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"dr riley" Discussed on The Children's Hour

The Children's Hour

03:40 min | Last month

"dr riley" Discussed on The Children's Hour

"May be fifty two. I look good in tight pants but our no radio. Oh the radio because they can times. We all have paid. We all have saw we. We know that owner jambi somebody they he now. If you need to go on somebody says they just lets. You need somebody the when your friend on. Windy children's hour is written by katie stone. Produced by the children's hour inc at sunspot strollers studio in albuquerque new mexico many thanks to dr riley white for being with us on the show today. Find lots of information about us. Adchoices our dot. Org podcasts or on our website and everywhere you can find podcasts. Smart speaker took the children are taught. And you can find on patriarch dot com slash. The children's are we would love to hear from you. Leave us a message at our website or on social media minus an instagram facebook and twitter at pch. Radio by the children's hour is distributed by the children's hour inc and by the public radio exchange p r x and the pacific radio network. Thanks listen children's our kids public radio..

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"dr riley" Discussed on Short Wave

Short Wave

01:32 min | 9 months ago

"dr riley" Discussed on Short Wave

"Pregnancy can be an anxiety provoking situation but the pandemic has ramped up the level of fear and questions way up. . Am I gonNA, , get it if I get it what does that mean? ? Am I gonNA keep my job what kind of a lifetime I creating for my baby Dr Riley. . The chair of Obgyn at Weill Cornell Medicine and the obstetrician in chief at New York. Presbyterian . in just like her patients she's been scrambling to figure out exactly the right things to do literally policies were changing every single day. . And it was a matter of what we learning about this disease. . Can you protect patients? ? Can you protect the providers it was tiring Generally speaking the research on pregnancy and cove in nineteen has not been conclusive so far there have been a lot of small studies and in the US, , the data has been spotty even recent CDC report a study with relatively large sample size of around eight thousand people has been difficult to interpret because of gaps in the data. . One thing in Madison is that we like to study things and then we like to get answers and then we like to operate based on those answers and so that's been I think one of the more challenging pieces of it is just the sheer you know constantly saying, , I. Don't . know. . Not sure I think this is.

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Pregnancy and Covid-19. What We Know and How To Protect Yourself.

Short Wave

01:32 min | 9 months ago

Pregnancy and Covid-19. What We Know and How To Protect Yourself.

"Pregnancy can be an anxiety provoking situation but the pandemic has ramped up the level of fear and questions way up. Am I gonNA, get it if I get it what does that mean? Am I gonNA keep my job what kind of a lifetime I creating for my baby Dr Riley. The chair of Obgyn at Weill Cornell Medicine and the obstetrician in chief at New York. Presbyterian in just like her patients she's been scrambling to figure out exactly the right things to do literally policies were changing every single day. And it was a matter of what we learning about this disease. Can you protect patients? Can you protect the providers it was tiring Generally speaking the research on pregnancy and cove in nineteen has not been conclusive so far there have been a lot of small studies and in the US, the data has been spotty even recent CDC report a study with relatively large sample size of around eight thousand people has been difficult to interpret because of gaps in the data. One thing in Madison is that we like to study things and then we like to get answers and then we like to operate based on those answers and so that's been I think one of the more challenging pieces of it is just the sheer you know constantly saying, I. Don't know. Not sure I think this is.

