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"crohn disease" Discussed on NFL Live
"Bad or good. Let's find out. This is roses and thorns. All right, time for everyone's favorite Fox surf and favorite part of the show. And we got a super secret surprise. This actually not really a secret, but it is a surprise coming later. That'll be pretty fun. And this episode. But anyway, roses and thorns, hey, I don't know what else to do. You don't know what it is? Okay, I think I do. I don't know. I mean, okay, well, maybe it's a surprise for you too. So we might want to speed through your roses and thorns for me. So we can get to the good one. Okay. So just jump right in. First of all, happy new year, everybody. Yes, it's a new you didn't say that. Oh no, you probably said it earlier in this video. Yeah, this is at the end of the podcast so I'm hoping that I'll be happy new year and all that stuff. But you can tell what happy new year. Happy new year, happy 2023. I'm hoping for a great year for all of you and for us. At home. Okay, so roses. So this feels like such an abrupt just dive in. We haven't even done these and like three weeks. Gosh. I already, I just caught myself and I was about to say, you want some foreplay, but then you would have got mad at me and made a funny face. So I'm already doing better in 2023. Look at you. Making inappropriate jokes and just telling you about the inappropriate jokes that I could have made. Look at you, thank you. You're still getting the jokes out though. Okay, roses are so I have Crohn's disease, which is like a chronic autoimmune disease in my stomach. That's a thorn. I mean, you're saying it's a thorn about me? No, I mean, in your life, Crohn's disease is not a thorn? Okay. Yes, I thought she was saying like a thorn about me is that I have actually. Okay, don't even start dummy. Crohn's disease. Never mind. Go ahead. I was obese as a child and suddenly lost weight and look like unhealthily skinny. Right before high school. And then after that, I was never obese again, but my weight will fluctuate kind of with like, am I doctor, I'm like, oh, you're
CoinDesk Podcast Network
$1.7M in Bitcoin Tied to QuadrigaCX Reawakens After Years of Dormancy
"All right, so here's a story about quadra CX. The founder died under mysterious circumstances. It was kind of a scam at some point. Many of the funds that were locked on quadriga were inaccessible. It's been a protracted bankruptcy proceeding up in Canada and after years of a lot of these funds being mistakenly sent to a wallet that was not controlled by EY, which was administering the bankruptcy after years of silence from these wallets. A few days ago, a hundred Bitcoin moved from them. Suggesting that someone else controls these wallets and they aren't the cold wallets as initially advertised by EY when they made this pronouncement that oopsie, they sent it to these wallets, we don't control. So someone controls these wallets, they're sending Bitcoin. It's going through mixers. This is like $1.6 million. This is not nothing. And at the very least, it's a reminder of the crazy story of quadriga, CX, wills, history, corner, hit it. Before I get going before I get going, shout to Nicolas day, who's been covering this for coin desk for quite some time. Shout out to Nick day. Gori's reporting quadri CX, probably the best out there. The history part of this is what happened to Gerald cotton. Supposedly he died, I believe in 2019 from Crohn's disease in India. He was running the exchange in Canada, there became some questions about the financial solvency of the place. Then everyone was looking into the financials itself and things were just like messed up. There was no controls in place. There was no good accounting, and ten looks like FTX all over again. But this was back in 2019, right? For a lot less money, it was about $200 million went missing thousands of Canadian customers and Gerald Colton just disappeared and supposedly died in India from Crohn's disease, even going so far as having his body exhumed from Indian and being confirmed by Indian officials. But as you said, Zack, the intrigue here is that this Bitcoin address supposedly could only be moved by Gerald cotton himself. So is he alive or is he not alive and someone else has the ability to control these Bitcoin wallets? That is the question here and yes, it's some perfect intrigue going into Christmas and I love this because we need a distraction from everything else that is happening in crypto. We needed this right now.
"crohn disease" Discussed on WTOP
"It's time to let that voice inside your head be heard Urgent diarrhea and chronic stomach pain can be signs of Crohn's disease or ulcerative colitis the Crohn's and colitis foundation can help you learn more and even find a specialist Don't keep your symptoms to yourself Get help at spill your guts dot org News in the D.C. area can change rapidly from one minute to the next Break it all down and go beyond the headlines with DMV download The new podcast from WTO news I'm Megan cloherty And I'm Luke Garrett Weekday afternoons here from WTO reporters and guests as we unpack the top stories of the day in the D.C. area The DMV download podcast from WTO P news Listen rape and leave us a review Available now on all podcast platforms presented by steam fitters local 6 O two Serving part time in the army National Guard has led to a lot of firsts for me I paid for me to be the first person in my family to go to school That education got me to the first day at my dream job which I can still hold while I serve part time That job and the home loan benefits I got from the army National Guard helped me buy my first House I also know that I will be one of the first to respond if my community ever needs me Sponsored by the Maryland army National Guard aired by the Maryland D.C. Delaware broadcasters association of this station Get the top news of the day straight to your inbox Sign up for WTO ps breaking news email alerts Go to WTO dot com slash alerts Traffic and weather on the 8s to.
Beauty IQ Uncensored
"crohn disease" Discussed on Beauty IQ Uncensored
"Warning that you're going to get spoilers. Watch the ultimatum on Netflix and then we can discuss together. All right. Well, what's on today's episode Joe? So today we actually have someone from TikTok fame. You might have seen Harrison catford on TikTok talking about Crohn's disease and then we're also talking to doctor Lisa chimes. I'm just going to, I'm not going to spoil what that interview is, but if you know who doctor Lisa chimes is, it won't be a surprise, but I'll.
Borne the Battle
"crohn disease" Discussed on Borne the Battle
"Is a three year community based grant program that will provide financial assistance to eligible entities to provide or coordinate the provision of suicide prevention services for eligible individuals and their families. VA anticipates publishing a notice of funding opportunity in April with instructions on how to apply for a grant under the program. For more information on this, go to mental health dot VA dot gov slash SSG Fox hyphen grants. All right, last one says for immediate release, the Department of Veterans Affairs encourages veterans affected by inflammatory bowel diseases to access a new website that raises awareness of Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis..
