17 Burst results for "Dr Ause"

"dr ause" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

The Sean Hannity Show

03:32 min | 10 months ago

"dr ause" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

"Hydroxy. Right now. Couple of weeks ago, started taking it. Because I think it's kind of a lot of good stories, and if it's not good, will tell you right. Duck to get hurt by it. It's been around for forty years from malaria for Lupus for other things I'd take it. Frontline workers take it a lot of doctors. Take excuse me a lot of doctors. Take it I take it. Now I hope to not be able to take it soon because you know, I hope they come up with some answer, but I think people should be allowed to. It's actually been around sixty five years. Tens and tens of millions of doses have been dispensed. Its first approval was in nineteen, fifty, five I just read the letter from Daniel Wallace again and he goes I Z. chloroquine is a very safe drug in forty two years a practice. No patient of mine is ever been hospitalized for hydroxy chloroquine complications, four hundred peer reviewed papers. Papers he's written the principal Lupus Textbook. He's a part of every Lupus, Rheumatoid Arthritis Foundation available and authored. also has authored numerous articles on anti-malarials. And then he went on the risk of taking four hundred milligrams of hydroxy chloroquine a day after a six hundred milligram single-day loading dose for thirty or sixty days, which by the way no doctor was giving for Cova Nineteen. The risks are nil, unless one has an allergic rash, an upset stomach going to believe Dr, joyless Bihar or Dr Pelosi or Dr, liberal Joe Scarborough I think I'll stick with Dr Wallace and probably the Association of American physicians and Surgeons that endorsed hydroxy chloroquine quite passionately and their peer reviewed studies. You know they went on to explain in great detail, hydroxy, caloric, winning combination with zinc and or Maybe beneficial in treating covert nineteen, especially, when used early they sight observational data China France South, Korea Algeria. and ninety one point, six percent of the patients treated improved clinically. They talked about sixty three deaths, fifty, two of which came from that retrospective study of the va which I told. You is very pop problematic. We. Know that countries also that have A. High Usage for to prevent malaria, or it's a malaria anti-malarial drug They didn't see that level of incidents that we see. Here in this country, and then you go through all the other countries that have been using it narrow a lot of them. They put it in their paper. You know Turkey and India Medical Workers people could. That have contact with infected persons prophylactically those. Their words not mine. Anyway Dr Oz and I talked about this at length for a long period of time. We were Dr Ause on his show on this show on my TV show. We were all asking. If if you have Lupus, rheumatoid arthritis and you're taking hydroxy chloroquine. and you can't contracted covid nineteen. Let us know. Now Dr Oz had a hard time finding people he did, but not a lot from what I last..

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"dr ause" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"dr ause" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Hey heard about this pill or I read that you shouldn't do cardio anymore showing lift weights. You're wasting your time. Well start looking at who's paying for these studies or whatnot. I have a I had a situation where I was asked to study. They reviewed sixteen really fit college students really muscular college on a piece of equipment, and they said after six weeks. How do you feel? We feel great. This piece of equipment is terrific. It leads to greater fitness. No, it doesn't for college age fit to begin with, so we really need to be careful. I think that there's also social media. Disseminates false news. And we fall victim to it. So that's another reason we look at this stuff. Segment, probably duck. Why do we feel do we want seem smart? Do we wanna seem like I know something you don't what you're doing stupid? Do we wanna seem like we're also helpful? Here's a new article that could help you. There's so much price. Is year. So I want those before you do let me before this statement goes, I want to more quips lies real quickly. So look at this, this coast from the Memphis commercial appeal. My brother lives in Memphis, nothing against Memphis. You'll street stabbing real article weight loss drug velvet seem safer, heart study says says Associated Press, and then look at this other one this reverse and human clinical trial. Look, we have here, a Harvard stem cell institute discovery right away. That means must be important that we have Dr ause. And that's not news. It's an ad. Advertisement at the top. There's question know. Oh, really? Next slide quickly. How do you read wisely? Ask yourself how large the sample watch for these words, I could or might or some who's paying was published that appear review study. We're just Huffington Post look for more than one source of information you always see it in one place. It's not good. Ask your doctor and get a second opinion and research determining cause or just observe this among fifty people. These are good. So what are these look for once more than one source of information, that's such as journalists say get three sources? So if only one places is reporting this. Let's read the original, let's see where else. It's being reported. Is it an journal? Well, it's so and so presenting this at the conference last month, presenting a conference doesn't mean it's scientific been reviewed by peers, great advice, Dr Mandel, identifying fake health news. And it's so good for your health to listen to these tips. He's the author of most recently, the link is what you think. Thank you so much for being here. What's the next time? All right. After the. Jeep, but the airfare costs of fortune Paris, not much closer. And again airfare. Let's face it flying anywhere is just too expensive..

