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"dr mu" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

05:41 min | 7 months ago

"dr mu" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

"To the US labor market, following the coronavirus outbreak. In somewhat more plain language president trump has decided to stop hundreds of thousands of foreign workers from getting jobs in this economy, their stricken on work visas are in place through the end of the year, although renewable, and they apply to a whole lot of highly skilled jobs, usually in stem fields, also those seasonal hospitality, workers and students on summer work study programs to stories on this story. Start things off today, the common theme of which is. You know sometimes things. Don't work out the way you think. They're gonNA from the Workplace Culture Desk Marketplace's Megan mcardle. CARINO'S UP I. The cutting off the says is that American companies will hire Americans, but it's often not that simple foreign workers helped the economy says Giovanni petty an economist at the University of California, Davis worker are allowing these companies to grow to improve their productivity day are connected with other jobs. We American are doing. He's found cities that have higher numbers of immigrants working in stem fields on H.. One B. Visas for specialty occupations also have more job and wage growth for. Workers and when companies can't hire workers from abroad, they often simply move jobs instead says. British Glennon a professor of management at University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School, so those jobs aren't necessarily Americans. It just means that those jobs are going to another country. She found restrictions on H.. One B. Visas led firms to move more jobs to China India and Canada during the early two thousands, but allowing companies to. To hire more immigrants doesn't necessarily slow. The exporting of jobs overseas says Ron, here, a professor of political science at Howard, university and author of outsourcing America, so the net effect of H. One bs to speed up offshoring. He says of the top thirty companies that received the most H.. One B. Visas. Half of them are staffing firms that send jobs abroad, so they have the US workers trained. Trained the H. One B. Workers who had a return home as their ultimate aim is to try to shift the work off shores just possible. He advocates reforms to the immigration system to limit such abuses, while still allowing for innovation growth but Warton's British Glennon, says the limits put in place by the trump administration could change the course of business for years or even decades to come if it. It becomes difficult to hire people in your US office. You may shift more than just those immigrant jobs abroad. She says once companies start moving jobs. The innovation that fuels growth goes along with them I. Megan mccurdy, Carino for marketplace, so let's take a slice of the American labor force. Because immigration is right, it's a labor story. Let's take a slice and apply this new trump administration rule to. Of course the rule of unintended consequences. A category of work visa known as H. One B. is Meghan saying among the visas that have been shut off its among the biggest categories of work visas, and it is used by among other industries healthcare, and as marketplace's Jasmine GARS reminds us. We got a pandemic on. Dr Mu Cash Gopala. Krishna is an emergency cardiologists at a retirement community an hour outside of Tucson Arizona ongoing cardiologists who bad luck! Basin the week these days. He sees a lot of covid nineteen patients. He was born in India and is here on H. One B. Visa in America around twenty eight percent of doctors, thirty five percent of home aids and twenty percent of nursing assistance are foreign born for many international medical students. The way to stay in the US after graduation is by serving at risk communities that includes rural areas much like where Dr Gopala Krishna is practicing last year. Rural areas accounted for sixty six percent of the health. Professional Shortage Areas Richard Burke. Burke is with envoy global which prepares visa applications for businesses like hospitals. He says the issue is simply supply and demand you. Citizens of the students are not graduating in the requisite levels with stem degrees to address this shortage, which is only gonNA. Get more profound. The trump administration has said the freeze on work. Visas will protect jobs that could go to American Workers Masa. Come Bobby an attorney with the American immigration. Lawyers Association says that won't happen. You need these H.. One B. Physicians who are willing to go to Alabama or Georgia. Parts of the beltway just don't have enough doctors now. This sends a signal to all of them. Look, we don't care about you. We don't want you to come here and work in the United States and she's worried. The visa freeze will push them to get jobs in other countries. I'm Jasmine garnished for marketplace. This quick item immigration adjacent from the marketplace desk of Yeah I guess turnabout is fair. Play the, new. York Times reports today that as the European Union prepares to reopen its borders, a draft list of countries whose nationals will not be welcome to travel to the European Union because they failed to control the virus. That list includes Russia Brazil. And the United States. There was a little aga in the markets overnight, but all was well once the bell sounded. We'll have the details when we do the numbers..

