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"dr jack" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

02:12 min | 3 weeks ago

"dr jack" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

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"dr jack" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

05:13 min | Last month

"dr jack" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

"Epithelial, lining your blood vessels. So even if you had some sort of really bad or you have a family member had a really bad covid infection and maybe they have some of these complications not too far gone your body can heal it can repair itself I mean if you do the right things in the course of the year I mean, you can literally turn over just about every single cell and. And reform those and so that's the good news and obviously Jack and I we talked a lot about different strategies in order to do that, see start taking action with those things now. One of my favorite again, intermittent fasting, simple easy thing to practice and then incorporating good high quality, high intensity exercise during your fasting window either right at the end or maybe like towards the end of that window doing that high intensity exercise really stresses you metabolic. Lee and your body will adapt becomes stronger more resilient and will start to break down all those damaged cells and rebuild new ones and so Dr Jack this has been a fantastic interview. Any last words like a last strategies that we haven't talked about or any last words of advice I know also you do a fit webinars. Right at the end. I think that you know it's just you know we live in a culture of fear. and. I think it's important to get out of that culture of fear. You know we talked about all the strategies but again are any of that more. So important than positive mental health wellness believing that you are truly bulletproof your immune system is bulletproof not being afraid of a virus not being afraid of a back. You know bacteria again keeping your house the strongest. But both mental and physical, and when all we are doing sitting inside and watching television watching the fear channels We're we're we're just perpetuating the sickness and the chances of US getting sick. So it's like you know find your happy place get out of the out of the fear channel. You know it's like every time I log onto my email. You know it's like another person died another L. another celebrity is sick and it's just again. It's just the media is not there to inform us the media is there to keep us addicted to their programming. So they can sell us you know tylenol down the road or the new you know injection that's coming towards us. That's that's that's what they're trying to sell is that culture of fear that leads to the culture of profit for for them but we're wise to the system and we'll unplug was just keep by talking about the truth. and. We know the truth you can live without fear and I. You know that's that's liberating and let's up quickly about a fifth before we finish shop. I you know this is this is a really rapidly growing condition. It's scary. and obviously you know the medical system really has very little to no answers for it. But now you're providing this great Webinar and as program that you have to help people with that, can you talk more about that?.

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"dr jack" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

05:57 min | Last month

"dr jack" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

"This is Dr Jack Wilson Cardiologists good friend of mine and just a wealth of information real excited to have you on again Jack and we're GonNa talk a lot about Kobe. Talk about hydroxy chloroquine might okon drill health a fib or talk about vitamin D how it impacts as two receptors. And so much more. So Jack, thanks for joining us here in the podcast. David pleasure to beyond. As always appreciate anytime to be able to see you discuss this. You have a great conversation about health and wellness in You know people like you and I gotTa keep. The truth from the roof listening to mainstream and certainly mainstream medical doctors. They're not getting the full the full picture. By. Any means net we're here to provide. Yeah. Absolutely, and the last time Jack was on, we talked a lot about cholesterol. So if you're interested in that check that out that was actually episode one I think we're on Mike episode fifty now. So it was time to have Jack back because. You obviously, right here at the time we're doing this interview it's early August and We've got the quote unquote second wave of covid nineteen and a lot of panic going on a lot of people being affected by this, and so really wanted to dive into some of the the details behind covid nineteen and what's happening in. So Jack, what are you seeing from a medical perspective with covert nineteen obviously were seeing you know most of the people that are having. That affects have co morbidity he's and so what are you seeing as being kind of a primary driver between? Because we've we've adapted viruses throughout the history of mankind. So why? Why is this creating more panic than ever before? While I think the the panic situation is undoubtedly media driven I. Mean that's that's for sure never never before in our history has the media really taken a story and taking. To, this levels obviously, if we're talking about Ebola Zeka and you know the original SARS and all these other you know or or even a measles outbreak again, there is propaganda. And, sensationalism Ron all of it, but to this level right now it's it's there's there's never been anything like that, and if the vast majority appeal I'll talk about my practice in general I may have probably got three thousand.

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Chicago Public School Students Back Online After A Bumpy Start

Steve Cochran

00:59 sec | Last month

Chicago Public School Students Back Online After A Bumpy Start

"Are are back back on on line line this this morning morning for for the the second second day day of of the the learning. learning. A A one one had had some some hiccups hiccups says says we we hear hear from from WG WG ends ends Glenn Glenn Marshall Marshall uneducated put it like this. Everyone became a first year teacher once again after going through this the learning situation with more than 350,000 students on one thing that was important for the school year technology. Since remote learning is scheduled for the first quarter of the school year, CPS said they handed out around 128,000 devices that would help students. He also offered free high speed Internet for families that qualified. Still, that didn't stop frustrations coming from parents about issues with dealing with Internet problems. Even some teachers voiced their concerns on a zoom call yesterday morning. The Chicago Teachers Union talked about the lack of supplies there, seeing and how it could affect the school year. CPS CEO Dr Jack Janice Jackson says those who still have issues with unreliable Internet access have been encouraged to teach from their classrooms. But some teachers with health challenges. Say that is not an option. Hundreds of suburban

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"dr jack" Discussed on The Healthy Moms Podcast

The Healthy Moms Podcast

06:01 min | 3 months ago

"dr jack" Discussed on The Healthy Moms Podcast

"We keep ourselves bulletproof in as we keep ourselves bulletproof by doing all the things that we that we've discussed that we know that you have on your website and the other podcast interviews that you've done. You keep yourself bulletproof. That's what how we're going to survive. I Love I love show impatience You know talk about the movie castaway with Tom Hanks so Tom Hanks winds up on the remote island no matter what you think about Tom Hanks as an actor as a person whatever keep that aside. But think this about the movie castaway and he works for Fedex he's in a plane crash winds up on remote island and on the remote island he goes to sleep with the sundown. He awakes before the sunrise watches the sunrise spends the day out of the sun by the way he's. He's wearing a loincloth any of us who showed up on the island we would just be running around naked, which is our ancestors did it and there's no, there's no chemicals there's no pollution. There's no Wi fi cell phone towers em he's physically active on the island. The only thing that he suffers from on the island is we mentioned before is loneliness social isolation again is is is again so bad on so many different levels. That's the only issue there. So the point I'm trying to make is that if we were all born onto the island what our genetics, our genetics mean nothing. happened. On the if we live on the island like again, like Tom Hanks did and we live that kind of lifestyle we're bulletproof or not having heart attacks were not having strokes or not having cancer we're not. We're not going to be impacted by any kind of virus. We will truly live as long as we wanna live and that may be one, hundred, twenty, one, hundred, and thirty. I don't like to put numbers on one jeopardy at truly believe people can live as long as they wanna live when they stay happy and well but that's that's what's going to protect us going forward all the tools we need our inside of our. It's not going to be injected. It's not gonNA be You know through pharmaceutical whatever it is whatever this virus is it blow through the country and let's move on because what we've done is is damage that we cannot even comprehend and in the future we will we will see how how ravaging effects are. I agree with you and I believe we've already flown through an hour of time I. Think we'll have to do around to Wendy if you're willing because there's so many more topics that we can talk about. But a couple questions I left to ask toward the end of the interview are if there's a book or a number of books that have really influenced your life so what they are and why I love this question. Because I have a This question before do love to do a lot of reading obviously a lot of my stuff is now medical research but one of the first books that are read about just kind of like common sense about the way to eat was nutrition and physical degeneration by Weston a price, he wrote that book in the nineteen twenties as you traveled around. The world with his wife by boat looking at how how tribal people lived and and and why that was so healthy. So I love that particular book as really a good foundational point, commonsense eating. So nutrition and physical degeneration I. Also, I, I liked the book outwitting the devil by Napoleon. Hill, that was actually a second book. His First Book of course is world famous thinking grow rich but the second book that he wrote was only released a about ten twelve years ago finally released by his family because the concept of the devil was very. Very Taboo at the time in the nineteen thirties well essentially, it's all about about how the devil is anything that interferes with what you're supposed to do. So the devil could be like just like rummaging around on facebook like how you're gonNA, change the world and save the world Dr Jack Wolfson if you're on social media just for fun or quote Unquote Relax Station or maybe you're you're in the market for a new car and you do all this research on the new car well yet, it's important to know what kind of car you want to get. But again, at some point again it, it distracts you from what your main task is. So that's called outwitting the devil and then. Personally I love anything written by David Iky. I C. K E controversial to say the least. But a lot of thought about kind of why we are here how we exists what we are on a quantum level. All that stuff is is exciting and then and then finally let me say anything by an rand love love reading anything that she wrote. I will put links to all of those in the show notes and outwitting devils in new recommendation I. Look Forward to checking that went out. I'll also make sure that we link to your website in your writings that people can find an stay in touch with you but any parting advice for listeners or most important steps you would lead them for their health or for life balance in general. I think just those things that we talked about some of the what I guess all the different S.'s and SS sunshine and sleep and it's an and seafood, and then again the stress factor as well. I. Mean just you know find your happy Happy People I believe Katie truly happy. People. Don't get sick I believe that happiness finding you're happy whatever it may be so maybe involves relationship changes maybe involves career choice changes or locations of where you live or whatever it may be really work to find your happy because again as it's, it's cliche will only go around once and and you'd better be happy in this in this lifetime. So again, find your happy please love that that's perfect place to. End Like I said I would love to do around two one day. I appreciate your time. Thanks so much for sharing today. This was fascinating anytime. Thank you so much Katie and thanks as always to all of you for listening and for sharing your most valuable asset with us your time we're both so grateful that you did,.

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"dr jack" Discussed on The Wellness Mama Podcast

The Wellness Mama Podcast

08:07 min | 3 months ago

"dr jack" Discussed on The Wellness Mama Podcast

"To get sick some people will die people always die it does it does happen. But again, I think that the consequences of shutting down the country are far worse than letting this blow through our our country, and really it's time to highlight everything we're talking about her about real health and wellness. It's not about isolation is not about wearing masks. It's about again keeping your body bulletproof by eating the right foods living the lifestyle thinking the right thoughts that is how we are going to win the game when the war whatever it is that's how we're going to win to stay healthy for the long term. I agree with you that I think I always go back to kind of the STOIC idea of what are the things that are actually within our control that we have the power to change and when it comes to health outcomes, we always have the ability to choose our own inputs, our own actions, and to do things that improve our own health and that's always. The case and doing that has actually always been good for society as well because it reduces things like heart disease risk and cancer risk, which could have a big cost for society. But now we're acutely it can help. We know there are certain things we can do to support our body that can help our ability to withstand viruses in respiratory illnesses and I'm right there. With you. It's kind of unprecedented that we've seen a complete societal shut down for any type of disease and it's kind of surprising to me how rapidly that happened in how so many people seem to have just sort of accepted that, and certainly it's a very controversial topic. My personal take is that I'm not worried about the virus Dolphin I would gladly get it. And get it over with and contribute to that I. Think you're right I think we have to look at total harm minimization, not just total cases of the virus, and when we look at what we've done to the economy and the potential costs long-term to the economy of about ten million dollars per patient who's actually had co bid for not actually doing very much to. Look at total harmonization, I. Think we're going to be dealing with the aftermath economically for an extremely long time. Then when you're looking at something on a nationwide level, you can't discount how important that is and how that's GonNa Affect, mental health, and other health outcomes over the long term. So again, I don't know what the solution is but. I think it's something. We need a lot of great minds working on solutions four right now because it's completely unprecedented. In a real quick and I, think my solution is. Whatever it is. Let it blow through I mean you know let everybody gets sick or let everybody the exposed to this virus I mean certainly I, mean not to go in other directions here. I'm not afraid of any natural virus that would that would occur I'm not afraid of natural bacteria, fungus virus obviously man made viruses are different different conversations. But again, we keep ourselves bulletproof and as we keep ourselves bulletproof by doing all the things that we that we've discussed that we know that you have on your website and the other podcast interviews that you've done. You keep yourself bulletproof. That's what how we're going to survive. I Love I love showing patients You know talk about the movie castaway with Tom Hanks so Tom Hanks winds up on the remote island no matter what you think about Tom Hanks as an actor as a person whatever keep that aside. But think this about the movie castaway and he works for Fedex he's in a plane crash winds up on remote island and on the remote island, he goes to sleep the sundown he awakes before the sunrise watches the sunrise spends the day out of the sun by the way he's he's wearing. A loincloth any of us who showed up on the island we would just be running around naked, which is our ancestors did it and there's no, there's no chemicals there's no pollution there's no Wi fi cell phone towers math. He's physically active on the island. The only thing that he suffers from on the island is we mentioned before is loneliness social isolation again is is is again so bad on so many different levels. That's the only issue there. So the point I'm trying to make is that if we were all born onto the island, what our genetics, our genetics mean nothing on the island. On the if we live on the island like again, like Tom Hanks did and we live that kind of lifestyle we're bulletproof or not having heart attacks were not having strokes or not having cancer we're not. We're not going to be impacted by any kind of virus we will truly live as long as we wanna live, and that may be one, hundred, twenty, one, hundred, and thirty. I don't like to put numbers on one jeopardy at truly believe people can live as long as they wanna live when they stay happy and well. But that's that's what's going to protect us going forward all the tools we need our inside of our body. It's not going to be injected. It's not gonNA be You know through pharmaceutical whatever it is whatever this virus is. Blow through the country and let's move on because what we've done is is damage that we cannot even comprehend, and in the future we will we will see how how ravaging effects are. I agree with you and I believe we've already flown through an hour of time. I think we'll have to do around to Wendy if you're willing because there's so many more topics that we can talk about. But a couple questions I left to ask toward the end of the interview are if there's a book or a number of books that have really influenced your life so what they are and why I love this question. 'cause obviously mass this question before do love to do a lot of reading. Obviously a lot of my stuff is now medical research but one of the first books that are read about just kind of like common sense about the way to eat was nutrition and physical degeneration By Weston a price he wrote that book in the nineteen twenties as you traveled around the world with his wife by boat looking at how how tribal people lived and and. And why that was so healthy. So I love that particular book as really a good foundational point, commonsense eating. So nutrition and physical degeneration I also I I liked the book outwitting the devil by Napoleon Hill that was actually a second book. His First Book of course is world famous thinking grow rich but the second book that he wrote was only released a ten twelve years ago finally released by his family because the concept of the devil was very. Very, taboo at the time in the nineteen thirties. Well, essentially, it's all about about how the devil is anything that interferes with what you're supposed to do. So the devil could be like just like rummaging around on facebook like how you're GonNa change the world and save the World Dr, Jack, Wolfson. If you're on social media just for fun or quote Unquote Relax Station or maybe you're you're in the market for a new car and you do all this research on the new car well yet, it's important to know what kind of car you want to get. At some point again it it distracts you from what your main task is. So that's called outwitting the devil and then. Personally, I love anything written by David Iky, IC- k. e. controversial to say the least. But a lot of thought about kind of why we are here how we exists what we are on a quantum level. All that stuff is is exciting and then and then finally let me say anything by an rand love love reading anything that she wrote. I will put links to all of those in the show notes and outwitting devils in new recommendation I. Look Forward to checking that went out. I'll also make sure that we link to your website in your writings that people can find an stay in touch with you but any parting advice for listeners or most important steps you would lead them. For their health or for life balance in general I think just those things that we talked about you know some of the what I guess all the different S.'s and SS sunshine and sleep and it's an and seafood, and then again, the stress factor as well. I mean just you know find your happy happy people I believe Katie truly. Happy. People. Don't get sick I. believe that happiness finding you're happy whatever it may be so maybe.