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"dr ause" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"dr ause" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"I'd be all for that. You get convicted of domestic violence. You're you're banned from the NFL for life. You physically abused a child and convicted of it banned for life. Those two things pretty black and white. I think the NFL would get a lot of credit on that. Now again with the union sign off on it. I don't know. I doubt it to be honest with you. I truly doubt it because they don't they they always lean on the side of players. They don't want players not play. Let's just call it. They want them to be able to generate money, they probably wouldn't like zero tolerance policy. It's crazy as that sounds. But I would lean they wouldn't. But it's a fascinating topic. It's something the NFL needs to think about in this next CBA just to avoid these problems. You're convicted in the NFL you're banned for life because I do think some of these situations like Jeffrey Simmons saw the video during the draft that happened in high school. I am a believer in second chances. You don't weird about the sports media that they tend to skew extreme liberals? They never want to give these people second chances like an I guess I would skew a little middle of the road. But I'm more believer in second chances like how can you be extreme liberal and not be open second chances yet, you always want to let criminals out of jail. I'm always kind of confused by that kind of hypocritical. And maybe it's just, you know, most coaches and most GM's are believers in second chances now as long as you're talented, but it's the nature of the business. I do think the league's you look into it though. That's interesting. Appreciate everyone listening be back again later in the week that the figure out a way to start doing some interviews now mix it up a little bit excited for this time of year too. Great time of year three now podcast all your friends about it. Subscribe unsubscribe them subscribe again and just keep on listening. Enjoy the draft enjoyed talking about the draft and ceelo later this week. Hey, everyone. I'm Dr ause. I love getting to talk with you on my show every single day. But when the cameras stopped rolling, the conversation isn't over play decided to start a podcast in order to dive deeper into the issues, and ideas that I love sharing with you. It's health, unfiltered, my wife, Lisa will be joining me and together, we're taking wellness to the next level and having a little fun along the way listen to subscribe at apple podcasts are on the iheartradio app or wherever you listen to podcasts.

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"dr ause" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"dr ause" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"He doesn't handle the ball. He gets hurt a lot. He's not really a leadership DNA. I like him. He's a great player. But James harden is tenth. What are these players watching by the way, Luca Danni pitch at Dallas has eight. I'd take him over Anthony Davis. He can handle the ball and shoot. It's a guard wing league. I just don't get it. Yeah. I've seen a franchise built around Anthony Davis. How'd that work? Not great. And there were some good players on the team boogie cousins at one point drew holiday sometimes with this is why player should play coaches should coach GM's GM like all three are very hard individually. You don't want to jump into another lane player should not be GM's GM should not be like coaches should not be GM's. I had a I had a GM tell me this years ago. He said coaches are selfish. They fall in love with players because the players helped the coach he goes don't trust the coach talking about personnel. He goes coaches, a love a guy, and you're sitting there is a GM, and you're like got his contracts killing us, and he can't do but the coach loves him because the coach has a style the player fits the style. So the coach loves the player, and he's an average player. I just blown away by that. Well, when when you guys want me to do do we have Chris coming up? All right. Chris Haines around the corner. He's got some good NBA stuff. Chris break in all sorts of stories. Be sure to catch live additions of the heard weekdays at noon eastern, nine AM Pacific on Fox Sports radio affects one and the iheartradio app. Have you? I'm Dr ause..

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"dr ause" Discussed on Hungry Girl: Chew The Right Thing!

Hungry Girl: Chew The Right Thing!

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"dr ause" Discussed on Hungry Girl: Chew The Right Thing!

"And it makes you feel like you're doing something good. I feel like maybe what it is. It doesn't this whole this whole episode where all these habits of you know, stopping you're snacking little earlier choosing your food's a little bit more wisely being slightly boring. When it comes to what you're eating. These are all things that are going to help make you feel healthier and keep you on track. Just a little bit more. So hopefully, this has been a helpful episode of hungry girl. Chew the right thing. Do you feel skinnier already people? I feel like lost weight just sitting. Well, a lot of people listen to the podcast when they walk. So they're probably they're ahead of the game. I do house walk to podcasts not ours. But others you don't because you're noting the podcast. Yeah. Exactly. All right. Well that about does it which means this. This episode is coming to a close, which means we have to talk about all the great things that exist in our world. So the Sepah launches March twenty ninth. It's a big day because it's the last day that you can find the hungry. Roll magazine on stands in stores. It's not going to be front and center. But if it's in a bookstore and the grocery store where the magazines are the magazines getting pulled tomorrow, so get it today, also April first, I'm going to be on the Dr Oz show. It's a it's a good long segment. Dr ause cooking. We've got guests talking about breakfast and people waving sheep pens. It's a big Benza. So that's good. Also, our WalMart. Simply six treats truck tour is underway. Like starting now. And I am going to be at a bunch of events in Florida. If you wanna check out where the truck is going to be and then we're I will be because I'm only going to be at a few events just popping up in