The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee
"crohn disease" Discussed on The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee
"And I can't recall exactly how long the trial was. I think it was 8 weeks. We saw that the beyond group actually lowered their dropped a little bit of weight and then they lowered their LDL cholesterol compared to the organic group suggesting a lower risk of cardiovascular disease as well. So the data although limited that we do have on these mock meat products, even some of the higher saturated fat ones like a beyond meat product, actually suggest benefit if you're swapping from the animal products to meet over to those. It always depends on what you're comparing to, though. That's the most important question in nutrition is compared to what. And my final point on this is, look, if there are vegan bodybuilders, who are like three times as big Doc as you and I put together all muscles, then that tells you everything that you need to know. Those people do exist and they are enormous and they are super strong and they eat carbs by the way. So let's move on and put the focus for number four here on our vegan myth list on a specific nutrient. And this is an interesting one. Iron. You hear about this sometimes with a plant based diet, maybe there's the belief that if you're eating exclusively plants, you're not going to be able to get enough iron because where does iron come from? Well, it comes from me. It comes from liver. It comes from animal products, but when somebody tells you that, what would your rebuttal be? So if we look at developed countries, we actually don't typically see a difference in iron deficiency rates amongst savings vegetarians or meat eaters. They tend to be really similar. And there's a few reasons for that. So for one, if you eat plant based iron or non heme iron with vitamin C, which bell peppers, broccoli, citrus fruits. You can actually really increase the absorption of that iron. Also, if your iron stores are low, you boost your absorption of non heme iron or plant iron. If your stores are topped up where they should be, then you decrease absorption. So you really regulate that. So if you're on the low end and you add vitamin C to the mix, you can boost your absorption to your roughly around what you get with key iron from animal products anyway. The nice thing is it prevents you and in a lot of cases from getting too high with your iron intake, which can also be or your iron status, I should say, which can also be a negative and increase your risk of certain diseases. Now heme iron that you get from animal products sure it's very consistently absorbed. It has a pretty narrow range of the percentage that's absorbed. But it's also associated with an increased risk of several diseases such as type two diabetes, certain cancers, even cardiovascular disease. So it's not something we want to be getting too much of in our diet or in a lot of cases like we did. We got zero and just focus on the plant sources. Of course, if you are deficient in higher, and especially if you're anemic, then yeah, supplementation could be a great strategy for boosting values as well. There's nothing wrong with that. Like I said, iron is the number one nutrient efficiency in the world. And I think a lot of people could benefit from that. But it's not something that we need to necessarily worry about unless it is a problem, which you can find out with blood testing, how you're feeling, are you fatigued? And so on. But I would not think at all that it is a vegan specific problem. But if you look at data and say developing nations, you will sometimes see that those eating vegetarian diets might be at higher risk than those eating. Omnivorous diets, but that largely has to do with overall diet quality, not just because they're plant based per se. Correct me if I'm wrong, but eating vitamin C with the non heme iron, that improves absorption, doesn't it? Yeah, yeah, I just mentioned that. It's like your bell peppers, citrus fruits, broccoli, all really good for trying to boost absorption or some people even take a vitamin C supplement to boost that. There you go. That's important. I just wanted to follow up on that because it gets him. And by the way, that's so easy to do. If you have a bunch of greens and you're doing the salad thing, just take either like a lemon and squeeze that over the top or you can take an orange and squeeze that over the top and boom. There you go. There's your vitamin C if you're not a fan of the peppers. It's really easy to do. And your practice, how frequently do you encounter patients who have iron deficiency? That's the funny thing. So I get a lot of people coming in, especially women of menstruating age where it's the highest risk. And they'll tell me their iron deficient, and then I'll look at their labs and they aren't. So I think some standards, not necessarily by the medical community, but some standards for iron levels that you'll see especially in the online blogosphere as we call it. They're ridiculous. They'll be telling women you need to have a hundred micrograms per liter for your ferritin or your deficient, which is just absurd by that standard almost a 100% of menstruating women are going to be deficient. You need to have realistic standards. They need to look at blood count, see, are they anemic? Is their hemoglobin okay? You need to look at the full picture as well as the symptoms. So I see a lot of people who think they're art efficient and a handful of them truly are, but I don't think it's as common amongst that group as they tend to think. And isn't supplementing with that high of a level of iron, doesn't that present its own risks? I believe that that's been tied to cognitive decline in older people. Well, yeah, so elevated ferritin levels, even though that's technically in the normal range, but once you get up to those levels a hundred and above, your risk of certain diseases does go up. Now I haven't looked so much at the cognitive side but definitely for things like cardiovascular disease type two diabetes and so on, we do see a higher risk there. So yeah, it could even be considered dangerous advice to tell people to supplement, especially high doses once they're already way up there with their values. All right. And last but not least, because it just keeps coming up and every single myth showed that we do and people want exclusive shows on this very topic. We can't do a myth list Doc without also talking about soy. You mentioned it when we were talking about protein and how it does contain a lot there, but soy is thought of as the devil in a lot of circles. It's like one of the least healthy things you can eat in the entire world. You'd be better off eating a triple whopper. But what is the truth about soy? Yeah, so soy gets a bad rap because it contains isoflavones. These are compounds. They're also known as phytoestrogens. And I think that's the word that gets people phytoestrogen thinking it's estrogen going to act like estrogen. And these phytoestrogens are about one 1000th the strength of our own body's estrogens. But they mimic estrogen in structure in certain ways. So they can bind to some of the same receptors. Now, with that, you know, some people, they always get to promote my breast cancer skin promote breast cancer because it's going to bind to the receptors in the breast tissue and recap it. But that's not really how it works. These, as I mentioned, phytoestrogens are very weak compared to our own estrogens. And they also bind to specific receptors. They actually select for specific receptors that can have different impacts in different parts of the body. So in breast tissue, for example, these beta receptors, they can actually have.
Acupuncture is my Life
"crohn disease" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life
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"crohn disease" Discussed on TuneInPOC
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"crohn disease" Discussed on Healthcare360
"Here we are episode ninety nine one more before the big milestone for us here at healthcare. Three sixty this podcast. My wife and i discussed collective takeaways from episodes ninety ninety eight give inside the healthcare three six next chapter as we prepare for the one hundred. Oh and be ready for a lot of energy as youngest daughter. Allie pops into join us for the fine. You the healthcare three sixty. Let me be the first to welcome you in. Thanks for stopping by curious about some of our best in class sponsored affiliates which is rupe rans inland water. Juan black oxygen organics and core. Three sixty cab inflammation of crohn's disease cardiovascular issues. Dark bags in your eyes. Lobeck concerns even stiffness of the hips. Take a minute and check.
"crohn disease" Discussed on KTOK
"At K T okay dot com. Use radio 1000 Katie, Okay, Oklahoma's first news. Oh, I'm Jeremy Schapp. I have Crohn's disease, Crones and Politis Foundation of America's Take Steps Walk Program is dedicated to raising funds and awareness to come back Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis to find walk side near you. Visit www dot cc takes steps dot org. Sean Hannity. Weekday afternoons at to live on news radio 1000. Katie. Okay, Oklahoma's first news coming Tuesday. I feel better, even my old my looks good. Wednesday. Just thought where they go to. Writing member city be with my guest. She's so pretty. She looks trying tonight. Some decide to me. I spend my friend tonight Leave my hand. I got to get to know They have Friday on my mind. Premiere.
Nutrition Facts with Dr. Greger
"crohn disease" Discussed on Nutrition Facts with Dr. Greger
"To baker's brewers and nutritionally east baker's yeast in crohn's disease can kill you. well that's an inflammatory title. no pun intended. crohn's disease is an inflammatory. Bowel disease might baker's yeast. Which is the same used as brewer's yeast which is the same used as nutritional. Yeast play a role in crohn's disease. It all started with this study published in nineteen eighty-eight showing the people with crohn's disease tend to have more antibodies to yeast than people without crohn's disease. Antibodies are like homing devices are immune system makes to attack foreign invaders. That's one part of our immune system another is cell mediated immunity were white blood cells attack invaders directly and the same hypersensitive reaction to yeast was found in the white blood cells of crohn's disease patients as well. If you draw blood from healthy people even bakers who were around yeast all the time and you expose their peripheral blood leukocyte their immune system white blood cells to yeast. Nothing happens is kind of ignore it because typically harmless but do the same thing with crohn's disease patients and their white blood cells. Go crazy now. When i say typically harmless if you have cancer or aids or immuno-compromised you could potentially get infected from home brewed beer or probiotic east supplements but they don't think the yeast is actually infecting crohn's patients people with crohn's may just be hypersensitive to exposure to the inactive dead yeast and typical food products which may help explain. Why when you rest their bowels. When you make cronin's patients fast. They get better in fact that's why we add yeast extracts and proteins to vaccines as an event in irritant like aluminum to make the vaccines work better by heightening the immune response but might that'd be raising the risk of autoimmune disease boosting our immune response a little too much especially in people who may be genetically susceptible like with krones and the greater the anti yeast response though more severe the disease in both children and maybe adults too so maybe we should try a yeast free diet for crohn's patients and see if they get better but wait a second just because anti antibodies are associated with crohn's disease doesn't mean the reaction to yeast is causing the crohn's disease. Maybe the crohn's disease is causing the reaction to yeast. What think about it krones causes an inflamed leaky gut so maybe the krones came first allowing yeast particles to leak into the bloodstream resulting in the anti reaction so instead of the yeast reaction triggering the krones. Maybe the krones just triggers the east reaction whether the antibodies are actually triggering inflammatory bowel disease or only consequences of gut. Inflammation remained elusive. So how could we test it well. If anti standbys are just a consequence of food particles leaking through the gut. Crohn's patients should have antibodies to all sorts of common foods but no higher anti yeast. Antibodies in crohn's disease compared to controls but no greater reaction in crohn's patients to milk wieder egg proteins which would presumably all.