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"dr jack" Discussed on The Healthy Moms Podcast

The Healthy Moms Podcast

06:01 min | 3 months ago

"dr jack" Discussed on The Healthy Moms Podcast

"I actually I don't know what the solution is but I'm hoping that maybe this will spark a return to more authentic real types of tribes because for. So long a lot of those things feel. Like, they've moved online or digital or have gotten just pushed to the wayside where the tribe became maybe just the school environment or You know the social groups that that came from that for a lot of families and for a lot of kids and I'm hoping now that isolation has kind of been forced for a while that we will get back to those small real life communities of people that we live nearby and have common interests with in contrast, and we actually can build stronger communities overtime because like you said I think. We're GONNA see some really drastic and dangerous outcomes from this. I think you know one thing that we really haven't touched on at all as it pretends to cardiovascular health and wellness and and again, everybody loves to debate. The Food Story. Food any more important than sunshine? We said, no is food anymore important than sleep definitely, not just food any more important than physical activity probably not is food any more important than environmental toxins environmental toxins are pretty darn nasty according to the medical literature but the more the more that I I I, learn the more that I. Live the more that I see the more patients that I see I think the number one risk factor in any and all disease is stressed stress. Fear anxiety, which now are at an all time high. Is I think the biggest risk factor for all disease and I think the medical literature really does support that. Again stresses linked to hypertension linked to heart attack risk, stroke, risk cardiomyopathy, risk atrial fibrillation, and those are just cardiology diagnosis aside from. Cancer and bringing diseases and stuff like that. But as we are getting pushed into stress at an all time high, it's something that again is is just it needs to be controlled and you know as you said, I do hope I can. I can hope that's the end of all of this again is about how we rebuild our communities, but we're being driven so far into isolation from one another while I I, don't know I don't know how the communities are going to start to repair themselves after this one when everyone is is going to be now conditioned to socially distance and that someone sneezes in a grocery store that it's. Time to evacuate the store. It's stresses at an all time high and we're GONNA see the ramifications of it. You Know Katie real quick people with with all the mass unemployment that's going on right now because shutdowns and lockdowns people that are that are unemployed of a five, hundred percent higher risk of committing suicide but they also have two hundred, eighty percent higher risk of dying of cardiovascular disease while they're unemployed. So the mass amount of unemployment that is going on right now again is going to lead to so many different downstream problems, Katie. My personal opinion on this would have been whatever viruses let it blow through the country. People are going to get sick some people will die people always die it does it does happen but again, I think that the consequences of shutting down the country are far worse than letting this blow through our our country and really it's time to highlight everything we're talking about her about real health and wellness it's not about isolation is not about wearing masks. It's about again keeping your body bulletproof by eating the right foods living the lifestyle thinking the right thoughts that is how we are going to win the game when the war whatever it is that's how we're going to win to stay healthy for the long term. I agree with you that I think I always go back to kind of the STOIC idea of what are the things that are actually within our control that we have the power to change and when it comes to health outcomes, we always have the ability to choose our own inputs, our own actions, and to do things that improve our own health and that's always. The case and doing that has actually always been good for society as well because it reduces things like heart disease risk and cancer risk, which could have a big cost for society. But now we're acutely it can help. We know there are certain things we can do to support our body that can help our ability to withstand viruses in respiratory illnesses and I'm right there. With you. It's kind of unprecedented that we've seen a complete societal shut down for any type of disease and it's kind of surprising to me how rapidly that happened in how so many people seem to have just sort of accepted that, and certainly it's a very controversial topic. My personal take is that I'm not worried about the virus Dolphin I would gladly get it. And get it over with and contribute to that I. Think you're right I think we have to look at total harm minimization, not just total cases of the virus, and when we look at what we've done to the economy and the potential costs long-term to the economy of about ten million dollars per patient who's actually had co bid for not actually doing very much to. Look at total harmonization I think we're going to be dealing with the aftermath economically for an extremely long time. Then when you're looking at something on a nationwide level, you can't discount how important that is and how that's GonNa Affect. Mental Health. And other health outcomes over the long term. So again, I don't know what the solution is but. I think it's something. We need a lot of great minds working on solutions four right now because it's completely unprecedented. In a real quick and I think my solution is. Whatever it is. Let it blow through. A you know let everybody gets sick or let everybody be exposed to this virus I mean certainly I mean not to go in other directions here. I'm not afraid of any natural virus that would that would occur I'm not afraid of natural bacteria, fungus virus obviously man made viruses are different different conversations but again,.

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"dr jack" Discussed on The Wellness Mama Podcast

The Wellness Mama Podcast

08:17 min | 3 months ago

"dr jack" Discussed on The Wellness Mama Podcast

"Than once per week and that again that data comes out of Finland on big Fan of Sauna use I love the I love sweat on as I love to sweat I think it's a great detoxification of our ancestors were constantly sweating and now most people never sweats. So then there's value in the sweat aspect of it and detoxification, but I think also the components of infrared whether it's far medium in in a near infrared. I think are all beneficial I think it can be a new thing can be a family thing as well as far as SAUNAS concerned So I do incorporate it into my life. I do so more Katie in the wintertime when I'm not getting that natural sun exposure in the summertime I don't use the Sauna very often in the finally I'll say this I don't be interested in your take I'm sure it's similar to mine when you're in the sauna it's really A time to have conversations time to have inner peace to to meditate to have constructive thinking time. If you will I, don't mind listening to music on the outside, but it's like people I've seen people take their ipad in the sauna cellphone in the Sauna, even reading a book or a magazine in the Sauna. The problem is that the sauna heats up those materials and now they start to out gas and now you think you're detoxing while you're breathing in the glued. Losing materials from that book or a magazine, I would encourage people again just when you go into the Sauna, take a glass of of your high quality water take in your organic towel that is You know wash with or Ganic laundry products, natural laundry products and Yeah. Just have some good quality thinking time. Very much in agreement with you on that and I think the Sauna, the benefits as well as that it's a time of hopefully relaxation like you said in the body going into a pair sympathetic pathetic state, and so I think even. Trying to read or learn or something can keep you from getting as relaxed as possible. I think what I saw in Finland that really struck me was. The son, of course, has health benefits just based on the heat and everything we studied. But I really think a lot of those benefits come from it being a of community relationship for them and getting in this with other people in having great conversations I think that often is an underestimated factor when it comes to overall health and we look at the data blue zones and just data in general we know that having. Really good high-quality relationships in having a strong community around you are really big predictors of overall health. In fact, I've seen even some studies that would say those standup almost any other health actor you have. So I, think if it's possible making sauna time a time for family time together or time with people in your community or that you have relationships with I think that's a whole benefit of its own that really can't be discounted. Kit I mean if you don't mind like to expand on that as well those those are fantastic points the sense of community and in no time is this more important than right now right? I? MEAN during covert while everybody's on lockdown everybody's you know it's supposed to be stuck inside of their house and they're in isolation. The cardiology ramifications of that are absolutely cataclysmic We know from the cardiology literature that's social isolation markedly increases your risk of death. Again. People are are socially isolated before it's now worse than ever and again losing that community bonding the importance of of hug the importance of of of physical contact with one another or like you said being born into the Communities Katie limit. Let me throw this out to you as well as long as I'm talking about it what do you think about what's happening to these children? Now that are born into the world. And all they are seeing right now is they are stuck at home with mom maybe data's around once in a while because dads off at work. Now, the baby who was supposed to be born into the tribe supposed to be born into the community like all of the other humans and all the other monkeys and primates were now they're just they're around all these other contacts. Now they're stuck at home in social isolation all they see as mom, and then when they go out into the world, all they see is other people wearing masks I think that the long. Consequences of this are just going to be again, just catastrophic and it just so sad for these young children for these babies being born into this world. and. It's. It's really it's. It's it's horrible. It's horrible on so many levels. I fully agree with you especially just what we know of early. Childhood. Brain development and how seeing facial expressions and mirroring them is so important for brain development. I think I think you're right babies aren't going to get enough inputs and they're going to get enough exposure to a wide variety of people that should be in their tribe and I actually I don't know what the solution is but I'm hoping that maybe this will spark a return to more authentic real types of tribes because for. So long a lot of those things feel. Like. They've moved online or digital or have gotten just pushed to the wayside where the tribe became maybe just the school environment or You know the social groups that that came from that for a lot of families and for a lot of kids and I'm hoping now that isolation has kind of been forced for a while that we will get back to those small real life communities of people that we live nearby and have common interests with in West, and we actually can build stronger communities overtime because like you said I think. We're GONNA see some really drastic and dangerous outcomes from this. I. Think you know one thing that we really haven't touched on It pretends to cardiovascular health and wellness and and again, everybody loves to debate. The Food Story. Food. Any more important than sunshine? We said, no is food. Any more important than sleep definitely, not just food any more important than physical activity probably not is food any more important than environmental toxins environmental toxins are pretty darn nasty according to the medical literature but the more the more that I I I learn the more that I live the more that I, see the more patients that I see I think the number one risk factor in any and all disease is stressed stress. Fear or anxiety, which now are at an all time high. Is, I think the biggest risk factor for all disease and I think the medical literature really does support that. Again stresses linked to hypertension linked to heart attack risk stroke risk cardiomyopathy risk atrial fibrillation, and those are just cardiology diagnosis aside from. Cancer and bringing diseases and stuff like that. But as we are getting pushed into stress at an all time high, it's something that again is is just it needs to be controlled and you know as you said I do hope I can. I can hope that's the end of all of this again is about how we rebuild our communities but we're being driven so far into isolation from one another while I, I don't know I don't know how the communities are going to start to repair themselves after this one when everyone is is going to be now conditioned to socially distance and that someone sneezes in a grocery store that it's. Time to evacuate the store, it's stresses at an all-time high and we're GONNA see the ramifications of it. You Know Katie real quick people with with all the mass unemployment that's going on right now because shutdowns and lockdowns people that are that are unemployed of a five hundred percent higher risk of committing suicide but they also have a two hundred eighty percent higher risk of dying of cardiovascular disease while they're unemployed. So the mass amount of unemployment that is going on right now again is going to lead to so many different downstream problems Katie. My personal opinion on this would have been whatever viruses let it blow through the country. People are going.

