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"dr winters" Discussed on John and Ken on Demand

John and Ken on Demand

04:53 min | 3 months ago

"dr winters" Discussed on John and Ken on Demand

"I'm just gonna get a hold of dr winters if if things get worse but he's he's suspects that You know the worst is is done on and going to start feeling better. And i'll be back. We'll be back with them back. What would you say. He's got for underlying health conditions. Any guesses well. He took care a lot of those conditions when he had is his weight. Loss surgery right over twenty years. I've how many times i almost died. Twenty years if you've got this five years younger than us if you got this five years ago when Before the you'd be you're already dead from from falling into drunken The potted plants drunk drunken masks to where we where we begin with. All my antics over the years is probably the slot stuff shouldn't be discussed publicly really if it didn't shock me when you told me that that you had it of course i'm just a walking train wreck right one person about among everyone i know it again i would have picked you. We went through this a few months ago number. He was tested about four five months ago. Because somebody and his household or roommate or something had yeah remember. That didn't have it then. So i thought maybe it's another false alarm and i got cocky two when i thought i was for sure gonna get it. Never gonna get it. And then i got the vaccine. I'm never going to get it. And then i end up getting it guy that on. I'm glad to symptom showed up on saturday. Because if they were two days later he would have been here yesterday in fact to stick up your nose. Yeah oh yeah. I would've wiped out the whole of a fourth floor. Exactly you're right. The symptoms came just in time before you return to work together. I mean we haven't seen you in ten days gone back to yeah. He took last week all. We could go friday so we should be. Maybe maybe i'll stop reading. Who knows relaxing. You know best football games. I don't know we'll. We'll put together a fundraiser to get you a ventilator for you have to. Yeah you know. It'd be a good scam to start a gofundme you know. I thought about that. She's a couple extra bucks. Take much going well. You don't sound that sick right ray. Well dressed up. We'll check in with you. Right producer ray. Lopez of the john and ken show has got a breakthrough cova case. That's our news from. And he said he'd come on so we want to break any hippo laws by revealing. I don't think we're bound by that. We're not bounded. I don't think we're bound by medical laws. Now this comes in tune with the news today from the cdc who nobody trusts.

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"dr winters" Discussed on Twinning with Sisanie

Twinning with Sisanie

03:23 min | 4 months ago

"dr winters" Discussed on Twinning with Sisanie

"Let's check in with the twins tweeting with its delight thirtieth. Twenty twenty one. What up. it's this new. Welcome to another episode of twenty with the city brought to you by american career college. When being your best matters. I am joined today by a very famous man. He's connected to audio right now. That's yes dr going off a wife saw you with ryan on some show and she said there is no way. She's making it to friday to talk to you. Yes i am very pregnant. I am very pregnant right now. dr w chris winter. Welcome to my podcast. How are you. I am fantastic. More interested in how you are on very pregnant. And and i'm and i'm still here. I keep thinking. I'm feeling contractions. But they're not and it's wishful piano. The baby is picking up on your schedule. So i feel like when when it c- right. Yes she win. See's able to talk. We're going to have to get some. Some things worked out because she is very much on your schedule right now so basically A no sleep schedule. that's right. that's why she's going to be an awesome radio. Tv host one day or trauma surgeon. One of the other eat out when when dr winter and i met when we met like furious ago dr.

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"dr winters" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:13 min | 10 months ago

"dr winters" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Those of you were considering like I'm going to do seed, meaning Bermuda grass. We're too cool yet. We want to see the temperatures regularly 55 to 60, and we're gonna have a couple of weeks here where That isn't going to work. So if you're going to do Bermuda grass by seed hold off a little bit. Way really need to warm up for the commuted to grow and Germany and commuted with like the attention of being moistened every day till it gets going. So hold off a little bit here. Maybe by the 1st march will have stable temperatures again. Don't know. But we'll see them. Let's go to the phone. This is Bob. Good morning, Bob. What can I help you with? Morning. I have a cold weather question. Also, I bought them junior for ground cover and want to know what it's okay to planet early this week, or should I wait until the coast Don't gets over? You know, if it were established, it wouldn't be bothered by it. It's a plant that should survive a freeze once it's Not a good set of roots on it. So based on what you said. Since it's a brand new planting. If you can manage it, keep him in the pots. Phantom after this little run a good hard cold because it's not just that it's going to be called. It's gonna be called for a long period of time. I think you'll wind up happier and it gives the plant and opportunity to get a really good start where cold weather won't bother it. But don't think you do. I can do that. I appreciate the help Jeff. Thank you very much. Thanks for the call, Bob. Okay. Let's head over to Carol. Good morning, Carol. What can I help you with? Uh, Jeff, I remember life fall. I believe you mentioned that if we had a Dr winter that if grasshoppers have been a problem, we should put out a poison in February to prevent that happening again. I haven't Alfie of a big Alfie a bush in front that.

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"dr winters" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:59 min | 11 months ago

"dr winters" Discussed on WTOP

"Dot e. D u Certified to operate in Virginia by chef 7 48 traffic and weather on the AIDS here. Steve Dresser in the W T o P Traffic Center in Virginia. Traffic still remain slow on the South bound side of 95 begin to slow down and lording over the yard to Kwan. We cleared up crash activity of the print swinging Park Lane. The leftover delays still remain on better. Dr Winters south of Potomac Mills, north founders. No problems, leaving Fredericksburg up through the AKA quanto, these Springfield interchange traffic moving well in both directions on the capital Beltway in Virginia. No issues on 3 95 or on I 66 In the district. Looks like we're dealing my grandson activity on the north bound side of eyes to 95. Just before you get to the 11th Street bridge could be contained to the left side of the roadway. Do use a bit of caution. Otherwise, no problems to report to D. C to 95 traffic, moving nicely along the Southeast Southwest Freeway over in Maryland. Quiet on the Beltway 95 in the BW Parkway, Traveling incident free. Between the two beltways and minor volume delays. South Banai to 70 after Montrose, tapping the brakes a bit down to the lane divide, with no incidents to report and a quiet ride in both directions on Route 50 at the Chesapeake Bay Bridge. Currently we're finding two lanes singing he's found three west them. No issues along Route three. A one or a tea. Nice back Middleton Bridge. For all of your residential and commercial heating needs. Choose the five star heating experts Sacrum Medcalf, Call 1 800 Go crop or visit crumb metcalf dot com. Steve Dresner w T o P traffic Now to start Team four in Samara, Theodore as we head through the overnight hours. We're seeing the last of that precept that those rain showers and bits of a snow move out. And we're going to quiet.

