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"david geffen school medicine" Discussed on The Portal
"What are the likely scenarios for how we get it to something where people aren't asking come out of my house yet? I mean obviously at some level it could become normal that everybody shelters plays Ad Infinitum. It could become normal that we just say F and we throw caution to the wind and we all go out to on spring break in Florida. It could be that we come up with some sort of managed titrate where we titrate back into the world but nothing ever goes back to the way it was. What are the most likely scenarios that a competent and honest government would be able to level with us about if that was where we were with a smarter population in Smarter government to boot? So I would say is I think if you it's very there's a great website called in coronavirus dot org by guys out of the Northeast They're affiliated with Harvard And it basically shows that many countries have managed to get the virus. Hunter Control Basically You know through a combination of not just lockdown but Central Quarantine testing Border Control What does it mean to get the virus under control two things? It means number one that daily new cases are either zero or very close to that. And that's by the way the explicit goal of the head of New Zealand just arden. The Prime Minister of Singapore is get new cases zero number one and number two to keep the RT reproduction number Below one in the event that it does arise again And so basically keep it down and have at. Stay down right and for that to happen. You need to have a like not just according to society But a coordinated state you both citing the state to work together. There's some exceptions to this. I'd say Need Hong Kong is arguably a counter example where people say society did up at the state didn't But I think the first thing is it is possible to get the virus under control it is not an inevitability that goes to one hundred percent. I think is important point now. One can counter argue as to okay. How expensive is it to do that? Forever right will these green zones be able to keep themselves green and I kind of think they will or at least many of them will Because once you got an cases down to zero and you're sort of woke to the virus and you've set up your defenses I can get into what those defenses are technologically and societally. Because I don't think people in the west of really followed it too much. Should I talk about that okay? So here's here's just some of the things you might want to talk about green zones. Talk about the. Yeah well let me define it so so. A Green Zone is a place with comprehensive testing. That has no new cases in. Let's say the last two weeks. Okay you could change the time. Primary four weeks something but conceptually. That's right And it also keeps the virus from coming back to the reproduction number stays below one Independent. There is a red zone is everywhere else. And there's degrees of green and red and essentially the new developed world and developing world. I think is going to be green zones and red zones and that is to say talent and capital will prefer to be in green zones and to avoid or get out of red zones if they if it can and the reason for that is several fold I is like the and this premise. Which I'm surprised that I still have to argue it in May but the virus is serious and You know at first you might take a look at the death. Count's of course people would agree it serious a but people will throw various in my view spurious objections. The most I think. Intelligent objection is yes. There's eighty thousand deaths in the US. There's hundreds of thousands worldwide but they're concentrated older people and people with preexisting conditions and therefore You know much of the population is at risk. So at the Mat Lockdown. Go back to work. It's not a big deal for most people. My counter argument to that would basically be alright Other countries lockdown with just one component of what they did it it was it was an important component Cargo lockdown number. Two is the there's a lot of folks We don't know the exact number but there's many folks under age fifty who've had very serious conditions that are not lethal. They're not dead They may not always be hospitalized. But they're serious and You know whether you want to believe w not. Delicious reported like swimming. Nineteen percent of people have a severe or critical condition whereas eighty percent are mild If that maps to the experienced severity that folks You know that that I've seen people I know have had very severe cases. They're not dead. They're not hospitalized. But it's the worst illicit had in their lives have had very long condolescences weeks to months like eight weeks or so permanent on on this right. Are they permanently impaired for example lung? Tishreen ever comes back. Great Question So I tweeted on this March. Actually SARS in. Moore's there are studies. There's a group out of Ucla and I think David Geffen School Medicine Ucla USC the publisher a paper. Saying we need launch toodle monitoring of people who have recovered from covid nineteen to see if they have permanent damage. Because some a good chunk of folks with SARS immersed did So you know the thing about the long-term will only know it in the long term but I do think we should be doing longitudinal studies of patients. We should be quantifying morbidity better not just mortality yes? We need to know debt. Statistics across demographics very important. But we also need to know things like cellphones verity Duration vilnis length of convalescence meaning recovery after illness Self reported recurrence of symptoms And you know then things like CD. Scans like at thirty and sixty and ninety day intervals and other kinds of things do are people getting back? And here's the issue is