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Loneliness In A Socially Distant World

Dear Sugars

03:48 min | 3 months ago

Loneliness In A Socially Distant World

"We've all felt lonely at some point in our lives, but the reality is loneliness is so much more than a bad feeling. It's a public health crisis that affects more than half of adults in the US. Many. People feel that if they're lonely. That means that they're not likeable or that. They're broken in some way and I certainly felt that as a child that was one of the reasons I never told my parents all those years. I struggled with loneliness. In fact, feeling alone, and we WANNA, ultimately address loneliness. We have to figure out how to eradicate that stigma and help people see loneliness from what it is, which is a human condition that all of his experience at some point in our lives. This is the former US surgeon general Dr Viv AAC morphe- who served from the end of two thousand fourteen until twenty seventeen. He's the author of together the healing power of human connection in sometimes lonely world, and just make it even more clear. Listen to the scientific finding Dr Martha told us so. Loneliness is associated with an increased risk of heart disease of depression, anxiety of premature death of sleep, disturbances of dementia of impaired wound healing, and the list goes on when studies have actually looked at them. Mortality impact associated with loneliness. What they have found is that that mortality impact is similar to the mortality impact seen with smoking fifteen cigarettes a day. Okay fifteen cigarettes a day. That is almost a full pack. In one day. We were shocked when we heard this. How can loneliness cost so much damage? Well, Dr Martha says it's because it puts our minds and bodies in this primal and unsustainable state. Loneliness is a natural signal that our body sends us when we're lacking something that we need for survival in this case, human connection, we literally need him. In connection for survival in that sense is very similar to hunger. Thirst signals at our body sends up when we're. We're lacking food or water now we if we respond to that signal by getting a meal or a drinking some water than the hunger, thirst will subside similarily, we seek out connection with others. If you pick up the phone to call a friend, get in the car and go visit a relative. That loneliness may subside, but when the loneliness persists for a long period of time is when we run into trouble, because physiologically loneliness induces a stress state in our body, and in the short term stress, states can motivate. Motivate you to action in the long term, they're associated with increased levels of inflammation. That's associated with an increased risk of heart, disease and other chronic illnesses. The chronic illnesses are what surgeon general's have focused on in the past and Dr. Murphy said that was initially his plan to when he came into office, but when he actually traveled and spoke to citizens across the country. He had an epiphany. What I recognize overtime was behind. Those stories were so many threads of loneliness. People would often say I feel I have to. To deal with all of these challenges by myself, or if you if I disappear tomorrow, no one would even notice or feel invisible and hearing that again and again from college students from parents from people in remote fishing villages in Alaska to members of Congress in Washington C.. It struck me that something deeper was happening here. He'd heard that a lot, too as a practicing physician, and he knew it was a problem, but addressing loneliness. It wasn't taught in Med school when you enter a profession like medicine or nursing. Because you want to help people and relieve suffering, and when you see people suffering in front of you from 'cause you have no idea how to address something like loneliness. He doesn't feel good, and that's how I felt when I was in the hospital. And I. Encounter patients who were alone and I didn't know what to do and I felt I wasn't serving them.

