel aviv tureski medical shift a witting to amazingly unbelievable complex studies there i mean the studies coming out of their mindboggling like that's one of the places that developed that um injection to help prevent a bunch of cancers there's an injection in israel does not available in america that blocks a whole bunch of cancer irish just amazing what they're doing in the place so they took a hundred and fifty seven people with uh real memory issues and they put those 100 and 57 on fish oil and fossil title sharing for a fifteen week period fifteen weeks his plenty of time to shift something hopes to break its plenty of time you know within the first three months their recall greatly improved their memory was really improve they really had a significant improvement a treatment associate improvement in their recall like delayed recall older memories immediate recall new memories learning how to learn how quickly they could copy complex figures i mean the brain which is working better so really improved and learning their brain function in memory the brain quickness when day did a second part of the study.

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"cognitive disorders" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"cognitive disorders" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Looking to upgrade no you look at the injury port and for the first time all year it they don't have anybody on this year they had that amazing icty weektoweek seventeen police urgently he'll healthy going into the playoffs it is a pretty strange but anything anything else you've heard about who the rams might not play in this game and who who uh who might be sitting out for them the i guess we should mention though that they do have what 20 guys on on injured reserve exactly yeah he was very good area healthy but uh basically you the fort the rams top you'll their frontline guys are not going to be active for this gave one guy who will be active as jared gough because they don't have a third quarterback not even other practice squads so they didn't call anybody up but which this daca to iran's official who said if jared gough is needed in this game he will just be handing off he'll there on third in seven with the game on the line toward the end of the fourth quarter he would they will be calling a draw play if jared gop has to get out there so no chances with him a certainly uh john seoul van andrew whitworth todd gourley um i know aaron donald won't play not sure about mark baron and alec alik ogle tree but he added it's going to be you know that now the guys who are out there are going to be trying to you'll make their names and and create their spots in it's their time to shine so it's not like the rams our mailing it in uh but i guess they are in a sense because of their their deal probably their seven inactive players will all be guys whose names you know mamale cognitive disorders rams and niners for the season.

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"cognitive disorders" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM

WVNJ 1160 AM

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"cognitive disorders" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM

"For six months foster titled sharon not placebo only foster title sharing significantly restored memory and the worst memory issued these people did not have a sick brain they did not have alzheimer's they did not have mild cognitive impairment dead memory wash the greater the extent to their memory wash the better to foster title schering worked so here's what i love to study 'cause they did it in two porch as from the tel aviv sereshk he medical center dan neurology department at center journal dementia and geriatric cognitive disorders now these people once again did not have alzheimer's they had memory was half of the negate placebo it did nothing the other half they gay foster title sharing and fficials it did a lot it did a lot like copying down conflict figures they did it more accurately and much faster remembering words like they give them ten words and and they have a the shush with them and a half now let's say what we're those ten words dan remember mortals works his whole delayed verbal recoil cognitive performance and general improved schol they felt bad it was a very interesting study because the people and placebo they had no improve so they did an open label extension for another six months now they took all the people and placebo and now they put him on foster tablet sharing remember placebo didn't help these people when they put him on foster title sharing they got to shame result there was no toys about it memory was coming back there was no tuition better i'll tell you to other uses for foster tiles soon being a radically stretched like people who have to take attached or do public speaking if you take foster title sharing a reduces stuck on the stress mixed the brain work better but also children and adults would adhd children and adults would adhd they don't use fossil title sharing more fish oils very effectively and if you give them more they perform much better the lush impulsive las fidgety they're more relaxed they have a better attention bet they really do marvellously butter when somebody comes in and says my child has adhd my child's him like in all eighth grade has adhd no doubt about it.

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"cognitive disorders" Discussed on People's Pharmacy

People's Pharmacy

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"cognitive disorders" Discussed on People's Pharmacy

"Interro aji and hepatitis g at the mayo clinic in rochester minnesota he's also professor of medicine there in runs the seal eac disease research programme dr mary is the section editor for gastroenterology for the mayo clinic proceedings his book is mayo clinic going gluten free essential guide to managing silly act disease and other gluten related conditions dr mary we've talked a little bit about what seac diseases and the sort of symptoms that people might have if someone were a symptomatic but had seal eaec disease would they still have a reason to be concerned aren't there serious consequences to this disease doesn't ashland questioned and because most patients with xouli act disease may have nor very subtle symptoms not enough to get the attention of their medical m practitioner there are consequences consequences the more series would be malignancies lymphoma of the intestine or cancers of the intestine are very rare but when they occur they can be the first manifestation of the disease now that usually doesn't affect people to later but there are other things i i think of i am your bone problems we mentioned bone issues little earlier poem problems can be very subtle and by the time their present they may already have accumulated several fractures and if they're already little older i'm not sure that we can reverse that bone fragility fertility is another issue i frequently see patients who have experience and so infertility for 10 20 years maybe their entire at reproductive potential was limited because they had undiagnosed healy act disease and that's at at missed opportunity for health in children growth and even adults who see short stature adults who turn out of silly activities and their short stature is probably the consequence of that own diagnose seac disease cognis of impairment and the most common symptom that i hear from patience is brain fog i can't think straight i'm not able to remember things and that's a very common symptom before diagnosis it's a common symptom when somebody with diagnoses gets exposed to gluten and unfortunately we will sometimes see severe cognitive disorders in patients who present wits he lacked activities later in life some of those are reversible if you catch it early enough it is reversible in it's remarkable how much of an awakening it can be when somebody is free of something that's been essentially poisoning them for a long.