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"dr mu" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:43 min | 11 months ago

"dr mu" Discussed on KFI AM 640

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"dr mu" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:35 min | 11 months ago

"dr mu" Discussed on KFI AM 640

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"dr mu" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:20 min | 11 months ago

"dr mu" Discussed on KFI AM 640

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"dr mu" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:07 min | 11 months ago

"dr mu" Discussed on KFI AM 640

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"dr mu" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:44 min | 11 months ago

"dr mu" Discussed on KFI AM 640

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"dr mu" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:56 min | 11 months ago

"dr mu" Discussed on KFI AM 640

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"dr mu" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

12:56 min | 1 year ago

"dr mu" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Zero nine six five. That's triple eight six zero ninety six twenty five actually answer any question that you have, you know, you've tried all kinds of things when it comes to your health problems. And sometimes you just kind of go down, bad end, don't come up with anything that really works. Well, that's why we do this program because truly you are in control. And we wanna make sure that you have all the opportunities all the options to make decisions. There's a advertising guy years ago that used to say, you know, our best consumers are ones who are more informed. And that's what we what about you. We want to make sure that you've been very informed. Have an interesting program today with somebody who I have tremendous. Amount of admiration, respect for and a topic fats up until probably about a week ago. I was not really up to speed on completely I am now and we're going to talk about because it's really interesting and it can change a lot of different things about you. Have you ever got on television and you saw somebody like about a year ago year and a half ago and it could be a personality of some sort either politician or actress an actor and so forth, and all of a sudden they look dramatically different site, their ho facial structure is changed, completely, and they say, well, I have not had cosmetic surgery. Well, guess what? I think I found the reason for that my guest in studio. Dr Michael Chang, welcome Dr Mike, thank you. I'm always honored to be on your show. It's fun. You know you have tremendous admiration your expert at no muscular dentistry, that was. So we're gonna talk about today is, is something in that line. It's like this is crazy, but it absence a lot. Questions and I'm going to let you segue into it, and we're going to talk about this. Anterior growth guidance appliance. And it's like, oh my God. It people who've had their faces they have retreated jobs. They have shortened, lower mandible. They have facial compression, as it looks like an for many, many reasons we can get into that a little bit as we go through, but all of a sudden, that's changeable without surgery. Dr Mike, welcome through this. What are we talking about this AIG thing? Sure up until now. You know, there are certain types of a normal bites of the jaw that requires surgery. But now with growth guidance appliances what we call growth guides orthodontics, we can do a lot of correct of jaw alignment without surgery. It can fix by dishes of underdeveloped, jaw overbites, TM J pain, facial pain, migraines, even sleep apnea decrease volume can be increased premature facial ageing so many, many benefits. Wow. Surgery. Wow. Without a knife. That's correct. That's, that's crazy. You're, you're thinking about all these things I see them in the office on a day-to-day basis. And, you know, people want to hide how they look and so forth, and it seems to over time you see somebody who even started out as a younger person looking great, doing well and so forth. And then their facial, configuration. Changes abruptly and dramatically over the years where it looks like somebody beat them and just kind of smashed their face and mouth readers right for and so we can go back. Let's, let's talk a little bit about this here. You have this patient that walks in, and, you know, you're noticing that from dental point of view, that there's a lot of problems with temperament of your joint, perhaps, headaches, because breathing problems, they breathe through their mouth instead of through their nose. They have problems with, with tongue thrusting and so forth, pushing teeth forward. All those things are abnormally, but now we're back in the day, you look at surgical. Intervention not necessary anymore. So let's talk about what really is. Let's talk about what happens, and then we'll kind of move through what happens with this, you pick a patient, you want to change their whole facial structure, really. And the pictures are astounding, but you're not gonna use a knife. You're gonna use an appliance. Let's what's let's talk about it. Sure, you know, one of the things we can talk about is why. These patients develop abnormal jaws, because if technically if they have no symptoms and no problems, and they're happy with their faith. There's no reason to intervene. But once we delve into these patients history starting to figure out that they have, you know, multitude of symptoms that didn't realize that it was related to a Malpass, Joel. What happens is, if you're not breathing through your nose, then you're not getting proper amount of nitric oxide, which is a signaling molecule, cardiovascular system. So you'll never have a proper amount of oxygen oxygenation of your body and forces you to have a forward head posture to try to get air in, because your jaws, shoot it, so there are many, many problems that can arise from malnutrition, JAL. So how we can fix that is using a appliance that, that we use to attach the molars and use a spring mechanism that also attached to the back of your palate and slowly signal the body to build bone and most of the bone that position is happening behind. Behind the upper, jaw molars in the veracity area, which is there between there and the thyroid plate which would only need to worry about the little details. The main thing is, is that you're getting mid face