Nutrition Facts with Dr. Greger
"crohn disease" Discussed on Nutrition Facts with Dr. Greger
"The benefits of fiber on the maintenance of the intestinal tract barrier function. Crohn's disease is an autoimmune disorder that affects more than a million americans inflammatory bowel disease. Which body attacks your own intestines. There's probably no cure for crohn's disease in current research focuses on just controlling symptoms. There's no definitive medical or surgical therapy. In fact the best we have is a more plant based died which is afforded the best result in relapse prevention to date. They got the idea to try because diets rich in animal protein. Animal fat haven't found to cause a decrease in beneficial bacteria in the intestine and so they designed this semi vegetarian diet to counter that and one hundred percent stayed in remission the first year and ninety two percent the second year. These results are far better than those obtained by current drugs including these new so biological agents that can cost forty thousand dollars a year and cause side effects like progressive multi focal lugo encephalopathy disabling deadly brain disease whereas the diet doesn't cost forty k. And what what. The worst that can happen. Maybe get green stuck in your teeth or something and diet appears to work better. What about preventing crohn's disease in the first place a systematic review of the scientific literature on darter intake into risk of developing inflammatory bowel disease from that high intakes of fats. Meat was associated with increased risk of crohn's disease as well as all sort of colitis whereas high fiber and fruit intakes were associated with decreased. Risk of crohn's. This was supported more recently by the harvard. Nurses health psych three million person. Years of data revealed that long-term term intake of dietary fiber particularly from fruit was associated with lower risk of crohn's disease women who fell to the highest long-term fiber consumption group had a forty percent reduced risk leading the accompanying twirled included advocating for high fiber died may ultimately reduced the incidence of crohn's disease. The irony is that the highest fiber group wasn't even reaching the official recommended daily minimum of fiber intake but even just being less fiber deficient as a wide range of benefits including evidently a significant reduction in risk of developing crohn's disease but why the author suggests it's because fiber appears to play a vital role in the maintenance of our intestinal barrier function. Our skin keeps the outside world out and so does the lining of our gut. But in crohn's disease this barrier function is impaired. You can see it under an electron microscope. The tight junctions between the intestinal cells have all sorts of little holes. Breaks the thought. Is that the increase in prevalence of inflammatory bowel disease. Maybe the dietary changes lead to the breakdown of our intestinal barrier potentially allowing the penetration of bacteria into our gut wall which are body than attacks. Triggering the inflammation. We know fiber axes a prebiotic and our colon large intestine feeding are good bacteria. But what is fiber doing. Our small intestine work krones often starts. We didn't know until this glenn mark study was published to one to find out what could stop this krones associated invasive bacteria from tunneling into the gut wall. They found that. The invasion is inhabited by the presence of certain soluble plant fibers such as from plantations and broccoli at the kinds of concentrates as one might expect from just eating them. They wonder if that makes plain white plantation. Loving populations have lower levels of inflammatory bowel disease..
Nutrition Facts with Dr. Greger
"crohn disease" Discussed on Nutrition Facts with Dr. Greger
"You ever wonder if the food you eat is a direct effect on your health. Well being and longevity well. I'm here to end that mystery. You are the food you eat. Welcome to the nutrition facts. Podcast i'm your host dr michael gregor today. We do the math on a condition we got. I'm e d and if we didn't call it that it would have to go by. Its longer more embarrassing. Name inflammatory bowel disease. Did you know that. Switching to a plant based diet has been shown to achieve far better outcomes than those reported on conventional treatments for both crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis. Let's look at the facts important to our understanding and prevention global increasing phlegm tour bowel disease. We know that dietary fiber piercer reduce risk worth dietary fat and protein and sugar may increase risk despite the recognition of the westernization of lifestyles. A major driver of the growing incidence of inflammatory ballots. These countermeasures against us lifestyle. Changes have been recommended except the patients with crohn's zeeshan smoke. Look we know. Consuming whole plan is synonymous with an anti inflammatory died. So how 'bout putting a plan based diet to the test just cutting down on reading process meet. Didn't work vote about cutting down on only eight twenty five year old guy diagnosed with crohn's disease but failed to enter clinical remission despite standard medical therapy but efforts wishing to die based exclusively on grains legos like beans chickpeas lentils vegetables and fruits. He entered clinical remission without the need for medication and showed no signs of crohn's disease follow.
Nutrition Facts with Dr. Greger
Can a Plant Based Diet Help Inflammatory Bowel Disease?
"We do the math on a condition we got. I'm e d and if we didn't call it that it would have to go by. Its longer more embarrassing. Name inflammatory bowel disease. Did you know that. Switching to a plant based diet has been shown to achieve far better outcomes than those reported on conventional treatments for both crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis. Let's look at the facts important to our understanding and prevention global increasing phlegm tour bowel disease. We know that dietary fiber piercer reduce risk worth dietary fat and protein and sugar may increase risk despite the recognition of the westernization of lifestyles. A major driver of the growing incidence of inflammatory ballots. These countermeasures against us lifestyle. Changes have been recommended except the patients with crohn's zeeshan smoke. Look we know. Consuming whole plan is synonymous with an anti inflammatory died. So how 'bout putting a plan based diet to the test just cutting down on reading process meet. Didn't work vote about cutting down on only eight twenty five year old guy diagnosed with crohn's disease but failed to enter clinical remission despite standard medical therapy but efforts wishing to die based exclusively on grains legos like beans chickpeas lentils vegetables and fruits. He entered clinical remission without the need for medication and showed no signs of crohn's disease follow.
The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous
"crohn disease" Discussed on The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous
"Maybe a more helpful. Visualization the kinds of diagrams. We might see online. Where you actually see little pieces of cupcake floating around in your bloodstream. Because it's snuck through the the barrier. So do we know what causes this situation. What might give rise to intestinal permeability things but you know the science and the research into intestinal permeability is still really at its infancy. So there's some stuff we know and a lot more that we don't quite now so one of the known causes of increased intestinal permeability is sort of an acute back infection food poisoning or like a really bad bout of Bacterial infections or something called c diff which some people get in a hospital or certain strains of e. coli toxin from contaminated food or water. And so if you have sort of an acute. Bacterial infection of the gut from traveler's diarrhea or food poisoning certain bacterial toxins can caused increased intestinal permeability. So that's one pretty well established 'cause As far as other causes you know scientists are still trying to understand cause and effect so we see increased intestinal permeability associated with other types of diseases for example crohn's disease which is a type of inflammatory bowel. Disease we also see it in association with adebayo syndrome and with celia disease. But it's not clear whether those diseases caused the intestinal permeability or are caused by it and so the direction of that relationship is not really well understood quite yet so to say that a poor diet might cause intestinal permeability or that just eating foods that contain gluten. If you don't have ceac disease that that's going to lead to intestinal permeability. Sounds like that's a little bit of an exaggeration from what we know. I mean it's an interesting theory but there's no evidence to support that theory yet. So what kind of symptoms might we expect to experience if we're suffering from intestinal permeability. Maybe we had one of these bacterial infections or we suffer from one of those digestive diseases and we actually do have some increased permeability. What would we feel. What were the symptoms of that be. So it's not clear that the permeability itself actually causes any symptoms. And the reason. I say that is because when scientists are studying this for example when they know that there's a population of people with crohn's disease who have increased intestinal permeability. They've actually looked at first degree relatives of these people with crohn's disease we know are at increased genetic risk of developing the condition and scientists have looked at groups of these people and seeing that some of them are completely healthy. No symptoms don't have active crohn's disease do have intestinal permeability. They're walking around with it. Maybe they've been walking around with it for ten years and they're fine so it doesn't seem from what we know right now. The permeability itself is causing any kind of symptoms. What we do understand. Is that some of the medical conditions that are associated with the permeability. Do cause symptoms whether it's active crohn's disease or active seal eac disease or case of eligible bowel syndrome. Those conditions can cause a host of symptoms Depending on the condition right crohn's disease can cause diarrhea abdominal pain similar situation with ibs Seal eac disease can cause nutrient deficiencies and mal..
