33 Burst results for "Doctor John"
Laguna Woods Shooter Was a China Communists Sympathizer
"Details on the California church shooting Sunday have now come up. Turns out it's a chai calm sympathizer. That's right. A fan of the Chinese Communist Party went and shot up the Geneva Presbyterian Church in laguna Woods. He also brought explosives. It could have been far worse than the one dead and 5 wounded. Doctor John Chang, a physician, is a hero. He ran at him, it took a bullet, doctor Cheng died, but sufficiently disturbed the killer that the other parishioners, including the pastor, were able to hit him with chairs, knock him down, tie him up, take his two guns and not allow him to shut off the explosives.
Dr. Ashish Jha: Remote Learning Has Been a Disaster for America's Kids
"Well there's this clip of audio about remote learning from doctor adish I hope I said that right And Doctor John JH 8 He hits the nail on the head here because remote learning I'm going to venture to say based on my not peer reviewed journal none of that But this is just my anecdotal survey of people I talk to It doesn't work as well for the entire group of people That it's intended to serve Listen to this Meantime we also have this issue with the schools going on right now Parents understandably are having a hard time dealing with remote learning so many parents have to work teachers and others who work at schools are saying but wait a second We're just not sure that it's safe and we don't have the staffing right now because omicron is spreading so widely How do we handle that How do we balance that out Yeah so first of all remote learning has been a disaster for America's kids And I think we have to acknowledge that And we have to do everything we can to minimize any further remote learning Look I understand teachers frustrations a lot of school districts did not put in I did not use the billions of dollars that they had gotten to put in improvements in ventilation and other upgrades So the question is can you still have school in the middle of a surgeon The answer is you can because if people are vaccinated a teacher should be all vaccinated and boosted If people wear high quality masks even without those other upgrades which I would like to see it still is safe for kids and teachers be back in school So I think at this point there's really no good explanation for having remote schools Well there you go That's doctor Jean And I think doctor J J I think he's hitting the nail on the head And I'm going to tell you because you combine that with bad policies even though the CDC has reduced their policies They continue these policies of
The Truth About COVID Vaccines with Dr. Judy Mikovitz
"The earlier part, I want to make sure our audience understands it. So even though if it's a series of viruses introduced by the flu vaccine, has there been research done to actually be able to find the markers of what this is? It's not just the flu vaccine. It's literally every vaccine and see no, I know, but it all seemed to culminate within one year. But then you say it's because of the masking and the fear and the immunosuppression. And the culmination is kill the most vulnerable. Who's being injected? It's a medical racism. Children are getting injected. But the elderly. They're very people with the disease. Again, you've got an emergency use, and the reason I mentioned Ebola is because Doctor John, who is the head of that team of Christians and is from where I'm from and to her, California and leading the healthcare system there. He did two things when he suspected the doctor got infected. And that it was actually contagious Ebola that Tony Fauci and company had been created. So they sent contagious Ebola. What did he give him? He gave him hydroxychloroquine. And saline, a quiet room, prayed for him, prayed for him. The book, the day, sorry, the book called for life by Kent and amber Brantley. That's the Doctor Who got sick. And so we remember the cover up is Tony Fauci and Obama in a plane went to the CDC. This was just when senator posey, I believe a Florida was going to bring to Congress to the Senate and unveil the thousands of pages of documents of the crimes committed in these vaccine programs in the tens of millions of people murdered and injured around the world starting with 8. And that's what the movie plandemic is about. Plandemic shows you the history, and that's why Mickey Willis can elevate films. They called it plandemic and I called it a plandemic because we've witnessed this since HIV aids, where gain of function studies were done to make a virus more deadly and then develop
Doctor of Infectious Diseases speaks on the safety of Coronavirus Vaccines
"About a month or so when the supply of covert vaccine in this country exceeds the demand for vaccinations. Surveys show that about 25% of the people who have not yet been vaccinated or still hesitant to get the shot. Many are skeptical because they believe the vaccine was rushed. The vaccine is safe. The vaccine is incredibly effective. Doctor John Schwartzberg is an expert on infectious diseases at the UC Berkeley School of Public Health Vaccine went through Phase one, Phase two and phase three trials exactly like every other vaccine. It wasn't rushed in terms of its production. A lot of the basic science that needed to be done received a tremendous amount of funding for getting this done very quickly.
APA Study Shows Pandemic Has Led To Weight Gain for Many Americans
"A doctor John. Let's get to this study from the EPA. More Americans gained weight. Then lost, but 61% experienced undesired weight changes. According to this study. The cause of the weight gain is that just overall stress I know it was. It was a tough year, and it still is for many. Well, according to the American Psychological Association. 42% of the curious adults reported underside weight gain with an average gain of £29. They're denying question of the women and 45 men and 45% of human reported on average underside weight gain of £37.22 pounds respectively. Now what could be could be causing this siphon drone locked out has physical challenges do to disruption of daily routines, for example. Many have to deal with unstructured time due to closure of gyms and the creation of centers. Woman rustic, since all had work demands unforeseen hardships and 50 concerts. Many experiences. Experience, less sleep, less physical exercise and more border. Has increased stress level as you mentioned the general uncertainty during the covert 19 pandemic is felt by everyone. Many many common state for this by neighboring more food. Most off the easily available. Cheap packaged foods are made with grains and grain flour products.
Man of the People
"And the story. You're about to hear it takes place in nineteen seventeen but almost everything that happens in. It feels like it could have happened this week. Basically it starts with this young doctor john. Brinkley he's just married the love of his life many and they decided to go find a place where they can just settle down. He's going to be a town doctor and then they set out for kansas because they see an advertisement that says milford kansas population. Three thousand when you doctor. And they're like okay. We'll go west. So they travel west get milford and three thousand was a typo in fact it was population. Three hundred which say it's like the middle of nowhere. There's nobody there. This is penny lane. She's a filmmaker. She made a documentary about john brinkley. Brinkley moved to milford and they set up shop. This elderly farmer named bills. It's worth comes into the office and you know after much hemming hiring kind of manages to spit out his problem. Which is that. He's a flat tire Get it get it you know and finally the brinkley's like oh. You're impotent okay. Gotcha i'm so sorry. We have nothing for that. Like modern medical science has not solved. That problem. I'm very sorry according to brinkley. What happens next is that he and the former get into small talk and they start talking about goats talking about. How goats never seem to be impotent. They're always zero. And the farmer says something to brinkley. That will change his life. he says. Gosh it's too bad. I don't have billy goat nuts and then brinkley laughs. And then after hours of brinkley's saying no i didn't learn that in medical school. That's not how we do. Things that might now work could be dangerous. The farmer infuses to leave until brinkley agrees to try to fix impotence by giving him go testicles. There's the strangest eureka moment so then of course he tries it and it works. It works according to brinkley. Brinkley tells the world that he has created the goat gland cure. Meaning he will take goat testicles. Insert them into your scrotum and you'll be healed and not just of impotence either. He says it'll cure flatulence emphysema stomach cancer. He's got a version for women which he says will cure female infertility. I talked to this redder. Pope brock who wrote a book about brinkley charlton. He said that when patients came to bring you get the surgery it was set up so that the patients would know that they were getting exactly what they paid for right so the patient was it was local anesthetic so that he could be assured that was actually getting the goat and then Many brinkley usually brinkley's wife would do the snipping on the goat. They would bring the goat balls over opened a guy up toss them in so him up and send him out so just to be clear. This surgery is bogus utterly bogus and privately. Brinkley knows this but he's extremely good. Commencing the public that he believes in what he's selling that goat gland surgery really works. It helps that he looks extremely professional. He's got a three piece suit. He's got round glasses. This neat blonde goatee. He's everybody's idea of what a smart doctor looks like. And so they start showing up at the clinic. These nervous guys ready for the surgery their own goats in tau like you bring the you want this just clutched in your arms and your pounding on the door About pretty soon he He got his own heard out back. Because it was you know was a volume business. By that point the patient would come out browse the herd and pick one the the the goat with which he felt the most connection you know whatever. He felt simpatico. That's the good he. He chose lobster at a restaurant exactly exactly exactly so. Business is booming. Brinkley has found a great scheme. Because what happens is there are men who are impotent. Who get the surgery. And because there are evidences psychological diplo cbo effect saves them and they thanked dr brinkley and for the men that it doesn't work on their generally too ashamed to say anything about it so no matter what he wins
Pfizer's Covid-19 vaccine found to be 90% effective