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"dr martha" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"dr martha" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Or help with any other sources of diarrhea just like my peanut butter and my rubbing alcohol and skunk off. Things to have on hand. I would always have canned pumpkin on hand great to stock up right after thanksgiving. When everything goes on sale have a bunch of canned pumpkin in your house, all for dogs and cats, but it's a natural fibre source that will help resolve a lot of cases of colitis, which is inflammation of the colon. We tend to get that from any kind of stressor. So that could be a dietary indiscretion that could be your dog was in a boarding facility, yet, a huge dinner party, and your dog doesn't like all that stress and simulation. They're scared of thunderstorms. And it was a rough night in the spring. Lots of different reasons dogs can get stressed colitis, canned pumpkin. A lot of times we'll help resolve that. So I tend to say about a tablespoon per twenty pounds. It's kind of a rough guess for most pets a tablespoon per twenty pounds is your rough estimate. Yep. And sometimes we need a little more a little less. It's always important to remember cans, pumpkin. Will turn your pet stool a little orange. That means nothing. It's totally normal. Don't don't worry about that. If. Next stool or two is a little bit different color. But that's just the pumpkin doing its job orange. Poop, don't panic. Don't panic just like with kids. The only time we panic with stools, I say panic loosely. The only time we get concerned is when it's white red or black so between that I don't get too worried about because pigments can change but very similar to canned pumpkin. You can also use Metamucil bananas you can use any brand products. But I think canned pumpkin works the best seller seem to like it. They do they do it's very palatable and a lot of pets especially those that have repeat colitis. So if you have a dog that's anxious, and you travel a lot for work, and you have to board that your dog, canned pumpkin is a great maintenance food to add to your diet, your dog's diet, and it may help prevent in some cases. So, but if you are not seeing improvement with your dog or cat with diarrhea, especially after forty eight hours, or if your dog or cat is showing. That is in that worry color, white red or black or if your dog or cat is not eating or having vomiting or other clinical signs than absolutely talk to your veterinarian. You may need to bring your pet in for an exam because it may not be one of those home remedy resolving cases of diarrhea. You know, I gotta be honest with you. These are so vitally important hacks. And some of them are absolutely ingenious of all of them are ingenious to be honest with you. But besides just being cool and kind of crafty what I love about them as almost all of them. Either prevent sickness or help your pet during sickness and a lot of them could even be lifesavers. So for me are so salient and relevant. And I just appreciate so much your time today because the truth is I feel like Mars we could keep going. I mean, we can go onto one hundred is not the case. I think we could like you said it's today's world is so busy, and we want our pet owners. To really enjoy. Having a pet at home. And we don't want the stress and anxiety and worry of illness or behavioral problems to wedge in between that human animal bond. So if we can be efficient and sometimes cost effective as well as taking the best care of our pets. You know, starting at home. I I think that's the best way to have a great relationship. Well, perfect. You know, what this means, right? Dr Martha this means that I got to have you back for Pentax part two. Would you ever come back? I'd love to let me know. Excellent. Thank you so much. This is perfect. Listen until next time. Dr Mars, let's touch base again because they know that people are craving more and more information. And when you come back, I will have to talk about how to get you out of Chicago. So you can come to California. I'll take you up on that. Right. Perfect. Thanks again for joining me. And we'll talk next time. Sounds great. Thanks again. Hereford? Wow. Folks, look at that. Now was incredible. Dr Natalie just dropped bombs on us after. A bomb after bomb really, really great ingenious panics. And listen. I mean, some of these you think are a little bit whimsical or light. But they're truthful overheats I've seen unfortunately, some pets not make it through those episodes pets. I get hold. It's uncomfortable. Or just seeing the heartbreaking look on somebody's face when they lose a pet. So she mentioned microchipping and having a properly fitting collar and leash and just checking with your rescues and social media on how to reunite your pet with your family. We got a chance to talk about how important early training is pet insurance. The peanut butter. I mean, we got we give two thumbs up to peanut butter xylitol free. And of course, vaccines vaccines help prevent infectious disease and infectious diseases, literally everywhere, and of course, medications are hopefully your pet at some point. Hopefully, your pet will never need medications. But the truth is all pets are living, breathing wonderful beings and are going to need medications at some point. So I'm glad.

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"dr martha" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