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"dr winters" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:48 min | 11 months ago

"dr winters" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Send the blooms home as a winner in Game one, Does it. Thank you, Jack Edwards and Nessen. Brad Marchand delivered the shootout winner in New Jersey after scoring and regulation during the three to triumph. But don't let that piped in crowd noise. Julia, It was an empty arena. Kevin Miller. What was that, like, very like, almost exactly the same. I mean, even the first couple minutes warmups, your thinking here, there's no fans there. But that goes away really quick and just great to be back out there. Miller hadn't played a game in nearly two years. These will face the devil's again tomorrow. Celtics Magic Tonight at the Garden and Boston had three straight games postponed due to a lack of players available because of leagues, health and safety protocols. She's will be short handed again. No Jason Tatum, Robert Williams or Carson Edwards and others like Jalen Brown. Daniel Thais are currently questionable and jets named Robert Solid their new head coach. He is the fourth active NFL head coach of color. Adam Kaufman WBZ Boston's news radio. Right, Adam. Thank you ate 43. How you doing on the roadways this morning? Let's check it out for you. Basement technologies. This time sponsors the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. It's going on, Laurie. Well, we continue to have delays North bound on the expressway. Jeff, it is really slow going starts right around seven Hill and that continues to Columbia Road. Now downtown Boston. The toughest stuff we're seeing right now is really just on that lever connector that continues to be heavy coming off a 93 and looks a little bit better as you get onto store Dr. Winter at the Longfellow Bridge. Everybody works their way out, and it's moving. Just fine. Now on 1 28 north bound in Woburn. That crash has cleared still some heavy volume The approaching route 38 watch out for a tire changers. Well, this is not 93 south on and Randolph right at route 24. The vehicle is in the breakdown lane. But just so you're aware of that? Laurie granted the BBC's traffic on.

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"dr winters" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"dr winters" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"All the science is based on government Welcome funded back studies to seems happy by the hour. Triple My name A is Steve Myers Ah and Component you're listening Group to of talk the National radio 6 Institute 80 of Health. wcbm We have a very informative Sam's happy show today. hours where we get adult The topic about today is adult the beverages. book the metabolic Show describes approach to cancer. the relationship between alcohol I just had stock nutrition to Charles Lever used We have to a metabolic star guests. Dr. approach Initial Winters, to the the co effects author of alcohol. of the metabolic approach My to guest, cancer. I just Dr Nietzsche She uses nutritional Winters, therapies just she his used doctor the metabolic Lever did approach. In the long term effects To treat of alcohol. cancer. So, Dr Winters uh, is the first well, of two doctors I like to do, and Doc. I'll have We've a guest We next didn't week. We'll complete be talking all with the Dr things on Laura my bucket Container. list from from Dr the Container first segment. Practices, So Emergency one Medicine of and the things San I've Francisco. been telling my audience week But she after was also week. the head of one Is of the the purpose best of wineries consumption in the world. is to energize Plus, the body. she's one of the And industry's most you influential know something about executives. how the energized cells So why We will compare don't you pick some it of up Dr there Winters and start talking nutritional about that? therapies with those Who are Dr Lieber. you know, I think that the All number this one will be done complaint in a very simplistic that doctors here today manner from their patients because Sam is the teeth. stands for And simple that is, alcohol you know, at well management. over 80% of our When patients you learn how coming to manage in or your going diet, toe have that you as will a be concern able to manage as all as a the goal adverse and effects what's of alcohol the first sign like toxicity, of mighty oxidation Khan real and cancer damage? prevention that will And talk of, about today. you know, just like a problem Malabsorption in the system dehydration. is the teeth. Blood And sugars so we need and to the stress be taking hormone it much cortisol. more seriously, versus So sort let of me just introduce writing you it to off. our And guest in doctor. a Initial such, Winters it is always is the founder and at least the CEO in my experience of optimal as terrain the way I consulting. approach the ecosystem She is a board of the certified body. natural It's perfect about doctor. nutrients, excesses License and nutrient acupuncturist deficiencies. and a fellow Pretty with the simple American Board you'll that's of Natural just sort Path. of either Thick oncology. just right or just wrong She lectures for all over the individual. the world training physicians And as in the such, we need application to start toe of mistletoe qualifying therapy. quantify what It that is is. the season There's common sense. She But consults most with people don't researchers, have the common one sense projects of where involving with all the mistletoe discipline therapy, to note to hypothermia fuel themselves. and the key Appropriately to genic diet. every single day, day in She's and a day out, high elevation and those girl little living sort in Toronto. of deficits Durango, Colorado it is well being to at the the system elevation will accumulate of about over 6000 time and lead ft. to disease. Dr So Winters. Welcome I'm to seems not sure happy where you want hour. me to You're go specifically on the air. on that, But we could definitely Thank you dive so much. into This is excellent, some of the most Great. critical nutrients I'd that like to are tell the audience devoid how in I our diet discovered today. you. It was actually Andre through another that doctor, lead us to reaching Dr for James Williams. you, no food to nourish People. He our Medicaid practices ourselves. Oriental medicine That may not down be in appropriate. Sarasota, Florida Yeah, One and authored of the things several that up books, including the Pro Haunt research Prolonging on alcohol Health. shows I is follow that him through his alcohol email messages. consumption, especially About when it three becomes years abusive. ago. He highly Will de energize recommended the body. your book So the it's metabolic basically approach what you to were cancer. referring to where Um, you're that looking you wrote at with fatigue, just Higgins Kelly. but what I want So to do is maybe that get is into a lot of the what we want effects to talk about. of oxidation. We have a lot of commonalities On the body. and in We our had programs doctors to cure. and Um uh that uh, we would like to reveal Doctor to the seems Akari audience a couple first weeks ago. one He's way the former director of Metabolism kind of share with to Ian seem I triple A Pathway with the, to um does our different a programs. lot of studies one I alcohol. became aware of the effects Metabolism. of alcohol through He started observation talking about of my customers. a new tree. The Your awareness oxidation to cancer and had the a more dramatic Role of that fully fashion. Tell the us about that. plays in that so Yeah, I think Can you anybody hear? who decides to work with Yes, cancer. the way I describe We oxidation didn't come to here a by patient accident. simply, It wasn't and then we'll like go into we said, the details Hey, I think of I'll it be a is cancer that you're simply doctor. resting That's interesting not where it starts. before your It time, starts with right? a very personal And so experience when we think of of either oxidation, a loved one..

