34 Burst results for "Dr Terry"

Alexa Integration with TELUS Optik TV

Voice in Canada

00:54 sec | 2 months ago

Alexa Integration with TELUS Optik TV

"Terry here with your flash briefing for Wednesday. And today I've got some news about an integration between Lexi and tell us so if you subscribe to took us optic TV, there is now a built-in integration. So let me tell you about this now. I don't have tell us so I can't test this out personally. If any of you have tested this out, then I'd loved your feedback again as usual. Just hit me up on Twitter at dr. Terry Fisher. Here's the report. So apparently as of September 9th tells us launched Alexi integration, including the video skilled wage it and a smart home skill. And so that allows those people to control their Telus Optik TV by Voice via their Echo device. So as you would expect you can search for shows you can control your TV volume you can change channels and this is all done through Lexi.

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Amazon Halo Band Can Detect Emotion

Voice in Canada

02:03 min | 3 months ago

Amazon Halo Band Can Detect Emotion

"I have a very interesting story to share with you again today. Now, it's not directly related with Lexi to be perfectly honest but I think it's another hint of what Amazon Doing Amazon is doing and how Lexie's going to become embedded in our smart devices. Amazon just announced that they have released a new. Health tracking device called the halo, band and it's basically. From what I can tell a competitive device to things like the fit bit. So what does the Halo do? Well first of all, it's there is no face there's no screen on it. It's a device that you wear and everything is underneath the band. So you've got the that's checking your pulse, for example, and here's some of the things the device can do. It includes three body scans for body fat and so on and includes a tracker it can track your physical activity but here's the really interesting part with voice technology it can track your mood and it can use. Voice tone detection to analyze emotion. Now, I have to believe that a next generation of this device or alternately a next generation. lexi device is going to incorporate this technology where the way you speak can actually the analyzed and your emotion can be. Told from the way you are speaking. At the demos of this Halo Band when you? Tells you brief cast dot fm are you feeling sad and so on and my sense is that this is a way for Amazon to try this out, and then somehow lexi voice technology makes sense is going to be incorporated with a way to detect emotion either through this device itself or through Lexi. I would love to hear your comments on this hit me up on twitter Dr Terry, Fisher Dart, E. R. I F. I. S. H. E. R.. How do you feel about that about lexi potentially being able to understand how you are emotionally feeling at any particular time very

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Prions And Infectious Proteins

Talking Biotech Podcast

05:11 min | 4 months ago

Prions And Infectious Proteins

"So today's topic is one I've wanted to address for a long time. It's the topic of Priante, a fascinating area of infectious particles that aren't. Alive, it's not it's not viruses or bacteria or or fungus, and in the days of cove it if you really wanted something else to have to worry about him. Here we go. Here's Priante and fascinating topic that has some very interesting routes and potentially some application to a number of important neurological diseases. So we'll say we're speaking with Dr Cassandra Teri. She's a reader in protein pathology at the London Metropolitan University in London so welcome to the podcast Dr Terry. Thank. You Kevin thanks for having me on. Yeah. This is really really good. I really appreciate you. Taking the time to meet with us because this is a topic that I think has. Just, so captivating. And we really need to start with the basics and there's a disease called Kuru. What is Kuru? and. Why is it important for us to understand pre-owned related disease? Okay. Yes. So curry is a really really interesting disease and. is. A disease that was found the tribes of people in. New Guinea. Um. What you what they used to do as part of that culture is when members family members of their tribe. Would die What they would do is they would actually. Senator. Eat parts of the of the of the person that had dead deceased. And And you know many years later when scientists looking into this, what happened was a lot of people down with this strange Strange symptoms the couldn't really work out why so many people within these tribes were getting these symptoms. So. When scientists eventually looked into it to try work out what was going on and they bend discovered the doing this practice this rich listrik cannibalism I'm what happened was essentially. A parts of the body such as. The central nervous system in the brain were eaten. By members of the tribe and those people who you know these parts of the brain. A parts of their body that were essentially infected with prions they got passed on to people who eat within the tribe. So essentially, what's happening is People within this community came down with the same disease Kuru. So it was it's been directly linked to the fact that. Members of this tribe were essentially add contracting this disease by ingesting m other m humans who had this these prions essentially I mean it's a fascinating disease unluckily this. The which list cannibalism has now been banned, it's not been stopped and there's been no more cases of crew and but it from a scientific point of view. It's very interesting to to see the actually this was one of the first reported cases of a transmission of a disease from humans to other humans. So this is why it's really Important to understand Karoo and from a scientific point of view because it shows prions can be transmitted. From humans to other humans. Now, you say, you say prey on and I've always said Priante and I've taken classes where said preempt is this like a tomato tomato thing like a UK okay. I try on other people, call them Priante if complete. Other. Correct pronunciations. Prions you can call them preowneds his. Just wanted to make sure I. got it right because you don't want to talk to a world expert and get it wrong. So that's a by. Could you tell us more about what is a PRI- on? So. They are essentially transmissible at infectious proteins. So they all proteins which are found within your body. And what they do is they can convert into a abnormally folded form of of the protein. And they can actually be transmitted. To species on cools disease essentially an infectious protein possible. It's really interesting stuff. So so you say they're naturally found in the body what is their role in the central nervous system? This is this is really important questions so. Obviously, lots of people, lots of scientists have tried to look at what it actually meant to be doing when they're not on the disease state, and actually if you look at mouse models, if you knock this protein out this off pc prion protein, if you knock your towels in mouse models. Mice. Absolutely. Fine. So exactly what it's doing in the body is not entirely clear. So there's lots of different theories are what it could be doing, but to this day was still not entirely sure what the prion protein does when it's not causing disease.

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"dr terry" Discussed on Heather Dubrow's World

Heather Dubrow's World

05:34 min | 5 months ago

"dr terry" Discussed on Heather Dubrow's World

"We did. It's a very interesting place that quarterlane some things I, really like about it. Some things I don't like about it. It's funny. 'cause I'm not really one who responds to the trees and to a lake. I'm a city guy, and so I was thinking. I was I was looking around gone. Rather be here or Manhattan clean. Virus free going rather be in Manhattan, but. It and if I'm here, can I relax do I feel like that's imported is a good question. I don't know I. Don't know. Can you relax anywhere? I? Can Relax you know in a place. I'm comfortable. Yeah, so if we have our own house there and you designed it. I could be comfortable exactly what I said to. Lensing, yeah, but here's the problem you know. Vacation homes are somewhat like boats. The thing day you get the best day and best as the day you get it and again. If you, Google! Vacation homes. It's nothing, but don't do it, don't do. And I can see why you know, so. Let's say you use it three months a year nine months a year. You're feeding it. You're keeping it alive. You have to work to keep it alive. You're not using it. It's a big decision as big big decision now. I know why you want because you had a vacation home. Growing up to. Right yet one. On now as it until we were grown though. You had that one in the yeah, and so your precious memories about and you loved it. You think that would be helpful for our kids. Yeah I do. I, know you you probably agree with that or else. You wouldn't even be considering it to be honest with you I'm. It's I'm not considering I'm doing it. Because you want and I love you, and so I'll do anything for you, but I just don't WanNa make the big mistake, but I think we're a little too old and wise to make the big mistake, but. You know one thing. I don't WanNa do is get in a situation. Where were committing? We're doing this thing in the world. Come screeching halt. damister optimistic. Right, but I also trust. Verify I want to be smart and so. Anyway. But. I'd spent the weekend in general is fun. The weekend was fun and where we have these best friends named Mike Gain. They're the most fun. They're hilarious and they're the easiest people in the world view and they're very generous. You mentioned the flight back. Is that dead S. TO BOURGEOIS I? Did I said even though southwest? It's such a great job. I was glad to fly back on our navy. Next door. Neighbors G. Four was awesome I. Mean You know listen? We're trying to be. We're very. This is gonNA, sound like complete BS, and it's it gets your bs meter going I understand. But we're pretty down to Earth. Considering that were exposed to people who are very successful of all walks of life, and so we walk into this guy's house. I'm sure you already told me the story. And he goes, you can go back in my plane. It's like you're playing. Yeah, I go well. It depends what kind of plan you have. Job He goes G. Four G. Four. He's like that'll do. I said depends what kind of snacks on board. If you've became instant friends. Never WANNA go on a private plane. Not that we've been so many times because we really have now just a handful, but one time going private plane completely ruins you you. It's like you. It's like if you've been eating stale chicken, you're. Suddenly so it makes you refresh hot rotisserie your with barbecue sauce. You're going okay. I've never eating that chicken. I can't eat that chicken again. At every time that chicken and you know there's fresh hot rotisserie barbecue. It just ruins chicken. Right, that is so weird being on a private police. Oh, not yet. The weird is Buddhist thing. Oh my gosh I mean I wish all of you the opportunity to go on at once 'cause I've only been a couple times a plane. Do. You've been on more than me. Yet because we have. Friend who owns hotels who flies private everywhere when he invites you to go places, it's like it's so fun that you will go to a place. Just for the Flight Nancy actually sat on the way home. I wish the flight were longer weird. You know it's funny. It's like it's like your. Ride to work. What's that called your community? You you don't want to commute of an hour because that's too long, you don't want to commute a five minutes, either because that's too short, you WanNa like twenty minutes. Yeah, that's a good sweet spot eighteen to twenty and so you want commute on a private peel least two hours. Not an hour. You don't get July you're. GonNa Vegas? It's like Oh that's it. That's it you know two hours. And how long is the flight probably two hours now two and a half? It is tuna. It's sort of perfect good fight. Yeah, and what is it about a plane that the moment you get on the plane you want alcohol and food and food is a flying bar. Totally it's so so cool. So that places interesting. You talk about the the pneumonia so interesting because it's. It's so.

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"dr terry" Discussed on Heather Dubrow's World

Heather Dubrow's World

09:13 min | 5 months ago

"dr terry" Discussed on Heather Dubrow's World

"Times a week right here on podcast. One welcome back everybody well I've brought back. The brilliant challenged the humble the me Dr Terry, Dubrow! Sweet log talk about yeah I mean. It's you know last time was with you. What did we talk about? What are we folks that the masks and the winds and the safety, and all that right now. We're GONNA. Talk about the fact. I think if you want to the fact that things are spy spiraling out of control, and that we're now closing down the country again again, and but doing it in a very systematic way, and realizing that people are F., l., O. U. teeing now, touting flouting the mandates, the rules, common sense and really being. Idiot! We have jug about I just had a Cova Test Yep. We're talking about what it's like to get a cova jest. Oh I see where we're going with this. Our daughter just came out as by on. Instagram, we talk about that a little bit by the way I've known them for so long it. Was Like da I was telling Lindsey yesterday I said. My sister was mad at me because I didn't tell them why. It's been so long. It just didn't like. Make me think about, but anyway we're talking about all that. And then we just traveled and what was like to travel. So much stuff, but let's let's start with the Cova test honey. Tell everyone your experience, so if you haven't had a cova test the Kobe, there, there are a couple kinds of Kobe chest right one is for the actual virus whether you have the virus in your system or not, and the other is four antibodies that's called serology. That's a blood test. The the viral test you either. Either get by taking a piece of the Mikasa year. Throw behind your nose, or you can do saliva okay. The serology blood test friend of I don't bother. It's worthless. It not useful doesn't tell you anything. They're very inaccurate, so don't get that which I had and that was negative a couple of weeks ago, but why was that the thing? Wasn't that the thing before they were saying? Saying Oh see if you have the antibodies because that means, you already had it or would. You protected now well. We didn't know because we thought maybe if you have the antibodies. May You're protected? The problem is if you have the antibody whether it's antibody to a cold virus to the COVID plus the tests aren't accurate, and you don't know doesn't mean you're exposed three months ago and And maybe you don't have enough antibodies around anymore to give you any kind of protection because you think about it, you can get a coal, but you can get another cold six weeks later right into the cold three months later. It's not like having the flu where you get a good flu vaccine. It really does confer protection, so no one really knows so forget the antibody just haven't. Then there's the of the virus or not okay now. Obviously, if you have the virus you need to be corn teed watch yourself. Symptoms needed start really significant pulmonary hygiene, which we can talk about some other time beyond the scope of this right now, but. The question is. How do you do a Kobe test? Well, the best way saliva not goods about fifty percent accurate. Don't do saliva waste yet the other way there's two kinds of ways based on nasal swabs. One is they dig a direct nasal swab you have to send it off to a lab takes one to four days depending on the amount of the labs and how fast they're going where they have. Have the reagents or not, and then there's a fifteen minute fast rapid Kobe testing. You can only get in hospitals. All Friends of ours has seemed to be able to have concierge doctors bring it house, but I wonder how accurate those are not bad. They're not as good as the one from the nasal ferries, the back of your nose, but but anyway when they do the test. Test they stick this instrument in there that is, it looks like a q tip, a long q tip on Swab and if you look very carefully added very small, but it's got these spikes on its victory walls, and it's designed it sort of dig into the back of your nose behind behind your knows where your throat is called. The nasal ferrings intake nasal. Khoza and to do that you. You gotTA stick this thing way in there. You GotTa hold it in their one thousand, two thousand, and then you get rotated clockwise counterclockwise, and so on to make sure you get a good specimen and then pulled out, so it's like a four second thing. The problem is this. The nasal ferrings is not supposed to have any liquid solids or even much air in there. It's those the. It's an area. Your body where you're receptors, go. Yeah, I don't want anything. Except for like oxygen the atmosphere so when you put something back there, and by the way I got waterboarded once for a TV show I did, and that's like the ultimate pudding solids back there, just solid liquid just terrible so anyway. A my experience was they put it in there. He dug it around and I. When I work for for the next two hours. I felt like he was still doing it. Phil again a nose bleed, and I'm tough. I'm a lot tougher than ninety nine percent of people. You'll ever either way. You said it was so unpleasant. You said you felt violated. Member yeah. What else did you say like I had a brain biopsy? Yes, like they stuck something in there and pulled out a PC of right and wrong. The bug you afterwards an hour by the way just you know the. If you have a Patou itary tumor, series Glan various kinds of hormones like growth hormone. Thyroid stimulating hormone to you know. In other hormones in your brain, you can actually take it out by going through the nose, and without even opening up your skull and operate on your brain through your nose. That's how close your brain is to that part of the back of your crane, so if you stick a probe back, there are people have their eiser watering. There's a lot of nerves connected to the orbital area. Heather got twitching for that I couldn't get twitching. Hey. The whole thing, so I was like my eyes twitching from the Soi on what was your experience, so I was really scared because you told me how unpleasant it was and I. Know How tough you are thinking of you are complaining about it so much, and how it bothered you for so long afterwards like what I was very nervous. What do you think I did that? Why why did you tell me about it was so? It'd be better, but this Utah by the good try. Good try. You told me about the way. Patient something's really GonNa hurt and you nothing them up like crazy. Even if they have a little pain, they go. This is nothing I. Tell them it's not gonNA. Hurt and they have any pain. So that's. Why did a few yeah? Yeah except except for the fact that you told me the story before I was GONNA. Ever get it. That's true. So anyway so I was very scared, so I went in there, but it actually did help me because I did Amelia Freak Nancy out to be on. So I went in there and I was very nervous and I sat there, and it was just like okay. I'm just going to believe any. Doctor wanted to show me how long it will as in the spikes. No, I'm good I'm good, so he did the test and I thought. My iced up my my I was twitching for about twelve hours afterwards, but besides that and I thought it was. Okay and you didn't feel what would. He pulled it out like you had been violated back. There wasn't right. Maybe you don't have. Just don't have as much brain right behind there as I do. Maybe my nose is. Sensitive Got My results back. You did and obviously let me see results are. So, can we talk? About all your various ailments that maybe associated with could the covert that you know well, you want to know what's so crazy so I've had this like irritating and a headache for few days, but in these days and times you can't have a cold. You are either healthy, or you are a potential cove patient. It's very odd will if you think about. About which were so careful about 'em, voiding people in washing our hands worry masks that the incidence of Kohl's this year must be zero must be so down that it's absurdly how many people are getting regular flu? I haven't heard of anybody getting a regular food. Nobody's mixing and matching now. People are being really shameful about how they're behaving, and that's why. That's why I mean you know what it was like the restaurant we were talking about last week. Wherever was on top of each other? You can't do that and I've seen pictures of people in pools together hanging out drinking on top of each other like crazy. I mean it was like. People were so upset about being lockdown. They said Oh this doesn't exist. It's not here. It's not killing anybody, and let's just go out and party. Well. Guess what you're seeing now. The spikes from it so. governesses doing the right thing. He just closed down the by the way business coming out on Friday. We don't even know what will be by Friday. Wonder why how they're gonNA handle July fourth weekend so I. Missed it, so they were going to close the Nietzsche. Did and they're definitely close. Laguna beach is closed and so as all of La county beaches I wonder if they'll do any fireworks. No and then we have, why wouldn't they?.