"Promising Corona virus vaccine is from the drug company, Fizer today. The pharmaceutical giant says early data suggests its formulation maybe 90% effective at preventing covert 19 on Lee Barrett. Reports Co 19 vaccine developed by FISA and bio intake prevents 90% of people from getting the virus, according to preliminary analysis. It's being tested on over 43,000 people without safety concerns being raised and could receive emergency approval for use by the end of the month from feature story news in London. I'm Ali Barrett. The announcement does not mean a vaccine is imminent. The interim analysis from independent data monitors looks at 94 infections recorded so far in this study that's enrolled nearly 44,000 people in the U. S. And five other countries. Some participants got the vaccine. Others got the placebo visor caution that the initial protection rate might change by the time the study ends. Even revealing such early data is highly unusual Doctor Jesse Goodman of Georgetown University The former chief of the Food and Drug Administration's vaccine division ticked off many questions still to be answered, including how long the vaccines effects last and whether it protects older people as well as younger ones. Goodman cautioned that even if icers vaccine proves the effect of it's going to be a while before it has a major impact at the population level. The vaccine by Pfizer and this German partner buying tech are among 10 possible vaccine candidates in late stage testing around the world for them so far in huge studies of the U. S. Another U. S company but during a incorporated also has said it hopes to be ableto file an application with the FDA for its vaccine later this month, infectious disease specialist Dr Anthony found, she said the results suggesting 90% effectiveness are just extraordinary. Clinical professor, a marriages of infectious diseases that UC Berkeley School of Public Health Doctor John Schwartzberg called the data from the Visor vaccine stunning. There were there were 94 people. Who got sick and 80 for them were in the group that receive placebo. And only nine who got the vaccine got sick so that that's absolutely Running. Um they're going to continue to trial up to 166. People get sick and they've got 44,000 people in the trial so they should get there pretty quickly, Schwartzberg said. Important questions about the data include whether the results were as positive for older people is younger and across, so she socio economic and ethnic differences. Another is whether the vaccine prevents infection without symptoms as well as the disease itself prevents you from getting infected like, for example, the measles vaccine would do You can't spread it lets you get infected, But it doesn't let you get sick, responsible. The still spread the virus. So these are questions that come out. But still, even if it is 90% effective in preventing us from getting sick, That's a major step forward. Public Citizen, the consumer advocacy group called the relief of the preliminary and incomplete data. Bad science, said that any enthusiasm for the results must be tempered. Until they're reviewed by the FDA in this
I Use Spending to Cope With My Bipolar Disorder
"Is with US and Richmond Virginia Hi Kisha. How are you? I'm well, how are you? Good how can we help? WELL THIS IS A. Doctor John Alley but. I have bipolar disorder among some other things and. Through the years, I've made a lot of bad decisions and mistakes when it comes to money. Probably about five or six years ago I had a really bad episode and I got myself into a lot of guts. and. I'm still digging out of it and. Basically. I know the things I need I should be doing I need to be doing to get out of that I. still have problems with the with my fire polar where impulsive. That makes it hard sometimes but are digging. Taking your medication. I not on anything at the moment. I'm kind of coming off of something describes something new. Okay. Can you working with the psychiatrists right now? Yeah I have to find a new one because my insurance just said, they're not going to cover any more So so you got it bipolar one diagnosis and they're saying they're not gonNA cover anymore. They're not gonNA cover the people were saying okay. Hi somebody new. So that's number one number two. Do you have somebody in your life that helps you be accountable? My boyfriend helps them my mother But I? I am single. I live alone. And I'm asking you. I'm asking you like a boyfriend in a mom. Those are often not great at they're good cheerleaders and they're good neighbours. They're not great accountability Partners D of somebody that you trust that would hold your debit card for you. Decide you have cash. Here's what I'm getting and you've got to set up some boundaries in your life and barriers that make it very challenging for you when you're getting a manic state to do something that you're GonNa have to live with for two three, five, six, seven years. That's what I'm getting. What I'm wanting to know what we need to do. So you need to find somebody probably not a boyfriend are you in a church? and not at the moment. Yeah you've got to find whether it's a church and a pastor whether it is a a bipolar group in your community that's got somebody that y'all can meet with regularly maybe it is your mom but somebody in your life that you can sit down and say, I've got these Eileen this way when I'm having a manic state aniline this way when I'm in a super-low state and I need to set up some guardrails for myself but all this starts quite honestly Kisha you gotta you gotTa Take Your Medication and Vokes with bipolar one are notorious for getting in there and feeling better feeling a bit leveled out and then they quit and think everything's all good and then they. They stop right and they go right back to where they were. So that's my big recommendation to you is get with a psychiatrist asap someone that you trust not this just gonNA dopey up and say, all right going this on your way who's going to talk to you learn about you and then you're gonNA have to get some accountability in your community. That's GonNa, help you when we're about to get off the rails Keisha, your finances, he'll only to the extent you try.
"doctor john" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Organ is one of the science city curates. From Austin, Texas Doctor John Huber joining us on what could be the last Tuesday night cap ever. Although I'm I'm trying to look optimistically at the future and saying yes, there will be more but Dr Hubert will move forward. Definitely. Absolutely. So, Dr Huber. Let me ask you this and I ask you every week. Just because in the last month, Texas has been designated as a hot spot for Cove in 19 Is there? Ah, Is there a lot of terror going on there? Because of the coat, Corona virus and hospitals. You're in hospitals all the time, and I see you beds. They're being overwhelmed. We keep on being told about the record number of cases. What's going on? Are people dying in the streets in Texas? Off covert 19 death rate. The death rate is dropping significantly. Still still dropping. Still dropping. You know, I had a medical issue. You an I told you about last week. I was in the hospital for a couple of days. And I spent almost the whole day sitting in the emergency room, and there were four patients the whole time I was there it and not one of them was Cove it two of them or were drunk cousins who got into a knife fight with each other on DH myself and then two other than the two of the other four were psych patients who are off their medication. There were no code patients who can't be there. There were plenty of bed there. The hospital was actually pretty slow. You don't say that when you're in a hospital. That jinx, you know, you really, You know, you know a lot of this stuff. Most hospitals run at around 80 to 90%. Capacities there. I see you, and they're hot and they're murder. Well, if they don't if they don't, they're losing money, right? Absolutely. Absolutely. So, you know when you hear a nin crease 10 to 13%. My hospital is about 13%. Kobe patients in it both between the two of them think they're each about 13%. You know, all of a sudden that 80 or 85% looks like it's 97% and they haven't opened up in their rooms and in the overflow stuff. We're actually very well prepared for anything that the death rate is going down. And if you compare this between the two previous situations Here in Texas, 12 months, each one out 2018 2019 2019 2020 Both years they had less than 300,000 people were tested for the flu. And in both situations. In 2018 2019 we lost 11,000 people here in the state of Texas to the flute and play 1920 20. We lost 10,000 people. Now that being said we started testing in January, the state of Texas now has tested 2.5 million people for code. Wow, and we only have 3000 people dead. So when you look at those numbers, the reality of it is we're just testing more people now, you know, And, you know, we just got a call from, you know, you call me earlier, and I asked you to give me a few more minutes because we got Several calls like right in the road from people who I've got cove it and like that, and they're all telling us how you know they went home. And three days later, they were getting a clean bill of health. We were able to go back on vacation and things like this. And then unfortunately, one way haven't acquaintance, Tio. Has a 53 year old daughter who died in the coffin yet so we got to follow up on that. But it wasn't Cove it she was actually had been at work today and then talk to people on the phone that evening, and then Stop. It didn't make any report in the next two days, And then they said the police out it was you and found her and she had died. So I don't know if you've heard about this but a friend of mine who went up for his yearly checkup. In fact, a week ago today for his physical, he's yearly physical. He's examined by a doctor, a try health, which is one of the health organizations in this area, and the doctor told him as he was giving him his examination, he said. You know, we've been told from the top from the administration that we're told the line. As long as we're wearing a white try health smug and he said confidentially, we get $3900 from insurance for every case of covert. We claim positive. So there's a financial incentive. Have you heard about any of this? Yes. Okay. And I I You know, I don't want to that. I heard of it. Yeah, I've heard of it. I've seen Ah. Patients that has positive for color would be denied of something else that had that put on their birth certificate on there underneath. Other dancer to get Yeah, yeah are on their deaths. Viviane had families come to me with a death certificate and they're going. You know, Grandfather was in stage cancer have been fighting for eight years. Why did you put Cove it down there and I'm like I didn't do that. You know? Well, what? What's the purpose of that? Just financial? You know, your friend may be completely correct. I have no idea. I just know that There's something fishy in Denmark. Oh, that There's a lot fishy with this on DH. It more and more stinks of Political fish rotting crawl here we talked about last week. How? How the test here in Texas for antibodies, we're going into our list of active Viral, You know, riots and and the CDC. Kind of. Well, you know, you guys found out. I'm sorry. We'll fix that. There's investigative reporter named Jack Windsor in Ohio, who found that If you test positive for covert 19 once they're going to test you again, And if you test positive again, they counted as two separate cases. How about that? Absolutely. This kind of nonsense is going on. It's just amazing. Well, you know, and it's a higher pay grade than I am. And I mean, I've got I've got some ideas. I got some theories. I doing what I do. I get to talk to a lot of people. I don't know what's right. I haven't been able to verify anything. I just know it's not It's not right. It's not in the best interest of the country, and it's not the crisis that they're making it out to be. Would you agree? You know any death? Any death of serious But yes, I agree with you, Dr. John Huber, as always, Ah, pleasure. A wonderful time to know somebody with his much analogies you have and we get along great, and we will continue to do that, whether I do night caps or not, But in fact, I'll probably be talking to you later this week just to see what kind of bourbon great Dr John Huber amazing as always on the nightcap on 700 WLW news, traffic and weather. Use Radio 700 W ell delegate Cincinnati A dozen Ohio counties under a masked man date with other city and county leaders taking action as well..
Dog in Georgia tests positive for virus that causes COVID-19
"And Georgia has been put down after testing positive for the virus. The animal believed to be the second canine case of covert 19 in the U. S. The dog was tested after developing a type of neurological illness. The fact that a dog can be positive Just means that he was around the virus. A dog of our virus could be licking of droplets from, you know somebody that caused the holes that had the disease Doctor John how is president of the American Veterinary Medical Association? He says there's no evidence that animals are transmitting the disease to people.