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"dr riley" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"dr riley" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"Does not mean moral in the traditional religions because lots of people have lots of desires that does not necessarily mean that fulfilling those desires and action is not sinful but sure sure i mean if you wanna say genetically normal that that at least it is genetically based with certain extent of course that's true. Sexual activity exists in the animal kingdom as well benjamin. You says it's written into our jeans and it's part of our environment. This is part of our species. It's part of who we are okay. That's fine in a again. I don't really see the problem with that but there is a problem with the study eddie and it's the left objecting even before its publication thursday in the journal science. The study has generated bait and concern including within the renowned broad institute itself several scientists who are part of the l._g._b._t._q. Community said they were worried. The findings could give ammunition to people who seek to use science to bolster biopsies discrimination against gay people in other words shut down the science because it might not achieve the result we want if the results had been that there is one gauging and that sexual orientation is immutable unchanging and entirely genetically ethnically based not entirely environmental then released the findings but if it cuts against that then you can't release the findings because it undercuts argument. Here's an idea have a better argument there plenty of good arguments for same sex civil rights. I've made a bunch of libertarian arguments on that basis. I think that those are perfectly valid arguments. They're worthy of debate and disagreement but if you're basing your bad arguments on bad science maybe you should change your argument instead of trying to shut down the science hey but unfortunately this is the tendency of a lot of people on the left. No debate it notice goshen whenever things get dicey for your arguments you just try and shut it down. Shut that stuff down. Cancel it stephen riley geneticist and postdoctoral researcher who's is on the steering committee of the institutes l._g._b._t._q. Affinity groups said quote. I deeply disagree about publishing miss. It seems like something could easily be misconstrued in world without any <unk> discrimination understanding human behaviors noble goal but we don't live in that world in other words. The narrative should trump science. This is not a scientist is a political activist in the whole goal of science is to achieve objective verifiable facts about the world so that we can operate within those fax and you can still pursue exactly the same agenda the or pursuing stephen riley but maybe your arguments have to suck less. Maybe your arguments should be based on. I don't know the science since you are in fact a geneticist discussions between doctrine neal's team and colleagues who questioned the research research continuing for months dr neal's team which included psychologists and sociologists us suggestions from those colleagues and outside l._g._b._t._q. Groups to clarify wording and highlight caveats. That's amazing so they were prescreening the results with activist groups. Can you imagine this happening on the right. Can you imagine it truly pre-screening scientific ryan tiffin results with advocacy groups for particular political narrative. This is insanity. It truly is and we're seeing this happen more and more broadly if they're doing it in science. They will certainly do it in politics. They'll do it anywhere. Dr neal is gay okay. Dr neil who's one of the leads on the study is gay. He said i definitely bentley heard from people who are kind of why do this at all and so there was some resistance there personally. I'm still concerned. It's going to be deliberately misused to advance agendas of hate but i do believe that the sort of pro-active way we've approached this and a lot of the community engagement aspects that we've tried were important the moment the study was published online thursday afternoon. The broad institute took the unusual step of posting essays by dr riley and others who raised questions about the ethics science and social implications of the project joe video postdoctoral researcher at the broad institute said quote as a queer person and analysis. I struggled to understand the motivations behind a genome wide association study for non heterosexual behavior..

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"dr riley" Discussed on Science Rules! with Bill Nye

Science Rules! with Bill Nye

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"dr riley" Discussed on Science Rules! with Bill Nye

"You listen. He's back. So before we spoke with Chris, Dr Riley, you're explaining bacterial warfare. And how bacteria sins are like guided missiles, I'm sorry, but little. No. I knew that gets zoom. Do you know what happens when you presume Corey, I know what happens apprec- Persia Lewin me? But before we go there, I presumed that bacteria killing their own species. They might kill a sub species, or a nearby genetically nearby species, but you're saying it would be wrong with that. Presume that's why we're talking about this. So did they deploy directionally? So think about it this way. You have coli living on the mucin in your gut, and it's happily chomping away from Yusen. It's that lie MU McCoy lining of June. Cordy lining. Yeah. That's right. Got a little mucus just kind of flooring, all of your clippings, making it all nice and smooth and bliss, Andy and any colour just happily munching away. And let's say that at lunch, you ate some slightly raw hamburger meat and anew E coli entered. Your gut it has to do two things. It has to survive in your gut, which it's evolved to do, but also has to find a space in your gut. And if other e-coli are there it can't get in. So what it does is it produces a bacteria that will kill just those strains of e-coli releasing that environment for them to now, invade, and also, if you're going to if you're back, you're, you're gonna make a molecule, you wanna make an efficient molecule, you don't want you want to overdo it, because it takes energy, your bacterial resources, right? Exactly. And so these guys only do this, they only make these molecules when they're stressed out by their neighbors by their close. Neighbours stressed out. The neighbors are competing for the same exactly shorter. Whatever stressed the in the environment, they feel so it could be just nutrients are depleted, or oxygen levels are low or high whatever bothers them peg, I want to back up here for a second because you were talking about. You don't want to mow down your microbiome want. You don't want to clear out all these beneficial bacteria that air in your body, but that first problem, the big problem of antibiotic resistance to bacteria since help you against that. Don't do that. The bacteria then develop resistance to the bacteria as well. Absolutely. They will. And that's where we have to be a little bit smarter. Now, if you look at the evolution of bacteria sins, the bacteria have survived using these most every species, uses them, and what they do is they have a huge panel of them. And so you you're constantly selecting for a new protein that can do the job better. So in the human parallel, you have antibiotics and we have the first one penicillin great thing till. It's not ampicillin. Tetracycline Oxy tetracycline. And we invent or discover one after the other because of resistance the bacteria don't have to wait for that. They have tons of these proteins for billions of years. Johnny. Yeah. So what they do is they, they just cycle through them and it's actually Kintu rock paper scissors the bacteria play game where they bring in new protein resistance evolves. The producer disappears and now being resistant can be costly and so- sensitivity involves. And then a new producer comes in and it just cycles round around the premise of your bit. If I understand it is to addenda fi the bacterium with, which I am infected than show up with the proper bacteria Zain. That's right. We have another caller, Chelsea. Are you out there? Hello. Where are you calling from Chelsea? I'm calling from Minnesota. Well, that's a big place. Are you allowed to tell us specifically where in Minnesota? Thank cloud. Minnesota like central Minnesota like right in the middle not far from the source of the of the Mississippi River. No, I live right next to it. Next to it is, for me is a lot like not far so cool..

