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The origins of the antiviral drug Remdesivir

Second Opinion

04:45 min | 3 months ago

The origins of the antiviral drug Remdesivir

"Vaccines and medications will be the ultimate weapon used to beat Kovic. Nineteen and there's a giant race to develop the first medications vaccine driven both by Prophet and prestige. The potential market is enormous. This week we learned about the limited effectiveness of a drug called rim disappear made by Gilead Sciences but the story of that drugs development is far more interesting than was reported. The story starts with a universally fatal illness in cats called Feline infectious peritonitis or F-. Ip this nasty disease is caused by a corona virus and is surprisingly common in cats. Who spent a lot of time in shelters or rescue facilities? Dr Neal Peterson is a distinguished professor of veterinary medicine at UC Davis and has spent his professional career beginning in one thousand nine hundred sixty four studying corona viruses in animals particularly in the cat. He tried for years to develop a vaccine for F. I. P. Vaccines have never been highly effective against corona viruses. So this is something that the human Researchers Heaven appreciated. They haven't taken seriously so without a vaccine. That left only the option of medication. Dr Peterson worked collaboratively with Gilead Sciences. To look at their existing compounds for chemicals that might help with F. I. B. and we found two drugs that were highly effective against F- IP virus in tissue culture and a second drug was called rim disappear. This is the drug that this week. Dr Vouch e touted as being a benefit to people infected with Kovin we have had our little pandemic. That's been going on for years and we've been treating patients with basically the same drug having high success rate and nobody has even mentioned that it exists. No one paid any attention to the veterinarian who had great experience with Corona Viruses. Gilead refused to allow him de severe to be made for cats because there was very little money in it gilead was waiting for something really big that could result in treatment for humans and generate significant money. They tested the drug as a treatment for Ebola but it failed so they waited. According to Peterson Gilead was afraid if the drug was approved for and it showed some side effects it could prevent future approval for humans and squelched their chance of making hundreds of millions of dollars so rendez severe sat on the shelf and could not be used for cats with F. I. P. But enter the Chinese who also had a growing problem with F. I. P. in their own cats they saw the potential of the drug rendez severe for cats and they began to produce it themselves and interestingly the scented covertly to pet owners here in the United States but then came cove and the Chinese saw the drugs potential for treating corona viruses in humans and perhaps the rest is now history with the recent trials showing it is moderately successful in treating Cova nineteen and Gilead stocks. Shooting up of course one lesson that might go. Unnoticed are the important gems that lurk in the world of animal science. They had evidence from the TAT. But you see nobody ever uses that. Nobody references those papers from the medical side. They all talk about some experimental bow. Study or some primate infection study but they never mentioned the cat. Human medicine is often unaware of what's happening in animal health. As we now rushed to find a vaccine for cove there are also important lessons. We risk missing. You realize that we've been vaccinating krona viruses in cats and in poultry and swine and even some of the other species for decades. We know all the weaknesses and strengths of vaccines. We've studied Corona virus infection and pathogenesis in detail. Do you ever see anything in the literature? Saying hey the poultry. Industry has been vaccinating for infections bronchitis for decades. They never mentioned any of that stuff. Perhaps this speaks to the enormous importance of the concept of one health. That is the interdependence of all living things.

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Hub community in Alaska prepares for COVID-19. Some Montana tribes report first cases of COVID-19. Oglala Sioux Tribe issues 14-day lockdown order.

Native America Calling

03:59 min | 4 months ago

Hub community in Alaska prepares for COVID-19. Some Montana tribes report first cases of COVID-19. Oglala Sioux Tribe issues 14-day lockdown order.

"The National Native News Antonio Gonzalez nome Alaska serves as the hub community for the native villages in the Bering Strait region. That means that most people are reliant on travel to nome for essential medical services now most of those communities have passed self quarantine requirements for anyone entering their villages to prevent the spread of Cove in Nineteen K N. Oem's Emily hoffstetter reports the local hospital nor in Sound Health Corporation is setting up living units in nome to help patients in need of a temporary place to quarantine. Most villages have some type of wording in their local travel ordinances that allow for patients to leave and reenter for medical assistance providing that they undergo self quarantine with a return home but in western Alaska residents are also faced with overcrowded housing produced flight schedules out to the villages and as always the potential for weather delays. This means that during this pandemic there are likely to be people stuck in nome in need of a place to serve their quarantine and SHC medical director. Dr Mark Peterson says that Norton sound is preparing living units all throughout gnome to help medical travelers undergo that process safely. These units are in a variety of locations. Some of them are very close to the hospital so we can access them very quickly and easily with staff and some are located in other parts of the community but they'll all be very comfortable unit of that bedroom bathroom and other Amenities Peterson says an. Shc has one hundred and fifty living units prepared for patients in nome. Some of those are currently vacant apartments and even potentially hotel rooms that are currently closed by city Mandate Norton Sound region has not yet had confirmed case. Ecofin nineteen appears and says that if and when that happens the quarantine units are meant to be turned into full isolation units right now and SHC only has seen it's available in nome. Dr Peterson explains that the hospital is also working with the local. Tribal Consortium to identify spaces in each of the Bering Strait communities that could be used as quarantine or isolation units locally. We also know that we have schools available. Should we need that so just like in nome were getting isolation and quarantine units all on a master plan? We're doing the same villages as well so as soon as they're needed we'll know where patients can go if they can't stay home performing in nome. I'm Emily Hoffstetter. The Crow tribe of Indians in Montana confirmed its first cove in nineteen case last week. According to a press release the individual who tested positive is in self isolation the tribe has extended a stay at home order through April thirtieth and the four-pack tribes in Montana last week notified residents of two cases within the boundaries of the reservation to healthcare employees tested. Positive according to a post on the four-pack Ascena Boyne ensue. Cova nineteen information. Facebook page tribal officials are asking residents to comply by the tribes shelter in place. Order the Oglala Sioux tribe in South Dakota has issued a new lockdown order. The tribe ordered a lockdown last week after the first case of covert nineteen on. The reservation was confirmed. A non tribal citizen who traveled to California and return to the reservation tested positive. The initial lockdown was lifted Friday so residents on the reservation could get food and other essential items on Saturday a mandatory fourteen day lockdown order the Pine Ridge reservation was issued a curfew. An shelter in place will be enforced as well as border monitoring a homeless shelter has been established on the reservation for people who have nowhere else to shelter at this time. Tribal officials and members of the treble cove in Nineteen Task Force are updating residents on the radio and on social media. I'm Antonio Gonzalez.

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"dr peterson" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