"doctor john" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Are listening to doctor John chairman of mainstream mental health it drive a superhero system now I just take precautions and if we would all start doing is we're gonna start reducing the number of people with the flu number people with common cold think about it we lose three hundred and sixty to three hundred eighty people a day during the flu season now that doesn't sound like a lot when you're looking at one day but ma'am how many people who are lost in the United States now because of this worldwide we've lost around thirteen thousand people since December when we identified the virus now looking from January first to the first sixty days we lost twenty two thousand people in the United States alone just to the flu virus so wire wire we freaking out over this versus the flu the flu is something we know and we have grown accustomed we just deal with it so we don't freak out over it and go on about our allies as as if nothing changed so you're asking are we going to have some permanent changes here the one change I hope we get is better community hygiene taking care of ourselves I walked through the store yesterday and I noticed that they're having to restock all the bleach all of billion neurons they could man the roaches must be going nuts because everything's getting clean I mean that's good advice in writing because you know we always think well how do we lengthen life right we always want to see those numbers go up this is one way of doing that I mean it's it's certainly people aren't dying at the same rate for the flu and for these things life is a whole is gonna get a lot better it is the right now you know even if you look at the Italy you know that one of the oldest populations in Europe and you know one of the things that they have come out of there's about ninety nine percent of people who died in Italy has multiple diseases and medical issues before they got the corona virus so that's that I mean compromise population I'm talking about we have to protect them and we can do that by just being hygienic and taking care of you know Hey if you have a cold I work from home and boxes we we should have some some some you know there's certain things that you can't do from home I mean we all know that but if there's anything you can do from home your bosses should let you do that or say okay take three days off and we no longer have a fever you know give it twenty four hours and come back to work right just like they do in the public school systems and they stopped the whole school from getting the flu and you know by doing that give it twenty four hours without a fever and then you come back to work even with the drippy nose a cough Norcross are kind of crazy because cost there there is never a logical triggering the back your throat once you start a cough you can whether it's caused by allergies or anything else when when the cars for that cost whether it's the flu and all that is finished your body will still have that trigger in their ethnic it'll cause you to cough for six to eight weeks after the disease is gonna cost is kind of confusing for most of us because somebody's dropping wire the back at work right right so we should go crazy with that sort of thing then so that's obviously something great and come out of this the one thing I kind of worry about it kind of goes back to where we started we are social animals we like to hug and shake hands and do all that we can go back to that or we can I think so too I mean overall which is why should we be afraid of something that we've moved on past right and if we do basic hygiene and Hey I'm just getting over a cold I want to hug you let's not do that today you know just certain things and improve our communication skills right there and somebody goes Hey this person respects me enough they don't want to even if there's not really a real chance I'll ever get anything they just want to respect my health right talk about telling people how important they are to you you know it's like it's like I tell everybody you know when you get together with people especially in a business meeting or something you're going to dinner or lunch with the business potential you know clients pull your phone out right away and turn it off right there and have to say a word but that tells them that regardless of what else happened in this world you are the most important thing right now yeah absolutely but do that with your family when you set out you know you guys go your Friday night dinner or whatever piece tonight you go synapse pull your phone out because kids especially your own kids they listen to what you do not what you say so show them they deserve the respect of you turning off that phone and they won't do it right away but they catch on yeah that's fantastic advice Dr Huber what a pleasure I take in difficult times this was therapeutic for me and I'm sure for everybody listening I tell people how they can find out more about your fantastic organization where we go wording on our website and volume media links from there the easiest way to go to mainstream mental health dot org is actually doctor psycho dot org do you remember that.
"doctor john" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Are listening to doctor John chairman of mainstream mental health it so I was super nervous system now I just take precautions and if we would all start doing is we're gonna start reducing the number of people with the flu number people with common cold think about it we lose three hundred and sixty to three hundred eighty people a day during the flu season now that doesn't sound like a lot when you're looking at one day but ma'am how many people who are lost in the United States now because of this worldwide we've lost around thirteen thousand people since December when we identified the virus now looking from January first to the first sixty days we lost twenty two thousand people in the United States alone just to the flu virus so wire wire we freaking out over this versus the flu the flu or something we know and we have grown accustomed we just deal with it so we don't freak out over it and we go on about our lives as if nothing changed so you're asking are we gonna have some permanent changes here the one change I hope we get is a better community hygiene taking care of ourselves I walked through the store yesterday and I noticed that they're having to restock all the bleach all the billions and I'm thinking man the roaches must be going nuts because everything's getting clean I mean vice any sighting because you know we always think well how do we lengthen life right we always want to see those numbers go up this is one way of doing that I mean it's it's certainly people aren't dying at the same rate for the flu and for these things our life is a whole was gonna get a lot better it is the right now you know even if you look at the people you know they have one of the oldest populations in Europe and you know one of the things that they have come out of there's about ninety nine percent of people who died in Italy had multiple diseases and medical issues before they got the corona virus so that seven compromise population I'm talking about we have to protect them and we can do that by just being hygienic and taking care of you know Hey if you have a cold work from home and boxes we we should have some some some you know there's certain things that you can't do from home I mean we all know that but if there's anything you can do from home your bosses should let you do that or say okay take three days off and we no longer have a fever you know give it twenty four hours and come back to work right just like they do in the public school systems and they stopped the whole school from getting the flu and you know by doing that give it twenty four hours without a fever and then you come back to work even with the drippy nose a cough Norcross are kind of crazy because cost there there's a serological circle in the back of your throat once you start a cough you can whether it's caused by allergies or anything else when when the cars for that cost whether it's the flu and all that is finished your body will still have that trigger in there and it it will cause you to cough for six to eight weeks after the disease is gone the card is kind of confusing for most of us because somebody's dropping wire the back at work right right so we can go crazy with that sort of thing then so that's obviously something great and come out of this the one thing I kind of worry about it kind of goes back to where we started we are social animals we like to hug and shake hands and do all that we can go back to that or we can I think so too I mean overall wish because why should we be afraid of something that we've moved on past right and if we do basic hygiene and Hey I'm just getting over a cold I want to hug you let's not do that today you know just certain things that improve our communication skills right there and then somebody goes Hey this person respects me enough they don't want to even if there's not really a real chance I'll ever get anything they just want to respect my health right talk about telling people how important they are to you you know it's like it's like I tell everybody you know when you get together with people especially in a business meeting or something you're going to dinner or lunch with a bit of a potential you know clients pull your phone out right away and turn it off right there and have to say a word but that tells them that regardless of what else happened in this world you are the most important thing right now yeah absolutely but do that with your family when you set out you know you guys go your Friday night dinner or whatever piece tonight you go synapse pull your phone out because kids especially your own kids they listen to what you do not what you say so show them they deserve the respect of you turning off that phone and they won't do it right away but they catch on yeah that's fantastic advice Dr Huber what a pleasure I tell you in difficult times this was therapeutic for me and I'm sure for everybody listening I tell people how they can find out more about your fantastic organization where we go wording on our website in volume media links from there the easiest way to go to mainstream mental health dot org is actually doctor psycho dot org do you remember that when it's the R. 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Chicago researcher says helmet ventilators can ease short supply
"At first when testing increased the number of positive coping nineteen cases was doubling every other day now the numbers are doubling every four days what does that mean for difference in the number of people impacted by covert nineteen currently we have nearly seven thousand cases if that number doubled the way it had been every two days we would sort of one hundred twelve thousand cases in ten days but at the new rate a doubling every four days would leave us with fifty six thousand cases roughly cutting the spread in half I think really the amazing response or and in collective effort by everyone is going to go a long way as we continue to battle this ventilators are the number one tool for the sickest patients to battle this virus they force air into people's lungs after cover nineteen causes so much damage it's nearly impossible to brief but ventilators are in short supply now one Chicago researcher says he has another idea helmets they not only help patients they cut down the risk of infection for health care workers normally we put a tube in the trachea an endotracheal tube and that process is called endotracheal intubation and mechanical ventilation it's a highly invasive therapy and one associated with poor outcomes that's why university of Chicago medicine doctor John Kress is hoping to harness helmet for the sickest cobit nineteen patients this does have the potential to make an important Dante inspired by space travel built in Texas Chris Austin showed us the helmet he makes in his garage reflects the both weekend and they are looking for storage or what have you yeah this material the models strong it's very resilient it won't tear it won't leak there are twenty to thirty of the helmets in use right now at university of Chicago medicine you can actually connected to the source of oxygen from the wall right in the hospital and no ventilator at all so it simply pressurized system of oxygen enriched air that inflates the helmet and also inflates your lines in the patient breeze spontaneously begets in red stocks engine so that saves a validator for non people who are sicker and might need it that's particularly important to us we start to worry about I guess what I would call the unthinkable which is we have too many patients and we don't have enough ventilators to take care of all of them the devices can be sterilized and reused they connect to the hospital direct source of oxygen so a steady flow at higher pressure compared to a standard mask fills the helmet and ultimately reaches deep into the lungs no tuber ventilator need higher pressures can be effective in many patients that have called the nineteen because the severity of the injury to the lungs is such that higher pressures are needed and a better seal not the mouth but around the neck protect healthcare workers from infected patients when you have a R. D. S. acute respiratory distress syndrome which is what the copay patients have you have some limits because the amount of pressure that defeat gas source must generate is beyond what the mask can handle so you have leaking around the mask effect across study the helmets back in twenty sixteen he found the device helps sixty percent of patients with acute respiratory distress syndrome R. A. R. D. S. avoid intubation that number appears to be lower in Khalid nineteen patients closer to thirty percent still statistically significant as ventilators are in short supply that's clinically relevant because we could save thirty percent of patients from needing to be anticipated not only does that and give the patient a better chance for a good outcome as staying off the ventilator it will translate into you having a better outcome but it also saves thirty percent of the ventilators for somebody else the sky's
Living Life By Your True Values
