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"dr reena" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"dr reena" Discussed on KOMO

"To know for sure at this point, but it looks like the weekend should be mostly sunny and probably warm in the mid seventies, right now in Seattle, 66 degrees at Combe Aux News. Lot of us are going to be making hot dog runs and beer runs to the store as the fourth approaches of Virginia Man is a $100,000 richer after his trip to get hot dogs. Gerard for E. Told lottery officials. He decided to pick up a last minute cash five ticket while at the store earlier this month. Fourie claims he's not an excitable person, but he was pleasantly surprised to find out he won the money has no plans yet for his 100 grand That's Dean Yukio reporting. Jazz Great Freddy Cole has died the age of 80 eight's. He died on Saturday from complications caused by a cardiovascular ailments. He's the lesser known brother of the coals, his brother being Nat King Cole, but he had a career that spanned 70 years and he was still getting Grammy nominations is recently is 2018. Time Now for LIFEBEAT Here's Marina Rock, Inger curling up on the couch for a nice long nap. Sounds good, doesn't it? But can your heart take it pulmonologist? Dr Reena Mera says, Believe it or not, a new study finds the length of a nap. And how often can matter to cardiovascular health folks who were napping maybe two or three times a week. Had improved cardiovascular events in a lowering of these cardiovascular events compared to those who weren't napping or napping more frequently, researchers say keeping a nap to about 15 to 20 minutes showed a decrease in the risk of suffering a heart related event. Dr Mehra says, however, to ditch the nap all together and try to get 7 to 8 hours of regular sleep at night. Instead, we usually recommend not napping, eh? So if you don't have any underlying sleep disorders, what happens that is that if you nap then you no longer have that sleep pressure to fall asleep. When it's time to fall asleep during the nighttime for LIFEBEAT I'm Arena Rock, Inger common use little that I.

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"dr reena" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

