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Does Covid Increase the Risk of Stillbirth or Newborn Death?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:02 min | Last week

Does Covid Increase the Risk of Stillbirth or Newborn Death?

"This new article came out today. I sat on Google news, which is that COVID-19 new study shows risk a severe illness and stillbirths for unvaccinated pregnant women. So they say to prevent stillbirths, this according to Forbes CBS News isn't an interesting and you mentioned this earlier doctor how they're able to kind of get it to every single type of news outlet very quickly. It's almost like there was an operation mockingbird that was stood up in the 1960s and 70s. So they want you to get vaccinated to prevent a stillbirth. So here's the interesting thing. So we have the data. We have the control sample. We call it 2020. We didn't have vaccines. If stillbirths were poppin, as a consequence of being COVID infected, we would have seen it in that data strongly. And it didn't start showing up until recently, and now they're saying, it must be because you're unvaccinated. Now, there's no data for that. It's unsubstantiated. It's medical misinformation without the data to back it up is propaganda, what it is at this stage. We don't have the data.

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Does the COVID-19 Vaccine Affect Fertility? Drs. Martenson and Kory Weigh In

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:56 min | Last week

Does the COVID-19 Vaccine Affect Fertility? Drs. Martenson and Kory Weigh In

"Guys see any evidence at all whatsoever and I want to start with you, doctor mortenson, which around a link between infertility and the vaccine or any sort of disturbing trends in that regard. Absolutely. So one of the things so I got two YouTube strikes. One was when I ran his Senate testimony. And so that got taken down. I got a YouTube strike for that. And the second one was when I pointed out that the yellow card system in the UK had shown 30,000 women had reported reproductive cycle issues, right? Their menstrual cycles were thrown off. They were having ultra heavy bleeding, clotting, cramping, all kinds of stuff. And there's 30,000 reports. And so what I noted was I went back to the Pfizer safety data which they had put out as part of their application. And I said, of all the side effects they possibly list, which is part of informed consent, they didn't even mention something that was striking so many women you couldn't have missed it. So I pointed that out and then I got a strike for that because I was medical misinformation. Now it's getting more widely known and women are writing about it. There was a big reason article that I think broke that open a little bit. But now it's whenever I post that and I say, hey, look, here's this thing. Women's reproductive cycles are messed up. By definition, that's a fertility issue. When you put that up, women just start pouring in with their personal anecdotes around this. And it's just it's a thing, right? It's huge. One of the I was listening to a talk by an expert in obstetrics and gynecology and when one of her statements always kind of stuck with me, she said that, you know, a normal menstrual cycle is literally one of the signals of health of a woman. And so when you have abnormal abnormalities in the menstrual cycles, I mean, it's indicative of a real disturbance to their health. And so I find that data alarming, the miscarriage data that's actually in one of the original trials was alarming.

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Dr. Pierre Kory and Dr. Chris Martenson on Ivermectin and a Potential Cover-Up

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:14 min | Last week

Dr. Pierre Kory and Dr. Chris Martenson on Ivermectin and a Potential Cover-Up

"We now know from a document from project veritas that major Joe Murphy and the darpa document page four wrote that Ivermectin works throughout all phases of the illness because it both inhibits viral replication and modulates the immune response, things that you've been talking about. This document was hidden in a secret folder. Does that make either of you think that they've known that Ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine works this entire time from the top levels and are we witnessing a cover up? Well, we know that hydroxychloroquine is actually in an NIH paper around original SAAR. So classic SARS comes out in 2002 and three. By 2005, there was a paper out from NIH researchers saying hydroxychloroquine is an effective potent inhibitor of this, at least in an in vitro setting and also a mouse model, I believe. So they knew that. They knew that early on. And if you look at the so I call the, you know, this repurposed drug war. So this PR campaign on Ivermectin, the war and I have met in 2021. If, you know, the fact that they waged that war in 2020 through these fraudulent research studies fraudulent papers mentions the YouTube you could talk about. That can be explained by the fact infectious best explained by the fact they knew it

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"dr chris" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

03:09 min | Last week

"dr chris" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Hey everybody, happy Saturday. No advertisers on this episode. Do you want to support our show, we're building a new studio or expanding our operation in the new year? It's Charlie Kirk dot com slash support. Text this episode to your friends, especially your liberal ones and ask them to listen to it. It might be a lot of fun because it's very factual and I think it'll open a lot of eyes. Buckle up everybody here. We go. Charlie, what you've done is incredible here. Maybe Charlie Kirk is on the college campus. I want you to know we are lucky to have Charlie Kirk. Charlie Kirk's running The White House folks. I want to thank Charlie, he's an incredible guy. His spirit his love of this country. He's done an amazing job, building one of the most powerful youth organizations ever created, turning point USA. We will not embrace the ideas that have destroyed countries destroyed lives and we are going to fight for freedom on campuses across the country. That's why we are here. All right, here we go. We are here with two special guests. Doctor martinson and doctor Corey, thank you guys for joining our show. Great. Thanks for having us. Good to be here. So let's just kind of have you guys introduce yourselves. Doctor Corey, you first. Okay. Yeah, so I'm a lung and ICU specialist. I spent my whole career in academia teaching. So I was known as an educator. I used to run a training program for doctors and my specialty would do ICU and lung medicine. And in COVID, you know, I like to say that I was a pulmonary pulmonary critical care physician at a time when the world got hit with the pulmonary and critical care pandemic. And I think I showed up, you know, I showed up. Me and my colleagues that we now formed a group called the frontline COVID-19 critical care alliance. And these are some of my close colleagues. We came together and all we've tried to do is figure out how best to treat this disease. So we put together protocols. We've researched the ends of the earth about anything that works and we put together really affected protocols. And what we've been trying to do is try to give folks agency and give providers physicians and people knowledge on how to treat this. And I'm really proud of that work. Our organization and the protocols have really made it around the world. And it's made a big difference. And you know, I'm really excited to be a part of it, so I'm glad to be here to talk about it today. It's safe millions of lives and it's protected liberty. The suppression of early treatments, I believe has been directly correlated to civilizational changes. If you have early treatments, then a lot of these other things that we've seen wouldn't have happened and as bad as America feels it's actually there's a lot of countries in the western world that are far behind us. We'll get into that doctor martinson. Well, hey, thanks for having me here. It's good to be here. And I think I'm here because of the COVID coverage I did. And that started, I guess, PhD in pathology from duke university that means two years of medical school and then they put on the white coats and I went off and did surgical pathology histology, stuff like that autopsies, things like that. So diseases, disease states, pretty far back in my background, was a research scientist for a while. Also went and got an MBA and was in corporate finance for a while..