growth. You're not just getting your teeth move forward lecture the races. We're actually growing the mid part of the face. And you'll even get higher cheekbones to boot to, to add facial, beauty. And if you go to Dr doctor, Mike's webpage, which is soft touch dental care with one T, by the way, and click through, you'll see a lot of this information on there. And Dr Mike side of oakton Virginia on one Twenty-three chain bridge road. Go and check it out and go down and check out the before and after on some of these things have taken place. You know, we were talking about on the way up to the studio, the, the growth potential here, you have an adult, right. You don't expect us adult to be able to reform bone. But there's something called wolf's law that we've looked at for years, and the bone is once stresses applied, either in demand notion, shorting, it or in long Asian, if you stretch it, the bone will grow both adults and children. And but when you think of an adult bone groins, how does this happen? You know they're supposed to be breaking down in recruiting. But in fact, that's what you're getting correct. You're getting actually lung expansion of the facial bones themselves. Yes. I mean, the traditional concept for hundreds of years was that once the, the child is fully developed in their late teens that we no longer can really fix those problems without doing the surgery. But if that was the truth then. When you break a bone. In other parts of your body should not he'll, but you're actually getting more bone healing. If you're playing, or you're exercising a lot in one arm, and not the other that arm will get bigger. So they will grow till you're over one hundred told you that they, you die. So we have appliances that has been proven to be able to help growth to your genetic potential so that you can have nice corrective jaw without surgery. My guest in studio. Dr Michael Chang A Bryant. No muscular, dentist out of oakton, Virginia. We're talking about anti-growth guidance appliance. And if you look it up, beginning look, Asia, you can look f- Asia. You can are AGI there's several ways of going after this thing. And let's talk about how this all came about where was the initiation of this thing, who was the genius that, that came up with it. Well, the original concept was developed by Dr Enloe, who was not a dentist, but he's the one. One who wrote the whole book, when essentials of craniofacial growth, and, and for whatever reason, never really entered into the orthodontic community, and the and, and there was Dr MU in England back in the sixties that was known this type of orthodontics to for facial, beauty. And he realized that this was improving all these other things such as being able to breathe proper posture, and tongue posture and, and getting straighter, spine, a next net cannulation and all these benefits. So there are many guys can thank for, but but is finally starting to become more aware, although it is not widespread in the dental community yet, there's so many patients that I see that walk into our practice that have all kinds of structural aberrations, obviously. From spinal curvatures to chronic pain patterns to the inability to grow, and they shed their genetic map says they should be longer taller, better stronger. And they don't do that. And we know that we touched a little bit about the EPA genetic influences made in your environmental impact on all of these things. And there's a book that we, we mentioned and talked about people who've come from other areas of the world where you know, as adults actually, probably eighteen nineteen year old early twenties. They came to this country are one of the siblings came Wednesday there, the configuration of the face is dramatically different in the one who came to western society. Compose the ones that was there. And you had some interesting insights, which parallels a lot of things. So let's talk about that, because let's have some of these are triggering mechanisms. Why does this happen, and I want to get into that little bit more in the second half of the program. We're going to talk about the different phases of. Going through this AGA and what it means and what people can anticipate and so forth. But you know, let's walk through that, that shore talk about why do we have these problems? Why do we develop a retreated jaw in the first place? Well as an infant, we were all born to breastfeed from the mother and you should be able to suckle on the net bowl with your tone river, mouth and still be able to break through your nose. So that's training, the baby at an early age to stimulate the growth of their upper jaw. And for some reason, if they're not breastfed or, or they grew up as a little kid with their nasal passages all blocked from allergies of some sort. Now, their tongue is not in the correct position and tongue is what's needed on the palate, to stimulate the growth and the cheeks muscles, on the outside is what's going to prevent it from overgrowing. So in order for them to grow to their full genetic. Potential. The tongue must be on the roof of the mouth lips. Need to be sealed and be breathing through their nose. So if somehow genetic environmentally during growth, whether it be allergies to the air pollution or to some food, substances or any form of allergies, that prevents them from proper breathing through their nose is going to cause some malady that prevents their full genetic potential growth. That's so right on it's amazing that. As a society as we're moving forward. We're trying to detach ourselves from body with that child. Mothers wanna go back to work, so they don't breastfeed. Or are they just they're you know, they're pushed away by the Fatah breastfeeding, and the truth of it is we were designed to do that. And that was specific for a lot of reasons. One, the, the nutrition that comes from mom to the baby is so critical and bringing up the immune processes. They the stimulatory effect of the breathing mechanism in the cranial place. I'd like that. And I'll give you a little secret before we have to break years ago. We were very well aware of allow these kids in failure to thrive not going, and so forth, and they were older. They were three or four years old. We actually had them go out and buy knock, remember what those Airbus, had these older kids suck on the stupid nut. But it would change it would make a difference. A touch back on that silliness in just a second. We're coming up to break my guest in studio. Dr Michael Chung amazing brilliant neuromuscular.