14:53 min | 2 years ago

"dr reena" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"First day of mental health awareness month it would kick in with doctor read out Walker show me and one of the first chapter of the book you know stand on the suicide topic you say what you can do if death seems like the best in to paint but for those feeling suicidal what what what what can you do yeah I think it's important to recognize that we have the resources and then we have external reports it and in the book I also talk about psychological cortices basal psychological fortitude is that the level of resilience or resistance we have two things that will otherwise challenge or undermine our psychology we need are mine in order to be a relationship work to live our life purpose but some of us might wish all worn down but we just can't function day to day and so we have to tap into our internal resources so for people who are feeling like my life doesn't matter no one cares if I live that if we can't happen to writing down a lot of times we get our hands on do we have to be willing to reach out to other and that can be hard in our community as you all know because of distance shrink everything that we have that is important but on the other side of that we think well if I'm asking for help and it needs a week well I would challenge that and that asking for help means if someone is strong enough to overcome their potential weakness the challenge is that when people get into suicide related crisis it's hard to problem solve it's hard to okay let me figure out what to do now they are so overwhelmed they don't have the resources to figure out what the problem is and what the best long term solution is you know you made a lot of suicide is is I want I don't wanna see accidental what what I mean accidental is like I think a lot of times I think what people talk about suicide and a lot of it is for attention they want people to take care about them and I think sometimes when people feel like you know L. they said they were going to they not really going to do it I think almost people like feel like they force themselves to be like now they believe they don't think I'm going to do it then they want to do it you see that happen a lot I do think that there's a conversation around like they just want but the challenge of that is what is something like what you describe happens and is it worth it to take action right I'm hopeful to think of suicide crisis as a personal pain who want the pain to it right however they go about getting that he is the one it is he says it is in all of their thoughts they don't tomorrow they just wanted it so maybe they have done something to put themselves in a risky situation you know not a legal limit because yes we have a lot of people who have died who don't die back right yeah people who do things because I want to end up paying not thank you great taking a bottle of your home I guess this will be needed or not yeah right but it is really beautiful and so they die I think that it helps all of us and I talk to my doctor about it because I for everyone you know Dr Reena Walker you talk about reclaiming your mind so how do you reclaim your mind to reclaim a life worth living yeah I use reclaimed intentionally because I do the African people around the world as having resilience with with enough which is why we're still here and so what I'm saying is you know we claimed our connections to our African heritage and calling it what it is I think in that beautiful state I don't know anything about act that never been there there's nothing about me that African and that it's just not true because we see it around us if only we reclaim we have to learn more about our history you know go to our African cultural museum talk to our older relatives about what life was like when they were younger so we have to reconnect with what it means to be who we are and not criticize or be critical of beings that are African and call ourselves you know leave in a way that a lot of mainstream folks have minimize or denigrate it what it means for us to be who we are what advice do you give to people outside of this this quarantine that you noticed on open up things in people losing jobs you know they're losing money how do you tell people to monitor a mid to help in this situation is is that even possible it is possible and it started being intentional so one of the things that people humans are trying to do is get the contest with five being now yet losing a car and losing a job it is hard to sell your emotional well being your psychological fortitude isn't about bad things happening it is about managing your response or your reaction to that bad thing so losing a job for some people and I know there are plenty of stories out there that was a blessing that I lost that job because it allows me to tap into my soul in here to be liked business sense to create something that looks that was who I was so I think the easiest thing is to focus on the next hour when someone is overwhelmed don't think about next week think about okay what do I need to do in the next fifteen minutes if what I need to do is just to kind of sit down and watch TV they do that because otherwise we get so overwhelmed it can be hard to figure out the solutions that are V. weekend somewhere in our family or in our community so I having difficulties right now at home in their relationship you know as we've been seeing a lot of people have been realizing whom maybe it's time for me to file for divorce they're not sure how to work through whatever issues they have things are being magnified right now what's your advice to somebody should they wait until this pandemic is over and then reassess or is this really a time when you're these might be some prevalent issues that you're like okay now I'm realizing what it really is now that we're in here twenty four seven hello you always said you know domestic violence calls you set up shop to the roof and and for those who are in domestic violence situations there are hotlines and number to call to get support but in those kind of situations people can do the best they can with what they know but sometimes it works to reach out and so I I do think that because we know those rates are going up apart making other big decisions relationship wise I probably make the same advice that anything that's hard that at least take time to write down what are the pros and cons of that decision and sitting down to think okay if I leave this is the program leaving each other constantly being and then if I may do the pros and cons also upstate and that works with anything sometimes the pros and cons all equal and then we have to decide what makes the most sense in my who would have believed what is it that I feel like I need to be doing because we have another another year and so we have our popular thinking in our intellect but we also have you know that voice that's been pushing us in one direction or another that we I think we all need to be paying a little bit more Christiansen and the quarantine time give the opportunity to do I we have what we've got to read a Walker when we come back at the breakfast club good morning it has the next that is the exact when this happens the next E. eighty when an I. ninety we got a lot the morning everybody's DJ envy Angela yee Charlamagne the god we are the breakfast club if you join us today is the first day of mental health awareness month it would kick in without the read out Walker show me now let's talk about blackness right because you have a chapter in the book racism is bad for you right in and you talk about the balancing act that goes along with having a black identity taking care everyone else to put in the effort into being a put together despite being invisible expound on that a little bit yeah it's hard I think for those of us who strongly identify you know with being black and recognizing that there are racial tensions in our society there are consequences of being black we've a lot of what distortion lies you gotta work twice as hard to get half as far I think that over time put a burden on us thank you think it's one of the reasons that we see the high levels of hypertension and high level of health problems in part because they've been passed on it also part of our family but in part because on a day to day basis we're struggling navigating how do I both students so that I can advance maybe a job and get promoted but also maintain my sanity and be true to who I am it it's a juggling act and meanwhile there are folks who are being hunted by the police and being killed and so all of these stressors come together if we're not intentional is really starts to get to what the where's downs so what's your definition of meaningful blackness on the one hand I think that we we recognize that maybe how we dress how we carry ourselves and the food that we eat maybe the level of culture but I think a lot of people resonate with you know you don't put braces on the talent and think that any but on the other hand there is like I said it digging into who we are and the people I really do believe that that is going to be the starting point for a different it's just a different kind of well being including psychological fortitude including our businesses entrepreneurship like every day yeah when we can connect to the fact that we were some of the original creator it's an engineer in society all of society that we have to connected back in order to be able to turn the boat around it's kind of thinking in a lot of weight how do you tell people to deal with anxiety you know especially if you have kids and everything is going on in this world you know we have to recognize where we are in our level of anxiety because not everyone is saying right now one of the things that I talk about in the book I read it mycological what its leader stolen zero to ten save European really very low ecological fortitude intend being high you know where are we we can do the same thing with anxiety if it's hot five or higher we probably need to make some adjustments for a lower there we could probably sit with it for a little while what are the objectives that we make we evaluate the what about the situation is in my control and this is where we have to just sit and be mindful maybe talk to someone else and then he does that work if not then we have to reassess the couple with another solution now when you say exactly you notice it is there really because the equipment sometimes I try to figure out if I'm having exactly well if I if I have from a caring caring you know like every time my son goes out and I constantly think about is he okay is that exactly that not just the effort and that's what you're supposed to feel like you know it's hard to get to that the difference between the two like when my kids go out I'm after because I'm like well you're right but I'm not here about ninety is a certain amount of it's not a worry when you're worried.