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"dr riley" Discussed on NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"dr riley" Discussed on NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

"Avery started chemo a year ago today like the snap dragons on the green her hair sprouting to bald is a ball a month ago. She's blonde again, her pate blooming with golden peach fuzz under a floppy pink hat. She's a beautiful kid and the spitting image of her mother. When Caitlin was for herself, the resemblance only doubles the horror of it, all whenever Dr Riley sees Avery. It's like his wife. Caitlin has leukemia to which of course, she does. The isolation has been the hardest part no preschool or play dates, but even the guys at the UPS store pitch in they keep Avery's mail in a special place knowing she'll come in daily Parral in hand. She's a baby in a bubble protected and cheered by a whole community that cares. Is on one visit to the UPS door. Jim was behind the counter, Dr Riley had met him several times before a dapper guy with a kindly way with small fry, but he wasn't smiling that time the way he stared at Avery stopped Dr Riley in his tracks. So intent so hungry was Jim's focus on her doctor Riley got Avery outta there. When he told Caitlin, she showed a newspaper clipping dated a few weeks ago, which he had saved because count your blessings, you know, a military veteran in the desert southwest recently returned from deployment overseas had killed his wife and two young children before killing himself, the murder victims were gyms, only daughter and grandchildren. The little girl was four her name was Eva, thanks to Sidney Farber and others like him four year old Avery has good odds of surviving her leukemia. But more one. Two four year olds in the United States are murdered every year than die from cancer. And know Sidney Farber is working day and night to save those kids. Our images in clinical medicine features a nine year old boy who presented to the pediatric otolaryngology clinic with.

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"dr riley" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"dr riley" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

"Dependent on it will it just might on the bio filled factor, Dr Riley, Nolan discussing the importance of diet biofilm management and the oral systemic thing. I think most people listen to my show, actually for my dieting advice. I've been so successful at it. So talk about talk about your podcast and also back to that biofilm when when you talk about diet that that's another new thing when I got out of school. Nobody talked about storing sleep apnea dia. But now, no it looks like when you look in the mirror ninety percent of what you're looking at isn't even from your mom and dad, it looks like that the micro organism living from your mouth to your rectum might even be ninety percent of all the DNA inside. Is that true? Yeah. I think it's ninety two percent or something like that. It's crazy. We're 'Bacterial planets and quoting that from Kim Koo actually will people. Really great guy. Yeah. That's that's his term. I can't steal it from the. Yes. So one of the things that's really really cool kinda got me into this biofilm thing in specifically diet oral systemic links is if you actually look at a lot of journals in the data that's being published on this kinda miraculously. I mean, there's actually just one the other day powered for the they re related the autism Nazari autism Alzheimer's to just poor hygiene. Right. And so I think it was PG injured Dallas that they've said, hey, look, we're finding this in brain deposits in. We're seeing that people who have an increase incidence of these in their brain are actually more susceptible to developing Alzheimer's, which is absolutely crazy. But yet diet has a big impact on you know, how your oral health risk goes. Because if you're constantly consuming, you know sugar or carbohydrates or things that are easy to digest for bacteria. You're giving them a competitive. Vantage. And I don't know about you. I really like colon. Fortunately for me. But but sipping on it's probably the worst thing you can do 'cause you're constantly introducing substrate into your black in that black takes it up, then grows and multiplies releases more acid, but yet there's just a lot of youth eary's hypotheses on biofilms work, and one of the things that were really looking at is ph. So one of the things that's interesting about this is when you actually start looking at bio phone pathogenesis, we used to think there's one bad bacteria, and there's a good bacteria, and they're constantly in battle, and that's not necessarily true. But but what what what has fallen into is? We've realized that those pathogenic switches are little more complicated than that. So when you actually set up an environment that Siddig, for example, there certain conventional organisms commencement meeting. You know, health health benefits that actually have to adapter dying. So one of the things that they end up. Doing to adapt as they release stress responses, and when they do that they actually end up releasing acid as a factor in that. So they actually will release acid to compete with things like s mute hands in an lactobacillus to keep themselves alive. So now a commencement organism. That we thought was purely conventional is actually have the genyk in certain certain circumstances specifically when there's things tolerate like acid or for low auction or things like that. So we know that basically the biofilm is constantly changing apparatus and the longer it remains undisturbed or or interrupted it can become more and more pathogenic that's actually Colt the ecological lack hypothesis. So it's it's it's really interesting to study because it's just it's just been a huge problem for us or anything 'cause billions of dollars every year to do these fillings. So the drill and fill model. And on top of it prevention doesn't seem to really have caught up. And so we need things that are going to be better at interrupting biofilm shifts and lots of other components of acid releasing things like that. So biofilms are constantly changing our ideas about them constantly changing. But I think now I'm more in the modern camp of it really depends on the commensurate or pathogenic nature of bacteria individually can change in art beat. So you can't just label something commenced anymore. You have to say, okay..