"crohn disease" Discussed on Exit Scam
"And sports that matter to you. That's a u. d. a. c. y. Jennifer robertson was all alone. Seven thousand miles from home was december eighth twenty eighteen and she was in jaipur india. Her husband gerald cotton had just died from complications of crohn's disease a weakened of their honeymoon. So jen left the hospital. She spent the night alone in her hotel room in the morning. She began the long trip. Home to canada with jerry's coffin She chartered a plane. Flew the casket to new delhi from. There's you took a fifteen hour flight to toronto and then finally another flight home to halifax on the way. She sent an email to the staff of the orphanage. The she and jerry had donated money to help bill. They'd planned to be there for the grand opening but now she wouldn't make this is what she wrote. And as before. This isn't jen's voice. Jerry passed away. He was a really beautiful human being. I am heartbroken but trying to stay strong for him so at the age of thirty after being married for only a few months. Jen was a widow earliest. She was acting like.
"crohn disease" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride
"And be k. On the chiefs. And i think it was in an earlier episode became. We talked about the players who were missing camp who had been there who had been participating in not as as they're moving to mandatory minicamp and some of those were clyde edwards helaire. Frank clark was one trevor ward won and finally scientists tender this week but clyde is back and now that we see the tinder signed from various probably should citrusy see him back if he's not already there but what the hell is going on with frank. Clark frank clark is still not in attendance at ota's. And i i don't understand it. I am befuddled by designer one of the big storylines at practice. This week is that the chiefs have a really high level participation. and andy. Reid really proud of that right. He's really proud of the fact that they've got a lot of guys that are there because he views this as being super important young so i practice earlier today. The thursdays were recording. This on thursday at practice. Andy was asked about it and he was asking. What do you attribute that to. Why do you have so many guys that are coming to camp. And he said it's because of the leadership we've got really good leaders in a because of our leaders. A lot of the other guys are following. Why would have considered frank clark to be one of those leaders. I still consider frankly. Frank lenzi citizens of to be one of those leaders he absolutely does and when you're one of those leaders one of the things that you're asked to do with this organization is to show up at voluntary and i put that in quotes because it ain't a whole lot of voluntary going on with andy reads ota's to show up to voluntary oj's and for him not to be there. When you've got chris jones transitioning to defensive in where he should be learning from a lark. That's really disappointing. To me man. And may again. As i said last week. Maybe there's a great reason as to why he's not there. Maybe we're going to hear about this next week. When i got mandatory minicamps going on he'll show walk Hey i've been getting my work. And i feel like i've got whatever i don't know what the explanation or excuse is going to be but in better be a good one because this is really disappointing for one of your leaders to not be there. I mean what could they excuse be. I just everybody else's theater. Andy is god bless. His heart is on a cane and he's walking in those air force. One on a cane struggling. His dogs are barking his ankles. I don't know if it's a meniscus. The outside portion of the knee. I'm not sure. I don't know what it is but andy's out here on a on a cane pets coming back from surgery where the hill or you frame like. I like this does makes no sense to me. You're in an alternate purposes also purposes in a contract year. Where you'll ask can be gone if you don't produce and it isn't just start with like right now. This could be assigned. This ain't the type of do that. We need to have your this certainly the type of do that. We need to be investing big money in if he's not gonna take apart the leadership role of this. I mean you talk about chris. Jones could be learning from him. I'd like to see taco charlton. Pick up things from him alone from other guys across the defense of line. Jarran reed his former teammate s. A place with chemistry there. I i don't understand it. I it is it. You're right maybe there is a maybe a family situation. I'm not sure you never know what is going on. But man like this. Just doesn't make sense for what he views himself as the team. Because i think now. I don't view this view in this way but i think that nut thinks he is right there with mahomes. He's right there with a tyra. Matthew is he thinks he's right there in terms of the voices of this team but i know it. He's he said publicly. that have used himself as him. In dire the matthews. Excuse me as the leaders on the defense side of the ball with mahomes homes being a leader on the opposite side of the ball. Now i think everybody else goes about business. Making frank thinks think he believes he's up there because of things like this. If you were up there with them you be there. Just like those guys are like you would be there. And that's why like i. it is his. It doesn't make any sense at all like iran. I would have a lot more. I would have a lot more understanding of tyrod. Matthew was the guy that wasn't there because matthew has a contract situation he's trying to get it. He's trying to get an extension so he wasn't there and it was a contract dispute natural was going on. I don't know if the like it. But i get it that makes sense to me. There's not even a contract explanation as to why this would be the case for frank. He doesn't have a monetary. Excuse either frank sat here playing games. Fourteen that's not playing games. This is a team. That is hell-bent don't trying to to to to avenge whatever that was with the buccaneers last year frank. Scott stomach problems and doesn't have stomach problem. He does every aries. Got stomach problems. Could he be crohn's disease amount of china. Fake make fun of people who have crohn's disease if that's it serious. That is cool for you to just throw that out there objects when you say stomach problems. Crime to go ahead and push myself away from which is just pete davidson. Also has crohn's disease addison's commercial that he could take that product therefore him. I'm sure the who's the trainer again. What's it rick burkholder. He can give him something hooking up with that. I don't know where is he..
CLEANING UP THE MENTAL MESS with Dr. Caroline Leaf
A Fathers Journey to Understand & Heal After His Childs Suicide
"Jason. Welcome to my podcast. I am very very honored to talk to you today. About such an important topic and how you have gone through such a such an issue. Such a mess of thing in how you've turned the surrounding your life to help others so before we start people put a little bit of actual bio but can you just tell us a little bit about who you all what you do why you and then we can dive into a story to talk about this incredible incredibly important topic of teen suicide and what we can do. Doctors really appreciate you having me on here today. It's a very. It's a tough topic for so many people. It's not an easy topic for me either bees. I've actually unfortunate. Lived through the death of son and i think it's important after losing ryan go back to the story. He was he just turned fourteen years of age and my wife and i were on vacation. Celebrate your birthday. It was three years ago. In this march he'd literally turned fourteen and ten days later decided to take his life. And i didn't see a Signs we didn't know there's any wrong with ryan we knew the ride had crohn's disease. We knew ryan was a little grumpy but we had three other older kids. They were all happy and he was like least frumpy how i could see it and we did not know what he was struggling with. And i didn't ask. That's the the biggest thing that i wanna get across the parents of doing. What i'm doing is because if you take the look at the life we lead haiti life. At least from my perspective. He had a good life. I'm yeah we don't have a lot of issues. A great family life. He lived in a nice setting. I've been able to provide very well for my family and he wasn't needing anything he had friends. He was the class clown he was all. Those things done little challenges but i did not realize what he was struggling with inside because i never asked how he was doing
Mayo Clinic Q&A
"crohn disease" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Q&A
"Coming up on mayoclinic. Qna actually quite a common disease if you take a look at all forms of planetary balances. Both crohn's disease and all sorts of colitis. The incidents has actually been increasing right now. There is no cure for. Ib but treatment can help. Control the symptoms therapies can include drugs surgery even artificial intelligence. There is tremendous enthusiasm and optimism in the research community. I think a lot of partnership between industry and academia. I think that the future is bright for. This disease is therapies better. that's my hope anyway. Welcome everyone to mayo clinic q. And eight. I'm dr sanjay. Kaka inflammatory bowel disease or ib is an umbrella. Term used to describe chronic inflammation of your digestive tract. Some of the common types of ibd include ulcerative colitis and crohn's disease while i be usually isn't fatal. It's a debilitating disease that can lead to life threatening complications if left untreated joining us to discuss this. Today's inflammatory bowel disease expert of mayo clinic. Got to bill faubion. Thanks for joining us today. Doctor phobia thank you very much my pleasure to be here so we're talking about. Ib to in. Can you tell us how common this actually is. So it's actually quite a common disease if you take a look at at all comers all forms of inflammatory bowel disease crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis. The incidents has actually been increasing and the most recent estimates would be that as many as depending on where you live in what region the world you live. As many as one and two hundred and fifty to one and three hundred people may be affected with an inflammatory bowel disease The the most recent numbers emerging also from Canada for example Shows the incidents continued. Increase me the number of new cases every year so the incidents continuing to increase and that increase actually largest in young patients so This is still an emerging public health problem but the short answer is is depending on where you live. Maybe maybe as many as one of three hundred people affected.