"This is John. John is my guest. Today is Dr John De Martini. He is a world renowned specialist in human behavior. A researcher author author and global educator on his most recent books has called the values factor the secret to creating inspired and fulfilling life. So let's talk about values. Shall we welcome John. Thank you for having me. Thank you appreciate the time here. So let's give people a little I read kind of the official stuff that you do. But let's give giving people a little bit of background. How'd you get here to to where you are today? Well I was a I started when I was seventeen. Actually I I had a dream to travel the world into teach. I set out to do that at age. Seventeen almost eighteen and I god I. It just didn't give up on it. And I just kept of emerging. It had a learning problem as a child. I was told that I went in first grade. Never be able to read never ever built right now relocate Mounting never go very far in life and high school dropout was living on the streets from years and But then I met this amazing teacher named Paul Bragg when I was seventeen that made me after During his talk for the first time in my life I thought maybe I could to overcome learning problems. Someday I could read become intelligent and I'll tell you what that was the most inspiring night and the turning point of my life and I never gave upon. I had to. I learn how to pronounce words and spell and practice speech things. I had a speech problem and I just I never gave up on it. I just and this is is the thing I just love doing much so at seventeen you were still not reading or even speaking well. I didn't read my first book till I was eighteen was it was it ultimately neurological solar psychological. or well I had when I was very young I had a speech impediment so I had to go to Speech pathologist very young. And then I when I got into first grade I had what they defined. Now's dyslexia. I I wasn't able to put it all together together. The only way I've been through school by asking smart kids questions and and but but you know when you really really really really WanNa do something and there's no turning back on it you can turn your life around. That's what happened to me. Just I had such a desire to win and I never thought I'd ever be intelligent. I had a desire to be intelligent and man when I went out on the pursuit of that it was like a relentless pursuit that I I I had with. The help of my mother had read thirty words a day and pronounce them and spell them properly and put them in a sentence and say I could go to bed until at thirty new words a day when I was eighteen and my vocabulary groove and eventually took a ged in high school equivalency test and a college entrance exam. And and I went on and then I end up being a scholar so I I just never give up on IT I. I've read now over thirty thousand books and I just I love reading. I just love learning and you people might have heard me introduce you as a doctor John D. Martinez so you now have even achieved advanced degrees. Yeah did I did ten years. Here's a college in almost in. Yeah I just. I wanted to be a teacher philosopher heater. That's so high fulltime travel around the world today researching and teaching students all of the world today every country. So I've I've been quite Hundred and fifty four countries in this January one hundred fifty four and you reside you were telling me before we started recording Somewhat unique home I live on ship call. The world went on their most time. I'm traveling like my residential last eighteen years on a condominium private condominium ship that travels all over the world I often on his I travel placed. That's right so mentioned the name of one of your core works is called the values factor. I wonder if you could define that. Term values factor. Yeah well every individual regardless of gender or age or culture lives moment by moment by a set of priorities a a set of values themes that are most important to least important in your life an every in this hierarchy a set of values that they hold things that the most importantly sports so this set of values is unique to them and it determines how they perceive what they decide and how they act the the perception decisions Actions are dependent on these values and whatever's highest on their value they spontaneously inspired intrinsically to pursue and this this is where they'll excel and fulfill and expand whatever's low in their values lower in the party's they'll require extrinsic motivation to get them to do it so they'll need lead punishment if they don't do it rewarded. They do kind of things in order to get them to do it. And this is not where they excel. This is where they kind of held back and finding out what's really truly truly truly most important people's lives and structuring their life through prioritize action a delegation to pursue that it's extraordinary it capacity to build momentum and go on to greater achievement as an entrepreneur or is anybody in any field early. I'm fascinated by that. And that's what the values factor is How do we get people to live concurrently in line with what they value most so they can be inspired so let me make sure? I'm I'm hearing this right. You're suggesting that people have these values even if they haven't it really associated words or names with them you're saying that they make decisions based on them and part of the job is to figure out what they are. Well if you ask somebody what their values are they'll tell you social cliches and ideologies and I'd idealisms that are injected in inculcated from individuals individuals like mothers fathers preachers teachers conventions traditions mores of the society that their subordinates and conforming to but I'm not interested in that I'm interested in what their life demonstrates I look at. I have thirteen value determined to help look objectively what their value determined. Germans are so how do they feel their space because things are really important to me fill their space with how they spend their time. They find time time spent time on things that are truly valuable. What is it the energizes when they're doing something on their values? The energy goes up there not to damage goes down. Wears their money. Being spent look carefully at how they spend their money tells you what the priorities are where they most organized and ordered where they most disciplined disciplined spontaneously. What is that they think about visualizing affirm inside internally dialogue with themselves about how they want their life that shows evidence coming true not fantasies but what are they converse with other people about most about what they wanNA keep bringing the conversation to what inspires brings a tear of inspiration to there is what exactly is it? The consistent persistent goals that they've been pursuing that are actually coming true not the ones fantasies that are self-defeating and what is the thing that they love studying about reading about learning about in listening to I look at those value determines to get a clear understanding what their life is truly demonstrating not their fantasies about what they hope it will be. However would you suggest also that there are a lot of people that fifty sixty seventy eighty percent of their lives? They're living outside of those things that you just described exactly. Most people people are comparing themselves to others putting on others on their pedestal. Minimize themselves into the pit living vicariously through other people paying high nine dollars for other people's brands instead of building brand around themselves and they are basically doing one. Emerson warned not to do n being imitating people which is sort of a death breath sentenced to their their self worth their empowerment and key. The key is to giving themselves permission to not subordinate to the world on the outside but to let the voice navision vision on the inside direct their destiny and take command of their life as as Ernest Becker says instead of conforming to the collective heroes you WANNA BE A. They'd be the individual hero within and so in the process of doing it. Most people don't give themselves permission to do that. They they live in the shadows of others instead of on the shoulders of giants.
U.S. State Department warns Americans against China travel over virus
"Update the state department is reacted to a warning of a global health emergency due to the Chinese corona virus by upping the warning for Americans want to travel to China to its highest level CBS is doctor John the poop one of the main concerns of the WHL is for countries that do not have as robust to healthcare system as in the United States and this allows them to provide them more resources more from CBS news foreign affairs analyst Pamela for a public health emergency of international concern is defined by the U. N. as an extraordinary event the requires a coordinated international response and that means that all the health and relief agencies of the U. N. or put into a goal mode to help the WHO's says is warning is based on the inability of some nations to properly handle a wide ranging coronavirus outbreak and even China is now expressing a need for emergency equipment CBS news update I'm
"doctor john" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Doctor John humor of mainstream metal healthy is a Jack of all trades he runs is nonprofit he has privileges to hospitals and they also agreed to stand up he's a host of his own podcast and he's got a lot of other things in the work he's been going back and forth to New York City feel anything about what's going on doctor no you whisper something about it's an interesting what you will you and I both have it can you reveal anything right now we're just they're asking me to keep my mouth shut I want to is so are not to say anything yeah yeah keep your fingers crossed that and it's going to be stuff that the answers and you see and people are not allow me might kill me and that actually is so that we might kill me so everyone you said it not me getting back to our our topics and and will four in ten adults say they work too much and they just can't stop now is more personality driven or is because we have certain bosses that demand things on this and we feel like we're just gonna lose everything unless we we keep up well there's a lot of things going on here you know we we feel a commitment and a need to to progress and move ahead and you know especially as you know we we get older you start looking at all these young kids coming up with these new degrees and things like that and wait I'm gonna compete so I'm gonna be able to produce more and you know you got two kids going off to college yourself in man and there's a lot of drive for that are you want that new car your wives complain about her car is on its last legs how do you do that well you put in extra time to work on bigger projects than you make bigger commissions well you know again we're talking to the average person four of those forty percent for a loan or spending eleven hours in addition to the regular forty hour work week at work or at home doing work they should be doing it at work and I think a few things need to happen one of them is you need to you know put kind of a clock on your social media because you may be spending a lot more time on social media actually are and you could be more efficient and get things that I and your regular work week so just you know I'm not I'm not you know call in it you know the kettle black here or anything else like that but pay attention to what you're doing and just like when you're when you're dieting OR meeting so well that you're snacking all day on candy and you walk by your bosses desk and there's some remains there and your secretary's desk has some chocolates and you can't figure out why you never lose anyway start a little what you call it a diary of what you consume the same way diary of what you consume as far as social media when you're on how long you're on that type of stuff now you might think that's going to take a lot of time but when you start seeing what you're doing what you're writing down and it'll still six some of that behavior the other thing is you know if you have the biggest red flags you go home you don't recognize your wife that you know you've been spending way too much time working a lot of forgetting their spouses are their doctor in Austin yeah well you know in children you know my wife and I were talking about you know how we decide we don't have kids so we told him last night and they look at us like crazy I don't know what the problem is here I thought the guy does stand up he's got a money really cute thank you you can make it right you know life is way too short find some the last right it right all the way to the bank take care yourself physically you know and take that same eleven hours and if you get your family out walking or riding bikes are doing martial arts playing basketball you'll be surprised how close your family gets and how much healthier they are and how much better their life is overall brings us back to what we always thought we talked about it every now and then especially in recent weeks about new year's resolutions and that do you know do more jam do more than the other but sometimes it's do last obviously food social media but sometimes you got to figure out ways to do less to be less busy at work and figure out a way to diplomatically do that I guess absolutely is a balance and that's you know that's where everything is whether you're trying to lose weight trying to gain weight trying to lose inches because you know honestly you know you start putting on muscle your muscles get away more than body fat you just want the bodies at the drop way your your weight may actually go up as you get center and look for set so you know when it's really kind of an arbitrary measure the maybe that's not what you should be looking at so get into the gym work out watch what you're doing talk with your doctor talk with your family friends maybe get a trainer a couple sessions most of the major jams out there even the minor ones have independent trainers there and they can kind of help you negotiate that because everybody's metabolism is slightly different and again it's learning who you are and what you're doing and working out and finding that balance and having a happy twenty twenty Dr I'm most irresistible headline came out in recent days saying that most people reaching for being miserable as everyone guessed what age age forty seven I mean you can't help but say okay I mean it goes it goes back to the whole mid life crisis yeah now that people talk about that that that raise that is anything to this well you know it does make sense with the mid life crisis what I'm curious about is there's a peak it or or you know get it's worse in forty seven and start getting better is it just stay that way until you're eighty five nine years old let's go back down that hope so I hope so because what that means is we realized at that point that something's got to change and we start making changes and and increasing the value and and the the blessings we have in our lives that way and that is you know that that's perfectly fine and we were kind of learning from mistakes and you know failures aren't failures if you if you learn from so just keep moving forward and figure out how to make your life a better place a happier place I always try to lead people is something that makes him smile every time even if it's a bad joke his smile more in the numbers to go with this guy who did this from Dartmouth down there it's worldwide a hundred thirty two countries right no male and female alike doesn't matter you were all human beings and it's it's kind of funny to think about that that it doesn't matter if you're in one of these small third world countries or and here you know riding high in the Bahamas on your on your yacht you know forty seven is is is that kind of halfway point you know we always hope we can make it to be a hundred now they're saying ninety four you know forty seven that would be that would be good but I pay attention what's going on you can stop that before it ever gets that way start doing it in your twenties and thirties I mean trying to teach my kids to pay attention to what's going on and don't get themselves caught up in a rat race and sometimes it's kind of hard especially my kids are teenagers and of course dad doesn't know anything because you know I'm dad but it's it it's it's something that even if they're not really listening to now I hope when they move on in and find their own way in the world is stable we have will retain some of that and I recommend everybody do that try to find the things that make you smile and and do that everyday kids laugh in excess of six seven eight year old kids are last laugh in excess of four hundred times a day the average and all is only ten to twelve times a day that's not enough not enough it's a it's a laughing crisis we have right now and we don't think crisis we don't have to wait till the new year to resolve or anything and it's not too late and you I can't have the thing dark we always think I'm trying to do math but forty seven is that when the kids have left the nasty and maybe we're at the end of our of the spectrum on our in our career and we think well this is far as I'm dot it might not get any further this is about you know there might be a glass ceiling with it and we might be taking care of parents so I did ask him about that when we come back from the break also want to get an update on the can mean treatments even talking about how they treated people with alcoholism and PTSD where other things have never ever work back here on American cars with doctor John Huber of mainstream mental.