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My Conversation with Dr. Pierre Kory and Dr. Chris Martenson

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:45 min | Last week

My Conversation with Dr. Pierre Kory and Dr. Chris Martenson

"We go. We are here with two special guests. Doctor martinson and doctor Corey, thank you guys for joining our show. Great. Thanks for having us. Good to be here. So let's just kind of have you guys introduce yourselves. Doctor Corey, you first. Okay. Yeah, so I'm a lung and ICU specialist. I spent my whole career in academia teaching. So I was known as an educator. I used to run a training program for doctors and my specialty would do ICU and lung medicine. And in COVID, you know, I like to say that I was a pulmonary pulmonary critical care physician at a time when the world got hit with the pulmonary and critical care pandemic. And I think I showed up, you know, I showed up. Me and my colleagues that we now formed a group called the frontline COVID-19 critical care alliance. And these are some of my close colleagues. We came together and all we've tried to do is figure out how best to treat this disease. So we put together protocols. We've researched the ends of the earth about anything that works and we put together really affected protocols. And what we've been trying to do is try to give folks agency and give providers physicians and people knowledge on how to treat this. And I'm really proud of that work. Our organization and the protocols have really made it around the world. And it's made a big difference. And you know, I'm really excited to be a part of it, so I'm glad to be here to talk about it today. It's safe millions of lives and it's protected liberty. The suppression of early treatments, I believe has been directly correlated to civilizational changes. If you have early treatments, then a lot of these other things that we've seen wouldn't have happened and as bad as America feels it's actually there's a lot of countries in the western world that are far

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"dr chris" Discussed on Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand

Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand

05:34 min | 3 months ago

"dr chris" Discussed on Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand

"But now know i would say that one of the highlights of for me. I wrestled a guy named rowdy. Roddy piper a like thirty years before his our thirteen i. I don't know what date that would make it but You know a long time. Since i've worked against him and then his career took off. You know he was just Internationally known he piper's pit on the wwf and And then if you imdb him you see all of these of things that he he did. Movies were john tv programs. I mean here's a cult. Following in that movie they live and so they were telling me all of the people that were going to be in the movie mash saying. Of course i was. I was just thrilled with the diane carol dying. Carol had the very first Program for an african american woman And a had some great canadian actors there who are really really well known. But then i shaw. Who's gonna play the promoter that it was. You know rowdy. Roddy piper. I just i was just so surreal. Because he was always One of my heroes. Roddy piper loved his family. If you ever youtube him and see any of his matches you'll notice that he has his wedding ring on a never took his wedding ring off because he loved his wife and he loved his family. And so you know Having the opportunity to see your book made into a movie and it was an award-winning movie. It it won a best picture to south fifteen international christian film festival and so That's something that's gonna live on after me. I mean when. I'm grow when i have graduated to heaven Let the movie still gonna be around. Still going to be shown and So that's just an amazing thing that you know you're from out somebody's gonna look who's the guy at the end there. Oh that was the original mash site. Yeah that's kind of neat. Yeah absolutely yeah. That's that's a lot to be proud of. And and it's i think again a good lesson for us all is that you know you're never too old near never too young to go for your dreams. Just just if you've got an idea for something figure out a way to do it and you can make it happen. Absolutely never give up. Yeah well i appreciate you being here today. And i'll if someone listening to this and are watching it to learn more about you and the wonderful things you've done in your life that's the best place for people to get in touch with you the best way. Of course i'm on facebook Sometimes i have five thousand fringing a friend me but you know yet people. That don't like something you say. They unfriendly so obviously You know you want a friend me on facebook. You can do that but if you go to my website The mash saint dot com. And if you if you want one of the books which i.

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"dr chris" Discussed on Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand

Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand

03:31 min | 3 months ago

"dr chris" Discussed on Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand

"That's right up there with it and and and have a wonderful woman who Has stayed with me For forty six years of marriage started. Dating when i was sixteen. And so you know we've been together. Since we were sixteen years old and we went to college together we graduated together and she has put up with ten years of wrestling and thirty years of being a pastor and so she's gonna have stars in her crown absolutely Because you've had such a very life an and and a blessed life and being able to fulfil your dreams and and and also be such a leader in in your community and being able to people what What advice would you for someone out there listening to this. That is maybe maybe. They're struggling with. Maybe they've got an idea that they want to do something but maybe they're not sure of that they should go forward or You know what what would you say to someone like that i. I would say that. I have been in the same positions that that you're in right now. You know. One of my favorite passages in the bible is founding jeremiah. eighteen Wonder six where god told jeremiah to go to the potter's house and he would teach him a great lesson and he saw the power working with clay on the wheel the wheel was going around and around and he was making that vessel and when he got through with it it was just filled with raw and the word shows that it was marg in the hand of the potter. And so what he did. Was he squished. That clay back together and he put the same piece of clay back on the wheel and he made the same piece of clay with all of its falls into a new vessel. And then god said cannot do the same with you as the potter gun with the clay or if the play is in the hands of the potter sewer you in my hand and so that. That was my story. When i had finished with things. I really had messed up and made a lot of mistakes but god squish me back together put me back on the wheel and made me into a new vessel so if you attempt of entrepreneurial things and they failed you know you continue working. Don't give up you. Just keep getting back on the wheel even with the flaws and continue to allow god to make you into a new vessel. I love that story about You know the guy. That invented the lightbulb. Thomas edison as the. It said he a thousand times. She's pale thousand time. Doctors found a thousand ways not to make light bulb rate. It is it is called never ever ever ever give up now absolutely good words of advice. Is there anything else that we haven't talked about that you really that i should've asked you that you'd like to leave our listeners with today a great job i love listening your podcast. Because you're such a great interviewer..

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"dr chris" Discussed on Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand

Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand

03:58 min | 3 months ago

"dr chris" Discussed on Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand

"Whenever he was about to fight he he would picture in his mind what he was going to do That's why i love that movie because that's exactly what you have to do. And i'm saying what am i going to do and i'll say will disguise going to be talking and extremely high boys. The sky's going to have a busted nose a come walk with a limp and and then all of a sudden boom. It just happens and then all of a sudden i you know. I'm in a room Handcuffed and i'm thinking about being on the six o'clock news Might even make national news How am i going to explain to my church. And then more than that. How am i gonna wind to my wife and And then you know. The state trooper comes in and says stand up. And i stood up and he takes to cuts off and search your free to go. And i'm like what and he said he should. I said those guys are nowhere to be found. And he said nobody's going to press charges so you're free to go and so i came that close to really losing it and it was just a stupid stupid thing to do. But you know i. I made a lotta mistakes in my life and that was one novel. Yeah well you know. It's just proof that you're only human and you did the best you can and thankfully had a good outcome. Yeah so that's that's a relief. And i just want to let folks know that there have been occasional pauses. Unfortunately my internet is not behaving itself as well as i would like it to. But i think we've gotten pretty much all of your. Your answers have been okay but so please be were air with us. If that happens again.

"dr chris" Discussed on Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand

Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand

03:22 min | 3 months ago

"dr chris" Discussed on Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand

"I was in and out of the hospital mostly with pneumonia In the grade. I had polio and viral encephalitis. All at the same time. I was in the hospital and winter haven hospital for three months and i just could not get well and i had a wonderful god late dr matter of fact i mentioned him in my book author raymond l. route. That was his name and where haven his kids are. I think most doctors. Now i papa. His sunset said but he refused to let me give up He just encouraged me and challenge me and He finally found out why it continue to get sick. It was my immune system was not building up and It was through to my allergies. I found out that. I had hundred allergies and so they started me on medication for the allergies and i took that up until i was a junior college and But he's the guy that got me going to the gym. And so i started going to the gym and working out and my body started to grow and While i was growing up i i was just a big wrestling fanatic of you know when you're in a hospital that much get your days and nights mixed up and The only thing on late at night was a professional wrestling. And so i. I got hooked into watching all of those great wrestlers from that generation. Eddie graham right best aid of the great milenko johnny valentine and all of those guys and so I was in great shape. My wife and i graduated from a palm beach atlantic. We were back in central florida. My wife was a high school math teacher. And so she's working at her alma mater and i was waiting to be called To church youth pastor. Because you know when you're twenty. Three years old is not a lot of churches to pastor. So i was trying to get some experience or the master and i was reading the tampa tribune one day in his sit There was an ad. Big ad said wanted professional wrestlers. Like so excited. I jumped up. I took it over my wife. And i said look at this jewish grading of grading papers and jews. She looked up and looked at. It rolled her eyes and kept grading papers. And so i got back together. And i drove over at tampa and i walked in and the stem and there was a great malingco who i had watched growing up. And so i was trained by one of the The great milenko. He trained a bunch of guys that are were w. w e stars and He he was just the best and so i. I was hooked from the moment that i walked in and So i got the opportunity to russell from nineteen seventy eight to nineteen eighty-eight. That was my dream but my calling was to the ministry. And i knew that that green was going to be short lived and so when i was Thirty four i graduated from south western seminary and I retired from professional wrestling. And i went to my first church It was a big change from store. You asked about your. It was a big change. I didn't get stressed out when i was wrestling. Because you get to work with stress out get.