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"crohn disease" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life
"You or a loved one can benefit so many ways in which you will loved one can benefit but like i said again download. The app will play store. Follow us. Because i i really don't recommend taking that route from we understand that kid suffer from disorders such as epilepsy crohn's disease. We treat crohn's disease. In children adults all types of auto immune disorders all types of auto immune disorders. I know here at the acupunctures. My life clinic. We don't we don't Another concern nor i feel huge. Concern is the psychoactive ingredient in this in medical marijuana. What.
Destigmatizing Crohns With Clare Surette
"All right. Well claire. welcome to the woman. I'm so excited to have this conversation and very happy that you reached out to me in my dams yet. Thank you very much for having me excited clerk. Tommy a little bit about yourself. What led you kind of to the to the crohn's diagnosis. They got your symptoms. So i started getting sick right when i turned seventeen which i'm twenty five now. So eight years ago. It was around christmas time and as gang stomach aches and just a lot of intestinal issues. And i figured you know. It's the holidays on e. l. oughta swedes. It's probably just from that. It'll go away but Christmas came and went new years and months went on and it just got worse and going to the doctors. Every week blood tests all the time they couldn't figure it out until they finally four months later Sent me to gastroenterologist. And first time i saw him. He says rare doing a colonoscopy tomorrow. Something's wrong we need to figure out what's going on inevitably led to the diagnosis Were you frustrated at all that it took that long to just kinda get to get an answer like that to to do a diagnostic test. Like that or is very frustrating. I feel like the not knowing can make it even worse because you're dwelling on that and it's causing all this anxiety and i feel like i was really relieved when i finally was like okay. This has a name. We can do something but i had never even heard a crowns until before this. I didn't realize the road ahead of me what who would really entail. I thought okay. It has a name now. we can treat it. We're done yeah definitely. It was not the case. No i mean. I was just looking up to some more like fax and stuff is is what they krones pertains to in females and i read that fifty percent of women with crohn's disease are under the age of thirty five at the time of diagnosis. So yeah i couldn't really find anything about. Teenagers is much. But do you know the numbers on that at all. I don't know the numbers. I know when i first got sick and i've found that from what i've read. Most people get diagnosed either in the teams or in like early mid thirties around there. I believe l. But when i first got sick my doctors at the time social media was what it is today and the only resource. They could really give me was. Here's this book that this man wrote who like a middle aged man and his journey with groans. I thought okay. That's great. I respect but he's gone through a seminary night school girl. Yeah my told me how to deal with my prom. Dress amoud without fainting in Where i'm getting done and just like to do my soccer game like things. It wasn't relatable. And so i knew from then that i didn't know how but i wanted to somehow use my life my story to reach out just to help someone feel less alone because everyone i've talked to if it comes up in conversation and i say oh i have krones they always say oh my cousin has it or someone i know has it. So this prevalent then. Why aren't we talking about it more. Yeah and why wearing there more resources you know. That's what when you had reached out to me. I looked at your profile. And i was like. You're like a shining low beacon of light you know q. In this krones world. And i was just so impressed by you. Not only like you know. You have an austin money. You have beautiful photos in you know in bikinis sporting near to me and just like here is about us. Female who is taking back the narrative of krones. Thank you. i appreciate that. Yeah the awesome me. I've only had that for about ten months now. So it's still not brand new but still fairly new battle came about just when i started krones. My doctor mentioned like we can go through treatments or we can. There's a surgery option and at the time again because it's not talked about much my in my mind just thought a bag is a colostomy which that's it which is not the case i learned. There's ilyasova measor. Which is what. I have and luke an end in all different versions some can be reversed but anyway i went. I wanted to do work on taking medications. Because i wanted to avoid the bag. I don't know cost right through. How many years. Once i transitioned over to an adult. gi who. he's absolutely amazing. Him and his team at mass general in boston are incredible. But i had gone through every. Fda approved medication for crowns that was available and melt them all. And just whatever was going on with my case. Things just weren't working out. I wanna say twenty eighteen. Things started to really go downhill in my junior year of college and things i can tell things were getting worse and we just constantly trying whatever medications were left and just was not working
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The Ins and Outs of Elimination Diets
"I question let's keep it super basic as always elimination diets. What is the idea you behind doing an elimination diet? I'm going to say on the word. Elimination it's not to help you go to the bathroom. It's not that kind of elimination. So ideally the process of eliminating foods is I have susie. It's done with the supervision and and assistance of a medical professional and that it's safe and reliable so you determine food allergies and intolerances. That's the idea. I know that many the people on their own just temporarily scrapping what the down to the bare minimum and trying to eat clean and detox. Or what have you so. The basic basic premise is that by removing potentially offending foods and beverages and spices. Whatever you put in your mouth you're starting with a clean slate? And then the handful full of items that are safe you can begin adding them back or a type of food and for a few days see which items prompt the symptoms to reappear. Okay is who would benefit from this kind of diet is it. I would everyone. Are there people that don't need to worry about this diet. Surprised in in in looking at it that it's not just food allergies which I think we're going to get into but also there's so. There are different names of specific elimination diets. Hunch the autoimmune protocol and the Gut Psychology Syndrome Diet and the specific carbohydrate diet so I think it would be very targeted. has to whom it's going to apply to such as so the autoimmune protocol well that sounds more applicable to someone say with rheumatoid arthritis someone with that kind of condition that they have to manage on the other hand. There's the whole thirty that we've mentioned in a previous podcast. And you can kind kind of think of that challenges and Elimination Diet too. Because you're committing describing things for a period of time and it it does have a reintroduction face to kind of understand this little. Is this kind of what obviously to young children now. Is this kind of what we do with young children where you start introducing them to foods and you kind of you're like okay. I'm GonNa give him something with peanut butter and you're going to see how they do for a week or two hit the nail on the head. Zakariya weaning them off from breast milk or formula. It's what you do with solid food. It's like okay. We'll try rice. Cereal do that for a few days. Canal will try a little bit of green beans. Try that for the weekend and you just do like one in food at a time and make sure that they don't have an allergic response so it's very similar to solid food interaction with interesting and just a little tidbit it For Gloria out there. Today you tried mango for the first time. So and you get okay. Well how how long do you typically have to wait to gauge to see whether you're intolerant allergic is a pretty quickly or is it like you introduce a food and then you kinda gotta wait. Wait a couple of weeks before you move onto the next one. Well I thought it would be days or weeks and everybody's system and sensitivity is different so I asked a colleague and Jenny ask you a balanced alands fitness and nutrition in Georgia. said that client should feel better in ten days if they've eliminated the right foods so she runs blood. Work to create a customized plan. And so that way you know she can see exactly that they're getting the right items out and usually she says about fifty percent improvement in symptoms in the first two weeks which is kind of market? You know if you're gonNA commit to doing something he says and it Kinda go you want to be able to see that benefit right. Okay so I feel like for kids. It's easy to you know. Bricks slowly introducing them to new things that they've never had before but to eliminate something from our diet and then slowly reintroduce it. How is that on our digest? Is this some kind of a different game. Plan there so I would say that overall on the contrary most elimination diets. It's our intended to relieve gastrointestinal issues. Bloating gas so that's what the gap diet that Gut Psychology Syndrome Diet. Why it would do? But I've also heard from some people that say initially you know if they're doing the extreme elimination phase that they can get stomach aches from their extreme hunger so you could get a short term negative and then if you're eliminating certain foods you could get constipated just as as if you're replacing other foods with something you don't normally eat so much of raw vegetables runs. It's an adjustment period. And so what are some of the typical reasons people we kind of. You mentioned some used the elimination diet. I mean I've definitely heard allergies. That's one of the big ones is. You're trying to find out what you're tolerant too. But I've also heard. Is it like pain like maybe. That's another reason to to inflammation so again. Another one of my colleagues so Tammy Broderick of have healthy feet nutrition in southern California told me that elimination diets helped break. The cycle of chronic inflammation. So Gluten. Dairy sugar could could be the top three food offenders and gluten in particular is now being tied to like leaky Gut Syndrome but mother inflammatory suits could be soy and corn oil. Processed meats needs fried food. Alcohol Sodas and I didn't know that because I know in Allergies Brittany. The big eight are the common ones like egg and tree nuts peanuts peanuts wheat. Soy Milk fish shellfish those are the ones that typically have to be on a label knowledge statement. But they're all these other things can affect planet pain and inflammation as well. This time of day it would really help somebody who has maybe say like Crohn's disease or is like has it is or just finding out and finding a way to Yeah I. I won't even touch those because I'm not the digestive an expert so I'm going to Pass on that one but I know there's a lot of autoimmune Kinda in that realm exactly so it helps it helps you find what works best for your body and it's kind of like just to reiterate what I think we mentioned before but like this is meant to. You're not eliminating like one food food at a time and seeing if you feel better not eating it you're laminating several and then reintroducing them and seeing how you react once you reintroduce them catch food reintroduced is basically a challenge and so you're looking to see those adverse reactions in a few days which is where the commitment that consistency and logging in a diary you know comes in so you can't do this half half way you can't do it willy. Nilly or while you're trying to travel and have all these you you have to pay attention and so it's like. Oh well if I I feel heartburn or I feel this you know that it wasn't from stress or it wasn't from You know crazy sleep that you had or whatever so you're just really paying attention to each food and your good and your system and your anything your skin Dan.