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"dr jack" Discussed on The Wellness Mama Podcast

The Wellness Mama Podcast

07:45 min | 3 months ago

"dr jack" Discussed on The Wellness Mama Podcast

"Again about how cardiologists ninety nine percent cardiologists. Would have no response to what you just said about the importance of checking iron and ferreting levels and making sure those are under control for cardiovascular health and wellness and yes Menstruating women, they bleed are Paleo ancestors they used to bleed they used to have trauma they used to get cut. There was bleeding that would happen and you know, of course as men and women alike. Now, we don't even cut ourselves shaving. So there's no blood loss. All we do is stack up all of that iron and it storage form, which is called Sheraton and I. Think it is a massive problem especially two men that are on testosterone replacement. So I don't think a lot of your listeners have in our on on a new testosterone replacement their males but I think this is a major issue for men that are on testosterone and that's a whole nother discussion but again, testosterone tends to really stack up hemoglobin. So high hemoglobin high on, and now essentially your heart is pumping around sludge and that will increase cardiovascular risk. So in answer to your question I love checking. Iron I love checking. Sheraton. Ideally both are below a hundred I. Think the optimal range for iron is probably between thirty and fifty and I. I think getting blood drawn for testing. Every three months I think really gives us objective measurements of where we're at and to make sure we're on track into, keep us on track I think that's important. But also the fact that you're getting even just a few tubes of blood drawn I think it's beneficial and then like you mentioned the. Concept of Therapeutic F- lobotomy where people go to either donate blood or if they don't take your blood, you can just again have blood drawn maybe it's two hundred and fifty C.. C.'s maybe as five hundred CICI's of blood and doing. So every three to four months while you're monitoring iron while you're monitoring ferreted, and while you are monitoring your hemoglobin to make sure that you're not getting Nemec but I, do think that's valuable I do practice that personally and. Ultimately, there is data that says that people that donate blood regularly have like a seventy to eighty percent lower risk of dying compared to the people that never donate blood. So I do think it is very important and it's something that I check on every single patient. That's fascinating and good to know I love things like that where you can truly potentially save someone else's life and also get a health benefit of your own i. think those kind of little things can make such a big difference like you said, when we do them regularly, I had no idea. The data was that strong though for reduction in risk rate I another thing you have written about and talked about a quite a bit is vitamin D and You touched on this. A little bit at the beginning of the interview but I would love to go deep on this because it's something I've researched quite a bit that I monitor in my family members, their vitamin D levels I know we're seeing correlations with that and Kobe outcomes, and certainly there's a lot of data on vitamin D status and cardiovascular health. So talk to us about from a doctor's perspective what you look at when it comes to vitamin D, what we to know to optimize this? Vitamin D? Obviously, a really is a hormone produced in the skin and actually it's produced from cholesterol. So as cholesterol is traveling around through the body through the blood vessels of the body when the sun hits cholesterol, it turns it into Vitamin D. so if we have quote unquote cholesterol, it is typically a sun shined deficiency because when you have high. oftentimes, it's with low vitamin D levels. So as you get more sunshine, you turn that cholesterol, which now will drop you turn it into vitamin D and it'll start going up. So the body does all these things in the body. Does it absolutely perfectly until we as humans interfere with it with a modern lifestyle now, vitamin D receptors are everywhere in the body. Every single cell has these catcher's mitts for vitamin. D? So they need to be activated. By vitamin D and in the receptors, go inside of these cells and work their magic they do what they're supposed to do, and if we don't have vitamin D to activate it then again, the system doesn't work but again, the answer is not vitamin. D in the supplement form, you can get plenty of vitamin. You can get quality vitamin D from eating animal foods that have vitamin D. in them because the animal produced it for for its livelihood. And it's true of eggs as well and The the point being though is that again when you have low vitamin D now it's a signal to tell you you need to get sunshine and Smart Sunshine at that. So the importance of getting more on noontime Sun afternoon sign the you talked about you know everybody loves to debate the food story but if anyone thinks that food and nutrition is more important than sunshine, they would be. Critically making an error in their health and in the advice that they're giving a other people, sunshine is just as important as food and. Measuring those vitamin. D. Levels are really critical and you know, Katie I've spoke all over the world and I've got people that come to see me from all over the world people from Canada people from New York people from Minnesota people from Portland Seattle Norway Russia and it. So often these kinda cold weather climates. That's why they have cardiovascular issues high blood pressure, atrial fibrillation, heart attacks, cardiomyopathy, whatever it may be because they live in these climates where they don't get sunshine and what do I tell people I tell people to move Mike. Yeah. Know, that's my best advice is for you to move move to a sunny climates. If you'RE NOT GONNA move I understand the reasons why you'd better take a lot of vacations to get into the sun. So for every five to seven weeks you're up in the cool a climate where you're not getting son in the wintertime you better take five to seven days of vacation I do agree that there is room for Red Light. Therapy infrared sauna I think that stuff has value but again, nothing replaces the power of the sun and I do think that Vitamin D supplementation has a role along with vitamin K specifically vitamin K to supplementation for people in the wintertime whether just not getting the sunshine exposure, and then finally let me just say when it's when it's the summertime stack up the sun almost like you're Sarah going in hibernation you're building up. All these high vitamin D levels. So you can carry it safely through the wintertime and all of that is so important. Especially, the sunshine piece I think I focused on nutrition side just because of my background for a really long time and I notice a drastic difference when I started using sunlight to my advantage in several ways both in the form of morning sunlight as soon as possible after waking up which we know has benefits. For kind of the whole hormone cascade throughout the day and that made a big difference, my energy levels in my sleep, and then also getting vitamin D through the sun it midday whenever possible I found out through. I have some BDR. Mutations I don't absorb vitamin D well through supplements and so I do actually need the Sun and there's a segment of the population that has the same condition into for me sunlight was A. Really.

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"dr jack" Discussed on The Wellness Mama Podcast

The Wellness Mama Podcast

06:22 min | 3 months ago

"dr jack" Discussed on The Wellness Mama Podcast

"You on today in to talk is that at least based on the most recent data I've seen heart disease is still the number one killer in the US, and so this is a massive problem and it's not one that a lot of people I think. Really start to pay attention to when they're young. It tends to be something maybe people in their fifties or sixties start to realize could be problematic but it seems like there's a whole lot that we can do in our younger years that can help really improve our odds as we get older when it comes to heart health. So I'd love to start brought in go specific. But what are some common heart conditions that young people might face and then also what are some the tend to come more with age? For sure. Heart disease is the number one killer worldwide I mean, frankly I mean it does happen younger folks the pre menopausal woman, the woman who is still having periods still menstruating she appears to be very well protected from the typical heart disease that we think of but to conditions I'll talk about real quickly I think that young women should really know about because the number one cause of heart attacks in younger women is something called spontaneous coronary. Artery dissection and I think women should have some understanding as to what it is because if you do have the symptoms of a heart attack, we shouldn't kind of glosses over and pass it over. We should really look into it and I think young women certainly could get missed and scattered S. C. A. D. Happens oftentimes under stress. So stress right now is at an all time high. So we really need to pay attention to what the signs and symptoms are. Of Scout and again, it's heart attack symptoms. It's pressure in the center of the chest it could be shortness of breath it could be sudden sweating nausea and I don't WanNa scare again I don't want to scare women here but I want them to just you know it's it's not a common diagnosis, but it does happen I. Think women should have some awareness of it and I know your audience is so educated. So I think I'd like to see. Him read up on this and I've got a few blog posts on Scott as well. There's another one called Takasu bio cardiomyopathy or broken heart syndrome, which is, which is where some stressful event again causes something that looks like a heart attack and it leads to heart damage. I'd like your audience to become aware of that and I talk about that on my website, but you know listen the most common thing. I. Hear From Young Women about is really palpitations. Flip flops skipped beats in women We would say are typically. PVC's premature beats. They can be very problematic very bothersome and women are concerned about that and we have a lot of You know interesting stuff on that and I actually have an upcoming. A webinar on this particular topic and I think young women really need to to get a good understanding is to what palpitations are, and we could you know what why they're from why pharmaceuticals are not the answer and how we can treat it naturally. But just wrapping all this is that like you said, of course, the behaviors that we do now prevent us from developing high blood pressure down the road coronary artery disease down the road. Strokes down the road. So the behaviors that that you teach on your website are obviously super super critical for these women to again. Yeah I'M GONNA. I WANNA be around for for my children and I want to be at their weddings and I want to see the grandchildren and I want to see the grand children get married and so on and so forth. I wanted to live a very, very, very long life and I wanna live in a healthy way. I love that and like I said, I think this is something that's so important to think about even at a young age and the people just aren't, and I'm curious many people listening very good advocates in their own health and do a lot of you know at home management and testing and experimentation when it comes to heart health, are there metrics that we can test from home or in a lab or looking at things like resting heart rate? Are there metrics that we can monitor to kind of get a picture of how our hearts doing? Yes certainly, I think looking at resting heart rate is actually a very good a very good idea. I mean certainly resting heart rates in a young healthy person while they're sitting and maybe you know reading a book, it should be in the fifties anything You know fifties maybe into the sixties anything above that while you're at rest I think is, is certainly a sign that we need to up our game a little bit and either whether it's you know. Make better food choices or or again in a look into sleep look into sunshine looking to environmental toxins. If you're if you're reading a book in your house in your in your heart rate is seventy five and you're not under stress for any particular reason I think again, you need to look maybe some environmental toxins maybe your house is full of mold You know again, I think that's a great point that you that you make that the heart rate should be. Nice and welcoming controlled in those in those scenarios Outside of that, you know as far as inflammation we know is linked to cardiovascular disease inflammation is linked to heart attack inflammation is linked to stroke. It's also linked to cancer and brain disease and everything else and the the real big sign of inflammation is pain. So if you kind of have pains if you have aches and pains like you just wake up in the morning and and again you hurt or it's An evening and you hurt that's a sign that you're inflamed again that's that's where we need to start digging in deeper to to see what the issue to see what the issue is I think also you know checking your blood pressure certainly doesn't hurt I'm not saying you gotta check it every day but you know if you do you know check your blood pressure the healthy person you know healthy young person blood pressure one, hundred over sixty, one, ten over seventy. One sixteen over seventy, six, those kind of numbers. Once you start getting into a top number above one twenty and you're young I think again it's an opportunity for you to really kind of dive in to what's happening and then I'll say one more thing about this Katie 'cause it going back to the pulse thing that you mentioned we can check for food sensitivities. By checking.

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"dr jack" Discussed on The Wellness Mama Podcast

The Wellness Mama Podcast

08:07 min | 3 months ago

"dr jack" Discussed on The Wellness Mama Podcast

"Just safe and natural to actually be food for your hair skin and body I. AM really excited to share this episode with you. I am here with Dr Jack Wolfson who is a board certified cardiologist who uses nutrition lifestyle changes. And supplements to help avoid and handle disease We talk about all things, heart health and some common myths to dispel together with his wife who's Dr Wolfson, they are the doctors Wolfson are linked to their website in the show notes you guys can find them. They have an excellent resource for all kinds of holistic health and lifestyle information. They are parents to three kids who were all born at home and in this episode Dr Wolfson. And I go deep on heart health but so much more. He talks about things like heart problems that can affect even young people and what to do about them metrics that we can track to know how our heart is doing at home factors that we can change to improve heart health and overall health, and we some common myths and misconceptions about things like cholesterol, saturated fat, and Vitamin D Sunshine, and also things like one small change you. Can do that could save someone else's life and also reduce your risk of certain problems by as much as seventy or eighty percent really fascinating episode. I know that you will enjoy this as much as I enjoyed recording it, and without further ado here we go. Tekere Wolfson. Welcome thanks for being here. Thanks so much Katie pleasure to be on and really excited to delve into so many issues that really are going to be just so beneficial. For your audience. So ready to roll me too. I have so many. So many areas I want to delve into with you, but I always love to learn a little bit about my guests I, and I know that you are cardiologists Dr. I. Love to hear a little bit of your story and how you became a natural heart doctor. Thing basically like my father before me, my father was a cardiologist. I wanted to be exactly like my dad and follow in his footsteps and that's exactly what I did. I went through four years of medical school three years of internal medicine, three years of cardiology, and then I joined a very large cardiology practice in Arizona where I became a senior partner and on the job I'm doing Angie Grams and pacemakers and all the high tech cardiology stuff that that US cardiologists do and. In two, thousand and five. So a couple of years on the job that's when I met the woman who would become my wife and she is a doctor of Chiropractic as she says, Dr of cause and she starts telling me all this stuff about how doctors killing people that drugs are worthless procedures are worthless. Marin, up my entire career is a sham and Katie. She told me this stuff like on our first date. And what she was saying. Is Far as you know as far as these things and how I need to become a doctor of cars to talk about nutrition at talk about important lifestyle things, unhealthy lifestyle and and using evidence based supplements in Chiropractic care move this stuff really resonated with me because I saw sickness all around me as a conventional cardiologist I saw sickness in my own family with my father and has my father is dying of Parkinson's like disease in his late fifties his late fifties he's dying of a Parkinson's like disease and the Mayo Clinic tells us. There's nothing we can do for your father. We have no idea why your father is sick. And there's nothing we can do to help him here comes this. You know twenty something year old chiropractor and she's like I'll tell you exactly why your father's sick because he eats garbage food he doesn't get good sleep in Chicago cardiologists he doesn't get any sunshine he. He drinks too much alcohol. He takes this neuro toxin poison called lipitor. For Cholesterol, he's around radiation exposure, and of course, NFL, all the hospital based toxins. She's like that's why your father's sick and it made perfect sense to me were most cardiologists medical doctors would run from this person to me. It was quite simple to listen to this woman number one. She's absolutely drop dead gorgeous and number two she was spot on and that's how I changed to a natural cardiologist open up my own practice in two thousand, twelve Wolfson integrative cardiology together my wife and I are the Doctors Wolfson and wrote my book in Two Thousand Fifteen and there you go. Love that and I love hearing voices like yours and your wife's who are in the medical field and who are speaking to this holistic approach. I know I've taken heat for that as a doctor as a mom doing research and I always thought it would be great. One doctor speak out about this because then they can people were really listen and they will change the industry but I would guess you've probably gotten some heat for saying some of these things in your profession as well. I do Katie. I do every day we get commentary and whether it's on social media, we get emails or phone calls I'm on a Webinar maybe somebody who doesn't like what I have to say you know they make comments but as you know, you gotTa have free thick skin to survive in the world in general let alone in the natural health space there's so many people that are against our message because again, it just it really shocks what people have learned rocks the foundation of of what they think is health and wellness. So. That's a problem there, and then the other side of that of course that it's such a pharmaceutical driven world is so geared towards conventional medicine conventional doctors that those industries. Of course, you know fight US tooth and nail and you know it's I i. know I know your credentials and I know your history and obviously respect everything that you do. But I i. always laugh when people comment you know whatever and sometimes like people have called me like like. Daddy blogger and you're a mommy blogger. Oh, you listening to Mommy Bloggers Yep. Mommy bloggers who go to the Internet who go to pubmed dot Gov and pull up the medical literature like a mommy bloggers who are actually doing the research as opposed to the cardiologists of the biggest group that I left. When nobody does any research everybody there is only interested in pills only interested in surgeries they're not interested in finding the cause. So when Katie wells or any other. Blogger, goes into the medical literature and pulls this stuff up like wait a second it turns out that sunshine is really important for heart health and sleep is critical for heart health and environmental toxins or dangerous to your heart y are the cardiologists talking about it? They're not talking about it because they've never been taught. To learn about it and again, it doesn't make money for the cardiologists. So why would the cardiologists sit and talk about air pollution and all of its infinite risks when they don't make any money on it and it's it's really a sad of affairs. But you know again, let's not worry about and and I don't mind offending people on facebook social media if you don't like what. I have to say and I know you've you've said the same thing as well. Katie Ellison if you don't like what I have to say, you know what? My my my pages and right for you go to another page where where people are are more in line with what you WanNa talk about get off my email to the unsubscribe button. It's real simple. You don't like my message. Go somewhere else exactly and I think you hit on a really important point is that parents especially parents who have health issues or have children with health issues I think are some of the most motivated researchers in the world and I think the best outcomes happened when we have educated intelligent parents who are looking into these issues asking great questions working with practitioners doctors who are also doing the Same. Thing I, think that's when we're going to see the actual change in the industry and the reason I was. So excited to have.