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"dr winters" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"dr winters" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"It's that quick. Leave your messages and 1877 voiced 86 1877664786 as I mentioned. Mark Geragos will join us in five all five I guess to take a victory lap of sorts about this judge's decision. You lift the L. A County Bannon Outdoor dining. The California Restaurant Association and Mark Era goes his restaurant filed the suit and this Judge James Saga shall fan Reaffirmed his tentative decision to lift the ban. Unfortunately, the state band is still in place that allow it to be the next mountain to conquer. We'll also be talking to Dr Winters again. John about the vaccine news coming up in the Yes. Look our thanks, Fang. This is quite a story from Axios. We're going to talk about Fang Fang. Yeah. Wasn't Phangnga soupy sales, his little friend on the setting sail ship? Yes, Well, the puppet Christine. Thank my memory doesn't go back that Farkas. Uh well, you know, it's soupy Sales. Oh, yeah. Yeah. He used to be a talk show host in New York. Right for years. Right? Was a kids TV, right? I'm in his later part of his career. Oh, yes. Yeah, I remember Soupy sales got in trouble because he was telling kids to send in money or something. Remember that we had to reach in your parents wallets and send him the Lincolns. Everything big. Fucked up with the picture day. Abraham Lincoln about I think was well thank thing is also known as Christine Fang. And this story is she was a spy for China. And she embedded herself in Bay Area politics. She also slept with at least two Midwestern mayors. Now the story goes, She actually left the country and 2015. She arrived in 2011 under the cover of being a student she fund raised for Congressman Eric Swalwell. Remember, that guy didn't run for president ran for president for about a week and a half. He's from Northern California and another one that ran for president Tulsi Gabbert. Both of them ran in the 2020 Democratic. So she's a spy, and she sleeping with mayors and raising money for really low rent candidates. What's what's the advantage there? I think you're the idea was for her to work her way up, and people said that she was everywhere. There's numerous pictures of her with Congressman. I know that Judy to RO Khanna, my condo these roll California Congress members, Mayor, State Assembly members, Town Council members, she was just trying to embed herself. And mostly, it looks like California politics, although, according to sources, the mayor's that she had a romantic relationship with where we're somewhere in the Midwest. The first is being reported as a elderly man who introduced her as his girlfriend. Yeah, Some guy Martino Mayor Gilbert Wong referred to this mayor is an older man from an obscure city who referred to Fang Fang as his girlfriend. But a sexual encounter involving Fang and Ohio Mayor was also caught on FBI surveillance. Well, what's she getting out of these mayors if it's an obscure city in the Midwest? What if I make mayor has become bigger players? You see, I think that's the possibility. Wow. That's got her on the ground. You see what she can find out. You've got to have patience for maybe a couple of decades. Maybe. Yes, well, well ran for President Tulsi Gabbert, Though the Gabbert people said that she is that she never met fact I'm but there's pictures of her with Eric Swalwell. Oh, yeah, Well, I mean, they do end up taking pictures with thousands and thousands of people. Oh, here's what? And there's no way that vet all the crackpots who who send you money. They get cozy with politicians early on in their career, so they can influence them later on, See it's a long term project. So this was his bare life. Chinese spies. Yeah, well, she was only in her twenties or early thirties. So she has she could hang around here 20 years and she if she can't find the next Obama, you see what I mean? What kind of crazy stuff to these women do in bed? We have to get their hooks into these guys. Well, you know, is this a new elderly? Possibly white Mayor from obscure city might find it very exciting, right that this young Chinese girl thinks I'm hot. Some some some old guys have you know Asian Fixations? Yes, exactly. Yes, she enrolled as a student at Cal State East Bay. I don't know that one in 2011 Cal state, he's bag caffeine, Okay, blended in well with the undergraduate population. Then she began involving herself, embedding herself in local Bay Area politics, and everyone said she was at all the fundraiser. She was a bundle for several counts of petty bungled. I'm just going back, though I'm trying to understand this. There's thousands and thousands of mayors, right? Yes, you wanna You wanna get connected to powerful people that you can then eventually extort get secrets out of right compromise in some way. Or you get connections. What made you pick these two obscure mayor's? That's what that's what I don't understand. I mean, maybe maybe, though, turn into something big. But probably not. Most mirrors really don't go anywhere beyond their local town or the they become a county politician, or what if she came across them. By chance. It looked like she was realized work just back from politics kind of working out of moves. Well, she started getting close to Swalwell. When he was a council member in Dublin City. She developed close ties to his office helped him bring in big donors. I mean, you and I laugh at that guy because he's just an obscure California congressman, but he did run for president. I mean, if you're gonna go, you know, it's probably not hard to Real and Bill Clinton. Oh, and then she started attending conferences for mayors. That's where she met these guys. Carcetti. No, E..

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"dr winters" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"dr winters" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"We're gonna talk with Dr Robert winners right now. Dr Robert winners is board certified. Infectious disease specialists. Westside Travel on Immunizations in Santa Monica. We have had him on many times during this virus outbreak and talk to him. About what's gone on today, where the L. A County Board of Supervisors decided to AH uphold Dr Barbara Ferrer's decision to ban outdoor restaurant dining. As of 10 o'clock tomorrow night. Which is just catastrophic for 700,000 people who work in the industry. L. A County Dr Winters welcome. Good afternoon, John. You're doing a great job. By the way, the absence of can keep it up. You can pick the nice week to take off. I'm busy week for sure. I'm exhausted with all this nonsense. What? What's your opinion on this? This restaurant closure. Well, look, it's kind of funny being in the medical profession. I really I get the idea that we have to prevent people from dying. We have to prevent people from getting sick and you know, we've talked about this several times before, and it's really kind of like a mathematical problem on all I get all I can tell you is you look at the number of people that have been infected with covert across America. You look at the number of deaths and I know it's a rough estimate on both sides. There's about a 2% death rate and about anywhere from 5 to 5 to 10% severe illness where people end up in the hospital but a 2% death rate across the country. You look at l. A county you had 370,000 or so cases you have last time. I looked 7446 death. Guess what that comes out to 2%. So we're that's a fairly standard figure. Now is about a 2% mortality rate for across the line for code infection. So now you're a politician. Okay? You're the governor. You're the mayor. You're an epidemiologist, and you have to say to yourself. Look, what are we going to do? We're gonna let 10 million people in L. A county. Get exposed to covert and do nothing about it. We know there's a 2% mortality rate. Hey, there's a 10% risk of severe illness. So 10% of 10,000,001 million of our fellow citizens are going to end up in the hospital. We can't have that happen, and nobody really wants to have blood on their hands individually. Plus, look, they are tasked with doing the right thing for society. So that's the problem that you have to look at. And that's the reason for all this. Now do I believe in closing. Restaurants are going to solve this problem? Absolutely not. Absolutely not. I think they've probably some degree overstepped their authority because it's not going to solve the problem. I think it's egregious. Behavior on their behalf with very, very little expected gains from that closure. Well, you've given the most charitable most understanding view of, you know the job of these politicians and Dr Barbara for rare And even if I grant all that They still have to make intelligence, intelligent, data based science decisions, and there's no science to cutting off. Restaurants. Well, understand something when you go to your local market, you go to Costco. You you go out. You're wearing a mask. What is one large activity number of people, uh, in a relatively confined area, where they take their masks off. That's dining, So we made the exception. Well, Dining outside is better because you have a recurrence and you have wind blowing this virus away and we eliminated indoor dining. But still when you're eating outside, you have your mask off. What other great activity where large number of people can congregate where you're gonna have your mask off. So you look at what I don't say it's low hanging fruit, but it's an activity where people aren't wearing masks. Right and I couldn't tell you, but at the same time it's not producing the spike. Well, I agree. If you know the figures where we talked a little over 3% of the cases were attributed to restaurant dining. A ZAY told you a couple of minutes ago. I don't think it's going to solve the problem and again. I think the restaurants have done a heroic job doing what they could to help prevent transmission. We live on the same side of town. I'm just going with what I see with my eyes and I see them really taken taken as as extreme measures as you possibly can. Hey, listen, Can I tell you story real quick to three nights ago, I went out to dinner. The waiter was wearing a face shield wearing a mask, gloves standing 3 ft away. You know, I I ordered salmon and a side of rice and I got a ham sandwich and a cup of ice. It was pretty good, but it's not what I ordered, right. I know you can't understand the waiter and he can't understand you. But what you just said, is what I'm saying. I've seen waiters with double masks. Double master the face shield. One mask in a face shield. They are standing several feet away. They're straining t Hear what you're saying. I'm straining to hear what they're saying. Often they're saying it an accident, an accent. I mean, for the most part, the orders have come out, okay, but people are making good faith efforts and their Sheila Cule saying, Well, no there a risk. I think that they're not You know, it's it's supposed to be like about 10 minutes. Yeah, well, we're without where you're really at risk. Not if you stay with the general freed away for a minute. You know, the data says he need about 15 minutes. Exposure. Uh, lesson 6 ft. Away to somebody that's infected to significantly increase your risk of coming down with covert 15 minutes over, Say, a 24 hour period. John. I understand the logic on their on their side of the equation..