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"dr terry" Discussed on Heather Dubrow's World

Heather Dubrow's World

08:28 min | 5 months ago

"dr terry" Discussed on Heather Dubrow's World

"Okay, so there are UV see led lights that emit UV short wavelength radiation that when you apply them to surfaces with an extraordinarily short period of time, they literally melt the bonds that hold the nucleic acids that make up the in the case of a virus, the Arnie or the nucleic acids in the case of bacteria the DA. Basically! It's called D. Nature, it basically melts the viruses it melts the DNA at all in melts the bacteria, not only that it melts funguses and melts. So. It's super powerful. In fact, studies have shown that if you have a hospital superbug nothing worse than a hospital superbug. That mercer resistant to every kind of antibiotic. A UV light will burn it away and twenty seconds seriously. Yeah, hospital! Use that we do now. Really Yeah. He's in the surgery center. We do now all right, so here's my question because our money understanding of alcohol wipes and you know it's funny because I remember that at orange theory. And they've always been very clean always with the whites, but I remember them saying you can't wait with the screen because they would end up hurting the electronic. That's right, so that's very interesting to me, so because I before I got the device to clean the phone I was using the Little Hall White, but that's not good for the electronic, though on implicit. Ports the sides and everything right so, but here's my question I've got this device I come home and put my phone in there right, and it takes a minute, and now it's done everything you've said so now. How long has it clean for? Until it comes in contact with the again right, so you're okay at home because your home. Yeah, you're okay at home, but you know Suzanne. Leave and come back. You should sterilize. When you're out, stop hold onto your head. Well. I mean I would take a upc one with you. Maybe everyone should have what in the car well I think you should have one on your wrist. Real I. Mean I think if you go into a restaurant? heckler spray. It really is I mean if you go to a restaurant and you're not carrying a UPC. That you can pull out I. Think you're making a giant mistake. Why would you and not only that a UV? One good one you? Can you be one? The air around you and it's an air purifier. Anything Movie See Light Sees. It kills. Okay so here my questions. Number One. We have these devices we can put our stuff into. Your keys your phone a path to fire all different things we can throw them in these bags and he's and he's containers, and they sanitize them in less than a minute, and then you're good. Until they come in contact, so it's probably something we wanted to at the end of the day soon as we get at home that whole thing year. So talk to me about a lamp once the air and I want to talk about the lawn, so the one because when this first when we first started going to a restaurant where we have the wand, I would white. Just like I did with the airplane, I would take A. Alkaloid wipe everything down. Do you think we still need to do that and use the one I think if you could only pick one, I would use the one, but I would bring both I'll tell you why, because I used to wipe the surfaces of off particulate matter you know and so. Because it's gross. Anyway the People's fingerprints and there it is on there who knows their their skins cells around there I don't want to touch their skins. No task, and so, but the problem is. You can't wipe down. Every. Part every square centimeter of the surface area. You're at your light sees everything and what your light sees it kills. It kills bacteria, viruses, and fungus and it. It's been shown you be like to kill Corona virus. Of course it does, and on what surfaces on would on Nadal either it wherever it is, it kills it. You know it's like if you think about it when you've got a bullet, it doesn't matter what the person is laying on. The bullet kills them. Okay, so let's say you're on a plane. And you get on the plane. You Take Your Wand and you. Your seat area around I personally would wipe everything first, and then you. That's the way you do all that, and now you're sitting there. I go to the bathroom. Oh, I! Bring the one in the bathroom. You're going to want to the bathroom before you go me. You'RE GONNA one the air in the bathroom. You can wander air, or you need the land of the lamp. Okay, so you BBC. Does Guan. Do the error now. Yeah, it does well in your immediate vicinity. Fresher air purifier so then when you go back to your seat. Do I have to rewind the seat? The EAT. No, not really because you know I, mean it. You know it's a question of what did you touch? What is your your clothes? Come in contact with the other thing is and the other thing is. You can't wipe down your clothes. You can't wipe down your purse. You can't wipe down electron devices, so you gotta you Wanda. Do you want yourself EXAC- well, you will. You just don't want your skin and you don't want your eyes. You don't want your skin. What if you're wearing a short sleeved shirt and you WANNA want your shirt wander Sherpa. Don't want wonder forearms the explosives yet. Do well. It's toxic to human cells. I didn't even. All Right? This is good information all right now. Let's talk a little lantern, so there's a thing called a upc lap, and what that is, it's a device where you place in a room or frigerator or copy or your workspace, your cubicle, and what that does you you press most of them for a couple of seconds, and they go on, and what you do, is you take the plants you take the pets in all the people out of that space closed the door, and they have cycle typically from fifteen to thirty minutes, and what they do. Is they clean everything in the room including the ceiling, the carpet all the services. Services and cleared the air to. And then when the cycle is relatives typical thirty minute cycle, you waited additional forty minutes before you go back in the room, so you remember the old days when you had fleas and you put the flea bomb room. This is your micro biology ball, so if you're going to hotel, yeah, I mean you would go in you first of all you'd want everything wind everything first, and then I would wipe everything down. I want everything personally right, but then you take your UPC. Lamp your lamp and you would place it an illegal if the room leaves and like maybe one in the bathroom, too. Yeah, and then leave, and then come back a long way it will. Typically there are thirty minute cycle, so it's thirty minutes plus forty to let the ozone clear because it's what they're doing is. They're making a little bit of an ozone layer which is no big deal. Do you know it's clear? It's all clear forty minutes. Probably by the wage cleared five minutes right, so we need an hour and ten minutes at the seventy minutes. Yeah, so so you wiped? You want you turn on your air thing and then you go to the bar and you wipe and you want and you sit in your math for me. For me, wiping his wonderful, but I'm wandering every year Iowa Guy. 'cause the one a wonder, well, I don't know that I can wipe everything you're by how much time you spend wiping off a hotel room I. AM pretty good. Are you wiping the sheets and bedding now? Well, that's what this does. The CBC lap. Yet neutralizes everything so. I think these are things that you have to. You have to realize that it's a war. It's a biological war that's going on them against US and they're winning right now. Okay, so we need the mask. We need to wear them properly. We need a wand. And I can't remember what you less glimp- and you have. The okay, so we need those things here for the ceiling for the carpet a whole room. Yeah, you're looking at your knees, and you know and we need a device to put our phone in and our keys in and all that stuff I. Would.

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"dr terry" Discussed on Heather Dubrow's World

Heather Dubrow's World

08:11 min | 5 months ago

"dr terry" Discussed on Heather Dubrow's World

"One welcome back everybody well today on the show I. Have a very special gap, extraordinarily special guest. If I do citizens, specials area, handsome gas Dr Terry Dubrow. Yes, he makes me call him. Dr Okay you just lost some credibility and thing they've seen me. They know well. What's so interesting about the handsome? Handsome things so what I know a lot of people know about you. Is that or me? They don't know about you. Is that you of television like television is a passion of yours and always has been ever since we met I. Love is the best medium for story. Jelly you've always always loved it so I know. Everyone knows you're on botched, and you're the host of licence to kill that you created. But what it? What people might know that? You've been sort of trying to dip your toe into the scripted world for the last? Twenty twenty one years. Yes, okay so Terry! Terry and his friend Rob wrote this this script. By the way the story is great. I will not be surprised if this ends up getting made. I'm just preface it with not, but they've literally been working on this for twenty one years. And if you do ever get this made well I mean. What a commentary on persistence! The only reason I'm bringing all this up is not related to sing accolades. It's to discuss the fact that when you write a treatment for a show you write. Something called a deck and a deck is basically. It's the format of the show. It basically tells you in of a page or so what the show's about where it's going over? This is in terms of the ARCS, and what you could expect from the characters right so in that thing in that deck you describe the characters and you WanNa give whoever's reading it like a really good jewel on what the character large over you're going. So you WANNA. Like say you know here's my here's my show, so let's talk about the part of Gina Okay, she's got red frizzy hair, and she wears glasses, and she's a librarian type I mean you WanNa get out someone a picture so series Jack, I I'm sitting at his computer. And this thing Bob's hiking, and I'm looking at the deck and it says because it's his story. Basically, it's like Terry. dubrow Dr Jerry. Jerry debris character in the show. Tell everyone how you describe. Dr Terry so so it's base is ten well. Give a little context deck is about my jet. My years is in a general surgery residency training program, and it takes seven years, and you go from internal chief resident. You start with twenty you end up with Ford's brutal cunning and you know very competitive by the time you become chief year your chief year. You're like you know the top guy in the hospital, so yeah, it's a very compelling story by the way I heard about the story for for twenty years, and I love it I. Think it's amazing, but that's not why I'm bringing it up, so should I pull it up. You know what I'm just going to pull it off. Have the deck on your phone. You. Kind of sexual. I'm describing the characters of the show at the first character is a character name. Dr Terry. WHO's chief resident? Described sort of what he or she is like. And would you keep it your name? No will obviously not for the show. I know Nelson sometimes, but I wanted. You want to give a visual impression to the reader of what you can expect the character to look like to act law and the story arc that he goes through here. She goes through. And, so you know I was describing the doctor Terry tomorrow chief respondent character. I wasn't describing me per se. But you have to understand that in the okay so side and on the right hand side it says chief residents chief resident Terry. Do Bro Think Tom Cruise. Think Tom Cruise in top gun, but smarter and craftier with an exceedingly biting and Sardonic sense of humor. Yeah well. That's what I want you to think. Okay, Tom, cruise wasn't saying I. Ever looked like Tom Cruise by the way I of course I never. Did you guys you know and you ever see like a recreate like a recreation drama where they make a movie and they show you the real people are. Like one times they'll get it right with Erin, Brockovich. Julia Roberts did a really great job kind of. Embodying that character. Wolf Wolf on Wall Street I. Mean Leonardo Dicaprio Gorgeous Jordan? Not Gorgeous. Not on handsome handsome, but not Leonardo. DiCaprio well I mean one has to suspend disbelief I mean. It is a film I'm just saying Tom Cruise suspend disbelief. Baby, right there you go. Go give me something think about so I'm excited to be on headed rose world on the big podcast I. Mean it's like wow. What did I do to to be worthy of Heather Dubose World? Appearance I asked you. I asked you because I. Love You and second of all because you and I keep talking about. The pandemic and what's going on, and how people should be protecting theirselves, and we've been restaurants now. I would love to talk to you about masks and gloves. You've sanitize sanitizers. Those two things in particular and with gloves in particular what the recommendations for restaurants! What you think is a better idea that those things and we are actually no one knows this. This was sort of a last minute thing. But Tarangire taking. When you guys hear this, we will be away. We are taking a super secret trip. Super secret for very particular reason and it's out of state. And wants to get an airplane gotta stay right now. I don't really want to do that, but we WANNA protect ourselves so that's why I wanted you on. Because you know what people are leaving their houses, they are going to restaurants where seeing a surge in cases, so it's a really a question of. How do we protect ourselves, so let's let's start with masks. Because that's the number one thing to say I agreed is. Can I start with saying? It's horrifying. The way people are acting. Even people who are properly aware and paranoid and concern are an whom are social distancing. It's horrifying the way they're handling their masks. It's really wrong there with do. In fact, they are facilitating potential transmission of the virus to their absorption, mucosal surfaces I e, the nose, the eyes and the mouth by the way that the wearing the masks they're blowing. It America is blowing an and ninety nine percent of people I see out. There are blowing it with their mess. We need to do a PSA a public service. We're going to do a video. Yeah, WE'RE GONNA post a video with this when this podcast airs. On this day, so go to. My instagram, Heather dubrow and we're GONNA. Do a video, so you can see how to properly. Because you know what's crazy. There were things that I didn't even think of well. Here's the thing. Why do we wear a mask? Okay? When this whole pandemic for started, we were told you don't need to wear a mask. And when the CDC and everybody said that I went. Wow, what why and it was clear that the government was lying because they wanted. Wanted the master to be available for for slight healthcare workers, because really think about how Smart Asians are who've been facing these pandemic crises for all these years and how smart and brilliant, these people are that wear masks even when there isn't a prevailing pandemic going on, they know what they're doing and they before the corona virus. We're wearing masks. We would see. See them in our airports in American. Go, what's wrong with them?.