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"dr mu" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"dr mu" Discussed on KFI AM 640

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"dr mu" Discussed on Working Interferences Dental Podcast for Dentists

Working Interferences Dental Podcast for Dentists

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"dr mu" Discussed on Working Interferences Dental Podcast for Dentists

"Patient and cost potential loosening of teeth possible gum tissue loss, jaw growth orthodontic suspicious. Adult patients opened up a whole new avenue for a bus remodeling development. Man. I got a I got to plead the fifth on this. I I don't know anything about this stuff. I have seen appliance where they were putting pressure like on the right behind like the incisive Pilla, and they weren't weren't putting much just kind of the bone self. So man, I don't know chef Ralph spot this in hit like airway processed onyx because I'm not I'm not this is not we talked a lot about Marquis, which is, you know, basically, just rapid Powell extension. But on dolt, if you crack open that suture, you can actually get expansion on adult. This doesn't seem like that. This seems like hey, I wanna push on this magic spot right here. Yeah. And your face is gonna grow a team to weird to me. Yeah. I think I did someone presented some like that. It was interesting. But again, I wouldn't even open the app to watch the damn movie before the. She'll be some science. What are the odds be delve into this? Super into airway stuff all over this tropics. Meet lots of lots of talk about like tongue in the roof of your mouth. This guy's like into it. Why does he want to be dietitian? Yeah. I don't know. I do not understand Joseph Greg go to dental school, man. Yeah. Take rouses course, take take the market course, take Rick robe. Lease course, take take the we'll we'll Don IX SF, OT course, take Brian Vinci on us if OT take take Colin Richmond talking about SF OT like any of those. That's you need to do. Why are you going to be a dietician who's who's MU who's Dr MU let's check this guy on Dr Michael? You know, I know most of these people orthodontist Dr Michael MU always in London. Okay. So that's maybe why we don't know about him. Yeah. We're we're Americans were pretty much self centered. We only think of ourselves and the rest of the world be damned. Yeah. Yeah. Interesting. I don't know. I just find it fascinating. This person this into. Is this or tropics and wants to be a dietitian that makes no sense to me? What are you doing? What do you do in look in the mirror did yet? Dennis Tinder, north honest, be something surgeon something Jesus sciences. My passion, man. Is this the person that this way this thing he wants to xylitol gum, right? Yeah. Yeah. Weird. That's man. Okay. That's weird one to like, you're all in north Toby shit. And then you're worried about putting Zala toll in your extra to save two six. Yeah. Wow. Okay. Well. Interesting look for our guy Joseph, Greg. Well, ok guy message Thome to to get shit together. Good luck with that. All right Lynch you thinking about a song for today. Yeah. All right. Let me hit up the the housekeeping the end, and then you can lay it on me show this with your friends pass on any demented friends of yours movie. They have weird sex dreams about you and bring it up, and you went some way to steer the conversation somewhere else. Tell them about working interferences. Rain review us anywhere. You're listening to the show, I tunes Stitcher. Spotify flicking through the pod bean..

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"dr mu" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