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"dr ause" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"dr ause" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"I'm Dr ause I love getting to talk with you on my show every single day when the cameras stopped rolling. The conversation is over play decided to start a podcast in order to dive deeper into the issues, and ideas that I love sharing with you. It's health, unfiltered, my wife, Lisa will be joining me together. We're taking wellness to the next level and having a little fun along the way. Listen subscribe at apple podcasts are on the iheartradio app or wherever you listen to podcasts. I think a lot of times we think that, you know, Kobe. Bryant was good because he was chasing, Michael Jordan or LeBron good because he's chasing, Michael Jordan or Michael Jordan's. Good. Because he's chasing. Magic johnson. I think a lot of that stuff is just who he I think it all comes down to powerful childhood experiences. And and when you're young pre twenty five years old, there's not a lot of data. You're young a lot not a lot of happened to you by this point in my life. I've been hired. I've moved up had kids. I've been divorced as a lot of stuff packed in my life. But when you're twelve thirteen fourteen fifteen years old and the prettiest girl in school says I'm not interested and you ask her out to the prom. And she says, no, you don't have a lot of data that that puppy sticks. And when your high school coach doesn't pick you to make the varsity that never goes away, it sticks because you don't have a lot to clutter up your mind. And I'll give you two examples. Don't think Brady's chasing anything. And I don't think Jordan ever chased anything. They had unique childhood experiences where they worked really hard and somebody told them. No, you're not good enough. And I think it lasts forever. Here's Tom Brady. After winning three Super Bowls. Married. Do a supermodel. Five hundred million net worth beautiful kids after winning talks about draft day. And look how deep and powerful. It is. It was hard. I remember taking a walk with my dad mom around the block, who's just a tough. Hey, you know, I just remember being there with my mom, and you know, they just were so supportive of me. And they take it as emotional as I do finally when the patriots call. I was so excited, you know. I don't have to be an insurance CEOs made. But again, he's not chasing. Money's not chasing Peyton Manning. You're not chasing Joe Montana. He's proving people wrong that gets you up every morning. Michael Jordan similarly, wasn't about the pistons. Wasn't about magic. It wasn't about the money for Michael. He tells a story during his hall of fame speech. And then there's Louis Smith. Now, you gotta think that's a myth lever. Smith was a guy when I got cut. He made the team on the varsity team and easier tonight. He's still the same six seven guy. He's not any bigger. He's his properties game is about the same. But he started the whole process with me because when he made the team, and I didn't I wanted to prove not just to leeward Smith not just to myself, but to the coach who actually picked me Rover me, I wanna make sure you understood you made a mistake dude that stuff is deep and you're not overly cluttered in highschool, and you don't have a lot of life experiences. So when you have a negative one at sixteen or a negative one at twenty manage it's the whole world, it's your whole world. And that stuff stays with you for ever. And it sounds a bit comical when you listen to get over it. But so we none of us. Do we all have something happen to us that? Moment where everything just shifted. And that's what you make a decision. If you're going to let that drive you or consume you and or a mixture of both of it towards something positive or negative. Right. You know, what it is? It's the fear of that feeling that they had a team or that feeling that he had when he wasn't getting drafted coming back again. So it drives you everyday to not experience that again, but ten years ago, there was a sixty minute story with Larry Ellison who runs oracle Oracle's, a massive Silicon Valley company. He's a billionaire, and he was talking about his childhood, and nobody believed him and his stepdad..

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"dr ause" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"dr ause" Discussed on KGO 810

"Same language? Boy. What's a love language will bring in Dr ause and discuss. Oh, no. I'm punching him a war. I'm telling you right now rolling around. And I want to talk about what Lindsey Graham said the other day on the whole FBI stored the big breaking FBI story from the New York Times every week. And he ain't happy about it from the FBI side. Interesting. Why is he gins Justice is pro presidents being agents of the Russians what because that's how it's framed on the media, Jack. And that's all I know about the world is what I hear from the media. Are are are kind and benevolent and truthful overlords over the mainstream media briefly because I teach this the I keep hearing about this this teacher strike. It's a big deal to second. Biggest school district in American. Essentially on strike again. And it's always presented the same way. In every newscast. I ever hear teachers striking because they want more money period industry or the classrooms are too big. Nobody ever talks about the other intimate. Nobody ever even brings up how much money is spent on education in California, or in that particular school district and where it ranks to the past. It's higher than ever. And where does the money go Jackley nobody ever even brings that up? How much is spent what is it spent on? And how has that changed in the last say twenty years that you'd think you would want to know that to even begin to form an intelligent opinion about complicated story, let alone getting into this is what the teachers make here compared to other teachers? They don't even go there. It's just an assumed teachers need more money in their getting screwed. So anyway, back to you. Jim, right. Right. Way to look into up stand up for the tax payer. Nobody ever does. That reminds me very much of the the scam that happens in your state government over and over and over again, or they get you to the polls to pass a bond issue or vote for tax always a temporary tax temporary tax would have funny phrase. They always get you do to fix the roads. And then they get into their committee room shea. Well, the last thing in the world, we're going to do is fix the roads. And then they hand out the money to they're cronies and the rest of it. And then they come to you two years and four years later and say, oh, we really need to create. Tax temporarily to fix the roads. And you're thinking what happened last time? But that's how they get your government. Keep voting for bigger government mailbag. Is criticizing journalism. No. We can get better government is with better journalism. God. Doing a little research. How much does the school district in New Orleans taken and tax money? How much good they spend per student. Teachers make do a couple of different cities in compared to LA is it higher lower. I don't even know what you should look into years approach tip. Look at budget for B S, L English as a second language moving along. You can Email us anytime you want mailbag at Armstrong and Getty dot com. If you have an opinion you'd like to weigh-in in agreed, disagree lavish praise bitter criticism. There's something we ought to be talking about you want to send it along. Mailbag at Armstrong and Getty dot com. Hearing your weekly shower thoughts daylight is compiled by looking curriculum rich and Salt Lake City who is rich in Buffalo New York this week. He's on a business trip. That's right. We have listeners.

