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"dr bauer" Discussed on The Highwire with Del Bigtree

The Highwire with Del Bigtree

06:16 min | Last month

"dr bauer" Discussed on The Highwire with Del Bigtree

"Visit clip by dr david. Bauer he is. He is elite on a study that he's going to be talking about but he's he's a heads up. The irony virus replication laboratory at the francis crick institute. And here's what he had to say about. Immunity vaccination take a look so the key message from are finding is that we found that recipients of the pfizer vaccine those who've had two doses have about five to six fold lower amounts of neutralizing antibodies. Now these are the sort of gold standard. Private security Antibodies of your immune system which blocked the buyers from getting into your cells in the first place and so we found that. That's less for people with two doses. We've also found that for people with only one dose of the pfizer job that they are less likely to have high levels of these antibodies in their blood and perhaps most importantly for all of us going forward is that we see that the older you are the lower. Your levels are likely to be and the time since you've had your second job as that time goes on the lower. Your levels are also likely to be so. That's telling us that we're probably going to be needing to prioritize boosters for older and more vulnerable people coming up soon especially if this new variant spreads boy not very good news from 'em aren a specialist right there boosters are coming and what else he found. That study was the increase of a person's age. And also the time that has elapsed after their second booster correlated with a decrease inactive those neutralizing antibodies for. Not only the delta variant but the beta variant which we used to be called the south african various. There's two of them there And obviously they called for boosters at the end of that study but you know scientists acting like this is a big shock like these are new findings but again if anybody's been watching the high wire we cover this back in august of twenty twenty. Take a look at this. This is the new england journal of medicine. This is the evaluation of the m. r. A one to seven three vaccine against stars. Koby to in non human primates. Now this is obviously this is coming from the madonna vaccine which is got the nih patents in it. This is what they say ciro. Conversion was rapid for binding. Antibodies occurring within two weeks after the first backs of nation but pseudo virus neutralizing activity was low before the second vaccination which supports the need for a two dose vaccination schedule now. Is this what you're saying. What they're talking about is the first shot really just created binding antibodies which could lead to this immune enhancement problem and it wasn't until after the second shot that we got the neutralizing antibodies. Is that what they're talking about there yet. That's what that looks like. This graph really shows that so the binding. Antibodies are there right away. It's a neutralizing antibodies. You really don't see a big jump until you get that second shot and without that you don't have protection against the virus to have that window. Where potentially you could have antibody dependent enhancement from the vaccine. It's amazing jeffrey to look back at that. And think as you're saying now it's like big shocker. We said that. I shot even remember when the whole world was saying you know. Let's get one shot if we can't get two shots and but let's get the one shot now. This scientist today is pointing out that. That's going to be a problem. We pointed out all the way back in august and this is just some people that are tunin. that don't fully understand what we're talking about. When we looked at the trials you know one of the issues is binding. Antibodies don't do any good when they say well we've got a lot of antibodies being produced their binding mta bodies. They're just going to grab onto the virus and actually sort of act as their friend and like waltz them in through the security into the building you do not want that you want the neutralizing antibodies and so all the studies were showing that was almost no neutralizing antibodies at the first shot. You had to get the second shot but then the question we were having then was how long those antibodies going to last. And if they start to wane do they drop back in that place. Where all they have is the binding antibodies. You're hearing dr newish wander. They're talking about antibody dependent enhancement one of the reigning theories and that is where the vaccine actually helps the virus which we saw all the animal. Trials helps make the animal. Sick and in many cases died the enhancement caused by the vaccine helping the virus. Kill the animal. That's what we're really concerned about. We've talked about it sort of the entire year. But now that we hear these antibodies or waning as fast as they are from the scientists it really becomes a new concern right that ten weeks in after your second shot. Could you now be vulnerable for that. Antibody dependent hansman because you're neutralizing. Antibodies are disappearing very very scary stuff you know and now we are being backed up on the obvious science. That was here all the way back in august news now reporting it like it's a brand new thing i guess that's the difference between the news and the high wire and we're going to point that out clearly today right and we don't have to go searching very deeply for this. It's all over the news. It's not just dr bauer and his study his institute we have it right directly from the headlines of the guardian out of the uk their own study says uk scientists back cova boosters as study finds post jab falls in antibodies. It goes into talk about. Scientists have backed proposals for covert boosters. In the autumn after blood tests of hundreds of people. Reveal that protective. Antibodies can wayne substantially within weeks of second of second vaccine shots. Being given a listen this it says the uc l. university college. London virus watch study found that antibodies generated by two doses of the oxford astrazeneca or Visor by one tech vaccine started to wane as early as six weeks after the second shot in some cases falling more than fifty percent over ten weeks they had a six hundred five people in this study. Mostly fifty sixty year old. So we do. The people are supposed to be protecting that were at the really high mortality rate for this virus. So that's an interesting a really interesting fact but the studies keep going. here's another. here's another headline. This was published in the journal. Nature reduced sensitivity of sars covy two variant delta two antibody neutralization in. Here's where we talk about that. Immune escape it says serum individuals.