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"dr riley" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

05:02 min | 2 years ago

"dr riley" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"I saw them do this. And the moment he saw them. Do this his mind riveted back Zachariah chapter twelve and burst ten which says I will pour out on the house of David and on the inhabitants of Jerusalem, the spirit of grace and of supplication. So that they will look upon me whom they have pierced God said I'm studying the stage for a remarkable fulfillment of prophecy that will guarantee one day. My son will come back the Israel the one who pierced him the one who's responsible for him dying on that cross. The first part of the prophecy has already been fulfilled. They pierced him. But the second part of the prophecy has not yet been fulfilled. When all eyes will look on him whom they've peers in other words, the nation. Israel is going to be forced to literally and physically face Jesus Christ. And they are going to receive is delivering salvation. And grace. It is an amazing thing that God is doing here by directing these soldiers to Pierce the side of his son. And when they Pierce the side of his son what caught the eye of John there in verse thirty four is immediately, blood and water came out. That's what caught John's I and that is odd. I have read page after page after page of medical speculation on what this is. And nobody has been able to figure this out now in the course of my life. I've personally harvested a dozen elk when you harvest elk in the mountains, you can't just drag it back to camp and throw it in your truck. You're required to field dress that animal in quarter, it and pack it out, and what that means is you're going to have to take a sharp knife and a handsaw and go to work on that body cavity. Now in order to do that the thing you do is you have to open that animal, and the first thing you notice when you open that animal up, and I've done enough of them. To know. This is true is the blood. Now, there are a lot of liquids that are going on inside that animal. You're very careful trying not to puncture, for example, the bladder. You don't wanna do that if you can prevent it. But the thing that you see is the blood and all the liquids that are basically in that body cavity are flowing out in the blood. Lots of it. It gets on your hands your clothes your feet. Your face, bloods, everywhere. Now to look at a flow of blood is certainly nothing that would be unusual when you open up a dead body, or when you Pierce the side of a dead body. But if water were to start flowing out, I want to tell you that would strike you as something very odd. And apparently when John saw that he was struck with what he saw. In fact, he said what I saw is when they pierced his side with that spirit immediately blood and water came out, and then he goes on to savers thirty-five, and he was seen this as testify to this testimony is true. I know what I'm talking about. I'm telling the truth, and I saw this. Now, what is the meaning of that that out of his side flowed? This blood and water came out of this body cavity. Well, first and foremost, we begin with John's main point here. This certainly proves beyond any shadow of a doubt that Jesus Christ was truly dead when they thrusts the spear into his side. He didn't flinch she didn't move. There was no reaction to this as Dr Riley says this is undetectable proof that he actually died, but this matter of the blood and water flowing out of the body has been interpreted in various ways, and frankly, most of them don't make any sense. And I'll give you three of the basic ways this has been. View. Some of said it proves that Jesus Christ died with a broken heart. That's absurd. In fact, Jesus died triumphantly when he cried it is finished. He was triumphant in his cry. He's saying I finished everything necessary to save a Senator from since it is finished and Hebrew said for the joy that was set before him. He went to the cross he's not dying here of a broken heart. Some have said that this represents the two ordinances you have blood running out of his body. There's the communion service and water coming out of his is the baptism service. Again. That's nice fanciful speculation. There's no hint of any of that in the scriptures. And Paul actually only addressed the Lord's supper. He didn't even write extensively on water baptism for the church. So we seriously doubt. That's what's in view. But some say, and this is what I think really has merit that this is showing you that the only stream. That can wash away your sin the only blood that can wash away sin. The only water that can cleanse you from your fill. Is this crucified work of the Lord Jesus Christ? And that's why John says in verse thirty five I have seen this. I'm telling you the truth, and I'm telling you this. So that you'll believe in other words, John is clear to point out that I literally saw with my own eyes this blood and water coming out.