05:18 min | 2 years ago

"dr martha" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Ways to. Help firm up stool or help with any other sources of diarrhea, just like my peanut butter and my rubbing alcohol and skunk off things Have on hand I would always have canned pumpkin on hand scraped to stock up right after thanksgiving when everything goes on sale have a. Bunch of canned pumpkin in your house all for dogs and cats, but it's a natural fibre source that will help resolve a lot of cases. Of, colitis which is inflammation of the colon we tend to get that from any kind of stressor so that could be a dietary indiscretion that could be your dog was in a boarding. Facility, yet a huge, dinner party and your dog doesn't like all. That stress and simulation they're scared of thunderstorms and it was a rough night in the spring, lots of different reasons dogs, can get stressed colitis canned pumpkin a lot of times we'll help resolve that so I tend to say about a tablespoon per twenty pounds it's kind of a rough. Guest for most pets, a tablespoon per twenty. Pounds is your rough estimate Yep and sometimes, we need a little more a little less it's always important to remember cans pumpkin will turn your pet stool a little orange that. Means nothing it's totally normal don't don't worry about that if the next Stool or two is a little bit. Different color but that's just, the pumpkin doing its job orange poop don't panic don't panic just like with, kids the only time we panic with stools I say panic loosely the only time we, get concerned is when it's white. Red or black so between that I don't get too. Worried about because pigments can change but very similar to canned pumpkin you can also use Metamucil bananas you can use any brand products but I think canned pumpkin works the best. Seller seemed to like it they do Yep they do it's very palatable. And a lot of. Pets especially those that, have, repeat colitis, so if you have a dog that's anxious. And you travel a lot for work and you have to. Board that your dog allot canned pumpkin is a, great maintenance food to add. To your diet your. Dog's. Diet and it may help prevent in some cases so. But if you are not seeing. Improvement with your dog or cat with diarrhea especially. After forty eight. Hours or if. Your dog or cat is. Showing poop that Isn't that worry color white redder black or if your dog or cat, is not eating, or having vomiting or other clinical signs than absolutely. Talk to your veterinarian you may need to bring your pet in for an, exam because it may not be one of those home remedy resolving cases of diarrhea You know I gotta be honest with, you these are so vitally important had hacks and. Some of them, are absolutely ingenious of all of. Them are ingenious to be honest with you but besides just being cool, and kind of crafty what I love about them. As almost, all of them either prevent sickness or help your pet. During sickness and a. Lot, of them could, even be lifesavers so for me these are so salient and relevant and I just appreciate so much your time, today because the truth is I feel like Dr Mars we could keep going I mean we can go onto one hundred is. Not the case I think we could I like you said it's today's world is so busy and we want, our pet, owners to really enjoy having a pet? At home and we don't want the stress and anxiety and worry of illness or behavior problems to wedge in between that. Human animal bond so if we can be efficient and sometimes cost effective as well as taking the best care of our pets you know Starting at home I I think that's the, best way to have a great relationship well perfect. You know, what this means right Dr Martha this means that I. Got to have you. Back, for Pentax part, two would you ever come back I'd love to let me know excellent thank you so much this is perfect, listen until next time Dr Mars let's touch base again because I know that people are craving more and more information and when. You come back I will have to talk about how to get you out of Chicago so you can come, to California I'll take you up on that perfect thanks again for joining me and we'll talk next time sounds great thanks again perfect wow folks look. At that now was incredible Dr just dropped bombs on us after bomb after. Bomb just really, really great, ingenious paddocks, and listen I mean some of these you think, are a little bit whimsical or light but. They're, they're truthful that overheats I've seen unfortunately some pets not make. It, through. Those episodes pets get hold, it's. Uncomfortable or. Just seeing the heartbreaking on somebody's face when they lose a pet so. She mentioned microchipping and having? A properly fitting collar and leash. And. Just checking with your. Rescues and social. Media on how to, reunite. Your, pet with your family we got a chance to talk about how important early training. Is pet insurance the peanut, butter I mean we got we give thumbs up to peanut butter xylitol, free and of course vaccines vaccines Help. Prevent infectious disease and infectious diseases literally everywhere and of. Course my. -cations are. Hopefully. Your, pet. At some point you know hopefully. Your. Pet will never need medications but the truth is. All pets, are living breathing wonderful beings and. Are going to need medications at some point so I'm glad we got to, cover that, too but there's just so much, information, packed for I'm going to review all this. Again because.

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"dr martha" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"dr martha" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"And hospitalizations there are several risk factors for this inflammation inside the Airways that triggers broncho spasms and difficulty, breathing so, who's at risk patients that. Are at risk have a family history of any of the topic diseases and the eight happy Diseases include as a topic dermatitis allergic rhinitis and if you have one of those, conditions Dr Martha Hart. Head of pediatric allergy. And immunology at the mayo clinic children's center says you're more likely to have others you have food allergy are more likely to have asked my. Few have a topic dermatitis or eggs my you're more likely to later develop asthma. And if you have allergies whether it's pollen pet dander or dust mites those can trigger an asthmatic. Episode so keeping your allergies under control is important, for more information talk with your healthcare provider or visit mayoclinic dot org candidates With, your Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute I need an, RAF how well. Do you wash your hands Dr Gregory Poland, director of mayo clinic vaccine research group says adults could do much better at the sink people go to the bathroom and. They run their fingers under the water well that does nothing and then they grabbed, thirty faucet and. They touch the dirty handle on the way. Out of the bathroom Dr, Poland says that in public washrooms they're often, more bacteria on those faucets then. In the toilet water so next time you're at the sink so you wash your hands while singing happy birthday to yourself Get between, the fingers the fingertips The Turn the water off with a paper, towel and you open the door to leave with a paper towel and dispose of the paper. Towel that's how you wash your. Hands Ideally with warm soapy water for more information talk with your healthcare. Provider or visit mayoclinic dot org.