even if it's just a just in quotes but just a very serious illness which knocks out you know. With some probability healthy thirty and forty year olds for eight weeks or ten weeks. That's something where you know. If if you had a choice you'd avoid an area where you could get that very easily. Your team would avoid Neria. They would not. You're not be able to recruit people to such a city very easily If they had a choice of an equivalent job somewhere else and So what would that does? Is it turns. You know the first thing in real estate from location location location to infection infection infection. It's deeper than that as well. People think Oh you know. End The lockdowns but the lockdowns doesn't by its own. Bring back the market. One way of thinking about it is Earlier made the analogy to an invasion invasion by virus. There's another analogy. I'm going to give in terms of public utility Our society is explicitly premised on electrical power. That is to say you know. There's there's power outlets for for all kinds of stuff and if the power goes out we wouldn't tell people. Oh just bull through it right because you need to charge your computer and you know you can't tell a restaurant. Oh just bowl through. Their oven doesn't work. They're not gonNA be able to serve too many customers. Maybe they can cobble together. But they're operating way below capacity. They won't be able to handle any APPS. Demand will be way down in lots of ways. People won't be able to get there and And won't be able to serve them supply with loss be down and so The the point I'm making is our society is also implicitly. Premised just like it's exponentially premised on power as well as water internet roads. It's implicitly premised on the absence of serious infectious disease from public venues and the thing is that fifty years ago. This was understood to be a big deal that is to say tweeted something on the Conquest Public Health Congress infectious diseases. You know bicentennial review. It was understood that getting you know cholera and malaria and stuff like that under control and turn them into non issues was a massive achievement and That was something that was accused social and technological achievement of coordination even like the banishing of malaria from southern Europe in the southern United States. You know led us to think in terms of malaria cannot be an American problem or in Italian. Yes bingo. That's exactly right. So the the issue is that Power and water are utilities that are noticeable by their presence but public health is noticeable by its absence and so you know just like like an electromagnetic pulse with me in the power has gone out in America. This is like the health is gone out in America. And so what would that means is? You can't just tell a restaurant bull through this okay. Because here's what happens. I like California. Put out these guidelines for in person restaurants how to reopen. I'm choosing restaurants as a working example because many of the things apply there. Okay I these guidelines essentially expect Joe's diner to implement biodefense moat. Okay it's like twelve pages of like the most ridiculous crimes get hand. Sanitizer get this. You can't even buy that stuff or if you can. It's expensive so I is. The restaurants are hit with new guidelines. They're not trained skilled in this kind of thing. They're great at cooking. Food not like sanitizing a a place to deadly virus Number two is. It's a new tax on them because they buy all the equipment and train their workers number three because of social distancing they have to space tables out so they have less revenue that was the opposite of a crowded restaurant right Number four off. They have fewer customers because half their customer base or whatever fraction basically like having uncontrolled virus means. Hey I'm risking at every time. I walked down and This is something that the folks who are arguing. Oh the virus isn't that bad because the mortality rates. You know it's not killing. Fifty percent of people in my argument is okay. Yeah sure relative to death you can say anything is not a big deal. Death is worse worst outcome right but relative to a cup of coffee or a slice of cheesecake or whatever at the local cafe Ten weeks of serious illness is not something that you want to casually risk for that. Say M- you know yes. Okay you can argue. The virus isn't as bad as dying fine. But it's also you know this consumer benefit you're offering is not as good as the risk of you know where it is in the middle right and and so one of conceptualizing that is. I'm not just like a economic Determinist by any means but for those people who are in the language of economics okay. Let's say that the virus would you know on on average do ten thousand dollars damage to you For example puts you out of work for that many weeks. You're make fifty thousand dollars a year puts you out of work for ten weeks okay. So let's say it does ten thousand dollars damage in the event of a serious case And you have a five percent chance of getting the virus and a thirty percent chance conditional on getting the virus having serious case in the cost. You Ten thousand dollars for ten weeks of sickness okay. That is Five percent thirty percent. Ten thousand one hundred fifty dollar cost that is now being imposed on every interaction. That has a chance of getting the virus right. And that's not worth it for many kinds of things and I'm not seeing. The people calculate that numerically and explicitly but implicitly. I think that that is going to be a tax on a lot of economic behavior. That many weeks you're make fifty thousand dollars a year puts you out of work for ten weeks okay. So let's say it does ten thousand dollars damage in the event of a serious case and you have a five percent chance of getting the virus and a thirty percent chance conditional.