16:13 min | 5 months ago

"dr peterson" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Dr Peterson before we go to the phone lines and they're filling up pretty fast here I wanted to ask one question and get it in before I forget about it can this virus come back I've seen projections if all goes well it goes away in four to six weeks essentially and then testing can proceed and we can isolate people who are infected but also projections that it comes back in the winter time even worse is that just guess work or does it is there precedent for that well my guess would be that it then you will go away if you will that will be somewhat similar to this sars coronavirus and then unlike influenza it is you know it comes every year if him why is central is securing and birds or birds are very important and in the wild chapter and they and they keep manufacturing new screens we have to deal with so the vaccine has to change every year so influenza is unique in that regard so my guess would be and this will be more similar to sars and had nothing like influenza and one sure it's for those that are immune and from natural infection and him our hope is that the vaccine will be coming not too far down the part that says he will be a boon and then they will not get infected again should this virus stay around you know it's interesting we mentioned earlier Zico virus his his you would recall this was a big scare and two three years ago throughout mainly Latin America and we were very worried and Maine the states who would spread up the coast and throughout the United States and it didn't happen read pandemic cooked out here and it's not gone but said it's the poorer less pooped out now why isn't sorry I don't understand it personally see things happen that we don't really understand well the ball a example that you have in your book which by the way microbes the life changing story of germs by Philip K. Peterson great book a good read you don't have to be a physician or scientist understand it the kind of thing that maybe people should have at home because this is going to happen again it's a great reference book in a lot of just common sense information in there but he boleh you have go into great detail on the below which it looked like that was gone and then it came back yes that's right yeah people there is yeah well it's one of the viruses that elicits great panic and it's because of mortality is up around fifty percent and if Goldberg which had emerged as one of the emerging and pathogens and I mentioned it emerged and had the democratic Democratic Republic of Congo formerly Zaire and they've had now ten different outbreaks one that just ended March fourth the last case of math help break so they've continued to have the host breaks in that country and then there was the west African Ebola and outbreak which was a huge worries killed a lot of people and but that's pretty much died out and the good news there is a developed a vaccine unbelievable the science is gone and then developed a vaccine that has turned out to be quite useful in the Democratic Republic of Congo in this most recent outbreak as for the backseat on corona virus we've seen gases yeah it's really close it's months away a year away I mean is there any way to really accurately guess on that a U. K. well no I guess in person that has the best estimate would be Tony Fauci at the NIH the card said the NIH national institutes of health he is second to none in the world terms of really first rate science here and there and so he could he would know he would give the best estimate there are several companies that are Hey you haven't have developed and I believe it's actually even entering clinical trials so and I think the suggestion of most of the experts is it'll be in about a year away but Hey it may be surprising it may come much faster and I wouldn't have guessed that they would have before thanks in that quickly so it was incredible in that case the company Merck stepped up to the plate and they they didn't say even though there's no money in a bowl of virus vaccine and he did the job so and we could be surprised how quickly this comes soon enough or whatever yeah that's what I'm wondering is that so do it you know you mentioned yourself about the reluctance on a segment of the population to any vaccines they're suspicious of them it's caused problems for measles and other diseases that we thought were gone are coming back because people don't wanna hear suspicious of government what about with this one now does it you have to vaccinate just the people who have test positive for everyone well you were dead right now right now the court's critters is almost nobody's had the infection in this country so everybody would be eligible for the vaccine and if it's an unlimited supply which would be of course initially you may want to take and use use and high risk people his first that would be the elderly but then it would be available hopefully for everybody there for people that are so called anti vaxxers it for whatever the reasons that I can understand and are against it yeah and hopefully it's on like this virus is unlike hopefully measles virus were we need ninety five percent of the community immune to keep that virus in check and hopefully that wouldn't be the case with this coronavirus yeah because we're not going to get ninety five percent of the public here to take a vaccine I will go west of the Rockies Margot in palm springs high Margo you're on with doctor Peterson hi thank you for taking my call I have a a story like to share the screen and asked me if I had a question at the time I said no but while I was on hold I thought of one so okay region okay they asked the question as well sure go ahead okay well the first part of my there is a short story about my great grandmother she was kind of a mystery woman nobody knew anything much about her as my mother and my aunts all left the area when they were very little but the thing that they remembered about my great grandmother was that she was mean and them being little kids I don't think they thought of it but I think she was mean because five of her nine children have died from the influenza and then my question is I've only been out a couple of times but I went to the grocery store an electronics store and they were going out of their way to clean everything this the counters if somebody touched counter they ran over and and clean the counter and they were wiping down the handles at the grocery store and this sort of thing and I'm thinking that possibly them taking extra precautions in regard to cleanliness that other illnesses will be minimized so Dr Peterson what do you take what do you make of the efforts just to clean things off and be careful about keeping surfaces clean and disinfected all right well you you raised two very interesting questions and pointed points number one getting back to your great grandmother and we have been very fortunate in our lifetimes and we haven't seen these huge hits if you will of our population due to infections and most people wouldn't realize the smallpox virus which happens to be the only hand requires her only infectious agent which is eliminated from the world from a buy vaccines that fighters killed more people in the twentieth century twentieth century the last case nineteen sixty seven then all deaths from influenza HIV aids and TB combined so there was a virus it was just incredible and and you're right people lost their children it was very common and that's why we have a lot of children because they were gonna be likely to lose their children and many of them because of the Texas occasions now here your point about yeah hi Jim is a very good one and then we touch on a little bit with with George and that is that there has been what's called the hygiene hypothesis that that is popped up in about the last thirty or forty years with more and more evidence and that it may be true and then the hypothesis is that claiming this isn't all is next to godliness it is yeah you have to be exposed to a certain number of germs microbes early in your life to develop and commune system and it's there that's going to be able to take care of certain agents and diseases and their hygiene I processes and it looks like it's very relevant to diseases like asthma and allergies their children that are brought up in environments that are super clean have less risk and so as we were talking earlier in the show and germs and by far away either not harmful or helpful so if it's clear you can do too much in terms of cleanliness the trouble is and who can sort that out it's very complicated and it right now washing your hands earthly and cleaning services is clearly very important dealing with this pandemic of covert nineteen I'm Margot thanks for the call east of the Rockies Carl in Wichita falls hi Carl good morning thanks for taking my call a doctor Pearson I like to know if you can speak to the three molecule in nature it's called ozone it was off the ground we can concentrate ozone without oxygen generate reverse oxygen pumps and concentrate that ozone inject that into our water purification system which would give us three or four times more of oxidizing agent to kill this box and I like to know if he can probably speak a little bit to that and why we really can't depend on just waiting for vaccines and economy to tank and but you know I know UV ultraviolet radiation what's sterilized right and keep it from reproducing but you know once the genie is out of the bottle and it's very good questions for violates his you pointed out this is extremely good isn't killing organisms across the board and he has a relatively minimal use it has had some use in the context of TV for violate preventing her killing the tubercle bacillus and we wouldn't have any role in this pandemic that we're talking about covert nineteen it's interesting question and him and I don't have any data one or the other but I suspect it could will would inactivate the virus and those whose own I don't know anything about its him Michael Seidel properties but and I think your point though is an important one we we have to be thinking broadly about and other approaches while we wait hopefully through this vaccine to come along thanks Carl let me ask you this doctor Peterson where are you on vitamins for example vitamin C. there are studies on both sides of it I've read some pretty good ones that say that there are benefits and that it helps in general have vitamin C. and protecting and boosting your immune system do you where do you fall on that one well my my view is she has changed over time and I was first very much in internet sleuths by Linus Pauling you remember this brilliant Nobel Prize winners to price with prices and he had promoted the idea that vitamin C. yeah it is very beneficial and has treatment of the common cold and all kinds of infectious agents and he made the point in this works it it by the time you do good studies randomized clinical trials in vitamin C. had to prove this he'd be dead so he suggested taken well it was pretty sound reasoning but then there were studies done and most importantly studies in the UK had their command national call center in his Salisbury England and they tested this vitamin C. benefits in the common cold and it turned out it was of no benefit that is no better than the placebo so here based on the evidence and science at this point in time Hey I don't think it can be recommended as his treatment and vitamins in general he's turned out to be a lot more disappointing that we'd like them to be you know vitamin D. I I know someone in my family that gets vitamin D. by prescription yeah yeah I think height does presumably I don't believe that's another one it's a you know I thought the two studies that were done to look at it would turn out to be positive and there have been a lot of trials with vitamin D. is now in a in a number of illnesses and diseases and sadly at least as I've read the literature and there's no good evidence that vitamin D. supplements in general are are worthwhile now we need vitamin D. you're going to get rid of him trouble is you don't take vitamin D. but yeah supplements there's no evidence that it is of any benefit that I'm aware of and in the context of an infectious disease for example and the studies are done that look at it for TV and made a lot of sense because vitamin D. turns out to be and the immune stimulator and then I thought those studies would turn out to be positive the vitamin D. would actually be helpful in the treatment of tuberculosis what is sadly the evidence is that it doesn't seem like it's of any benefit great what about Scooby what about vitamin C..