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"dr martha" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"dr martha" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"For this. Inflammation inside the Airways that, triggers broncho spasms and difficulty breathing so who's, at risk patients that are at. Risk have a family history of any of the topic diseases. And the a topic diseases include as a topic dermatitis. Allergic rhinitis and if, you have one of. Those conditions Dr Martha hearts head of pediatric. Allergy and immunology at the mayo clinic children's center says you're more likely to have others you have. Food allergy are more likely to have as my few have a topic dermatitis or eggs my. You're more likely to later develop asthma and if you have allergies whether it's pollen pet dander or dust mites those can trigger an asthmatic episode so. Keeping your allergies under. Control is important for more information talk with your healthcare provider or visit mayoclinic dot org The likely that happens and Trump wins he will see a market crash of historic proportions Good old reliable Nathan there Steve Rattner the, economists from the Obama administration, a democrat, and NBC. News economic advisor and. Pundits, he's, not, often. Right Revealed From the n. t. k. network New York Times targets Kavanagh's wife looking for abortion gun gay federalist emails.

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"dr martha" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"dr martha" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Hospitalizations there are several risk factors for this inflammation, inside the Airways that triggers broncho spasms and difficulty breathing, so who's. At risk patients that, are, at, risk, have, a family history of any of the topic diseases and the topic diseases include asthma a topic. Dermatitis allergic rhinitis and. If you have one of those conditions Dr Martha hearts head of pediatric allergy and immunology at the mayo clinic children's center says you're. More, likely, to, have, others, you have. Food allergy are more likely to have as my few have, a topic dermatitis, or eggs. My you're more likely to later develop asthma and if you have allergies whether it's pollen pet dander or dust mites those can trigger an asthmatic episode, so, keeping, your, allergies, under control is important for more information talk with your. Healthcare provider or visit mayoclinic dot org Org Sutter health proudly carrying for northern California Traffic well let's get started. Here we have a few things working we're gonna go with the accident twenty nine northbound. South of twelve southern right shoulder blocked here I m seeing slowdowns for a. Little while longer as it gets cleared now the crash five eighty. Westbound east of north. Flynn road Livermore this is. Getting cleared you will see residuals slowdowns let's move to the bang-up one, northbound south of east, Mel Bray, app right shoulder blocked here traffic delayed and we have a brushfire six. Eighty northbound north of Bernal. At Pleasanton the right lane is blocked you're going. To see heavy slowdowns in this spot. That's f. o. traffic on Keith James nine hundred thousand law enforcement officers defend America's.