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"dr bauer" Discussed on The Highwire with Del Bigtree

The Highwire with Del Bigtree

06:32 min | Last month

"dr bauer" Discussed on The Highwire with Del Bigtree

"Right and we don't go searching very deeply for this. It's all over the news. It's not just dr bauer and his study and his institute we have it right directly from the headlines of the guardian out of the uk. Their own study says uk scientists back. Cova boosters i study finds post job falls in antibodies. It goes in to talk about. Scientists have backed proposals for cova boosters. In the autumn after blood tests of hundreds of people revealed that protective antibodies can wayne substantially within weeks of second of second vaccine shots being given elicited. This it says the uc l. university college. London virus watch study found that antibodies generated by two doses of oxford astrazeneca Visor by one tech vaccine started to wane as early as six weeks after the second shot in some cases falling more than fifty percent over ten weeks they had a a six hundred five people in this study mostly fifty and sixty year old. So these are the people. Were supposed to be protecting That we're at really high mortality rate for this virus. So that's an interesting really interesting fact but the studies keep going. Here's another here's another headline this was published in the journal nature reduced sensitivity of sars covy two variant delta two antibody neutralization in. Here's where we talk about that. Immune escape it says syrup individuals having received one dose of pfizer or astrazeneca. Vaccines barely inhibited. Variant delta administration of two doses generated neutralizing response of ninety five percent. In in ninety five percent of individuals with titus three to five fold lower against delta and alpha thus vary delta spread is associated with an escape to antibodies targeting non rb d. rby spike epochs as receptor binding domain. While suggest the slight shift in this variant now this delta is throwing this vaccine all out of lack right. And that's when we were worried about doing these talking about this early on was if this thing does shift because we have everything was point towards those alfa those initial strain so what happens if that spike proteins shifts in the wrong direction. We're seeing this and so let's go right directly to now. Rachel wolinsky the director. The cdc listen to what she's talking about just recently On this topic take a look. Okay and just last question. Because i know they're doing it in europe you're not cdc director of europe. I'm sure plenty happy about. But they're issuing health. Health passes there right where you know you can go to a disco or a discotheque as they like to call it there if you have a health past. Is that something that the cdc would ever lead into or perhaps advise here. I think some communities are doing that and that may very well be be a path forward. I do wanna sort of comment that in some fully vaccinated venues If there are people if they're unmasked and there are few people who are transmitting there be as a fully vaccinated person. It is possible to pick up disease in those settings. We've seen that in some of our outbreak investigations. This summer which is why overall it's so very critical to get the a huge amount of disease and some of these areas down. How do you plan on doing that. When after what she said. I mean that is the most incredible statement i mean i would say you know and when we started talking about this show we were gonna talk about this. Push for vaccine passport. Clearly our country is is falling other nations in a very very scary direction when it comes to our constitutional rights as citizens and free people walking the streets going to restaurants going to movie theaters. That may very well be under attack but slowly. This story started shifting right underneath our feet. As the absolute destruction of the belief in this vaccine is taking place but was she says is incredible in an menu of fully vaccinated people with fully vaccinated people. That are transmitting fully vaccinated. People will catch this virus and fully. Baxter then people will transmit which is why we've got to get this virus under control. Well clearly the vaccine is not going to be how you're going to do it. I mean this is his section amazing admission. By the the head of the cdc frankly With all the lies that i see coming out of our regulatory agencies. I'm kind of impressed that she's admitting total. And complete failure of this vaccine the way she is right and adding the passport as the answer to that just i guess so we know. More people are vaccinated with a vaccine. That's failing to stop transmission. Okay but speaking of that. Here's everybody's favorite doctor saying it. As plain as day plane is day. Take a look at this. Okay now that we have a delta variant that has changed the entire landscape because when you look at the level of virus in the nasal firings of a vaccinated person who gets a breakthrough infection with delta. It is exactly the same as the level of virus in a unvaccinated. The person who's infected. That's the problem. So those data or very compelling and that triggered the change in the cdc guideline. I mean were even pass like it's going to knock down the virus a little bit. He is literally say when we looked in the nasal passages from someone vaccinated. That's infected someone unvaccinated. It's the exact same amount of virus. It's indistinguishable there is no difference. The vaccine is clearly no effect on these individuals whatsoever. That is i mean because what they tell us about well it lowers since it's gonna you know you're having less of a of an effect. It's not as strong as if you run back soon. Clearly that's been thrown to the wind. Too i mean i. I'm shocked that we're even sitting here that there's a working vaccine program as we still. We have a vaccine program in play. While they're saying this right right. I wonder if he even meant to say that. Part out loud. I heard that but they just loud begging. Give him a couple of weeks. Maybe my backtrack that one flip so what we're really talking about here is we just talked about what the vaccines doing now. Let's talk about the natural immunity really freight train and we. We've been reporting on this for over a year now. Study after study after. Study showing natural. Immunity is robust is durable. And that's exactly what the headlines are continuing to show so. This is the latest headline here. It says natural immunity after cova. Nineteen found durable robust. It says here. This new study shows that most convalescent cove in nineteen patients. Mount durable antibodies b. cells in t cell specific stars covy.