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"dr chris" Discussed on Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand

Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand

05:34 min | 3 months ago

"dr chris" Discussed on Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand

"Of our podcast so i am streaming live on facebook but for those of you who are listening and watching on youtube later on. I'm happy to be here and just understand that You know we're doing doing some new things here on the podcast and and shaking things up mostly. Because i want to be able to bring you some amazing guests and and i've got such a wonderful backlog of people i wanted to give people a chance to be able to get onto show more in a more timely fashion. So that's what were doing today. So i am going to be bringing up to the show here in a second hour. Lustrous guests today. And you're going to want to definitely stick around for this Edition of live langauge. Because i've got an amazing gentleman here who has lived several lives already. So i'm gonna welcome to live. Love engage right now. Dr chris waylay said. Welcome dr chris all miss. Gloria is such a pleasure to be on your show and you know. I feel honored because the other one. I think you're booking into the spring of twenty twenty two so to get on this early i just feel really blessed. Thank you so much for having me. Well i am delighted to have you as well and let me tell you just a little bit about this gentleman because like i said he has done some amazing things in his career and yeah i'm just let's just get right to it so first of all This this kindly looking man Used to be a professional wrestler back in the late seventies and eighties and then he decided to change careers. And what you think. He decided to be well. He decided to become a minister so he went to attended the southwestern baptist theological seminary in texas graduated from there and he's been a pow At some various churches since that time. And if that's not enough. He's you know in his spare time which i'm sure he has you just a little bit of He's also the author of two books..

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"dr chris" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

On Mic Podcast

03:43 min | 3 months ago

"dr chris" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

"What advice do you have for people after they leave the chiropractors office Because there are some tips that you mentioned on your website things to do things to be aware of again number one keep moving keep number. Two is good pillow good mattress number. Three is You know try to clean. Clean up your nutritional seen I think supplements. Now i think are super important To do something called nutritional inflation nutritional patient says an apple from twenty years ago to get the same nutrition apple twenty years ago. You need three apples today So that the food isn't as nutrient dense right. So i think supplements are super important part of the wellness game. And i know you have nutritionist. Who resides in your practice and also have a massage therapist. You have a lot of other options. One more thing. And that. When i first entered your practice i was a little taken aback. Just a little bit to note that all of the couches and not coaches but tables were in the same room in the public space and it actually makes a lot of sense because you can economize time and get people in. Is that practice popular or is it something you innovative ess definitely popular The profession has really gone to that especially my brain to the profession in terms of more conservative traditional chiropractic people Is definitely gone in that direction You know the efficiency part is what attracted me to i. I went to a friend of mine's office up and actually swamp scott. I went to my office and she was seeing about six hundred. Visits a week in a practice She's basically doing on two tables. She just turned person over here. Then turn around just a person over there then turnaround just a person over there. And she's going back and forth back and forth bank one of my. I was walking miles. I six hundred square foot office. And i had one of those. You know my step counter women like one hundred thousand a day..

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"dr chris" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

On Mic Podcast

05:26 min | 3 months ago

"dr chris" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

"Huge history of helping kids with your infections A lot of kids have kept colic Digestive issues there epidemic of kids these days. I've got to ask another question. That i know the answer to but It's one of those myths. You need to dispel when you adjust someone. Ask someone to cross arms and you roll them over and crack him. What does that sound that we here in our heads. So we like to determine just First of all yes just adjust But it's air coming out of the joint state. The joints are are to moi services. When you open up the chinese those young. That's a good sound. You like it when you hear that sound. Is gratification for sure. I wanna talk with you about you and some of your interesting background. You've worked with a lot of well known people in celebrity terms of baseball players. I notice Some of the rock and roll stars that tour the area. What what what. I know baseball players are obvious. But what why's somebody from the eagles. Let's say a likely chris. Quigley candidate well. A lot of those guys are really into peak performance. Especially these days you know. Maybe thirty years ago was a little more drugs sex and rock and roll but now now they're all getting a little older and getting a little wiser and they really take care of themselves For example the eagles traveled with chiropractic table. They it's in their road crew. So you know you to the eagles concert you just those guys now. Like know bring table. We got one And so they're they're at the forefront because they want to keep them dead performance and they went to keep performing. they perform better when their bodies into tune balanced. and that's the majority at the top performance. I've met very few of them. Had like all right through my back out kind of thing speaking of backs and speaking of the male population in in the western world I don't know of anybody who hasn't had some twins some lower back issue at some point. I'm talking about mostly manda women to sure i remember dr john sarno famous book about the back pain and mind issues and all that. But what would you say to prevent back injuries. The lower back which is so sensitive to this. What good living tips would you have for people. I know ben from the knees as that's that's a great question The most important thing for your spine in your body for that matter is to keep moving so many of us. Sit at desks day. That is bad news for your spine right. The research says any more than three hours. A day is considered a major trauma to your spy and this is no more prevalent because of screens right because of people at work stations. That don't get up and don't move in our so look at me. I'm in a studio. And i'm looking at the screen and editing a lot but i do get up. I do have to get up. I feel right in pill you're smart. I basically what i tell. My patients is set a little timer on your watch every hour. Get up and a like a minute. Stretch break and then go back to work so that'd be that'd be number one move right. The second goal second thing. Keep your smiling. Could shape is have a really good bed pillow. You're sleeping for you. Know six to eight hours a.

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"dr chris" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

On Mic Podcast

04:18 min | 3 months ago

"dr chris" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

"Bonus then taking six-piece he'll takes for a like debt that's good and it's not invasive now the words and nothing is nothing. It's completely safe There's no heat involves so it doesn't burn any tissues. Pardon me you also have a couple of tools. One is pretty obvious. It's the greatest massage. I've ever felt it but then there's the i call it the woodpecker you want to describe what that is. I says a hand held adjusting instruments. So especially as i get older my my years here You know you gotta take care of these guys in your hands. And the instrument does that. it's a great way And its advantages. That not only protect your hands. But in order for the spina get misaligned. The bone has to move backwards. I so any any bone spying for at the line is going to go backwards. I it goes up down left and right so that instrument that we used woodpecker to use your term. Well it sounds very much like a woodpecker is constant in. And it's does it has experienced very good. Pda back to front adjustment And it's in some ways it's easier to use that especially on the neck and low back then hands and so again it really dresses back to front dimension. Let's talk with you about other issues beyond the accidents beyond the injuries which are obvious sleep. You mentioned that As well i mean. Obviously that is a huge part of the wellness program for anybody or does chiropractic help someone in general sleep performance. Well the two major parts of the nervous system that are really important for your life or something sympathetic nervous system and the para sympathetic nervous system. The sympathetic is the fight or flight and the para sympathetic to relax slowdown one most people in our society there sympathetic system way balanced with their para simple that exempt system there. The stress in the world is a stress in physical mental and a chemical fashions and that the fighter. Flight the sympathetic side. What chiropractic does when it's real claimed famous. Is it balances those those sides so it balances the sympathetic with the paris empathetic so care. Practic adjustment is the number one way number. One fastest quickest way to decrease dressing your.