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"dr martha" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"dr martha" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Bottom of the hour we'll be talking, about those motorized. Scooters and they're everywhere. And an emergency room doctor says they are keeping him and others, very, busy right, now though for years we've been told to eat low fat dairy, because it's a healthier but new study finds whole milk and full fat yogurt cheese may actually. Be better, for you lead. Author Dr Martha auto she's a nutritional cardiovascular epidemiologist at UT health Houston's. School of public health and Dr we, thought this was bad but it's actually good. Take us through it Hi yes thank. You for having me on I was study was conducted. In nearly three thousand. Participants age sixty five years and older and they were followed up, for, over twenty, years what we found this particular study was interesting because it used, blood measures as opposed to self report that dairy mpc and what we found when we compared. Participants at, higher level of. This very fatty fact be biomarkers with lower levels we've found that no. Link between their effects and causes of, staff or more specifically heart disease or stroke Now was it just that. You found no link or as I understood the study and correct me if I'm wrong. Not only was there no? Link, but did you also find that it may cut down the consumption of high fat milk products may actually cut down the risk of, stroke or heart attack so. From these three different facts that we looked. At. In. Blood all found no increase the, risk and one in particular showed lower risk with stroke about forty percent lower risk of, stroke associated with higher levels of this particular component. In blood so where did all that advice for years and years of the maybe we're still getting where did that. Come from well it comes from early studies that really look at higher intakes of fetch rated fat relationship with blood. Cholesterol levels and what they found which is not necessarily contradict it's not gonna tell you contradicted bio studies Hiring takes of such rated, fat increased blood cholesterol and we know that it increased both the bad less real good cholesterol no our study looked at disease outcome which is the ultimate. Question we want to know yet he changes cholesterol level what what happens with risk of disease and that right and what we found in older adults especially with that, there was no link knowing the risk of cardiovascular disease and in fact one. Of these particles that they said seem to lead to lower risk and what we can. Be the message he is? That, food dairy foods and not necessarily only saturated fat they have a lot of good but passion this calcium vitamin c and we look, at the food as a. Whole and consumption okay now now I I Doc I, would be remiss if I didn't ask and then I'll I'll go onto. Another, question but I just wanted to, be certain was was the. Study that you took part. In in any way, shape or form financed at all by any arm of. Dairy industry yes or no okay all, right so that, out of the way so if you personally had choice. Between a frothy, milkshake with mounds of whipped cream atop board or a double serving of non fat frozen yogurt which of the. Two would you go for well I would go for your work. Regardless of whether it's fat or, low fat, I would, have no, problems having your work milkshake it is problematic because there's a. Lot. Of sugar in, it This is southern California's only twenty four hour local.

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Health department: Sick children drank milk from East Tennessee dairy

Here & Now

01:42 min | 2 years ago

Health department: Sick children drank milk from East Tennessee dairy

"Are fighting to save a needle exchange program at orange county after being shut down earlier this year the city of santa ana shut down the orange county needle exchange program thing dirty needles were popping up everywhere now the volunteers who run it are seeking a state permit to run a mobile needle giveaway because dallas augustine says it's needed unfortunately we do have really high rates as hiv hep c and we're seeing really high rates of opioid overdose oh county supervisor chair andrew del says the needle exchange is a health hazard and they're willing to fight this in court if the state grants the program a permit not only do we have a needle giveaway we're gonna make it mobile so we have even less control over where they are dispensed he says not only are dirty needles turning up on the street but fourteen thousand were removed from the santa ana riverbed karen adams can x ten seventy newsradio kids in tennessee have gotten sick because of bad mill ten children all under the age of four have tested positive for e coli four of them are hospitalized with kidney failure all of them had consumed raw milk from a cow share dairy in the knoxville area dr martha buchanan is the head of the knox county tennessee health department parents need to understand that e coli is a serious illness and that it's preventable also health experts are trying to figure out why and how the second children got raw milk jim krasula cbs news new documentary courts david cassidy as saying he was still drinking in the final years of his life spy telling his family and friends he had cleaned up after going to rehab in two thousand fourteen people magazine reports the former teen idol also told producers of the a documentary that he never had dementia despite reports to the contrary and that is ill health was instead complete alcohol poisoning cassidy died of organ failure.

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"dr martha" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"dr martha" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"But let's start with more dramatic developments in malaysia i we had ninety two year old mahathir mohamad returning to paris all these prime minister now he said the jailed opposition leader anwar ibrahim will be pardoned and released from prison he's behind bars after his second conviction for sodomy was upheld he's always maintained that the charges were politically motivated speaking at a news conference in kuala lumpur mr mahattaya said malaysia's king had agreed to grant a full pardon the cause of award discussion with the album yesterday that has indicated that he is willing to pardon three immediately is going to be a full pardon which of course means that he should not only be released immediately when he is added after that you'd be three but the speed fully in politics brehm syfy and is director of the medical center for opinion research in kuala lumpur annoy ibrahim was a document tears deputy prime minister during the time when dr martier was less prime minister so he was deputy prime minister from the middle of ninety s until nine hundred ninety eight when he was sacked and then imprisoned by dr martha and for the last twenty years there have been forced across the political divide but over the last couple of years dr mahathir has joined forces with the opposition and they have triumph in the.