"david geffen school medicine" Discussed on 710 WOR
"The Bronx and queens, and Long Island Manhattan, New Jersey, they're all taking part and Florida now because we're having the Memorial Day, special, I could speak about any product. So I'm going to start off talking about green tea. Very interestingly green tea lowers the risk of breast cancer, and green tea built strong bones and away at those this it's connected. It's actually connected. So there's a number and number a great number of studies showing that green tea lowers the risk of breast cancer by about nineteen or twenty percent. That's actually pretty darn good. When you consider how many women are at risk of breast cancer. It does this by inhibiting rankle apparently rankle is a growth factor. And it goes to the rank receptor sites RAM K and interacts with a woman's hormone progesterone to build breast tissue. After menopause. That's not supposed to happen anymore. So women would too thick of breast tissue too. Too much density depressed tissue. They're at high risk of breast cancer. So one of the ways that the researchers feel green tea is lowering the risk of breast cancer by inhibiting rank and rankle. And if you do that, then progesterone cannot feel the growth of breast tissue and cannot feel the growth of breast cancer. But that's the same way green tea is helping with bone strength. When you're young osteo Protagoras on builds bone and rankle breaks down Vaughn, and there's a balance, you're replacing all broken down bonus being removed would healthy thick scoring bone. That's being produced. The problem is, as you grow older osteo protection activity declines, you're not building as much bone, but rankle still is very active and you're still removing the same amount of bone. So you're removing the bone quicker than you're replaceable. And this leads to bone disease, brittle bone disease, osteoporosis, or it's lesser version called osteo Pena, but don't be fooled by that. There's still an increased risk of a fracture would osteo Pena and people have dangerous, fractures, like a broken spine or a broken hip related to this. So the wait at green tea builds Bom is by inhibiting rankle, and stimulating osteo protection, s restoring the by slowing down removal of bone and speeding up the building of bone green tea is lowering the risk of hip, fractures, and building strong bones. So here's an actual study, proving what I'm saying as from the journal nutrition research. Dale looking at sixteen studies that combine data from one hundred and thirty nine thousand people sixteen studies hundred and thirty nine thousand people consumption of green tea is associated with increased bone mineral density. This is a meta analysis of the highest level of evidence that something either works or doesn't work. Assist a statistically significant twenty three percent reduction and fracturing, ask that that is strong. So by the same way that green tea is building bone and older people. It's also reducing the risk of breast cancer. Now, when you look at the data green tea also adds to the effects of exercise. This is cool. There's at least twenty studies. I have right now, some of them are from the university of Georgia. Some of them are from the university of Texas. And a show that when you Ed green tea to exercise they've done this and older men, they've done this and athletes, they've done. Nissim postmenopausal older. Women when you Ed green tea to exercise, you get more out of the exercise, what happens as we grow older and the starts to happen at, in our in our late thirties, early forties, muscle repair pathway, slowdown. That's one reason why as you grow older healing slows down. So as you grow older to muscle repair pathways map kinase pathways, get blocked. Green tea rescues the muscle building pathways, just like green tea helps build strong bone and reduce the risk of hip fracture by about twenty percent. Green tea adds to the effects of exercise what they found a new studies from the university of Texas and university of Georgia and other academic research, institutions. If you do green tea and conjunction with exercise, you get a lot more a significantly statistically significantly greater impact from the exercise it meant something it really meant something you had thicker bones. You gain more strength and more muscle, you burn more fat, and you got your sugar under better control. It's all good because all these things go or re with age, they all become a problem with age, so green tea does lessen the impact of aging, and this becomes important in our forties, and fifties. Not just in the seventies and eighties. And many studies show older people what more power all the people more strength. All the people at a great equipped string. They survived him. They stay healthier longer. It's really good. Green tea does a lot of good things. Also, green tea has powerful evidence that it lowers the risk for prostate cancer, and maybe even helps treat it the treatment studies came out of the university of California UCLA, the David Geffen school medicine on a similar study came out of LSU, Louisiana state university down in New Orleans, one of my favorite places on the planet. It was meant diagnosed with prostate cancer when they gave them green tea capsules, concentrated green tea. They were going to remove the prostates surgically within about a month when they gave them the green tea over three four five weeks. And then they removed the prostate cancer, they removed a prostates they found out the cancer was suffering the cancer was getting inhibited. It was getting broken down. The cats were shrinking a little bit. The cells were dying coming undernourished. It was blocking the cancer from becoming more aggressive and many other studies men at high risk of prostate cancer that Oaklawn to develop prostate cancer is frequently laugh rinsed, is a condition called high grade ten. Prosthetic enter epithelial, neoplasia and high-grade pen, the prostate cells were already mutated, they're already damaged. So it's easy for them to go into the cancer process, and generally about thirty to thirty five percent of men, what high-grade pen will develop prostate cancer pretty quickly. And two different studies when I gave men with high-grade pen, a concentrated green tea capsule at strongly blocked the process of going into prostate cancer, far, fewer men, devel- prostate cancer. So I know it has an impact against making bone. We, it has an impact on building bone on preventing a hip fracture. I know it has an impact on building muscle. That's important because we lose muscle as we age. I know it has an impact on reducing the risk of prostate cancer. And I know it has an impact on reducing the risk of breast cancer and has real physiological reasons why this happens, okay? Let's move on. We have to green tea products on.