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"dr bauer" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

09:22 min | 4 months ago

"dr bauer" Discussed on WGN Radio

"In the upper sixties tomorrow Saturday and Sunday, looking at partly sunny skies with temperatures in the mid to upper eighties. And now your money on WGN. It's been a good day for the markets today. Right now, the Dow is up 211 points and has deck up to 21. The S and P 500 is up 44 points. Jordan burnt field on Chicago's very own 7 20, WGN. Hmm. Time to talk to Dr Michael Bauer. Medical Director. Northwestern Medicine Lake Forest Hospital. How are you today, Doc? I'm doing Just great. And how are you? Pretty good. Pretty good. We got some warm weather, and that's pretty awesome. I know one of these. Are you enjoying it yet? Or you don't get out much. Dr Bauer. When I found you. Asking about the weather, and then I lost him. No, I'm here. Oh, there you are. Sorry, sir. I thought we thought we lost you there for a second. I asked if you're getting out enjoying the weather. I certainly hope so. After a long day of clinic actually going up with my family for a wedding in South Haven, Michigan for the weekend, So should be nice. How about that? Weddings are beginning and I went to my first wedding. What two weekends ago was a three It's interesting to see you know, it's the weather cooperates. You can have weddings now. Outdoors, too. So it Z. You know pretty fun to see couples who in some cases have waited for a long time just to have this Are now able to do that, right? Yep, that I also learned my valuable tip from the day listening to your news. Be careful What you say on social media What we tell our adolescent patients every day. Yeah, it's true. Why? Why were you saying that Which did I miss the story? What was it? Yeah, that more along that The U. S Department of terrorism, I think is going to start policing social media even more. So, um, it's common sense What you put out there is there for the world to see. And it's important lesson for younger members of the family to know that it's sometimes they feel like they don't care. But they Zaleski in. That is an important one to learn that that's part of you for the rest of your life For sure. Hey, dr Bars. I wonder if you could just sort of clear up the mass policies. We saw the CDC come out and issue it's guidelines. And then now you're sort of seeing Cities and municipalities kind of adapt their own rules and then businesses are in a whole nother category. Some of them are requiring mass even though you know it's it's not necessarily required. What can you tell us about what you're seeing out there? Remember, this is some new guidance and recommendations. They're not laws and they're not public policy. And what I want the viewers to no end listeners to know is this is not a reversal. All of a sudden by the CDC. But it's all based on new data and new science that has come out. I do think it caught a lot of people off guard, including the government officials, but it really just emphasizes the progress that we've made in how well these vaccines really work. This is what we've been after We're getting to the point. Now where we've discovered that fully vaccinated. People are safe. They're safe to go outside. They're safe to take off their masks. They're safe to not have to follow those other rules that unvaccinated people still do off social distancing and masking because the likelihood that you are going to get cove it is exceedingly low. And even if you do, we have to differentiate an infection from getting Sick from it the likelihood of getting sick and hospitalized. It's it's remote at this point, and we do know that the chance of you passing it on is extremely extremely low. So this is exactly what we've been after. This is why we had to go through all this. Let the vaccines do their work. And now those that are fully vaccinated. Get to take advantage of that. They're still our local rules with government municipalities, etcetera. So, um, any motive transportation? If you're on a plane, train bus, etcetera, you still have to mask schools are still requiring masking. I believe it's soul necessary in government buildings, But outside of that People should feel really good that are vaccinated that they are winning the war against Cove it in a personal battle still remain a little bit different. It's interesting because you're also seeing these stories creep up of people who say Okay, I'm fully vaccinated. And yet I still don't feel comfortable taking the mask off. There's the psychological impact of Cove it and it's It's had so many different effects on different folks. But one of the things you're seeing now. I mean, I don't know this one guy has been interviewed by everyone from CNN, and he's basically still wears his goggles his and 95, then his cloth mask over. He's been double vaccinated, and it's just sort of this sort of condition where he feels like He doesn't feel safe. And so that's where he's at. The moral of the story. There is, let's be respectful of others. It is going to take some time for people to get over that fear. You know, we have a saying with vaccines. It's very easy to frighten people and scare them. It's much harder to unscathed them. And so for those that were really very strict ID following the guidelines, it may take them some time to feel more comfortable in those settings in that Okay, It really really is. But for those that are ready to take off their masks and feel free again, they should be able to do so very, very comfortably. Dr Bauer. I'm sure you've seen that the travel is back up again, not for business travelers so much, But for leisure travelers that people are book indications the EU is announcing it's going to be opening up for vaccinated travelers from the U. S. There's a will. There's a lack of the Vegas Strip is open again. People are planning trips again. Anything you want to tell us about travel? Are you traveling? First of all, Do you think it's overall safer? Any any things you'd like to tell us about if you're planning travel in the months to come, So I think one of the fortunate things we found Anna was that airplane travel really was quite safe. The airline industry did a great job. The rate at which they would exchange the air that was in the cabin and run it through those help HEPA filters You did not hear about the spreader events on airplanes. People still have to mask on them. So the bottom line is you are pretty safe. If you're going to go through air travel, everybody stole must mask Since you asked. I'm gonna be going out and doing we claim this a while ago in Zion and Bryce in the next two weeks to go do some outdoor hiking and canyoneering and we have absolutely no fears about getting on an airplane being in an airport or going and doing those activities. The bottom line is be safe. Be aware of your surroundings, but feel comfortable with traveling again, especially if you are fully vaccinated. I can't emphasize that enough. Speaking of vaccinated being vaccinated. We know that kids 12 to 15 have been getting the shots and I wonder if we have any data now to see how they're doing with it. Anything standing out there as That segment of the population is now getting vaccinated. Yes, we have over. I think that the statistics were over 600,000 that first week of that age group, and to no surprise. There have been no issues with it. No differences in the rate of side effects from the 16 to 25 year olds or the adult population. There's been no adverse events and no significant safety indicators have gone up, so it should be full speed ahead for that age group, you know, and it's so important. That we continue to vaccinate everyone and work. Dr Bauer. We lost Dr Bauer again if you get a call That's a very able to hear us here. Finish your thought. I can still hear you. Yeah, I don't know what's going on there. It sounds almost like You're getting a call or something. And during that period of time, we don't We don't hear you. You were no sorry. Are we back? I'm no. Yeah, we're here. Oh, good cherry about that What I was saying it's so as we continue to ratchet down the age groups lower in lower and we expect hopefully by.