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"dr martha" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"dr martha" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Yeah and i think that they could tell it was doing something but again this identity question of how much is me how much is the drug and how much is it really helping it seems like the study that's talked about in the film and which study was that this is dr martha farris study at u penn it was done in the two thousands and what's amazing is that one of the effects of adderall which is an phetamine mixed phetamine is that it makes you feel like you are doing better but the idea that these are smart pills or that their cognitive enhancers is a little bit misguided you could come away with this film with kind of mixed feelings on the one hand a lot of people don't like to think that they need something that they need a drug to ace attest or finish a work project on the other it isn't clear what long term harm these pills due to most people you know unless you have a a serious medical condition they're rarely deadly i'm like things like opioids what harm do you see here i think the harm that is maybe most urgent that applies to the most people is what the film focuses on which is a little bit more of the identity questions of what is lost if we are all in an adderall world what does it mean to feel like you need it to succeed from my reporting that seems like the most widespread applicable sort of risk and and question that needed to be discussed more in the open director alison claiming her new documentary take your pills is out tomorrow on netflix thank you.

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"dr martha" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"dr martha" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Yeah and i think that they could tell it was doing something but again this identity question of how much is me how much is the drug and how much is it really helping it seems like the study that's talked about in the film and which study was that this is dr martha farah study at u penn it was done in the two thousands and what's amazing is that one of the effects of adderall which is an phetamine mixed amphetamine is that it makes you feel like you are doing better but the idea that these are smart pills or that their cognitive enhancers is a little bit misguided come away with this film with kind of mixed feelings on the one hand a lot of people don't like to think that they need something that they need a drug to ace attest or finish a work project on the other it isn't clear what long term harm these pills due to most people you know unless you have a serious medical condition they're rarely deadly unlike things like opioids what harm do you see here i think the harm that is maybe most urgent that applies to the most people is what the film focuses on which is a little bit more of the identity questions of you know what is lost if we are all in an adderall world what does it mean to feel like you need it to succeed from my reporting that seems like the most widespread applicable sort of risk and and question that needed to be discussed more in the open director alison claiming her new documentary take your pills is out tomorrow on netflix thank you.

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"dr martha" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"dr martha" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The drug yeah and i think that they could tell it was doing something but again this identity question of how much is me how much is the drug and how much is it really helping it seems like the study that's talked about in the film and which study was that this is dr martha farah study at u penn it was done in the two thousands and what's amazing is that one of the effects of adderall which is an phetamine mixed damn phetamine is that it makes you feel like you are doing better but the idea that these are smart pills that their cognitive enhancers is a little bit misguided you come away with this film with kind of mixed feelings on the one hand a lot of people don't like to think that they need something that they need a drug to as a test or finish a work project on the other it isn't clear what long term harm these pills due to most people you know unless you have a serious medical condition they're rarely deadly unlike things like opioids what harm do you see here i think the harm that is maybe most urgent that applies to the most people is what the film focuses on which is a little bit more of the identity questions of what is lost if we are all in an adderall world what does it mean to feel like you need it to succeed from my reporting that seems like the most widespread applicable sort of risk and and question that needed to be discussed more in the open director alison claiming her new documentary take your pills is out tomorrow on netflix thank you.

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"dr martha" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"dr martha" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Yeah and i think that they could tell it was doing something but again this identity question of how much is me how much is the drug and how much is it really helping it seems like the study that's talked about in the film and which study was that this is dr martha farah study you pen it was done in the two thousands and what's amazing is that one of the effects of adderall which is an phetamine mixed amphetamine is that it makes you feel like you are doing better but the idea that these are smart pills or that their cognitive enhancers is a little bit misguided come away with this film with kind of mixed feelings on the one hand a lot of people don't like to think that they need something that they need a drug to ace attest or finish a work project on the other it isn't clear what long term harm these pills due to most people you know unless you have a serious medical condition they're rarely deadly unlike things like opioids what harm do you see here i think the harm that is maybe most urgent that applies to the most people is what the film focuses on which is a little bit more of the identity questions of what is lost if we are all in an adderall world what does it mean to feel like you need it to succeed from my reporting that seems like the most widespread applicable sort of risk and and question that needed to be discussed more in the open director alison klayman her new documentary take your pills his out tomorrow on netflix thank you.