10:14 min | 2 years ago

"dr mu" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Listening to America's first. Eighty Australian so ago, okay. Going to graduate school. I under grad major was psychology. So I majored in psychopharmacology which in hundred seventy one is a very important coarser, very popular course back then. Headwork at night. You got to work at night and Honolulu got about two options bartending who gets the beef. So I flipped a coin. I said I'm a waiter never done that before. So get out of the hotel, which was deep robbery at the time. And I interview, and I lied, my, you know, what often interview been there done that anyone? That's great. We had a guy quit left side. Top French restaurant. You start tonight create sorry, go up. Dear put that. Bo. Diana running ram, literally telling people, did you order this. You. In training, anyway, making money got enough money to buy the car, but walks Waggin bug with a hatchback, which was great because you could drop the surfboard right in there. And I didn't I didn't serve. But if you didn't have a board. You didn't meet any women? Things were just setting up in protocol. So anyway, I'm living on my own kicking back on making my own living. I'm going to grad school, and I'm having to twenty three years old. But one night about ten minutes is six before the restaurant opened up. I'm cleaning glassware. Pouch and knives. Forks, you get anything ready and injured comes walking to the dining room. And he's got his hardware. This chain a tasting Cup and silver key that the sommelier the French guy Pierre were he goes Eddie peer just called in sick, man. He goes you got to help me out. I said to the guy don't do that to me. I drink beer. I can't do that. In a guy says is simple. Red wine is served that with me, white wine. It goes with fish anybody on offense. Go deep with Rosa backed any only rose as on the wireless for Lancers and Matoos's from Portugal anyway, that was my training program. So I went around the dining room and people would raise your hand, go serve. My wife's having Scampi. Myself. I maybe the rack of lamb, medium, rare. What would you suggest you pick up the wine the same thing before I go? Tries to one thirty one Chateau Belgrave's. It's aboard ducks, it's nice and fruity and crisp clean finish thirty five dollars. That's when you say bring it bring a Bollard work for him in the wife, they toaster glasses and she smiles back at him. And he's like seeing a smile back from his wife, so he gets five dollars. He's an excellent choice. Malir? So all of a sudden I've run around the room all night long at the end of the night. I sit down a cash out of my pocket, and I said, so my holy like, there's more money on the table by means serving wine, and I don't know anything about it. How cool is that? And then I said to myself three or four days later. But what if you did what about that? I gave it some thought. I'd like to do something. And then stopping happened one night that I'll never forget a guy was coming to Honolulu with his wife and family vacation. His name was Henry Vanderberg already vote. He owns Chateau Belgrave. And I wanted to meet the guy because I've heard I've gotta learn about wine, and you know, he's French should. But he's lives in San Francisco. So he owns Chateau Belle graph. So I put his wine and the listen I worked in a reference to Rio talion restaurant we had county. Chiaki Barbara Esco. No, no, no v growth Bordeaux's. But I put it on a wireless because he was coming in and we had a picture book. So his labeled right there. And then because during the day was running rats ran mazes measuring their behavior walk in at a restaurant at night, their direct the people come in and big rats was an extension of the laboratory so watches. That night. He was coming at eight o'clock with his family, and it's six o'clock when the doors open everybody coming in that, Dan. So we'd like to see the wine steward. I'd walk over. And I would say my wife's having a Southam Boca. What would you recommend? I said have you ever had to a bell? And the guy would say is that Italian I go. No, it's not it's French. But we're looking for some Chianti or something like that. I said we only have about seven bottles of the nineteen sixty six left. You really might want to consider that. Now bring a sample like to have a sample this. You know, I did whatever it took to tell somebody about the bell grout came. So when are we venerate walks into this Italian restaurant? There's nineteen tables with with his bible and his label aimed at him. Can you imagine what walks in he goes twilight zone? What's going on here? He said who's responsible for that the waiter goes Eddie over there? So he called me over and he said young man, why did you do that? And I wanted to get your attention. He goes you use your you got it. And he said we do sit down with me after dinner, and we'll talk to win eleven o'clock. And then I'm sitting with him talking. And after about a half an hour talk with him. He says, you know, I think you're way more interested in wine VIN psychology. If are you young man, I would go to the University School of analogy and take their D U A D exam for professional wine tasting the guy who teaches Dr MU pay. No. He's a great friend of mine. Unfortunately, they would teach it in French. So you have to learn speak French, but there's a school in university of that I can send you to and in nine months, she was speaking at so I said coach so I went there went to the school. Learn French went to the university of weirdo. Got the degree. And I thought great. While I'm over there. I had heard that there was an exam in London called the master sommelier exam. No American had ever climbed that mountain. There's only about sixteen people in the world who would ever passed it flew to Lennon took it and passed it. I think this is what is you be doing? And I love. To teach people when I came back to the United States. I did a lot of little classes and stuff like that. And then one day, I started speaking corporately or did about I took the Carnegie public. Speaking course because I was terrified I took. That course, and I felt more confident, and then I started to sell myself to audiences for five hundred bucks. And I haven't looked back since my my day rate is twenty grand you've taken this whole concept of great wines. Being the first in the United States is only a hundred and some odd right now in the country. One sixty four. Okay. So you're one of a very very small group and so forth. And yet you decided to a whole 'nother level food parents which will talk about more detail before and this whole idea power entertaining. It's really about taking this for corporations and so forth to really make themselves different set themselves apart from everybody else, and you do it through food wine. Yeah. That's precisely what I tell people. We're all trying to do business. Find more clients how you doing that? I mean, it behooves you to find. Ways to get people to like you. And maybe you do that by inviting someone out to play off. Maybe you take them through museum. Maybe you take them to a professional ball game. But that's what everybody else does. So it's not that special. How about you use hooting wine, which I consider are the international currency for connection have America's first master, someway conduct an event a luxury event, and you always people up and say we got Eddie Truman, and he's drinking demand. Flab more shade. We're doing to have a with caviar bumps and we're sending a to pick you up. Are you interested in coming to this event and people come how does New York City's got twenty five thousand restaurants? Why would why would anybody go to another restaurant again when you get all those choices why pretty much because the psalm did something to make your day. They created an experience and if they do it. Well. He'll come back. They wanna feel good again. They want to feel like number one. So I tell people you want to have a restaurant experience. It's good it. It ain't enough to have an eight o'clock reservation at the top restaurant. What what do you need to do bond with his mom, your new best friend, find the guy make friends with him? And once you get to understand who he is. Then the next time you go and do an event for six or eight people. He knows he knows everybody in your party. You're coming in at eight o'clock reservation, and you know, they're not giving that that's silly phrase. Like, you know, your tables almost ready, Mr. medi how 'bout you have a seat at the bar, and we'll let you know when it's ready. That's just a ploy to get your wallet. Ding you for a drink. Then they're gonna try to sell you an Intermezzo that's a mouth that's a pallet cleanser sorbet infused with vodka. What a silly ass thing. That is. I mean, that's of course, I went to a professional white in school. You're pellet doesn't get dirty. They don't need any cleaning. That's another walk cleaner. So I'm the kind of guy. Comes in salad. Here's a here's our salad courses. We have the nine signature salads. I'm going to pass on a salad. You tell food and beverage director. You're gonna pass on the salad course, a mile case of diarrhea starts up because we make them for fifty cents and sell for ten dollars. You gotta have what salad. Have six dollars shrimps. Okay. And anybody listening to this? You gotta be thinking. That's not what I have in mind. When I thought of sommelier, we think if somebody stuffy Sebastian Cabot type of what you really combined all this knowledge with really kind of the psychology and helping people it sounds like a big part of what you sell is. Also, having a great time. Yeah. It's all about creating an experience. I mean, it's not about what everybody else says, which you're competing is bringing people up to altitude with alcohol and stuff even with a lot of food boozing, and schmoozing we call it so old world, you gotta do it. You got to create something that people leave feeling like I can't wait to throw a party or entertained, some people because I've just learned a whole bunch of new skills on how to do it. You will hear more from Eddie, Australian master sommelier and author of power entertaining in just a moment. You're listening to biggest never sleeps with Stephen coast to coast on the biz talk radio network..