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"dr reena" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

08:29 min | 2 years ago

"dr reena" Discussed on KPCC

"I like what a big dental water because my back is big on dental flossing so we always call which I think is very very fine in a comparing these two methods which is actually better for your teeth maintenance training can you tackle it that's that is it's really is does come down to personal choice and you can imagine the physical effect off off spring water under pressure you're not having to deal with to you know to Hans necessary that have to delicately string into a tight space and likely damage the tissues on the meat so that so that the the latter requires more dexterity I would say that the the I would lean towards more to pick as being more able to flush out and invigorate and actually massage the tissues around that flaws not flossing may make may not do so well you know that would be my instinctive comparison I just have to ask you just for the record you don't work for the water pick people no I don't not at all I'm a lab rat I have tweet that came in that something that I've been wondering about for years Magaly says should you floss before or after brushing I want to comment Reina no science shows one but over the other exactly so my colleague I practice with and in Houston George sale would always give this wonderful anecdote that you take it off hand spread your fingers a little bit dip it into a can of paint and then pull it out and then put your fingers together and brush them off and the paint would wipe off but not between your fingers right so if you think about that and the allergy then obviously you want to brush for some brush thoroughly and then flaws and perhaps do a rinse after that so that the new cell fragments that are stuck between your teeth that the frost didn't get to can be flushed out by by physical force and that's what a water pick with it okay yep to both doesn't matter which order let me ask you about some research we we wanna talk touch or some before we have to go through what it what is the latest research on types of fillings filling technology filling cavities and teeth so you want me so so the growing controversy is that amalgams that contain mercury alloys that almost two alloys all all home full because again be putting a metal substance in in in the oral cavity and B. tend to in dentistry be very advanced with all material developments right now we'll be out trying to find a replacement material that has these statics the durability and can descend distresses be placed on the tube which is quite intense to replace that so the filling also there is a move now to create these fit these new hybrid composite materials that looked like the tooth of that have anti microbial properties that also have odd can last a long time and really be the great substitute for mountain so I see a very promising research in that area interesting the exciting stuff Graham I replied oh this is science Friday from W. NYC studios answering as many questions as I can ask that we have never I have never seen the board so lit up in our tweets so many tweets doesn't help me go to this tweet which is something I was going to ask anyhow and Richard Watson asks it why is dentistry insurance covered separately from general health insurance markets well that's a so and and that has to do with our employers and our government so for instance Medicare covers your medical care as you turn age sixty five or older but there's no dental benefits that was a decision that was made in the early nineteen sixties when life expectancy was just about sixty eight years of age and they said well we don't really need dental insurance that's not today and it's not what's healthy of course as as Reno said oral health is part of general health and that's that's an issue our our employers have the option to get a purchase for us and and have us contribute to the very best in dental insurance it's expensive and some employees choose to do so most do not to say that there are a lifetime caps on on orthodontic care and and and periodontal care to say that adults don't get fluoride treatments but children can even though we know fluoride can help reduce the K. in adults who were getting the K. this is a this is a pretty backward our staff and and many of the insurers are stepping up to deal with today and some of the states in the United States are actually doing a lot better in providing adult dental care is part of a a total health benefits do we do we know if any of the candidates when they talk about Medicare for all a Medicare for all if you wanted or did they cover dental also or we still stuck without I saw her in a couple of candidates a couple of words about dentistry but nobody really through this as a as a major item in the in the campaign but there is there is some good news though that's that's emerging on the universal front on the global front so you'll be happy to know that and this happened when I had the privilege to serve as president of the I. A. D. R. but all exit CEO Christopher fox worked very closely with the FBI the World Health Organization and the U. N. to come up with the universal health coverage that included oral health and so far eighteen countries have bought into this and I buy and expect good things to come forth and of course the U. S. is not involved currently but the hope is that we could influence our public policy makers into believing that oral health is an indicator of systemic health and systemic health in turn informs oral health that bidirectional connection cannot be ignored anymore in our society I can say that strongly because there are people at the disparities where are you but you don't have the burden of disease equally shared or distributed across society has but is becoming an increasingly eight we got into bed we know about our health insurance one last quick question for you mark I read I read the ingredients my toothpaste and it was mostly sand in fact correct yeah there's some soap some sand in some some fellow particles are yes they they use they use Sandel says silicate like materials as the abrasive they have to be carefully crafted so that they don't aggressively where the tooth they have to be the correct size to manage that but that's one of the main stain removers okay we're gonna leave or we have so many questions I ask and dentist Dr mark well dean of school of dental health university of Pennsylvania Dr Reena to Suzette professor dentistry university of Utah and past president of the I. A. T. E. R. thank you for taking time then answering so many questions for us thank you thank you so much you're welcome just like with his art director producers are like salen Christie Taylor and Katy feather we are welcoming to our staff this week Nigel or tell our new chief content officer welcome to the show went technical engineering help today from rich Kim Kevin will for Lisa Gosselin BJ liederman composed our theme music our science Friday vox pop back you heard them on the show today will be continuing our degrees of change series next week with a discussion on sustainable building materials we want to know from you would you live in a city entirely made of wood if it meant reducing your carbon footprint download our science twenty Bucks pap pap and answer that question would you would you live in a city made entirely of wood if it meant reducing your carbon footprint because there are now ways of making buildings out of would totally out of what we're gonna talk about a hundred degrees of chain series next week so please download the box pop app.