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"dr riley" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"dr riley" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Here's Dave Bennett on Chicago's very own seven twenty WGN. So it was fourth and six raptors of their own sixteen yard line at Korczak. Unloaded a seventy nine yard punt. Remember that Collins had the seventy order for the Wildcats in the first quarter. This one a seventy nine yard plus a holding penalty against northwestern show. Play has moved from the Rutgers sixteen to the north western free. That's where the Wildcats will begin this. Dr Riley lease has to know that he's net. Punt coming down win. And you could see him at the very last second trying to back pedal to get that pine and he made a decision, which I think is a smart decision to let it go because it would have been over his hat. You always want to be able to catch the ball the punch in your numbers. But I blame him for not being far enough back with the win. You could always come up on a ball with the wind. But you certainly don't want to be going backwards, Drake. Anderson's the running back. Charlie bessler. Flynn Nagel at the wide receivers. Right. Wildcat started for their own three. They had a ninety nine and a half yard drive last week. What's talk at ninety seven here. Thorson duck down under his Senator Jared Thomas here for the purse snap of this series. I down to give Anderson tried to slide past a defender had dropped by Turner right at the line. Julius Turner takes him down. No gain on the play second out at ten from the three Turner's your backside defensive tackle. You've got to make sure this has been kind of a common thread here so far in this game and their running game. It's the backside where they're getting hurt. You're gonna make sure you seal it off. Spring and a couple of super backs trait Pugh. Clock. Also comes in the powder. Tries the left side. He's pushed back got to the lineup and doing and met by Trevor Morris, and it brings up third down. It might have gotten a happy yard third long for the Wildcats for their own three yard line. They lead seven nothing early second quarter. I would be surprised if we see casserole out here on third down to his right said Clayton Thorson in a sprint out to the right? Maybe give them a little real good work with these three yards into the end zone. Thorson looks at over there down for the Wildcats. They will Nance own rolling right stops looking. Now he'll throw it out about. Now. They were ready for that. You think? Glenn Nagel benefits Deronic both in the vicinity of both well covered its fourth down, the Wildcats, go three and out. Yeah. They started with the play action. And then he rolled out to the right and the defense. I think hey, maybe seeing them on film before they were also in rolling out there left, and they had everybody in their sights. The quarterback amateur Ribisi pers- in the area. Three and out Avery young Stanic northwestern forty-three awaiting Collins punt for deep in his own endzone unloads went down in the middle fair catch signal than made at the northwestern thirty eight by yawn. So that's where Rutgers offense down seven nothing with eleven thirty nine to go in the first half. Rutgers has their chance how great field position the cats. Started. I drive on the records forty three. And now you have Rutgers on the northwestern thirty seven so you talk about giving that wounded animal in the corner of some breathing room. They're still alive. Jones and Melton to the right side. Stave on Robinson. The wing man to the left but running back Pacheco shotgun formation for the quarterback. Sick hausky. Now penalty markers all over the place. Rutgers was confused offensively. Full start offense number fifty four five yard penalty per sound. That's the right tackle cabals sibor teams in.

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"dr riley" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