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"dr ause" Discussed on LadyGang

LadyGang

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"dr ause" Discussed on LadyGang

"We're back. Okay. So it is Christmas day, and we want to give you a gift which is something you've been waiting for. And we haven't we haven't done an allegedly because we've been doing it a little bit on the TV show. But now that the TV shows on a slight hiatus. We are these good to eat. Yeah. I hit them. Okay. Here we go. Are you ready? Ladies, ready, ready? Dr Oz has announced he has the secret to the hangover cure forever doubtful. I hope I off never have to alcoholic drinks in a row. All right. I'm Marty you have to have a drink and then a water a drink, then I'll never get drunk ever. You follow that meeting? You followed up for the first drink, and then you get too drunk to follow that rule. Well, I'm just letting you know, Dr ause is telling this is not like a new incredible discovery. But people have been continue. Okay. Well, next those that's it here. Welcome Miley Cyrus used to. Smoke weed regularly, but she decided to quit in the spring of twenty seventeen. But she started smoking weed again, thanks to her mom Tisch because apparently allegedly Tisch loves to smoke, the ganja's her name, not Trish. No nice thing to pronounce Ganga. Tisch loves the Gandara. It is. Dish Trish, Trish, Cyrus notes. Tisch the Ganda the gonyea engine gone, call it Ganga. But it's not it's gone. I don't know happy majlis back into the weeds. I've been trying to get off the weeds. It's hard. It is hard. It's really hard. A very interesting experience on weed that I'm saving. Oh, yeah. You gotta say. Yeah. Okay. No way to really bring it all for the episode. It's going to be worth it whenever you get your doctor friend on here. Okay. I well. Okay. Are you guys going to talk about are things or at all? No. I'm just gonna read these out, and I realized other day that I there's very few days that go by where I don't either have like a drink or smoke weed. Oh, really, I'm on this funds right now to cleanse the plant paradox. So yeah, I interviewed that guy. And do you think he's legit? I don't know. He told me I can't eat tomatoes, which is like the only by you can't. Because apparently, there's something in the end tomatoes bad for you. I'm like a tomato. God things in this world that are bad for you. You know what? With that attitude that I'm going to be let's not going to be able to do the cleanse. Can't supply. You're not eating tomato. Here's what it is. I'm not doing. Thanks. And fruits that are off limits, essentially fruits, they're like, you're an idiot. If you're eating fruit because guess what they do is apes they feed apes fruit like store up fat for winter. So fruit is like the dumbest thing to eat. Unless you use for it is delicious while it's delicious. But it's nature's candy. And then why would God I'm sorry devil's advocate. Why would God put fruit on earth? If we weren't meant to eat. It puts a lot of poisonous things on earth to there's serial killers here. So let's kill their nobody's this thing where the plants are actually creating defensive mechanisms from being eaten by animals. This is like millions of years. So it actually does make sense. Okay. Godspeed. So while you're on the plant paradox. You are not doing weed or drink. No, it's hard sleep. I barely sleep. She's fairly. I can't like when we're on the plane to New York, I cannot sleep without something to knock me. Me out you need a so as on you are also really in that tape, and yes, you're running that tape that you can't sleep without. If I did that for awhile CBO, you know, to do melatonin doesn't do anything for me really but taking with a pill. It's effective. And like putting on curb is like the white noise of the familiarity of it. You just have to like get your day. You have to make yourself very sleep deprived for a while. I did that Newark in did you sleep? Okay. No slipped worse. I'm just so hard to be someone in your bed. So oh, okay. Bacon for all chess..

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"dr ause" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"dr ause" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

"So my goal is to kinda give them an overview at this course of some goods about the ugly as I call it and really understand. What's what what we need to do? What we need to look at because they're finding it on face flip. They're finding it everywhere. They look and there's. A lot of challenges with it. The biggest he brought up Dr ause not me. What do you think about him in general when every talks anything dental? I mean, I'm not an expert in all the time. But when he's talking dental when you hear Dr also dental, do you think he's right on or right off? He is a credit authorized surgeon if he focused on what he does best. I think we'd all be in good shape. But he pretends to know everything about everything and he got us all in trouble couple years ago when he started giving everybody a hard time about the fire white collar lately, he has a thing on his website. And he's taught he's actually telling people to rinse their mouth with lemon juice from a real limit. But don't do it for more than thirty to sixty seconds. Or the Rozier t- what in what planet? Do we as dental professionals one our patients to be rinsing with lemon, juice? Okay. He just he doesn't know what he's talking about. When it comes to dental, and I just get nervous every time. He. Brings it up. And then the problem is he brings it up our patients the at and then they come into our office and start asking us questions about it. So I try to talk about some of those challenges and make sure that everybody understands where it's coming from. So here's another example. This didn't come from Dr ause, but on Facebook is an example. There was a big thing that every dental hygienist was passing around. It said don't use it tooth paste with a little black strip on the end. That's black that it's all poison while I called Colgate. I called crashed. I called on my friends. I said what's this black strip on the bottom? They will started laughing at me. They said that's the line that we they lined up on the conveyor belts, fill it with with toothpastes. It has absolutely nothing to do with what the chemicals are that are in the toothpaste what the composition. It's so lots of wrong information is getting out there. And I'm just trying to give people give the clinician the information. The tools they need to make the right decisions to their patients in. Anti goes questions when they come up. What Bruce sent of Americans. You just consider Basha crazy. I. What would you guess it's eighty twenty eighty percents normal twenty percent or crazy? Do you think or reverse? I'm not getting into a political conversation. No, no, no politics. You just just bat shit Claes. I think our home countries become so crazy. I mean, I I got patience at are like chain smoking alcohol IX and the looks of their skid something else wrong, and you tell them they need deep cleaning, and they need to get this tooth out. And they got infection. They start telling me they're going to take a bunch of beat six and twelve I I had a guy yesterday. I saw him. What his problem was. He says well before I do anything my mom's or selling me, I need to go buy fish oil. And if I just take six fish oil a day for like six weeks, it's going to clean out an it's like, it's like are you from a different planet. I mean, it's just I mean, it just seems water for Asian. I worked on the campaign to forty water here in eighty nine than expired twenty years, and we had to do to get and one in four people in Arizona, literally believe it was a communist plot. One guy told me that the floor is a byproduct of the aluminum menu miners, and it's so toxic. There's nowhere on earth port. So they bribed the government officials to porcelain water. I'm like dude this country has detonated eighteen hundred nuclear bombs. Don't you think they could go where they detonated a whole bunch of nuclear bombs and pour the floor there. I mean, I mean what what part of their mind. So I I haven't convinced what to water fluoridation base at one in four Americans are in capable of any type of scientific thought or reasoning. I mean, maybe even. Hire that I've been involved..