"dr reena" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

05:03 min | 2 years ago

"dr reena" Discussed on KPCC

"You like to know you got a molar mystery to crack are you by cuss but curious yes we want your cavity questions or grill us about the guns you make the call but only if you make the call our number is eight four four seven two four eight two five five eight four four cite talk you can also tweet us at sai fry the meat go I've now try to keep all the dental plans out as much as I think we need to do is make guests talk to mark wolf dean of the school of dental medicine the university of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia welcome back mark hire great to be back you're welcome Dr Reena to Susanna is professor van to St at the university of Utah in Salt Lake and former president of the international association of dental research welcome back this is thank you are I'm a big fan and and the very loyal NPR devoting lots K. well I'm happy to be here nice to be there were not an impure but we are public radio public radio sorry okay let me ask you let me ask you well let me ask you then first arena having cavities form in the first place what do you need to have a cavity forms yeah I think you know if you look to the of the mammals that that B. C. visibly coding the crown of the tooth it is ninety seven percent mineral so obviously when you have something that is so hard and and the cells that produce it on no longer in the miles then it's very susceptible two of us bio films and deposits that lead on the tooth so when you have a bio foam that builds up over time with bacteria bugs having a being attracted to the film and you provide these bugs with a lot of food and typically that all that is substrates from carbohydrates a principally and then that interaction creates acids because the bacteria actually dissolves these food substances and produces acid that been dissolved that very hard surface of the novel that is made out of appetite and that is the beginning of a cavity factor will finally see cavities mostly where the teeth touch each other hi so there's two reasons for that one is that's where the sugars can get into and stay there and second saliva contains a number of things that actually can neutralize the acid that contains bicarbonate it also can rinse away those foods and it just can't reach in between the teeth easily so the bacteria sit and eat and they poop assets okay now I've got a bit of met like that you're they don't hate us all the do we please let reproduce yes we let them build up in a location they have a nice family that eats lots of sugars that are readily available because of a diet and they pull plots of acids and we get cavities all right we got so many questions let's go right to that let's go to rich in Charlotte North Carolina I rich one minute go ahead asking dental bright a dental visit to might not reach us student discount a cavity on the outside not so we'll be able to register on the topic you we propose the option of of drilling and filling and I'm just wondering is it possible for early stage capital for the business which are on the X. ray is a possible quote to be reversed and possibly re mineralised a repaired in any fashion without having to write question mark question yes yeah that would be a local okay so are the answer is not all not all cavities can be seen on dental X. rays but if it's an early lesion just starting they can be reversed by keeping the sugar is out of the mouth reducing the amount of plaque that's in the area but you have to do really well with that but more importantly than that we can have agents like fluorides which can help re mineralised those surfaces and actually packed the mineral back in and make the two self E. it's possible to take early two fifty K. and totally reverse it can keep you in a healthy state prevented because you brought it up when I was gonna ask this later but I'll ask it now how important is it for you to have a dental X. ray because I've known cancers who say you know a good dentist can find a cavity or are not subject you to X. rays that you know might be invasive in your brain or something like so that's exactly what was written in nineteen thirteen by visor great grandfather of of dentistry G. V. black that give me a bright light America and then explore and I can find all tooth decay as it turns out dental radiographs help us fine tooth decay at earlier stages where it is totally reversible that being said we should take as few radiographs as few xrays as is indicated by.