"david geffen school medicine" Discussed on 710 WOR
"They eliminate the those studies the only two things that gave persistent joint pain release. It wasn't the WPRO fin wasn't the naproxen. It wasn't. Any of those drugs. It was only solid Cox. And glucose swimming. But the only one that retained its effectiveness over a long time over a year was glucose from and why they said costuming sulfate remained associated with a significant standardized mean difference of pain. At reduced pain. Let me do it a mess. Seventy one percent it reduced pain. All over a year. Glucose Amine out of all the drugs out of all these studies glucose Amine was the only thing that persistently reduced pain after a year why because it was preventing joint space, narrowing. And they said it was with with glucose Amine. There was a significant improvement and physical function of the joint. A sixty eight percent improved function. So a seventy one percent reduction in pain over years. A sixty eight percent improvement and joint function. And a fifty eight percent. Reduction and joint space, narrowing. In other words, glucose Amine out of all the drugs glucose Amine was the only thing that was preventing the joint from getting worse and worse the drugs any of the drugs did not have that capability. And by the way to customer of a safe. It was effective. It was reducing pain improving the function of the joint reducing stiffness and preventing that you are in from deteriorating. Only supplements have been shown to prevent the breakdown of joint cartilage drugs. Do not do it. That's an important thing. So even if you wanna stay on the drug you need to add a glucose Xuming supplements. But here's the thing. They're saying pharmaceutical grade glucose, I mean, when you go into these big stores where they have twenty seven different costuming products. They're not pharmaceutical great. In fact, some of them are are actually rubbish. They're actually rubbish. Our glucose Android from invite is pharmaceutical grade at matches the quality for human clinical trials where glucose Shamin strongly reduced pain strongly. Reduced greatly improved the function of the joint chic get back on the golf course or on the tennis court or whatever you're doing and was preventing the joint from further erosion. So if you're on Advil or Aleve or celebrates the joint will still breakdown, you're just feeling better. Temporarily. Eventually, they're not gonna work then I'm going to work because the joint has totally decayed and the bone on bone pain. So here's a couple of recent studies on glucose Shamin or controlling or both of them together. This one is unbelievable as from a razzmatazz medical school. Asmus medical center and university of Liege which would be in Belgium, arouse MRs in the Netherlands and a school of medicine in Milan. I've never been Milan. I love Italy. I have to get them along. That's an journal seminars arthritis and rheumatism and they're looking at all the white women. Four hundred and seven women between the age of fifty to sixty then he was fine. But they were overweight. What's the number one? Cause of arthritis in women. It's not a sports injury. It's being overweight. That's the number one cause. 'cause it puts a lot of pressure on the knee when you're walking and that destroys the knee cartilage. So it's four hundred seven all the white women. There were given glucose means sulfate. Or placebo. Every day for two and a half years every day for two and a half years. It reduced the risk of developing authorities by fifty nine percent. So not only does glucose Shamin treat arthritis and reduce pain and improve knee function. Like it improves the range of motion. How much you could bend Uni without paying every Tusa stiffness. Not only does it treat authorize not only does prevent further decay of the joint cartilage, but it also prevents arth rightous. And that's the first study I've seen like that. But it's a very well. Balanced nonbiased. Well, powered studied there's plenty of women four hundred seven women it was for two and a half years. It was plenty of time. That's a really good study. So his another one. This is the David Geffen school of medicine. So that's UCLA de department of Rheumatology and immunology and they're using. They're seeing of glucose remain really mean something. So they're saying the European society for osteoporosis, and osteoarthritis recommends using glucose Amine and writing before using drugs. David Geffen school of medicine at UCLA goes on to say numerous studies are published on the use of these nutrients. They go on to say what a significant reduction of over fifty percent and cost. Healthcare consolidations and examinations over twelve months. In other words, giving the patients glucose conjoint. They didn't need to pay for the expensive prescription drugs. They didn't need to pay for the Advil and Aleve. Cut their medical costs by fifty percent, Costa knee pain was gone away. And it oh listen to this though. Now, this is the David Geffen school medicine at UCLA. Treatment with glucose chairman and controlling pharmaceutical grade for at least one year Leach to worry and the need for joint replacement. Did you hear that? Using glucose Sherman and conjoined for one year reduced the need for joint replacement over the following five years. So it had a lasting good impact on the health of the knee. Now, that's the David Geffen school of medicine. His annals of rheumatic diseases at university of Sydney in Australia. At six hundred five people a chronic knee pain, a two year long study. So this once again, a well powered study, plenty of people plenty of time giving glucose Amine and contrite prevented a loss of cartilage in their knee. So not only does it treat the pain stiffness and restore function of the me at prevents the knee from getting worse Advil Aleve. Motrin any of them. They don't prevent the knee from getting worse and worse. So eventually they're gonna fail you because the pain will be so bad. They're not gonna work anymore. But the glucose men and Conroy and keep on working and over the two year study, and people would arthritic knees was preventing the from getting worse. It was preventing further loss of joint cartilage..