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"dr peterson" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

13:14 min | 5 months ago

"dr peterson" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Dr Peterson before we go to the phone lines and they're filling up pretty fast here I wanted to ask one question and get it in before I forget about it can this virus come back I've seen projections if all goes well it goes away in four to six weeks essentially and then testing can proceed and we can isolate people who are infected but also projections that it comes back in the winter time even worse is that just guess work or does it is there precedent for that well my guess would be that it then you will go away if you will that it'll be somewhat similar to this sars coronavirus and data unlike influenza as you know it comes every year and why is that well it is securing in birds or birds are very important and in the wild chapter and they and they keep manufacturing new strains we have to deal with so the vaccine has to change every year so influenza is unique in that regard so my guess would be and this will be more similar to sars and had nothing like influenza and one sure it's for those that are immune have from natural infection and in our hope is that the vaccine will be coming not too far down the pike pike that said he will be a boon and then they will not get infected again should this virus stay around you know it's interesting we mentioned earlier Zico virus his his you would recall this was a big scare and two three years ago throughout mainly Latin America and we were very worried and I in the states who would spread up the coast and throughout the United States and it didn't happen read pandemic pooped out here and it's not gone but said it's borderless pooped out now why is that sorry I don't understand it personally well see things happen that we don't really understand well be a bola example that you have in your book which by the way microbes the life changing story of germs by Philip K. Peterson great book a good read you don't have to be a physician or scientist understand it the kind of thing that maybe people should have at home because this is going to happen again it's a great reference book and a lot of just common sense information in there but he boleh you have go into great detail on the below which it looked like that was gone and then it came back yes that's right yeah people there is a well it's one of the viruses that elicits great panic and it's because of mortality is up around fifty percent and if Goldberg which share and emerged as one of the emerging and pathogens and I mentioned it emerged and had the democratic Democratic Republic of Congo formerly Zaire and they've had now ten different outbreaks one that just ended at March fourth of last case in that outbreak so they've continued to have hope breaks in that country and then there was the west African Ebola and outbreak which was a huge worry killed a lot of people and but that's pretty much died out and the good news there is a developed a vaccine it's on believable the science is gone and then developed a vaccine that has turned out to be quite useful in the Democratic Republic of Congo in this most recent outbreak espera da baxeen on corona virus we've seen gases yeah it's really close it's months away a year away I mean is there any way to really accurately guess on that a U. K. well no I guess it has the best estimate would be Tony Fauci hit the N. I. H. the card says the NIH national institutes of health is second to none in the world terms of really first rate science here and there and so he could he would know he would give the best estimate there are several companies that are Hey you haven't have developed and I believe it's actually even entering clinical trials so and I think the suggestion of most of the experts is it'll be in about a year away but Hey it may be surprising it may come much faster and I wouldn't have guessed that they would look at a bowler fixing that quickly so it was incredible in that case the company Merck stepped up to the plate and they they didn't even though there's no money in a bowl of virus vaccine and who the do the job so and we could be surprised how quickly this comes soon enough or whatever yeah that's what I'm wondering is that so do it you know you mentioned yourself about the reluctance on a segment of the population to any vaccines they're suspicious of them that's cause problems for measles and other diseases that we thought were gone are coming back because people don't wanna hear suspicious of government what about with this when does it you have to vaccinate just the people who have test positive for everyone well you would be a great right now the court's good news is almost nobody's had the infection in this country so everybody would be eligible for the vaccine and if it's an unlimited supply which would be of course initially you may want to take and use use in high risk people have first that would be the elderly but then it would be available hopefully for everybody there for people who are so called anti vaxxers it for whatever the reasons that I can understand and are against it yeah and hopefully it's on like this virus is unlike hopefully measles virus were we need ninety five percent of the community immune to keep that virus in check and hopefully that wouldn't be the case with this coronavirus yeah because we're not going to get ninety five percent of the public here to take a vaccine I will go west of the Rockies Margot in palm springs high Margo you're on with doctor Peterson hi thank you for taking my call I have a a story like to share the screen and asked me if I had a question at the time I said no but while I was on hold I thought of one so are retail okay to ask the question as well sure go ahead okay well the first part of my there is a short story about my great grandmother she was kind of a mystery woman nobody knew anything much about her as my mother and my aunts all left the area when they were very little but the thing that they remembered about my great grandmother was that she was mean and them being little kids I don't think they thought of it but I think she was mean because five of her nine children have died from the influenza and then my question is I've only been out a couple of times but I went to the grocery store an electronics store and they were going out of their way to clean everything this the counters if somebody touched counter they ran over and and clean the counter and they were wiping down the handles at the grocery store and this sort of thing and I'm thinking that possibly them taking extra precaution in regard to cleanliness that other illnesses will be minimized so Dr Peterson what what do you take what do you make of the efforts just to clean things off and be careful about keeping surfaces clean and disinfected all right well you you raised two very interesting questions appointment points number one getting back to your great grandmother and we have been very fortunate in our lifetimes and we haven't seen these huge hits if you will of our population due to infections yeah most people wouldn't realize the smallpox virus which happens to be the only head virus or only infectious agent which is eliminated from the world from a prior vaccine that virus killed more people in the twentieth century twentieth century the last case nineteen sixty seven then all deaths from influenza HIV aids and TB combined so there was a virus that was just incredible and and you're right people lost their children it was very common and that's why we had a lot of children because they were gonna be likely to lose their children and many of them because of the Texas occasions now here your point about hygiene is a very good one and then we touch on a little bit with with George and that is that there has been what's called the hygiene hypothesis that is propped up in about the last thirty or forty years with more and more evidence that it may be true and then the hypothesis is that claiming this isn't all is next to godliness it is yeah you have to be exposed to a certain number of germs microbes early in your life to develop and implement system and it's there that's going to be able to take care of certain agents and diseases and their hygiene hypothesis and it looks like it's very relevant to diseases like asthma and allergies their children that are brought up in environments that are super clean have less risk and so as we were talking earlier in the show and germs and by far away either not harmful or helpful so yeah it's it's clear you can do too much in terms of cleanliness the trouble is and who can sort that out it's very complicated and it right now washing your hands carefully and cleaning services it's clearly very important dealing with this pandemic of covert nineteen I'm Margot thanks for the call east of the Rockies Carl in Wichita falls hi Carl good morning thanks for taking my call a doctor Pearson I like to know if you can speak to the three molecule in nature it's called them and off the ground we can concentrate ozone without oxygen generate reverse oxygen pumps and concentrate that ozone and inject that into our water purification system which would give us three or four times more of oxidizing agent to kill the box right now he can probably speak a little bit to that and why we really can't depend on just waiting for vaccines in the economy to tank and but you know I know UV ultraviolet radiation with sterilized right and keep it from reproducing but you know once the genie is out of the bottle and it's a very good question the ultraviolet light is you pointed out this is extremely good isn't killing organisms across the board and it said it relatively and then I will use it has had some use in the context of T. B. O. for violate preventing her killing the tubercle bacillus and we wouldn't have any role here this pandemic that we're talking about cold with nineteen that's a interesting question and and and I don't have any data one way or the other but I suspect it could will would inactivate the virus and whose own I don't know anything about its him Michael Seidel properties but I think your point though is an important one week we have to be thinking broadly about and other approaches while we wait hopefully through this vaccine to come along X. Carl let me ask you this doctor Peterson where are you on vitamins for example vitamin C..