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Michigan tries new approaches to coronavirus testing

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

09:27 min | 3 months ago

Michigan tries new approaches to coronavirus testing

"Michigan was one of the State's first at bat against a huge outbreak of corona virus. Michigan hit its peak in April reporting a high of more than eighteen hundred new cases on April. The third new cases remained above fifteen hundred for days that month Governor Gretchen whitmer declared a state of emergency by April first she closed all schools throughout the academic year hospitals were overrun even as workers faced layoffs and paycuts thousands. Of medical workers came down with the virus as they struggled to treat patients, and by the end of the month, the state ranked third for the highest number of coronavirus fatalities in the country Michigan struggled to bend the curve, but Michigan came through the curve bent. Now, the question is whether Michigan can stay out of the red zone and the state has seen a few smaller waves since the worst of it this spring, there was the outbreak last month that. Harper's bar the popular haunt for Michigan State University which reopened to an unexpectedly large crowd on June. The eighth local reporters found young patrons lining up less than six feet apart, and then packing the dance floor like they would on an ordinary non pandemic night. No masks to see in that picture state health officials later link that bar nearly two hundred new infections and today Michigan posted one of its higher totals of statewide new cases for the past couple of. Months and that's concerning especially because everywhere in the country right now, educators are trying to figure out how to get education going again it's basically every state and in some instances, every school district or even school for themselves at Michigan, State, in East Lansing, they're exploring a combination strategy that's going to be new to them, and that might be new for anyone else and it starts with a spit test developed at the university by neuroscience professor named Jack Lipton this man. The kit costs around three dollars a piece, and as you can see, it's pretty simple. You can do this in the privacy of your own apartment or dorm room you put your sample in the vial with the Little Barcode you seal it in the bag and Wallah your part is over the lab at Michigan State will take your sample and combine it with others in what is known as pool testing, which maybe you've heard about recently, the idea behind pulled testing is that it can help labs do more way more with weight less instead of having each person take their own. Separate test you pull the samples from a small number of people about a dozen and you run a single test on that pool of the pool turns up positive only then do you need each person in the pool to take a test but if the pool turns up negative, you're done the single test covered a dozen people in a place where you expect a lot of negatives. Pool testing is remarkably efficient at Michigan state. They're going to step further than that. Each volunteer who takes a spit test goes into separate pools of about ten or so people so think about it like. Two teams. You're Miami Dolphin and a Seattle Seahawk, or you're Houston rocket and in Minnesota Timber Wolves choose your metaphor. The point is if two pools come back with positive results, it can only mean one thing. The lab just finds the person who belongs to both pools using a handy grid like this one, and then recommends that that person get a follow up diagnostic test. It's like playing Bingo be six Bingo you might have corona virus. That's what Professor Lipton plans to do with samples from MSU volunteers testing two thousand of them every day and referring any apparent positives for an individual diagnostic test. Now, the third and most unusual part of this plan has to do with sewage scientists are discovering that they can spot a rising rotavirus cases early on by texting. Communities, Wastewater Michigan State, professor, Joan Rose and her team have been testing the campus wastewater. Since April she says, they noticed a peak in the virus that lined up with the news about an outbreak at a college hang out which demonstrated that there sewage diving expeditions worked I made that up I don't know if they're actually diving. For the testing this fall, the idea is to sample the wastewater from different places on campus so that they can get hyper local data if they can get good enough at sampling and turning around their result in a timely fashion, their work could act as an early alert system for Michigan State perhaps, even at the level of individual buildings. So you've got the pool testing with the affordable spit kits you've got expanded. Diagnostic testing. But literally just for those people who appear to be positive or just playing turn-up sick and then you've got the wastewater testing which increasingly looks like a functioning means of getting a warning in time to react if the plan works, it could help the university find and contain outbreaks. If it works the plan could help Michigan State and it's sixty seven thousand students stay on campus and have something like a semester. Joining us now is the aforementioned Dr Jack? Lipton. Of Translational Neuroscience at Michigan State University Dr Lipton. Thank you for being with us. We've heard about pool testing I want you to tell us a little more about it and why it it specifically helpful in this instance what what about Michigan State makes it a perfect candidate for the pooling of spit. What would you think about full testing end and Michigan state one of the things that you're that is really important to understand that the resources that we have is that university are fairly limited. Bright. But we're not a multinational corporation. So funds are limited resources are limited and pooling allows us to. have. More. More test being done with the same amount of resources or with less resources. So in this case, if we're dealing with supply chain issues with testing if we can test ten people with reagents that we would need to test one person, then we are were saving a lot in terms of of supplies, and if we don't have to run ten tests and we can run one test, we save a lot of time. So if you can save time and you can save supplies, you're going to Yeah. Ultimately conserve and that's really what our goal is and this. This works 'cause you're not expecting a large proportion of people to have this thing right. So generally speaking a bunch of these pools, we'll come out negative. Right. pools if you if you have about ten people in a pool in your expectation is maybe seeing two or three out of a hundred people. Show up positive than most of your pools are going to be negative. The more the prevalence increases the more the rates of infection increase. Then you're going to have more and more positive bulls. If one out of every ten people are positive than a pool of ten, most likely is going to have a positive individual in it. So you have to really balance pool size and prevalence together in order to come up with the right balance to save resources and save time. So the this actually could have broader implications There's a Wall Street Journal op-ed that you wrote about a previous test not this one that we're talking about, but it was a concept of pulling in you set across the United States tens of thousands of similar academic research labs have the expertise and equipment to help the country test for covid nineteen. If even one tenth of these labs joined the effort we could. Test an additional five, hundred thousand to one million samples a day. Your larger point here is that there are ways to get to more people and and then figure it out early rather than what we're in right now where there are some places where people are waiting in excess of seven days for typical test results in a in a concentrated environment like Michigan state you can. You can see things early and intervene. Absolutely and I think it's really important to note when you're talking about the pet that we put together. The vast amount of resources and know how that existed the academic laboratories universities across the country. Each one of the things that we've proposed was to develop biomedical National Guard and utilize all of these individual laboratories across the country and have them be organized through the federal government in order to be able to respond to pandemics or other natural disasters with biomedical know-how and that if we could get something like that done if the next administration is interested in doing something like that, we can be. Proactive instead of reactive in these kinds of situations. Wow. That's incredible because you just answer the question I was going to ask I was going to say, Hey, what can government do to take advantage of these kinds of resources and you just answer that I just want to say that again, a biomedical National Guard what a great simple idea resources all over the country run by different people but the the government of the United States providing the centralization for the data and the distribution. If you think about all of the laboratories and universities that were shut down as a result of the pandemic so many people were were sitting home like I sitting home on on zoom all day. If we have opportunity to come back into the laboratory and help. We can do so much in terms of trying to not only develop new new treatments and and working on new methods of detection, which is what our laboratory did during during April we can marshal all of these resources all. Know How that exists in order to to. Attack this problem in a concerted and coordinated way. Lifting. There's not a lot of great news about Krono virus, but I have to tell you after this conversation. I'm optimistic that there are people like you around this country who are actually in this moment while everything looks as grim as it is finding solutions that are going to help us see the other side of the coronavirus. Dr. Jack Lift Lipton is the chair and professor of translational neuro size. I don't even know what that is. We'll talk about that another time at Michigan State University. Thank you for all that you are doing and good luck to you at Michigan. State, we'll stay on top of this with you.

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No Final Decision About In-Person Learning for Montgomery County, Maryland Schools

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:49 sec | 3 months ago

No Final Decision About In-Person Learning for Montgomery County, Maryland Schools

"Day, Every county schools will start on line on August 30 1st that is certain. The big question this Thursday morning is when will students go back into the school buildings? Physically, Montgomery County School Superintendent Dr Jack Smith says there is no doubt the school will start with distance learning. But he said our November date for Return to in person classes is not certain. If there's AH dramatic increase in cases we may not get to start by November have brick and mortar experiences. Smith says. The Board of Education will meet on August 6th, and by then he expects they can say it's our goal to start on such and such a date to bring students and staff back into schools. If the conditions of the trends continue to stay as they are now, officials say. You're asking for more feedback from the

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Washington, DC Montgomery County Schools to Begin Classes Virtually

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:51 sec | 3 months ago

Washington, DC Montgomery County Schools to Begin Classes Virtually

"School day, Every county schools will start on line on August 30 1st that is certain. The big question this Thursday morning is when will students go back into the school buildings? Physically, Montgomery County School Superintendent Dr Jack Smith says there is no doubt the school will start with distance learning. But he said our November date for Return to in person classes is not certain. If there's AH dramatic increase in cases we may not get to start by November have brick and mortar experiences. Smith says. The Board of Education will meet on August 6th, and by then he expects they can say it's our goal to start on such and such a date to bring students and staff back into schools. If the conditions of the trends continue to stay as they are now, officials say. You're asking for more feedback from the community.

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Montgomery County Schools to Begin Classes Virtually

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:48 sec | 3 months ago

Montgomery County Schools to Begin Classes Virtually

"Montgomery County Online classes begin August 30 1st That is for certain, but there's still one open and the question when will students go back to their physical? Classroom. Montgomery County School Superintendent Dr Jack Smith says there is no doubt the school will start with distance learning. But he said our November date for return to in person classes is not certain. If there's AH, a dramatic increase in cases we may not get to start by November have brick and mortar experiences. Smith says The Board of Education will meet on August 6th. And by then he expects they can say it's our goal to start on such and such a date to bring students and staff back into schools. If the conditions of the trends continue to stay as they are now, officials say, they're asking for more feedback from the community.