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Cedars-Sinai Researchers Develop Drug to Combat Pancreatic Cancer

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00:46 sec | 2 years ago

Cedars-Sinai Researchers Develop Drug to Combat Pancreatic Cancer

"Researchers at cedars Sinai have. Made a major breakthrough in fighting one of the most deadly forms of cancer. Pancreatic cancer is the third leading cause of cancer related death in the United States lead researcher, Dr MU out at our Cowie explains. How the drug called meta Vert works. It targets to important mechanisms that mediate resistance to chemotherapy and mediate spreading the cancer, two important effects defending the spreading of TV's to other organs number two is making the cancer cells less resistant to therapies this year about fifty five thousand Americans will be diagnosed with pancreatic cancer and more than forty four thousand will die. So far metaverse has worked in laboratory mice the research team now hopes to get approval to begin testing in humans sometime

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"dr mu" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"dr mu" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Three fifty three San Francisco officials have shut down the city transit hub because of a potential structural problem. They've Saudi cost two point two billion dollars to construct an open to August and CBS's Doug sovereign has more on its emergency closure. It's a crack Emma support beam structural beam that supports the third floor bus. Dhec appears to be significant and serious, and they say out of an abundance of caution. They've decided to clear everyone out and shut down the terminal. So you've got a lot of people trying to get the. Who are now having to walk away. And don't understand why they've also closed down the main route to the bay bridge because it goes right by the terminal in worst case scenario, if something were to collapse, they don't want any cars, they're coined the Grand Central of the west. The Salesforce transit center opened in August near the heart of downtown. After nearly a decade of construction. It was expected to accommodate one hundred thousand passengers each weekday up to forty five million people a year, researchers at Cedars-Sinai have made a major breakthrough in finding one of the most deadly forms of cancer. Pancreatic cancer is the third leading cause of cancer related death in the United States lead researcher, Dr MU out at her collie explains how the drug called meta Vert works. It targets to important mechanisms that mediate resistance to chemotherapy and mediate spreading of the cancer too important effects. Defending the spreading of the disease to other organs number two is making the cancer cells resistant to chemotherapy this year about fifty five thousand Americans will be diagnosed with pancreatic cancer and more than forty four thousand will die. So far metaverse has worked in laboratory mice the research team now hopes to get approval to begin testing in humans sometime next year. Chris Edens KNX ten seventy NewsRadio award nominee Will Smith took a big leap face for his fiftieth birthday, actor and rapper. Bungee jump from a helicopter over the Grand Canyon. And it was broadcast live on his YouTube channel. These. Territory. Absolute bliss top of the hour. More on Brad Kavanagh more on Bill Cosby coming up at four o'clock right now. It's three fifty five. Traffic.

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"dr mu" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"dr mu" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Depend on us. What fifty to San Francisco officials have shut down the city do transit hub because of a potential structural problem? The new facility cost two point two billion dollars to construct did August and CBS has Doug sovereign has more on its emergency closure crack in a support beam of structural beam. That supports the third floor bus deck appears to be and serious and may say out of an abundance of caution. They've decided to clear everyone out and shut down the terminal. So you've got a lot of people trying to get the buses who are now having to walk away. And don't understand why they've also closed down the main route to the bay bridge because it goes right by the terminal worst case scenario, if something were to collapse, they don't want any cars there Koi. The Grand Central the west. The Salesforce transit center opened in August. Dear the heart of downtown only a decade of construction. It was expected to accommodate a hundred thousand passengers each weekday and up to forty five billion people a year, researchers at cedars Sinai. I have made a major breakthrough in fighting one of the most deadly. Forms of cancer. Pancreatic cancer is the third leading cause of cancer related death in the United States lead researcher, Dr MU out at her Callie explains how the drug called meta Vert works targets to important mechanisms that mediate resistance to chemotherapy and mediates trading off the Kansas two important effects defending the spreading of the disease to other organs number two is making cancer cells less resistant to chemotherapy this year about fifty five thousand Americans will.