Recreational marijuana drives down synthetic opioid deaths by a THIRD, study claims
"Let's talk about the issue that has worked to get the some Democrats and Republicans across this country and it is the legalization first of medical marijuana and then in some states it actually propelled itself to the legalization of the recreational use of marijuana through initiative and referendum and man the effect that it's having a pretty amazing there is new research out that says recreational we'd use could lead to a twenty to thirty five percent down turn in the number of opioid deaths that's it that's incredible I could see that twenty to thirty five percent I could see that because remember I had the personal experience two times in my life of having to use pain killers to ward off to us I mean numbing pain they just wouldn't leave it so after I got shot with the five hollowpoint bullets on the orders of the gadis to the Gambino said the back in that cabin June in nineteen ninety two I was on morphine for quite some time without that it just would have been unbearable unbearable and yet you because you could dispense the morphine into yourself you had a little quicker next you head to bed you a basically kept pumping a pump in it a you can like a vegetable you weren't interested in anything you know how I love to follow the news and sports I was interested in what is going on in the world long was this on and off for about two years while because I went in for two different operations of first one had no choice at save my life but then I had to have reverse a reversal operation you know to get rid of the colostomy bag and some of the other procedures that they took and I got to tell you what that is that was worse than the first operation because you knew you were going to get it and it was painful so I had a deal with the morphine effect and then weaning myself off the morphine but worst was when I was diagnosed with Crohn's disease have to having colitis and Ely ideas the pain was just nonstop day in day out they had me on oxy code own hillbilly heroin then they had me on morphine then they had me on fentanyl fentanyl ten times stronger than morphine himself and I must tell you that it wasn't until I was able to qualify for medical marijuana that I found something that not only I was able to deal with my knowledge of my reflux it had a calming effect and more importantly it did eventually deal with the pain yeah and you're not the only person obviously who says this which is why there have been there's really been a change I mean even even judge Jeanine Pirro is now involved in the medical marijuana world I think she's on she's on some advisory board yeah so I mean this is a you know it's it's becoming a lot more prevalent in today's society and for people like you I mean you were able to wean yourself off of the other stuff and get on the medical then general one was in the city it I mean I goals who cold Turkey sometimes and I was just like old man your body is just cycle wracked in pain you keep feeding yourself because a lot of the times issue prescription says take two a day one in the morning one in night but you start self medicate yeah and you do get you fork and it does feel great and then you want to feel like that all the time and then it's like pain in place well the pain is enormous and then all of a sudden you have this plagiarized effect but that goes away quickly you need more and you're talking about you're talking about medical legalize medical marijuana so these opioid they did this study the university of Massachusetts in it they analyzed opioid overdose deaths and the number of deaths fell in states where they had the legalize medical or recreational marijuana the effects were great as listen to this one where when recreational marijuana access gave more people access to dispensaries so the more dispensaries the higher the chances are you will not have it's like when you half your hunt for a seven eleven the more seven elevens the more times you can get your fix this for picture right the less seven elevens and all of a sudden you have the junk no I make a lot of sense if you have these legal outlets where they sell the recreational use of marijuana which means is quality control the state and the local community to making some money on the taxes and you taking it either the hands of the black market that makes all the sense in the world now where are most of the dispensers I mean I know for instance in California you can get them there in Venice Venice is a kind of a it's a highfalutin California California is way ahead of us in making it not only easy to access but invisible locations still in New York state out of sight out of mind in New Jersey it's getting better on the Murphy but a lot of its out of sight out of mind it's gonna be a lob rate the way any other business would be a lot right but don't aren't there more of these legal dispensaries and sort of the rougher neighborhoods predominantly the USA would like that because remember a lot of towns villages him borough say okay we're not opposed to legalization of the recreational use of marijuana just not on our town yeah exactly so the poorer communities say okay we'll house that is long as we get a bigger cut of the tax dollars so that's I guess I mean I guess that's a good thing because a they'll get the cut but H. B. they'll also have all of these medical of all these dispensary it like for instance dad over good access Denver's best known because you can go on the main drag Colfax and the state capital is right here the cathedral is right they have lots of commerce lots of activity and you see these marijuana shops but then you'll see it also in some industrialized areas where wow it's not globally around other than factories and wooden you know pallets in a waiting for trucks to come pick it up and they seem to do well and to me it's sort of like if we can help get people off of the opioid switch to solve problems such as some people to shake at such a killer
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529 - Is Leaky Gut a Legitimate Diagnosis?
"Intestinal permeability or what people like to refer to as leaky gut refers to an abnormal amount of flow of stuff from inside the gut between the cells of the gut, and so to understand what it really is. You have to understand that your guts main function, in terms of digestion and nutrition is to serve as a very selective barrier. Your intestine is a barrier from the outside world to the inside world. So that everything from the outside doesn't just willy nilly flow, into our body. Right. Don't forget. We've got trillions of bacteria living in there. They need to stay there and not have access into our bloodstream. And so the gut has a really important. Dear function. Okay. The main way that things get from the outside world of the gut to the inside world of the body is actually through the cells of the gut themselves. Okay. So the cells of our gut, they're called and terra sites. And they can allow all sorts of food proteins, vitamins and minerals in nutrition into the body, very selectively through the cells themselves. And that's the primary way that things from the outside world, come in, but there's a secondary channel, and that is in between the cells. And so if you picture, these sills kind of lined up in a column like soldiers standing tightly shoulder to shoulder, there's a little bit of room for some water for some sodium for some teensy-weensy. Little sugars to kind of flow in between the shoulders of these cells standing like soldier shoulder to shoulder, and that is between the cells, and that is normal. Okay. That's called Paris cellular transport, and that's normal as well. Intestinal permeability or leaky nece refers to a situation. Where more than that normal amount of just a little bit of water or small sugars or sodium starts being able to flow in between those cells. That's what we mean by intestinal permeability now the question is what actually happens when more than just that small normal amount of stuff flows through? There is a second barrier of defense at the base of those cells because your body isn't just going to let anything flow through, if it makes it through, just come on in. So there's a second line of defense, and that's your immune system. There's all sorts of immune cells. White blood cells kind of standing at the base of those channels at the ready as a second line of defense. And so if small fragments of bacteria or bacterial toxins, or larger food molecules or food proteins, that don't really belong there if they kind of flow through those power cellular, or between sell channels, the interact with those white blood cells, those immune cells, and it produces an immune reaction, which can cross some loc-. Michael inflammation within the gut. That's a great explanation. And I think it gives us maybe a more helpful visualization than the kinds of diagrams. We might see online where you actually see little pieces of cupcake floating around in your bloodstream, because it snuck through the the barrier. So do we know what causes the situation, what might give rise to intestinal permeability? So we know a few of the things, but, you know, the science and the research into intestinal permeability is still really at its infancy. So there's some stuff we know in a lot more that we don't quite now. So one of the known causes of increased intestinal permeability is sort of an acute bacterial infection, food poisoning or like a really bad, bout of bacterial infections, or something called c diff which some people get in a hospital or certain strains of E, coli toxin from contaminated food or water. And so if you have sort of an acute bacterial infection of the gut from traveler's diarrhea or food poisoning certain bacterial toxins can cause. Ause increase intestinal permeability, so that's one pretty well established. 'cause as far as other causes, you know, scientists are still trying to understand cause and effect. So we see increased intestinal permeability associated with other types of diseases, for example, Crohn's disease, which is a type of inflammatory bowel disease. We also see it in association with irritable bowel syndrome, and with Celia disease, but it's not clear whether those diseases caused the intestinal permeability or are caused by it. And so the, the direction of that relationship is not really, well understood quite yet.