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"dr winters" Discussed on Pulp

Pulp

08:10 min | 1 year ago

"dr winters" Discussed on Pulp

"Various inhabited worlds outside universes formed the ether bridges needed for mental. Communication. Atmospheric friction burned away the protecting envelope leaving the cube exposed and subject to discovery by the intelligent minds of the world's where they fell. By its very nature, the Cuban attract and river attention. This when coupled with the action of White was sufficient to set its special properties working. The mind that noticed the cube. would be drawn into it by the power of the disk and would be sent on a threat of obscure energy to the place whence the disk Tom. The remote world of the worm like space explorers across stupendous galactic abysses received in one of the machines to which each cube was attuned. The captured mind would remain suspended without body or senses until examined by one of the worm-like race. Then it would by an obscure process of inner change be pumped of all its contents. The investigators mind would now occupy the strange machine. While the captive mind occupied the interrogators worm like body. Then in another change, the interrogators mind would leap across boundless space to the captives vacant unconscious body on the Trans Galactic World animating the Alien Tenement as best it could. And exploring the alien world in the guise of one of its denizens. Went done with exploration. The adventure would use the cube and its disk in accomplishing his return. And Sometimes the captured mind would be restored safely to its own remote world not always however. Was the alien race so kind Sometimes when a potentially important species capable of space travel was found. The worm like folk would employ the cube to capture and annihilate minds by the thousands and would extirpate the species for diplomatic reasons using the exploring minds as agents of destruction. In other cases, sections of worm like folk would permanently occupy the Trans Galactic Planet, destroying the captured minds and wiping out the remaining inhabitants preparatory to settling down in the unfamiliar. Bodies. Never however could the parent civilization be quite duplicated in such case since the new planet would not contain all the materials necessary for the worm races art. The cubes, for example, could be made only on the home planet. Only a few of the numberless cube sent forth ever found a landing and response in an inhabited world since there was no such thing as aiming them at goals beyond site or non witch. Only three ran, the story had ever landed on peopled worlds in their own particular universe. One of these had struck a planet near the Galactic Rim two thousand billion years ago. While another had lodged three billion years ago on a world near the center of the Galaxy, the third and the only one ever known to have invaded. The solar system had reached our own earth one hundred and fifty million years ago. It was with this ladder that Dr winters halls translation chiefly dealt. When the cube struck the earth he wrote were huge cone shaped creatures surpassing all others before or since in mentality and achievements this species was so advanced that it had actually sent minds abroad in both space and time to explore the cosmos hence recognized something of what had happened when the cube fell from the sky and certain individuals had suffered mental change after gazing at it. Realizing that the changed individuals represented invading minds, the species leaders had them destroyed even at the cost of leaving the displaced mines exiled in alien space. They had had experience with even stranger transitions when through the mental exploration of space and time they formed a rough idea of what the cube was. They carefully hit the thing from light and sight and guarded it as a menace. They did not wish to destroy a so rich in later experimental possibilities now, and then some rash unscrupulous adventurer would furtively gain access to it and sample. It's perilous powers despite the consequences. But. All such cases were discovered and safely and drastically dealt with. Of the evil meddling the only bad result was that the worm like species learned from the new exiles what had happened to their explorers on Earth And conceived a violent hatred of the planet and all its life forms, they would have destroyed it if they could and indeed sent additional cubes into space in the wild hope of striking at by accident in unguarded places. But that accident never came to pass. The cone shaped terrestrial beings kept the one existing cube in a special shrine as a relic and basis for experiments. Till after EONS, it was lost in the chaos of war and the destruction of the great polar city where it was guarded. When fifty million years ago the being sent their mind ahead into the infinite future to avoid a nameless peril of inner earth. The whereabouts of the sinister cube from space were unknown. This, much according to the learn to cultist the down shards had said, what now made the account? So obscurely frightful to Campbell was the minute accuracy with which the Alien Q. had been described. Every detail tallied. Dimensions Consistency hieroglyph central disc hypnotic effects as he thought the matter over and over amidst the darkness of his strange situation, he began to wonder whether the whole experience with the Crystal Cube indeed its very existence were not a nightmare brought on by some freakish subconscious memory of this old bit of extravagant Charlotte Hanoch reading if so though the nightmare must still be in force since his present apparently body Louis State had nothing of normality in it. Of the time consumed by this puzzled memory and reflection, Campbell could form no estimate everything about his state was so unreal that ordinary dimensions and measurements became meaningless it seems an eternity. But perhaps, it was not really long before the sudden interruption came. What happened was a strange and inexplicable as the blackness it succeeded. There was a sensation of a mind rather than body and all at once Campbell his thoughts swept or sucked beyond his control in tumultuous and Chaotic Fashion Memories Arose irresponsibly and irrelevantly all that he knew all his personal background traditions experiences scholarship dreams, ideas, and inspirations welled up abruptly and simultaneously with dizzying speed and abundance, which soon made him on to keep track of any separate concept. The parade of all his mental contents became an avalanche, a cascade of Vortex. It was as horrible and vertiginous as his flight through space when the crystal cube pulled him. Finally, it snapped his consciousness and brought on fresh oblivion another measureless blank. And then. A slow trickle of sensation. This time it was physical, not mental Sapphire light and.