10:04 min | 2 years ago

"dr riley" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Says no. Opinion KFI an iheartradio station John and Ken show John kobylt Ken chiampou, KFI AM six forty Stanford Cisco has gotten so bad That. NPR's take a shot at it All right you know You're in the toilet when NPR is doing a story and how disgusting the city's gotten and this this just came out. In the. Last week A city, sanitation worker this is the headline on it Says the street cleaning budget Well let me rephrase the street cleaning budget in San Francisco is expected to be more than seventy million dollars, in the coming fiscal year San Francisco streets are so filthy L. filthy are they that at least one infectious disease expert as compared the city to some of, the dirtiest slums in the world Dr Lee Riley is an infectious disease expert at UC Berkeley And he told local TV station The dried feces over San Francisco can release, dangerous viruses such as the Rotavirus which is the most common cause of. Diarrhea in infants and children worldwide What do you think about that Little miss PL. In there I think it's. Gross Rotavirus getting pricked with discarded drug needles can also spread HIV hepatitis c and hepatitis b and. A whole list of other viruses Dr Riley again from UC Berkeley have you been to Berkeley Dr Riley says the contamination in San Francisco, is much greater than communities in. Brazil or Kenya or India India His job is researching health conditions caused by extreme poverty in some of the world's poorest. Regions Which is not San Francisco San Francisco is one. Of, the world's wealthiest regions now if you don't have this in the world's poorest regions Why do you have it in the wealthiest region If you don't have it in New York City, which is many times the size of San. Francisco and it's it's also a small? Compressed area why do you have in San, Francisco New York is filled with wealthy. Liberal people San Francisco's filled with wealthy liberal people Why don't you have this. In Mexico City Mexico City is a? Big sprawling city spore than twice the size, of Los Angeles it's not there either Why here because we. Put up with it It's. Not politics it's. Not ideology? It's not wealth it's not poverty It's Our. Tolerance And it goes through the the new, idiot mayor, London, breed jeez adding more money to the street. Cleaning budget it's now going to, actually be, you know over seventy. Million dollars listen to, this guy Mohammed new San Francisco's director of. Public works, I, guess see we could home the director of feces scraping His job to clean up the streets This genius says it's definitely challenging times The department has. Been diverted away from normal trash pickup In other words they're not collecting. The garbage timely anymore because. They're so busy cleaning up the poop from the vagrants Our resources have been focused. On trying to clean up areas that have. Mostly been trashed by the homeless tense where people were living. In them so, silently feces Bazala tents and the garbage they leave behind people were using the streets for the bathroom And then NPR describes San Francisco. As a hub for major tech companies such as Uber Twitter It's choked by affordable. Housing crisis that is pushing more people onto the streets, yeah again I was in New York try looking for an apartment in New York in, Manhattan How. Come there's no people live and face down in Manhattan So there's a lotta crap And then and then they use the new catchphrase left-wing progressives always come up with new phrases because they don't, want anyone to. Be stigmatized not even abstractly they've identified seventy five hundred. Sheltered and unsheltered homeless people Forty. Nine percent of those were counted in neighborhoods surrounding downtown So you go to downtown And you will find thousands. Of them are clustered together Oh look at this Me see. Who's quotas this. Hero, it's new rule again Mohammed, Nuru rector public works a large number of the people we see on the streets or. Not from San Francisco they're coming from surrounding counties and in some. Cases, across state lines, well if that's true it's not an affordable housing. Crisis in San Francisco these people never lived in San Francisco laid lived somewhere. Else across state lines what's the affordable housing crisis. In, Arizona and Nevada What is the affordable housing crisis outside Outside these these gigantic cities If, you can't afford a house a normal person moves to a. Town where the housing supportable they don't a potential in the street in. Front of the unaffordable housing, nobody does that You. Get priced out of a neighborhood you go to a poor neighborhood that's. Normal people do So, this guy's admitting that that whole, nonsense about unaffordable housing Isn't true And then it goes into how A medical association decided to cancel. Any future, conferences in the city. In fact they're they're major convention It brings in fifteen thousand people they've canceled that so. The tourism, industry, is freaking out I just How long is it? Gonna take Yeah I I? Was reading During a long article and I'd love to, read it on the air but it's simply too long and it gets really complicated, just not meant for radio but. It's about people's cognitive biases it's, about how people once they I- commotion invest in, a certain belief system it it's just nearly impossible for them. To, accept any other argument They simply don't believe it, they don't believe any information that counters what they've invested in And Solve these crazy progressive. People I. It it has turned into a religious. Cult and now even when you have thousands of needles piled up and thousands of pounds of feces piled up because they believe it is cruel to judge the. Vagrants they simply won't do. It they just step on the feces and on the needles And they all make fabulous amounts of money and normally when people make lots of money they move. Away from from filth and. Danger and these people are embracing the filth in danger And I don't. Think this has ever happened before in modern life I think I think people. Always demanded that things be cleaned up in be, put in order and if it really is really out of control they moved, out of the area they avoided it and if, and if it if the filth and the danger came to. Them they, insisted that the authorities do something to stop it reverse and. That's that's what's always been done because you've never had this before obviously it, was always done. And it's still done in most places in America even New York Remedy this is not in New York this is not in Mexico City, it's here California And. It's the tolerance And I I mentioned there are a lot of people in San, Francisco upset with this but they're not in power And there's no competing political force it's just left wing far left wing, and far far left wing And, so even if you're normal. Left-wing who hates species and needles you still you can't you. Can't get can't get any, traction going you can't get any leverage Because. What you really, need is a drastically different. Political force to change things More coming up John and Ken show Jabber. Mark has the news here's the latest on the heat and.

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"dr riley" Discussed on Well This Sucks