What to say to someone afraid of vaccinating their kids
"Is the third and final clip. We're gonna share here on curiosity daily from our conversation with virologist, Paul Dupre. He's the director of the center for vaccine research at the university of Pittsburgh and a professor of micro biology and cellular genetics. We had a great conversation with Paul about his latest research and some of the science behind vaccines, and you can actually find our full conversation for free on our patriarch page at patriotair dot com slash curiosity dot com, all spelled out. But right now, we'd like to share what Paul told us or Ashley passed along a question from one of our anonymous listeners, what would you say to someone who isn't sure whether it's a bigger risk to let their kid be unvetted. Rated or to vaccinate their kid, maybe because they're afraid of additives and preservatives, and may be heavy metals are thing that talked about a lot that might be in vaccines. What's all was clear is it's always much more risque to get the disease than it is to get the vaccine it's all was much much safer to be vaccinated than to take the chance of getting the disease. But that's where that's where I have significant sympathies for parents. Because remember the parents are only trying to do the right thing for the kids every partner wants to do the best for their child. So therefore parents. For reassurance. And parents look beyond maybe the CDC website, which gives really good information by high vaccines of helped and move into other parts of the internet were sometimes the level of rigor. Sometimes the fact skittle bit blurred. You know, the most important thing is facts modern all of the science speaks to the fact that vaccines work. And that the government and CDC and clinicians would not be vaccinating PayPal with something which they believed was on safe. I mean, no clinician would do that the clinicians. That's their patients so common. Practice says that safe all of science says it see if it's always more risky to get the disease. There are many additives that have been in vaccines that are no longer in vaccines began even the evidence to suggest that things like mercury in vaccines was a problem. It's very very tenuous. And it certainly peels into insignificance whenever you look at what a one thousand chance of your child. Diane from a disease would be that's a big big difference in risk if you get infected by the natural wild virus in real life. But again, I just totally understand. Why people want to do the right thing? And then it's backed a little bit of the conversation that we have at the start. You know, this is really hard to get what's virus puts vaccine. What does this all mean? People again, it it's difficult for for people who just don't have that concept of what vaccine is more comes from and what sort of sales where did these sales come from? And what Senate and all of these questions of people have? And I think that those are really judgment questions. I think that it's absolutely critical for scientists who work in these viruses for clinicians who vaccinate people with these vaccines to be able to explain them. Why they believe their c-? If why they they believe that the vaccine is is worth taking and why the vaccines based on the evidence from the past. Why vaccines have have have made such a phenomenal contribution? But I think the day is go on of been able to say to people who walk into. Physician's office. I want to vaccinate you and the person has questions and just saying oh well trust me. I'm a doctor just do it with I having a conversation with being able to explain why they're useful. I think that people do deserve answers. But I think that people have to also lesson to those answers from professionals who really have worked on those viruses for years who've vaccinated many many children, and they have to look at the scientific data, which is absolutely conclusive in terms of Maizels not causing autism Maizels not causing Crohn's disease. Measles, not being linked to multiple sclerosis Basil's, not being all these unsubstantiated claims that end up in the literature that are shown to be false. But because they grab hold of people's imaginations, and and people want to do the right things for their kids. They laid to people genuine people have genuine questions. And I think that that's where we have to be ready to explain why we believe that vaccines are important on why vaccines work again, that's where going to sources, which are wrapping -able is. So so important whenever you're you. Don't do your own research for me researches as what we do the laboratory as what we do in terms of the scientific method, but you do find I what has been published looking at other people's research. And again, it's very very clear that vaccines are not causing. What has
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Cryptocurrency investors locked out of $190m after exchange founder dies
"Investors in a Canadian crypto currency exchange. Eat a bit of a bind because the person with the password to accounts value to one hundred ninety million dollars in the US. He died in India in December. The problem is he's the only person that has access to the password. These accounts. It's Quadri gut squad. Riga Quadri get the name of the company. He died of complications of Crohn's disease in December nights, traveling in India to set up an offered on orphanage orphanage, I know how to speak anyway, apparently, he's the only person who has access to the bulk of the crypto currency funds, which means that one hundred fifteen thousand investors could be out there money. Well, that's interesting. Like, there's gotta be a way though, like where where does not well, where's the site that he needs to where does that live like the whoever owns that Citre? Why can't they just like cracking for for the supreme court says that this guy had the only password to the so-called cold-storage accounts a form of savings containing Bitcoin's deposited by one hundred fifteen thousand investors, he left no record of the password security experts consulted by the company have been unable to crack the accounts, according to the publication the filing seeks legal protection from investors while tries to rich. Retrieve the bitcoins. Crypto currency form of digital currency. Overseen by a decentralized network of computers around the world. They must be stored on servers and can be kept in hot wallets for media transactions or cold storage as part of a digital savings account to protect them from hackers. So this guy's got the only password so they can unlock them. Then I guess they just sit there one hundred and ninety million dollars one hundred fifteen thousand people like yo I want my mind, there's got to be a hacker somewhere. Like if you can get into here, you get a million of it. Yeah. How about that? So far. Password. One. Hilarious. Four three. You know, that that's probably the only guy in earth that takes accepted that option on your phone word makes it like super hard like, you know, one capital. A you know what I'm saying? You know, how you can do that? Sometimes we're like it'll automatically set the password, and it's all like, I don't know. He's the guy that did that. Go get his phone. Maybe he like had it saved on his phone. Your phone. Remember all the passwords that simple. If you had the auto fill for your pass.
What Exactly Are Frankincense and Myrrh?