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"dr bauer" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

06:29 min | 1 year ago

"dr bauer" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"That could have the bubonic plague if you had it tested? No, but Dr Bauer are buddy. I sent me a taxes, said no plague here other than Kobe, OK, so you don't have to worry about. That's what he said listens in Colorado. That's what he said. And I trust him with all things medical. So do I. But it was a dead squirrel in my backyard with flies around it. And Chuck it over the fence with a shovel. You didn't just over? No, No, not with your old may Well back in back in the day back in. You know Sharon Gill. I would have picked it up. You were never a glove guy. Catch No, no, he would never touch it with coarse. But like I got nervous when I read the stuff about how you catch it is from like fleas, right have been feasting on the dead varmint. Right? And there were there were flies everywhere. And like I was, I do recall swatting flies away. But not sure if there was any Nat's why that Carmen brought up her Miller was it who brought up the issue that did it fall out of the tree because it had the plague. And is that the reason why it and initially died, But that devour says No. So he says, no plague here. That's what he says. It's good, you know, I mean, yeah. You know, I'm gonna believe Dr Bauer. I love Dr Bauer. A bit too calm too many times recently. Okay, Really? So for kids issues for me issues for s O. I trust him with a lot of pay. And maybe you should. Maybe the two of us should pay his cellphone bill for the month. Probably. Yes. So you should kick in for it? Yeah. Did you see that? What's his name? Brett Veach, who runs the Runs. The Kansas City Chiefs has come up with another signing. Yes, our guy, right? Yes, the the young man who's a town to defense for the Kansas City Chiefs who stopped by our dinner table when we were having a nice dinner with Michael Wilbon. You and Wade could let them out of the bag now that he was the guy who came up to us when he found out they were from Chicago, and he thought the Bears were going to get camp. He was convinced of that. Days before he would dominate his Super Bowl, and we basically asked, How did why is that? And what did he say? He knew he well, he didn't tell you. We never asked him right. If I remember correctly, we never asked how he knew it. He just I said, or he said, does you guys think you ham if I recall, though, there was some editorial there? What we thought out our quarterback situation. I thought, you know they're wass. He? Yes. He thought that the coaches wanted to move and he was right. They ended up going for Nick Foles. Like He thought the Bears were going to get camp. Yes, anyway. Chris Jones has signed a contract with Kansas City Chiefs says here for your deal worth up to 85. $1,000,000. So that's like 50 million guaranteed, wasn't it? I'm looking right now. Hot list isn't so hot today. I say that to you. I mean, it's it's cool because it's I think it's it's behind a little bit of Keira and Myles Garrett is Myles Garrett is finalizing a 125,000,005 years, $125 million extension. Sources are confirming with ESPN the deal's worth a total of 144 million over seven years. That's on top of the two years that he has left and he's not under suspension anymore. He's ready. I don't think so. By signing the deal, Garrett would pass Chicago's Khalil Mack as the highest paid defensive players in average annual salary. Yeah. I mean, Julio makes 23 a half 1,000,000. Yeah, and I still think it was worth it. I know he did down here last year. I think we talked to Louis Riddick just now, and he talked about when you have a professional pass rusher on the other side. Going to help everybody. I'm with you. I've been telling you that all along. In fact, one of the days you were off Miller and I basically had a screaming fight about Robert Quinn. We yelled at each other for about 30 minutes. Yes, Yes, we did. And again, That was pro football. Focus his fault. I blame them. You lost that? Well, I just You know what? Well in in pass rush, suing his pressure's his pressure's highs, Anybody silverfish wins. This's what happened. Pro football focus. And what do I always tell you about pro football focus. You take everything with a grain of salt? Well, that I like pro football focus, But they're just one of my tools in my toolbox. Right? Like a lot of tools is a Captain Hook's too about no, no, no, no. Smith to bag nuke. But what I'm saying to you is not a Penis. It's it's It's something I used to make my football decisions. It's part of the equation. I put it into the calculator, and then I get my results. But it's not the end all bill, but it's part of it. Profootballfocus basically raided Robert Quinn last year as a below average player and Robert Quinn. There was only I think eight guys in the league who had more Saxon, Robert Quinn last year, Robert Quinn only played 14 games. Like so I Miller and I started screaming at each other because I was like, Well, you know what you and I and I and I laid it out on the line. It's very beginning Sit like I like Pro football focus. Focus, but they're not the gospel to me. And then Miller started yelling at me about it, and I just said places. We know that we're not trying to back into this argument we've done help. My point will point was his. I thought pro football focus was off track when they said that Robert Quinn was a below average player last year. So then a Luna's the day went on in my in my football temperature began to rise. I did some research. Robert Quinn had the best win pass rush win rate of any player in the league. That's right. I always remember that you are right, Sylvie your football smart. I am, and I like the signing. It reminds me of field going after closers where he's he's being forced over pay for a lot of these guys who could be a little risky because he's created his own problem, And I feel like because of Ryan Pace, creating his own problem with Leonard Floyd, he's had over pay for a guy..