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"dr terry" Discussed on Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

04:57 min | 6 months ago

"dr terry" Discussed on Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

"I really prefer myself like you mentioned the blending because you have the fiber, you have all the the little things. Maybe we don't know even know about yet. You have the whole plant there. Instead of just extracting the juice correct you know it now we can do this continuous glucose monitoring. And so that's a really great tool that's available to see. If you, sugars are going out back and help you titrate your food choices. Keep that blood sugar. Nice. Even okay. Can you explain that to our audience that is? So So we've been marching sugar for a long time originally just had urine strips that was a long time ago. Then we're excited we could do blood glucose monitoring at home by checking your finger in that means now. For. Your finger one to four times a day. And that can be very helpful for diabetics. But now we also have continuous glucose monitoring where you put the device on your arm. And use, your smartphone. To come over the Monitor and you get instantaneous would reading now it's the interstitial fluid. So it's not. The same as your. Blood sugar within your bloodstream. But this isn't credibly useful tool because it let it gives me feedback that. On the basis of my genetics in bugs bacteria, my micro piol that influences, do I get a big sugar spike after eating an apple? Or not do I get a big sugar spike after having that green juice or not? Because some people can tolerate out but others. Like yourself or myself I know that that will give me a bigger blood pressure spike than what I want. So my preference is to have a lowered by scenic index Diet So that ledger stays nice and even. So, where do you WANNA see your blood sugar pre and post mealtime. Well. Ideally, you'd like to have your fasting blood sugar below ninety, and ideally below eighty five, it's in ideally it stays between eighty five and maybe one hundred and twenty, five, hundred fifty even after eating if they're shooting up to two hundred..

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"dr terry" Discussed on Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

05:30 min | 6 months ago

"dr terry" Discussed on Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

"Terry is an institute for Functional Medicine Certified. Practitioner. She's also a clinical professor of medicine at the University of Iowa where she conducts clinical trials and I was really impressed with this one. In twenty eighteen, you were awarded the Institute for Functional Medicine Linus Pauling Award for your contribution in research clinical care and patient advocacy. Congratulations. That's pretty awesome. Do and basically I met Dr. Cherry at A. Business Conference, a mastermind group and I was just so impressed with her work in what she's doing. And the reason I'm excited to have her on the show as the I had a dear uncle who I saw decline over twenty year period with Ms and Dr Terry focuses on. On MS and other health conditions and how those things can be reverse. Now Dr Terry, you have an amazing story I've seen pictures of you in a wheelchair I watched your tedtalk which by the way has over three point three, million us. The talk is on my minding your Mitochondria and my community is certainly well aware of the importance of Mitochondria and how it relates to cancer and health in general. So welcome to the show. Dr Terry. I'm excited to share your story. Thank you so much for having me and the really a so much overlap between your approach and my approach towards helping our patients create the most health that is possible for them. That's right. So let's always talk about the pain that led to your passion. That's always there the beginning story I like. So, your conventional medicine doc and I was actually very skeptical of special diets and supplements now but God has mysterious way of teaching us. In two thousand, I developed Weakest Milo flag was ultimately diagnosed with. Multiple. Sclerosis. Out The very best people in the country took the newest drugs but went relentlessly downhill. In fact, it had twenty seven years of worsening try JEMELE which the electrical face paints across my face. In seven years of relentless worsening of my MS symptoms despite seeing the best people I and Benchley. I. Would that I'd have to experiment on my own I so the first thing I did was I you know discovered the work of Lauren credentialing. I end..

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A Fun Alexa Routine

Voice in Canada

01:16 min | 6 months ago

A Fun Alexa Routine

"Today I, want to follow up on what we talked about yesterday and that was. How do you create routines? And that was all I went to a lot of detail in the podcast by the way. If you want to listen to that podcast, you just to AOL A in Canada dot ca slash one twenty nine. So since creating that I've been thinking myself. How can I create some cooler teams? Do some fun stuff and I thought maybe that can use it to. Call, a practical joke, but just something to interact with my kids with, and so what I did was set up routine when I say Lexi and my son's name is in the room or my daughter's name is in the room. Then Lexi will respond with some sound effects like an air horn, applause, cheering that sort of thing and say something like my son like you're the man ad I know it seems kind of silly when I say it out loud like that, but he got a real kick out of it, and so I wonder if there are other things that we could do that would be really fun ways and you could use Lexi to. To surprise some people in your home when they say certain things so thinking about that I'd love to hear your feedback on that. sent me messages on twitter Dr Terry Fisher, Dart are Fisher or on the facebook community page. AL A in Canada. Dot Ca Slash community I'd love to hear that things that you're doing with your

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Voice User Interface Design for Healthcare with Ilana Meir

Voice First Health

06:07 min | 6 months ago

Voice User Interface Design for Healthcare with Ilana Meir

"I'm Dr Terry Fisher, a physician and voice technology futurist. Voice Technology is rapidly becoming the operating system of our lives, and it will completely revolutionized the way we experience healthier. Let's talk voice. He there and welcome to the podcast episode sixty six of voice I health I am so pleased to have you along for today's podcast. Speaking with Alanna mayor, who is one of the leading experts when it comes to we design voice, user, interface, design, and specifically at the intersection with healthcare. She is a chapter contributor to the recently released book voice, Technology and healthcare, and she comes on the podcast today to speak about expertise, provide some tips about voice, user, interface, design, and really share so much. Much of her knowledge with us, so if you are looking at potentially creating some type of voice experience, whether it is for healthcare or otherwise, you're going to want to listen to this podcast episode, because there are some real nuggets in here when it comes to designing your voice experience so without any further ado I'd love to welcome Alannah onto the podcast. Okay welcome Atlanta. It is a real pleasure to have you on the podcast today. Thanks so much for being here. Yeah, it's good to be here again. Thanks for having me. It's been a long time since we chatted on the on the PODCAST, but we have chatted on and off over I. Guess it's almost a couple of years now since we first met I think at one of the earlier voice conferences. I've been following what you're doing. And you certainly are an expert in design voice user interface design, so I was really excited to have you back on, and as well a lot of listeners will know you are a chapter contributor for the new. Book Voice Technology Healthcare and I wanted to chat with you about that as well so before we get into all that money, if I could ask you to introduce yourself a little bit to the listeners. Sure. I'm automate year. A voice, interface, designer or conversation designer. And I specialize in healthcare I've worked for a number of pairing provider organizations clients of mine I helping them specifically with patient. Wonderful and I'm always interested. Any listeners are to. How does one get into voice design? Like what's what's the background there? I was just thinking about that this morning and I think that the way people have historically gotten into design into voice design is different from how people are currently getting into it or will continue to get in in in the future so historically. It attracted a lot of linguists and linguists is still important, but now gratuity of people are coming to the. Fields from places like like interaction, design or you ex design those. Places for me I came to the field from anthropology and psychology and Marketing Akrons at the about strategic communications and The. Understanding of people's inner workings also. the cultural systems that they act with it so really there. There are a variety of pads in the ice that I always give people. Is You have your unique strengths that you're bringing to the field? The new should build on those strengths and pitch the strengths. That's great and so, what was your first little? Your entrance into the voice designed specifically for you then was there. was there something that you experienced that me think? Oh, I want to be part of this voice technology industry, or is there any particular little story there? I. Fell into voice design I really wanted to be a product designer of really any sort, I was working in marketing. I WANNA make wanted to make the transition into design and. Ended up in voice design, which happened to be. A good combination of things like my singing background. My my marketing thing about the strategic communications again background. And a nice combination of logical thinking in creative thinking that I really enjoy. That's great and the seniors are interesting, because there's so many people that I've spoken to in voice in the industry that have some some sort of creative background and I think just really lends itself, so that's that's really interesting as well. So. You're an expert designer. As I mentioned in this chapter, and hopefully we had a little bit about the content, but also your take on voice, user, interface design, and why that is so important, because no, you're passionate about that, so maybe we can start there, and like why. Why is this an important area and particularly for healthcare as well? Often. People think about design as the pretty Bo that you put on a present. And ready ready for handoff, but I think that's a that's a big misconception, a missed opportunity. I design. Is really the last mile logistics that get this thing that you put so much thought effort into where you want it to go, and so you wouldn't have this amazing idea in. And then just haphazardly put it together and put it in the mail without any protection, you know it's possible that conducted the recipient unharmed by it's much better ally and to align strategically with your organization. better to think about who is the recipient tower. They going to receive this and make sure that everything is built. To? to forge that relationship between the sender in this case, payer provider organizations and and the patients. You need the right packing materials you need the right building materials, and you need the right box. You need the right track to make sure that it gets tale. That that patient.

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Samsung Outdoor TV with Amazon Alexa

Voice in Canada

02:30 min | 6 months ago

Samsung Outdoor TV with Amazon Alexa

"You have been wondering if you can have a smart tv that you can control by voice with Lexi but here's the catch outside then. You may be very interested in what I have to tell you. There is a new TV. That is coming out by Samsung. Actually Samsung Canada. They have unveiled the TV called. The Terrace. It's a four K. Q. led TV. They're not cheap but they are built to allow them to be quite rugged and to have some water resistance and dust resistance and so they are designed to be outside. And what's interesting is. They are compatible with multiple voice system. So it includes of course bixby also Google assistant but also Amazon Lexi. So if this is something that would interest you you might want to check it out. They're not cheap. I'll tell you that much These are going to be going on sale. June twenty twenty and these are the prices. The fifty five inch is five thousand dollars. The sixty five inch is seven thousand dollars and the seventy five inch is nine thousand dollars. So that's the story if you want it. It's there starting in June all right and let's do a quick shout out to one of the most recent people that left a review for the flash briefing and this one is by somebody goes by the name of Book Lover and this is a great reviews of thank you so much for this review book. Clever gave it five stars and wrote great content. Highly informative voice candidates a great effort by Dr Terry Fisher. I listened to his flash briefing most mornings and learn something new each time from Amazon technology example fire TV and LEXI devices APPs try with Lexi and commands for Lexi. It's wonderful Dr Fisher. Being a physician also provides medical information that Lexi can also assist us with Dr Fisher has a great knowledge of the lexi devices. And what is up and coming both new lexi world as well as what is coming to Canada. A highly recommend that anyone with a lexi device also tap into voice in Canada for his daily briefings to become better educated. In what this powerful tool can do for us in our everyday. Lives a big. Thank you to a busy gentleman. Who obviously has a passion for technology and science? Thanks Dr Fisher. Wow thank you so much a booklet. I wish I knew your real name. That obviously took some time to write and I really appreciate that. What can I say. It's just so wonderful to hear those types of types of things and I'm glad that you are finding it valuable so thank you very much

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Drop-In or Call with Alexa?

Voice in Canada

02:18 min | 8 months ago

Drop-In or Call with Alexa?