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"dr winters" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"dr winters" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"So, although I agree with the data that said only 6% of the total covert death were purely code related in the absence of other underlying illnesses. You still you have people in our society that have diabetes, heart disease right there at risk. But you know, here's what I thought at least I would offer. The reality is we've had six months with covert 19. We know how to manage it, and I think adults can make good adult decisions for themselves or for their minor Children. The reality is, I think masks including and 95 surgical mask should be made readily available. Because I know they are preventative. In terms of catching this virus, people should be able to make their decisions if they want to go visit a restaurant and eat indoors or or not. And if they don't feel comfortable being indoors, then they don't visit that restaurant. But I had some level here. I'm against whether it's you know, from a federal level of federal mandate or or from the governor of California. Telling adults how to continue managing this virus because I think we have a pretty good handle on what we need to do to avoid it. And and those outlines are very clear, social distancing wearing a mask, you know, staying home if you're sick. You know that those behaviors will limit the impact and let adults make the decisions do they want to accept responsibility for for their themselves and their Children? Six months in I look at it this way. We took a path whether it was chaotic or planned where we have about 200,000 deaths. Obviously, there could have been alternatives. One of them is the old. Let it rip. As doctor found. She likes to say, head to herd immunity. You really think we would have had millions dead if we did that? I do You know, when we first spoke about this really? Ah, late February March, the data was very, very concerning. And if you recall, I guess I went through some of the numbers where I talked about the population of the United States being 330 million. And just assume that 10% of the population got it. Well, that's what 33 million people and affairs. You know you can and you can start Guesstimating isn't a 1% mortality rate 2%. But you started really talking about large numbers of people dying from this or being severely impacted. And the reality is it's not all about dying from Cove it what we're learning about this virus is there's lots of Post infection concerns in terms of chronic lung disease, or maybe an issue now with chronic heart disease. And who knows how people may fair five years from now, or 10 years from now, people You never listen. When when people got chickenpox, OK, They got chicken pox, and you got over it that you find out 56 years later, you start getting shingles from that initial Chickenpox infection, so nobody has any data. Nobody has any experience in terms of what can cope. But even if you had a very mild or say asymptomatic infection, but who knows where you're going to be a year or two from now, it may be nothing or we may find out the hard way that they that this virus is not as benign as we initially thought. Right? Can you hang on Dr Winters? No one talked about the vaccine aspect of this. Dr Robert winners is a board certified infectious disease specialist. The businesses, Westside Travel, Medicine and immunizations in Santa Monica. And I made a reference to Elvis Goes Elvis, our technical director. Hadco vid. Did you hear Dr. We'll just talk about the lingering effects. Elvis, you could be ill for years. I I don't I don't look forward to that even checked her heart and brain problems and all that. Yeah, I have. I get a physical every year, so I'm pretty good with my I did have high blood pressure for a little while in my life, But I lost the weight and I have brought that down. But Yeah, I've heard also, you can you can This can linger and bring on other things. So who knows? All right, Hope you don't get it again. Me to stay away from Ray. Okay, done. What about you? Stay away from me. To me. Me. Me. Exactly. It's all about me. I don't want to get Cove ID. You nailed her. That was well done. Thank you. I want to be included in this. D'oh. Johnny. Five years Denver market. At least three people have been shot at an apartment building in Santa Ana near John Wayne Airport. That shooter may still be inside the building. We'll keep you updated. More than 900 wildfires are burning in California 1.5 million acres of burn So far, eight people and killed more than 3100 buildings have been destroyed,.

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"dr winters" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

06:23 min | 1 year ago

"dr winters" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"I'm not just shouldn't be with a quick I'm just thinking. I've been lonely. What do you think would have first to believe, maybe under medic? I don't want to seem don't want any of this. Those shouldn't be with some quick. I'm just thinking. I've been lonely, No bathtub cry and think I'm slowly sinking in a boozer. Matt. As now maybe, you understand, said just Those shouldn't be with someone. I'm just thinking. I've been lonely romance in and it's Try dancing slim. I would hate to miss things. I'm just a loser shouldn't be with get someone quick, But I'm just thinkin about whether I should I've been lonely. 80 40 X Dr Winter with the Ranger who could make raced up. You could make the paste popping over to do the motor laying raise dust their feet for the show things. You don't wanna kiss you on your neck, did you? Then they beat the post debate They military to break that wass told me that you got a new life. I don't know. No, no, no. Oh, so so So. So where you used to love it? No, don't No, no, no, no, you home 000. So so, so so way you love Oh, I don't know where More drink more biology. Don't know again. Okay, baby, replace Go Rim. Don't bring happen. I don't want no, no, no, no, so so so used No, no, no, This is so so. So every time I go out a cable from this long ever from that someone Even in my hand, baby, you just wait. I don't want no, no, no, no. So so So Wait. No, no. So so? So no more beast No more green know much And maybe Genesis, you burned day, you know, just make you better than your birthday. Oh, way. Like this way you could like that effect. Nevermind. Let the past be. Maybe he's right now, but you don't.

"dr winters" Discussed on Hi Everybody - A Bad Medicine Podcast

Hi Everybody - A Bad Medicine Podcast

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"dr winters" Discussed on Hi Everybody - A Bad Medicine Podcast

"Night. With as once again, the discussed this John Van Damme's first real movie. Think no no, no one isn't Cyborg before this. I don't know. I were the first row one. I know that that definitely before this That's slightly analog boys you're hearing is Dr Winter with us once again to. To discuss this wonderful film I got we had to do this why it so good. I thought that was actually going to be for bullshit because it's come out that rate is it Ray Dukes? Always Franken branks dukes frank is an absolute liar about everything and it's great. It's such a weird thing to have like to have that come out because in my childhood this this was Gospel like this movie is based on a true story and there was no way to easily look look stuff up and so like this Guy Frank Dukes was against ultimate furthest thing and basically made up the entire and of course we took it as Gospel because this was the movie of My childhood, the amount of time. I have done like flow posing with finger like weird finger nighthawks you back with like just like. The amount of times I. Have stood there and like flex by needs about to kick somebody is if a lot, it's a crazy amount does it does explain your obsessing doing the splits on the timing punching guys. Look at me do the split by say that a lot. Too for those of you who haven't seen this movie If if you want an introduction to adjust read like the the instruction manual, the Bordeaux Combat. Yeah basically like Johnny Cage's based making fun this yeah yeah. Underground fight club. And sometimes people die. But the reason why I picked this movie looks too. But one of the big ones it's finally a movie that addresses my biggest complaint about every movie. Is that there's not enough blood because and this will be. Blood. In the title there's also enough sport. Wait you're talking no holds barred would not have enough sport. No no holds barred had the exact right amount of sport for a movie about wrestling in the eighties..

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"dr winters" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