"doctor john" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Well this is our with doctor John humor of mainstream mental health he is a Jack of all trades he runs his nonprofit he has privileges to hospitals and they also need to stand up but he's he's a host of his own podcast and he's got a lot of other things in the work he's been going back and forth to New York City feel anything about what's going on doctor you whisper something about it's an interesting what you will you and I both have it can you reveal anything right now we're just they're asking me to keep my mouth shut I went to is so are not to say anything yeah yeah keep your fingers crossed that and it's going to be stuff that the it's just juicy and people are gonna be might kill me and that actually is so that we might kill me as within so everyone right you said it not me getting back to our our topics and and will for intended don't say they work too much and they just can't stop now is this more personality driven or is because we have certain bosses that demand things on this and we feel like we're just gonna lose everything unless we we keep up well there's a lot of things going on here you know we we feel a commitment and I need to to progress and move ahead and you know especially as you know we we get older you start looking at all these young kids coming up with these new degrees and things like that and wait I'm gonna compete so I'm gonna be able to produce more and you know you got two kids going off to college yourself in man and there's a lot of drive for that are you want that new car your wives complain about her car is on its last legs how do you do that well you put in extra time to work on bigger projects in you make bigger commissions well you know again we're talking at the average person four of those forty percent for a loan or spending eleven hours in addition to the regular forty hour work week at work or at home doing work they should be doing it at work and I think a few things need to happen one of them is you need to you know put kind of a clock on your social media because you may be spending a lot more time on social media actually are and you could be more efficient and get things that I and your regular work week so just you know I'm not I'm not you know call in a you know the kettle black here or anything else like that but what you're doing and just like when you're when you're dieting OR meeting so well that you're snacking all day on candy in your car your bosses desk and there's some remains there and your secretary's desk has some chocolates and you can't figure out why you never lose anyway start a little what he called a diary of what you consume the same way diary of what you consume as far as social media when you're on how long you're on that type of stuff now you might think that's going to take a lot of time but when you start seeing what you're doing what you're writing down and it'll still six some of that behavior the other thing is you know if you have a it's the biggest red flag usually go home you don't recognize your wife that you know you've been spending way too much time working a lot of forgetting their spouses are their doctor and also well you know in children you know my wife and I were talking about you know how we decide we don't have kids so we told him last night and they look at us like crazy I don't know what the problem is here I told the guy does stand up he's got a money really you think about it if you can make it right you know life is way too short find some the last right it right all the way to the bank take care yourself physically you know and take that same eleven hours and if you get your family out walking or riding bikes are doing martial arts playing basketball you'll be surprised how close your family gets and how much healthier they are and how much better their life is overall and brings us back to what we are we are we talked about it every now and then especially in recent weeks about new year's resolutions and that do you know do more Jim do more this that and the other but sometimes it's do last obviously food social media but sometimes you got to figure out ways to do less to be less busy at work and figure out a way to diplomatically do that I guess absolutely is a balance and that's you know that's where everything is whether you're trying to lose weight trying to gain weight trying to lose inches because you know honestly you know if you start putting on muscle your muscles get away more than body fat use what the body said to drop way your your weight may actually go up as you get thinner and look more set so you know when it's really kind of an arbitrary measure the maybe that's not what you should be looking at so get into the gym work out watch what you're doing talk with your doctor talk with your family friends maybe get a trainer a couple sessions most of the major jams out there even the minor ones have independent trainers there and they can kind of help you negotiate that because everybody's metabolism is slightly different and again it's learning who you are and what you're doing and working out and finding that balance and having a happy twenty twenty Dr I'm most irresistible headline came out in recent days saying that most people reaching for being miserable as everyone guessed what age age forty seven I mean you can't help but say okay I mean it goes it goes back to the whole mid life crisis so you know that the chances are we will talk about that that that raise that is anything to this well you know it does make sense with a mid life crisis what I'm curious about is does that peak it or or you know get it's worse in forty seven then start getting batters and just stay that way until you're eighty five nine years old let's go back down that I hope so I hope so because what that means is we realized at that point that something's got to change and we start making changes and and increasing the value and and the the blessings we have in our lives that way and that is you know that that's perfectly fine and we were kind of learning from mistakes and you know failures aren't failures if you if you learn from so just keep moving forward and figure out how to make your life a better place a happier place I always try to lead people is something that makes him smile every time even if it's a bad joke his smile to more in the numbers to go with this guy who did this Dartmouth found that it's worldwide a hundred thirty two countries right no male and female alike doesn't matter you were all human beings and it's it's kind of funny to think about that that doesn't matter if you're in one of these small third world countries or and here you know riding high in the Bahamas on your on your yacht you know forty seven is is is that kind of halfway point you know we always hope we can make it to be a hundred now they're saying ninety four you know forty seven that would be that would be good but I pay attention what's going on you can stop it before it ever gets that way start doing it in your twenties and thirties I've been trying to teach my kids to pay attention to what's going on and don't get themselves caught up in a rat race and sometimes it's kind of hard especially my kids are teenagers and of course dad doesn't know anything because you know I'm dad but it's it's it's something that even if they're not really listening to now I hope when they move on in and find their own way in the world as they will retain some of that and I recommend everybody do that try to find the things that make you smile and and do that everyday kids laugh in excess of we're talking six seven eight year old kids are last laugh in excess of four hundred times a day the average adult is only ten to twelve times a day that's not enough not enough it's a it's a laughing crisis we have right now and we don't have been crisis we don't have to wait till the new year to resolve or anything and it's not too late and eat I can't help but think talk we always think I'm trying to do math but forty seven is that when the kids and left the nasty and maybe we're at the end of our of the spectrum on our in our career and we think well this is far as I thought it might not get any further this is about you know there might be a glass ceiling with it and we might be taking care of parents so I did ask him about that when we come back from the break also want to get an update on the case I mean treatments you've been talking about how they treated people with alcoholism and PTSD where other things have never ever work back here on American ties with doctor John Huber of mainstream mental health right after this over two and a half million airline.