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"dr mu" Discussed on What Really Happened?

What Really Happened?

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"dr mu" Discussed on What Really Happened?

"Why is Djaama's publication of big deal with that article came out the news media picked up on it, and we're talking about how this one, the biggest, not. Ical journals in the world had this article. That was quite pro- that there was some type of attack happening when in fact, the accompanying commentary in aditorial beat the hell out of the article. They were extremely skeptical and critical much more so than you would see in most articles. So I think what's happened is I give them credit for publishing it because it's a, it's an important story. It's an important study, but their study was flawed. And in many, many ways. Dr Bartholomew is referring to a job at a to'real which was published along with the study. He says, while the other to'real provided much more context, it wasn't talked about nearly as much the editorial points out how the doctors had limited information to work off of the average patient had been evaluated two hundred and three days. After I feeling sick. So it's hard to believe that they hadn't been aware of what others were saying. Now only this, but there wasn't information about the patient's health before coming to Cuba. You see the point. There's just a lot of guessing here, not ideal in medicine or science. I asked Dr Smith at the university of Pennsylvania to come on the show. He was the one that conducted the study along with his colleagues. He agreed to come on and then ended up canceling on the day of and after reaching out twice. I haven't heard back. I did try to get his point of view. I was able to speak with the writer of that Jami editorial Dr. Christopher move. He pointed out that he did believe overall. It was fair. I think the editors, you know, in the in the main paper and in working on the to'real we're trying to make sure that they both were balanced. And you know, just presented the data as they were and also highlighted delimitation. He explained why this study was so. Difficult reinforcing the limitations we'd like to have patients take the cognitive tests at baseline, for example, before whatever happened to them, and then then they can repeat the tests later after the after they develop these symptoms. And if they showed, you know, objective declines in their scores than that really helps us understand more Dr. Moosa also talks about how ideally the investigators would be blinded. Usually we like to have a control group so you can compare people who are complaining of symptoms. You can, you know, compare their findings to people who don't have any symptoms. And again, the this case series didn't have a control group, but that's more difficult. It's more difficult to have control group just because of the nature of the study. My main takeaway in all of this is that the politics of the situation is muddying the waters and despite Dr MU and the job. Aditorial providing great context. The published medical journal also confused many, nothing is particularly clear. It's kind of a perfect storm as you can probably tell on weaving back and forth between what the heck is even causing the sickness. But then also who is causing a retorting about a grocery store in Cuba or bad drinking water or country with bad intentions. Well, one item did come up in my research ahead. It circled on a sticky note to the side and just never really got to, but an I'm looking at it here. I wrote in the first few days of December twenty. Sixteen again, December twenty, sixteen Russia and Cuba signed an agreement to respond to modern challenges to ensure total security of Cuba. Russia's deputy prime minister Dmitry Rogozin said that Cuba was to be given general guidelines, which would help modernize and. Refit, its equipment, Russia providing a Queant to ensure total security of Cuba and doing so two months after Trump is elected, maybe I glossed over this because I felt like I could go down a conspiracy theory rabbit hole and end up jumping all sorts of conclusions would I have started to do more.

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"dr mu" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"dr mu" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Fifty three San Francisco officials have shut down the city's new transit hub because of a potential structural problem. The new facility cost two point two billion dollars to construct open. At august. CBS's? Doug, sovereign has more on the emergency closure. A crack in a support beam structural beam that supports the third floor bus deck, it appears to be significant and serious, and they say out of an abundance of caution. They've decided to clear everyone out and shut down the terminal. So we've got a lot of people trying to get the buses who are now having to walk farther away. And don't understand why they've also closed down the main route to the bay bridge because it goes right by the terminal in worst case scenario, if something were to collapse, they don't want any cars there coined the Grand Central of the west the sales. First transit center opened in August near the heart of downtown. After nearly a decade of construction. It was expected to accommodate one hundred thousand passengers each weekday and up to forty five million people a year, researchers at cedars have made a major breakthrough in fighting. One of the most deadly forms of cancer. Pancreatic cancer is the third leading cause of cancer related death in the United States lead researcher, Dr MU out at her colleague explains how the drug called meta Vert works. It targets to important mechanisms that mediate existence to chemotherapy and mediates spreading the cancer stuff. Too important effects defending the spreading of the disease to other organs number two. He's making the cancer cells resistant to chemotherapy this year about fifty five thousand Americans will be diagnosed with pancreatic cancer and more than forty four thousand will die. So far metaverse has worked in laboratory mice the research team now hopes to get approval to begin testing in humans sometime next year. Chris Edens, KNX ten seventy NewsRadio. The.