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If you've heard of frankencense and Moore, it's probably thanks to the biblical account of the birth of Jesus. According to the book of Matthew chapter, two wise men. Followed a bright star in the east of Bethlehem to where Jesus had been born and presented him with gifts of gold frankencense and Moore during the Christmas season depictions of this event, Argub it quits in American culture, decorating, churches, and shopping, malls alike. But don't let the shiny tinsel and festive candidates distract you from our question today. What exactly are frankencense and mirror? Both frankencense are derived from tree sap or gum resin and are prized for their lowering fragrances frankencense is a milky white resin extracted from species of the genus bus. We Leah which thrive in arid cool areas of the Arabian peninsula, east Africa and India the finest and most aromatic of the species is bus willia- sacra, a small tree that grows in Somalia, Oman and Yemen, these plants which grow to a height of about. Sixteen feet or five meters have papery bark sparse branches of paired leaves and flowers with white petals and a yellow or red center murder is a reddish resin the comes from species of the genus come four, which are native to northeast Africa. And the adjacent areas of the Arabian peninsula. Come a foreign Mira a tree commonly used in the production of Moore can be found in the shallow. Rocky soils of Ethiopia Kenya. Amman Saudi Arabia and small it boasts shiny branches was sparsely that grow in groups of three and can reach a height of nine feet or about three meters. The process for extracting, the sap of these trees is essentially identical harvesters make a longitudinal cut in the tree's trunk which pierces gun resin reservoirs located within the bark the sap slowly uses out from the cut and drips down the tree forming tear-shaped droplets, they're left to harden on the side of the tree. These beans are collected after two weeks people in east Africa and the Arabian peninsula, had produced frankencense and Merv for some five thousand years for much of this time these. Medic resins were the region's most important commodity with a trade network that reached across Africa, Asia and Europe today. Demand for frankencense and Moore has subsided a bit, but numerous Chinese Greek Latin and sanskrit texts reminders of their past importance frankencense and Moore were desired for personal religious and medicinal use in a time before daily bathing people would use the sweet smoke from the resins to make themselves. Smell better. Egyptian women would mix frankencense ash into their I shadow these substances were also widely used in religious ceremonies and burials, according to the Greek writer here notice Egyptians used both frankencense and myrrh in preparation of animals sacrifices and human mummies Jews incorporated them into their religious ceremonies by the third century, BC and Christians by the fourth century, CE the residents also had medical uses in the papyrus Ebbers from fifteen hundred BC priests recommended both resins for the treatment of wounds other ailments. They were once reported to cure included, hemlock poisoning leprosy were. Terms snake bites? Diarrhea plague scurvy and even bald this the high demand for frankencense and Moore created a booming trade in the Middle East lasting several hundred years in the first century, CE around the height of this trade. Plenty the elder claims that Arabia produced approximately one thousand six hundred eighty tonnes about fifteen hundred metric tonnes a frankencense and around four hundred forty eight tons or four hundred metric tons of mir- each year, one of the most important trade centers surrounded and a waste and modern day. Southern Oman this outpost exported frankencense across best Petya India and China for about three hundred BC e to the third century. See the ruins of the settlement remain as UNESCO world. Heritage site known as the land of frankencense, clearly frankencense and Moore were widely available when the wise men visited the baby Jesus around five BC and would have been considered practical gifts with many uses the expensive resins were symbolic as well. A frankencense which was often burned symbolized prayer rising to the heavens like smoke. While mirror, which was often used in bombing symbolized death. So scholars think that frankencense was presented to the infant Jesus to symbolize his later role as a high priest for believers while Mur symbolized, his later, death and burial frankencense and Moore may not be as popular as they once were. But they're still used today in some ways that you might not expect their common ingredients in modern, perfumes, and cosmetics. Continuing a tradition that's lasted years. Scientists are finding new uses for the substances as well. Recent studies suggest that frankencense or its extracts may help intriguing asthma. Rheumatoid arthritis Crohn's disease, and osteoarthritis researchers have also discovered possible benefits of murder in the treatment of gastric ulcers tumors and parasites. This episode was written by Clint pump free and produced by Tyler claim for more on this and lots of other spicy topics. Visit our home planet. How stuff works dot com. You know, people say necessity is the mother of invention. But that's not always true. Sometimes the mother of invention is advertising. Yeah. Or pure accident. How about ego maniacal delusion? Absolutely. Or just a desperate longing. To be cool. I'm Robert lamb, and I'm Joe McCormick. You're the host of the science podcasts stuff to blow your mind. And now we're branching off into the exploration of invention. Invention is the story of human history told one piece of technology at a time the things we made and how they made us invention publishes every Monday, listen and subscribe to invention on apple podcasts the iheartradio app or wherever
Maryland college student dies of virus that killed 11 kids in N.J.
"In Los Angeles. A Maryland college student has died from a virus that killed eleven children. In New Jersey cases of a dental virus a bug very similar symptoms to the common cold is. Now blamed for the death of university of Maryland freshman, Olivia para goal, her father says the virus caused her to develop a new Monja and she succumbed, but that his daughter also suffered from Crohn's disease and her medication left her
Fred and Angi
Britney Spears exhibits odd behavior with British accent at London show
"I'm never looking at the same again Now the website barstool sports wrote an entire article about peed having butthole is and Arianna, grinding, was quick to defend him saying y'all do, know? This man has an autoimmune disease right like you understand what's? Going on when you do this right just, wanna make sure he has Crohn's disease but may have been. Hasty and blaming his butthole is on So the posts spoke to a gastro and, anthropologist who said there's no direct connection between the two crowns Butthole. Lies in which doctor referred to it
Pete Davidson gets tatoos for Ariana Grande
"Wasn't that funny jack levin lemon no about a year and a half ago i noticed that it dated and go buy if you're on the internet there was a phrase that they would use and it was somebody is rocking something there'd be a picture of somebody and they go there rocking this or they're rocking mega when did this happen how did that happen well an hit about a year and a half two years ago lager go or shorter way longer ago all right it's just started bugging you that others the new one oh really every day you're on the internet somebody is shading somebody else meaning they're saying something bad or the thinking something bad right right but that like find that a year and a half ago that wasn't anywhere and now try to find it they were that doesn't it's not all over the internet so today's is cassie david this is the daughter of larry david who used to be dating pete davidson he is shading pete davidson it says here in his romance with a grenade we talked about this last week about the unlikely pairing of pete davidson and oriented grinding now here's the reason i bring it up he davidson decided even though it's a new relationship that he's going to get two tattoos one a logo that she uses during your show carrier's all the time yeah so he got a logo of that on the back of his neck that wasn't painful positive then also her initials he got i'm sorry when did they start dating to ago one week two weeks to tattoos that's how it goes i was torn between two lovers where is that where are located why are they belong well two of them i know this is the last show on the street need a break i'm just saying what would you be thinking he's thinking friend liquid on cruel he's not doing it for that he he he he no he's got a lot of problems he's got a lot of addictions depression i believe he has some digestive issues like crohn's disease or something he's not in a little bit wacky to begin with his dad died in nine eleven he was a firefighter who went into the building and he was very young at the time he's the youngest member to join snl you'd think i was president of his fan club any other yeah i mean he's just very dishonest got.
Cazzie David, Larry David's writer daughter, throws shade at ex-Pete Davidson
"Tamari ties in with what i'm saying is that sometimes the most important part to us is who said it and we'll agreement if it's somebody like we'll go yeah that's genius but if we don't like them then they will be don't be a dubious good oh don't be ahead don't be a lemming don't be allowing right i love jack lemmon he was really fun isn't that funny gloveman lemon lemming about a year and a half ago i noticed that dated and go by if you're on the internet there was a phrase that they would use and it was somebody is rocking something that'd be a picture somebody and they go there rocking this or they're rocking that mega when did this happen how did every day like about a year and a half two years ago longer or shorter way longer all right it's just started bugging you that others a new one oh really every day you're on the internet somebody is shading somebody else meaning they're saying something bad or they're thinking something bad right right but that like find that a year and a half ago that wasn't anywhere and now try to find a day where that doesn't it's not all over the internet so today's is cassie david this is the daughter of larry david who used to be dating pete davidson she is shading pete davidson it says here in his romance with arianna grenade we talked about this last week about the unlikely pairing of pete davidson and oriented grinding now here's the reason i bring it up he pete davidson decided even though it's a new relationship that he's going to get two tattoos one a logo that she uses during her show on his ears all the time yeah so he got a logo of that on the back of his neck that wasn't painful positive and then also initials he got i'm sorry when did they start dating to ago one week is to two weeks to tattoos that's how it goes i was torn between two lovers where is that where there are located belong well at two of them on i know this is the last show on the street need a break i'm just saying what would you be thinking thinking has gone friend look what i'm cruel he's not doing it for that he he he he no he's got a lot of problems he's got a lot of addictions depression i believe he has some digestive issues like crohn's disease or something he's not in a little bit wacky to begin with his dad died in nine eleven he was a firefighter who went into the building and he was very young at the.