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"dr ause" Discussed on Threedom

Threedom

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"dr ause" Discussed on Threedom

"So you it just it just was something where it's like oh shit. They're real. And they're all around there watching me. But I would hide things often like that. I didn't want to deal with right? I'd like a sandwich then I didn't eat. And then I put it in my closet, and then it was and smell green dust by the time. It had just been like so molded how it was just you didn't want to take ticket to the kitchen. I tell him that. I didn't need it in my lunch or something. And so I just hiding CASAs of eating it. Did you forget about it? Yeah. And then I found it. And then I was like, oh, no baggy. Yeah. But it was just the most disgusting. We're there worms and stuff. And it was just a peanut butter sandwich was really just like covered in loss. Aw. Being in the closet. He also thought that my dead. Great. Grandfather was in there. A lot of times in the closet. I remember. That's why you which in there. It was all scary things I sold man. I like would be in bed and just if my doors open a crack, I could see him in there. 'cause it was the only. You saw his dead body. Yeah. Did you kill him? Yeah. Yeah. No. I was like four when he died. And so then I was the first flick funeral that I remember too. And then so I remember seeing his body, and then and my took photos that was the thing they took. Is that proper Debbie that used to be common practically taking funeral? To send to our Greek relatives. Okay. Which is very weird standby the grave. Do I smile? Let somebody recently who was a friend of a friend. We were we were all at dinner together. And the person had to tell the waiter. I'm deathly allergic to olives which I'd never heard before. Got divorced. Filled even bring you up. Schuler? Conversations to your impression. But she so she I like she can eat olive oil. But she can't she can't such outside of an olive or so she was ordering. A glass of wine, and she said could you please till the sneaking a bite, by the way sheep. She she apologized. She said, I'm I'm sorry for what I'm about to say. Because I know it's very annoying. But could you please ask the bartender to watch his hands before pouring wine if he's handled any olives? Right. And she said, I I'd never heard of this. And she said, yeah. One time I went to to Greece. And I went into a restaurant, and I told them I'm allergic to always can't go to green. Yeah. The person said would the person why did you come here? You wouldn't be able to do anything like everything would have been touched my that at some point every every by live. It's drenched in all of juice. Wow. Yum. Dr all medicine. Dr us. Dr ause speaking of which your first lunch pail wizard of Oz. I have remember that from last episode. I had a marvel. Superheroes lunchboxes you. Yeah. Lower the super who were the superheroes on the fantastic for of course, all four of them all four they all they got them altogether. Wow, cares to pose for this lunchbox. That's like on Busta rhymes and he brought up the entire flip mode squad. I couldn't believe carry your lunch bucks in your hand..

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"dr ause" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"dr ause" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"Me how to read in the book the secret was radio. I don't wanna talk to you about food chain radio in a manner of moments because I think there's you're one of the things that I must declare here is that your radio guy. In addition to being kind of like me, I'm a broadcaster. But I'm also a farmer, and you are as well. So we have that in common. I think that's helped you to get a sort of spin on this that is reunion. And that's why I wanted to have you here to review what it is that you found Michael Olsen is this on this week's American family farmer. Let me spend a moment helping you to change the way your innards are working I'm conscious of this this week because I had a little operation and what I'm told to take for cleaning up. My system is not going to be good for my gut. So what do I do to make sure that my gut is? Okay. I drink two cups of life change t for the next week instead of one to keep my colon working. Well, so I won't get sick. Because once you cleanse, the antibacterial stuff, the antibiotics will clean out all of the bacteria Goodwin's bad ones gunzel. So you need to have the good stuff would back in. So that your system will work the proper way it can take this. Advise me these stories been told on TV forever. Dr ause loves to tell stories like this. There are a lot of people who don't know much about how their system works. You'd think that they you know, when they figure out that they're not feeling well, they would figure a way to fix the problem. Well, not so much any rate. I would like to have you as a listener to this program..