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"dr bauer" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"dr bauer" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Clinic radio health minister on jul St once considered alternative for unconventional complementary therapies such as acupuncture and massage are playing a bigger role in everyday medicine we have a big focus on pain right now we can't totally control pain for patients even with the best medications surgeries so what we have to offer well we start looking outside of that conventional tool box we can look at things like acupuncture massage Dr Brent Bauer is the director of research for the Mayo Clinic integrative medicine program or care remains rooted in science we have about twelve hundred different studies published on acupuncture not just here at Mayo Clinic but across the board so we can say a lot about the science behind acupuncture and that's why we integrate into our practice Dr Bauer says there are other things out there that are very exciting and interesting but don't yet have that level of scientific evidence to support for more information talk with your healthcare provider or visit Mayo Clinic dot org warning if you're drowning in debt you can't afford do not let the credit card companies trick you into thinking that you have to pay it all back because you don't what the credit card companies don't want you.

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"dr bauer" Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"dr bauer" Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

"I am on a podcast called the cash PT podcast with Dr Aaron lower and. In common. We have a coach we have a business the same business coach or used to business coach my my very first business coach ever now. We're just really great friends, and we keep in touch. His name is Badri Culion. He is a multi multi multi multimillion dollar, man. He has one of the fasting fastest growing fitness franchises in the world. It's called fit body boot camp he with over seven hundred hundred locations internationally. He also is a consult consultant and coach to the fitness profession. He is our mutual friend. And he Aaron is a current client of bedrose is. So he he being bedrose connected us, and we got to do this interview on the cash PT podcast. So I I hope you guys enjoy he asks lots of background questions. Lots of great questions about the differences and similarities between the medical model and the dental model. So I think you'll find it interesting. Yes. Have a wonderful day. Like, I said, please be warm please be safe. And we'll talk to you very soon younger back gases Dr Bauer. Dr Mark cost is my special guest today. I'm bringing you someone from the dental profession who is killing it. He's doing a great job amazing job with multiple businesses coaching cetera in I know, Mark through my coach Badri shout out the Badri Badri. Can't stop talking about remarks verse time to come with us and drops knowledge down the show. Thank you so much. I mean, yeah, Badri is one of my favorite people. And he's mentioned you several times. So it is my absolute honor to be on your podcast today. So Mark, I gnarly wanna have you on the show for the reasons of like Badri saying, hey, you need to get this guy on. But you know, as physical, therapists, there's a lot of things that I think we could do better that I see people in the dental profession during and so I wanna spend some time talking about. That aspect of the business because we're missing something. Just like I feel like we missed something that chiropractors get that dentists have because of how you're you're of you guys have like these you're almost like your own island as a profession versus where we came as PT's as physician extenders, you know, if years ago, we got out of that. But it's still the way the practice model work so to give everyone will background about who you are what you're doing. Can you just? Kinda briefly cover like have you get into dentistry? How'd you get an how'd you get into private practice? What what was the steps that ladder the pivotal moments? Led you down that pass. Yeah. Yeah. Thank you for. Thank you for the question. I never had dentistry on my radar. In fact, I was considering physical therapy considering being a physician. And I moved from Tucson Arizona to southern California. When I was fifteen and a half years old. My very first varsity baseball game big kid gets up to the plate. The starting left fielder at the time Jackson in my direction. My previous field had a warning track in a padded fence, this particular newfield that I wasn't used to playing on had neither of those two things. So I had a full speed collision with my face into the left field fence, I broke my jaw lost most of my upper front teeth in that kind of led to sixteen months of rehab in every different dental specialty and plastic surgeon, and and you know, physician that you could think of and that kind of got my interest peaked into dentistry because I was amazed at what they were able to do with my face in between plastic surgeons and all of the dental specialties they put my face back together. Now, I have a a nicer smiled ended prior to the accident. So that kind of sent me on this journey this past that I walked after that it was no longer..

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"dr bauer" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:50 min | 2 years ago