"Is the question that I got through email. And it's from Michael East and is a fantastic question really common question in a really really pertinent question. Given what's going on right now with the whole social distancing thing so he says this. This is this question right. He says in order to keep keep in touch. My mother-in-law we purchased to echo shows. Okay Great. They're all set up on my count and they communicate well in our house right now. Is it a simple matter of just dropping it off dropping one unit off at the mother-in-law's house and then getting on her Wifi and we're ready to go? Meaning we would simply say call Omar from our home and we'll connect to her. So here's the deal with this question. Michael this is a great question so if I'm understanding you correctly when you say that they're set up on your account and they communicate well in your in your house what I'm assuming you mean is that the eco- show for you and for your mother-in-law are both under the same Amazon account now if that's the case when you bring it into her home and you set it up on her Wifi my understanding is that it is still under your account correct. So you're not actually going to be calling her which you're going to be doing is you're going to be dropping in because when you use the drop in feature it's like an intercom and it's like it's virtually in the same home because it's in the same account and so you're going to have to give that echo show a name whether it is. Oma or whatever it is you're gonNA then se on. Oma The other thing that you may have to do is you may have to make sure that you have enabled the communication settings and that's done through the Alexi APP on the communicate button at the bottom. And then you'll see a drop in tab and it will allow you to choose which devices you are allowed to drop in on so you might want to set that up before you bring it over to her house. I hope that makes sense when you would use the call feature if it's somebody that you're calling through a device through an echo device but you're not on the same account you're calling an independent person so I hope that makes sense. Please let me know if that doesn't answer your question. I hope that does help. And if anybody else has any feedback on that then feel free to join the discussion on twitter. Just you can use Use My twitter handle and I will make sure to share out the information might twitter handles Dr Terry

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"dr terry" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

One Life Radio Podcast

07:54 min | 8 months ago

"dr terry" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

"A penny. I takes out grain So these versions let people still have Dairy in them so it's more A diet that is before agriculture so no grains nobles it may or may not include Deri Acuna. Genetic Diet is very high fat Much lower car blower and protein however. It's very good for controlling seizures. Being studied for cancer for mental health issues in neurologic dishes in for diabetes. However I am telling people to not do genyk eating jury the coded pandemic because it's When you're in fasting KETOGENIC EATING. There's a decrease in immune cell activity and it may increase your vote. Your risk of getting the code and heavy to more severe reaction. If you do get it so I would just do the Paleo Diet now and then once we're through this code crises and we're not so worried about that Colbert infection. Then you could explore whether or not a key. Genyk diet would be appropriate What are some other things right now that our listeners could do like right now do today so right now get your blood. Sugar and butter control so for sure. Please get rid of the sugar. Get rid of this week. Beverages Reduce or eliminate the flour based products Even if they're gluten free. I'd rather you have vegetables. Yeah your source of protein There should be meat or gluten free grains and legumes if you're by deterrent. And what did you play vitamin C? So I'm very fond of having people have Sauerkraut it's a great source of Vitamin C. it's a good source of prebiotic fiber. So that's really good for your your immune cells and I am very fond of making sure. People have plenty of Vitamin A. When you're facing infection so this is why I strongly encourage liver once a week or the organ meat capsules every day. A lot of people like Dr Alvin Dannenberg. Who's been on the show regularly? I don't know if you know Dr Walls. But he has continued despite for cancer by using some of these products. Like you said meet organ meat from Grass Fed and finished animals and had a lot of success with that actually is doing quite well in his has survived a well beyond what they expected him to. So yes yes Liber is a superfood. I recommend it highly that six to eight ounces. A week I think it should be part of everyone's diet. It will have vitamin in it. They'll have a lot of B. Vitamins. It also has the thinking We all know that right now. Zinc is really important for you mean so. I D vitamin A. And then lots of vegetables. Yeah I can remember. I can remember my mom. The smell of the liver and onions in the kitchen used to be a an American staple. Didn't it every Friday night we had liver in just really You know I I left home. I didn't have a Do that now. Really Wonderful Baked Liberty dish. That is that we Just love So yes arts and learn how to cook it so it's delicious. It's not overcooked dry herbal yeah yeah. I I don't think I ever ate it. Led by House will will while you think you'd be very surprised at how much it can be. So do you have any special secrets when you cook it? And he's particularly like you put garlic in it or what do you do to make it more palatable? So the key is to not overcook. It did leave it. Medium rare Just a little pink in the center. I have wonderful recipe. H Liver you put your liver on a bed of onions. License delivered the top. It then as vice a vacant across All the whole pants then bake it in a slow oven about two hundred twenty five degrees for ninety minutes 'til come out the outside. The liver will be sort of a deeper root or do you spice it inside. It'll be a pink. It will not have any blood money out of it. It will be delicious. Custard we'll be delicious and you'll be surprised that you your family will marvel at at SOB. You're probably your new favorite food. Wow well wishes I've got so much I wanna ask you we. We have to shortly though. So what about this? How can the Diet impact longevity and aging? Well we certainly. If you've light up the photograph of me you'll see that when I started this new way of you know two thousand eight. It look steadily younger younger younger younger. My hair it can get greyer but my skin looks younger and more vital. We see this in our clinics as what that people like younger. They typically Houston by about ten to fifteen years. When we have measured till year's which is a biologic marker of aging. We see that the TELOMERES LANC son. In so biologically itself had are using In this because changing diet lifestyle host behavioral changes expression of the genes. Yeah it really run. How you determine the chemistry of life in your body and the more favorably running your chemistry of life the more physiologic you'll have younger your cells. Well look these biologic. Ag Markers that we examined well looking at the before. And after I have to tell you you look amazing and you do you. Look You. Look fifteen years younger than you did. Fifteen years ago. It's Kinda crazy but It's so it's so great to have. I hope you'll come back. I really do. I know you're friends with apology. She's a big part of the show to and and also overcame. Ms As you know well. And so I hope that you'll come back. I really do you also like to throw out. Who More people for our next clinical trial and to get more info on that out to us at Ms Diet Study Healthcare that you Iowa got eating you. We'll put that on our social media as well and your website Dr Terry walls or not. Dr. Sorry just Terry Walls and I'll get it right this time. W. A. H. L. ASS DOT COM. That's Terry walls DOT COM. Thank you again. I look forward to having you back on the air and you have a wonderful Passover Easter weekend. Much all right. Thank you all right everybody. We've got cody. Meyler coming up tips to take advantage of your time right now. You can get fit. Yes you can stay tuned. You're listening to one life. Radio treats run away then when he never much love when we go by prey to make it back in one piece. I pray I pray. That's why I need one. Anisi one more time I take him out. I knew fire one more time idle.

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"dr terry" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

One Life Radio Podcast

04:53 min | 8 months ago

"dr terry" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

"Level Tobacco use air pollution exposure Social Networks yeah go ahead. We used to think it was. It was the genetic set drove the environment interacting with genetics. Yeah well so. What are the key parts of the dietary and lifestyle plan that you're using in your clinics now? They're the things that were removed because they're so inflammatory and that's still sugar gluten which is the main Protein and many h at gray we Ryan Marley. In case seeing the protein and dairy and eggs because many of us have unrecognized immune response to those proteins make our immune system to activated into inflamed will remind everyone that I had who saw that In two thousand two but I still went downhill because I wasn't giving myself the additional things that they needed to fully flourish in so that was all about Add N lots of non starchy vegetables? A comedian leafy things like a Swiss chard Romain Lettuce Kale collards Parsley Salon Tra baseball and then the cabbage onion mushroom family vegetables. Which by the way are are really great at the balancing your no transmitters re-balancing of our immune cell function mushrooms also great at rebalancing immune function and then the deeply pigmented vegetables and berries like beets carrots berries. We have literally hundreds and hundreds of studies showing that you have peto brain function less cognitive decline better mood less cancer the more colored that you eat well to go back to dairy because I I feel this is so important. I don't think very many people truly understand How important it is to eliminate dairy from your diet as a specie you or Animals in the mail family have been feeding our young adults. Two hundred million years about ten and once the offspring was wing that we don't get that milk. The milk is food with growth factors that encourage rapid growth. So it's Great. For instance great for young children probably good for us But once are both plates fuse. Then the only growth that can happen is horizontally to make fat or to develop a pre-cancer or cancerous in it so we have these growth factors that I'm worried about the other factor that I'm worried about is that many people have immune response to the protein in Gary that causes excess inflammation of our immune south excess inflammation in our brain And we know that. Antibodies against dairy are found more frequently in people with. Parkinson's with schizophrenia. Several other forms of narrow degeneration and populations that have a higher intake of theory have much higher rates. Multiple Sclerosis. So I really want to take dairy out of the Diet for three months. And then they can put it back in and see how they do But if you take it out as an agreement and so you can decide when you want to run this. Three MONTH EXPERIMENT. That will sort out. Is there a problem for you Well and then there's the RBM in those certainly aren't good for you well. I think they're good for you. I mean we. We have too much of a problem with obesity. We have too many people with cancers. We have two children with cancers. You need any more growth factors that encourage growth of our tissues you. It's fantastic having you on the air with us. I cannot wait to get you back here in just a second. We're going to go to break if that's okay. We break now. We come back. We continue talking about this. It's such an honor to have you on the phone on the phone with us on the air with us Dr Terry Walls. Her website is Terry Walls Dot Com and that's T. E. R. R. Y. W. A. H. L. And we'll be right back. Everyone we're GonNa go to break more coming up with Dr Terry Walls. You're listening to one life radio..

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"dr terry" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

One Life Radio Podcast

03:12 min | 8 months ago

"dr terry" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

"Speak with our pet resource pet food or emergency medical care in partnership with some of our medical partners out there. We're here for people if they need that thing. And what are you telling people about the covert nineteen when it comes to their animals because let me tell you. I shared this story either yesterday or the day before about my dog. Charlie so Charlie started having a dry cough. You know the drive cough that ever was like oh my gosh you got a dry cough to have the corona virus and so Charlie developed the strike off and I was thinking that he had eaten something I got caught in throat but after the second day that I was like you know I'm GonNa get him checked out just to see what's going on and and it was just allergies. So dogs can get allergies allergies just like we can get a little sore throat and a little dry cough because I think that when that tiger story broke New York about The the tiger at the Bronx Zoo lots of people got very Alerted if you will or scared if you will About Oh my gosh can my cat or my dog corona virus right now. They're saying no they cannot. They still don't know how the cat at the Bronx Zoo Got It but we. We all need to not overreact. Right that you true words were never spoken. Bernadette I completely yes that is that is right so right now. People are not at risk as far as veterinarians. No veternarian the advice that we're receiving people risk getting covered nineteen from they're indoor cats or dogs who've been exposed to people but we don't know for certain whether domestic cats can become naturally infected there are other strains of corona virus that cats and chickens and other animals have been able to get so here like the down and dirty guidelines if you are sick with covered nineteen restrict your contact with your pets. Yeah just like you. Would your kids right. Make sure you have an emergency plan that allows for someone else in your health home to take care of your pets and if you have a service animal where cloth facemask but don't share your food or kiss on her hug him and just wash your hands a lot. You'RE NOT ILL O. Interact with your pets as much as you want to care for them. Snuggle with and just not just good hygiene and I want to get this out to Marcus. This is really important and then we have to go to break Dr Terry Wells coming up. And Cody Miler but This is a good time to get your cat or dog spayed or neutered to. I know the doctor Jimmy. Norris is still operating his practice as a veterinarian. And they're doing you know they're taking so you could probably schedule a spay neuter during this time. Do you happen to know about that. You know some some offices I think are opened with the. Spca checks is not right now but if people call in and they want to set up an appointment for the future definitely now realized that. If you have a second do it. We need to do some SNIPS NIPPING. So we don't have another overpopulation of animals. That are coming. You know that'll be born in a few months here so everyone do your part to keep our animals safe. I mean they're part of this world they really are and preserving kindness is is what it's all about and that includes our animals were all connected. Thank you so much more Davies. We'll talk to you next week. And you take care of yourself and have a happy Passover Easter weekend. Thank you you too all right more. Davies. You can find her at their website. Spca DOT Org. We have Dr Terry Walls. And Cody meyler coming up. Stay tuned everyone. You're listening to one life radio..

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Headlines Are Provoking Fear

Voice in Canada

01:41 min | 9 months ago

Headlines Are Provoking Fear

"I want to talk a little bit about an article that was published recently in one of the popular news outlets and the gist of the article was that they were saying that. Now that everybody's at home we should all be muting are lexi devices because all these people that are doing work from home they don't Alexi devices spying on what they're doing for work and with some colleagues about this particular article and this is my personal editorial comments on this and I'd be very interested to hear yours as well is. I think that we're sort of beyond this type of article now. I think it's sort of click bait to be honest where they're getting people to. Click on this because it provokes a greater sense of fear of what these devices they're doing and if you've been following along with what I've been speaking about and if you've done a little research on your own you know that the Lexi device echo devices they only actually record anything if you say the wake word if you don't say the word they're not recording anything yes. They are listening for the wake word. But they're not recording anything and they're not processing any information that you're seeing and so when I hear these articles particularly at this time when people have a lot anxiety and I believe the voice technology can have such a remarkable place in helping people to get through their daily lives to keep people occupied to even help with social connectivity connecting to other people dropping or phone calls through the devices. I think it's such a remarkable technology and these kinds of headlines. I don't think they're doing any type of service. When they're not accurate. I would love to hear your thoughts on this. Hit me on twitter. Dr Terry Fisher D. R. T. R. I F. I. S. H. E. R. And let them know what you think. Do you agree with me? Do you disagree. Let's have a discussion about it and hopefully hopefully regardless of how you feel about this. You are finding that your device is helpful to you. This

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Fun Amazon Alexa Easter Egg Commands

Voice in Canada

01:00 min | 9 months ago

Fun Amazon Alexa Easter Egg Commands

"As you know on Saturdays. I like to share some fun. Easter egg commands things that you can say do. Lexi just refund and we're going to get back to some of that stuff today as you know over the last couple of days probably from this week we've been talking about various aspects of the krona virus and skills and that sort of thing so let's have some fun today. Here are a couple of things that you can say to Lexi. The first one is if you didn't following Lexi herself on twitter you can actually ask Lexi Lexi. What is your twitter handle? And she will tell you what it is and the reason that that particular handle is her handle and I'm on twitter a lot so if you want to follow me as well I love to interact with you there. My twitter handle is Dr Terry Fisher. Dart are I h are now the other thing that you can say to. Lexi is given the fact that it is now officially spring you can actually get. Lexi to tell you stories about spring so you simply say Lexi tell me a spring story and she will do that and hopefully that will give you a little bit entertainment on this

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"dr terry" Discussed on Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit

Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit

16:13 min | 9 months ago

"dr terry" Discussed on Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit

"Is there a difference in terms of intervention of just going straight to lifestyle all interventions in the walls protocol? Correct war going into traditional Books so that's a very compelling question we get a lot of questions about that I would like to know that answer and I'm very transparent. We don't know that answer That's why this next. is so so important The other studies that we're doing and our writing grants for it. I'm is to develop the animal model to study. The walls protocol in little mice so he can impair doing the little drugs to doing diet and lifestyle So we're in that process of creating the mouse chow that that goes with that and designing those studies because Another reason that my colleagues are more couple of drugs as they have the mouse model. That explains all the mechanisms so this is very rare that you get to see that. An intervention works in humans and we have worked out through millions and millions and billions of dollars worth of research in the animals to know what are the precise molecular pathways are involved And again this is part of what is so exciting Being at the university my my scientific colleagues basic scientists who are like Tesla's so so exciting to build to be a part of your research team to begin to date the the mechanistic pathways that are responsible for the transformations receding clinic. Because of what you're seeing in your own story and from a lot of anecdotal stories that people are writing in early research that you've done out there if that continues to hold true at bigger and bigger levels in these studies that you WanNa do it. Fundamentally changes changes every the approach of all not just autoimmune diseases but the thinking for other chronic diseases to in we did have the presence of mind to freeze bio specimens. Follow my studies so I have a freezer full of bio specimens and again you know if we had more donors Coming in we could go back to buy freezer with my basic science colleagues then pay for the analyses to look at these molecular pathways that changes in gene expression. The changes in the towel The changes in genetics. So yes powerful. Powerful stuff thousand stuff. It's hard to sleep at night. It's so exciting. I know incredibly exciting. Talk to me about some of the new things that you've put in the paperback version of the jerk. It sure same foundational protocol. That's their yes. And you've added a lot of new insights based on the learnings. Well the first thing to the functional medicine colleagues that are listening out there. The reason that our patients don't get better sometimes is usually not because I didn't order the right test or the right supplement. It's because my patients struggled with implementing the in the first place the protocol. It's really hard to implement diet and lifestyle changes In so I've done a lot of work with Health Behavior Change from my experience at the Va Were helping people who are severely disabled living on food stamps. How to help them be successful. So there's a lot more in here about how to successfully help people adopt and sustain behavioral change. I N include for people who are living on food stamps so that very very accessibility is a huge Karachi issue because often it's thought of as these interventions are just so expensive they inventions are expensive. The testing is expensive. Can only do this if you have a whole foods and you could only do. This can only get organic foods I in so I walked through that then. I remind people that my patients at the VA living on food stamps. What's one of the news? They were living in rural Iowa. Having to go to this little small dinky rural grocery stores. So yes if you can do strictly organic. You'll recover more quickly. Pecan STILL RECOVER LIVING ON FOOD STAMPS. For people who do have limited funds yes on social security or food stamps. Don't have that accessibility that maybe some individuals have one of the biggest things you added into. The book will help them implement the program. So we talked about you. Do the best. You can given the resources that you have. You have to learn how to begin. Quickey that's fundamental. We have to have to be in cooking at home Doing things like Making a menu Make Grocery List shopping planning for leftovers. So that you using all of your resources and you're not wasting things Then we talk about Things that are easier to to begin meditation. Mindfulness and at doing that How to Improve Your Bagel tone To get an para sympathetic state where we do more of our digest and repair and maintenance face. One thing that I saw you do right before we started did. Quick Gargle was that activity. We WanNA gargle yeah talks about Gargling gargoyles grandmother. I come from like Indian tradition. Aryeh like she was so big on like. Oh you should gargle each morning and you know. She didn't have the tools or resources of the research to be explaining why she just knew that her grandmother had taught her that. And how is a great way to start the day and not just saltwater goggles when you're sick or your throat is what has like a way to activate in the morning you you gargle to activate your Bagel nerve? Yeah and you can sing. You can You can do voice Voice Training. You could do chance You could do Breath work An explanation that's twice to three times as long as you're inhalation You could do labyrinth walking from attic breathing. You could do a gentle neck massage range of motion all of these things are very nice. Vegas tone activators in the case of you gargling right before the interview. Is it sort of puts you in place of just rest and relax before your on campus and toss you WanNa have your voice Calm you don't have your throat calm. And I like to get into that more Bagel activated state. It's IT'S A. It's a great thing to do before your meals Chewing your food no chewing your food having bidders eat something that's bitter before your meal all these things very good for a Bagel tone in addition to the accessibility. What are some other things as you mentioned earlier in the interview the research has come so far in the last years? Even since you've publishing what are some additional items? You felt more comfortable recommending. Where in the beginning? It was like okay. We know vegetables are good. We know this more politically correct based on the learnings and the research was out there. What's something that you felt like? Okay I can really go all in on this recommendation because now the science is clear so hor MEESE KETOGENIC EATING FASSI. So we talked. I talked about At three levels to my diet and easy intellectual level walls diet the next level walls Paleo which is basically the Diet that we investigate in then a ketogenic version of my diet Now I've I've made Several nuances with variations ketogenic. Genyk Diet so for those who have to avoid saturated fat We have a olive oil version. And then we talked about fasting the various ways that you fast that you can get into ketosis without being in a high fat diet. I and We talk about the benefits of extended. Fast a pa-laung fast Talk about The fact that I like to time he strict. I'll I'll eat typically one meal a day and then Week out of every month I will do Either a calorie acted fast or a water. Only fast some day like today where you're in Los Angeles you're visiting and you have different interviews and things like that. You've drink a little bit of Ti. Have you eaten today? And will you eat later on so today is just as fasting? Today's fasted and did you plan it that way. Yes and what do you notice for yourself on days that you fast like this on a regular basis? Well if I did this for five days seven days I'll be pretty hungry by the fifth and seventh day for the first two days. It's very energizing. Yeah eating digestion. Your food requires a. It's a it's a a lot of work metabolic to digestion food in so paradoxically And the first one to two days Some the first few times you do this. It is not easy but after you've been Fast more consistently. You may find that. It's quite energizing and give us the science pitch on fasting we've done. We've talked about fasting and a lot of episodes. We've done a couple of episodes on fasting but in the context here where they may be listeners. Hatton her that gives us the elevator. Pitch from the science of fasting. So this has to something called hormesis. If you have intermittent mild stress from which your body can recover and repair doubt. We'll give you the chemical signals to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of heart yourselves when the chemistry of life so your ancestral mother and father thousands of generations ago. Intermittently have captured their game by being an endurance. Hunter I in depleting glycogen stores or had terrible hunt and then to have any food for a few days and depleted their glycogen stores. And if they didn't have the machinery to tolerate that well they did not have reproductive success. So hard wired in all of us is that resilience to tolerate intermittent stress from Glycogen being deleted depletion. So being in Ketosis. But you have to be able to repair from that stress. It turns out being in stress from cold. Mild cold mild heat. That's also really good for us. Our bones are built. Our muscles are built from mild stress. If there's no gravity your bones dissolve that disappear. If you're muscles don't do any work. They disappeared because They're a very expensive resource for us. Our bones muscles and our brain so we'll replace it with fat will won't make it go away from aren't using so we have to use these things in the after stress them then. You need to have enough recovery. Time to repair the damage that would have occurred from that mild stress that made gave you the signals to build a stronger bone. A stronger muscle a more resilient mind. It's incredible and there's so much more research that's out there in the last five years and was there previously and bottom line. We weren't designed to eat three meals a day all the time. And we'RE NOT DESIGNED TO BE COMFORTABLE. Where else comfortable designed to have Things be difficult now. None of us wants to have give up all of our comforts but it does mean that we we benefit greatly from intermittent mild stress. I was recently Visiting Vineyard an organic vineyard and They were just taking us to the basics of how to make strong grapes and they were like look in a way. We have to stress these athletes out. We can't give them all the water that they want. We can't grow the biggest fruits that are out there. Everyone really great grapes and strong grapes. That can withstand disease and other aspects. We have to limit certain things like water and other exposures and we don't want the plans to get lazy because when they get lazy they produce more graves for those grapes or bad quality and they're more disease prone Karan where the same. I've been reading a lot more about Evolutionary Biology I think that that's one of the things that I brought. The functional medicine is my interest in evolutionary biology and health principles and functional medicine. Yeah because he didn't see functional medicine talking as much about Paleo for example they would talk a lot about like the Mediterranean Diet. And I thank you for that right. Yeah and a lot of the doctors that I would say that was most progressive or some of the younger folks would say. Look I M is great. And you'll understand all the pathways. You'll understand exactly what happens. You'll understand the GUT microbiome but in terms of the recommendations we've gone so much further than what's available to us out there and thank you for bringing that into the world conversation correct. It's eight now. You wait things. I now due to the Lanza evolutionary biology And I think about do we have evidence for mindset personal mothers and fathers that have used the These concepts these principles in the past if the if we do that much more comfortable with experimenting this Or considering that this is an area that we should investigate and actually at my basic science colleagues at Iowa thinking more along the evolutionary biology up principals as well in that I I think about The behavior psychology. How to get people to because we're wired to Enjoy Pleasure. We're we're wired to enjoy today's pleasure over tomorrow benefit And we're wired to enjoy comfort. I in so that's part of. Why changes so incredibly difficult So again thinking about all of that to help people in help clinicians figure out how to help their patients. More success successful with forgoing. Today's pleasure and being able to tomorrow's benefit. What do you think is one of the biggest tips that you could bring in for somebody? That feels like they've tried different programs or has had a challenge in implementing kind of any health program out there or wants to considering the walls protocol what can support them in the process of implementing and tapping into behavior change so that they can actually succeed in the program. I learned this went from my vets in. That is understand what you want your health for. I have a clear on soon of your mission and purpose in life. Have a big hairy audacious goal. Because we're asking you to do something that's difficult And so to be willing to take on something it's difficult it's helpful for you to have a clear mission a clear purpose a big goal and so you know for so my vets that might have been. I want to dance with my son or daughter at their wedding. I want to walk again. And so once we had their goal. Then I can break down to okay now. We can talk about. What's the little small next micro commitment towards getting a little bit closer to that big goal And then we talk about addiction that a lot of our food dietary issues are tied into cravings and addictions so there are things that are functional Muslim. Dot. Can Do to help you lower the suffering from addiction so we can do those kinds of things and then if I'm thinking behavior change If you remember the marshmallow expert with kids you put Marshall Foam..

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City of Dallas, Dallas County close all bars, dine-in restaurants, gyms, theaters to stop spread of COVID-19 coronavirus

The Dave Ramsey Show

01:04 min | 9 months ago

City of Dallas, Dallas County close all bars, dine-in restaurants, gyms, theaters to stop spread of COVID-19 coronavirus

"Unprecedented in Dallas County and the city of Dallas they have ordered the closing of all bars restaurants gyms and theatres all to help fight corona virus immunity gatherings in Dallas will be restricted to no more than fifty people Dallas mayor Eric Johnson explains the rest the city of Dallas is also ordering the closing of all bars lounges taverns nightclubs gyms and health clubs restaurants will be regulated to drive through or delivery only disorder was mirrored by the entire county the Dallas County judge clay Jenkins says there is some good news today we opened drive thru testing for first responders health workers and parkland patients head of cilia parkland and in the coming days we'll open two large testing facilities a one in grand prairie at the former Verizon theatre and one and at the A. at dinner can hear line center and a parking garage that will allow for Dr Terry says they'll be able

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"dr terry" Discussed on The Toxin Terminator

The Toxin Terminator

14:41 min | 1 year ago

"dr terry" Discussed on The Toxin Terminator

"Like it's from their own mouths and here's another publication just as a quick side McKinley. Mckinley concludes it. Vaccines can account for less than one percent of the decline in infectious disease mortality. And we know that that even at one percent were being generous. That's not true. It's not even one percent what it's all there in black and white look at the numbers. I my son just turned thirty five yesterday and I'm trying to think back at when he was vaccinated as a child. I want to say maybe a dozen F- I'm being generous with that number. Maybe a dozen vaccinations he received. Because I wasn't where I am today. And today isn't the number like seventy two vaccinations. A child will get from the time. Mom becomes pregnant until they turn eighteen. I think seventy two but that number is changing a lot and it from country to country. And where you live and but you know they just passed another super vaccine which is and you can read it from the FDA zone data right on the FDA website that rough loose number. Only ten thousand kids are going to die next year from only within the first thirty days and one hundred thousand of them we'll have serious adverse effects you know. How.

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"dr terry" Discussed on The Toxin Terminator