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"dr ause" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"dr ause" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

"I hope dream and pray that everyone in life has a person like Dr Oz in their lives. I want him to be my friend. Well, he's truly fascinating person, but you know, that's only part of his story. The other part of the stories he has a heart, the size of Alaska. I mean, he's just a fantastic guy. What I asked would you ask him any work done? I mean, he laugh. Okay, so wait, absolutely fantastic. His skin looks flawless. Heels Buta like an acid seal or something about it. And they said, it's because he took all that vacation in the summer. He went away to Europe. Remember actually took time to relax. He never does that. So he we do need it himself. He looks ridiculous for those of us like me who don't have time to take that much vacation. I've got a great surgeon for you. This fierce jaw this Gialle. I've got a great surgeon for you. Tell you what thank you Dr. Ause for being our friend, but he is everyone's friend. He means nothing but fantastic. He gives us all fantastic reasons to be curious about life and just learn new things from people in open our minds. Hey, something weird happened with producer Jake. Yeah. So I saw this happen if you moms ago straight. Nate. When up to you to you have a hair on your forehead and you were gonna pull the hair off. He was filming as he does for all of our interviews, and I see this hair and I thought you doing nice thing. It might be blocking his vision to tach to his forehead. It's like it's like an inch and a half. Eighteen inch and a half. Connect. Just now noticing this house have insanely long eyelashes. My hair must grow in strange ways, but this is nowhere near your eyelash line. This is a hair on its own. I can't even see where it is though. I mean feel like blowing, where's it? I've never noticed forehead hair blow the wind. Oh. Who's gonna pull it out. I still can't see it. So long, wrap it around your ankle. Walk it out a surgeon. I can't see it. You have to pull it out a picture of this before we. Okay. Get any. Where is it? Come on. It's a an ancient along no inch and a half. Still. More than a half long hair. Look l. is entire eyebrow. We try to get this one hair, the bodies thing. Okay, here's a, here's another weird thing about body hair like that. Sometimes you pull it out and you think, well, it's just what I see. It actually is coiled under the skin for a mile. That's great. Yes, Garrett, you know, who's guilty of this too? Scary Jones. His nose hair comes out all the time in wraps up outside of his nose up. It's like a vine event and scary. You gotta go in the back and pluck that one knows hair that's coming out and around and I didn't notice. I was poking me in the I think the the eyebrow syndrome where you get the crazy, what is it? The doctor Dr eyebrows? Oh, yeah. A mad scientist. Because it's not there. One day you'll pluck your eyebrows and then two days later you go back because seven inches long for that happen hair grows very quickly. It's like, you know, those party things you blow and they unravel unravel. This is this one is this one hair just going to grow back now on my forehead. Maybe maybe who knows just keep an eye on it. I don't think it's going to be just one. I think you're going to have a whole. Sprouts. That will keep an eye on it for. All right. Thank you producer Jack shit. You dropping by. Oh, and to get into sound salad? Yes, Garrett go tonight. Your last night show. Mendes stop by and Jimmy Fallon. The roots they got together with some toy instruments to give treat you better. Beautiful..

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"dr ause" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"dr ause" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

"The morning, Charlie is going to be here tomorrow. Dr ause in Bazi on the way, and we welcome great t the frat boy, how you doing around head what's up, everybody family. Happy, so happy feeling good. I really feeling good. I am. I'm just I full full of energy lot of rest and bodies coming around good focused losing not know that God. So I call old incisions everything for the light, Bo that all it's all been healed and my my swelling is going down. So nice body started coming around just like the doctor said, yeah, pretty good for you. Excellent. How you doing? I'm gonna great move. I was thinking as you walked in with your big smiley face, what's what's my excuse for being in a good mood. And even though you know, this is one of those days where stone crap at me. I'm taking it like a pro. Hey, it's good. I feel like it's gonna be a good. I'm going to be on NBC today. We'll talk about that artists minute. Why are you in a good mood today? Gandhi, I wanna get mood today because like I said earlier, today's day I'm going to not be homeless anymore. I'm getting a place. It has to happen today. I think no idea and yells happy her Yankees one night still minute froggy while you in a good mood today. I'm going to good mood because last night was fun. I'm looking forward to something my son's doing today. And that's really about it. Too personal to tell everyone what you told me on the way in. Hello. What'd you say. Hearing being you're saying, oh, okay, we'll we'll fix Gary. Why in a good mood today? Because Friday is one day away. I'm excited. I'm really excited for the weekend Fridays, five at his taco day. We should all be good. And you know what I know these things may seem hokey to you. It's national whatever day. It's national chocolate Eclair day. I typically abide by our suggestions. I will be eating taco or two today. Maybe on Tuesday. You talk. Oh Tuesday, but it is national taco day. I'm not gonna fight it for tacos on Tuesday. You're going to do it again today. Right? Yeah. Why not? Okay. Who said you can have tacos more than once every day, and maybe they're trying to get us to tacos. And other days, other than Tuesday. One, we open our mind taco day today. It's also national vodka day. Yes. So was yesterday and the day before I know what's going on with that. It's national vodka life. All right, Daniel, it's your first report of the day. What's going on? All right. Your career and boy band, BTS man, people are loving them so they are actually giving us their first s outdoor concert at city field. This weekend, people have been camped out for days. Some people remember that like the really crazy storm. We had the other day. Some of the fans were there during the storm waiting to get their tickets to see these guys will know BTS alive. They are listening to us in their village city field here in New York, but I know but they're not going to be there until Saturday. Sunday. Yeah, summer. So Sunday, Sunday Saturday Night. Live been camping out for day. Yeah, they've been. They've been there for some people been there for a while most week. It's crazy. The first time someone actually felt good about being city field. That's there. They meet them going to be all sweaty eiderdown rained on, but their fans are called the army. So shout out to the army, and this concert wasn't even supposed to happen was wasn't originally on the schedule, but because they had sold out shows, they're like we'd better add something. And so that's how it happens. So yeah, everybody's waiting to see them on saw Saturday. The rumor was the beach is was thinking they were thinking about dropping by here tomorrow. What happened? Why don't know if they show up? They're gonna show up. They're not going to give us any warning. Okay. So did you see this? There was an article and it contained grammatical errors, and all kinds of weird quote from drew Barrymore. It was in one of these airline magazine about this and it turns out drew mad more. Never did the interview. Fake this interview with her. Now our people are working on this to figure out what the hell..