"dr bauer" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Emergency plumbing service draw comes back into the flames zone to Brody over the hammock along the right boards passing across the rink. Good. Drove racing into the hawk zone down the left wing side fired a wrist shot that Murphy deflect it up into the protective netting. So we're going to get a whistle and a face off in the hawk zone to the right of deal. Again shots on goal in this period. Twelve to four. Favor the Calgary. Flames Blackhawks haven't had many opportunities. Now that's the zone. Dr Bauer Calgary Flames in their plus thirty one goals gift ranch. So coming into the third period of tonight's game. At another one too that off the face off. Brody got the puck left point long snap. Shot deflected on goal turned wide by Delia Cahoon with the puck along the right boards hawk zone. Pass up the left wing for Saad that MRs and slides into the flames zone. Good roll. We'll pass it up the right side Monaghan at center ice. The back end flips it through the air along the right boards in the hawk zone for tried to clear it out my hand picked it off the drill left circle. Told her actions kick save made by Delia, and then a split save made by deal on a follow up shot by Monahan. Getaway tastes to center ice. Right. Went front of the benches stepping over the center ice Red Stripe. Stop and dump the puck down the boards in behind the flame get off the line of camp, debrincat and Kane out there. Now Jarnac carries through center ice for the flames over the hawk line tobacco on top of a left wing circle. The puck behind the net. Keith Knox it up. The slot. Anderson. Coughed it up here. Come the hawks two on one by Kane over the flame line white suckle fellow slot. Can't save is made by the frigate behind the button on the right clinical turns and fires Hannah Fave. Made by Riddick with the pad paint. Got the puck back along the right boards carries. It out flips it to the left wing boards to Keith Keith turns dropped to the cane now to keep what point back to Kane tactic. Keith chips it down to debrincat bottom left circle sharp angle shot over the net rounded goes to the right point Augusta. Sun, spins it, down the boards to the right wing corner to Kane. And what do we got here? It's hot side both sides, right? Get out into the neutral zone. How that was a late. Call. It was great hustle by backlands through the neutral zone. It was a two on one coming straight off the ice cream break. Patrick Kane knows the two guys you want to have the two on one and debrincat quickly moved it over to Patrick Kane. But I'll tell you what Michael Battlin put his head down. And he came right through the middle of the ice to cut off that passed but an excellent job on the back. Check by back then actually blocked the shot coming through. Now, the flames get the puck back in there in San Bennett carrying to center ice, but the puck over the hawk blue line to Brody, but we get an offsides called here against the flames. Now, six fourteen left in the third still three to Calgary. Faceoff will come to center ice. The Blackhawks are home tonight here at the United Center extending to delivers the best in home wifi experience. Click or visit and expanded these store today. Seems like the Blackhawks. It had a whole game a while. But they officially did have a home game. And that was down in Notre Dame. Blackhawks were the home team in that one tweet here at the United Center for a long time. Seabrook from the right point flames zone. The Davidson left point snapshot that flex up off the glass Jankowski moves it around the boards of the left wing to Bennett. Push the puck out front of the benches and then Drake ca Chula back to get the puck in the hawk zone. Prior to pass ahead to strong flame line office. Tickets show lost his stick flames into the hawk zone. Led by Lynn hall, a long shot from the high slot area. Walk away by Delia here. Seabrook far corner hawk zone. Lifts the puck out the center ice Hannifin loves it drops it to a stick tried to feed. It ahead for Lindholm picked up by Davidson Detaille through center ice over the flame line down the left wing shoots in and out of the glove of Riddick. Tamika the near corner to the puck moves it up the right side to lend home at the flame blue line and he'll lift it through the air down into the hawk zone. Murphy back to collect the puck behind the hawk net. Passes up the right side to side at center ice racing into the flames zone down the left wing. Stopping beside the circle. Dave will drop it back to the left point. Nobody was there. Puck slides down to the hawk blue line. Connor Murphy back to get their Murphy in the hawk zone. Drops it between the circles dalstrom camp at center ice put it in over the flame line to debrincat, and this play has ruled offside we have four forty nine left in the third. Hawks trail the flames three two two can they tie it up and send it over time and earn a point find out after this break. This is Blackhawks hockey on seven twenty WGN. Blackhawks player disappointed. It begins with the winning attitude and strong teamwork that same mindset repelling the village of Bedford park forward with.

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"dr bauer" Discussed on The Jim Jefferies Show Podcast

The Jim Jefferies Show Podcast

03:50 min | 3 years ago

"dr bauer" Discussed on The Jim Jefferies Show Podcast

"I'm not payments or anything. So. I wasn't getting any fucking treatment, they Jack. Do you still have the messages? No, she unmatched me and it wasn't anything that means they'll disappear. Harry's you fucking. How does your catfish on match you like this is going nowhere because I was on them where you went to. Takes it for three days after being you. You are. I know you are like with you junk. It's gonna be like, you know, when you drink a lot of alcohol and you holding holding holding, then you have a piece and then all of a sudden you piecing every five minutes, I feel like the next person you fuck. Then it's just gonna be just pussy out the push up the pussy. I feel like you're young. You're going to break the seal. The next one you're gonna fuck. And then it's just gonna be like Kubota. And then another one, like it's to get in a rhythm and feel competent, and then you're gonna get your heart broke, then you're gonna meet one that that that you're gonna fall in love with, and she's just going to dump this shit and then you're going to get hard and. Yeah, then you start to and this is your future, Catherine, then you're gonna come into my office and you're going to be like bitches be something or something like that. That'll be should be translated for your advice. And I'll be like, I'm in love, Jackie, speak to me, and then I'll get dumped and then you'll be coming on. There's there's someone for everyone. Yeah, you will. You will. There's some guy I'm gonna find the area granddaddy. Oh, Pete Davidson common. Thank you. Let's any love story on of these days. Romeo and Juliet about current generation that there's some guy that I guess is like trying to find his name right now. That is one of these people that helps guys get laid with those with the books and stuff. And those he's like, he's like, Will Smith in hich is a how to get laid guy. I don't know pit us a Wang. You wouldn't get the noise. You'd get fucking douche bags douchebag douche bags, or I dated a douche bag. And then, oh, she does this back douche several douchebag so so any my ex girlfriends who listening, it's all of you. He teaches the school for scoundrels classes and he thinks he can get anyone laid Jack has got to be the NAR tester. This sounds like this sounds like a great digital project and that was a movie and might be it's do this autumn it. If I literally, we call this guy. This side project with we, the show want even throw a little bit of money on it. Jackson, we. I can. I can. I have the ability to do that in my position and you're little money to pay this guy and put them to work and record. This whole process was the guard will do it for free. But like I mean, like you're buying your main human reworking for me, right? We'll buy the outfit that I don't know this guys, the best guy, he's the best and it will have like an eighties montage get outfit ready for Jack on his business, spins. And we're all shaking her head. Nope, that's not the one yet. That's there's like some song playing over a montage dodge, and then we're like. Song as like, let's get to work. Dr bauer. Clean clothes, jober dober- and he comes out. We all shake our head the same time. No. No, no. We all look at each other or the outfit. It gets a haircut, and he spins around on the chair where like thumbs up. Each is on different types of facial hair. Oh my God. Yes, let's yes. I think that's a great project. How about speed dating with Jack, but there's the only person you're doing with Jack, so there's like just women? Yeah, they going to shut up all the stuff. I mean, I have plans projected. We'd do something every weekend show..