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"dr chris" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

On Mic Podcast

04:04 min | 3 months ago

"dr chris" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

"I learned along the way which has been really helpful when you we talked about that tissue healing process. Well the best way to get that tissue to heal a hundred as much as it's going to be is something called a loading and unloading cycle right. That's we stretch to tissue out and relax it. Stretch it out and relax when you come into the office. We have you do some exercises before we get work done right. We have exercise chair. Yes right and that loosens warms up the low back to get work done but it also creates this pumping mechanism on the tissue and speed the healing process. So we have do it in your neck and having in your back and then we work on you. Then we gave you some exercises to do at home you know. We do our chiropractic adjustment exercises to do at home again create those loading and unloading cycles and that's the research says you can get the best healing from injuries. You mentioned early on in our chat today about a woman at the first adjustment. Who came in complaining of headaches. So let's let's start with that. People have a lot of pain in a lot of parts of their body. But i don't have anybody who doesn't get a headache or two now and then but people do have migraines they have issues with their head. Talk about the connection between that. The pain and the chiropractic approach. Well every headache you've ever gotten runs to the spinal cord in the top three bones. Your neck every single one you've ever got started in your neck All the nurse to come out of that area. Go to your head and entering feel pain. So as chiropractors were specialists in that area so what we do get those areas working better when we see excellent results with with headaches i made this. We look at those cases. It's like piece cake. No yeah. I it's It's interesting i. I've never had migraines but i've know people who do and They've gotten relief. Others are fearful however because they've had issues with osteopaths and so forth there are fearful. Should they be fearful of chiropractic chiropractors like the safest thing that people do in terms of healthcare. I mean it's a so the numbers. Just mind boggling on the good side. I guess the best way to demonstrate that the best story. I can tell you. Is that almost every. Chiropractor takes care of their own family..

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"dr chris" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

On Mic Podcast

04:39 min | 3 months ago

"dr chris" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

"It's pretty consistent throughout the decades. That's the that's the number about. And i asked you about whiplash. Which is that term of art that everybody seems to know but that encompasses a lot of things. It's not just the neck correct correct You know the the literature says that you know they could they coat whiplash. They call it a. They caught the the whip lashes description of the injury so they call it a whiplash type injury so basically. What happens when you get in a car accident. Especially when you get hit from the rear What happens is your neck Your head stays in one place and your body moves underneath you And creates a shearing effect on your mind. And it literally tears parts of the spine. Now the scary part about these injuries is that sometimes the pain doesn't show up right away typically Especially if you know. If there's an adrenalin type situation pain doesn't show up for two three sometimes days simply weeks later and it can cause your body's able to compensate to a certain degree and then it's no longer compensate and then you have a big problem. Many times. people are dealing with a lot of medication. Sometimes too much medication or surgery. That might not be necessarily the right way to go well with whiplash injuries. Medication is the wrong way to go. because the way it works actually interferes with the healing process to give you a quick real brief overview the healing process whenever you injure a tissue a muscle tendon limit. There are three distinct phases healing. The first is called the inflammatory phase. The first seventy two hours after an injury and we're all familiar with acquisition. We've all sprained. Our risks. rank are ankle and the first thing that happens is what hurts like hell. Yeah but it's well swells exactly right. So that's the inflammatory phase. Okay the second phase is called the proliferative stage whether body sends all the cellular material there to the injury to help repair those tissues..

"dr chris" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

On Mic Podcast

05:50 min | 3 months ago

"dr chris" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

"Happy patients who have found relief. So we invite you to stretch. I then settled back and enjoy a conversation with dr christopher. Quigley as we go on. So i don't know how many jokes there are about chiropractic. Backbreaking work your you get your spine into it make no bones about have you heard them all out yes well you haven't heard them all from me yet but are now well chris. It's great to see a doctor. Chris quickly as mentioned and a lot of experience in this field. And i was reading about you in terms of your own career. Aspirations didn't start out like in med school or in college thinking chiropractic. But you were in chemistry. I would say a chemistry major at villanova university and the big job for chemistry majors. Go out and sell drugs to medical doctors So going interviews With the pharmaceutical companies and they always ask that question. When you want to doing five years. I said i didn't really care when i was doing as long as i was having fun. Enjoying what i was doing you because athens at point i hadn't heard met too many people in my life. We really enjoyed what they were doing. So as doing these interviews. And i was waiting tables at out in the east end of long island on my parents live and my dad introduced me to a chiropractor. Who's he sold the house to his real estate guy and the guy really impressed me with how much he loved being a chiropractor and again at that i had heard too many people who said that. So one of my regular customers at my restaurant was a local chiropractor and i asked him. I talked to bill. Tell me about being a chiropractor. And he says. I was the greatest thing. I wonder what it's grace thing ever done. Wanted to anything else in how we loved it and i was like wow. That's like two people in a week telling me they really love what they were doing. So the first guy at a Contact with the president of new york chiropractic college. You got me interview and the rest is they say history head you any personal experience as a patient now at this point i had never been a patient I've actually gone to one. Chiropractor with my girlfriend at the time. i went to the office. I sat in the office in watched Her adjusted and that was my only experience of chiropractic at that point interesting. I was telling you. Chris before coming on the air that back a long time ago in the early nineteen eighties. Maybe i was involved in put together a public service campaign to promote car practic and to try to alleviate the fears because there are a lot of antagonists saying that chiropractic was phony medicine. And all that. We've come a long way since then. Yeah that that. That campaign started from the american medical association They had a campaign to raise their membership. It was a membership drive and their campaign was to attain eliminate the chiropractic profession..

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"dr chris" Discussed on The Dental Marketer

The Dental Marketer

03:55 min | 4 months ago

"dr chris" Discussed on The Dental Marketer

"The dental market or podcast. I'm your host michael ideas and in this episode. I'm speaking with dr chris and dr alice. There's gonna be a lot of players in a lot of moving parts in any advice for anyone starting at the beginning of this process. Just trying to stay organized with all this information as it comes in even an open mind to not necessarily having blinders onto one vendor or one contractor because by exploring bids in the quotes from other people wanted. It may help your budget but also an educational process. Is you know these folks are all human and they all have different life experiences in job that they can bring to the table and we've got a lot of good ideas along the way just by exploring different quotes in different offers. We didn't think of this or that in and that's health Sometimes they end up. Going with the president came to us with a great idea. Sometimes we go with someone else but we still carry that good idea along with us. They are fantastic. Fantastic people really really cool people They're kind of on l. right now. So that's all you're gonna know about them. Dr chris dr alice. Obviously you're going to know a little bit more about their lives and everything as we get into the episode where they came from Alice went into community health christie neuroscience. They both studying neuroscience and but he said he'd how the brain comprehend music which..