Dr Peterson
"dr peterson" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

16:12 min | 5 months ago

"dr peterson" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Dr Peterson before we go to the phone lines and they're filling up pretty fast here I wanted to ask one question and get it in before I forget about it can this virus come back I've seen projections if all goes well it goes away in four to six weeks essentially and then testing can proceed and we can isolate people who are infected but also projections that it comes back in the winter time even worse is that just guess work or does it is there precedent for that well my guess would be that it then you will go away if you will that will be somewhat similar to this sars coronavirus and data unlike influenza it is you know it comes every year and why is that well it is scary didn't birds or birds are very important and in the wild sector and they and they keep manufacturing new strains we have to deal with so the vaccine has to change every year so influenza is unique in that regard so my guess would be and this will be more similar to sars and had nothing like influences and one sure it's for those that are immune from natural infections and in our hope is that the vaccine will be coming not too far down the pike pike that said he will be a boon and then they will not get infected again should this virus stay around you know it's interesting we mentioned earlier Zico virus his his you would recall this was a big scare and it took three years ago thought mainly Latin America and we were very worried and I in the states who would spread up the coast and throughout the United States and it didn't happen read pandemic booked out here and it's not gone but there were less proved out now why is that sorry I don't understand it personally well see things happen that we don't really understand well the a bola example that you have in your book which by the way microbes the life changing story of germs by Philip K. Peterson great book a good read you don't have to be a physician or scientist understand it the kind of thing that maybe people should have at home because this is going to happen again it's a great reference book and a lot of just common sense information in there but he boleh you have go into great detail on the below which it looked like that was gone and then it came back yes that's right yeah people there is a well it's one of the viruses that they're delicious great panic and that's because the mortality is up around fifty percent and if all of which share and emerged as one of the emerging and pathogens and I mentioned it emerged and had the democratic Democratic Republic of Congo formerly Zaire and they've had about ten different outbreaks one that just ended March fourth the last case of mass outbreak so they've continued to have hope breaks in that country and then there was the west African and outbreak which was a huge worries killed a lot of people and but that's pretty much died out and the good news there is a developed a vaccine unbelievable the science is gonna be a developed a vaccine that has turned out to be quite useful in the Democratic Republic of Congo in this most recent outbreak as for the backseat on corona virus we've seen gases yeah it's really close it's months away a year away I mean is there any way to really accurately guess on that a U. K. well no I guess in person that has the best estimate would be Tony Fauci at the NIH the card says the NIH national institutes of health he is second to none in the world terms of really first rate science here and there and so he could he would know he would give the best estimate there are several companies that are Hey you haven't have developed and I believe it's actually even entering clinical trials so and I think the suggestion of most of the experts is it'll be in about a year away but Hey it may be surprising it may come much faster and I wouldn't have guessed that they would look at a bowler sixteen that quickly so it was incredible in that case the company Merck stepped up to the plate and they they didn't say even though there's no money in the bowl of virus vaccine and did the job and we could be surprised how quickly this comes that's soon enough or whatever yeah that's what I'm wondering is that sold it you know you mentioned yourself about the reluctance on a segment of the population to any vaccines they're suspicious of them that's cause problems for measles and other diseases that we thought were gone are coming back because people don't wanna you're suspicious of government what about with this one doesn't you have to vaccinate just the people who have test positive for everyone well you would be a great right now of course good news is almost nobody's had the infection in this country so everybody would be eligible for the vaccine and if it's an unlimited supply which you would be of course initially you may want to take and use use in high risk people have first that would be the elderly but then it would be available hopefully for everybody there for people who are so called anti vaxxers it for whatever the reasons that I can't understand and are against it yeah and hopefully it's on like this virus is unlike hopefully measles virus were we need ninety five percent of the community immune to keep that virus in check and hopefully that wouldn't be the case with this coronavirus yeah because we're not going to get ninety five percent of the public here to take a vaccine I will go west of the Rockies Margot in palm springs high Margo you're on with doctor Peterson hi thank you for taking my call I have a a story I'd like to share the screen and asked me if I had a question at the time I said no but while I was on hold I thought of one so okay I'll be the okay to ask the question as well sure go ahead okay well the first part of my there is a short story about my great grandmother she was kind of a mystery woman nobody knew anything much about her as my mother and my aunts all left the area when they were very little but the thing that they remembered about my great grandmother was that she was mean and them being little kids I don't think they thought of it but I think she was mean because five of her nine children have died from the influenza wow and then my question is I've only been out a couple of times but I went to the grocery store an electronics store and they were going out of their way to clean everything this the counters if somebody touches counter they ran over and clean the counter and they were wiping down the handles at the grocery store and this sort of thing and I'm thinking that possibly them taking extra precautions in regard to cleanliness that other illnesses will be minimized so Dr Peterson what do you take what do you make of the efforts just to clean things off and be careful about keeping surfaces clean and disinfected all right well you you raised two very interesting questions in point to points number getting back to your great grandmother and we have been very fortunate in our lifetimes and we haven't seen these huge hits if you will of our population due to infections and most people wouldn't realize the smallpox virus which happens to be the only hair virus or only infectious agent which is eliminated from the world from a buy a vaccine that fighters killed more people in the twentieth century twentieth century the last case nineteen sixty seven then all deaths from influenza HIV aids and TB combined so there was a virus that was just incredible and and you're right people lost their children it was very common and that's why we have a lot of children because they were going to be likely to lose their children and many of them because of the Texas occasions now here your point about hygiene is a very good one and and we touch on a little bit with with George and that is that there has been what's called the hygiene hypothesis that is popped up in about the last thirty or forty years with more and more evidence that it may be true and then the hypothesis is that cleanliness isn't all is next to godliness it is yeah you have to be exposed to a certain number of germs microbes early in your life to develop and commune system and it's there that's going to be able to take care of certain agents inspired diseases and their hygiene hypothesis and it looks like it's very relevant to diseases like asthma and allergies their children that are brought up in environments that are super clean have less risk and so as we were talking earlier in the show and germs and by far the way either not harmful or helpful so and it's clear you can do too much in terms of cleanliness the trouble is and who can sort that out it's very complicated and it right now washing your hands carefully and cleaning services it's clearly very important dealing with this pandemic of covert nineteen Margot thanks for the call east of the Rockies Carl in Wichita falls hi Carl good morning thanks for taking my call a doctor Pearson I like to know if you can speak to the three molecule in nature it's called ozone coming off the ground we can concentrate ozone without oxygen generate reverse oxygen pumps and concentrate that ozone inject that into our water purification system which would give us three or four times more about oxidized and agent to kill box but I like to know if he can probably speak a little bit to that and why we really can't depend on just waiting for vaccines in the economy to tank and but you know I know UV ultraviolet radiation what's sterilized right and keep it from reproducing but you know once the genie is out of the bottle and it's a very good question it also violates his you pointed out is a extremely good isn't killing organisms across the board and he said he will probably have minimal usage has had some use in the context of T. B. O. for violate preventing her killing the tubercle bacillus and it wouldn't have any role here this pandemic that we're talking about cold with nineteen that's interesting question and and I don't have any data one way or the other but I suspect it could will would inactivate the virus and ozone I don't know anything about this he Michael Seidel properties but I think your point though is an important one we we have to be thinking broadly about their other approaches while we wait hopefully through this vaccine to come along thanks Carl let me ask you this doctor Peterson where are you on vitamins for example vitamin C. and there are studies on both sides of it I've read some pretty good ones that say that there are benefits to that it helps in general have vitamin C. and protecting and boosting your immune system do you where do you fall on that one well my issue is she has changed over time and I was first very much in its fluids by Linus Pauling you remember this sure brilliance Nobel Prize winners to price the price is and he had promoted the idea that vitamin C. yeah it is very beneficial and hair treatment of the common cold and all kinds of and sections regions and he made the point in this works as if by the time you do good studies randomized clinical trials in vitamin C. had to prove this he'd be dead so he suggested taking well it was pretty sound reasoning but then there were studies done and most importantly studies in the UK had their command national call center in his Salisbury England and they tested this vitamin C. health benefits in the common cold and it turned out it was of no benefit that is no better than the sequel so here based on the evidence science at this point in time Hey I don't think it can be recommended as his treatment and vitamins in general he's turned out to be a lot more disappointing that we'd like them to be you know vitamin D. I I know someone in my family that gets vitamin D. pi prescription yeah actor tried does presumably vitamin D. that's another one that says you know I thought that studies that were done to look at it who would turn out to be positive and there have been a lot of trials with vitamin D. now Hey in a number of illnesses and diseases and sadly at least as I've read the literature and there's no good evidence that vitamin D. supplements in general are are worthwhile now we need vitamin D. you're going to get him in trouble if you don't take vitamin D. but yeah supplements there's no evidence that it is of any benefit that I'm aware of and in the context of an infectious disease for example and the studies were done to look at it for TPG had made a lot of sense because vitamin D. turns out to be and the immune stimulator and then I thought those studies would turn out to be positive the vitamin D. would actually be helpful in the treatment of tuberculosis but this is sadly the evidence is that it doesn't seem like it's been a benefit screening what about scurvy what about vitamin C..