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"dr mu" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"dr mu" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"The researchers say they've. Taken samples from the noses of surfers at fifteen different beaches from Malibu to San Diego and found surprising levels of the drug resistant bacteria, Mercer we're interested in the relationship between environmental levels of these emerging contaminants and the human microbiome and servers are great population. Just study UCLA professor Jennifer j is leading the study and says they chose surfers because they go into the ocean. Whether the water quality is good or bad ride. The surfers are such a good population study because we can measure them before they get exposed. And then Oscar we can see a difference. Researchers have started a crowd funding effort to expand their study to find out what's contaminating the ocean with Mersa Karen Adams, Canucks, ten seventy NewsRadio. Researchers at Cedars-Sinai Sinai have made a major breakthrough and fighting one of the most deadly forms of cancer. Pancreatic cancer is the third leading cause of cancer related death in the United States lead researcher, Dr MU out at her colleague explains how the drug called meta Vert works targets to impart. Mechanisms that mediate resistance to chemotherapy and mediates spreading off the Kansas to important effects defending the spreading of the disease to other organs, number two. He's making the cancer cells. Less resistant to chemotherapy this year about fifty five thousand Americans will be diagnosed with pancreatic cancer and more than forty four thousand will die so far met avert has worked in laboratory mice the research team now hopes to get approval to begin testing in humans sometime next year. Chris Edens, KNX ten seventy NewsRadio we've been dealing with some issues in cast some roadwork southbound five that and more in traffic coming your way into buttocks. It's nine forty. Here's a program from.

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New drug supercharges pancreatic cancer treatments

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00:47 sec | 2 years ago

New drug supercharges pancreatic cancer treatments

"Researchers at Cedars-Sinai Sinai have made a major breakthrough and fighting one of the most deadly forms of cancer. Pancreatic cancer is the third leading cause of cancer related death in the United States lead researcher, Dr MU out at her colleague explains how the drug called meta Vert works targets to impart. Mechanisms that mediate resistance to chemotherapy and mediates spreading off the Kansas to important effects defending the spreading of the disease to other organs, number two. He's making the cancer cells. Less resistant to chemotherapy this year about fifty five thousand Americans will be diagnosed with pancreatic cancer and more than forty four thousand will die so far met avert has worked in laboratory mice the research team now hopes to get approval to begin testing in humans sometime next

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"dr mu" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"dr mu" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"It's six seventeen researchers at UCLA are using surfers at southern California beaches to find out if the ocean is exposing them to superbugs it's called the surface resistance project. The researchers say they've taken samples from the noses of surfers at fifteen different beaches from Malibu to San Diego and found surprising levels of the drug resistant bacteria, Mercer we're interested in the relationship between environmental levels of these emerging contaminants and the human microbiome and servers are greater population. Just study UCLA professor Jennifer j is leading the study and says they chose surfers because they go into the ocean. Whether the water quality is good or bad ride. The surfers are such a good population study because we can measure them before they get exposed. And then after we can see a difference. Researchers have. Started a crowd funding effort to expand their study to find out what's contaminating the ocean with Mersa. Karen Adams, Canucks, ten seventy NewsRadio in San Francisco. Officials have shut down the city's new transit hub because of a potential structural problem. The new facility cost two point two billion dollars to build it opened. Just in August last month KCBS radios, Doug, sovereign has more on this emergency closure crack in a support beam a structural beam that supports the third floor bus deck appears to be significant and serious, and they say out of an abundance of caution. They've decided to clear everyone out and shut down the terminal. So you've got a lot of people trying to get the buses who are now having to walk away. And don't understand why they've also closed down the main route to the bay bridge because it goes right by the terminal in worst case scenario, if something were to collapse, they don't want any cars there coined the Grand Central the west. The Salesforce transit center opened again in August near the heart downtown they built it for ten years expected to accommodate one hundred thousand passengers each weekday after. Forty five million people a year. And as Doug was saying a gridlock in the city tonight. Because of this a California Senator has been reprimanded for threatening. To slap a lobbyist at a restaurant near the capital and rubbing her shoulders. The Senate released findings today of the outside investigation. Into Republican Senator Joel Anderson behavior the incident took place in August. Senate president pro tem Toni Atkins told Anderson his behavior was completely unacceptable in a letter. Lawyers say Anderson told the lobbyist he oughta slapper lobbyists. Stephanie Roberson Roberson was could not be reached for comment. Researchers at cedar Sinai have made a major breakthrough in fighting one of the most deadly forms of cancer. Pancreatic cancer is the third leading cause of cancer related death in the United States lead researcher, Dr MU out at her collie explains how the drug called meta Vert works. It targets to important mechanisms that mediate resistance to chemotherapy and mediates trading off the campus of two important effects. The vending. Spreading of.

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