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What Current Heart Health Treatments Get Wrong and How to Fix This

The Keto Answers Podcast

05:39 min | 3 months ago

What Current Heart Health Treatments Get Wrong and How to Fix This

"Doc. Thanks for coming on the show today. Thank you so much doctor, appreciate having you on big Sandia working at an excited to share a lot of the stuff. I'm doing with your audience. Likewise have been following your stuff for while I. Think the first time I saw year. Your stuff was actually. Tat Halio flexible years ago. Paleo? Facts was definitely an interesting event a lot. Good people over there and you know for for anyone who's never been an again. It's kind of like finding your tribe and you know getting some good food and working out a little bit and getting some excellent lectures from some very very entertaining speakers and really kind of supporting all the stuff that we do award. You know we're talking about Paleo or or carnivore. I think the one thing that separates me maybe from a some of the people that I met there is that you know we're just hardcore about organic free range grass fed wild seafood, so it's like know we want you to eat this way, but we also want you to eat the best of the best. This is not lite. Jack Wolfson sang a Burger King. Get a double opera. Hold the Bun. You know we WANNA make. Sure? We do at the right. Early, I mean. Have you had any pushback on that type of stuff? There's sometimes where I promote that very similarly and I just get this whole. You being elitist freak, and like people can't afford that and not sustainable for all Americans I mean. What is your sort of slanted that? Yeah. My slant is I mean it is the only thing that sustainable I mean the the way that corporate farming happens and and large ranches. Operates that is not sustainable, because that is just destroying the environment. You have to do it through regenerative. Farming and grazing practices, so I think books by Joel Salatin and and things that they really identified the best way to do. It is really the only way, and that is the healthiest forest to I mean when we test people's levels of pesticides and chemical exposure there sky-high. If they don't if they don't eat things, the right way so does it costs more for organic food. Is it cost more for free range grass-fed? Yeah, and it should, and you know Anthony I would challenge all those people and say hey. I I can probably find some other areas of your life where we can cut from the budget. Don't Cook from the health food budgets better for us. To eat that way. Live that way and it's and it's again. It's the only way the planet's GonNa Survive is by is by doing things the way we've always done it as hunter gatherers in. Bringing that into twenty first century world, totally one of the things that I think about often is that how hard it is to even have access stuff right now and just how all nutritious food used to be free in abundant passed, and now I'm even going to small towns. availability for real food is actually pretty challenging will a lot of work to do regarding supply chain and distribution, and getting to that point, where Jenny little bit before we started recording about how you see your time between. Scottsdale in a small town in Colorado and just wondering in Colorado sort of a small area. Do you have easy access to food them even in Austin where I'm as? There's not that many sources to to buy truly good quality food. Yeah I think you know the other thing, too. Is that the more that we support this? The more that we put our money direct our resources into these types farms. Well more people are going to do it it just. It's just a great business model kind of one of the things I've talked about most recently. Is that you have all these people? Millions of people literally millions that worked for the the and Human Services Department on a federal level, and in the State Department of Health, and the County Department of Health and school board. You know a health if we were to get rid of a lot of those people. Because their jobs are totally unnecessary. Get rid of those people in redirect them into organic farming into into pasteurize. Practices it sounds like a pipe dream, but you know. Let's put all the really. The resources over their prices will come down. It's better for our health. It's better for the planets, but you know I think you know. Listen answer your question up in this small town where in Colorado there, there is a place up there that again. There's a lot of places that do you know free range grass-fed that do? Who they do grow during the in during the cold season's that they're able to grow indoor You know in greenhouses, and and we support those people and again I'm not interested in new cars, new new housing or new clothing for myself. I'm not interested in travel. I mean I love doing all that stuff. Believe me I do, but the first thing is. You gotTa Take Care of yourself with the food and especially. If you've got young ones at home, anyone your concern with with health and wellness. You gotta put. Put Your money over there, you know Scottsdale is okay for food, and then California's pretty pretty ahead of the trend when it comes to healthy food California of course has their own problems, but Colorado and I think over the years once again. Farmers markets we love going farmers markets Arizona's got some great farmers markets for nine months out of the year the growing season. Here I mean obviously they've got a ton of sunshine. You know the the issue down here is water and summertime too much heat flight. They're growing. Season is nine months. It's it's really spectacular.

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Montgomery County police to investigate alleged sexual assault case

Garden Sense

00:47 sec | 4 months ago

Montgomery County police to investigate alleged sexual assault case

"Very concerning that's how Montgomery County police described dozens of social media posts made anonymously by Montgomery County high school students who say they were sexually assaulted by classmates and staff captain Tom Jordan we became aware some postings on social media as well as the school system became aware as well referencing allegations of sexual assault with some McCurry county high school students so we're trying to follow up on it Jordan says the police department's hoping victims file reports with them so they can get the facts they need to investigate the alleged incidents superintendent of schools Dr Jack Smith writes in a letter to parents that students have reported the alleged incident to the school system and they will be

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The game that ‘inspired’ Tesla CEO Elon Musk’s Twitter profile picture

Mark Bell's Power Project

00:53 sec | 6 months ago

The game that ‘inspired’ Tesla CEO Elon Musk’s Twitter profile picture

"I saw that Elon Musk. He changed his Profile

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"dr jack" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

07:52 min | 6 months ago

"dr jack" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"Anyway. say. Oh man one all right thank you. Thank you more more on that soon. I think Andy will let you guys know sometime this week. And tell you how to proceed from there but yeah I was. I was watching yesterday as they were like getting all these golf carts ready and stuff and all these older people were circling around the golf carts and stuff and everyone's just got these big old smiles on their faces. Like these people out here. That's what they love to do. They love to go out outside. They love to go on walks. I'm seeing some people with masks and stuff when I'm walking But the older folks that are here. I'm not getting any weird books. You know I'm out there running. I'm breathing hard. You know I'm wearing weight vests like they might look at me. I'm wearing a white vest. But they're not giving me like you know I've heard other people feeling like they're getting judged you know because they're not wearing a mask and stuff like that the people here are vibrant enough. They move around enough. They exercise enough. They're healthy enough. They're out there golfing. They're out there exercising and so they're not they ain't scared. I don't think I think they got that. Immune boost that Dr Wolfson was talking about you. Know through the sun and and through just years of Exercising in staying ahead of it legit just told people to move like not not move as an physically like walk around like just moved to a different state. I was just like there's no other options other than taking supplements or moving. I mean yeah getting outside and getting some Sun as good but California's expensive. Yeah the taxes and stuff that killer I I feel like The more people we interview the out of the more hugh. Here's not saying it wasn't like a a hoax or wasn't this wasn't that but he also saying like hey we need to get out. You know like I think you can have both you can believe that like we are over hyping it but you can also believe like yeah this will mess you up if you have these underlying issues and I think you know. He explained the five G. Thing perfect will not perfectly but better than I've been able to. You know that better than it's been explained as we keep chipping away where we're finding more and better answers. Yes especially with that cardiologists point of view the whole like how the heart all everything in your systems like I guess utilizing `electricity which the way explained to made a lot of sense which was good because everyone else that's talked about it up until this point it's it sounded really really really bad. And it's all like you didn't make it sound really bad but it doesn't sound as horrible They made it sound like like magic. Like black magic. You know like Oh you said this switch and we're GONNA get cancer boy but why and then he's like well because you already have that inside you just fuck it. All up on it could be. It could be as dangerous as having like a refinery or something could be as dangerous as having You know some of these big factories that we have it so it's it is dangerous but like how dangerous is it like a having these large places these garbage dumps burn garbage and things like that? I mean I think any logical person who can say yes. That's dangerous even if it's like way over there still going to impact me over here even if states over or no matter where you do how you do it. As a matter of trying to bury it as a matter of China it how to add like a garbage dump they literally just like shuffle stuff around a lot they move shit back and forth stuff. They can light on fire. They love light on fire. They do berry stuff. They Dr Rocks and stuff on top of things It doesn't get rid of it. It doesn't And I think most people you know from a logical perspective can say I think that has a negative negative impact and I think five G. and any of the technologies and I think it's I think it's kind of just a logical conclusion like Could looking at a TV screen? You know. Be Negative for your is. Yeah I think if you do too much of it can be negative and is any amount of negative maybe maybe it was even small amount of it is negative. But but how much like? How much would we tolerate like? I don't think you'd find a lot of people that wouldn't WanNa ever watch TV. You wouldn't find a lot of people that would never WANNA use a cell phone. You wouldn't find a lot of people like even if I gave you the choice like let's say I'm like okay you can. You can live to a hundred and ten okay and you could be perfectly one hundred percent healthy or you can live with a lot of the technologies that everybody else has. But you're gonNA live to five like you know what I mean you get to kind I if you could pick I mean what would you pick? I mean imagine being deprived of everything else that everyone. Let's just say that if you just didn't partaken at all that it would protect you from it. You know. These are all things that you know you'd have to You would have to consider because it doesn't seem like it would be that fun. I I like seeing memes. I like having you guys. Send Me Funny. Weird wacky stuff every once in a while you know. It's it's fun being part of the you know it's it's media right but it's different than regular media because it's social media. It's nice to be a part of it. Comparison you made was Like made a lot of sense like these boo light blocking glasses to block the blue light from my phone. Screener and my iphone because it affects my sleep. Thought that was so you saw everyone as being black boy. I thought I thought I made my skin darker a little bit of a yellow tint but like no Nigerian over here. I mean you did tell me how to do it but I don't know if I'm ready for that. Just a few injections away but seriously. Yeah like we're we're taking precautions on modern technology already. So why is it so far? Fetched to think that there's going to be a danger a slight danger with this too. It's not it's really not that out there. It's not. Yeah I'm curious. Asked him about building tolerance for the four g? Right now like are we ever GonNa move to where we can handle some of these weird things like. We joked around around it like a while ago about like well. Humans ever adapt to being able to eat McDonald's every day and still be healthy. Like we'll our systems this all of a sudden you know like we all like insieme big MACs every day. Will that kind of the same thing is all of a sudden? Just be able to handle a blue light all day long and still go to sleep. Yeah I you know I don't I don't really I don't really know. I think I think the only way you can evolve is if it's an advantage that is necessary to survive right. I think that's so like if it if it continued to get hotter because of like climate change or something like that You know and it it got. I don't know to say one degree hotter every couple of years or whatever Would we be able to live in an environment? That's like a hundred forty degrees right now if it was one hundred forty degrees out all the time like I don't know if that might be too hot but maybe over time maybe we would adapt to it. I think if it's for survival purposes if it's for purposes of his.

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"dr jack" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

02:21 min | 6 months ago

"dr jack" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"Rhetoric going forward is about how do we keep you healthy by keeping people off pharmaceuticals out of the hands of metal so the next time has comes around and it will come around again either the same virus or they'll try to measles or the bird flu or swine flu a another SARS EBOLA Z? Gut thicky pudding stuff. That's out there. There's always gonna be something that's that's coming out is always going to be another not lockdown on this happening. No probably lock down again in October. And now we're all experienced at. It's not a big deal is lock everybody down. And they were shouldn't spend on his. Look if you are older if you have these other risk factors if you have a history of significant cardiovascular disease if you've got lung disease if you're older obese if you're diabetic which is frankly allowed right stay home go ahead and stay home. What about the rest of us? Why can't the rest of us go about living our lives? So this whole thing over the health system and then finally ready a raw clamoring for ventilators. We'd be more ventilators because if you have a viral pneumonia in this situation and you're on a ventilator eighty plus percent chance you're going to die and that's why Italy least that we don't have enough that so you meet the certain criteria that you're going to die. It's horrible when people die but the people that are dying are sick. Elderly people and I do not mean to demean and the importance of older elderly people. I'm not saying but what I'm saying is you're supposedly doing this to save elderly people yet. What you are doing is you're killing. Millions of children. Fifty million people possibly unemployed impacted by this how this Bush defeat their families how to pay their rent the downstream facts of this will be just monumental and the government understands that so they're just trying to horse print more money giving everybody twelve hundred dollars which the end of the day will be useless and are giving their their friends You know like root stress and Shake Shack..

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"dr jack" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

02:28 min | 6 months ago

"dr jack" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"Benefits than what seen in literature which is pretty cool. Let's say we have some Older folks that are listening. This that Maybe they haven't been exercising a lot over the years. Maybe they haven't been really honing in on their health. Are there things they can start to do? Now to still help boost the IMMUNE SYSTEM. They start heading the right direction. Sounds like obviously getting out and getting some sun would be a great idea. Some walking's and things of that nature maybe potentially Help THEM BE LESS NERVOUS. About Covert Nineteen yet. Great points especially right. Now you know so. It's like people will come back at US tonight. I can't afford to eat organically and I would always explain all they probably really. Can't we break it down but sunshine is free? You Sleep is free at great for anybody at any age to get outdoors. Get the fresh air. Go Fra Law. Roll up your your sleeves. Take off your shirt wear shorts. Our Skin is not just holding together. A bag of bones ours in is a solar energy get that solar panel out in the Sun. Magic will happen. Yes if boost the immune system. It lowers blood. Pressure Inflammation oxidative stress and getting outside the sun. Means YOU'RE NOT INSIDE WATCHING CNN or Fox or whatever your thing is that you're watching that are just pure fear that are just driving pure feared to all of us. The vast majority of people right. I mean I mean unless you're hospital worker. You wouldn't even know that there was any threat of any virus. You would just think if you didn't watch television you would just be going about your daily business and just living your life and especially when you focus on health and wellness. You're not worried about a virus. Our body contains hundreds of trillions of viruses and tens of trillions of bacteria. We need to live in harmony with these things. Were not going to defeat nature. We don't WANNA defeat nature. They coexist with us their symbiotic with us and we need to embrace that. So yeah whether whether you're young or whether you're older getting outside is really the key and.