The Toxin Terminator

09:38 min | 1 year ago

"dr terry" Discussed on The Toxin Terminator

"Customers right exactly and and I know your message message. Sometimes where received and sometimes we're not right and there's a story there and we'll get into that in a in a little while but So we know we know what the message is. We know that that these things they're doing in a when we go to the medical world is not good for us in getting to the root cause. So I know this is what are your passions because you you dove into this because of the cancer Disease Construct Your uncles and you felt hopeless. That you didn't have the answer they're like. Oh can no. This is bad just described all the bad about it. We know this is bad. But what's the solution? Then what do we do? If if this isn't the answer what is give me can you? Can you talk about that of a? Where do we guide people to and what what is it? I know it's not like you said the one answer but can we kind of steer it towards some solution for people sure. Yeah I'm not here to to bring fear it negatively to people. I'm trying to give them clarity. I think that the only way people is with the honest truth. People don't like Detroit. I mean you know I always say that. The greatest allergy on the planet as personal responsibility and so is the greatest algae on the planet. And everything else doesn't even come close. You know so but you know listen. What Causes Cancer. What living in an unnatural environment causes cancer? Animals in the wild. Don't get cancer on less their environments been contaminated. And so you live in a home right now. Modern Day homes are like airtight boxes. And then we bring in all these building materials into this airtight box and all of them are off gassing chemicals. Because no one's doing any research whatsoever right so you're couches off gassing your floorboards or off gassing the the the the glue that they use to make your cupboards off gassing like the entire place off gassing and now there's no room for the gas to escape right and so contrary to popular belief your your water that comes into your house a lot of the toxic gases from that water come from the steam and vaporize ation so like when you're a dishwasher runs when your laundry machine. Ron's all those chemical gases when heated to a certain temperature. Leave the water and they become airborne gases in the home and so if you don't filter water the point of entry of the home you are now constantly adding gases to the thing so a lot of people have had the experience of while I was in the shower for a long time and I started getting really dizzy and they say it must because it was too hot said no because it's too hot. That heat is vaporizing the same kinds of gases that they use in gas chambers. And you're soaking in it and breathing it in because you didn't filter the water coming in and so it's those gases that's why people have been in a hot tub and they say who. I'm feeling we woozy. It's the heat. No that's why when you get up and move remove yourself and get a little more fresh air and less toxic fumes hitting into your face better. You feel better pretty quickly breathing cleaner air. It's the toxic gases that are coming off of their wound so I remind people the order of importance. Everyone likes to pretend the diets. The only important factor in house and I say well. How long can you go without breathing? Ooh not very long. But you're comfortable being your own air filter. That really makes sense. You're hearing that and then say well. What about? How long can you go without water? Not Very Long. How long can you go without food? Oh a long time you know the ratios relative. How long ago though? Food or selling the air and waterest like crazy and then we go to bed and we. We spend one third of our lives sleeping on a bed that is bursting with flame retardant chemicals and off gassing and then all the coils and the mattress people will accept that bunny ears on television station where signal amplifiers for them to get their television signal but when I show them a box spring mattress dozens and dozens and dozens of coils. Say you're sleeping in an electromagnetic antenna right now and they say Nah. Wow you'd accept bunny ears or an antenna but you won't accept dozens and dozens of coils in your match. That's an that's electro-magnetic antenna. You're sleeping on gassing off chemicals like crazy and that's you know. The beds are dirty industry as they're all dirty industries. Unfortunately it will you got not only are the quails and the matches. But then you've got you've got a TV in your room. You've got your cell phone that you place right next to you in some teenagers even sleep with it indoor bed with on Komo. That's not good my brain. This is the way I think when you're talking about. Hey Bunny. Ears ARE NOT GOOD. But how have that coil on the bed? It's the same thing with Oh. We don't want heavy metals in our baby food. Bad Bad bad. And there's all kinds of social media gone blaring about because heavy metals were found in. I don't know what kind of baby food it was. I didn't pay attention but you will inject your newborn baby with heavy metals with the vaccines right. And that's the same. With the people who are vegans or belong to a religious denomination of some kind and. Noor injecting all these aborted fetal cells. And all this other stuff and you don't have an issue with that like you're so worried about all these other things external but then when the tells you to line up like a Manchurian candidate and get your shot. Is this a line of mentoring? Candidates walking down the thing. I had my dad the story with you. I had my my father. He never listened to the podcast so he cannot stand my stance on backs nations and We got into this argument and he was telling me you know amy. You're you're over fifty years old. You need to make sure that you're going in getting the shingles vaccination insight. Dad I'M NOT GONNA get it. And he's like amy. You've had the chicken pox you need to go in and get this vaccination nice and I'm like Dad. I can appreciate where you're coming from but I'm just telling you right now. You can say to me repeatedly over and over again. I'm still not going to go get it and he's like well by Golly. You know I had the shingles here just two years ago and I've been vaccinated three times for it. I'm like law. No they so sad to see the disconnected. So it's such a wide disconnect like a you've been vaccinated. You're still having problems. Like how would they not connecting those dots? How did you get it for? Oh well they told me it would have been much worse. Had I not convenient? How convenient of a story right?.

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"dr terry" Discussed on The Toxin Terminator

The Toxin Terminator

12:01 min | 1 year ago

"dr terry" Discussed on The Toxin Terminator

"Easy to find your looking and here's the irony in when people want to argue about this that or the other you know a friend give you an example tried to argue about. Vaccines is too hot potato. Subjective and I said I said okay well you know what stock which studies on pubmed. Did you read that that convinced that these were good? Because I didn't find them all of what you said to me. I'd love to them. Sign of TUB bed. What's his pubmed. Abo- what my doctor by BOGGLES AN MD? I'll he's a what's pubmed anyway. Let's if you don't know POB Mattis should you really have in? This conversation is my friend. I said well. Why don't you call your uncle and ask him? If pubmed the real deal I solicit asks him. One question is pubmed the best repository for science or not albeit imperfect is or is it not he says. Oh Yeah pubmed surreal. Thing is uncle Texas uncle uncle response. Yeah pubmed surreal thing for sure. Yeah it's the best place for science there is why I said goodwill why don't you get on there and run some searches because you're gonNA find the answer. I like to joke that you can't spend fifteen minutes on pubmed searching looking vaccines and leave. Pro Vaccine. It only takes about ten to fifteen minutes for anyone to leave the key. Conclusions are staring you in the face. Saab's and I'm not trying to make this discussion only about vaccines. It's just an example because you mentioned conflicts of interest in Maimi. Go back to the vaccine when most people don't know as the CDC themselves I have over fifty patents on vaccines right so conflicts of interest. Okay we're on vaccines so let's go grab it hall don't after let's dive in because not only do the pharmaceutical companies. I believe owned the and the approval process of getting them out there but they also have their they cannot be sued for malpractice. The the pharmaceutical companies are protected by the vaccination courts. What other industry has that should be a at least a light going off to say. Something's not right here now. I mean it should be so obvious. How the only one industry. That's completely exempt from everything and no one's asking any questions but you know it's interesting. I've been doing this series on social media right now on showing how much they brag on. Pubmed study after study after study over many many decades. The conversation started in the nineteen thirties. How they were proud of end researching ways to sterilize humans through the use of vaccination programs and I- posting study after study after study after just to highlight to hope that it sinks in for people. And you know and this is all we're told. Vaccines are great for the Immune System. You know in the study. I actually posted this morning. Said Oh we know that if we give this stuff to sterilize people that it destroys the immune system's ability to serve to surveillance for tumors or Wait a second and you just go layer after layer after layer and the more you look at it objectively and turn the emotions off. You can only arrive. I one conclusion that they are the greatest customer creation strategy for anyone seeking to profit from the medical industry right and in and outside of that. Then there's a whole other layer whether very proud of their eugenics agenda. That's why they're that's why you can find anti fertility vaccine studies all over the place. That's exactly what they're they're bragging if we try this and we do this and we do the diesel work. You know we're close. We're close to making it one hundred percent irreversible. That's so it's not. It's not like what a conspiracy theory. No it's on there you ask amy. Md Any researcher. Anybody that pubmed is the best repository for science. It's all there in black and white but we don't read it so and but what's more interesting and you talk about and I'm going to jot down here come back to creating customers for life It's funny because there's other things and there's another topic that we're going to get into that I believe we're creating customers for life And that's cancer with the only treatment offered is chemotherapy and radiation and in just my limited research that I have done I found that that does not kill the cancer cells that It and and what happens is you might go into remission but then it's GonNa come back bigger better stronger than it was before. Oh one hundred percent. Would you like me to? I can elaborate if you like. So I mean it's a well documented fact and they've known this for a very very long time. That Chemo Causes Cancer. Cells to grow a hundred times faster. Couple of new research studies that he goes two thousand. Fifteen came out showing that radiation causes cancer stem cells to grow thirty times faster. Well so what do they want women to do? They want you to get a mammogram. Which does you know which creates future customers. It's been shown repeatedly in research that every cumulative mammogram match you get your risk continues to go up so you basically just get mammograms until customer. That's what it's there in place for the. May I ask you real quick? I don't mean to to stop and we'll go there. I just attended class on demography a sting so I'm looking for somebody here. In Areas I live in Arizona Iowa To get that done because what I found it. We're talking about mammography and breast cancer. I'm a woman that's something that we have concerns with that thermometer free can actually detach hacked any kind of growth in tumor growth. What are they saying? Like seven years ahead of a mammogram even being able to see it. Yeah I think a lot of the estimates are closer to ten years so it's a long time whatever that is and then you you have so many more options available to you and of course because we all know that the earlier you detect something the better night. Which is the story they sell to the public. That mammograms are about early detection. Of course that's the only conversation point they ever have about prevention early detection as the only prevention really. How about eating fruits and vegetables and living a chemical for your lifestyle. You guys just forgot to mention that Like I mean I talk extensively about endocrine disrupters because as women especially we are putting shampoo and conditioner and face wash moisturizer and make up and deodorant and body lotion and body wash and I mean I haven't even gotten out of the shower hardly right and I just expose myself to. How many hundreds of chemicals that are disrupting the hormones in my body? Yeah I think it's been said that. The average woman is putting over six hundred and fifty chemicals on our body alone and a day and I think the most of them are doing that just on their face and we haven't even touched on the rest of the body. We're not talking about implants. We're not talking about piercings. We're not talking. Well Bo talks. We're not talking about pharmaceuticals recommended. Doctor prescribed talking about over the counter pharmaceuticals. Bpa lining in the cans and on and on. We're in our water sources way and we expect no problems for many of it as the irony right okay. So so we know at the vast majority of the population knows okay. There's so much stuff that is bad for us so we get it Well maybe we got it. There's a lot of us that were restore. WanNa stick our head in the sand and say well. My doctor knows best. What do you say to the person who you know? We're talking about chemotherapy and radiation being bad for you that it's actually multiplying and speeding up the increase of cancers. What do you say to the person who goes through this kind of treatment and then as being told your cancer is in remission the growth has stopped you know? How do you counter balance but look at this well? Remission is a term that we don't really use in natural health world whatever however you WanNa terminate because you either solve the root causes or you didn't okay now Cancer is a disease. This dash ease of what poor lifestyle is lifestyle? Diseases this is. This is nothing random about. There's something genetic about has nothing to do with any of it. This is a lifestyle disease. And so you create this internal environment. The the picture of the fluids around the cells and stuff like that. There's lots of complex chemistry in there. But it's that internal environment. That's that the cells live in that allow to allow cancer cells genes. Turn ON OR TURN OFF. And if you've dealt with the root causes and they're always always multifactorial it's not just a one thing ever which everyone's it's the one day that vaccine 'cause my cancer no it surely contributed to it but that's not the only thing. I got cancer because I got this breast implants no you surely contributed to it. But it's not the only reason why you got so many layers to this onion but when we deal with the root causes we don't have to worry about coming back. There's no need to use terms remission. And that's that's a part of their game is using imaging scans like they imaging scans. Are you know very very limited at best? Even even great imaging scans like thermographic have very realizations. Because you're only looking at the lumps and bumps and that at that point in time is the symptom of cancer. It's not really the cancer per se and we know that detection detection on these scans could take years. So you know below the surface might have this these rogue cells if you WANNA call them that multiplying a multiplying multiplying for ten years before the scan picks it up and then they say well. You're in remission based on what based on what the C. T. Scans well if you get if you get to C. T. Scans as the equivalent of the radiation of a hero. Shema bomb so they people have cancer doing they say you better come back for some for some more. Scans you gotTA keep coming back for some more? Scans you gotTA keep coming back for some more? Scans and then if there was. Let's say the K- the Chemo and radiation. Got It all. Because they always say we. Don't we got it all? That's the problem with the surgery and the radio story. But let's suppose we humor everyone and say that that's the real story and Juan stem cell survives or. What do you think happens when Chemo makes grow one hundred times faster than they radiated you? Then they gave you surgery which damaged the immune system. And then there's all this anesthesiology which has drugging you one threat from Dash and then you come back and get C. T. Scans every six months until your customer again. I mean it. That's what the business model is built for everything. People hate this. But it's so true and you can never escape this conclusion. The moment you're unemotional on objective analyzed situation every single saying Don and hospital without exception is either a customer creation or a customer retention strategy. That's why the doctors happy to give you a drug that says here's forty three known side effects. Great there's a chance that you might need forty three new drugs after you take this one. Because I'm going to give you a drug for this side effect for that side effect in the beginning of mammograms and you have cancer and what. They're measuring on. A blood. Test is not measuring house. Those are looking for disease markers things that are already been paired to match up with drugs. There are better tests available outside of the hospital. But they're never gonNA see the light of the day and that world. This is not to detect health purposes crate.

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"dr terry" Discussed on The Toxin Terminator