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"cognitive disorders" Discussed on 1380 The Pulse

1380 The Pulse

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"cognitive disorders" Discussed on 1380 The Pulse

"So when we last left the george w bush speech he was insulting me and you and millions of other americans if you voted for trump because you wanted stronger borders because we've somehow forgotten the dynamism that immigrants braying come on man i love and appreciate everything legal immigration has done to make our country great that is a slam it's a straw man argument it's an insult it's beneath you sir i'm so love you admire you but this is what the never trump mental illness does this is what the cognitive disorders her of trump hatred dust of people for it its sexually your sense of humor for one it sucks the way a lot of your decency in another in terms of you you then begin lying not just about the president but about the millions of people who voted for or just a miracle water reality star could grief what an insult let everyone know you should read active people accordingly not by slapping them or anything but simply by within the rules of etiquette saying excuse me he you realize what you are saying about millions of people right you realize the spurs and you were casting on the motivation be just because trump was your guy or maybe kick your brothers but the primaries or something like that but president bush continued we see it fading confidence in the value of free markets and international gray forgetting it conflict instability in poverty follow in the wake of protectionism we've seen the return of isolationist sentiments forgetting that american security is directly threatened who's beating isis right now i'm sorry denied that i miss something that i necessarily be isis right now that i that i miss locka falling back into the hands of.

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"cognitive disorders" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"cognitive disorders" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Global community and the united states the us whose malunga noxious just unpredictable with aung have you given up for the moment on trying to establish better relations with the trump administration to try and dial back the rhetoric uh vetted i believe the trump administration is closing its eyes on the realities of our region on it's getting into a quagmire that would harm us national interests uncle tom because of the significance of the united states as a global player with harm our reach puberty it would be important for the united states for the trump administration to exercise if we soon in its cognitive disorders with you've got two of each quite such huge implications for everything from iran's economy to its national security you know at all eyes in the iranian government are now six on the us congress john palmer forests in tehran thanks list we turn now to south carolina republican senator lindsey graham senator let's start with the iran questions the move to congress i are there enough votes there to get this amendment to the iran deal now now i hope so i'd hate to be a democrat defending the sunset clause under this agreement after fifteen years the iranians can do anything in they warning terms enrichment and reprocessing it doesn't matter if that are still the largest statesponsored terrorism it doesn't matter if they're building icbms with death to israel alone on the weapon uh under mere passage it's time that they can do whatever they want to within richmond annick democrats gonna have a hard time just fine uh denying inspections of military base aces here's what here's how they would justify it they would say that in fact lee sunset provision are stacked so that they can't move right to a nuclear weapon and that if they started to have their inspectors in there watching and the international community would be on him right away whereas what the president is offering is getting out of an agreement that was worked with patiently with the international final community and actually is a step backwards the president ran on the idea this is a bad deal for american he won he's fulfilling a campaign promises is a terrible deal for american the region the arabs don't like it is rallies don't like it you're wrong about the sunset clause with all due respect there is no limitation on centrifuge uh uh reprocessing and enrichment there is no requirement that they stop marching toward.

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"cognitive disorders" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"cognitive disorders" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Yeah it turns out watching to simply to episodes of game of thrones killed the people can kill you if you're sitting on a sofa watching two hourlong episodes each day and i would say that that's a small amount of tv for most people if you watch two hours of tv a day on your couch you have rate increase risk of inflammatory related death oh by fifty four percent now that is no small number and i will say inflammatory related death means that you will burst into flames on your couch snow actually what it does mean though is dementia parkinson's and diabetes in particular will are you have a fifty four percent higher risk of parkinson's dementia and diabetes if you're sitting on the couch watching tv for two hours a day that this is all fall is based on research done at the baker heartened diabetes institute in melbourne australia they found these results after studying people watching a bunch of dumpty i have a bunch of questions yeah 'cause i'm just trying to protect myself here is this like on average or like you know what i mean i averaged two hours a day okay so like if we if it's ben like fourteen hours told all your dying a you i mean yeah if you're on average looking at the tv on your couch for two hours a day on average you have a fifty four percent increase in inflammatory related death okay can you on do any damage that has been done say there was a time i'm of my life or refer to them as the dark days where i may be did that but i'm not i'm all better now and maybe i don't do that as much can i do that stuff that idols though i don't know but i will say that it according to scientists if you don't clear out your inflammation and a half things around his head he cleared out task when paul tro we think this longterm and low level inflammation is actually causing damage to tissues that lead to diabetes lung disease and cognitive disorders like alzheimer's and parkinson's so basically too much tv can kill.

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