06:37 min | 1 year ago

"dr winters" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Eight five five two one two for CBS eight five five two one two four two two seven zero Dr winters was in obvious winner to me is going to be the Miami Dolphins no surprise there they get the quarterback they have three first round picks they were gonna be well positioned to do self bought through under the radar winners the Baltimore Ravens get Patrick queen and get JK Dobbins I absolutely love it I'll give you know the team they did not have a first round pick buffalo Indianapolis to get Michael Pittman and Jonathan Taylor wow and remember it's not like they can get a resource that if for example a banded the forest block now that's a real good all for a win now team that Chris Ballard put together sell my three winners in some water dolphins colts ravens my biggest loser hands down the Green Bay Packers puts it in the state of Virginia Tom is up next the joins us here on CBS sports radio Tommy how you doing good how are you Sir some of the well that was that it did what do you think do you think Belichick quien possum I mean do you think you said non something what's that I'm like still I'm kind of when I watched him in college he kind of reminded me of borough before borough is you know revealed himself whose if you watch the music city bowl like Stidham destroyed Purdue and again and it's like and I'm just wondering because Belichick just seems like he's kind of goofing around how they what they drafted it out of you try to project an image like they they've got nothing and all of a sudden they're gonna pounce again I'm just wondering what you think it's interesting question I'll be honest I don't know if the patriots are certain I don't know if the patriots are sold that Jarrett Stidham is their guy however I need to win one works it this year even though they won't admit it it's very much a year of transition may have said goodbye to a lot of veterans on their team of course Tom Brady leaving is like seismic in many ways and it means a whole lot to the franchise in the organization no longer have the greatest ever do it winding up for you however Tom I think they like Jarrett Stidham but I also think they wanted to put their team in a position so that if Jarrett Stidham is not the guy this time call next year they draft a quarterback like I never really entertained the idea of New England drafted a quarterback I just never bought that they were gonna either trade up and get to where they needed to be or that they were going to follow up with somebody on the board I just didn't see it happening yeah that's sort of my second quick point is I like I sort of a pet peeve where teams and New England the Belgians credit like they defied it just like you said is that teams are going to draft and they feel like all this team needs a quarterback like the chart but if you are getting a top one or two guys it's not worth it to me to try to settle for another guy because you look at years were like Mariota and Jameis sort of top guys they're both like added there now it's what four years later it's it's like one guy from every year of sustain himself with a quarterback career you know in my opinion I just think like Chandy a go ahead I'm sorry to tell a charter they gonna picked up a jail sentence instead of Herbert in Allen I think you you know and then go what Tyrod I think they would've been better off in the long run what it comes down to simple fact is Justin Herbert going to be a star and I think we're in agreement on this I have serious doubts to whether or not Justin Herbert is going to be a big time player in this league cell they said they had a need at quarterback but I always say with that position you got to be a lot of number one and you gotta take the quarterback hoping that he's going to flourish into being a star and I would always in drafting quarterback Golda guys got the highest upside and a high ceiling imaginable even if there are questions because you're not looking to have a single with a quarterback do not you'll get hit out of the park can city had out of pocket Patrick Mahomes couple years ago but watching him in college the mill the show what's on the other hand we'll watch them in college he was great he was special it was the it factor about it as well in Houston Texas made that pic I was like they got themselves an absolute star was at the Minneapolis Salukis up next to judge this season on CBS sports radio look at you go man good thanks for my call JJ my pleasure Luke which jacket and really enjoyed listening G. on it they have a list and much appreciated my call but I didn't know I was talking to the guys the best name in radio great name and and your endless and I wish I could tell you was like some sort of stage name is just the way I drew it up but not it runs in the family is very broad cell I'm glad that the name gave you a you know a little bit of a small into a bright new day in some degree look what can I tell you I I I well maybe I got to work on like a copy right some way somehow you know I like it and I guess I'll do a quick non draft started question what's the middle name J. no it's gonna be sell items jogger management G. Stransky but remember J. J. just sounds a little better and I'll like tea bags and that and that and that when you got a first name John last name just ask you just roll with JJ and that's basically what everybody did in school I had that nickname the route in which there are ten zillion Johns in the world you know what I mean so you can kind of stand out a little bit more being the JJ wrote it well love it love it and love that you're gonna be able to let me ask you shoot you out yet so I mean I'm a I'm a guy was moved around a lot actually college job in New York City been all over the place but been a minister last ten years but you know with my kids and my oldest nine years old is a huge Vikings fan so I've become a huge I can stamp I guess I mean you didn't read it in the top three that I'm looking to distract and just thinking Gee I mean isn't this the way to do it you just have so many packs are I mean talk to me I just what you're talking about what I just did a very very good job here they made a wheel well we're doing so I want to be there they going get Justin Jefferson while of the LSU they get Gladney the corner out of TCU which fills a need to remember they lost exit your rows via free agency they get Cleveland who they can put on the offense of line and trying to keep Kirk cousins upright yeah I'm a okay with the what the Vikings were able to do when it comes to addressing the draft board at the end of the day okay it's going to come down to your quarterback and he is.

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"dr winters" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

08:30 min | 1 year ago

"dr winters" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"App welcome everybody to another hour of the John and Ken show ends where happy to have once again back on the show Dr winters to talk about the latest developments with the covert nineteen and he can let his expertise we Dr winters is a board certified infectious disease specialist at west side travel medicine and immunizations based in Santa Monica works in a number of area hospitals as well he has seen the current virus patients up close and doctor winners welcome to the show Hey good afternoon well it's been a fascinating couple days with corona virus news what do you think what do you make a couple of months yeah I don't really I was really interested in the last couple of days in LA county let's say there's four percent of the population that has the antibodies but no symptoms in New York City it may be twenty one percent when you heard about the studies what what did what did you think what what what went through your mind well it reinforces what we have been concerned about which is are we could somehow or other infecting people from unknown sources the people are spreading this virus around Swindon cells are not going to matter and that's why I think the concerned a couple months ago were were were were very legitimate in the sense that when you have the flu you know you have the flu you know your coffee you have a fever your nose is running people stay away from you that yeah can you imagine illness that can have devastating consequences and yet you can be exposed to it by someone in the in in casual conversation or if you're in the A. share the same airspace so that's why I think coronavirus has a whole different type of the concerned and the annual influenza have you ever seen a flu virus or any kind of a virus that has such a huge number of a symptomatic victims no it's most unusual it is really most unusual and that's why I think we've had to take some of the social distancing measures that have been employed because of that very fact I think there has been a concern about a symptomatic transmission for at least sixty eight with is is it something though that may be unbeatable because if it if it's that easy to spread it realistically in in the real world hi how are you going to stop everybody from getting it well it's a great question and the reality is you you probably can't unless two things happened if enough time goes by and enough people get infected then you get will be called herd immunity where whether it's fifty or eighty percent of the population or even more get naturally infected just through you know living a normal life eventually they're going to reopen the business says whether it's going to be repair restaurants and movie theaters and work out the disabilities people tend to get exposed over the long term if we start reducing some of the social measures which clearly I think we need to do on the other hand if we can get a vaccine that is available it's effective and safe and we can get that into the country get it to the population we can develop the immunity through vaccination which then obviously will decrease the risk of people coming down with this through you know asymptomatic transmission or or any other way for that matter once the council the symptomatic people this is going to lower the death rate dramatic yeah but it's still a significant problem I I I think there's two competing interests here the a symptomatic transmission which is very scary to and that's why I think you know what people need to wear their masking and avoid large groups of people but I think the other concern is what happens when people start going back to work and you know people will be people and we're not always going to be social socially distancing ourselves it's gonna be hard to wear a mask in in a variety of situations and I think what will happen is we've seen some very good numbers coming down in terms of the third the rate of infection but I have a suspicion that the numbers will probably start coming back up again as we slowly introduce his normal business back into the the real world this is corona virus you think unique in a symptomatic spreaders is true with your average seasonal flu this many a symptomatic people spread the flu you know it it is for the most part when you have a fever you tend to be certainly most infectious but they talk about member measles I think you can spread measles maybe two or three days before you start developing the obvious rash so that was always concerned with measles that you can speak a spreader before you really come down with a full blown illness but covered nineteen at least in my experience and my knowledge it is quite unique in its ability to because active infection catastrophic illness yet spread by somebody who doesn't have the actual illness what else let's see your your instinct on why this is that some people could be literally destroyed by the virus and yet huge numbers huge percentages are not bothered at all what do you think is going to end up being the story there I think it's the interplay between the actual virus I think there's they've talked about to thirty different strains now of code nineteen it has mutated so there are different strains of this virus floating around so it's clearly the interplay between the virus your own immunity we're all human but we all have very different immune systems and different types of proteins that are gonna be interacting with this virus so clearly it's the interplay between the virus your own immune system and just like influenza I mean some people have influenza it's a very mild illness other people end up staying home for a week or two because it's a bad illness and there's other people that end up in the hospital and just like you see with the coronavirus people end up getting this condition called A. R. D. S. adult adult respiratory distress syndrome which causes very severe reading problems and and and can certainly culminate in death influenza can also lead to a R. D. S. so you have this very wide spectrum spectrum of illness between both code nineteen and the influenza some people it's milder a symptomatic of what we would call the doctor subclinical disease meaning you got infected but you don't even know it and we can determine that by antibody testing and other people are catastrophically impacted by it and and and and some even die from the same illness so it's quite interesting yeah I don't know if you saw the task force press conference today but they had a researcher from the department of homeland security and they had some graphics up on the screen that they think that according to research sunlight with high temperature and high humidity tells the virus quickly maybe within seconds or minutes depending on how hot depending on how humid depending on whether the sun is out or not I just does that seem plausible to you yeah I did not see that conference I was busy working but it does make some sense because we do know that ultraviolet light tends to be quite active in in in destroying these types of viruses so I don't know if it if if we're actually talk about sunlight because of the holder violet a component of that or is there some other factor but I I think that warm weather direct sunlight is very very good for us to hopefully help stamp down this this this viral infection yeah I did the research said it it kills the viruses more quickly when it's aerosolized in the air then the surface but it kills it quickly on the surface if it's hot enough in humans right that's why we're hoping maybe with warmer weather they'll be a natural decrease and the rate of transmission well I can only hope what doctor does can you stay with us take a couple of questions here all right this is doctor Robert winters are infectious disease specialist from the west side in Santa Monica and.