Dr Peterson
"dr peterson" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

16:43 min | 5 months ago

"dr peterson" Discussed on KNSS

"Dr Peterson before we go to the phone lines and they're filling up pretty fast here I wanted to ask one question and get it in before I forget about it can this virus come back I've seen projections hi if all goes well it goes away in four to six weeks essentially and then testing can proceed and we can isolate people who are infected but also projections that it comes back in the winter time even worse is that just guess work or does it is there precedent for that well I might guess would be that it then you will go away if you will that will be somewhat similar to this sars coronavirus and data unlike influenza is you know it comes every year if him why is that well it it's scary didn't birds or birds are very important and in the wild chapter and they and they keep manufacturing new strains we have to deal with so the vaccine has to change every year so influenza is unique in that regard so my guess would be and this will be more similar to sars and had nothing like influenza and one sure it's for those that are immune from natural infections and in our hope is that the vaccine will be coming not too far down the part that says he will be on mute and then they will not get infected again should this virus stay around you know it's interesting we mentioned earlier Zico virus his his you would recall this was a big scare and two three years ago throughout mainly Latin America and we were very worried and I in the states who would spread up the coast and throughout the United States and it didn't happen read pandemic broke out here and it's not gone but and it's more or less pooped out now why is that sorry I don't understand it personally well see things happen that we don't really understand well the ball a example that you have in your book which by the way microbes the life changing story of germs by Philip K. Peterson great book a good read you don't have to be a physician or scientist understand it the kind of thing that maybe people should have at home because this is going to happen again it's a great reference book and a lot of just common sense information in there but he boleh you have go into great detail on the below which it looked like that was gone and then it came back yes that's right yeah people yeah it is yeah well it's one of the viruses that there this is great panic and it's because of mortality is up around fifty percent and if bullock which share had emerged as one of the emerging and pathogens and I mentioned it emerged and had the democratic Democratic Republic of Congo formerly Zaire and they've had now ten different outbreaks one that just ended and March fourth the last case in that outbreak so they've continued to have hope breaks in that country and then there was the west African Ebola and outbreak which was a huge worries killed a lot of people and but that's pretty much died out and the good news there is a developed a vaccine unbelievable the science is gone now and in a developed a vaccine that has turned out to be quite useful in the Democratic Republic of Congo in this most recent outbreak as for a D. backs scene on corona virus we've seen gases yeah it's really close it's months away a year away I mean is there any way to really accurately guess on that a U. K. well no I guess in person it has since he the best estimate would be Tony Fauci hit the N. I. H. the card says the NIH national institutes of health he is second to none in the world terms of really first rate science here and there and so he could he would know he would give the best estimate there are several companies that are Hey you haven't have developed and I believe it's actually even entering clinical trials so and I think the suggestion of most of the experts is it'll be in about a year away but Hey it may be surprising it may come much faster and I wouldn't have guessed that they would have been more vaccines that quickly so is incredible in that case the company Merck stepped up to the plate and they they didn't say even though there's no money in a bowl of virus vaccine and he did the job so and we could be surprised how quickly this comes that's not soon enough or whatever yeah that's what I'm wondering is that so do it you know you mentioned yourself about the reluctance on a segment of the population to any vaccines they're suspicious of them that's cause problems for measles and other diseases that we thought were gone are coming back because people don't wanna hear suspicious of government what about what this when does it you have to vaccinate just the people who have test positive for everyone well you were dead right now right now the court's good news is almost nobody's had the infection in this country so everybody would be eligible for the vaccine and if it's an unlimited supply which would be of course initially you may want to take and use use in high risk people here first that would be the elderly but then it would be available hopefully for everybody's there for people that are so called anti vaxxers it for whatever the reasons that I can understand and are against it yeah and hopefully it's on like this virus is unlike hopefully measles virus were we need ninety five percent of the community immune to keep that virus in check and hopefully that wouldn't be the case with this coronavirus yeah because we're not going to get ninety five percent of the public here to take a vaccine thank you I will go west of the Rockies Margot in palm springs high Margo you're on with doctor Peterson hi thank you for taking my call I have a a story I'd like to share the screen and asked me if I had a question at the time I said no but while I was on hold I thought of one so okay it's okay to ask the question as well sure go ahead okay well the first part of my there is a short story about my great grandmother she was kind of a mystery woman nobody knew anything much about her as my mother and my aunts all left the area when they were very little but the thing that they remembered about my great grandmother was that she was mean and them being little kids I don't think they thought of it but I think she was mean because five of her nine children have died from the influenza well and then my question is I've only been out a couple of times but I went to the grocery store an electronics store and they were going out of their way to clean everything that the counters if somebody touched counter they ran over and and clean the counter and they were wiping down the handles at the grocery store and this sort of thing and I'm thinking that possibly them taking extra precautions in regard to cleanliness that other illnesses will be minimized so Dr Peterson what do you take a what do you make of the efforts just to clean things off and be careful about keeping surfaces clean and disinfected all right well you you raised two very interesting questions and pointed points number one getting back to your great grandmother and we have been very fortunate in our lifetimes and we haven't seen these huge hits if you will of our population due to infections and most people wouldn't realize the smallpox virus which happens to be the only hand virus or only infectious agent which is eliminated from the world from a buy a vaccine that virus killed more people in the twentieth century twentieth century the last case nineteen sixty seven then all deaths from influenza HIV aids and TB combined so there was a virus it was just incredible and and you're right people lost their children it was very common and that's why we have a lot of children because they were going to be likely to lose their children and many of them because of sexual educations now here your point about hygiene is a very good one and and we touch on a little bit with with George and that is that there has been what's called the hygiene hypothesis that is popped up in about the last thirty or forty years with more and more evidence that it may be true and then the hypothesis is that cleanliness isn't all is next to godliness it is yeah you have to be exposed to a certain number of germs microbes early in your life to develop and commune system and it's that's going to be able to take care of certain agents and diseases and their hygiene hypothesis and it looks like it's very relevant to diseases like asthma and allergies their children that are brought up in environments that are super clean have less risk and so as we were talking earlier in the show and germs and by far away either not harmful or helpful so and it's clear you can do too much in terms of cleanliness the trouble is and who can sort that out it's very complicated and it right now washing your hands carefully and cleaning services is clearly very important dealing with this pandemic of covert nineteen I'm Margot thanks for the call east of the Rockies Carl in Wichita falls hi Carl good morning thanks for taking my call a doctor Pearson I like to know if you can speak to the three molecule in nature it's called ozone it was off the ground we can concentrate ozone without oxygen generate reverse oxygen pumps and concentrate that ozone inject that into our water purification system which would give us three or four times more of oxidize and agent you kill the box right now he can probably speak a little bit to that and why we really can't depend on just waiting for vaccines in the economy to tank and but you know I know UV ultraviolet radiation will sterilize right and keep it from reproducing but you know once the genie is out of the bottle and it's very good questions for violet light is you pointed out this is extremely good at is it killing organisms across the board and it has a relatively have minimal usage has had some use in the context of T. B. O. for violate preventing her killing the tubercle bacillus and it wouldn't have any role in this pandemic that we're talking about covert nineteen it's interesting question and in the end I don't have any data one way or the other but I suspect it could will would inactivate the virus and those whose own I don't know anything about its him Michael Seidel properties but and I think your point though is an important one we we have to be thinking broadly about and other approaches while we wait hopefully through this vaccine to come along thanks Carl let me ask you this doctor Peterson where are you on vitamins for example vitamin C. and there are studies on both sides of it I read some pretty good ones that say that there are benefits and that it helps in general have vitamin C. and protecting and boosting your immune system do you where do you fall on that one well my my view is she has changed over time and I was first very much in internet sleuths by Linus Pauling you remember this sure brilliant Nobel or have prize winners to price that prices and he had promoted the idea that vitamin C. yeah it is very beneficial and has treatment of the common cold and all kinds of infectious agents and he made the point in this works at it by the time you do good studies randomized clinical trials in vitamin C. had to prove this he'd be dead so he suggested taking yeah well it was pretty sound reasoning but then there were studies done and most importantly studies in the UK had their command national call center in his Salisbury England and they tested this vitamin C. health benefits in the common cold and it turned out it was of no benefit that is no better than the placebo so here based on the evidence science at this point in time Hey I don't think it can be recommended as in his treatment and vitamins in general is turned out to be a lot more disappointing that we'd like them to be you know vitamin D. I I know someone in my family that gets vitamin D. pi prescription yeah yeah I think height does presumably vitamin D. that's another one it's a you know I thought that the studies that were done to look at it who would turn out to be positive and there have been a lot of trials with vitamin D. now Hey in a number of illnesses and diseases and sadly at least as I've read the literature and there's no good evidence that vitamin D. supplements in general are are worthwhile now we need vitamin D. you're going to get wrapped him in trouble if you don't take pride in the DC but yeah supplements there's no evidence that it is of any benefit that I'm aware of and in the context of an infectious disease for example and the studies are done that look at it for TV and made a lot of sense because vitamin D. turns out to be and the immune stimulator and then I thought those studies would turn out to be positive that vitamin D. would actually be helpful in the treatment of tuberculosis but this is sadly the evidence is that it doesn't seem like it's of any benefit screen what about scurvy what about scurvy vitamin C. vitamin E. that's absolutely and so you need vitamins and that's it vitamins are good and important they are they're essential but and we get it would appear that most of us here in America at least get enough vitamins you don't really need to have supplements and okay this is I've seen the literature all right we're talking with doctor Philip Peterson about his book microbes the life changing story of germs.