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"dr bauer" Discussed on Well This Sucks

Well This Sucks

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"dr bauer" Discussed on Well This Sucks

"Trying to figure out like this is dr bauer is like she's a great therapist gonna find her dr well yeah okay well when the billions when we all have our infinite pool of fire out women and in pool of money one of those like infinity pools just money it's just money money just fill the falling out of it yeah well it just looks like it's falling off a building back cycle back god that'd be gusting crow suit smell weird seat smell so weird if all those germs i always thought about i don't know if it was this a my head more sties swimming applause spaghetti what i feel like that was in a movie like some adam sandler movie or something like a pool of spaghetti can you imagine like swimming spaghetti can i was like tomatoes dream tom oto he's our friend he did the music for podcasts the guy get him on here yeah well does anyone have any more questions for benita we made you real really teach us a lot yeah thank you my favorite to grab everything else about this tells about this about this literally my favorite thing to do so what are you working on now some now i'm actually developing a documentary about sustainable she's combining all her power filmmaking seems like the most natural route which is like weird to me that i didn't think of that suitor run just like brewing this storm was brewing spring.

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"dr bauer" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"dr bauer" Discussed on RobinLynne

"God gave monarch monae nine you'll be my mind my not done what are you will be applied on time mongia's that flammable got got guy gunawan talking about the ongoing bumps now by your hangs on ground bumbumbumbumbumbumba gone not got your long blonde flung around phnom guy dot com 1000 according to gallup poll not by your bob pumping nightmare i thermal daniel no not portable jubal the big horn dubai no party there are no longer thought the bag trump don't be oh john oh more equipment that you would think no way salaries title 1000 got got down i got off guide a problem god i'm gonna why don't you aren't on now by northerns on the home depot new guy nick not doddrell down guide gone brown wandering follow your problem now why your earnings on round bob bomb bomb may be more nine guy john nato no no problem with know lord guy i do not do don't break mitchell thornlike star bono spiralling auriongold proudly no no no rush by did not want thought x i'm board myopic all conventional dot glen he got that we thought here let me while you're dumb buying more pop up got it guy copyright god god we're your palm mind your home bob why you're done to god that not me let me while you're dumb why northern on round bob that kind of guy knock on gun guide gone shopping dr bauer yo the bomb not buying your thought on blah blah back yard mc.

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"dr bauer" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"dr bauer" Discussed on RobinLynne

"The life it's not of coal legal snell bring them by south tyrol worth it be known land now when i give the button delays with of of that though day i'm the man now only pulled up s the dow brought up during palumbo columnist no balance started a label but the make a ban party sources them my car dortha god tho bad pulls out all private martin pour la audie thornton them on doggone the dortha as osibajo to die from up out of god on so bad at all looking at you hate is my rear view mirror god the in the mirror monthly than i am not on lannevere dotted around the tunnel near the name of boys joe behind even appear did they quota dry they think donald kerr mozgov dino comment a man who love ariring joe biden are sorry driving down as being dragged catalan went on my if i recommended did on john battle patrimony again mind bodies dortha somewhat dog dog in tall further thoughts of bondothe daughter dr bauer told alwatan all friday rupaul three rd thornton them on the dortha is oddson dealer today about a guy dortha old paul dang.

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"dr bauer" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"dr bauer" Discussed on RobinLynne

"The life it's not of coal legal snell bring them by south tyrol worth it be known land now when i give the button delays with of of that though day i'm the man now only pulled up s the dow brought up during palumbo columnist no balance started a label but the make a ban party sources them my car dortha god tho bad pulls out all private martin pour la audie thornton them on doggone the dortha as osibajo to die from up out of god on so bad at all looking at you hate is my rear view mirror god the in the mirror monthly than i am not on lannevere dotted around the tunnel near the name of boys joe behind even appear did they quota dry they think donald kerr mozgov dino comment a man who love ariring joe biden are sorry driving down as being dragged catalan went on my if i recommended did on john battle patrimony again mind bodies dortha somewhat dog dog in tall further thoughts of bondothe daughter dr bauer told alwatan all friday rupaul three rd thornton them on the dortha is oddson dealer today about a guy dortha old paul dang.

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"dr bauer" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"dr bauer" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

"The life it's not of coal legal snell bring them by south tyrol worth it be known land now when i give the button delays with of of that though day i'm the man now only pulled up s the dow brought up during palumbo columnist no balance started a label but the make a ban party sources them my car dortha god tho bad pulls out all private martin pour la audie thornton them on doggone the dortha as osibajo to die from up out of god on so bad at all looking at you hate is my rear view mirror god the in the mirror monthly than i am not on lannevere dotted around the tunnel near the name of boys joe behind even appear did they quota dry they think donald kerr mozgov dino comment a man who love ariring joe biden are sorry driving down as being dragged catalan went on my if i recommended did on john battle patrimony again mind bodies dortha somewhat dog dog in tall further thoughts of bondothe daughter dr bauer told alwatan all friday rupaul three rd thornton them on the dortha is oddson dealer today about a guy dortha old paul dang.