"doctor john" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Doctor John McDougall John how do you convince people to avoid eating these kinds of of the dairy products and livestock foods that are hurting the environment how do you get them to change hello first of all I you know I think the day of climate deniers this past George so we were not dealing with that anymore we're dealing with people that understand and if you believe you but they don't believe enough to take action and that's what we have to do is we have to get people to an actual call stage yeah I I would suggest that people start road by reading livestock's long shadow which was published in two thousand six by the United Nations what they fail funded by the food thanks or the World Bank they also need to read the world watch institute look at fifty one percent of the greenhouse gases all coming from the livestock industry and then we had the lancet commission that came out in January of two thousand and nineteen which said that we really almost immediately have to change their diet worldwide were people at most these to me on Sunday or once a week so they can start by realizing that about half of them I would say half is very conservative about half of the destruction of our environment in terms of climate change is caused by our agriculture critically the livestock industry now I want to give you some references George because people there are few people in the audience that want to look at this and check my calculation okay all there's a a PLO S. or excuse me a public National Academy of sciences even the National Academy of sciences published in April two thousand sixteen what they showed that if you give up the animal products what you could do is we're talking about a diet like I recommend we're talking about as much as seventy percent reduction from what would occur in two thousand fifty seventy percent reduction in greenhouse gases S. one okay there was another two thousand sixteen article the impact of dietary change on greenhouse gas emissions they tell us that we can reduce their greenhouse gas emissions by eighty percent and land use water use by fifty percent and then there's one of the journal articles the journal of cleaner production and that was published in two thousand fifteen anyway there are three ports to tell you that we can cut our greenhouse gas emissions just let's just say by a seventy percent by changing to a really healthy diet I'm talking about one without any animal products as a starch based diet if you think you're half the greenhouse gases are good of livestock industry and a good diet followed worldwide good to cut those emissions in half we're talking about reducing the greenhouse gas emissions potentially overnight five twenty five percent and making us healthier well you know what the Paris climate change once is to reduce the greenhouse gases like seven and half percent a year we can do it over night overnight if we get people to buy India with AT healthier diet we would do a change felt all health is a plant people would be over your sh like Americans and Australians and most Europeans all are going to be able to have extra food for the people are undernourished women so when one situation there's something holding them back though John there's got to be something what is it well there there is you know people starts are very personal for so we have the entire industry we have the livestock interest you will want most the money's produced I mean how much money do you make of potatoes how much money you make them and rice and stuff like that yeah I mean it all we're talking about an economic thing and of course does have the economic advantages are in charge of the ones who are going to suffer most from climate change are the ones that are least privilege and that's a fact what everybody's gonna suffer amid the predictions of remember when we first started talking about this thank god say fifteen years ago the first inter governmental climate change report came out thirty years ago now the inter governmental climate change panel came out in September of last year two thousand nineteen said we have ten to twelve years and they've actually modified that well we got a change now or we're not going to be able to do it well what I'm proposing is that we all get very very serious about that I occasional George are going to change their diet either by choice or by necessity right some scale something happens will become so scarce and I've got to put this in perspective you got it I I want to try and share with people what they're giving up when they can't picture of a delicious meal say a fast food restaurant or any other kind of restaurant what you see you see a burger you see the letters Cincinnatus upon the ketchup the the you know all of the color of the interest and so on and that's what people are attracted to now if you took all that away what should be left with this is going to offend some people but what you're going to be left with his basically yellow and brown food that smell odors and has either a planter to stay focused and this is a a a food we're talking about yeah she said Mel and beef and chicken and lamb and so on and fisheries and the serial number on food and he's the foods that are sick need people and secure the plant they're also foods that fit the category of people do not want to hear you don't want to hear they want to hear good news about the band have a storage they just don't want to hear the planners the such big trouble yeah it is it is just too much to face but we have to do are they deniers are we deniers we are tonight and you know we don't have to look back many reasons for and it's difficult to change your diet consider only about three percent of population has made the type of dietary change that I'm talking about but you see more and more people doing that movie stars politicians yeah I would go to the different politicians there are a lot of following the vegan diet but of course we get into politics then but I'm not vegan like I said but I changed the truth you know dramatically welcome to your string my diet I I changed my diet almost a half a century are you a hundred percent also beef and since I thought since nineteen seventy seven I've had fewer than a handful of animal property here well because there's no question that the animals are contributing I did not know what was that higher percent John yes and and the important thing no charge and and again I share my experience as a medical doctor taking care of over twelve thousand people the important thing is the body naturally heals itself shoulder the plan and what we have to do is we help the obvious thing of course is to get rid of the carbon dioxide the the the greenhouse gases and were all directed in and and different ways to do that everybody's willing to do that but this can take a long time all it's going to be not somewhat expensive and it's also in control of people who have all the money and all the power in theirs that's the biggest problem dietary changes something that every individual could do right now you can make a statement that actually makes a big contribution to clean up the planet by changing your personal diet and again we're talking about giving up the livestock it used to be someone well people don't realize that dairy products are such a huge contributor to the problem I said that callers they take a tremendous amount of preaching lamp they also they have large monastic excretion because of their perks of their waste products produced nitrous oxide which is three hundred times more powerful to carp action so the the animals are no there there the main character and basically they have to they have the mental part of the diet but that's hard to understand for them to understand what it's better to give them up before we go to calls next hour let's talk a little bit about your starch solution I would have money were really quickly just he just mention some starchy foods for people who might not know what they are what what channels you're right choose the most efficient food it would be potatoes sweet potatoes would be great all we're talking about corn rice he's not even not school keys although low those Russian archer I think not quite George that not my book I know I know I know the grand kids like the cookies but it's not you know it's not part because it's not in your diet in all yes we're we're talking about is a diet of old you have for breakfast hash Browns for breakfast pastas what about today what about pastas pasta be great mashed potatoes hi merry my wife and partner for fifty years and I need a very simple diet we have oatmeal every morning for breakfast also want you didn't we have similar things will have he does have spaghetti marinara sauce muxu vegetables and rice just a few different things that we're over and over and over again very tasty very satisfied aren't some vegetables starchy well they are no they're not free yellow vegetables actually non starchy white kale and lettuce and cabbage and cauliflower and so on there Morton starches in order starch in fact corn is one of the leading food crops in the world probably the leading all scorers rice corn and potatoes fee plus the world we also make us a lot of corn we are we do we do with some people object to that as a waste of good court I don't know I think we make enough for the whole planet can't we well okay yeah it we have a parts were like to tell people when we get back is that this is a real possibility and I want to give an example that happened during World War one okay for one three million people in in our three million change people change their diet so that they wouldn't have to start yes between nineteen fourteen to nineteen eighteen I'd like to tell you when we get back a little bit of the story about your indeed he going you've got you've got about zero after about four minutes all right well what happened is during World one between nineteen forty to nineteen eighty two we had three spot catered men are seeking and dog Denmark was affected scorch because they were in that blockade which they were following the teachings of a guy named Carl for each Nikolay protein was very important sort of the bridge so as a result they continue to maintain a diet based on the basic four food groups that include a high protein foods in Germany four hundred thousand people died of malnutrition between nineteen fourteen nineteen eighty one the kill him he wasn't expressionist in Denmark what he did is he told the population of three million people that the way we're going to survive World War one is we're going to eat the food for the animals the start of the animals so they killed eighty percent of the picture only the rich people in corporate hog and could have the only support farmers would be able to help pork otherwise the potatoes and soybeans six separate George they went through the four years without ever being hungry they cut the death rate from all diseases will move to the most decorated died markets ever see they dropped it I will be a thirty four percent wow they said they fifty lives during that period of time before year's end again the Germans who kept with the basic philosophy of a good diet four hundred thousand died a mail to non Tricia not a single person in Denmark was hungry during the entire four years and this is to the much your candy buffet and to the population lock we we are we gonna stop wasting the food by feeding the apples and they did use the album so we have the choice to do if it remain pure well George we can do it for a planned out of seven days we just need the leaders we need to have people realize they believe that were in trouble but they have to believe enough so they'll take action and that's what I'm looking for we can do this how did you find that starch is the key to proper human nutrition how did you find it it's been the diet with mutual of human history what is it you just have to look at history for example if you think of aging you think of five thousand years Boise you think of Central America I think that the people the corn the aspects in the mind sleeveless for thirteen hundred years on Quora if you think about South America in the Andes and the interest you think about the changes they have different species the potatoes they lived on potatoes almost as the entire diet except for when the intense went to battle management short stick you walk because quinoa which later and they could carry at the battle of the American Indian both on a diet of basically court more power to the party's traditional diet you would be I was corrected charge I used to say there were ten million people to walk by and a professor called me and said no there's been a hundred made house hundreds hundred billion people have walked this earth and then we got around to talking about the fact that ninety nine point nine nine percent of these people have attained the fall but their calories from starch different strains.
"doctor john" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"With doctor John how AVMA president about one health collaboration between positions public health officials in Minnesota our state public health veterinarians deals with reviews for example animals or sentence for humans and humans are sent actions there's more valuable information at AVMA dot or member of the money python comedy troupe has died he was saying Chris Barnes has the story and then go the family of comedian Terry Jones confirming he died Tuesday night with his wife by his side at his home in north London he was seventy seven Jones acted in and directed several of the comic troops most well known works including Monty Python and the holy grail all all in recent years Jones suffered from a rare form of dementia that impeded him from being able to speak for USA radio news I'm Chris Barnes the Harvey Weinstein sexual misconduct trial is underway in New York with some help Weinstein slowly made his way into court hearing to limp well someone behind him carried the Walker he's used at previous court appearances after back surgery when teens lawyers plan to use friendly sounding emails to show what the state was consensual sex Gloria Allred is a lawyer for some of the alleged victim what H. W. meeting Harvey Weinstein was doing.
"doctor john" Discussed on KOMO
"Komo news now back to hire Jeez health talk we continue our conversation about the best activities with doctor John of audio director at the respected me center right here on call thank you for joining us thank you for coming in and talking about a subject that sometimes has a lot of myths attached to it now I want to take this these next few minutes to dispel any myths so you know you talked about you're still going to produce sperm you're just not going to be easy detecting sperm are exiting sperm but the hormones in your body you still have everything you say you had before I mean you're not gonna lose any manhood so to speak the pain is is sometimes people worry about let's talk about hormones pain returned to work you know the procedure just kind of wrap that whole kind of scenario in one here yeah so most guys are worried about their versatility and and their testosterone and I'm I'm happy to report we are nowhere near the area that produces just testosterone has no effect I mean studies after studies have proven almost anatomically it's just not related to to testosterone production so said that's not affected at all in terms of pain because of this and we're now using any needles were not doing any scalpel it's very minimal you use just sort of first night Dan and and the next day or almost feel better do you have to wait you know for activity I mean you do these things Jenny speaking like on a Thursday or Friday or you know where you guys don't take time off work maybe right what's the best time to do this and if you do have to go to work how long does it take you to get back to work lifting pushing pulling if you have a fairly physical job that's actually good question our clinic is actually open Thursdays to Saturday and we have Friday made appointments personally I would do it on a Thursday give me about three days of rest but a lot of guys they don't they can't miss work because they are the primary breadwinner for the family so to speak so they go to work on Friday in in the afternoon we do evening kinda like afternoon evening clinics or if they can't do that they'll come in on Saturday yeah you need about two to three days of rest I always emphasize that because the guys to do more like a I feel okay I'm gonna go walking the mall and then that would be the end up with problems heavy lifting maybe just light light lifting for the first week no intimate relations for the first week that's Rary very important right but I learned that if you do it really well in terms of the recovery period if you just follow the instructions no products what about I think got one of the questions I often have heard is are these reversible I mean can you reverse a vasectomy technically speaking yes however it's very expensive and so it can no guarantees so we always consider vasectomy a permanent procedure chest because of this insurance will pay for it what will insurances most insurances pay for the primary vasectomy yes so that much yeah it does yeah as we wrap up your great information thank you for your time do you do you wanna leave any kind of message for any of those guys listening that kind of let them know how easy it is yeah so that the whole point of my clinic or our clinic is just to provide a very safe a very easy procedure you don't need to come in for a previous it we do all the counseling online if you have questions we could pick up the phone or if you want to meet them we'll see you in a clinic we try to make sure to cost is not also prohibitive could work Dr Bagno thank you for your time great information thank you thanks for having me that's been doctor done about your director of the vasectomy center was set to be certainly have come a long way and it's something that does sound like it's a lot more safe and simple it used to be what John fantastic coming.