"dr reena" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"dr reena" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"If you face covered properly another official has testified that song and said after that call the president cares more about the bidens silencing moments ago he does not think the president said that to him with the queen's permission Britain's prince Andrew says he's stepping back from public duties to avoid being a distraction over the Jeffrey abstain scandal this just days after a widely criticized interview in at the prince said he did not recall ever meeting and then seventeen year old girl who says she was forced to have sex with them the princess he regrets his association with abstain and deeply sympathizes with his victim America's three W. Y. P. C. mobile news all the level on the go number sixteen hundred Hoosiers hand last year cloudy and forty seven degrees in downtown India abroad Connie here's what's trending at two OO to a pain in the back of blood in the urine having to go a lot could all be symptoms of bladder cancer Chris Davis reports on bladder cancer awareness month if you keep saying blood in the urine a game treated for recurrent urinary tract infections that absolutely make sure that you see a urologist Dr Reena Molly is a female pelvic specialist she says the treatment for bladder cancer can be costly and there's not really any screening for it so if you see the symptoms tell your doctor over sixteen hundred Hoosiers got sick with bladder cancer last year Chris Davis ninety three W. I. B. C. mobile news caller found almost completely submerged in the White River just north west of Riley hospital for children this morning I empty says no one was in the car they're still trying to figure out how and why the car ended up there and there's a new big man on campus and he has four legs the university of Indianapolis introduced Grady the greyhound this morning it's the first time you Indy has had a live greyhound mass god on campus since nineteen eighty one it's two oh three as for the family to boost mobile and we got so much more like what well we got for free phones for lines for just twenty five dollars per line per month I smashed up the car and unlimited gigs wait did you say you smashed up the car yes it's completely smashed but for free phones.

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"dr reena" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