The Toxin Terminator

07:57 min | 1 year ago

"dr terry" Discussed on The Toxin Terminator

"Thank you so much for agreeing to come on the show. I'm excited to be here. Thanks for having me this exciting fun. You Bet. Now let me tell you. I was absolutely blown away when I was doing. My research on Dr Tiller in what in the world? We were even going to talk about today because when I say this Guy Does Research. And he knows his stuff. I am not exaggerating. You want to tell us how many hours are. Can you even calculate how much studying you've done Yeah that's a really tough question answer. But it's it's tens and tens of thousands of hours and I've gone through hundreds of thousands of research studies because I think I think evidence is important. I think the data is valuable. I mean there's so much misinformation out there and that's all by design the CIA a heads the CIA have gone out. Publicly stated quotes like their goal is to make sure that everything the American public believes false. And then you've got big industries like the pharmaceutical companies. They'll hire the same spin marketing agencies that big tobacco use to us right and they admit they admit every year in their annual reports that confusion as their product. And so that's why this week. You hear beans are good for you next week. Year beans are bad for you in this week. Omega threes or good for you in the next week they're bad for you and lists never ends and the only way to sort through that is to read lots and lots of research so you can get to the bottom where the balance of the best evidences and find out. Who's really lying? Who's telling the truth because we know that big industry does Fund Saudis? Well in that in that I can go a couple of different directions just anywhere you want but Number one is for the lay person like me that it is so mind boggling when you go out there and you start trying to do research because honestly you can find studies. That are going to support the pros and are going to support the cons. And so how did you differentiate and get to the bottom of those studies? So you know what you're reading and what your studying is the truth. Well it's not always easy. I mean some things are very very easy just once you go look at the research you know. People don't WanNa hear this. It's the hot potato but I don't know why it's a hot potato because it's a black and white thing like if I wanted to go look up name almost any health topic. We can find some pros and cons. Study when you go and look back scenes for example you can find over seven hundred. Negative studies and zero positive studies. There are no positive studies in existence anywhere. And so. If you WANNA be a scientist you gotta say what's. The balance of the best available evidence seven hundred zero. It's pretty clear and black and white answer but we have other subjects where it's not so easy. The muddy the water is muddy and Iran. You gotta dig in more than the surface you know view to really get to the conclusion so we've all been confused about things over the years so coconut oil huge industry big business over the years in the beginning. I had bought into some of these studies. They seemed really intriguing. My God look at all. These benefits is coconut oil. You know maybe we all need to be incorporating some of this stuff and of course as you look closer and find out that it's a massive industry you find out that that's that's not true. Which is ironic. Because in the beginning when I hear that coconut oil so great for you my spidey senses are going. You know a bottled oil as a process food by definition so part of me says really as a processed food something that we need in our diet. Where would they find that in nature? What other species are consuming this? You know what else is going on? Why does the oil not die in the bottle and you can you castigate along the way and then you start you think about it and then you go look closer and closer at the research and more and more research comes in and says wait a second? Those claims that you heard a few years ago. Those are not true at all. We can replicate any. That's all bogus clarity comes and we hear that in that happens time and time anybody who's lived a number of years knows this we have you know key. Does the fad diet right now but you know I read your research shows. This is just really not good for our bodies. Intermittent fasting is another thing. That people are really big into. You know right now in in ten years. Is the research going to show us that these well? Maybe this wasn't so good right. I mean it's horrible. The research is very clear. Already the only positive studies coming out there using all these sleight of hand to confuse people and you and you know like for example. I use this great example. There was a documentary on Netflix. Called what the House I think was known. What the hell sorry. That was a good one. There was one called the magic pill or something and it was called the magic pill. That's the story I was thinking about. The documentary was one called magic pill and it was all trying to put this. Kito Genyk died in this wonderful light and in the beginning everyone celebrating. Seems Great and saying? Look this person eating this way. And they're getting better than this person's getting better well as the film progresses if you're paying close attention the only people they chose to be in the film where people who are on on the all twinkie diet literally Like they made a stir fry at one point in time and they said well. What did you think of it? This tastes pretty good. I've never eaten one of my entire life. I've never made one of my entire life. I don't even eat vegetables. I don't eat fruit. I don't eat stir fries. I don't home cook all I eat is and then they took this child where on one hundred percent goldfish diet. The little boxes of Goldfish can can her health getting better. Oh really you got her off of the all one hundred percent processed food and their health improved a little like that doesn't make Ergo the Diet is good for you. That's just completely deeply flawed logic but it highlights exactly where any pro kito study. You think you read or saw or came across comes from. That's the kind of sleight of hand that they do. You know so people say well. This person got off of Diet Coke in twinkie and listen. Are you going to get health improvements from a the exclusion of all of these really toxic processed foods? Yes but anybody would get improvements right. No one's comparing someone on the key to diet to someone who's eating fruits and vegetables that's never happening because that's going to end real ugly for further bs story so so let me ask you then because we're talking about studying and that is what led has down down here which is great. This is how we work. How do you find who's funding the study that you're reading because in my opinion That's GonNa give you at least a little bit of bearing on the validity of that study. Would that be a fair statement? It's a very fair statement and sometimes it's easy to find and sometimes it's not right. Okay so you can go to the bottom of a pubmed study and it should list conflicts of interest down at the bottom and sometimes those are properly disclosed and sometimes or nod and sometimes there's A. There's a back door way of compensating. Researchers sometimes also you know so but that's always the first looks at the bottom of the study it should highlight some kind of conflicts of interest if people are really going to look for it. And you're looking for these studies on pubmed. Dot Org Org Office. I always just go to Google type in pubmed comes up and then I go and then it's either pubmed dot org or pubmed Dot Gov. I can't remember which one it is specifically. I'm like you. It's it's saved in my thing. I always pull it up. So so readily all the.

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"dr terry" Discussed on The Wellness Mama Podcast

The Wellness Mama Podcast

04:59 min | 1 year ago

"dr terry" Discussed on The Wellness Mama Podcast

"So we have to precise at or have a youngster who has a already developed multiple sclerosis or inflammatory bowel disease or for type two diabetes or severe behavioral problems saddened scary to see. The numbers are rising for young. People are going through all of those problems. One in two two children. Now Talk My pediatric fronts. One and two children are doing are having serious health problems a little little side note. I'm incredibly excited. A good friend of Mine Elissa Song. I are discussing putting together a future. Pediatric Medicine Conference Onference for the fall of twenty twenty because so alarmed by what we see going on in the public in that Clinicians in families are trying to find pediatricians and family docs who will take care of children with complex issues for more of an. Integrative Diet in therapeutic lifestyle perspective definitely have to keep an eye out for that one. I must have curious because I've heard from a lot of parents who are are having especially daughters go through puberty early. I'm curious if it approach like this. There may not be studies but I know that. Like for instance green vegetables help bind to excess estrogen in the body in excess Estrogen Mimicking Bronx Body. Do you think an approach like this can help children have more hormonal an easier hormonal experience through puberty. Well it will it. Yes absolutely. I think it would help. Prevent in delay early onset puberty it will also help prevent that. Estrogen Estrogen dominance so that greatly reduces the severity of a public pain in severe cramping. Severe Bleeding You know it's funny. My daughter at many many of our patients have all come in set. You know really paying attention to my diet. Makes all the difference in terms of severity of my pelvic pain. The severity of the menstrual bleeding. When I'm not not find the Diet decreed is heavy hard miserable? I'm on the Diet. It is so much more manageable and make sense. This episode is brought to you by fablet fabrics makes cute an really high quality athletic wear available to everyone. And they have been my go-to place nice to shop for workout gear for years. I find myself constantly switching up my workout routine from lifting weights. Swimming to curtly training for a five K.. With my kids and I always find cute gear that it's activity at Bob Lenox. Here's how it works. After taking a super quick sixty second quiz you receive a personalized showroom of the pieces. Catered towards your own unique style right now especially you can get two pairs of leggings for only twenty four dollars as a VIP at Fab Lennox Dot dot com forward slash bonus Baba and this includes my favorite like which are the high waisted power. Hold leggings. That are still flattering. Even if you've had kids and you might like me have bulges and places that you wish you didn't a tip. Make sure that you enter your email address at the end of the quiz and they will send you exclusive molly discounts and some seasonal sales. Especially this time of year. That are really really really good. And you'll get the inside scoop about new collections. That have not been released yet. So again check out fabrics dot com forward forward slash wellness Mama to get two pairs of leggings for twenty four dollars and grab that deal while you can. And I recommend the power hope leggings. Check them out while they're still in stock. This podcast is brought to you by the kion clean energy bar. We all know that finding healthy snacks for you and your kids is no simple task. Mo- snacks even the so called. Healthy ones are high in sugar. Don't have a lot of nutrients or leave you feeling tired or hungrier than before. That's why kion created the KIANA clean clean energy bar which is delicious natural and it will satisfy your appetite and stable long lasting energy. My kids love these and I love that Kyanne. Tom Bars are made from all real food. Ingredients like coconut almonds and Chia. They have zero refined sugar. They have a lot of healthy fats and clean protein. So they are clean source of fuel for the body and brain there naturally gluten derian sway. Free contain lots of electrolytes vitamins and minerals. And even though they're chocolate they won't melt in the heat or freezing cold old and they're delicious chocolate coconut flavor and texture is one that both kids and adults love right. Now you can get ten percent off the key on clean energy bar by going to get get he on dot com or slash wellness Mama and using the Code Mama. Ten Am Ama ten at checkout so again that's G. E. KFI O. N. dot com slash wellness Mama and make sure to use the Discount Code Capital M. Ama ten..

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How Often Should You Wash Your Coffee Mug?

BrainStuff

03:42 min | 1 year ago

How Often Should You Wash Your Coffee Mug?

"People love their coffee but most don't extend their profound affection to its trustee receptacle the Coffee Cup office workers are often guilty of such neglect merely rinsing and reusing their mug day after day or worse just dumping out the old coffee and feeling their cup with new brew a while oil. It seems that the mug would be just fine with such treatment after all hot water kills germs and you're the only person who uses your mug. Thank you very much. The truth is perhaps more I opening than the beverages inherent caffeine a mostly empty mug left to its own devices can quickly grow its own microbiome of course most bacteria are harmless. There are those that aren't we spoke by email with Melissa maker host of the Youtube Channel Clean my space. She said all sorts of germs and bacteria can live on in your cup especially if you're in a shared space cold and flu germs tend to travel and can easily lend honor in. Your Cup plus terms from your mouth and hands. We'll also transferred to your cup the warmer and damper the environment the more pleasing for bacteria to fester indeed the laundry list of possibilities ladies is daunting. We also spoke by email with Dr Terry Connell professor of microbiology and Immunology at the University of Buffalo they said Strip staff and any number of resident or transient oral bacteria which may include potential pathogens may reside in unwashed cups and of course if someone else should drink from from one cup bacteria from their mouths can be transferred into it office. Environments are particularly conducive to the spread of bacteria. Dr Childs Gerber a professor of microbiology at the University of Arizona published research findings back in nineteen ninety seven the continued to rock our world today his team assessed bacteria found bounded office coffee cups and coffee preparation areas and they discovered forty one percent of cups tested were contaminated with Calif- bacteria otherwise known as fecal bacteria correa and most of the time these bacteria are not harmful to people but they certainly can be especially to those with weakened or compromised immune systems the kicker the doctor group has team found that a small office cup Washer sort of like a mini dishwasher was all it took to eradicate these and other types of bacteria. The problem is as most people think of simple rinse and wipe is enough to keep germs at bay however this approach is definitely not enough to tackle such formidable opponents. Dr Connell said bacteria can adhere to the surface of the cup. Washing with soap is essential to remove those bacteria. That's why public health officials in England put out a plea back in January Kan.. For reusable cups users to thoroughly wash receptacles after every single drink to prevent the spread of illness. This was in response to a spike in Reusable Cup abuse since the nation started imposing so called La tax on disposable cups proper cleaning grows even more critical if the coffee in question has been doctored with cream or sugar DR Congo explained both of those substances contain nutrients for bacterial growth while water washing will remove most of the sugar the oils oilseed proteins and milk or cream require. The use of soap to remove as is what's known as a surfactant molecule of soap can grab hold of oily particles at one end and molecules of water at its other end thus helping dissolve and rinse away even stubborn grime so here are the easy steps to lessen the germs in in your coffee. Mug Wash Your Cup with soap and water after every use wash with a paper towel rather than a shared sponge dry the cup with a paper towel and and if you're a cup has a lid remember to wash that to

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The Future of Healthcare with Voice Technology