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"dr chris" Discussed on Twinning with Sisanie

Twinning with Sisanie

03:35 min | 6 months ago

"dr chris" Discussed on Twinning with Sisanie

"And how to help. Check it out. It'll be out in a few weeks and that's why we wanted to do this interview because who knows where. I'm going to be in a few weeks. This baby is coming out of me. The book is on its way. Yes thank you so much for taking the time and talking to us. Oh it's my pleasure really honored to be on your and good luck with everything in your immediate future appreciate it. Thank bye love him. You know arianna huffington actually called the sleep whisper. Honestly i feel like i could have asked him a million questions and i'm like well i have his email now. Exactly your buddies. He's so nice. He's a moore sleeper. The nicest person ever. And i the last time him and i spoke goes amy like we spoke for like an hour. It was a thirty minute meeting and we were like it was over an hour. We were just kept asking him questions about like this. And like why do i sleep like this and why do i get up and all the questions i mean for you. Obviously like having a newborn is going to make sleep very different than like your normal routine but after that how nice for you to hopefully get into a better sleep routine when you have three small children fronting or a maximum pretty good. Let's they don't really get up in the middle of the night. If they do they come straight are bad and they just go straight to bed right when i get in asia was starting to do this. Weird chitchat thing where she would come in. And just you like. What do we do eat. I'm like it's four. Am getting the job. We're not doing this right now. I mean and i tell them like hey they really like are responsive to what we kinda like there are corrections against the like we said. Look i don't care if you come in the bed but if you come don't slam the door like they would come in. They would slam the door and then the next night. They wouldn't do it so like they all like. They made the adjustment that we would talk about. And if we wanna get in bed with them. We have to not slam and same with asia. I was just like if you come in no talking. Okay no talking you just come in you down you can bring your bobo. Do you can bring your stuffed animals and you can lay awake if you want. I don't wake us up and it's the exact same thing that chris just talking about right now. Where it's like okay. If you're gonna come in our bed we're gonna clean toilets right but which i liked that. We're not gonna talk. So yes i think once they get older. They still do this. Weird like i wanna come and lane with you and your bed situation I threatened them with cleaning toilets..

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"dr chris" Discussed on Twinning with Sisanie

Twinning with Sisanie

03:23 min | 6 months ago

"dr chris" Discussed on Twinning with Sisanie

"Let's check in with the twins tweeting with its delight thirtieth. Twenty twenty one. What up. it's this new. Welcome to another episode of twenty with the city brought to you by american career college. When being your best matters. I am joined today by a very famous man. He's connected to audio right now. That's yes dr going off a wife saw you with ryan on some show and she said there is no way. She's making it to friday to talk to you. Yes i am very pregnant. I am very pregnant right now. dr w chris winter. Welcome to my podcast. How are you. I am fantastic. More interested in how you are on very pregnant. And and i'm and i'm still here. I keep thinking. I'm feeling contractions. But they're not and it's wishful piano. The baby is picking up on your schedule. So i feel like when when it c- right. Yes she win. See's able to talk. We're going to have to get some. Some things worked out because she is very much on your schedule right now so basically A no sleep schedule. that's right. that's why she's going to be an awesome radio. Tv host one day or trauma surgeon. One of the other eat out when when dr winter and i met when we met like furious ago dr.

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UK Government Confirms Plan to Lift Lockdown Measures in England

Monocle 24: The Briefing

01:24 min | 6 months ago

UK Government Confirms Plan to Lift Lockdown Measures in England

"At the start of next week the uk government will drop nearly all of the measures that were introduced to help stop the spread of cova nineteen across england. Prime minister boris. Johnson's big bang reopening is being keenly watched around the world and its success or otherwise is likely to determine whether other major nations will follow suit while monica's health and science correspondent. Dr chris. smith. Told reese james what we should expect a nineteen fifty lies of course the that the government had deferred the big opening up so called freedom day. Which was deferred. 'cause the original day the twenty first of june was judged to be too high risk because we had grubbing rights of iris. We had the delta variants which is the indian sub type two which is spreading more than the government had anticipated and there were not enough people it was judged who had received both doses of vaccine which we another critical to head off the delta veterans who had been vaccinated which meant we were risk of a much greater search if numbers so the case was made let's defer to the nineteenth to july. This will give more time for more people to have more days vaccine in other words. We'll we'll get more. People double jabbed and that should make the opening up a bit safer than it otherwise would be because they'll be more people who've had those critical to digest magazine and therefore low risk. Were they to actually run into to environment infection.

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Retinol? Niacinamide? Skincare Ingredients That Benefit Everyone

Fat Mascara

01:56 min | 7 months ago

Retinol? Niacinamide? Skincare Ingredients That Benefit Everyone

"We got this from a lot of listeners. There over thirty five. So they're already dealing with drier. Skin signs of aging. I'm guessing spots and fine lines and things so you don't want to overload your skin with a lot of stuff. How would you treat. pimples on aging skin number. One thing is started retinol or retinoid. has good retinol is not to drying out. It's a good over the counter. One so retinal other than helping. Your pimples is also going to be anti aging help turnover. Collagen give you veterans cantoned Give better complexion. It's like the. It's the most well-studied anti-aging medication we have. If i'd had dollar every time it derm came on our show. Instead retinol. I would be a millionaire. I would believe. I counted how many times i've said it on video. Every time we get a question like retinoids retinoid but is that sort of like no matter. What the problem at a certain point. That should be helping new. Yeah to be honest. Any patient over twenty five. Who comes into the office. Who's like has mild acting like Retinoid like start this right now. You know it's gonna really help you long term and so people like you just wanna prevent pimples from happening right the win a pimple there. You're you're fighting uphill battles so your whole goal with all the treatments you do for. Acne is really to prevent new acne from coming right. So you're not breaking us much not getting apples on the worst possible in all also using nice in a might. That's another good one seven cinema. I'd in Nice in might actually Hopes with oil production to in house with acne has also been shown to be anti aging as people talking about that ingredient ally. No it sent a new ingredient. But i feel like it's getting like a lot of

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Global COVID Vaccine Inequality 'Becoming More Grotesque'

Monocle 24: The Briefing

01:06 min | 8 months ago

Global COVID Vaccine Inequality 'Becoming More Grotesque'

"World. Health organization has warned that glaring covid nineteen vaccine inequality has created a two track pandemic with western countries protected and poor nations still exposed. The warning came as the leading charity. Unicef said that millions of coronavirus vaccine could be wasted if wealthy nations send large amounts of left overdoses to the developing world. In one go. Well let's get the latest on this now with monocle. Twenty four health and science correspondent dr. chris smith chris is also a consultant virologist at cambridge university. Good afternoon to you chris. Good to have you on the program as always and let's start with that issue about. I guess western countries being undone by their own largest this problem with flooding these needy markets in one go. There just isn't infrastructure to cope with that. It's a tricky one isn't it. We've never been down this path before. We've never tried to do what we're attempting to do. Which is vaccinating entire planet. An entire planet with eight billion people on it. We think there's probably in the region of seven billion people who are not immune because one billion have either had the infection recovered and become immune or they've had vaccine so far

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Biden Tells Intelligence Agencies to Probe COVID-19's Origins

Monocle 24: The Briefing

01:46 min | 8 months ago

Biden Tells Intelligence Agencies to Probe COVID-19's Origins

"Us president joe biden has called on intelligence in the country to redouble their efforts to investigate the origins of the covid nineteen pandemic. The president's ordered a report to be issued within ninety days amid growing pressure from republicans and the broader scientific community which owning us now is more nichols health science correspondent. Dr chris smith also on the line is louis lukens format. Us diplomat now. Senior partner at cigna global advisors. Thank you both for joining us on the program today and lukens actually start with you on this political pressure. I guess that joe biden is perhaps reacting to can you characterize what what. What is that pressure i can. Who are the main players. The main actors here who are low to offer these tough questions. Well martha sure. I would describe it as pressure on joe biden from from other parties to to carry out this investigation i think he genuinely and and his top scientists agreed that they that we need to have a better understanding of where this virus originated and how it originated. He asked president biden s the intelligence community to do an initial report which he was briefed on recently and he was unhappy with the results of that because the intelligence community was split some of the agencies felt that it was a lab accident and others felt that it was more likely animal to human contact and so he is now asked intelligence community to redouble their efforts as you said an in ninety days produce a report i think he recognizes that they may not have a final answer. He he he wants to say. He says he wants to bring us closer to definitive conclusion. He doesn't say bring us to a conclusion. But i think he feels is important that we have a better understanding in order to prevent future pandemics.