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"dr winters" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"dr winters" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"An OBGYN doctor at Aurora ladies thank you so much for sticking around with us have a person contracts covert nineteen and survives are they immune from giving it a second time not necessarily so what we do know is that people have been tested positive for weeks and months after having been positive for the first time and the question is whether that teaches virus that they're carrying verses they're getting it again and it's not expected that people are going to have long lived immunity from this like we don't have long lived immunity against other human coronaviruses were taking your tax at a five five six one six one six twenty years one that says I think my family and I have already had to cope with nineteen is it possible that I can have that check to find out if you're a symptomatic right now the answer is no because we don't have enough cash to do the nasal swab to look for it and we do not have an antibody test yet that would look to see if you've been exposed before but the hope is we'll have that in the near future Dr Graham do we know how long the virus can survive on surfaces a person might touch it buries per service it was the New England journal paper that came out and potentially talked about the difference between our paper versus cardboard versus plastic etcetera but what we should assume instead on any type of service that the prickly touched by multiple people it's best to clean it off before you touch it so I got a question from a colleague that asked about groceries when we get our groceries should we wipe them down when we get home is that would you would recommend on I don't believe in that I wouldn't go that far although some people do do it I think the CDC said rather than using chemical cluster just rinse them off with soap and water so that you don't get leaching into the product I guess that makes sense Dr winter let me ask you this question that you know it made headlines when New York City initially said no one would be allowed in the room with mothers during childbirth they sense reverse that very early on the reverse it how important is it for mother's death support when they're in the room during labor in addition to have all and having all the medical support that they need I think it's very important as we know labor and and birth normal national processing but they do take time and I think having someone there really helps women feel more comfortable in labor on their lot of unexpected portion to the process and things that can come up that one didn't anticipate and it's very important to have someone there during labor are there specific things Dr winter that moms and moms to be should be doing to stay safe yes they should be doing all the things that we're recommending for the general population hand washing is very very important good hand washing with soap and water for the twenty seconds in addition the social distancing is very important to help decrease the risk of contracting the Colbert nineteen we are talking during our W. T. M. J. cares a special town hall with Dr Mary Beth Graham an infectious disease doctor and doctor.

Aurora
"dr winters" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

10:07 min | 1 year ago

"dr winters" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"To have enough time for that today and we wanted to spend this segment Dr winters talking about what came up at the White House task force coronavirus task force news conference this morning about possible anti viral so that might work to combat the corona virus is treatments and that we should get into that now sure well what number one if we had a vaccine and you couldn't get the illness because you are protected that that's the the the the magic bullet here you don't need treatment if you don't get infected so that's at least a year away and clinical trials are starting but reality it tells us it's going to be well in excess of twelve eighteen months before there's an effective proven vaccine this kind of help people avoid this rather severe illness now when you start to about drug therapy until this vaccine comes along to protect us there's a lot of different ways to go on it originally we were looking at certain certain drugs that have been effective in treating HIV aids a lot of these drug combinations have varying degrees of success there's a very important drug called rem disappear it was actually made to help treat Ebola patients he did not have a lot of activity against Ebola but the preliminary data looks very very good both out of China and studies in the United States from disappear made by Gilead has a a potential very useful role in this infection and then I think the the big news that president trump is talking about Clark win and a similar drug called hydroxy Cortland it is very hard to get pork when it is a drug that we often used to prevent the malaria in very very few places in the world now most of the malaria certainly in South America and Africa it's all resistance been resistant to chloroquine for for decades we use hydroxy Cork when the trade name is what we call plaquenil for people that have rheumatoid arthritis it helps bring your immune system down a little bit what's rheumatoid arthritis if your immune system attacking it's your own joints so you want to bring that immune response down a little bit so there is some preliminary data and hydroxy Clark went along with zinc any help people infected with coronavirus the only concern is a tried this before with the viral infection that made it actually worse I I there's a viral infection called it works along with dengue virus and blanket out of the name right now the other illness but actually made that viral illness worse so you have to be very careful when you start throwing drugs at large numbers of people you may find out that they're not as helpful as you anticipated how long would it take I know they've done a very small trial run on hydroxy chloroquine how long would it take before we would get a definitive answer one way or the other well the trials are going right now it would probably take at least a few hundred patients enrolled in you because you're going to look at people that get treated you have to look at people that don't get treated you have to analyze the data look at the outcomes and it's really hard to compare you know an eighty year old person that has underlying chronic lung disease against a a fifty year old healthy person yeah both are infected but you have to compare apples with apples you can compare apples with Toyotas so it's just it is going to take time but I have to tell you there's sort of you look at society and do we need to get the correct answer is around is a very good drugs hydroxy core Clinton a weather without zinc is added good treatment SO for society we need to have these and questions answered right away on an individual individual scale when you have a patient in front of you that is going down the tubes you know you're gonna try anything you can say you can get what we call compassionate use of a lot of these products and you do what you can on an individual level but the question's going to have to be answered more you know on a national and world levels what drug is going to be the most effective what do you give people I'll go ahead yeah I say finally did the last treatment where you take people that have been infected and there's been no thousands of them they've been infected and have recovered so now they formed an antibody against this virus so you can either pull their antibody you DO take blood for them to pull it and you can give this to somebody who is critically ill because theoretically they're dying from this this this this virus you do anything you can to prevent that person from sign is that working genetic diseases yes it has to be done in the past before but now we have this cold new technology called genetic engineering so you you get these proteins that that people have made in response to their infection and you can analyze it you you you you taking X. rays you when you break it down to look at it and in three dimension and now you can through bill biotechnology and genetic engineering you can create the same kind of protein in the lab and then inject that into people that are infected and yet not doing well and hopefully it's going to offer them some some benefit have you had any cases come into your office in my office now in the hospital yes N. de how severe have you seen really a nasty ones you know I I've been told sensation that I I can't to talk to it was probably best not to that becomes more of a public relations discussion right one of these tickets are about reducing the viral load is that what they're about yeah you're trying to decrease viral activity because at least the theory is if it gets beyond a certain point you trigger an immune response and what happens people are dying from the virus directly once you have enough viral activities stimulate the immune system you develop something called A. R. D. S. adult respiratory distress syndrome and that is an immune system dysfunction that starts attacking the lung tissue and all the normal organs that year's supposed to have functioning to survive so what happens people don't die directly from this overwhelming onslaught of virus it trick it a triggers the immune response in your new system actually does you and so it's it's the warfare between the immune system of the virus yeah Hey at least this battlefield of carnage right and people are dying when they're when you hear about people you know needing ventilators and you can no longer ventilate them well the reason is it's not that the virus has taken over the virus has tripped the man system and now you're developing adult respiratory distress syndrome which is an immune mediated abnormality of the lungs and you're no longer able to bring an oxygen and delivered to the body and there's no way to know if you arrive predisposed to that I think it's probably a lot of it has to do with how healthy you are going into it you know as you get older your muse system tends to give get a little bit weaker decade by decade yep after age sixty year of lot different than you were at twenty and at eighty year really different than when you were twenty but if you have underlying conditions of a certain age you know you may be at more risk for but we've learned from the Vietnam War soldiers that are permanent very healthy they have severe traumatic injuries they go into a R. D. S. as well so it's an immune mediated process there's many triggers to A. R. D. S. and I could tell you plain old fashioned influenza we've had a number of people it under my care that have required ventilators folk because of A. R. D. S. due to plain old fashioned influenza a so it's not unheard of problem it's just we're concerned about the numbers that we may be hit with over the next couple of weeks and months I talked to winters we thank you for coming on again and you are gonna come on tomorrow at four o'clock and maybe take some listers questions right great look forward to it hi doctor Robert winters infectious disease specialist website travel in Santa Monica John and Ken show calf I Deborah Marquez this we are waiting for a news conference with LA and county officials are going to announce additional health orders due to a coronavirus when that starts we will bring it to you live to Lakers have tested positive for the coronavirus fourteen players were tested yesterday at the practice facility in el Segundo they were all able to stay in their cars for ten seconds of testing the number of positive cases of coronavirus in LA county has risen to two hundred thirty two including the death of a thirty four year old man from Glendora county health director Dr Barbara Ferrer says the man had underlying health conditions TMZ reported the man once had cancer bronchitis and asthma Ferrer says despite the rising numbers things like social distancing is working because code nineteen is widespread as a general rule of thumb you should assume that you may be in affected and that others around you may be infected Ferrer says is more testing is completed the numbers of positive cases will climb a fish market in Los Alamos Los Alameda's has started selling basic groceries because dining rooms are closed over coronavirus concerns original fish company co owner Vanessa Travis is it's a really sad time but she's trying to keep two hundred employees working to see the people so happy and grateful that we're here to provide the foods and services that they want that makes us happy she says people can walk up the drive through or call ahead with the list the fish market is one of several restaurants that have started offering basic things like eggs bread milk meats and vegetables along with regular menu items some shoppers in Orange County have been visiting but trees to get meat they can't find a grocery stores David Lee min from butcher quality meats and braces people have mostly been looking for two types of meat during the corona virus pandemic a lot of chicken chickens flying out the door other than that a lot of marinated stuff a lot of ground beef the trees manager says he's seen more people this week then right before Christmas he says.