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"dr jack" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

10:53 min | 6 months ago

"dr jack" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"Okay Yeah Yeah. Dame's pretty serious. Alrighty one hell the weekend yeah it Ha- it sure has been I You know if you were to stick it in my house last night while I was watching. Tv with my wife and kids. You would see that I was eating cookies. Oh I gotTa admit to you guys I gotta I broke down some cookies. Weight up Well are these cookies I just actually want to. I want to be released chips. Avoid worry the something else. They tasted really good but they were perfect. Kito Okay Double Chocolate. You get a free pass man. I like those things. Yup absolutely what I absolutely love about those is now perfect. Kito they Before we were doing like a minimum order of ninety nine dollars a month get twenty five percent off. They're like no. We want more people to check out these cookies so they dropped it down to twenty nine dollars so you can order a pack of these cookies for twenty five percent off right now they send us the batter. I know who can you imagine? Do that would be amazing. But yeah so like these amazing cookies like mark says no artificial sweeteners. They're not going to jack up your diet. They're not going to jack up your stomach. I'm proof of that. Yes can head over to perfect dot com slash power twenty-five at checkout enter Promo Code Power Project for twenty five percents off any order of twenty nine dollars or more perfect. I have to tell you something fat. I mean peanut. Butter just melts directly well with another KENO DOT. Keet attended diet so please. Let's make a chocolate chip peanut butter. Or maybe a dark chocolate peanut butter. It would be fire here. I invented by the nutty professor. Yeah let's put that in motion. I'm very jealous of the guest. We have on today like he has an awesome name. Jack Wolfson like. That's that's a cool at Dr Jack. Wolfson right like that's dope. Expect THEM TO BE REALLY HAIRY. Like to be geared. Ever if he doesn't I'm going to be slightly. Yeah I don't know if he has a beard but yeah that is a sick name. I'm interested to hear some stuff he has to say he's an anti vaccine guy and I got a good conversation with Dr Paul Saladin the other day. We're going to have him on our podcast. Shortly I was on his the other day and As we were talking he was like you know what would he was worried about. He said I'm concerned that people are going to get stuck. You know like this guy's an anti vaccine and then you know mark believes this. Andrew believes in that. And then you're just you're forever stuck in that Whatever that dialogue is and you can't It means you're not a good person. It means you're like you know it. Just it means a whole slew of other things like same thing with who you voted for our republic a Republican or Democrat it. If you're on one side and you can't think anything else you have to think everything for that side and So it would be interesting to talk to him about you. Know the anti vaccination. It seems like he's very much into just human health and allowing the body to recuperate and recover in the ways that it's meant to However I think you could make an argument that maybe we wouldn't be here if it wasn't for vaccinations and things like that. I I'm I would say down the middle on stuff like this because while I don't think it's good to yield lot utilize a. Lotta outside medicine I also am am a big believer that like. Why would we ever be able to make it in the first place? You know. I think in semen I went back and forth on some text and You know there's some amazing things that humans can make but we could also make nuclear weapons right but a new kit. You could okay. We could use nuclear power for that or we can use nuclear power to power a lot homes and provide a lot of energy. And maybe that's not the cleanest source of energy but it. It was a form of energy that we've been utilizing people when utilizing around the world. So it's it's an interesting thing we we have this ability to make all kinds of stuff. There's right I cars people. A lot of people die in car accidents cars the emissions from the car. Not Not good for the universe or not good for our planet and and so on but who wants to be without who wants to be without a car. It's definitely advanced a lot of human movement in general and I would say I I would put vaccines in that category too. Because I don't know you know fifty percent of the population you get wiped out occasionally by you know different things when a so who knows maybe we'd still would-be here because it's not one hundred percent of the population but be interesting to hear his take on it. Yeah there's no biological free lunch right like one. Axon causes a reaction One thing that really opened my eyes when you said it a while ago it was like roads like when we need them. Because we don't want to mess up. Our cars are precious cars bumpy asteroid. Yeah and then. That's gotta be doing something right like we're putting a shell over our land and it's like what does happen when that goes away. Somebody knows but we sure as hell don't end I just know whatever happens the planet's not gonna be able to keep up with how much we're doing but do we not. WanNa have like do. I want to the next time. We go to obey. I wanted to take like seven hours instead of to our drip now one thing. I was thinking about when he mentioning holistic side. Dr Wilson was like back in College It was common practice like after double days. You know when our team would have practice in the morning practice in the evening all of us would just be popping up pro fins like five hundred to seven hundred thousand milligrams all of us would just be popping those like every day just like he was like candy and it was totally normal for us but then later on when I found out how bad endangers. That wasn't our coach. Didn't really like they didn't really care. They just want us to be able to recover and get back to practice. So we'd be able to get in shape like a lot of athletes do this and that's like that's not okay. You know like that is. It's a medication. Meant for certain things but you know we just use it for performance by cousin in junior high. It might have been high school talking about. Yeah he would pop like a bunch of ibuprofen before a football game. He's great he's like I just knock people's heads off and I don't feel a thing I say. Oh that's awesome yeah. I didn't know any better either. I don't know if that's great especially mixed with like the mountain dew and whatever else kids are like eating and drinking and everything else yeah workout. It's hard it's hard to make sense of it. All I mean is ibuprofen. Like is it a good invention as the bad invention. I mean it seems like a lot of things have their place. You know like That could be utilized here and there. I mean we have a really bad headache. Any take some Ibuprofen. Joe's away right. Cat Williams was like but if you take the whole bottle that'll be your last headache. Great Yeah there you go. That's true right. You can make yourself super sick with what about when you guys hear. The term holistic doctor goes through your mind. I automatically think weird stuff you know because you know we're we're I would say in the United States. We're not as used to that. You know it's not as it's not as practiced talked about but after getting to know some friends at our holistic doctors. It makes more sense to me now. But I've heard people go to like holistic care practice before and they'll have them hold like certain Vitamins or minerals in their hand. And they'll say oh that doesn't work for you because it's emitting bad energy you know and it's like I believe in all kinds of different things but you would have to give me a good explanation on like what that means you know and I'm not saying every doctor does that these things I've heard from friends before the have gone to some holistic people so I I don't know what that is but then I also don't know what it was that J. L. did seem hip. You know like there's definitely there's a lot of things that you know. I don't know everything right. No one knows everything. There's so many things that I am naive to that I I don't know and I do I do. I am a believer in like positive energy and stuff but it just seems so weird right a holistic doctor like like you have cancer you gonNA go holistic doctor. It's like You know I don't know not like when I was a kid. My grandma and my mom like you know when you get sick they have like these remedies with. Cayenne pepper and garlic and all these things and like it's like go away without rather than using medications like there's there's a lot of these things that cultures have help deal with certain things that I guess here in the. Us are not nearly as popular. If you get a cold you go and you take something for that or If you get sick with something you take something for that. So I'm assuming that he just like it's less medication and more stuff like potentially like that would be cool. If like that. Stigma did kinda disappear but you know it is what it is and there is. Our doctor is connecting. Believe he has connect the morning guys warning. Morning is good to have you on the show today. Dr Appreciate it. Thanks for having me on you guys. Thanks for coming on the show today Kind of the first thing I would like to ask you is. I know you're not a fan of vaccination so I'd love to kind of get your thoughts about how do you think? Do you think we would be here? If it wasn't for vaccinations you think the mankind would still have been surviving as long as we have if vaccinations just didn't exist at all. Okay now you yeah. Yeah we're rolling up or all awesome. Thank you so obviously. Mankind of all.

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"dr jack" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

04:01 min | 6 months ago

"dr jack" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"Power Project Group. Thank you for checking out. Today's episode. This episode was recorded on. May Fourth so shout out to all our star wars fans. May the fourth be with you today. We have Dr Jack Wolfson. He is a cardiologist. But more of a holistic type of doctor and I know we talked about that on the podcast two like. Why is there still a stigma when it comes to that that term holistic you know we kind of think of a Voodoo doctor or whatever and he he he explains a little bit about that? How the origins of anything outside of the pharmaceutical world is considered. Voodoo by like the Rockefeller Foundation. And all kinds of weird stuff. So we got we got into. So I don't WanNa say conspiracy type things but we did kind of dig deep into that because he calls this epidemic or pandemic a plan So that's that's his stance on it. However guys will will understand is he also you know he he understands if you do have underlying issues. You should stay home everyone else. Let them out. Let them have You know their freedoms back. Let them have their jobs back. Let let let's not cripple the economy because this hurts a certain segment of our population. Let's get back to work. Let's make things better again. And most importantly he gave us the absolute best a description of the danger behind five G. Better than any other previous guests that we've had on so You know again. That's something that the whole five G. thing sounds so far out there but the way he puts it makes a lot of sense and on top of that we did talk about the Potential of a Caro- virus vaccine coming our way and you know he. He instilled a lot of fear in us by talking about how they could easily microchip us. So that is I mean that's that's terrifying Before I forget For the first ten minutes as just going to see the The Power Project Logo. Because I could've swore I hit record on zoom. I didn't but you have no fear at about ten minutes in. I ended up realizing that. I didn't record so I hit record and we're good to go say anyways. Thank you Dr Jack Wolfson. We sincerely appreciate the insight and the knowledge that you were spitting on this episode If you guys want to follow up with him or any the The websites are links that he was talking about on today's episode Including his social media and everywhere you can find him. All of that will be in the youtube description. facebook description. And wherever? You're listening to this on your podcast APP. Tech though show notes and everything will be in there and Ladies and gentlemen. Please enjoy this episode with Dr Jack. Wolfson eighty five push-ups just before we got on here right in a row. Damn yeah about getting better at them. I can't think that's actually very impressive for for individual. Your it's very impressive. I know I was like man. It'd be nice if I was lighter. Hundred Thirty pushups probably. What was funny. Bert? Kreischer was on. Someone's podcast and he was talking about how someone bet him that he couldn't do like a certain amount of pushups at a bar and he's like I can do one hundred and twenty five in a row is like no you can't. He's like yes I can. He got on top of the bar and who knows how clean the reps were. He claims they reclaimed by one. Hundred and twenty five in a row display hammered and the Ad Bert Kreischer. Yes court burt. Yes Toyota are boy. Damon was really good at pushups. I think he was able to do like one hundred. Forty one hundred fifty push-ups or something like that. He could fly on those things that was military training he. That was the worst I was doing push ups with mark and him and it was like you know Hugo I go type of thing and sure enough by like you know whatever like ten. I'm like Oh boy and like take a breath and he's like go homeless..

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"dr jack" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