Well This Sucks

04:20 min | 3 years ago

"dr riley" Discussed on Well This Sucks

"Hello everyone welcome to wellness sachs this is a podcast about myself my friend heather and our friend in yell and her fight our fight against stage four breast cancer jay we have a very fair special guest ground to brown to dr nathan riley thank you so much for coming back on oh thanks for accommodating me on a thursday thanks for us great coming out work and you really quick for i'm heather ohi i'm danielle i'm tannen i always forget you introduce yourself you didn't do your all said i'm tanna my friend heather my friend but here we are uses voice nathan riley he has a first name i hear not doctor i don't i was starting to say i don't like the i don't know why but the weird dr designating i know it's important but it's never something that i've really really loved i don't know kind of like wouldn't it's definitely not like this but when you're a kid and here's when water pours out of peres guys my brains leaking there's a doctor when you're your kid and your your friends parents all you know them by like mr and mrs blah blah blah and then you grow up later and you start continuing to call them by mr mrs yeah and you're like wait a minute i'm an adult you're an adult we have first names i can use can i use your first name what is it i don't know i growing up like i'd never called my friends parents mr mrs i always call them by their first name of course you yeah i think it's a hispanic thing though wouldn't you say like don't or danica nope just the nato form sanish so form yeah oh spanish my wife's mexican radio and i go to mexico with her but i remember her always being very formal and may have just been i don't know her family raised she was raised very for more yeah no when they teach you spanish to teach you like i remember when i was in school they would teach us like who stayed and instead of two and status formal and i used to talk to my grandma used the former inches acquire you're talking to you so formerly so stop i know she's just like what are they teaching you it's gone they yeah we're we're talking about dr reilly we're here to talk about dr riley at dr riley suck at you and with you and with dr reilly as nathan also nathan don't nate so when i when i was a kid it was nate but then some point you decide i'm going to be a man and not a boy and i will say that nothing closest friends including my wife culminate in her whole family calls me because they knew me in high school but then college came and i had to decide who am i going to be and you start having the handshaking thing which you never did when you're a kid you don't really shake hands but then college up to the professors and things as a child i went by heat and then now as an adult want by heater either it was a stupid joke when you introduce yourself nickname though he bring bring up i have you in my phone as heather cucamonga because i couldn't i couldn't remember your pretty much you're now heat cucamonga that's awesome change later so when you introduce yourself to patients i generally said dr riley well that makes sense sure yeah so okay last we spoke we have a previous episode with dr eilly oh my god this is gonna mess don't do what you need to do in the heat rocker nathan riley cool down we had a previous episode with him and he was in his re you were in your residency and.

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"dr riley" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Football

Fantasy Focus Football

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"dr riley" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Football

"Play in in their hands meaning when they're doing it under their system at their facility and i think at who knows you know the more we have these conversations the more you see a high profile athlete like dustin pedroia coming back following a procedure like this the more you might see some evelyn of that and not everyone's a candidate you heard him say if you're the bigger heavier larger frame athlete and depending on the particular lesion of cartilage that you have it may not be a fit but for the right candidate this can be a really good option matthew wouldn't be a candidate matthew would never have the injury because it would involve hustling in any case thank you daniel for your excellent production as always our thanks to dr riley williams from the hospital for special surgery my thanks to dustin pedroia for giving me a little sound the other night so that we could include it in this podcast and we wish him the best of success and hopefully mom you all got to learn a little bit about cartilage restoration procedures through the podcast today so thanks very much for listening to answering the belt and we hope to see you again soon or talk to you again soon stay healthy she's got a smile that will melt your heart she's being hey fantasy knowledge is just start skin are high out there.

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"dr riley" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Football

Fantasy Focus Football

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"dr riley" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Football

"True i always she's not a cold she's your she hi this is stephanie and welcome back to the answering the bell podcast i'm so excited to have our guest today because we've been wanting to do this for a while to bring dr riley williams in and now we have an occasion for it because one of the athletes that he operated on is making a big return soon so dr williams welcome thank you for having me and by way of background let me give people a little bit of your bio can't possibly read it all because i would take up all the time we have but renowned orthopedic surgeon hospital for special surgery in new york and pretty smart went to yale undergrad almost princeton but we'll take it and stanford for medical school and is also a professor at weill cornell medical college in clinical orthopedic surgery his research focuses on cartilage repair and transplantation acl reconstruction meniscus repair and transplantation and various upper extremity procedures he is the medical director and the head team or the surgeon for the nba's brooklyn nets for major league soccer's new york red bulls and he's a team physician for usa basketball and also very importantly to the conversation we're going to have today the director of the institute for cartilage repair at the hospital for special surgery so with all that that's mouthful.

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"dr riley" Discussed on Well This Sucks

Well This Sucks

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"dr riley" Discussed on Well This Sucks

"Dingell hernandez is me i hamilton yeah you're tanner her molten herman and i'm heath yeah he's taking her murder them that's not true we're not men i'm heather tanna in yell and oh but did you wanna tell the story i so i he told the story before but it hasn't come out yet but it'll be out by the time we told us by the time this comes up this is okay so my visit to the guy no yeah went to the guy no showed up i was only expecting a consultation the nurses like oh you're going to have an exam and i'm like oh man was a ready for that don what it means to be i mean you know got a mentally prepare to physically prepare it's just anyways physically prepare how another downstairs mix up what are you yeah and move landscape so anyways so she puts me in the room and she's like undress and so i'm prepare myself there as much as i could i guess i don't know i got unrest and i sat on the exam table and there's a knock on the door and i'm like come in and then coming in comes doctor right and i'm just like what cross my arms cross my legs and i'm just like this guy is not examining me you're right now so it's not gonna happen i accepted it and then he just started chatting with me like he wanted to come in and meet me and we were talking for a while and then probably after like two or three minutes maybe it felt like five he was like oh you're not going to have an exam you can go ahead and get this and i was like way i didn't you lead with this dr riley why didn't you come in and say go ahead and get dressed told me the story before i didn't know it was only two to three minutes i expected it to be like twenty minutes like why didn't you tell forever okay.