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"dr martha" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"dr martha" Discussed on KPCC

"To be like f course that's a director and and the women in the film who we interviewed who are experts on these issues like caroline nebraska at sundance end stacy smith at euasean dr martha laws then at san diego state university women tend not to be in these networks of influence as much at the agencies and production companies and networks they're still largely run by men and men run in those networks and just have more access to these opportunities as her interview iron these directors you also show your side of the interview and are often shows that there are mainly women behind your cameras with that important to you that a film about female directors be made by female filmmakers absolutely with this film it was certainly was important for me to work with a largely female crew to give women who i know are so talented who haven't had the opportunities they deserve to get some of those opportunities and also sitting in these interviews they were just like a master class with each of these directors and every woman who was in that room left the room just kind of spinning inspired like ready to take on the worlds and i felt like if i can give women the opportunity to be sitting in this room with a bit of aaron angel solloway in lena dunham and tina may brie and all these incredible women telling their stories um you know that was important as well amy adrian is the director and producer of the documentary half the picture amy thanks so much for coming in this was a thrill thank you so much for having me a b adriaan half the picture will be in theaters in june coming up here override the director of donald glover's ever inventive series atlanta oh oh god okay akg by monday no horse on next time on that you know usa we go to enter the ill aka the rodeo deal with them lam sign strategy what is that a be diamond goats criville lam said that's next time on that dino usa tonight at nine on eighty three kpcc from.

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"dr martha" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"dr martha" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"At a slower rate of cognitive decline compared to those who tentative little or no greens according to steady arthur dr martha clear morris at of nutrition science at rush medical college in chicago she says these those houston's quite strong it look niners fifty participants in a study called the memory and aging process project their average age eighty one none of them had dementia they wanted to see if they were going to progress towards memory decline they found that those who tended to eat the most reigns uh were less likely two experience cognitive decline uh so how much to take on average one point three servings per day a serving size is defined as a half cup of cooked rains or a cup of raw greens uh show uh surpri research is also pointed to a similar benefit a steady women published in two thousand six found that highconsumption of vegetables in reading of from an article here the times was associated with less cognitive decline among older women and in particular there was a protective effect for greater consumption of leafy vegetables and cruciferous vegetables such as broccoli and cauliflower each broccoli vegetables contain a range of.

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"dr martha" Discussed on WHYR 96.9 FM

WHYR 96.9 FM

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"dr martha" Discussed on WHYR 96.9 FM

"You think beyond your plate i'm melinda hemelgarn register dietician and investigative nutritionist on admission to connect the dots between food health and agriculture and find food truth and today i'm honored to welcome my guest dr martha the lori she is a professor of nutrition at the ohio state university where her research seeks to identify specific fats that modify energy metabolism and inflammation in health and disease in particular her research group looks at the mechanisms of how different fatty acids change gene expression and metab listen in skeletal and heart muscles i happen to meet her on an airplane she was going to the american academy of nutrition in dietetic annual conference in chicago this past fall where she spoke about these different kinds of fatty acids and to try to put some of the misconceptions and confusion at rest her work has generated over one hundred peerreviewed research articles with continual funding support from a variety of respected agencies including the nih usta nasa the american cancer society and the american institute for cancer research thank you so much for being with me dr blurry welcome thank you so much for having me pleasure to be speaking with you today well i'm curious to know as dieticians i i don't know if i mentioned that you are also in addition to being a researcher nutrition professor and researcher at the ohio state university but you're also a fellow dietician and i think it's so interesting to see how our careers move forward or progress from our education and you have developed a strong interest and expertise in dietary fat how did that happen well i would actually studying to be a dietician i went to beaver texas an awesome and one of the professors came into one of our classes and said there's fellowship for undergraduate researchers everybody should apply and nobody apply but me so i got it and i worked with a group of professors who were working on how dietary fat affect inflammation and tumor formation and they were in this in mouse model for kanther to understand how dietary fat could impact basically the risk for cancer in these mouse models that's fascinating especially because i think if we look at some of the headlines and the media today there are certain terms that bubble up to the top so all kinds of fat issues whether it's the inner should i.