09:15 min | 8 months ago

"dr jack" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

"And the sun so as you just mentioned that when the sun has the skin interns cholesterol running around again and ldl particles and HD audibles for that matter but as those articles are coursing through the capillaries of the skin. The Sun Hits it turns that cholesterol into vitamin DS and I'll vitamin D goes up beds. Good and cholesterol hopes to go down again to find your perfect cholesterol. Ns early sounds like a much better and easier in healthier solution. That's a form suitable. Absolutely in sunshine also helps boost endorphins. Serotonin fuel goods. You get that added benefit as well so definitely a really good stuff. Let's talk a little bit about atrial. Fibrillation what you're seeing with that because that's been that's very common and growing lot more people having experiences with a hip so soccer h fibrillation is interesting because it really hits a lot of pain. Points in probably. Three quarters of my new patients come from outside of Arizona and the majority of them have atrial fibrillation of whether therefore. Because you know frankly when your blood pressure is high. Nobody's really concerned. When you're cholesterol's high or William Atrial fibrillation and now it's two fold. You have symptoms from you. Know you don't have symptoms blood pressure from my cholesterol you do. You can't have symptoms. Certainly from atrial fibrillation where the heart is beating abnormally irregularly. Typically very fast. So that leads to symptoms computations light headedness shortness of breath on maybe even passing out fatigue battlefield. That's atrial fibrillation. And then the other is the stroke risk careers along with a drill for relations. So that certainly gets people's attention very very easily when people talk about Whoa. I don't want to have a stroke. So it really hits the pain points for a lot of people on as you said. The the frequency of atrial fibrillation seems to be increasing in and certainly as as a population ages. The risk of age of relation goes up. We're seeing it in. The young people were singing athletes and again mainstream. Medical doesn't have any reason why they just say while it's just a consequence of getting older or just the athletic art and we're GonNa put you on a pharmaceutical end or shock you and or Ab- late you and again. None of it addresses the cause of why they Abbas. That's what I get really into his arms constipation age of relation. And as you point out in your books in your you know blogs and stuff like that all these things are from the same cause whether it's cancer as a February pretension just liberty media or auto immune. It's a matter of these are the causes. Go back to Nutricia back to sunshine. Go back to sleep. Go BACK TO STRESS. Back to physical activities All these things are are partnered with with leading to these ultimate diagnosed early different labels that US medical doctors are really good at coming up with and the reality is each of relation can be dealt with very easily on naturally and I've been very successful doing so yes absolutely and so you know. Basically what you're saying is that really. The root is chronic inflammation and there are many different factors are going to play a role in that. But if you've chronic inflammation depending on your body type and how you respond it may be high blood pressure maybe a Fab. It may be high cholesterol. Right may be any one of these types of things And so really. The key is keeping inflammation down under control. And so let's talk about some diet strategies under your your called the Paleo cardiologists. So let's talk a little bit about Paleo Diet and I know you've embraced now As well the Carnivore. Diet you'd seen salts with your your clients with that as well so talk about us and how you're using them as you mentioned it's kind of like you know this. Inflammation is like middle level area here so if we stay off the top are all these medical diagnoses that we have in your right. That common thread is the inflammation and all of them. You can imagine that if the heart is inflamed. You're GONNA get atrial. Fibrillation if the blood vessels are inflamed. Blood pressure's GONNA be high if you're going to if you had all this inflammation again. We talked about before house. Ldl is made put out a fire put out the inflammation. But let's going after is and we already talked about well. Sunshine deficiency is the cost of inflammation for sleep is the cause of inflammation strath in and of itself. Mental Stress Leads to inflammation and then of course for nutrition does than I think that's the unnatural foods for human consumption or those eventually will lead to inflammation. And when you follow when you follow Paleo. I think you're following the wisdom of our ancestors you're following evolution. We were hunter gatherers. So why why should we even have the debate about the best way to eat it? Is it is hunter. Gatherer Foods win hundred Were not eating. There were not having They were not having pasta under gatherers. Of course for not having high sugar consumption under gather is. We're not having dairy products. They weren't going after other animals and Milky and making cheese yogurt or butter or ice cream. Certainly out of out of the animals milk so to me. Halio as soon as I cannot hurt about it after not learning anything about nutrition. Start reading all these books in again it is. It passes the common sense test. And I think that my preference when it comes to Paleo it is a lower Carbon Paleo and data. Were you will go into Kito Sis so whether you call it clean Kito or Healy Akito. That's what I prefer. And then I think there is a seasonal variation of that and I know you talk about about Feast and famine cycles within their new. Kinda get into again that seasonal variation or daily variations weekly creation and. I love all that stuff. Because number one I think it's it is medically beneficial number two. I think it's much easier to follow when you're trying to have these Ebbs and flows hire carb. Galea Lower CARB galeazzo getting into Kito and then also carnivore at Carnivore. Rated so vehement to weds cardiologists. Talk about It's stuck his shock to the system. Mottaki I'm a carnivore but we've done in. Three carnivores challenges with a lot of people and the results have been spectacular. Run about one hundred fifty deal all through our our seventy carnival challenge and just in those seven days just getting people to realize. Hey you can do this for seven as you can do it for longer. You can cycle again back and forth between Baillio and going into Kito since and Carnivora in most cases carnivore when does strictly will bring you into Ketosis as well and and you know I mean I mean I gave it to. What is what is a food that has more nutrients and more beneficial than a whole Sardine Sardine? How can you? There is no amount of jail or Broccoli or anything that Manchus with the attritional value of a whole sardinus or eating. And of course we're talking about the best of the best everything I always. I always organic. All meats and seafood. Seafood is wild. Meat is always the best. The best asterisk free range breastfed asteroids eggs. The best of the best products you know beef from grass fed animal. There there's no. There's no combination of plants that can Current even come close. Yeah absolutely I mean just all the might okon drills support nutrients that you're gonna find in those things really can't get those plants and so So you're absolutely right as far as that goes in so when people go on this carnivore challenge seven days. What types of foods? Obviously they're sticking to animal products. What types of foods do you endorsing? You have them eating while I'm simply push more of the of its seafood side. Because most people don't have an issue eating beef in other in other kind of meat products if you will land based on animal products but. I really try to push that seafood side of things. So I put a lot of thirty is in show Lee wild salmon also shellfish in eating crab and lobster oysters and clams and shrimp and then also The the fish eggs or even the shrimp eggs. Uh-huh what is what is what is called a role in whether it is a chicken egg or a fish egg it contains all the nutrients that a fish or chicken need to come to life. Yeah.

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"dr jack" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

09:45 min | 8 months ago

"dr jack" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

"We'll hang is welcome back to the functional nutrition podcast where we really look at food. As biological information for our cells or tissues. Our systems really teaching our body how to how to adapt to its environment. I have got a really good friend here Dr Jack Wolfson who runs an integrative cardiology centre and basically You Know He. He wrote a book called the Paleo Cardiologists and He also has a great podcast. A healthy heart show and so Dr Jack. Thanks for joining us on the PODCAST. Really looking forward to this conversation yeah. It's a pleasure to be with you. David End. It's always a big fan of your work and Love Your New Book Promotion. Through all my circle. You know you just you. Produce Quality says quality information that is a a science diet but I know you really make it understandable an interesting to pretty much any any reader and I really appreciate that. Thanks so much Jack. I appreciate that as well and You know let's let's start. Let's just talk about your journey. Obviously you've got a background. You're cardiologists your. I believe your dad was a cardiologist. And how you really ventured into nutrition because most cardiologists are not really focusing or emphasizing and nutrition and whatever nutrition they are emphasizing is is. It's really bad actually. So let's let's go into your story there. Yeah I think you know you make a great. Point is not trained in attrition. We're not trained in the healthy lifestyle. We're not trained. In evidence based supplements we are trained in pharmaceuticals. We are trained in procedures. And that's what I spent the really. The first ten years of my career dealing was angiogram pacemakers deciding who goes for surgery. You know in which pharmaceuticals to you mean. That's really what it was all allowed in really from the first day of medical school where things were geared. Is that until forever repeal? And I didn't it and I didn't very successfully and did it very lucrative. 'cause the up because the the you know the cardiologists is paid so well in this mainstream system. So it's very difficult to get those same cardiologists. Understand that there's a better way and just as you said talking about nutrition talking about lifestyle so as my eyes were opened up to this and get my wife. Every single. Bit of credit in the world to opening up is to natural health and wellness in making that change Inner to do what I do. Now it's really been just a monumental shift but again there's a lot of speed bumps. There's a Lotta issues with with doctors like me changing. There's medical legal issues. There's forty issues again. You know government kind of pharmaceutical companies are really conspiring to keep the the message that your doctor's like you and I are trying to put out there but yeah you know I'm a conventionally drain cardiologists. My father was a cardiologist. I became a cardiologists nets. Full three years internal medicine cardiology and then ultimately ten years on the job in the night with that Large Cardiology group enough by private on cardiology practice in Arizona and wrote the book and most recently. I have a chapter in a textbook of integrative cardiology by the chief editor. Is Dr Mark? Houston so I think I think we're getting in there as you know in so many people get this message on. It's fantastic to hear really getting that message out because you know typically obviously in in your modern medical approach. There's a huge emphasis on cholesterol. I'd love to hear your thoughts on that and A lot of people are concerned about their cholesterol being high. What is a healthy cholesterol and so So from a cardiologist integrative cardiologists had we had a we start how should we look at cholesterol? Cholesterol is the perfect Is the poster child for kind of the vilification of of of the human body? And it's like you know just whenever you say the word cholesterol for anyone who is listening or watching us right now when we talk about cholesterol what comes to your mind. What comes to most people's mind is is heart attack stroke Akhlaghi in an artery cholesterol. We think about cholesterol rich foods. And we say okay. Stay away from eggs and stay away from from From eat meat and animal products in the reality can be is that the body makes cholesterol for a reason. Every animal species makes cholesterol for a reason. The body's not making mistakes. The body reacts to the environment that we give it so cholesterol of course is so important for For every single cell of the body that Saul Membrane called. The cell is is a self defense around. The cell is loaded with cholesterol. Cholesterol makes our vitamin D. Plus all our sex hormones cholesterol's digestion. Cholesterol is a very important molecule. And I recently did a Webinar that I did. We had four hundred people on a Webinar. That were paid on the web and our people. WanNa learn this stuff and the Webinar was tidal. Your perfect cholesterol is. It's all about finding the perfect cholesterol for each one of us. Trying to get rid of this negative stigma and the vilification of this life. Sustaining molecule. That we can't live without. Yeah absolutely and so. Obviously a lot of misinformation out there about cholesterol. So what do you look at? When you're looking at at lab when it comes to triglycerides right. Ldl HDL are there certain ratios? You're looking at. What are you trying to figure out there? Yeah and I and I appreciate that. You put this into your books in your website that you have all this great information you know. That's out there in easy to digest. I think right now. That the most important marker when it comes to Lipids if you will is certainly not total cholesterol. We know that that is a very poor marker. It's not total. Ldl's total HDL. It's the best ratio is the April April a ratio and Aibo obedience is the stitching of ldl baseball's along with Egal's deals in other in other lake approaching articles and able as the stitching on HDL. So we want to have less than these April B.'s. More able as therefore the lower the ratio in religious like linear thing according to research dating back to two thousand and four so the lower the able be lawyer ratio. So that's the number. You WanNA ask your doctor to check able being able AIDS look at a ratio of the lower. The better I was point. Six is probably is is getting into the range of where you want to be. And then also I think there's been a lot of publicity most recently about LP little a which is another type of ldl Lake article that everybody needs to find out about twenty percent of ovulation. Has its putting them in a fifty an increased risk of cardiovascular events. We need to know about L. P. H. And I agree with you. Also check in those triglycerides even triglycerides Kinda wannabes. Fulltime markers it still remains very valid. Once again is very linear that the higher your your triglycerides go so does your cardiovascular risk right absolutely in a lot of people aren't getting the APA will B. Doctors aren't running that test so somebody gets a standard lipid panel right. Which is you know. People are getting run all the time looking at just. Ldl ADJUSTS HDL. Just triglycerides are missing a big part of the picture. But what should they look at their like what? What would be a healthy range for shrug lists rides for example? Why entered. I think the lower the better so I think you know the the standard lab testing goes up to one fifty and puts one fifty in the normal range. But you and I both know that as incorrect we're looking for deathly below one hundred probably somewhere between fifty and seventy five. I think is healthy number. I think you know the people in your in your Kita sphere and people that are going hardcore. Kito for while they can probably drive the number even lower but I think below seventy five is really the key Conventional Medicine Conventional Cardiology. There are not even interested anymore. Even checking the labs their protocols are if you have a history of coronary artery disease essentially we're going to put you on the highest dose of Statin drug An NC higher numbers. Look and if your numbers after that are not appropriate. And we're GONNA put you on an injectable pharmaceutical. Pcs Canine inhibitor. So their goal is to drag your. Ldl Down as low as possible. And they don't seem to have a problem with levels of LDL's a ten fifteen twenty thirty. But I think the consequences of bad are absolutely catastrophic. And you know it's it's going to continue to you know. Science will continue to show us that his. Ldl is so important. It's actually a bus carrying all your fat soluble nutrients you know. Helps Bring coenzyme q ten to cells right? I mean it's got a very very important function if you lower it like that you know now you're at risk for fat soluble nutrient deficiencies. You're not getting those out. To the cells cells can heal. Because that's what I've always heard L. A. Healing compound. What.

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Prescription drug prices are on the rise

Good Day Health

01:18 min | 1 year ago

Prescription drug prices are on the rise

"And the rest of the country and up yours. The prescription drug prices will go up again the underscore. Here is six percent. This year. One expert said the prices keep rising because there isn't oversight on costs while that may be another person said he expects more drug companies to announce hikes in the next month. Or so so your friends the drug manufacturers are doing a nice job of screwing, you even more is a lot of money that goes into researching the drugs and making sure that they're safe and getting him. Through FDA approval process that sort of thing, but come on look at the bottom line of these pharma companies and tell me they're not making a lot of money. And maybe there should be a review of of how it all works. Dr Jack and Dr Doug here on good day health. The again reminder podcast on forbidden, Dr number one, forty four vitamin k to controversy money driven. This information campaign. The bogus version of this chlorophyll we were talking about the impact on your health by checking it out at forbidden, Dr dot com. There's also something the controversial thing between

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The Science Of Being Transgender