Dr Peterson
"dr peterson" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

16:21 min | 5 months ago

"dr peterson" Discussed on KGO 810

"Dr Peterson before we go to the phone lines and they're filling up pretty fast here I wanted to ask one question and get it in before I forget about it can this virus come back I've seen projections if all goes well it goes away in four to six weeks essentially and then testing can proceed and we can isolate people who are infected but also projections that it comes back in the winter time even worse is that just guess work or does it is there precedent for that well my my guess would be that it then you will go away if you will that will be somewhat similar to this sars coronavirus and data unlike influenza did you know it comes every year and why is that well it is scary didn't birds or birds are very important and in the wild sector and they and they keep manufacturing new strains we have to deal with so the vaccine has to change every year so influenza is unique in that regard so my guess would be and this will be more similar to sars and had nothing like influenza and one sure it's for those that are immune and from national inspection and in our hope this interaction will be coming not too far down the part that says he will be a boon and then they will not get infected again should this virus stay around you know it's interesting we mentioned earlier Zico virus his his you would recall this was a big scare and two three years ago throughout mainly Latin America and we were very worried and I in the states who would spread up the coast and throughout the United States and it didn't happen they had pandemic broke out and it's not gone but said it's more or less pooped out now why is that sorry I don't understand it personally well see things happen that we don't really understand well be a bola example that you have in your book which by the way microbes the life changing story of germs by Philip K. Peterson great book a good read you don't have to be a physician or scientist understand it the kind of thing that maybe people should have at home because this is going to happen again it's a great reference book and a lot of just common sense information in there but he boleh you have go into great detail on the below which it looked like that was gone and then it came back yes that's right yeah people there is yeah well it's one of the viruses that they're delicious great panic and that's because of mortality is up around fifty percent and if Goldberg which had emerged as one of the emerging and pathogens and I mentioned it emerged and had the democratic Democratic Republic of Congo formerly Zaire and they've had now ten different outbreaks one that just ended March fourth the last case of math help break so they've continued to have the house breaks in that country and then there was the west African Ebola and outbreak which was a huge worries killed a lot of people and but that's pretty much died out and the good news there is a developed a vaccine this unbelievable the science is gone and then developed a vaccine that has turned out to be quite useful in the Democratic Republic of Congo in this most recent outbreak as for a D. backs scene on corona virus we've seen gases yeah it's really close it's months away a year away I mean is there any way to really accurately guess on that a U. K. well no I guess in person that has the best estimate would be Tony Fauci at the NIH the card says the NIH national institutes of health his second to none in the world terms of really first rate science here and there and so he could he would know he would give the best estimate there are several companies that are Hey you haven't have developed it I believe it's actually even entering clinical trials so and I think the suggestion of most of the experts is it'll be in about a year away but Hey it may be surprising it may come much faster and I wouldn't have guessed that they would look at a bowler vaccine that quickly so it was incredible in that case the company Merck stepped up to the plate and they they didn't say even though there's no money in the bowl of virus vaccines and who's the do the job so and we could be surprised how quickly this comes that's not soon enough or whatever yeah that's what I'm wondering is that sold it you know you mentioned yourself about the reluctance on a segment of the population to any vaccines they're suspicious of them that's cause problems for measles and other diseases that we thought were gone are coming back because people don't wanna hear suspicious of government what about with this when does it you have to vaccinate just the people who have test positive for everyone well you would be a great right now the court's good news is almost nobody's had the infection in this country so everybody would be eligible for the vaccine and that's that's in limited supply which would be of course initially you may want to take and use use and high risk people have first that would be the elderly but then it would be available hopefully for everybody there for people that are so called anti vaxxers it for whatever the reasons that I can't understand and are against it yeah and hopefully it's on like this virus is unlike hopefully measles virus were we need ninety five percent of the community immune to keep that virus in check and hopefully that wouldn't be the case with this coronavirus yeah because we're not going to get ninety five percent of the public here to take a vaccine we'll go west of the Rockies Margot in palm springs high Margo you're on with doctor Peterson hi thank you for taking my call I have a a story I'd like to share the screen or it asked me if I had a question at the time I said no but while I was on hold I thought of one so okay region okay they asked the question as well sure go ahead okay well the first part of my there is a short story about my great grandmother she was kind of a mystery woman nobody knew anything much about her as my mother and my aunts all left the area when they were very little but the thing that they remembered about my great grandmother was that she was mean and them being little kids I don't think they thought of it but I think she was mean because five of her nine children have died from the influenza well and then my question is I've only been out a couple of times but I went to the grocery store an electronics store and they were going out of their way to clean everything this the counters if somebody touched calendar they ran over and and clean the counter and they were wiping down the handles at the grocery store and this sort of thing and I'm thinking that possibly them taking extra precautions in regard to cleanliness that other illnesses will be minimized so Dr Peterson what what do you take what do you make of the efforts just to clean things off and be careful about keeping surfaces clean and disinfected all right well you you raised two very interesting questions and pointed points number one getting back to your great grandmother and we have been very fortunate in our lifetimes and we haven't seen these huge hits if you will of our population due to infections and most people wouldn't realize the smallpox virus which happens to be the only hand requires or only infectious agent which is eliminated from the world from a buy vaccines that virus killed more people in the twentieth century twentieth century the last case nineteen sixty seven then all deaths from influenza HIV aids and TB combined so there was a virus that was just incredible and and you're right people lost their children it was very common and that's why we had a lot of children because they were gonna be likely to lose their children and many of them because of the Texas patients now here your point about hygiene is a very good one and then we touch on a little bit with with George and that is that there has been what's called the hygiene hypothesis that is popped up in about the last thirty or forty years with more and more evidence that it may be true and then that's hypothesis is that cleanliness isn't all is next to godliness it is yeah you have to be exposed to a certain number of germs microbes early in your life to develop and commune system and it's that's going to be able to take care of certain agents since head diseases and their hygiene hypothesis and it looks like it's very relevant to diseases like asthma and allergies their children that are brought up in environments that are super clean have less risk and so as we were talking earlier in the show and germs and by far away either that is harmful or helpful so yes it's clear you can do too much in terms of cleanliness the trouble is and who can sort that out it's very complicated and it right now washing your hands carefully and cleaning services is clearly very important dealing with this pandemic of covert nineteen I'm Margot thanks for the call east of the Rockies Carl in Wichita falls hi Carl good morning thanks for taking my call a doctor Pearson I like to know if you can speak to the three molecule in nature it's called ozone it was off the ground we can concentrate ozone without oxygen generate reverse oxygen pumps and concentrate that ozone and inject that into our water purification system which would give us three or four times more of oxidizing agent to kill the box right now he can probably speak a little bit to that and why we really can't depend on just waiting for vaccines in the economy to tank and but you know I know UV ultraviolet radiation will sterilize right and keep reproducing but you know once the genie is out of the bottle and it's very good questions for violates his you pointed out this is extremely good isn't killing organisms across the board and he had a relatively minimal usage has had some use in the context of TV for violate preventing her killing the tubercle bacillus and it wouldn't have any role here this pandemic that we're talking about corporate nineteen it's interesting question and in the end I don't have any data one or the other but I suspect it could will would inactivate the virus and ozone I don't know anything about its him Michael Seidel properties thank and I think your point though is an important one we we have to be thinking broadly about and other approaches while we wait hopefully through this vaccine to come along thanks Carl let me ask you this doctor Peterson where are you on vitamins for example vitamin C. and there are studies on both sides of it I've read some pretty good ones that say that there are benefits and then it helps in general have vitamin C. and protecting and boosting your immune system do you where do you fall on that one well my my issue is she has changed over time and I was first very much in internet sleuths by Linus Pauling you remember this sure brilliant Nobel or hair prize winners to price the price is and he had promoted the idea that vitamin C. yeah it is very beneficial and has treatment of the common cold and all kinds of and sections regions and he made the point in this book that it by the time you do good studies randomized clinical trials in vitamin C. had to prove this he'd be dead so he suggested taking well it was pretty sound reasoning but then there were studies done and most importantly studies in the UK had their command national call center in his Salisbury England and they tested this vitamin C. health benefits in the common cold and it turned out it was of no benefit that is no better than the sequel so here based on the evidence science at this point in time Hey I don't think it can be recommended as his treatment and vitamins in general he's turned out to be a lot more disappointing that we'd like them to be you know vitamin D. I I know someone in my family that gets vitamin D. by prescription yeah yeah I think height does presumably vitamin D. that's another one that said you know I sought to do studies that were done to look at it who would turn out to be positive and there have been a lot of trials with vitamin D. now and the number of illnesses and diseases and sadly it leases I've read the literature and there's no good evidence that vitamin D. supplements here in general are are worthwhile now we need vitamin D. you're going to get wrapped him and trouble if you don't take pride in the **** and supplements there's no evidence that it is of any benefit that I'm aware of and in the context of an infectious disease for example and the studies are done that look at it for TV and made a lot of sense because vitamin D. turns out to be and the immune stimulator and then I thought those studies would turn out to be positive the vitamin D. would actually be helpful in the treatment of tuberculosis but this is sadly the evidence is that it doesn't seem like it's of any benefit scoring what about scurvy what about service providers should have statements that's absolutely and so you need vitamins and that's it vitamins are.