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"dr ause" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

04:42 min | 2 years ago

"dr ause" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

"She going to defend the tweet which I was saying the other day. It was a one tweet Roseanne put out in ABC's to lose millions and millions of dollars, right? It's a, it's a history of racism. It's a history of ridiculous political notions. But the the tweet specifically was Moselm brotherhood plus planet of the apes equals Fiji, Valerie, Gerald. Black woman. And obviously to me, she's calling the this black woman a monkey. So sh- show Roseanne's on this show Dr ause saying, first of all, I didn't even though she was pats hair claim. Now she she had this full mount on some other things like bedrose. Like keep saying that while on ause she says, I thought she was Iranian. First of all, I'm talking about the Iran deal in the how, how it's going to ruin Israel and how it's anti Jewish pizza. That might have been the first part of her tweet because the first part was, yeah, brother play the apes and play the. She says, the stuff focusing on the word apes. She's talking about the movie having to do with uprising against your oppressors. So when you can't explain anything to me and your job is getting words perfectly, I call bullshit. But let's go back to her saying, she believed this woman. Valerie was Iranian. Okay, lot long ago at all on her personal YouTube channel. She says, she thought Valerie was white. Trying to talk about. I'm trying to talk about back the. The you've told me this three hundred times. You know that a my tweet about a, no, you've explained. This was. The bridge was why. Everybody's laughing, but that's the clip that I was talking about. I got it wrong, but she's not. She's not laughing to be. No, she's, I mean, she's like mentally called and asked me to explain my egregious and unforgivable tweet. She puts them. I thought, Valerie Jarrett was white about forty minutes after that. My show was cancelled before. Even one advertiser pulled out, and I was labeled a racist. Why you ask? Well, the answer simple, it's because I voted for Donald Trump and that is not allowed in Hollywood. They already knew you voted for Donald Trump. They already knew in the reboot of Roseanne. Roseanne was going to be a Trump supporter. So many people in Hollywood voted for like that. What's so annoying? Like onions, anything, cans, nanna land. It's like it literally is so many rich people voted for Trump like in Hollywood. And then she brings up the Ambien. I took an Ambien and I've talked to people and people people have made breakfast in full turkeys, eight it. You know, the story. Like I heard a friend of a friend that made a full Turkey, so that's about four hours eight and woke up the chicken bones on the wall. So why are you bringing up that you on Ambien? When you said this tweet, if you just explained how the tweet wasn't evil, you just explain your tweet was misrepresented. What does that have the do with fewer high on cocaine? You're standing by the right way. You meant the tweet, who cares what you were on them was advocate. No, it's it's. It's too much. There is no devil's advocate anymore because I can't care this much about someone else's mishap. That's what it comes down to even if this is an doodle and and and even if you have a series of doodles, I can't care this much because because I would have been fired from a job and I would have been like, all right. And I'm not rich and I don't wanna be like, oh, you're richer, fine. But you stand, you stand behind a lot of this, but I'm supposed to get your back when you don't stand behind it. And then when you flip flop back and forth, I can't care that much all make up with norm Donald set an interview. Just let them talk more and take. Don't make up what we're saying. Bar meant. Wait for her next interview. I heard the norm Donald interview in full on Howard Stern. He was there to apologize for his comments about. Fending Louis CK, saying Louis c. k. lost everything in a day in these women victims didn't have to go through that. He don't will Dan repeated exactly in no way. Was that print article misleading? You don't have to make up the fence. Let them talk more. I also have to mind that I think everyone's brain essentially eventually might work like mine. I have to.

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"dr ause" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"dr ause" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

"Heard ABC announce the new season of dancing with the stars, I was dying because our friend Bobby bones, he is dancing with Shauna, the girl with the bright red hair. She is my favorite. I was I wanted to ask, but now that we finally know someone really well who's with other than Barbara Corcoran. I wanna find out if like a romantic relationship. Oh, which is sizzling between Bobby bones show. What's your name? Saarna. Sharon, she's hot because how can you do those sexy dances without like, you know, I don't know. There has to be. You have to happen. So what can we do to make sure Bobbi bone stays long as possible vote for him every single time you watch, and by the way for Disney fans, Milo, Manheim is dead thing with Whitney and Milo was your lead in psalm bees over on the Disney channel and there's an other people on the list to if you wanna check them out. A lot of people know what it has ever before. So good check it out. So I just tweeted out this article at Daniel minero Justin bieber's manager scooter. Braun used to worry the Justin would kill himself. He was actually on a podcast called the red pill podcast. You said this? Yes. He said there was a time when I would go to sleep almost every night when he had the money to fly away from me, and I was worried every night that I was gonna lose him said, I thought he was going to die. I thought he was going to go to sleep when night and he would have so much crap in his system that he would not wake up the next morning. He goes on to say, you know, the Justin is obviously clean himself up that it had to be a decision that Justin made because they all did interventions right before his DUI arrest. They wanted to try to get him into rehab. You didn't wanna go. So now he is okay. He's not doing any drugs and he's saying that he had to save himself the article. And the interview is really interesting. So if you want go to my Twitter again, is Daniel minero check that out. Roseanne Barr is going to be talking to Dr ause about Ambien and what it is done to her and her rants on Ambien. So if you are using Ambien might be something you want to check out. It's going to be next next week on doctor Oz. Let's see. What else do I have for you? If you're not watching Ozark, please do because it's so damn good. Thursday night football gives you the Bengals and the ravens. You also have a little match game season. Finale Queen of south is on. Jay leno's garage is on tonight. And of course you wanna watch our boy Jimmy Fallon because he's in central park..