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"dr martha" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM

WVNJ 1160 AM

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"dr martha" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM

"Eyes dez nitrates that improve blood flow to the brain and to your muscles and as foley there's alphatocopherol the natural form as is a good i share fully guy should that already how do i know that 'cause my brain work so this is rush university in chicago great research institution the team according to the team to rate of cognitive decline is linearly this is important i'm want explain what it means i'll translate few lenovo linearly associated with higher food intake shall fully follow queen on and loyalty that means the more you have the less cognitive decline you have unless you have the quickie you're going to lose your memory the more certain you're going to lose your memory all of these things are in a cabbage vegetables there will show by the way you get a lot of looting the natural bucci used and brain studies on ice studies and iraq hello which is on special today you will show shorter dr martha claire morrish she had a team of researchers at rush they looked at a thousand people from the memory and aging project a thousand people from the memory an aging project day ranged in age from fifty eight to ninety nine they had cognitive will shushma bench and frequently filled in food questionnaires over a fiveyear period the rate of brain decline among those who had one to two servings per day of the green leafy vegetables was the equivalent of being a loving years younger and the brain compared with those who rarely or never consume green leafy vegetables okay the people who had green leafy vegetables wanted to two times a day the brain was on average eleven years younger than people who didn't have it frequently who is a lot of evidence that the green leafy vegetables enhance your life his another one and don't forget we talk about a mediterranean diet all the time or the mind diet these are the kind of ingredients and all these diet in a mind diet in the uh in the uh uh mediterranean diet bijur are exactly the kind of ingredients you want eighty more vegetables may lower your.

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"dr martha" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"dr martha" Discussed on KPCC

"Who we interviewed who are experts on these issues like carolina broscoe at sundance end stacy smith euasean dr martha lauzon at san diego state university women tend not to be in these networks of influence as much so you know at the agencies and production companies and networks they're still largely run by men and men run in those networks and just have more access to these opportunity these catherine hard work tells a heartbreaking story about a very difficult day on the set of the twilight movie that she directed where everything was going wrong she step behind a tree and had a very quick cry a woman can do that is considered weak and ineffectual a man can go on some sort of thai rate and yell at everybody and he's a strong leader i mean it's true we have different expectations for for men and women and i think there's the whole like male genius meth where you can act completely insane n berate people and throw things and if you're passionate and if the movies are good it's you're just a genius n you know everyone accepts it because of what a genius that person is and women don't have a counterpart to that there's not a you know a female version of that as you're interviewing these directors you also show you our side of the interview and it often shows that there are mainly women behind your cameras with that important to you that a film about female directors be made by female filmmakers absolutely with this film we wanted to show what it looks like to make a movie and i think there is you know there can be mystique in and mystery about what a director does in the magic of making movies and we wanted to show hey here i am as the director sitting on an apple box asking questions here are my two female dps setting lights here's here's our crew so to kind of you know disabuse people of the notion that it's some magical round that only certain guys have the key to opening i mean making movies as kraft in its effort in its passion it's telling your stories and so we wanted to.

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"dr martha" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"dr martha" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Hospital for months oh asking skintoskin keith and be caroline are part of an ongoing research effort of columbia university medical center in new yorkpresbyterian examining whether the most basic nurturing techniques like this quiet moment can help heal the traumas of premature birth the more you do this the more you reinforce that connection the slow while you are coming me and i am coming you and then to crave being together south perpetual this intervention is the brainchild of dr martha welsh she says that while much of this seems like the standard care offered to premature babies in their parents here the focus is one hundred percent on strengthening the emotional connection between mother and child it's not cerebral visceral cut feelings they're beginning to set this pattern of calming each other it seems so basic very basic i think look is wanted for the last few months we've been following several moms and their premature babies through this process neil needle intensive care units give these children a better shot at survival now than at any other time in history in the early nineties a child born as early as twenty three or twenty four weeks was unlikely to survive now the routinely do but despite that leaving the womb so early still puts these kids at high risk for emotional behavioural and developmental challenges this intervention is meant to help minimise those impacts the mummy feel more comfortable.

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