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"dr bauer" Discussed on Dr. Caroline Leaf

Dr. Caroline Leaf

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"dr bauer" Discussed on Dr. Caroline Leaf

"Khan something we think in the right way we'll have good outcomes and we won't have the fighter flight syndrome which is basically when i get your scared that you have this huge swarm of increase cortisol on all these other chemicals that can be good for short periods if not foot not long periods and can cause major problems including things like autoimmune disorders cancer and so forth there have been many studies naturally studied by the in each by dr bauer who also looked at this and saw that there was increased a killer tcells tcells natural killer cells which are part of the immune system and so increase cells are good when they're good thoughts and they're bad in the back of obstructive when you have adt thought six b now that's a nice optimism is the quonsett to platinum sales teach on him he's inc of and optimism luckiest new creating a loving environment in such a bloody by the way the to mind is wicked un speak a little bit of a exa that it's something you aidid was sure very fascinated end so it basically unites the think about in first john talks about love and what his love the show and how you have to have god has to be inadequate asian in so when you have human that equation you know who you are and how much he loves you than that affect on your body physiologically is paramount in that's how we can get rid of the cancers autoimmune disorders and all the other issues which is incapable because the date lease the all kinds you be showing exnazi seemed to kansas coming from the mind nestle the sahara mind is driving to the sequence the opposite of the face in both while the all buddy we continue out of love and our and let us the took predictions such eksi quite fascinating to see such a strong its relation between these the use of new research a bank do you see it will patients sucking you meet in a initial kaneko m but play mentioning time that you look at them before surging honestthinking person do you see a mind.

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"dr bauer" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

Doug Loves Movies

02:16 min | 4 years ago

"dr bauer" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

"You start how it joey people were to be a twitter all timed all cows my wife and like dude you're asking me to do it do it also there's a lot of people out there and i apologize to everybody who does this but because they listen to show in regular contacts would my wife comes up the scream my miwa they're just try to live normal lives out there when people are due in real life yeah like i could do it all in one stupid we can't do it like it do it in a bank kid rock will your shits being foreclosed excuse me just wait for my one he wants to qarara asked albert einstein do the borovoye it's very angry my wife jonas everybody has this fable love logging yeah oh my god what was left over the use mogul ho ho thai worry about it on any no i watch like like a lot of crap on planes and i forget monitor right it's arata hightower what are the the tower hightower dr bauer towered our i mean that would've ram race how come i let your is is harking ridiculous i i haven't seen it because it got such a low rotten tomatoes i don't know what gut researcher the people who tell you like most people were watching it on a plane and was great right exactly so many movies get upgraded on a plane i saw waterworld like five years after what a road because it gets shit on because they don't wanna watch their movie exhibits two hundred million dollars like who cares yeah and i saw five years later is like this is a it's a fun it's perfectly fun i'm looking at here is heavily astner so what was a cold again the movie i saw tart tower dwight howard hour it was great.

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"dr bauer" Discussed on Brain Science with Ginger Campbell, MD: Neuroscience for Everyone

Brain Science with Ginger Campbell, MD: Neuroscience for Everyone

02:03 min | 4 years ago

"dr bauer" Discussed on Brain Science with Ginger Campbell, MD: Neuroscience for Everyone

"Dr bauer was actually pretty technical but as dr grant explained the key idea is straightforward brains of both mice and humans appear to develop according to a genetic koundara that is so precise that is actually possible to predict the brain's age by looking at the transcript dawn that is what messenger rna is present the first implication of this study is that it could explain why certain illnesses and diseases like schizophrenia usually appear round the same age preliminary work implicates some of the complex post a take proteins that have already been shown to affect learning and brain plus society it's important to emphasize that prior to this particular work we didn't know that this genetic calendar existed this obviously has some exciting implications but i think eventually could have a profound impact on how we study brain development in aging at the very least it implies that the age of the brain matters at a very fundamental level so for episode 138 i wanted to get to something a little less technical i invited john medina to come back on to talk about his latest book brain rules for ageing well it's always fund taught with dr medina because his enthusiasm is so contagious his new book is as always written in a very down to earth style but full of useful information and i should point out that even though it's aimed at older adults the principles are valid no matter what your age a key idea that set out for me is that the brain is wire to be so soul engaging with others facetoface is cognitively demanding in it helps keep your executive functions at their best.

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"dr bauer" Discussed on The Mideast Beast Podcast

The Mideast Beast Podcast

01:37 min | 4 years ago

"dr bauer" Discussed on The Mideast Beast Podcast

"This is the middle east these podcast molly livingstone here in jerusalem looking more like london cloudy and dreary which brings me to alex giles on the other side of the pond how're you doing over that no cloudy now you have lob lawn lawyers cloudy grand cloudy attacl pauk's went forward over the weekend i think you mean back fall back spring marking europe's drew they went back which means it against dr bauer two in the afternoon though this being the uk in a bloody allowed no one really notices but two two fa meals from complained about for a couple of weeks while just keep on having the complaints you know i'm jewish and i've got my own set of things to criticize him be angry allowance and one of them live the range would always free in about being angered overrun guard well i'm always angry really at the un and unesco this week they had a meeting where the united arab emirates gave out gifts to every single country they're except can you guess alex kenya is it you again is it me yep that's right israel didn't even get an empty box there was just nothing there we didn't get a medal oh yeah you're that you're against georgia early sydney's article of the events are the result my my my defence group which would be a little bit even added in this situation is the medals that were given out there were given out by unesco on behalf of the uae donald with work on the building's those celebrate.

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