Voice First Health

11:52 min | 1 year ago

The Future of Healthcare with Voice Technology

"Turned the tables a little bit and in fact i was recently asked to appear on another podcasts the data talk podcast which is hosted by mike delgado and we talked about all types of scenarios scenarios and implications of the intersection of voice technology and healthcare we actually even get a little bit futuristic and i paint some of my own pictures as well as some pictures of some colleagues and people that i've interviewed on my own pod podcast about where we're going with this technology so mike was really generous chris and allowed me to share the content of his podcast episode here with you the listeners of my podcast so i hope you will enjoy it and with without any further i do. Let's get right to it. This is the data talk podcast with mike delgado and myself enjoy. Hey friends welcome to talk a show where we talk with against science leaders from around the world today. We're talking to dr terry fisher. He's a physician. He's a professor at the university of british columbia. He's also the host and founder of voice always first health podcast as well as alexa in canada. He is super busy doing tons of things and have not gary fisher. You're with us how you doing terry. I'm doing great. Thank you so much. Thanks so much inviting me. It's a real pleasure to be here and if there's one thing that's the most accurate of anything that you said there. Is that a busy so i like okay your doctor like you're busy enough being a doctor and then like to add to that you're teaching courses which which is awesome that you're doing how to help the next generation of doctors and then you're like as a hobby. You're leading these tech podcasts. <music> around boys and healthcare is is curious like how do you do it all which had an easy answer for that. I don't know it's i. I guess the biggest thing that i can say that is simply. It's i love it right. It's a passion and it's a hobby so all the stuff outside of my professional practice my medical practice. I got involved this voice technology thing the more learn about it. The more i love it the more i become enthralled with this technology and i guess that makes it easier to spend a lot of time and i do spend a lot of time on it. I've got a young families well. So of course you know wow so your dad to dad yeah so i thought that my my wife and my two kids and so obviously within all of this there the priority to so i wanted to spend time with them so but but really to be honest you know when not focused on my family. I'm working on my hobby which is voice technology and podcast that sorta stuff so tell me about. How did you get interested in invoice technology. That's a great question so i would say first of all that my my three base passions. I've talked about this a little bit already but is israeli technology healthcare and education <hes> before i did medical school. I did an education degree. So i became a teacher then it went into medical school but it was about a two to three years ago when i started i hearing a little bit about voice technology in being a podcast sort of a techie at heart that sort of got me intrigued and i started looking into a little bit and and actually that time <hes> for example wasn't even available candidate and i am i am in canada <hes> <hes> in vancouver and so i thought oh that's interesting but yet i'm still very interested in what amazon's doing this technology so i started to look into a little bit more and and i realized that there were hints that was going to be starting to come to candidates soon. I thought this might be a really interesting way to put my passion together of technology. <hes> <hes> education and also health started thinking about the healthcare implications of this and that's when i decided to launch my websites started with alexa in canada <hes> which is more of a a consumer base but also <unk> voice professional based website where talks about generally what alexis all about what it can do. It's also very applicable to people in united states by the way even those called lexin in canada. If there are any concerns i do try to highlight those and then as that developed i am. I launched what's flash briefing which is like a mini podcast you subscribe to on alexa and then with my medical background. I thought this is start to learn more about it. I thought this is really going to change healthcare and that's what i thought okay. Now i need started podcasts called voice. I health and that's how that started in. It's really highlighting anything that has to do with the intersection between healthcare and voice technology <hes> <hes> and ultimately it was a way to combine the three passions right healthcare technology in education because that's kind of what i see as as what to do with these with these bathrooms you mentioned before we get into this. You mentioned that you were a teacher first and then you went to medical school. Tell me about that. That's interesting yeah i. I was in school for a long time to throw it to make things even seen little more crazy. If you want to put this is not gonna surprise me with you. You know i actually actually hold four degrees so i did. I did a bachelor of science in anatomy and cell biology and experimental medicine and and then i did a masters of science in <hes> sorry i said that wrong batter science in anatomy cell biology biotechnology than i did a masters of science science in experimental medicine then i did my education degree and then i did <hes> medical school followed by family practice residency and my sports medicine fellowship so i've been i literally in school for for our wasn't school for decades. Yeah your whole life pretty much so yeah yeah but it's not which is one of the really interesting thinks everybody's got different life experiences and i've been able to now to bring these together into this this field which is just a click together and what can i say. It's a it's a lot of fun so when you first started looking at alexa voice technology what were your initial reactions to type of skills that were available double or things that you could do with it. Yeah i think the first thing that sort of struck me and again it goes back to the education. Idea is that when it comes to the medicine because he is every knows you can do you can listen to music you can set timers you can set alarms and all that kind of stuff but i started thinking about it in terms of being a tool for education education and how somebody can ask the device whatever it is it's on their mind to learn from the device and so whether that is is like what are the symptoms of strep throat right <hes> that's a very basic basic skill and that sort of thing that i was starting to think about another a skill that sort of took a little bit to the next level was a skit out that can provide you with. I eight advice so you're chopping up a carrot. You cut your finger and rather than having to foot flip through first aid guide. If you don't know how to take care of it you can simply ask the device. How do i do i do with a cut finger and so those sorts of educational and informational skills i think we're the first level where really got me started started thinking about it but as i sort of delve into this a little bit more i realize that it's is not just about education because we're we're now having conversations with these devices and that brings the the <hes> the available all applications to a whole new level particularly now recently in the last couple of months at amazon announced that the devices are hip compliant and so now they can store to store personal health information. So what does that mean. It means that you can now start to to use these devices as surrogates for care providers mean give example <hes> is a skill out there that can can give you medication reminders based on your medication schedule so one area or one population one segment of the population that is really finding finding he's beneficial are people that are aging and there's this whole movement called aging in place where people want to maintain their independence than want to stay home but sometimes that's difficult because for example eh forget to take their medication that may forget when they have appointments they can become forgetful but various things and they need people to remind them about these things and also remind them of what they should be checking as far as health well now. You don't need to rely on your doctor a carried us put a device in your home and it does that for you and so these devices i think and i believe the way we're going. We're going to gradually take on more and more of a rule of care ada care provider <hes> somebody who can somebody see that's the way i use the term now somebody who can who can help take care of you. I think that those are some beautiful examples and i mean i can certainly see myself or something like that in the future i wanna get a reminder on something something but i also love the example you gave around getting some information on how to diagnose something like is this something i need to go to a doctor about in trying to like go through some sort of conversation with the ball around my symptoms right right. Well let me i'm going to paint a picture for you. I think we're going to kind kind of this. Is this is not here yet but i truly do not think that we're too far off so here's this here's the scenario magin you wake up and you have a sore ortho. You don't feel well. You know something's wrong. Something is not right and so the way it is now. You know what would we do. We would think okay well now. I'm going to have to make a call. Dr make an appointment go on in need not to call into work sick. They make arrangements for my kids. Get in the car drive to the doctor. Bla-bla-bla get history. Maybe the doctor does a throat swab. Says yeah looks like like you might have strep throat. I'm going to send you know the pharmacy. Get your drugs. Go home and check in. If things go bad whatever it's quite an ordeal when you're feeling probably all that stuff is the last thing you wanna do so. Let's imagine though you were just a little bit further in the future and what happens is you wake up and your voice system says good morning to you you say good morning and just by the tone of your voice it can tell the something's not right because it knows your voice and thinking back to that. It's a very fascinating area called vocal biomarkers will come back to that but i ask you questions like how are you feeling and you say you know what i'm actually not feeling. That great got a sore throat doc shivering and start to ask you about symptoms just like your physician does so you go through that and using some algorithms some a._i. The natural language understanding it gives you sort of a probability and says you know what based on what you've told me. There's a high probability that you have strep throat. How would you like it. If i were to order a strep test to your home had delivered right now -sego sure to what does this word ties into amazon amazon's brilliant here quite frankly so this amazon amazon so it automatically orders a strep test drone on. You've got it a drone lance at your home. You pick up the strep test now. The strep test west is wi fi enabled the smart old so it automatically taps into your home wifi network and you do the test and your voice assistant talks to you. It tells you how to do it. You do the strep test it then analyzes it it gives you the results and it says yes. You have strep throat. You need some antibiotics. What is now. I know from our previous interactions that you're allergic to penicillin. I already know that 'cause i know your personal health record and so i'm not going to bother to ask him questions about that 'cause we. We will be efficient but i'm going to if it's okay with you. I'm going to order some antibiotics for you. We're gonna have those delivered to your home fantastic so little while later another drone drops drops off your antibiotics. You go to your front door. You pick them up. You start taking them and your voices starts talking you through

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"dr terry" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"dr terry" Discussed on KTRH

"Hey, Dr Terry pretty exciting time. She's days. Thank you for having me on the show. We've been seeing outstanding results if it's new technology that I was glad that I learned about last year and the results have been phenomenal. Yeah. And a, and this is I guess very appropriate that this technology is a byproduct of the space program given Houston's connection and ASA. But through the years in space, we've learned a lot about light. And from that study of light has come the contoured light body sculpting system. And you know, we've been talking about this on the air hearing testimonials from people that have seen pounds and inches. Come right off and it just twenty minutes. That's how long you say shins are in the contour light system. So Dr Terry talks about this space age technology that is the contour light body sculpting system, the LED lights system that is helping us lose weight and inches, right? The technology. Liquified fat, the fat cells in an open up allowing the fat to exit and then shrinks, the cells, and like you said that point about NASA when they first found the technology. They were studying how it affected the collagen in the skin and the last in and how it helps tighten up the skin a byproduct was liquefying the fat in opening up. But that so this was a very encouraging thing for what we've been able to do with her patient show anybody, and let's just kind of set the stage here anybody if you've been struggling with with your weight fat and inches, and you know, as we get older it just seems to kind of Lear on a little bit every year like a tree growing in rings. You know, but if this has been an issue, this is finally technology that is safe. It is quick. You can do it on your lunch hour, and it's really gets rid of the inches. For example, doctor Dr cherry this this testimonial to came in from Catherine. And this this is really pretty.

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Doctors should speak out on gun safety, physicians group says

Chad Benson

00:25 sec | 2 years ago

Doctors should speak out on gun safety, physicians group says

"Physicians group recommending doctors, focus on not just health but gun safety, the American college of physicians says Dr should be asking all patients, whether there's a gun at home. And if it's locked up, safely KTAR's medical expert. Dr Terry Simpson positions have to take the lead in terms of asking for safety number one encouraging people to be saved with their firearms encouraging them to have appropriate training with their

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"dr terry" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"dr terry" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Dr Terry Shriners children's hospital, Colorado and says those who recover often have long lasting impacts from AFL are very resilient. They coke. Very well. But in almost all cases, there was some persistent deficit. Doctors and scientists have not yet determined exactly what in spinal fluid concerts. Af FM, Alex stone ABC news. Saturday Night Live improve on the liberals improve on. If he looked good. We don't look good. This is our president rapper. Kanye, west visited President Trump in the Oval Office this week ABC news chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl. Watching it all a most unusual day at the White House. President Trump invited the cameras into the Oval Office for his meeting with rapper and provocateur. Kanye, west football, great, Jim Brown, west launched into an extended soliloquy about Donald Trump and his red make America great again hat. They tried to scare me to not read this hat, my own friends, but his hat. It gives me a gives me power in a way. It was something about when I put this hand off. And maybe feel like superman superman, that's my favorite superhero, superman, Kate rappers meandering, monologue touched on more than a dozen topics. President seemed almost at a loss for words. I'll tell you what that was. Meeting captive for netted twenty four hours for the president. That included a Bill signing with kid rock and a campaign rally in Erie, Pennsylvania, all those beautiful red hat's make America great again. Wait all of this. The president says he is focused intently on the devastation of hurricane. Michael the monster storm stranding animals to including. Four black kittens who fell out of a ceiling in Panama City, Florida. ABC news senior meteorologist rob Marciano to the rescue. We wanted to make sure the kittens found a safe home right away. So we decided to take them to a humane society approved shelter. Atlas storm zone a we will find a foster home for you right away as a return favor. They asked us to check on their shelter in Panama City, and what we found was startling. Are you guys stuck in there that shelter still standing, but hundreds of toppled trees blocking the roads in isolating the staff and animals inside thirty five dogs and nearly seventy cats and the dark in sweltering heat? We call the national guard and sure enough they showed up making a plan to clear a path at evacuate the animals and staff coming up first, lady, Melania Trump. I know people like.

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Dr Terry Simpson, Jamie West and KTAR discussed on Arizona's Morning News

Arizona's Morning News

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Dr Terry Simpson, Jamie West and KTAR discussed on Arizona's Morning News

"On Arizona's news station KTAR news now twenty three. Eighty four. Degrees in timpee good morning I'm Jamie west disturbing numbers from a new study that finds the death rate for liver cancer increased by forty three percent between two thousand and two thousand sixteen the death rates for other cancers. Have gone down KTAR Dr Terry Simpson says it could. Be due, to lifestyle choices alcohol, consumption hepatitis b and c the major treatments for liver cancer now, are surgery including liver transplantation but we.

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Alcohol-related liver deaths have increased sharply

Big Boy's Neighborhood

01:35 min | 2 years ago

Alcohol-related liver deaths have increased sharply

"Arizona's news station KTAR news now five twenty three eighty. Two degrees, in paradise valley. Good morning I'm Jamie west the death rate for liver cancer has climbed forty three percent between two thousand. And 2016 KTAR medical, expert Dr Terry Simpson says it's not that the. Disease has become more deadly the incidence of liver cancer itself has increased liver cancer doesn't have many good therapeutic options to treat it at often. It is found fairly late Simpson's has some causes of liver cancer can be lifestyle related including. Alcohol consumption or hepatitis b and c, as far, as treatment goes he says liver transplants. Are the most effective fish apparently it's what. Should be for dinner tonight the risk of death fell sharply among a group of more than four hundred thousand men and women surveyed for sixteen years who ate lots, of fish high in omega Three, fatty acid the researchers in the study published by the journal of internal medicine found the risk of death fell among multiple categories for. Fish eaters, and when it. Came to heart health both men and women who got their omega three fatty acids from fish saw the. Risk. Of death by, heart disease fall by at least fifteen percent Brian. Clark ABC news you know this month at KTAR news ninety two three has been teaming up with Pacific is discover Zona there's so much to. See and do in the state you don't even have to leave the confines of the copper. State to, get out there and see, a ton, and this week's destination has Prescott just. Text as to four one one ninety two. Three for your chance to win a.

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New drug on Arizona's streets? DEA confirms first carfentanil overdose death

The Dave Ramsey Show

01:04 min | 2 years ago

New drug on Arizona's streets? DEA confirms first carfentanil overdose death

"With brain cancer last july dr terry simpson tells ktar when you're on chemotherapy you're more prone to certain infections as far as how long it will take him to recover usually about a week or so he's a little older so it might take a little longer he's a little tougher than most so he'll probably recover pretty quickly daughter megan made meghan mccain tweeting her father continues to inspire her everyday with his determination she thinks the doctors at mayo clinic and the public for their prayers arizona's first car fenton overdose is being reported a twenty one year old man in peoria died in august due to a car frontal overdose but it took health officials several months to confirm it you only legitimate use for car rental is in the tranquilize asian of large animals like elephants doug coleman with the drug enforcement administration in arizona show powerful that is as little as a green quality like the grain of sand can kill a person that has no tolerance coleman says his office is investigating where the twenty one year old got the car fenton all result the psotino ktar news let's get a check on traffic here's bradley jay from.

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Ex-ESPN on-air personality says in lawsuit male employees openly watched porn at work

The Dave Ramsey Show

02:26 min | 2 years ago

Ex-ESPN on-air personality says in lawsuit male employees openly watched porn at work

"Resignation today thank you in advance for the support and i am sure he will give near briley in the weeks and the months ahead god bless this wonderful city i love he nashville very resigned after pleading guilty to theft of property in connection with an investigation of an affair with her former boyfriend she's been sentenced to probation and also find several thousand dollars a former on air personality at espn is suing the sports cable network claiming that she was subjected to sexual harassment then ostracised for complaining about it adrian lawrence says male employees at the network often watch pornography on their computers and keep scorecards naming female colleagues that they're targeting for sex espn denies the claims dozens of arrests were made at a dhaka protested the indianapolis state house gruber multifaith demonstrators held a rally outside of senator joe donnelly office call against throat of federal lawmakers to pass legislation for protecting thousands of socalled dreamers from deportation at one point forming a human chain to block traffic outside of the at the at the state house before being arrested by police is because you've back inspires your lights us stop rather life goes on the arrests were peaceful ryan burrow abc news arizona's senator jeff flake is weighing in on president trump's decision on possibly renegotiating the nafta agreement we cannot spark a trade war this is not a good way to prod the mexicans or the canadians into renegotiation of nafta flake told msnbc this morning that dafter has been great for all countries involved in making a decision like this will affect primarily the united states while there have been more than twenty six thousand flu cases this season in arizona that's twenty one thousand more than last year other startling nobert out they've probably one of the worst and and make that boast people will be in their lifetime duty are medical expert dr terry simpson says five percent of all emergency room visits had maricopa county are now flu related there have been five hundred twenty three the monja an influenza deaths in arizona it's consumer protection we could there is on add the state attorney general has several tips to protect yourself and loved ones saint bernard church told arizona's morning lewis keep yourself.

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