Dr winters White House
"dr winters" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:43 min | 2 years ago

"dr winters" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"I forgot what that is tetanus diphtheria protes-. Oh, that's whooping cough. Doctor said the whooping cough is making the rounds. He said, you're probably do. So he gave me shot one arm and the other shot is the updated shingles acsi. Got one two years ago and low and behold a year later, I got a mild outbreak doctor said, well, if vaccine isn't as fictive is the new one it probably made it could've made your outbreak. Very mild. It was pretty mild. It was using get it from the from the vaccine because it was like a year later doubt it, but you're right. There is a chance even today that you know, just got the shot outbreak. I know somebody who got got a vaccine, and they had kind of flu like symptoms for a day. They said that could happen to. Yeah. With the with the shingles vaccine that you could have flu or maybe it was the Jarvis Becsey tetanus is for the lockjaw. But that's rare apparently, but it's still causes muscle tightening. And stiffness diptheria and you get lockjaw. That's really bad. Well, yeah. Here. One in ten people. Yeah. That's that's that's not funny. You can't open your mouth you can't swallow. You sometimes can't even breathe tightening of the muscles in the head and the neck. Oh, that's scary. I should get both of those ones. You got today. I realized that probably should get all my shots all over again, you need to we're now in a foreign country. We're down to third world country where this stuff is floating around. All my I asked him for the toughest vaccine doesn't have it. Well, two things if for for while you have all your childhood vaccines. They they didn't tell you back. Then when we were kids that these things will wear out sometimes I'll wear out in a few years. But Secondly, kind of didn't matter because none of these diseases were around and now because we live in the disgusting third world of Los Angeles. A lot of these diseases are coming back, and you you gotta go in there and get shots. I think I'm going to get all my shots all over again. You should get all of them. I I'm going to go to the Titus. Call up Dr winters. We have on. I'm gonna say infectious diseases in Santa Monica, give me every single vaccine you have once that might not be recommended. I don't kill me. Well, let's let's set up a schedule here everything just enter the shelf, anything even antibac-, sir. No. Some some some anti some anti science anti vaccine religious freak who spends all my time. Reading on the internet and going on scary. Mommy bulletin boards. That tetanus shot man, you're going to be in some pain Ken for about a week hate to break it to you. I got it last month with does not do the same for everybody knows everybody. I know. Donnelly said thirty to forty percent of the people that that kind of reaction. Did you get a shot because I couldn't remember the last time I had it. So when I went in for my physical, which I told you I'm in great condition. The doctor said, let's do attendance vaccine is it. Okay. Let's do it until you always have to stop and say I'm perfect well because he's gonna bean vegan. So that's why guys put me on the defense. Either way. I went for my vegan vaccine I went for my checkup last week. Yeah. All my numbers are well within the desirable rate. Really? You're less. That's right. That's right. My cholesterol 'cause I of cheeseburger proof your to your weight. I don't know about that. Your blood pressure? But he didn't say anything about they didn't say anything about the way. No, it's a few pounds extra. I just wanted to. I knew you were gonna be yelping one day about cholesterol. And it's like, you didn't white meat eaters have good cholesterol too. I I'll be honest. I'm shocked snow every single day because you just believe all the garbage in the news, all that nonsense news that you read every day. When it comes to know when it comes to the diet stuff while it's fake news. I've talked to health professionals one of the reasons that I started off as vegetarian many, many many many years ago, I had high cholesterol, and I believe it or not you Steed hamburger's all the time. And so that was that was the that was the reason why I don't have high cholesterol, some I'm polish I come from eastern European stock but unhappy don't have an ancient ancestors killed animals with their bare hands and ripped the flesh off the bone with their teeth lovely. All right. So I'm built for this. Thanks for sharing that right? When we come back. Speaking of the veterans got an update about something going on in Seattle next. John and Ken show KFI. And Debra.

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