Science Vs

09:39 min | 2 years ago

The Science Of Being Transgender

"Know? One. What makes us the gender that we are. While science doesn't know for Shaw, we do know that a lot of this is now Janes and the best evidence. We have tells us that this is not a choice, you are the gender. And sometimes it doesn't match you genitals to if a kid says they're transgender. What should you do? Well, let you explore who they are. If they want the hair or let it grow out, that's fine. And if they're about to puberty, so the adult about puberty blockers and three if you decide to change you body with homeowners and surgery will you regret it the best evidence? We have says that very few people regret getting surgery or taking homes. There is one big risk though. And that's t Phillipi particularly for canes who go straight from puberty blockers to home owns. Still though while they might be some risks with changing body with home owns scalpels 's something much scarier is looming over transgender, folks. And that's suicide a survey of molten thirty thousand transpeople found that forty percent had attempted suicide in their lifetime. That's way, high than the general population. It's nine times higher. He's cocoa. Maya the transgender population has the highest rate of suicide attempts of in the demographic in the United States. And what we're learning. Now is that being transgender in itself doesn't seem to be bad for your mental health? Tens out what is bad via mental health is the way trans people are often treated, they get bullied kicked out of their home and attacked and the science is telling us that this mistreatment. That's the biggest problem for transgender. People. It's not homeowners or surgery. Not surprisingly when people don't get treated like garbage and makes a big difference. I think the best thing about transition was having my family and friends support me all the way through it. And having my priest from the small town, Texas, write me a letter about how brave I was and say, I was always welcome in church. Yes. Hormones are important and awesome. But in terms of like why I'm doing so? Well, and so happy is because of all the sources of support that I got. That science Fasces. Hello. I Delhi Ruben high wind high Maryland, Hello. How many citations episode is over one hundred and thirty citations a hundred and fifty and Delhi. If people wanna read way, could they citations they can find them on our website. They can find a full linked to the script yet. I really recommend. If you do have any questions you want to know more about any of the topics. We've mentioned to the script check out the citations. Thanks, guys. This episode was produced by Adelie, Aruban and Merrill, Hawn along with me. Wendy's come in and rose rimless. I'll senior producer is Caitlin story. Edited by Blythe, Terrell editorial assistant by Rebecca cling. And by the way, if you wanna Hugh more about these topic you've got to listen through bekker's podcast. It's called the Trans-Pacific Partnership podcast Trans-Pacific Partnership podcast. It's great will link shooting in the show nights. You've really gonna listen fact checking is done by Michelle, Harris, Merrill, hone and rose rim. Mix and sound design by 'em among music written by 'em among and Bobby Lord. Thanks to all of the research is we got in touch with for this episode, including Dr Jack Tobin professor and faster stilling assistant professors cement the Busa associate professor, Susan Straka. Dr Katrina cock as this professor Neil episode in Poland, Nara, professor, Michelle foresees, and professor Joan garden, and thank you to all the transports who shed this store. With us. We really really appreciate it. Plus, thanks to come and family and Joseph Lebel Wilson next week is the final episode of the season following a cold case. A man has been found dead with a stolen identity. The police don't know what to do can science save the day. I'm wendy's. In fact, you next week. Hey, Wendy hia. And you're about to how special post show extraordinary on the Mike series web producing in partnership with Cole Haan Cole Haan is the brand that champions extrordinary people who passionate about the Korea's. So recently, I met up with few of my extraordinary colleagues to talk about how passions let us to where we on now hosting podcasts in the studio. We have Eric Eddings co host the not what's up and host of startup. Lisa chow. Hello. I was especially curious about leases career pot. So I asked her a question that ended up being kind of revealing. Lisa. What would you tell you'll youngest south when you starting out your career? What are you tell my younger self? You know, it's funny because when I saw when I became a journalist I feel like I went in with my eyes wide open because I graduated and I was an applied. Math major and I had really investigated all different types of jobs to go into. I actually did forty informational interviews. Yeah. With different alumni from my college from accounting to investment banking consulting, the UN working at the State Department being a teacher just a whole range of careers. And then the journalists like connected most to. Yeah. I really liked the journalist I talked to. And then one guy was just, you know, hey, you know, I can call an editor that I worked with twenty years ago to see if you would be willing to offer you a job and he did that. And then I went up to New Hampshire. The job was at a small newspaper New Hampshire, and I never written an article basically for my college newspaper or anything like that. And I went up in interviewed with him. And he gave me the job. Yeah. What was the fest article you wrote full them? Oh, jeez. It was probably about some board meeting because I was covering six towns in New Hampshire and Maine, and the I think I probably went to a meeting and covered a traffic light. So you a debate on whether we should put a traffic light at this intersection. And it was a community that had very few traffic lights. So it was incredibly contentious. I mean, what are you thinking at that point? Yeah. No. It was crazy. I loved it. I don't know. It's just like the small gears in public discourse. It was fascinating to me. It was it was very strange. I mean, I was probably was the only Asian within a thirty mile radius. But yeah, I loved it. I loved it. It was crazy. I was just felt like I was in a foreign land. But I was just in Hampshire. So what would you tell your youngest self than I think, I would just say enjoys a ride. It's exciting. Fun. And you're gonna learn a ton. That's the thing as journalists. It's like you learn so much. It's like you have the luxury to ask any question. You want of anyone? That's crazy. It's amazing. Eric has happened to you. Somewhat at you like, wow, I get us this question. Yes. We had lavar Burton on the show, and he told us he was proud of us, and like that was probably one of best career moments of my life. And I don't know lavar Burton that will you know. I mean, I like to think we know each other now. Clearly. But to be in a situation where I get to talk to someone who I have lived up to into have that person. Not only appreciate that interaction. But also say that they're proud of your work was mind blowing. It's kind of extrordinary way, you'll passions can lead you to you more about compensation produced in partnership with called Han. Go to extraordinary on the Mike dot com. And don't forget to check out Lisa and Eric's extraordinary shows Stott up and the naught you can also finally send me on season one of this poster. That's right mole once again at extraordinary on the Mike dot com. 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Dominion does not expect U.S. court order to hold up Atlantic Coast pipe

Mornings on the Mall with Brian Wilson

01:22 min | 2 years ago

Dominion does not expect U.S. court order to hold up Atlantic Coast pipe

"Male news at six thirty good morning, I Barbara bread Montgomery County school superintendent Dr Jack Smith promising to step up efforts to install security cameras to all county school buses that following the arrest of Montgomery County school bus driver APN Kabbah go on charges of sexually abusing a twelve year old special needs girl that. Assault captured on video on the bus a federal appeals court has thrown out too, key permits for the, Atlantic coast pipeline environmental groups in Virginia say the ruling by the three judge panel of the fourth US district court of appeals means that construction should be halted on, the six hundred. Mile natural gas pipeline but dominion energy the lead developer said it will work with. Federal agencies to resolve the courts, concerns if you work at. The Pentagon take off that, fit bit a new Pentagon order, says military troops and other defense personnel it's sensitive basis will not be allowed to use fitness trackers or similar phone apps that could review He'll their location checking your money the Dow opens the day at twenty five five oh two the NASDAQ had seventy eight sixty, sports sponsored by. The Virginia lottery the Natsios the Braves this afternoon owes take on Tampa Bay tonight. Both teams were off yesterday the, skins preseason opener this week. At the patriots up next, traffic and weather is mornings on, the mall continues on one zero five point nine FM and AM six thirty Washington's mall WMA.

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Disney Ups Bid to $71.3B for Fox Entertainment Assets

KNX Evening News with Diane Thompson

02:29 min | 2 years ago

Disney Ups Bid to $71.3B for Fox Entertainment Assets

"You back out to the freeways less than two minutes from now it's nine twenty three disney is upping its bid for fox's movie studio which is entering a surprise competing offer from comcast disney had originally bid about fifty two billion dollars for much of twentieth century fox in december but comcast later offered about sixty five billion disney's coming back with a seventy one billion dollar offer state wildlife officials have started a criminal investigation into the death of a great white shark found on a beach south of the san jose area experts say the young male shark appeared healthy except for gashes and scars state officials say they're starting a criminal investigation based on results of a neck roxy those results weren't released great whites are a protected species under both state and federal law the latest jurassic world movie is about to open it's a fantasy but could it possibly happen could scientists make real dinosaurs dr jack horner says not only could it happen it's getting close to happening he's a paleontologist and researcher at chapman university and he's been a technical advisor for the jurassic park films dr horner says they're making the most progress with birds especially with chickens change the head we can get teeth we can change the arms and hands or the wings to arms and hands but the tail we're having some real difficulty with and that may take some actual more serious genetic engineering and if that's the case then it could be you know we could be six or seven years out that if you were hoping for a giant t rex you'll be disappointed the dino chicken will be the size of you guessed it chicken and a missing hiker who was found dead in alaska was apparently mall to death by a bear anchorage police say they think the bear was the same one that attacked one member of the search party that was looking for the hiker they say it appeared the bear had been protecting the hikers body when the searcher was attacked searcher had serious injuries but is expected to survive this week's townhall meeting to discuss brown water coming out of taps in compton may have been rigged we'll have that story for you coming up at the bottom of the hour at nine thirty but right now at nine twenty five traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the fives and here's chuck route crashing dora on the ten eastbound the grand avenue that clear from the carpool lane i'm still seeing pockets of slowing leaving irwindale avenue out into glendora now that record love morada five northbound at valley view that is only offer but it is an injury wreck but it's not affecting the line east la five northbound at the ten san bernardino freeway watch for that stalled big rig that's blocking the right two.

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Should Blue Bell change name of The Great Divide ice cream?

KNX In Depth with Charles Feldman and Mike Simpson

00:48 sec | 2 years ago

Should Blue Bell change name of The Great Divide ice cream?

"The first jurassic park movie came out in one thousand nine hundred three centered on scientists who brought dinosaurs back to life by extracting their fossilized dna taken from the blood of ancient insects who fed on the dinosaurs what turns out in real life dna doesn't hold up very well over millions of years so the possibility of creating a real jurassic park seemed remote but twenty five years later with the latest jurassic world movie coincidence coincidence coming out this weekend it turns out scientists might have learned a finger to about recreating dinosaurs so the key to the rive victim might align the dna of chickens since birds are the closest living relatives to dinosaurs dr jack horner paleontologist inspiration behind the lead character the original jurassic park in fact he.

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The Pepper v. Apple Supreme Court Case Will Decide If Apple's App Store Is a Monopoly

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

02:27 min | 2 years ago

The Pepper v. Apple Supreme Court Case Will Decide If Apple's App Store Is a Monopoly

"Spokesman said there have been few incidents and they were handled appropriately vodka trump coming to southern california to raise money for the republicans tallest skyscraper in a very small town presidential historian dr jack pitney of claremont mckenna college telling canucks it's not unusual for a president to rely on popular family members to raise money with the president's popularity low in california overall there's only a little danger when it comes to the evolve brands taking the lead association with wealth and glamour maybe a draw for contributors but it's a turnoff for ordinary voters states here is something kim to marie antoinette but in event like this isn't really about appealing to ordinary voters it's all about the benjamins pitney says vodka has tried to show a softer side of the administration particularly with women's issues which is a major topic in california bob real can't extend seventy newsradio eight it can't acsi us supreme court to consider whether the purchasers of iphone apps can sue apple over allegations it has an illegal monopoly on the sale of the apps the court says it will take a case from the ninth circuits which ruled in january that the buyers could sue apple the lawsuit says that when customers buying up the price includes a thirty percent markup that goes to apple the company had argued that it did not sell the apps but instead acted as an intermediary so there's always issue of how to get people to turn out to vote particularly in primaries well an experiment five california counties mail ballots to all registered voters prior to the june fifth election and they say voter turnout better exceeded numbers compared to the last midterm primary sacramento county assan truck to top forty percent that's up from less than thirty two thousand fourteen napa kelly's turnout was pretty good and though the numbers aren't in yet voter turnouts are believed to be up in san mateo nevada and madeira counties eight twenty ad kanak let's update what's happening good morning big salman just announced a involving citibank one hundred million dollar settlement citibank for fraudulent conduct involving interest rate manipulation that had a big impact on consumers and financial markets around the world the investigation by forty two attorneys general including here in california found that citibank's false rate submissions involving the london interbank offered rate or the library rate affected financial instruments worth trillions of dollars and had a big impact on consumers and global markets since mortgages student loans and other financial products often rely on.

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Military Academy Under Attack in Afghanistan, 9 Dead

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01:24 min | 2 years ago

Military Academy Under Attack in Afghanistan, 9 Dead

"Bbc's karyn regal has more from the scene this is a very residential streets are typical inside route one twenty eighth street with single and two family homes lining it witnesses here tell me if this was earlier or during the week you'd have a lot of kids out in the street a lot of people heading to work a lot of people trying to get out the silver suv witnesses say came down the street too fast the middlesex da says the juvenile was arrested when he eventually crashed into a bank a double suicide bombing in afghanistan kills twenty five people and injured fortyfive others cbs's vicki barker is at the foreign desk this was the scene shortly after the twin suicide attacks the i bomber drove a motorcycle at the headquarters of the afghan intelligence service located in kabul's embassy quarter when a crowd of journalists rushed to the scene a second attacker on foot detonated his bomb in the middle of them deliberately targeting the journalists and afp photographer and a cameraman for a local tv station are among the dead isis claiming responsibility cbs news and this just in this morning a suicide car bomber targeting a nato convoy has killed eleven children at a religious school in the southern canada heart province five nato soldiers and two policemen were also injured leaving sudbury regional high school students are walking out of class this morning protesting the alleged inadequate handling of a student's sexual assault report demonstration comes after a fifteen year old female student filed a federal lawsuit alleging the schools leaders failed to fully investigate her assault report and then ostracized her while failing to punish the two boys suspected in the attack students will spend fifteen minutes and silent demonstration on the school fields bleachers where the alleged attack occurred in twenty thirteen dr ronnie jackson will not return as president trump's personal physician after abandoning his nomination to be the secretary of veterans affairs navy officer sean connolly took over as the president's dr last month and will reportedly continue in that role white house officials dr jack jason has returned to the white house medical unit but no longer as the physician to the president still to come this morning celtics and bruins both would second round playoff games tonight and the red sox back at it as well pretty good for late april more coming up in sports bbc news time sonitpur traffic and weather together on this monday morning the subaru retailers of doing that all wheel drive traffic on the threes get busy out there let's check in.

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