"doctor john" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"With doctor John how AVMA president about one health collaboration between positions public health officials for example in Minnesota our state deals with reviews for example animals or sentence for humans and humans are sent actions there's more valuable information at AVMA dot org the queen of England agreeing to a transition period as prince Harry and Meghan Markle leave as full time role family members in a statement from Buckingham Palace Queen Elizabeth says the family had very constructive conversations yesterday and they're entirely supporter of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex the queen adding that the family would have preferred they remain full time members but they also understand their wish to live a more independent life the Palestinian men also made clear that Harry and Megan do not want to be reliant on public funds in their new lives American voters are divided over the killing of a top Iranian general a new Quinnipiac poll shows forty five percent say it was the right action forty one percent say it was the wrong way to go but forty five percent say because some some amenities death has made Americans less safe a majority of voters in the poll don't think tensions between the US and Iran will lead to a war zone the survey also found that nearly two thirds would be against the US going to war with that Middle East country and Tom Hanks is been nominated for his first Oscar in almost twenty years for his performance of Fred Rogers in a beautiful day in the neighborhood Hanks last Oscar nom came from the two thousand won Oscars nominated but not winning for Best Actor in a leading role for cast away and for U. S. A. radio.
Why Sunday is the biggest online dating day of the year
"If you're thinking about doing online dating today's your day this is the busiest online dating day ever from smart dating academy it's valid Gandhi how are you Bella great I can energize into the attic about dating Superbowl two first of all doctor John says hello you guys are great friends I love John dot the that blocked get it people it's amazing I read it I have been almost twelve year old and a sixteen year old I opening amazing he's the real freaking deal we to read it now I'm I have friends that have gone through divorces and today is going to be a big day for them why is today the busiest online dating back there's two reasons number one Sundays are usually busy number one you can imagine why the music stops something to do to our little hang overs worn out Sunday nights tend to be busy so that's what now what happens to your state we make resolutions forty eight percent of adults in this country hundred and eighteen million adults are single what do you think is at the top of the resolution someone getting action whatever it is yeah and so it's Sunday to Sunday after new year's resolutions that those factors combined into the perfect storm because the Superbowl dating today well let's talk about the profile first because this is a big thing this is your your your for sale sign right out front what do people do with their profile
"doctor john" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"With doctor John how AVMA president about one health a collaboration between positions public health officials for example in Minnesota our state deals with reviews for example animals or sentence for humans and humans are sent factions there's more valuable information at AVMA dot org switched at birth actress Marlee Matlin called out delta airlines on Twitter for its lack of accessibility for deaf and hard of hearing passengers drawing attention to the challenges to those with disabilities while traveling her tweet said sad to see that my preferred airline delta flight nineteen ninety eight has provisions for various languages and audio description for in flight entertainment but no closed captions for deaf and hard of hearing flights she use the hashtag no access and E. D. a compliance the owner of a Colorado daycare center in preschool faces criminal charges including child abuse following a six week investigation Carla faith is accused of hiding the collected children behind a false wall in her home the case goes back to mid November when Colorado springs officers pulled up to a home owned by the fifty eight year old they received complaints that the housing had too many children and they were conducting a welfare check on those children at her daycare called plate mountain place when the officers first arrived they said they found no children and faith refused to cooperate but then they heard the children's voices and after investigating they found a false wall inside the building behind the wall was a basement with two adults and twenty six children.
"doctor john" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"Doctor John Lennix it was a special Socrates in the city event if it's true it's false yeah shall we say in other words on the words if you take the view that science is the only way to truth that statement the trick because it's not given to us by science undead I think it's important to grasp some of the simpler arguments in this area the really great scientists have seen but signs comma possibly be the only way to trade sometime in the natural sciences for the simple reason of Sir Peter Medawar are put it in his Nobel Prize winner science come up and so the simple questions and a child or do I come from why am I here I'm aware of my going on he says these are questions that can only be answered in terms of literature theology and philosophy and think about it if science were the only way to trace you'd have to close half of faculties and all the universities in the world you have no history in in economics you'd have no linguistic should have no languages you have very little no classics no philosophy no theology so it is nonsense but unfortunately people like Richard Dawkins believe that tensions believe that and more important still the late Stephen Hawking believe that you asked me the question how science Betty god I said absolutely not but I think and you may want to Chris maybe for this later I think science can bury atheism that's a slightly different perspective because his seat historically and histories immensely important forty we sent we said in the period for we've had the exponential growth of science since the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries and we think of the pioneers Galileo cap or Newton talk bikes weld Babbage Faraday and so on all of them believed in golf I'm you see this is important because it's factual and people to think about these things like to say well is there any connection between the science they did them their faith in god the answer is of course service because Kristy Almaty view of the universe as created by an intelligence is at the bedrock off the development of modern science so far from science that burying gall it was believed and all of that was the motor that drove the rise of science and that's an immensely important thing that people forget I remember many years ago I give the first lecture in seventy five years in Novosibirsk in Russia and that was an amazing situation they never lied lectured the university before on Kristin things but because I was a mathematician they thought I have is dangerous right yeah yeah so I was talking about this and I told the audience they do all the ills packed full of people like tonight five six hundred of them all scientists from a very famous university knocking him to the dock inside the area sorry guys in high the university of what how could Jim going to dock little academic city just outside no sabemos and I told them this and I saw people getting really hungry in the from trouble and I don't like angry people in my audiences and I'm sure Eric doesn't either but I stopped and there was a fairly hefty looking professor in the front row and I said scuse me Sir I see you're angry what's the matter and he stood up and said you have told us that Newton believed in god kept her believed in called Galileo believed in god why were we never told this is the first time in my life I've ever heard that I said can't you guess where you were never told I mean it was quite astonishing and they were furious at the ignorance of history but there are many people in this country under the U. K. who have no idea that science as culture ozone five stepped to the Christian faith for a very simple reason in the beginning god created the heavens and the earth they are an intelligent product I'm because they're intelligent product people believe that science could be done the cause of would be thinking dogs thoughts after him so that's where I would begin this not for I damn buttons for it begins with our I would begin but here we are of course it's where I would begin if I were as bright as you but let me let me ask you when you say that I mean most of us are generally familiar with this idea that somehow today we live in a culture that would assume sciences buried god and on and on and on its way most of the people here more familiar with that by far then you're you know average person out there because this is the Colson center in the world the fourth weekend but maybe the question I can ask you is when did that idea cream into the west another words if if Kappler and Galileo and Newton and on and on and on and on were all Christians when did this idea creep into the west that somehow science and Christian faith were at odds I wish I was a better historian because that's a very complicated question for the simple reason that these streams and culture atheistic stream the theistic stream and if you want to add in the pantheistic stream how being there for millennia you go back to the ancient Greeks from home a great deal of wisdom comes to us at and you had roughly the big division that they exist in the western academy you have the those that felt the universe was route was ruled by an iron fate the Stoics that the word dogs they might be distant but there was something behind the universe I might be a divine Lagos and then there were the Epicureans believed and doctrines of times and that comes barreling up to us through history and to the twenty first century John for many many centuries those ideas were really absent from the west yes as they had been effectively abolished by Christianity by Christianity so when I mean I don't want to dwell on this but at some point they they found their way back I guess is it a combination of enlightenment thinking and then dar wind I mean I'm just well certainly I think probably people online sees things differently but the intake neutral and Newton was a genius of first order and he laid out the universe beautifully in terms of thanks and discovered that mathematics give us a brilliant description of how things work and it led to the idea that the universe was essentially a mechanical artifact and then people began to think well you know it seems to run very well on his own and we are able to research it what type of failing to any concept of someone who's seven going so the idea of god seven get going started to recede into the past so you ended up in the eighteenth century with a lot of day is a there is a gold away out there but he's not interested in the world and then of course you've got the enlightenment and the social situation and the inland was such that when you got the time of Darwin and Huxley there was more to it than simply using science to Betty caught Huxley who's famous he was furious at the existence of amateur scientists some of them were very brilliant bishop Wilberforce who challenged seven his idea was to have the church scientific to change churches and two spaces for they'd worship Sophia the goddess of wisdom and as I was helped along by the French and like them and because there they discovered that the best way to kill other people's ideas was to remove their hands and you have the up move away which was compounded and you know more about this than I do yes by.
"doctor john" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Doctor John Filippini the Danville disk doctor he's doing something very special for our radio listeners this month you heard the term the proof is in the pudding so what he's doing is offering a listener's his initial exam and one full Taylor treatment for you to experience what is office does for only ninety five dollars now if you've been suffering with any type of chronic spinal problem whether it's a bulging or herniated disc C. Attica spinal stenosis Warner rob at the now is the perfect time to seek out alternative treatment to the dangerous drugs injections of surgeries that in most cases may be completely unnecessary Dr Filippini reports that typical patience of his can get eighty to a hundred percent relief in just a few days to a few months that is faster than the recovery time from surgery he says with no negative side effects call today at nine two five nine nine nine four oh six seven to schedule your ninety five dollar examined first treatment or schedule online at Danville disk doctor dot com Danville desk doctor dot com so what do you do when you get this harder money what's your hedge what do you do to prevent to say there's some inflation when he going to do are you going to dive into the market now start buying stocks well some say buy low sell high what do you do I'm looking to gold and silver gold trading at about a four year low silver about an eight year low desert gold exchange give them a call today better prices lower commissions you can call around and check for yourself desert gold exchange dot com that's the website their family owned and operated so I always talk to Jean no matter who you're talking to you're talking to an older in the company of some guy downstairs working for those big firms reading a script in a basement tried acts Mart they always have some specials available make sure you ask about that when you call online desert gold exchange dot com these guys just know their stuff lot of people have been listening to us for a long time saying yeah does your goals change I gotta give a call eight eight eight eight five two four three four three that's eight eight eight eight five two four three four three desert gold exchange dot com ever wonder about the thousands of Vietnam veterans who served our country proudly the Vietnam veterans project was organized.