Dr Peterson
"dr peterson" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:30 min | 5 months ago

"dr peterson" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Dr Peterson I just saw a note on social media from Ireland a notice from Ireland that they're shutting down pubs in Ireland which is pretty remarkable especially considering that we're thirty six hours away from a Saint Patrick's day there it that's an extraordinary step also seeing in the U. K. that they are now using emergency powers to say that they can find or basically taken to the jail anybody who refuses to be tested or quarantine for suspected corona virus in this country I guess our officials said some officials at least had urged people to stay at home if they could do it to not expose themselves to self quarantine and and so much of our our population is said no no one's going to tell me how to act I'm gonna go out and have fun and mingle with people and and I'm young and healthy and I'm not going to get sick I want to get your general response to that and what measures you think might be necessary as we move forward over the next couple of weeks well it said again an excellent question and is I'm sure everybody has seen on television it's a true that China and courses started in war and here's what we would consider draconian measures in terms of how they had dealt with the emergence of the pandemic there and it's not going to happen in the United States yeah my impression Hispanic totally is it the people are it pretty well informed and they're taking this pretty seriously they thank you mentioned they they realize this is largely it appears to be airborne particles and covering your cough and sneezing and social distancing it's a true that is staying out of large crowds and washing your hands very very important Hey we're still learning about data transmission this is this is a new and recently immersion section and it appears now that there may also be and some of it passing on children's services this fire is Kim and could survive on the surface for a while so that's why it's so important to wash your hands and keep your hands away from your face a particular your mouth so and again it's important to emphasize that we are in that learning mode and there's still a lot that's not soon but we do know a lot about it and the UK are as I understand it.

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02:45 min | 1 year ago

"dr peterson" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

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"dr peterson" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"dr peterson" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"So here's the answer. Dr Peterson at plaster health and wellness offers cool sculpting, cool sculpting is the world's number one. Non invasive fat reduction procedure to trim your tummy thighs upper arms chin it's an innovative way to contour the body by freezing unwanted fat away with no surgery and little to no downtime. Cool. Sculpting is the only FDA cleared nonsurgical fat reduction treatment that uses controlled cooling to eliminate stubborn fat that resists your efforts through diet and exercise results are proven noticeable long lasting and you'll love the. The way you look, call plaster health and wellness today. Call nine one six seven eight one nine thousand that seven eight one nine thousand or class or cool, sculpting dot com. Yep. It's winter. All right and hurts cold. Hey, let's be honest. This is the time of year when everyone wishes they would have replaced those old drafty windows last summer before it got this cold at northwest exteriors. We make it easy to stay cozy and keep your toes warm. Let us replace those old drafty windows, keep their winter chill out and save you money. Hi, Tom or here owner of north west. For a limited time, we're offering are super winter special thirty nine ninety five for a houseful windows or just forty six dollars a month. No, really forty six dollars a month at northwest. It's all about experience. Our window. Technicians are factory trained and certified making northwest. Only five star platinum elite dealer for and window systems in California. So let's talk windows. Call northwest today and take advantage of our best offer ever houseful of windows for just thirty nine ninety five are only forty six dollars a month. Call eight eight eight trust and w that's eight. Eight trust and w or online at trust north west dot com. Simply the best trust north west number seven one zero seven ninety of the Tom Sullivan show is sponsored by hansonmcclain advisers. Visit them at hansonmcclain dot com. Patches of warming. I'm Bob.

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"dr peterson" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"dr peterson" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"So here's the answer. Dr Peterson plaster health and wellness offers cool sculpting, cool sculpting is the world's number one. Non invasive fat reduction procedure to trim your tummy thighs, upper arms and chin. It's an innovative way to contour the body by freezing unwanted fat away with no surgery and little to no downtime. Cool. Sculpting is the only FDA cleared nonsurgical fat reduction treatment that uses controlled cooling to eliminate stubborn fat that resists your efforts through diet and exercise results are proven noticeable long lasting, and you'll love the way you look. Call health and wellness today. Call nine one six seven eight one nine thousand that seven eight one nine thousand or plaster cool, sculpting dot com. Happy new year from Mercedes-Benz of Stockton. I'm Tom Sullivan. You're in the market for a new luxury vehicle two thousand nineteen. I'd like you to take a short drive to Mercedes-Benz of Stockton. Have you been thinking about a new SUV Mercedes-Benz of Stockton? As a large selection with some great lease offers Mercedes-Benz G L E SUB luxurious yet can and climb. A mountain effortlessly, it's roomy, and it's two thousand eighteen h s safety pick. So you know, you and your family will be traveling in one of the safest vehicles on the road is a coop. More your style checkout Mercedes-Benz CLA coop. Gas efficient sporty affordable Mercedes-Benz have Stockton owned by the Burien family northern California for over thirty years their entire team committed to delivering exceptional service. Take the short drive visits are beautiful showroom before you buy or lease your next luxury vehicle Mercedes-Benz of Stockton, just off I five at the eight mile road exit or m b of Stockton dot com..

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"dr peterson" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"dr peterson" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Been diagnosed with early onset dementia alzheimer's type here she is talking about it with her son and just felt something was different and tom i didn't know what i was dealing with and till i went to the mayo clinic i couldn't be for sure but i can remember been trying to coach and and trying to figure out schemes and whatever and i just just wasn't coming to me like i typically would say out here we're gonna do this run that i think it probably calls me second guess and i know when i was talking with mickey and i just she said you know what's what's going on with you and i said i don't know you know i don't know and so you know i was glad that we went to the mayo clinic because you know dr peterson was great they were all great and at least new then you know what what i was dealing with it's hard to fight and invisible opponent and i think that now we know what we're up against and we're ready we're ready to take the next chapter loss this would be the new battle she would have to face when we come back more on the life of pat summitt and again she was born on this day in history in one thousand nine hundred fifty two pat summitt story here on our american stories.