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Sage Calls Emergency Meeting Over Rapid Spread of Indian Variant

Monocle 24: The Briefing

01:40 min | 9 months ago

Sage Calls Emergency Meeting Over Rapid Spread of Indian Variant

"Who we begin today's program here in the united kingdom where leading scientists are holding an emergency meeting in a bid to tackle a surge of the highly transmissible indian covid nineteen variant comes as prime minister. Boris johnson warns that new strains of virus could cause even greater suffering next winter. Then the lost if they're allowed to take hold well. Let's get the latest on this with monica health and science correspondent dr chris smith. Chris is a consultant for logistic cambridge university. Good often not always great to have you on the program Just about this Indian variant and the specific threat that we are beginning to understand. It might post. Initially we thought there was just one variant and it got dubbed. Be one six one seven and it's been documented for a few months in fact since last year but then we realized that in fact there are multiple subtypes of this variant. So they're now get designated as a subtype one subtype two subtype three and the one. We're most concerned is the subtype to and in this country in the uk depending on who you talk to and how the data compiled more than a thousand cases or about five hundred cases now. That's because some analyses do include returning travellers that have been picked up and then isolated others are therefore including Everybody so depends on which of those metrics you use. The one to be most concerned about is what is happening in the community because what we are concerned about with any kind of variant of the corona virus including this one now dubbed by the who as a variant of concern meaning it has destructive or disruptive potential

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The mystery of the flute boy bones

Science Friction

01:41 min | 10 months ago

The mystery of the flute boy bones

"Was originally on display beautiful in the center of the room. When my office is. I remember just being immediately really captivated by what is the story with that skeleton. It was just incredibly irreverend yet. Really surprising to say something with so much huma and whimsical and kind of goes against the grain of what we think about medicine today. I encountered the skeleton as a medical student. Now assisting over sort. Of course it's got to be real big suspicious. It's a fake scott. What otherwise look like a normal foot likely but it is unlikely ending credible story. You're about to hear from a collection that the public can't say it's tucked inside the harry. Brookes allen museum of anatomy used to take generations of medical students at the university of melbourne including this guy at the entrance to that museum. There are a few specimens skeletons and one in particular. Was this little boy sitting on a pedestal with this one leg so in his quite unusual looking arms and hands he's has a flute recorder just held up to his mouth. My name is dr. Chris o'donnell and just has patients who are alive and dead. So i spend about half my time doing radiology of the living butts. My job is as a rail. Just or as. I call myself a nick radiologist looking at right all of the safest at the victorian shooter forensic medicine

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For 7 New Yorkers, a pandemic year's fight for the future

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 10 months ago

For 7 New Yorkers, a pandemic year's fight for the future

"I'm Julie Walker a year ago the Associated Press told the story of a day in the life of the stricken city through the eyes of new Yorkers on the front lines and in quarantine as they faced beer tragedy isolation and upheaval the year has been surreal I mean that's a real for everyone not just us Dr Chris your doctor Joseph had bush says it's also made us pause and focus on family and friends and seeing what's important it's it's it's a room there's a silver lining to that Carla brown is in charge of getting meals to homebound seniors says at first she didn't know how they make it through now I'm waiting for her to New Jersey and just looking forward to getting back to whatever new normal is going to be FDNY paramedic Travis castle says it's been a long frustrating year with a lot more downs than ups feel like you gave your all and there are still five hundred thousand Americans

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WHO releases coronavirus origins report

Monocle 24: The Globalist

01:28 min | 10 months ago

WHO releases coronavirus origins report

"Than a year after the coronavirus pandemic i swept the globe. The world health organization report into the virus has finally been released although it doesn't give a definite origin for the disease the w. h. o. Says it's likely that it was transmitted from a bat to humans via an unidentified intermediate animal species virologists and monocle. Twenty four health and science correspondent. Dr chris. smith joins me to discuss this now. chris. Thanks for coming on firstly. Why was this report so long in coming and there are a number of reasons but one of them was that the chinese were not terribly supportive. If you record just a few months back. The investigators were held up getting visas. Getting into china they were just stuck in singapore rages and then once they got there. It was very much. The staged managed thing and this is not happen for the first time in so many times before the they've been number of obstacles pushing the way which meant that. That was difficult for a start. And just doing this kind of work is really tricky. You're saying where is the smoking gun that caused a pandemic in a city that has millions of people living in it into country with a billion plus people living in an is a big country such try and track all these different moving parts down and pin them down on one mechanism is really really tough. Which is why this report has a number of different possible reasons to account for what they think might have gone on. It has also taken a very long time

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Indiana health leaders concerned about COVID variants

Hammer and Nigel

00:26 sec | 11 months ago

Indiana health leaders concerned about COVID variants

"But the virus is still around. As of yesterday, Indiana has had 57 cases of the UK variant reported on the CDC. Zmapp and new cases continue to come in. Experience is much more transmissible and we need more people vaccinated so that we can win this race between the vaccine and the variants. They health Commissioner Dr Chris Box says Indiana should see a large shipment of the three available vaccines by the end of this month. White House chief Medical Officer Anthony

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One year on: What have we learned about viruses since news of COVID-19

Monocle 24: The Globalist

03:12 min | 11 months ago

One year on: What have we learned about viruses since news of COVID-19

"Is a year since the world. Health organization declared a global pandemic and the world's began to adopt the lockdown status. That we are now so familiar with and according to the. Who also face the prospect of the pandemic staying with us until at least the start of next year. So what have we learned or dr. chris. Smith is multiple twenty-first health and science correspondent and a regular voice on one twenty four. Good morning chris. Well i remember this time last year. We were having a very similar conversation about the world going into lockdown. And he said we've got a book on bird flame. We're having a meeting. I think we might be all right. How how things out for you. In what respect. Because i if you look at different aspects of of how my life has played out then busy would be the best definition. But but i have a career which is a media career and providing science and medical commentary on things like pandemics at the same time. I have a medical career. Which is vera gist. So it's a bit like someone took. Ill musk's big effing rocket and place like no one on each leg and just ignited the same time i appreciate i. I've been very busy and in some respects. It's been an exhilarating terrifying right for others. It's obviously been devastating in terminal respect as well as in a sort of economic respect. So i think everyone is fed very differently. But maybe that wasn't what you were asking. Well let's focus on the variety section of it there. Is this sense of trying to be prepared. I think there's a feeling that many people had this time last year that we didn't know what was around the corner but the everybody was doing their absolute utmost to make sure that they could be as ready as they could be. What was it that we learned about viruses and how to deal with them within in the last year. We'll know not the golden rule book for anything night this because every situation is different every viruses different. And we'd never had a situation like this. We'd had similar situations. We've had flu outbreaks before and we'd had saws marquand the ancestor. That came in two thousand eighteen. Two thousand and three off of saul's sauce covey too but we hadn't seen anything quite like this as a result the there is no golden rule. Book says when this happens. This is how you handed of course. Also every country's different every population is different than makeup of those countries is different the way in which people work how they live what they do as a country how they respond as country. The letter prepared misses. The country is different. The amount of travel that goes on between countries is different. So it's really tricky. When you've got that extremely heterogeneous makeup of the world which makes a great place. of course. it's very difficult to then say. Well this is how you control something because there is no evidence to fall back on apart from things they'll related but not the same and when you've got that difference and it's a fluid situation where it's always a moving target because as we might one step forward things change the then mean. The virus takes a step foot. We've seen that with the various example. It's been tricky all the while it's been a massive learning process at every stage to work out how we can best out this challenge and we are not there yet. I mean my my mistake. My biggest mistake. I think was anticipating that we would have solved this problem by now. I honestly thought that by now We we would have been on the road closer to home for