04:34 min | 3 years ago

"dr reena" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"I'm Kerr Darling here's what's trending at twelve noon on your opening statement you confirm that there was a quid pro quo between the White House meeting and investigations into charisma and the twenty sixteen election that Giuliani was publicly promoting is that right correct Adam Schiff questioning US ambassador to the E. U. accordance Tomlin who testified before the house intelligence committee this morning it is doing so right now in the impeachment inquiry fox's racial Sutherland report it is opening statement ambassador Simon said there was a quid pro quo with the direction of president trump's personal attorney Rudy Giuliani as new leader of Ukraine try to secure a meeting with the president Solomon stated that everyone was in the loop on the press for political investigations including secretary of state Mike Pompeii AO adding they knew what they were doing and why Sonnen said he was expressly directed by president trump to work with Giuliani even though he wasn't happy about it in Washington Rachel Sutherland fox news president trump is going to come out of the impeachment hearings on top says senator Mike Braun an appearance on fox business channel clearly is quite confident that whether he come on or not that there's no case against a man of course you know he's going to push the point just like he did in the tweet and nothing else is getting done Ron brown says Democrats are trying to reverse the twenty sixteen election which he says they've been doing from the beginning Brian rice of Brownsburg was vacationing with his wife on a carnival cruise in the Caribbean when he fell five stories on the balcony and onto a deck below last Friday doctors on the ship could not and it could not save his life it sure is of him that I've gone through that I'm going to give to my children it's just very hard it's very hard because he was a good good lovers young man rice's step father Robert Federer is when the ship pulled into port Miami Saturday morning Miami Dade police began investigating and so far they have ruled out suicide a developer suing the city of Indianapolis accusing them of breaching their contract by trying to use eminent domain to take back the old GM stamp property after abandoning plans to redevelop the site Ambrose property group tried to off load that property but the city of Indianapolis threatened to use eminent domain to keep that from happening which Ambrose says violates a contract between the two the city argues a previous Supreme Court a state Supreme Court ruling allows them to use eminent domain at will regardless of any agreement from beforehand playoffs coming at an indie based clothing company actually found the report motion where will close its facilities on in the southwest side in January according to a notice to the state most if not all of the company's one hundred and forty six workers will lose their jobs motion where has not given a reason for the shutdown Ashley Fowler ninety three W. I. B. C. mobile news coming up Kristeva says look out for the signs that story and more next on ninety three double the white BC coming up on Tony Katz today the testimony of Gordon psalm when it's bad for someone named Rudy Giuliani that's coming up in three minutes over sixteen hundred Hoosiers had bladder cancer last year Chris Davis reports on what you can do to catch it early for the main symptom it's easy to spot says Dr Reena my leak an expert on bladder cancer and female pelvic medicine to the most common symptom is called hematuria or seeing blood in the urine or having it found on a you know screening urine test at your regular doctor's office she says pain in the back or abdomen that won't go away or pain during urination are sometimes also symptoms there's no screening for it so you need to see a urologist if you have those symptoms frequently she says Chris Davis ninety three W. I. B. C. mobile news a five year old boy and his three year old brother killed Tuesday afternoon when they were run over by a semi on a farm in Kosciusko county police say the Amish boys had climbed through a fence on top of a neighboring farm they were playing under the trailer of a semi when Benjamin she'd started the truck and started to drive off running over the boys in the process CBD oil or any other C. B. T. products cannot be guaranteed and you're not in your being more to stay away from them says the national consumers league spokesperson Patricia Calmar last thing we want is people to be relying on fall empty promises that CD products will help with depression or relieve anxiety or even treat Alzheimer's or Parkinson's uses CD is not FDA approved in the labels are often inaccurate hiding the lead or other can take contaminants in some cases Cleveland Browns defensive and miles Gerritsen New York today to appeal his indefinite suspension Gerets been barred from playing in the NFL for the time being after using a helmet to hit Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph over the head.

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"dr reena" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:28 min | 3 years ago

"dr reena" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Hunts on fox and friends America's listening to fox news three W. Y. P. C. mobile news all the level on the go president Mike pence returns to Indy you're radars clear but it's cloudy and forty two degrees in the circle city and John Herrick for golden oak lending and here's what's trending at eight OO to six as usual it frankly it's what the Democrats have been doing for the last three years what else is new pence discussing the impeachment inquiry Tuesday with Tony Katz in Washington DC pence returns to Indianapolis this afternoon by the way you can listen to those impeachment hearings at W. Y. B. C. dot com he's scheduled to speak at the strata education networks national symposium around six thirty and with pants coming to town that means traffic will be affected Matt bear yeah John especially watch those rams Kevin I'm seventy four sixty five four sixty five to seventy any of those could be closing as a vice president of rice from Indianapolis International Airport this afternoon or this evening you can also expect traffic in downtown because that's where he's going to be speaking on Washington Street expect delays going home expect street closures any of that could happen here this afternoon with the arrival of the vice president more W. you want to be seen from the W. I. B. C. traffic center you I lily's growing it's Indianapolis operations inside Indiana business reports they plan to invest four hundred million dollars in its manufacturing facilities at the lily technology center and create nearly a hundred jobs Lilly says this'll help it's increasing demand for its current medicines and also accommodate more manufacturing needs for future medicines it was a planned fist fight on in the south side Tuesday with three adults and guns were not allowed but somebody didn't listen to that rule says I am P. D. officer Sinead cook either just before the fight started for during that we believe that one person produced a weapon and began shooting she says three people were shot but no one was killed several others were arrested depa football coach bill Lynch announced he was retiring Tuesday that ends a span of forty years of football coaching for Lynch Lynch also coached at I. you bottler ball state it was even an assistant with the U. S. at els Orlando renegades over sixteen hundred Hoosiers have bladder cancer last year Chris Davis reports on what you can do to catch it early look for the main symptom it's easy to spot says Dr Reena my leak an expert on bladder cancer and female pelvic medicine to the most common symptom is called hematuria or seeing blood in the urine or having it found on a you know screening urine test at your regular doctor's office she says pain in the back or abdomen that won't go away or pain during urination are sometimes also symptoms there's no screening for it so you need to see a urologist if you have those symptoms frequently she says Chris Davis ninety three W. I. B. C. mobile news nine chon hair wreck on the level on the go on Twitter at ninety three W. I. T. C. A. N. W. I. B. C. dot com eight oh five traffic on the fives Matt bear because bad on the north was a north bound for sixty five oh forty six three don't update sixty five in that we're looking at about sixty done stuff and go from Fisher's one hundred sixteenth street on and all these north bound for sixty in front of it is low traffic before I get around to Allison Vale road in band seventy dragonforce sixty five in the Sherman drive in Baz sixty five also had three thirty eastern gas or down the twenty first northbound sixty five delayed for sixty five.