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"dr riley" Discussed on 8-Bit Book Club

8-Bit Book Club

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"dr riley" Discussed on 8-Bit Book Club

"The fishman from the eighth of border felt stronger just thinking about daddy sprouts i always love of human woman he didn't feel so alone in the w hotel anymore it was time to start up out of the lower depths of the w hotel looking up the fishman from the shape of water spotted a series of long long ladders leading up out of the basement here goes he said beginning to climb he was getting good at climbing by now but it was still hard work mega man struggled up the ladder now mega man fishman from the water ladder he reached the top of the first ladder and began to run along the walkway to get to the next one suddenly hear the sound of static static sex in submerged bathroom was he heard the sound of sexiness emerged back bathroom it was big daddy strauss was big daddy sprouts drinan reach him fish from the water knew that was basel allow voice that murph peasants seen the shape what's going on just all flirty then allowed voice spoke from every corner of the room the fishman from shape of water this is this is dr riley do wanna name team is good friend gear multo i'm just going to call the fish man for jayme of water this gear gale wrote here del toro speak do you read me yes i do said the fish man from shape of water alway gear modell toro she should be bigger man's dad.

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"dr riley" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"dr riley" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Feces and one hundred needles could do get stuck with good these disclose needles who can get hiv hepatitis c those b dr lee riley's infectious disease expert at uc berkeley and call matter could possibly and air and if you happen to find hell that we can also going to your intestine which can be deadly especially for children dr riley is research some of the dirtiest slums in the world but believes contamination levels in parts of san francisco may now be even worse much higher than what was what we see in places like brazil are kanye or india the neighborhoods we serve aid include the notorious tenderloin but also popular tourist spots like union square and major hotels area also include city hall schools playgrounds and a fully station we took hundreds of photos and videotapes along the way we spotted several people shooting up this woman walked right up to my producer before going to the bathroom on the street what this this is nancy pelosi's backyard she's proud of it she likes cultural diversity she likes uh people to express themselves then she give a speech at uc berkeley i think two years ago she said you are the disrupters this is disruption this is the kind of thing that madam pelosi and madam feinstein have sort out in san francisco and you up tight white people who can't take it just get out of that sending that's and that's what they're saying to you in fact get your children out of the city if those little brats start like stepping on human feces then get him out of our city they're not diverse enough for us in any anyway those little brats look i much social service they require and skulls that could be used for other things we don't need sir children are city ordinance free law of what we need is love all we need is love said the beatles now look will love as brought us liquid free love has brought us a human cesspool for years i've been talking about finally hits the news who led this subject meet and now maybe just maybe no nothing will be done about it instead a lunatic supervisor wants to build more temporary housing for more bombs which will attract more bombs would use more drugs and leave more waste in the streets that is not the solution the solution is re instituting vagrancy laws in america which existed until.

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"dr riley" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"dr riley" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"Way this which might be why she had no problem telling us first thoughts on san francisco some how many confusing legal and makes me angry an iowa and our fellow preschoolers have to regularly dodge some of the worst of what san francisco has to offer today we met in iowa senior class walked right by nearly a dozen drug needles that's the kids singing by the way a braille kim davenport is an i was mom and often walks or to school knives safe is not feces underground who needles you've actually have to pull over out of the way too of course i just had to do that this morning so how dirty is the city i hit the streets with my producer to find out together we survey two hundred and fifty three blocks of downtown san francisco we spent three days walking up and down every street inspecting more than twenty miles of the city we found trash on every block three hundred in three piles of feces and one hundred needles can get stuck with these dispose needles who can get hiv hepatitis c for those v dr lee riley's infectious disease expert at uc berkeley and call matter could possibly air and if you happen to find held up can also going to your intestine which can be deadly especially for children dr riley is research some of the dirtiest slums in the world but believes contamination levels in parts of san francisco may now be even worse much higher than what was what we see in places like brazil are kanye or india the neighborhoods we serve aid include the notorious tenderloin but also popular tourist spots like union square and major hotels theory also include city hall schools playgrounds and the police station took hundreds of photos and videotapes along the way we spotted several people shooting up this woman walked right up to my producer before going to the bathroom on the street well that's this is nancy pelosi's backyard she's proud of it she likes cultural diversity she likes uh people to express themselves then she give a speech at uc berkeley i think two years ago she said you are the disrupters this is disruption this is the kind of.

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"dr riley" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

03:16 min | 3 years ago

"dr riley" Discussed on Movin 92.5

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