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Update on Vaccine Administration in Washington State

KUOW Newsroom

00:50 sec | 11 months ago

Update on Vaccine Administration in Washington State

"This week a lot of washingtonians suddenly became eligible for covid vaccines. But as kyw's anna boyko y rock reports the supply of doses is still limited. There are not enough vaccine doses in the state for all the teachers school staff in childcare workers right away in all that's around a quarter of a million people instead. The state department of health says there will be doses for half of them over the next two weeks. The goal is for everyone in the newly eligible group to get at least one dose by the end of the month. Snohomish county health officer dr chris bidders urges patients. You may not get your maxine today or this week but keep trying. You will get one soon. The federal government is sending doses for this new group to six pharmacy chains in the state. Teachers and school staff can also sign up through the kaiser permanente health system

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Oxford University To Begin Trial On Mixed Vaccines

Monocle 24: The Globalist

01:29 min | 1 year ago

Oxford University To Begin Trial On Mixed Vaccines

"The university of oxford is to start to trial combining vaccines made by astrazeneca. And it's an order to introduce more flexibility and speed in vaccinating the world but it comes to switzerland has said it needs more data before it approves the oxford astor's annika job despite both the uk and the eu not only approving it but fighting last week over. Getting hold of enough doses. Let's hear from dr chris smith monocle twenty health and science correspondent. Good morning chris. Good to have you back. How does this work then when you combine to actions well this technique is good hetero lagos vaccination quantum mouthful. But what it basically means. Is you give persons one jab of one time and then a bit later on after three four weeks twelve weeks you give them a totally different vaccine. But also on the designed to program the immune system against coronavirus. We've been doing this thing fractured decades for different kinds of infections. And it works really well and the reason. It probably works very well. Is that when you go to school and you learn your lessons you then learn how much you've learned when you sit in the exam whole basically it's knowledge but it's being applied tested and stressed in a different way and it sort of similar with how the immune response works to Seeing one kind of stimulus decry navarre's than another one. And you make them much more. Resilient and robust response that way or at least not as the theory that's the outstanding knowledge. We haven't tried it with krona var so to make sure that what we assume is happening. That's why the government is putting forward this seven million initiative to find

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New Strains Of CoronaVirus Are Breaking Out Worldwide

Monocle 24: The Briefing

05:15 min | 1 year ago

New Strains Of CoronaVirus Are Breaking Out Worldwide

"Now anybody who has had any experience of life on this earth the last year or so. We'll be firmly of the belief that one strain of covid nineteen is more than enough as it spreads itself around the world however new variations keep being detected including one in the uk which appeared more readily transmissible a south african one which might be might be rather somewhat resistant to vaccines and brazilian one. Ditto small numbers of both of the latter have already been identified in the uk and dot dallas present elsewhere or on route. One joined with more. By dr chris smith monocle twenty fours health and correspondent also a virologist at cambridge university. Chris as we have discussed many times before all viruses mutate. What they do. Is this one doing so unusually quickly an door. Dramatically hello andrew. We don't think so in some respects. This is to be expected for the reason. You've outlined that the that all viruses mutate and change this one's no exception and therefore we're going to see a gentle drift or evolution of the virus specifically. We're going to see that happening. Most often. in parts of the world where the prevalence of the disease is highest in other words. Where you've got lots of people being infected. I'm passing the virus to lots of other people. That's loss of the roles of the genetic dice that the virus can take in order to accrue changes and optimize itself because at the end of the day viruses optimize themselves in order to spread most efficiently in their particular host and this is a new infection humans therefore it was pretty well adapted to us but not perfect. There's some room to maneuver and that's what the virus is doing. Its adjusting its behavior and its biology. A bit in order to spread most optimally among us. Humans the different variations though in different places those responses by the virus to local conditions. I guess whether it's it's climate or something else yes. Any kind of organism on earth is going to adapt itself in response to selective pressure applied by the environment in which it lives. These corona is a living in a human environment and therefore all behavior to a certain extent affects the behavior of the virus as we apply more selective pressure to it by making his job harder to spread between us for instance by social distancing through various other public health measures and spread control infection control. You'll going to select for viruses that all reproductive fitter in other words. They're better at doing what they do. And and in that way you'll get something that is usually more transmissible. That's what we saw the slight surprise here. Is this question about whether it is causing more severe illness or not now. Obviously the jury is a little bit out on this. At the moment we do have some directional data than that may be the case but it is early days of only just begun to take this trend. So we're not entirely sure whether this is a statistical artifact just a product to the fact there are lots of numbers and so the viruses is producing lots of infections. So we're seeing more severe infections or whether the genuine is evidence for higher talapity rate in each of the cases. So that figure we've been given by the uk government that suggests that the uk variant might be thirty percent More deadly which is an alarming sounding figure. Is it possible that figure is either less alarming than it sounds or actually not entirely accurate. Will the government put this across a downing street. Press briefing country balance-sheet presenting numbers in terms of deaths per thousand. And he said if you look at say a sixty year old man the risk with the parent strain of corona virus of that person passing away. If you had ten people with a thousand people with krona vars you might get ten people with die with this new variant that ten rises to thirteen or fourteen hence a forty or thirty percent increase in the mortality rate so they are nevertheless odds to emphasize the case fatality rate remains very low so in other words we haven't got something that's killing thirty percent people what we've got something that appears to based on the data that initially have been analyzed. Be a little bit more lethal as in not for the person. Obviously if you die but it's on average killing slightly more people than before but we don't know for sure if that's the case i mean. We have got a number of studies that present this london school hygiene tropical medicine of showing that the the risk ratio is about one point three five times greater with the new variant than the over one point three five. That's a thirty five percent increase. Imperial college of donna. Study then numbers range somewhere between high twenties to mid thirties. In terms of percentage increase in risk ecstasy university They did a smaller study. One point nine one was there multiple in other words. It's ninety percent worse. A public health england cited figure one and a half or so so therefore all of them seem to be centering on there being an increase in risk. But we don't know exactly how big that risk is but we think there is one but we need to reassure ourselves. This is real finding. it's not just a product of the fat. We're seeing lots of infections with this new air. It might be that. We're there foreseeing because of the disguise of the the problem more people who are at risk of having a severe infection. Cropping up with this very factional. They are trying to control for that so it doesn't like it might be real