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"dr reena" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

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"dr reena" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Hearings I'm Jennifer Jones Lee live from the KFI twenty four hour news room to security aides to listen in on a key presidential phone call or on Capitol Hill testifying for the house impeachment inquiry vice presidential aide Jennifer Williams told the intelligence committee she found a phone call in July between president trump and the Ukrainian president unusual because in contrast to other presidential calls I had observed it involved discussion of what appeared to be a domestic political matter Williams says she was aware of the White House withholding of military aid to Ukraine but she says she wasn't told why the White House restored the aid after about two months Democrats claim the president use the money to try and pressure Ukraine into politically motivated investigations trump says there was no quid pro quo state leaders have accused jul of hooking teams on E. cigarettes a lawsuit accuses the Beiping company of delivering E. cigarettes to people younger than twenty one state Attorney General have your biz Serra says vaping rates in high school have doubled since jul got into business jul failed to warn consumers of their exposure to chemicals linked to cancer birth defects and other health harms health officials say about ten percent of high school students in LA county smoky cigarettes and rolling back KFI news an anonymous woman in LA has to Jeffrey absences state over trafficking and sexual abuse claims the thirty one year old woman says Eckstine rape during his massive compound in New Mexico when she was fifteen just because I've seen his dad does not mean that others around him don't deserve their day in court as well this is not over that's why she says she came forward and why she's now suing his estate the woman's attorney Gloria Allred says those who witnessed the abuse are just as culpable it's not something that anyone should close their eyes to these are somebody's children already also urge other survivors to speak out the late billionaire died in jail back in August Monica Rick scale Vinoodh these those seated press says to prison guards responsible for watching Jeffrey abstain when he took his own life expected to face criminal charges they allegedly falsified prison records to show they checked on abstain every half hour as they were supposed to have seen died in August while awaiting trial on charges of sexually abusing and trafficking teen girls a ranger in Colorado's been convicted of first degree murder and sentenced for using a bat to beat his fiance to death than burning or body after crazy was sentenced yesterday to life without the possibility of parole plus one hundred fifty six years ABC's Clayton St Dallas as crazy was also found guilty of tampering with a deceased body and solicitation the prosecution's final witness one of Fraser's fellow inmates in county jail who claims phrase he asked for his help to kill all of the witnesses who were set to testify against him phase easy on C. tell it give fiancee tells the Barrett was last seen shopping with the couple's daughter on thanksgiving and the American urological association says November is bladder health awareness month Dr Reena Malick says healthy bladder is under rated until bladder issues disrupt daily life they could have a real impact on our quality of life we can have problems physically psychologically sexually and it could be read that quite costly for needing to buy incontinence products and things like that the doctor said many bladder issues can be alleviated at home overly frequent urges to go could be caused by your tunes like caffeine acidic foods and artificial sweeteners dehydration can also cause irritation meaning drinking tool that all can actually increase.

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