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"dr ause" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"dr ause" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

"Los Angeles. You've seen him on TV. It's been around for many years. He was in the strangest car accident was yesterday headed up on TMZ and everything. Okay. So fill me in on the details. I'm still not believing what happened by very drunk driver in Calabasas, which by the way the Kardashians lift and he confronts the guy, the guy still sitting in his car and the whole son of his car is smushed in rent. He pulls out of a bottle and starts chugging away after he had an accident, a drunk driver, he rented a big boy, and then he whipped out his his, his absolute started drinking, and then big boy standing there new here, going dude, still drinking. He hasn't all video. So then. Show up, try to get the guy out of the car, his pants fall down stumbling all over the place. And it's just like, I, I. Seven a bad day. You can't make this up like this is and the key could've killed himself. He could have killed. So many people. Big boy was very lucky where he was very, everyone was lucky, but the I mean, even if the cop showed up, he still chugging away on his own. Away from that with them, the cops went to take the bottle away from him while his pants were on the ground upset with the cops, they were trying to take his liquor away from while another day. I know. I know you thought strange things only happen in Florida. Hey, let's take it to California, and that's a nice neighborhood. Calabasas is a very well. You know what. Anybody can drive through. Anyway. So that happened a big bowl yesterday. Now I was having lunch with Nate yesterday, but we went to a whole list of things at this something. We have really great lunches where we actually come up with great things to talk about on the show. Yeah, the differences we actually wrote them down yesterday. Yes. Good. Here's the problem. Here's a thing. We were sitting there and all of a sudden in the middle of sentence, Nate, we're talking business and they all of a sudden he goes. What's wrong with you. And he says, I had that that shiver get that shiver. They said, someone's walking on your gray. I heard that it's a ghost walks by. You is what I was taught. So I had that shiver and I'm like, that's so we started talking about it and then the z. our favorite bartender goes there. Well, there's a ghost that's in his building goes at the Bill may of walk by because I always heard that it's a ghost that walks by. Not that somebody step in and I'm sure Dr ause would have an explanation physically, you feel this this thing, because in your body, something happened or whatever, so, but don't you ever get that weird that weird cold feeling and your your goosebumps come out and you shiver guardian angel? We don't know. Actually, we all have our assumptions. But I don't know it happened but to see it happen to him. I thought he was having some sort of convulsion. Yeah, there's no reason I wasn't cold. The temperature was perfectly fine. I'm not sick. There was no reason for it to happen and it just happened. It says these are called spiritual chills, psychic chills, close attention to your surroundings when it happens. It is a sign from the angels of a message that needs to be conveyed will hold on. Let's not pooh-pooh that there's a message they're trying to convey. Shiver isn't enough. I'm like, tell me more. Could be a warning saying here. It's really a tease I agree with you. I won't know. But wait, maybe something occurred that you did not consciously notice at that time may. This is this could be it a confirmation. It says, if you were contemplating a decision in your life and you didn't know which way to go. This spiritual chill can act as a confirmation may act as a positive sign from the angels about a decision you are about. Out to make or a new phase in your life and you're about to move into a new house tomorrow. Okay. Maybe at stretch, maybe I just ordered the right thing on the menu. I don't know. No, you know what? The texters are saying what it was. It's the ghost of the girl. You murder? No. Exactly. Answer me now, did you did you murder that girl? Elvis, I didn't. I'm not a murderer. Okay. So anyway, so that happened. And then tooling around on Instagram, whatever..

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"dr ause" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"dr ause" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"And activists aren't your best source of health information a lot of calls and comments from twitter jodi says we've had a couple of medical issues in our family in the last few months and had unfortunate experiences with several medical professionals very hard to trust any of their advice so why not try dr ause another says i suspect one of the reasons alternative medicine is appealing is because the people practicing it in quotes tend to be much more attended to their patients and spend more time with them that means a lot of people who are suffering from suffering from something that seems to not have specifically proven solution william is in mildred phil virginia georgia hi william i hope i got that right yes jane thank you welcome thousand twelve might highly educated daughter was forty two and discovered she had aggressive colon cancer and she put off conventional treatment for almost a year because she personally knew a man who built an industry on hands on haley and when she finally agreed to he said his trade with work if you had chemo radiation when she finally agreed to it she spent the last fifteen months of her life getting the treatment and stuff and she died in two thousand fourteen but she knew this man since the eighties he was one of our college professors oh but anyway what a story so she also being highly educated she spent a whole life going with.

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