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Wednesday 23 December

Monocle 24: The Briefing

07:48 min | 1 year ago

Wednesday 23 December

"Later today lufthansa cargo flight from frankfurt will touchdown doncaster sheffield airport bringing of food supplies to forestall shortages caused by the recent severing of land and sea trade routes between the uk and europe with jew recognition that this is more to do with covid nineteen than brexit. There is something piquant about britain entering the last week of its transition period reliance on a reverse of the berlin airlift. The uk's present difficulties due to a new and highly infectious variant of covid nineteen heavily concentrated in london and the southeast on joined with more by monaco. Twenty fours health and science correspondent dr. Chris chris this or something like to be expected because all viruses mutate. Don't they indeed covid nineteen already has once or twice at least before andrew say actually the uk's victim of its own success in this because we do as jones san accurately said have a world class in fact one of the best in the world screening systems set up to detect precisely this sort of thing. It's called coke. Uk their job is to scrutinize genomes of corona viruses collected from patients who are diagnosed with the disease so far. They've looked through the genetic codes of more than one hundred and sixty thousand viral sequences. They're all being to find things precisely like this and of course then we. We say we found one this and then the whole world says we don't want you of course they don't want us all the all the virus but not surprisingly just to cautionary stage but yes It it's likely that this sort of thing is a bit of an inevitability and it may well be it's farther afield. Things like farther afield than anyone knows yet because they just haven't detected e. Yeah so what do we know about this mutation will. It's not a single mutation. It's a variant the calling it variant because rather than just a mutant which is one genetic change. This one's actually got a constellation of genetic changes there are seventeen independent genetic differences in this new variant that seems to confer opponent the ability to spread a bit better and they're peppered throughout the genetic code of the virus they affect v aspects of how the virus works but there's a big cluster of these changes all centered on what's called the essel spike protein. Which is the key part of the virus. That's all of these out coats that it uses to infect ourselves and so this is why researchers think that it may be more transmissible. Something has changed in the way the virus behaves in terms of its its ability to engage with our cells its ability to penetrate and jack cells and then cause disease and then spread to another person We don't know exactly how it's doing that yet. And we don't know for sure that it really is more transmissible but based on the numbers that we're seeing the the epidemiology the pattern of spread. It seems like a likely reasonable supposition. Is it possible that this variation is a response to the measures that we have undertaken to defeat it is is the virus adapting to survive ovar adapt to survive. And that's really what charles darwin point out. And that was his big breakthrough his grand unified theory of biology. If you like that everything responds in a dynamic way. All the time to pressure applied from its environment and where we think. This may have arisen. This new variant is actually in the blood of an individual or individuals with poorly functioning immune systems because individuals. Who don't have a good immune response to the virus. Tend to hang onto the virus fa- longer. They have a chronic infection with the virus. And this means that as their immune system limps along trying to control it the virus is getting a chance to see inner workings of the immune response and it can see where the chinks in our alma and therefore it can adapt and shift in that direction a bid to take advantage of those changes to cling onto survival in that person. Now if that person then transmits a virus which has adapted in this way it's basically passing on a more weaponized or more tooled up version of the virus. The reason that such as a putting forward this hypothesis is because when we have treated patients and documented what happens in them when they have an impaired immune system for various reasons. Were genetic reasons. There are also acquired reasons why people's immune systems might not work very. Well they've seen very similar changes happening in the viruses in those people to this variant that circulating suggesting that it may will be homegrown as it were and borne out of the fact that some people can't can't fight it off as well as efficiently giving the varsity insight into how our immune system works and enabling it to adapt accordingly. I mean we have talked before about the fact that it's not in the interests of viruses whose only interest eads the perpetuation replication. It's not necessarily in the interest of any virus. To kill its hosts. Is it possible that viruses variation to become more transmissible but perhaps less deadly. Well we don't know at the moment and That's one of the key questions that people are going to want to be asking. It's a relatively new discovery first appeared as a blip on the radar of kochi uk. The consortium that founded back in september and the cases them were just a few and far between become a lot more common sense obviously rising to one in four cases in november perhaps as many as sixty percent of cases in december in some parts of the country that means that we've now got the chance to see firsthand in greater detail in greater numbers. What is impact on people is and so people will be asking this very question this thing if it does transmit more efficiently which it appears it does does it as we believe not cause such severe disease or cause any more severe disease than the standard parent from which its rose the moment it doesn't look like it translates into getting more severe disease. It doesn't look like it's currently beyond the reach of the protection conferred by the immune response In response to the vaccine but we don't know that crucial question has it surrendered some of its violence. In order to optimize. In this way time will tell you partially answered what. I'm sure is now the key question because the the glimmer of optimism in which we have all been basking these last few weeks is the approval and roll out of the vaccine. Several hundred thousand people here in the uk have already received at least the first injection. Is it possible that nineteen could mutate or very this quickly Out of the reach of the vaccine. Matt hancock rishaad everybody when he made the announcement last week about the discovery of this new variant. That it didn't look like it would be able to sidestep the immune response conferred by the vaccine the experiments to prove that that is the case. Though are still ongoing. Thankfully they're very easy experiments to do. And that's what porton down will currently be investigating. And i would hope that they will provide that reassurance. Quite soon the way you go about this is you. Grow the virus in the lab and that's actually very easy to do and you add to it samples of the antibodies that a person makes when they're vaccinated and if the antibodies still work against the variant. And you do this with samples across the country. Then you can say these neutralize this virus even though it's the variant and therefore these people will be protected if they have the vaccine. So that's that's kind of what we're waiting for now to to see that data. It's very easy the experiments to go to do them properly though. That will give us reassurance to answer that question what the future holds. Though we don't know and that's why some researches saying this could be a stepping stone on the part of the virus towards a more comprehensive ability to sidestep our immune response including the response to the vaccine and for that. It's a sort of shot across out immunological bowels. We have to keep it onto surveillance. Keep searchlight trained upon it so that we can see where it's moving anticipate is next. Move and try to head off

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"dr chris" Discussed on The Super Human Life

The Super Human Life

13:00 min | 2 years ago

"dr chris" Discussed on The Super Human Life

"To reach more more people and the simplest way to do that is by sharing it showing it would just one person or share it with as many people as you possibly can solely up to you. The guys like I've shared with you a dozen times. I've I've been given an incredible blessing in this life in this world and it's my mission to help men break break free from their addictions whether it's porn addiction drug addiction alcoholism whether it's depression it doesn't matter I'm on a mission this year to help as many men possible as I can't so I believe the mindset of overcoming the mindset of achievement. My conversation went Dr. Chris here is GonNa do just after you. So thank.

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"dr chris" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show with Gary Takacs

The Thriving Dentist Show with Gary Takacs

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"dr chris" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show with Gary Takacs

"I'm Gary tax your show host my guest on today's show is my friend. Dr Chris Bowman and Chris, and I are going to talk about one of my favorite, topics. And that is how to get more patients to say, yes to your treatment recommendations, Chris has developed some very useful tips and techniques to guide patients to be more interested in your ideal care, I think you're really going to enjoy this interview with lots of practical information that you can use immediately to help increase your case acceptance in your practice, but before we get to that interview, we have another let's ask David segment on. Of course, David is my friend, Dr David hornbeck in this. Let's ask David segment. Dave is going to kind of Philly announcement citing things that are happening with Utah valley dental lab, Utah valley dental lab is the lab the Dave works very closely with and he's gonna share some exciting things kind of happening. The lab world that should be of great interest to you. You'll enjoy this. Let's ask David segment. Get your homework. I happened to see a post recently that you posted on social media about the new lab or the new facility for Utah valley dental, and I find that kind of interesting because there's a lot of chatter in the dental profession about all the labs going off shore. But here's a lab right here in the United States that it has invested in a new facility. Can you talk a little bit about Utah valley dental Abbott? Absolutely. And I'm very passionate about it. People could see my eyes and said just hear my voice size of silver dollars. I described this new facility Utah valley dental app on the clinical director of education, and I have for the last two and a half years, and it's allowed I've been working with my own practice. They do dentistry from in ceramics and consoles for me the last almost twenty years one of the best labs North America my opinion, but it's in Provo Utah. It was in Provo Utah, which is about an hour south of. Salt Lake and other Linden right across from the Harley dealership. You'll appreciate that me. Literally. We can see it. It which is again about half hour, south of Salt Lake City. And you look at this lab anything. Okay, why why is it growing because if we took a poll of dental laboratories across the country, which is a bunch of their numbers were no longer be available because they went out of business because they just can't compete, and the others would say, you know, we're flack or the last two years at the only years that we actually did not increase revenue or production or clients or whatnot. Utah valley continue to grow and one of primaries against customer service,.

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