"david geffen school medicine" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"They belong in your brain belong in your memory. They belong in all of your brain. And they belong all of your body. But the level of them declines with age. So when you take a supplement your counter-balancing that you're just putting them back in the body. It's kind of like the same thing we do to help prevent I disease is when we give people Lieutenant zinc will putting him back in the eyeball. Well, here we're putting alcohol with LA back in your heart back in your liver back in your kidneys back in you Pancras back in your muscles back in your blood vessel walls, and especially and in your nerves back in your nurse. But especially beca to your brain. So here's people being treated for hepatitis c virus? And people at appetite ac- virus does a lot of fatigue does elevated liver enzymes elevated levels of the virus. And as. Not just absenteeism, but present absentee, and as a means, you're missing work present. He is a means you show up at work. But you can't get anything done because you're so exhausted. This is the university of Catania in Italy. I have to get back to Italy Italy is so incredible Italy if you haven't been Italy you need to get Italy. And if you just have a short amount of time go. Goshi Florence Goshi Venice angle she Rome, you could do that in a week. It's amazing. Okay. Yeah. This is the journal hepatitis monthly, and it's people with chronic hepatitis hepatitis C and gave them Al car along with their drugs, and it really helped it helped their mental fatigue their physical fatigue. It lower deliver. It lowered the level of the virus. I mean, this stuff is real at help would present. He is and absenteeism. Here's another one. The European journal neuro psychopharmacology that should be a spelling bee word the the European journal and neuro psychopharmacology at south university of Rome, it's eighty elderly people with severe depression. They gave them either Prozac, which is flow, Oxycontin or alcohol. Okay. Al car worked as well. As the Prozac, but it started to work much earlier and it worked differently at work by restoring metabolism and energy levels to the brain. And and and reduce the inflammation in the brain. And reduction of death of brain cells alcohol worked as well. As a major entity depression. Accepted started making your fatigue that made you energetic. Except it worked within one week instead of one one month to six weeks. I don't work better. The study just showing it worked better. Now, they're connecting three diseases to a lack of Al car before. I go to that. There's a nursing journal. I don't have it in front of me. I have to dig it up. It's an American nursing journal down in North Carolina. And it's an American nursing school down in Chapel Hill. And they looked at the hundred most common diseases of Americans like diabetes, Alzheimer's arthritis, every disease. That involved fatigue lacked to supplements every disease every single disease and Americans that had an element of fatigue lacked to supplements. Ubiquonol and Al car that was the common thread ubiquitous and Alker allowed to fatigued diseases. So. Three diseases are directly related to a drop in Alkmaar function Parkinson's disease. Alzheimer's disease. And diabetes. And don't forget to a degree Alzheimer's disease is diabetes of the brain. Alzheimer's disease is sort of diabetes at a break to bring can't you sugar anymore for energy? So here's the Faroe Islands wit is a very high engines of Parkinson's what's caused you. While they found some of them. They just had a genetic predisposition, but all the others that should never have developed Parkinson's. They lacked Al Qar function. Now, this is UCLA university of California, Los Angeles, the David Geffen school of medicine department. Raji David Geffen school medicine department Raji at UCLA, it's an journal neuroscience, so lacking Al car allowed Parkinson's disease to occur that occurs in the back of the brain. It's movement shorter. So here's major depressive disorder. I'm showing you that our car globally for the brain is excellent proceedings of the National Academy of sciences. That's Rockefeller University in New York. Their neuro into chronology department. The Sackler institute for psycho biology at Weill Cornell Medical school while Cornell Medical school of courses as Columbia University division of medical genetics Duke University school of medicine. The mood and anxiety disorders programme department of psychiatry. I can't school of medicine at Mount Sinai and a whole bunch of other Stanford University Stanford you come on in Palo Alto the center for neuroscience and women's health. And they found out that Al car is.