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"dr peterson" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"dr peterson" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Nncholas cruise was bullied they were bullied so here we are this is what we've got in two thousand eighteen we've got a cultural narcissism that is producing a reaction in usually young men that if they feel somehow bad inadequate distance displaced off kilter that some of them believe that they should commit wild acts of homicide and i don't know what to do to solve that i don't know what to do to solve the problem of cultural narcissism i noticed that when some people try to push back against the problem of cultural narcissism people like jordan peterson jordan peterson dr peterson who is trying to provide a moral commonsense guideline serve series of guidelines for these young displaced shattered incongruous young men he's he's accused of being an all right racist blablabla so i don't know what to do about culture and art and cultural narcissism when you see people recognizing it like you and i do that this is going on and trying to push back against it and what they end up hitting is a wall of politics politics isn't going to solve this problem but here we are so we've got a young person who decides for whatever reason he was bullied who knows someone picked on him he was bored he was i don't know just obsessed over himself and he decides to grab a sawed off shotgun a pistol he's seventeen pipe bombs and pressure cookers and decides he's going to go ruin dozens of people's lives because he feels somehow inadequate because it's all about him right and here we are with the politics hijacking this story no doubt by monday this story is going to be pure politics but months after parkland which was months after the last school shooting and years after the school shooting before that here we still have kids as sitting ducks in american schools with nobody actually trying to do anything to secure these facilities where were the interior locking doors where was the ability of teachers in a classroom to have some kind of panic alert system at teacher had to run out into a hallway while a maniac was murdering people to pull a fire alarm at the very least we would think that until somebody figures out how to check this society's cancer of selfindulgent narcissism that it's a very least we could try to.

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"dr peterson" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"dr peterson" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Estate stating an impactful in a person's life felicia casing i'd like to come to you and sort of expand on a point that dr petersen made in the first segment about what is causing us and he he focused on three things globalization changing our changes in our environment specifically more forestation and the fact that we're not prepared from where you sit are is is that the correct focus as the cdc looking correctly at the causes here i think they've got the the right list i wanna follow up on what dr peterson mentioned about the changing environment because he's he he he pointed out in particular that reforestation is a challenge an an an underlying cause and i would maybe expand on that a little bit to say that the the height of reforestation for most of the east eastern united states has occurred over the nineteenth and twentieth centuries not at this period of time when we're seeing these huge increases what's happening now is not reforestation but forest fragmentation it's the the cutting back of those for us into little tiny pieces and the reason that that's important is that when a forest is cut into little tiny pieces the larger animals that eat rodents disappear or tend to disappear things like fox's for example and it's those rodents as i said before that are primarily responsible for infecting the ticks so what we're seeing is this mutation that leads to an abundance of the very hosts that are most responsible for infecting the ticks what he also pointed out is that people are tending to live in those forests and that's why the forests are becoming fragmented in the first place so you get these forests cut up into little tiny pieces people move into those little pieces and that's exactly where there are lots of host these small rodents that are infecting the ticks with to sort of perfect recipe but it's not the reforestation per se it's what's happened since the reforestation this fragmentation.

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"dr peterson" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"dr peterson" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

"Welcome to the jordan be peterson podcast you can support these podcasts by donating to dr peterson's patriotic the linked to which can be found in the description dr peterson's self development programmes self offering can be found itself authoring dot com that's a hell of a welcome for someone who's going to talk about the bible sms so i thought i would get farther than through genesis by by this point but i'm i'm not unhappy about the pace either i've learnt a tremendous amount and so hopefully what we'll do today's finish genesis completely and then i think i'll try just started up with extra this in may depending on what happens next year i have a busy travel schedule and but i would really like to do it i really like the exodous story and i understand it very well a lot of the stories in genesis especially after the first few stories say up to the tower of babel i had to do a tremendous amount of learning about which has agreed good but i do know the exodous story so i'm really looking forward to that so so let's dive right into it and see how far we can get today so will review first so joseph's father is jacob and jacob is the patriarch of israel essentially that the father of the twelve tribes and uh we we might remember that are he had a very morally embitterment halfway through life and it's one of the things that i think so interesting about the the stories in the in old testament is that.

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"dr peterson" Discussed on Louder With Crowder

Louder With Crowder

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"dr peterson" Discussed on Louder With Crowder

"That would justify your disagreement on curious about that because i've been accused of say many things that i actually didn't say and so i'm just wondering if it was actually something i stand or if it's something that i'd be reported to say which little known fact mind not a forward and the forward not written by dr peterson lizzy that's that is a good question i was wondering that as well not to put it on the spot yeah i mean i guess i just when if someone was to ask me to use a pronoun i would just use ed but i know that your position was more about compelled speech and i think i just didn't see it as an issue but i mean now that i was brought in to a meeting where they said i violated bill see sixteen now now there's been articles written that have been analyzed and whether i actually did by late that law it has changed my mind a bit and but also i mean i do need to look into these laws too because you know this this was a class did you read the young tearing human rights commission policies because what happened was that when the law was passed that the law itself looks pretty innocuous because it is it looks innocuous but if you read the surrounding policies on the ontario human rights commission website which the federal government explicitly stated would be used as guidelines for turkey ding see 60 in a late fake later took doubt then it'll make your hair stand on yet because it it absolutely not only opens the door to the sorts of things that happen to you but it positively invites the and branded costs meant a legal expert hypothetically that i debated last year you'll see sixteen was also asked about your case and instead of saying on categorically that what you did was not illegal she said that it would be a stretch for the law to be interpreted in that matter which is much different than her original position by the way yeah and so and i don't think it's a stretch and all be on tearing human rights commission policies are so apollo it bed.

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"dr peterson" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"dr peterson" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Disease that is considered fatal called feline infectious peritonitis otherwise known as f i pee now it's a virus so you can't take an antibiotic and expect the to do any good in a cat just as the same is true and people so when you get a flu virus for example you can take all the antibiotic she want and less arabic curiel infection has developed it's not going to do any good doctors have been telling that but to us for years and it's true the antiviral medications don't eve even touch feline infectious peritonitis it would be like taking over the counter antiviral for hiv aids but now there are drugs for these things like hiv aids or hepatitis c they're antiviral drugs and there's a class called the protea inhibitor i don't wanna get too technical here but dr peterson has figured out that that class of drug really is now helping he's done one clinical trial so far and it really there's one kitten for example that's a year out surviving a disease that is supposed to be fatal that was supposed to have killed this kit many many many months ago so what's going on here well he has he founded treatment that really works in chicago the win feline foundation symposium will be held while in just a couple of days from now so if you're going to be in the chicago area or if you are in the chicago area and if you love cats you can attendance open to veterinarians veterinarians get continuing education credit the here dr peterson speak about all us but it's open also the cat lovers a kept breeders just people who love cats and people will be coming in from all over the country to the fairmont hotel in chicago to see doctors peterson speak about this because this was huge news in the chat world to learn more about it check out the wind feline foundation website now by the way for those two don't know pretty much everything we know today about cat health was one time funded by the nonprofit win feline foundation that funds cat health studies that's what the mission is as well as to educate and this was about the education of the very latest thing graders and it really is quite amazing so check out the win the line w i n n feline foundation website which is simply win feline foundation dot org you know.

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"dr peterson" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"dr peterson" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

"Oh welcome to the jordan be peterson august you can support these podcast by donating to dr peterson's petri on account linked to which can be found description dr peterson's selfdeveloped programs self authoring can be found itself authoring this is part of the psychological significance it's running through this lectures entitled okay well i thought this time that i would actually cover some of the biblical stories so and hopefully a number of them as i said last time i'm i'm going to go through this while as fast as i am able to i wanna do it as completed job as possible and of course the probability they'll get through the entire bible is very low but we'll get through a lot of the major stories in the beginning of it and that's a good start and then suming that this all goes well then maybe i'll try to do the same thing again either in the fall or next year so um suming i'm that everything is still working out property next year a long ways away all right so guests will start so last week i talked to you about a line in the new testament that was from john and it was a line that was designed to parallel the opening of genesis in it's it's really important line.

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