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"doctor john" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Doctor John Filippini the Danville this doctor he's doing something very special for our radio listeners this month you heard the term the proof is in the pudding so what he's doing is offering a listener's his initial exam and one full Taylor treatment for you to experience what is office does for only ninety five dollars now if you've been suffering with any type of chronic spinal problem whether it's a bulging or herniated disc C. Attica spinal stenosis Warner Opeth the now is the perfect time to seek out alternative treatment to the dangerous drugs injections of surgeries that in most cases may be completely unnecessary Dr Filippini reports that typical patience of his can get eighty to a hundred percent relief in just a few days to a few months that is faster than the recovery time from surgery he says with no negative side effects call today at nine two five nine nine nine four oh six seven to schedule your ninety five dollar examined first treatment or schedule online at Danville disk doctor dot com Danville desk doctor dot com so what do you do when you get this harder money what's your hedge what do you do to prevent to say there's some inflation when you gonna do are you going to dive into the market now start buying stocks well some say buy low sell high what do you do I'm looking to gold and silver gold trading at about a four year low silver about an eight year low desert gold exchange give them a call today better prices lower commissions you can call around and check for yourself desert gold exchange dot com that's the website their family owned and operated so I always talk to Jean no matter who you're talking to you're talking to an older in the company of some guy downstairs working for those big firms reading a script in a basement try next March they always have some specials available make sure you ask about that when you call online desert gold exchange dot com these guys just know their stuff lot of people.
"doctor john" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Doctor John Lott I hope you're enjoying the program I am I'm gonna jump right back in because it's just simply not enough time there never is Dr lot welcome back to the program we were talking about the Democrats the the Lopez column Democrats have been discussing the same ideas on guns for twenty five years it's time to change that as we were going to the break you were mentioning some of the fact that I find it fascinating that the homicide rates were lower prior to the gun bans that the others we never hear that we never hear anyone on any network talk about that we never hear that come from anybody who as you say when you debate them and I said it was because it blows their narrative out of the water is there something more sinister player is it that simple that was the is that really the reason why we don't hear it well I mean I think a lot of people don't have any actually make early cross sectional compare you know the look at a point in time the look at their country I mean newspapers make those comparisons all the time and so prized in your the people there that you know you would hope that when you don't explain something to somebody you know they have with little Kerr that their car that they would they haven't won a World later Pete order growth but I would try to come up with their own explanation to playing why that's wrong but okay looks like you don't know wars that man I ain't you know that makes it a weaker Pete I mean there may be most people are going to read they're not know about the argument on the other side maybe that's the reason why he writes that the way he does you know surely riding a lot of public health research which is what I mean broke the war on guns try to go through a lot of public health research very poorly done and log book you know it you know it's a lot of it just written further converted or people who are required to have the time or ever be exposed to the other argument in that that's too bad you know it's kind of like the old port it so I am the address the other argument and you carry into rate or the truth and but you know he he obviously another approach well I think it's safe to assume and this is just listeners just my opinion as the the radio host of armed American radio but when you hear what doctor light just sad it becomes very good if you were listening to me in the previous hour I think it's very safe to say that when an individual like love is like on German Lopez went German Lopez doesn't doesn't address the points that you're hearing doctor lot may we have to assume that that's intentional I I assume you can you can approach it any way you choose I assume it's intentional because he doesn't know the other side of the argument he doesn't mention it and he's trying to reach a certain individual and unfortunately there too many people out there who don't understand what it is John is saying because they don't hear it and because they don't hear it they suck this up in it must be right we have a higher incidence rate here you didn't you age you heard John say just in the previous segment he assumes based on the rate is nearly four times out of Switzerland that the civilian under threat that they're talking about per capita most people won't make that correlation they just hear what were read what Lopez says and they move on John as I I think from my perspective it's safe to say that that's what they are that that that is intentional but there's something else in this that also struck me hard core it what I took away from this is when he said the problem is dire the US with its enormous civilian owned arsenal of guns leads the developed world in gun violence that was the opening segment but he goes on in this and subsequent paragraph just a gun control policies that don't confront the core issue and that's what I focused on predominately in the previous hour the core issue that America simply has too many guns isn't that right I mean this to me proves what they're all to manage and is that there are just too many guns and they want America rid of god he goes on to say later in the piece and I'll get there with you in a second but Massachusetts but would you talk briefly about his thoughts were his writing there that America simply has too many guns right well I mean I'm sure there are lots of people are out there on the left what the gun control advocates who really want to get rid of god and are you know he's willing to go in there and I know her number your they would deny that they want to get rid of guns they would say you know we don't want regulation make things safer but you know it there's not a gun control regulation or probation that they don't support and you know I think it's pretty clear that they in our you know that they don't want to get rid of guns and I think yeah unfortunately I think it's the most vulnerable people in our society who will suffer the most and and I think the easiest way to look at the what happened to countries of the the band got I mean every single time the band either all guns are all hand guns you see increase and I'm a great the murder rate you know you see that happening every dark when it's not it's pretty easy to explain when you go when you ban guns it's the most law abiding good who will bear or humane takes some guns away from the criminal but if you primarily taken away from law abiding good you act to make it easier for criminals they're gonna commit their crime and then so you see an increase in and murder rate increase and then buy one car suicide quickly we've only got about a minute and a half left in this segment he referenced Japan for example there's suicide rate Japan or their murder rape or their gun death right suicide by in Japan is far higher than it is in the United States of America per capita yet guns are virtually banned in Japan yet they never make that distinction ever right yeah I don't remember seeing that in the heat but I don't eat talking about firearms who will win and which are true but as you say it seems like what one cared about is whether one commit suicide rather than how they commit suicide thank you again I will be making our early cross sectional comparison there but you know there's lots of different ways for somebody to go and commit suicide lots of different ways which are active is is using a garden and in many ways that are in fact a little painful they needed me to go you know in Japan when I will be in there couple time it's amazing how many people have been part of training in order to kill themselves she's in like almost every day when I was there last time you DO some new story about particular track being closed down for an hour or two because somebody that morning and the car of the train to kill them yeah I mean let me say this listener in in terms I will say John wall but it's okay apparently to this writer Lopez it's okay if somebody sucks on the tail pipe to kill themselves but if it's a gun it's bad if it's okay if somebody kills themselves in another fashion because they're not concerned about the suicide rate the concerned about the method used and.
Why Do Cats Chase Laser Pointers?
"Today's episode is brought to you by the capital one venture card the capital one venture card you earn unlimited double miles on every purchase everyday and you could use those miles tore travel expenses flights hotels rental cars and more just book and pay for travel using her venture card and redeem your miles tore the cost of capital one what's in your wallet credit approval required capital one bank usa n eight welcome to brain stuff the production of i heart radio whom he reigned lauren vogel bomb here it's hard to say whether human wielding a laser pointer or eight cat chasing the light is having more fun while you said chuckling on the couch twitching that six dollar device around near hand you're cat is experiencing real moments of her roic desperation and she leaps over the ottoman scrambles up the wall after that tiny speck of light she's never able to catch it's great exercise indoor cats but why the cats bind this activity compelling first daughters cats are attracted anything but allows them to stop pray even just play we spoke with doctor stephanie bornes we'll an animal behavior specialist at the veterinary medical center at tufts university she said the laser simulates the movement to praise so it attracts attention and gets the chase in pounce on it is certainly a play behavior in young cats and maybe an older indoor cats is well however it may also be brent expression of the predatory behavior that is if you will hijacked by laser movement wildcats feral cats and even you're sweet spoiled indoor outdoor kittens who sleeps under the covers with you are single minded solitary predators they're wired to spend a significant portion of their waking outdoor hours stopping their food in since indoor cats are often willfully under stimulated in this regard playing with a laser satisfies that predatory urge but it's just a moving point of light insubstantial obviously not mouse cats know that right from many cats the laser pointer is compelling in a way that makes you wonder if you two are at the same party well in some ways you're probably not but we also spoke with doctor john brad shot at the university of bristol school of veterinary science an author of the trainable cat cat sense he said it's unlikely the cats perceived alight from a laser pointer in the same way we do because in several ways their eyes work differently ars we both have eyes point forwards giving a similar abilities perceiving how far away something is but the similarities pretty much end there cording to bradshaw although cats react strongly to de red dodge produced by a laser pointer it almost certainly doesn't have anything to do with the color that's because pat eyes are not sensitive to the color red so they most likely see the light as white or yellow but cats are more sensitive to movement then we are because their eyes connect to their brains it's differently than ars bradshaw said i just spent this is the main attraction of the pointer for the cat the movement is really exciting and even when we think were holding the pointer steady slight tremble in her hands probably generates enough movement to keep the cat entrusted so laser pointer interests kitties obviously because it gives them something compelling hunt in the playoffs but some that are narian think laser playtime might be psychologically taxing cat as it has been constantly chasing chasing after something they'll never be able to catch some that say the skin leads neurosis which leads the symptoms like over grooming but bradshaw things not he said i don't agree that using a laser pointer to amuse you're cat will make it neurotic cats hunt their toys all the time and the fact they never actually succeed in killing any of them doesn't seem to do the cat any harm there may be a few cats become obsessed with laser pointers end for those it would probably be best to ration their exposure but for the average muggy a few minutes of chasing the red dot around department should simply provide some of these mental and physical stimulation the indoor cats specially need boeing's while agrees the theme main concern should not be what you're using to exercise their indoor cat so much is whether you're doing it at all she said insufficient stimulation is a serious problem for indoor cats cats are highly territorial solitary hunters spend much of their days forging for small prey animals i'm not advocating letting them outside to be killed he'll by predators are hit by cars but i do advocating managing their environment as one does any captive wild animal so they have the opportunity to do what they've evolved to do what does that entail a while explained regular opportunities predatory play an exercise feeding with forging toys safe opportunities to monitor wildlife front window seats plenty of vertical space and hiding spots should all be part of a tax environment cats are not or rather should not be low low maintenance pets to keep a cat requires effort in understanding to be able to provide satisfactory life and in indoor context i think the laser play it could be included in overall plan of enrichment today's episode is my windshield and produced by tyler clang brings productions i heart radio is how stuff works promoting this lots of other stimulating topics are home planet how stuff works dot com for more podcast my heart radio
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