18 Burst results for "Dr Yan"

"dr yan" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:43 min | 1 d ago

"dr yan" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Medical Association annual convention in Washington, D. C. I spoke with Dr John How a V M A president About one. Health health is really a collaboration between physicians and veterinarians. Officials. For example, in Minnesota state public health veterinarian deals with zoonotic diseases. Rabies, for example. Animals are sentenced for humans, humans or sentence for infections. There's more valuable information at a va dot or the Twitter account belonging to the Chinese virologist who said she can prove the Corona virus was created in a Chinese. Labatt intentionally released was suspended Dr Lehman Yang's Twitter account, followed by just under 60,000 people, was suspended this week after she claimed to possess scientific evidence. That China manufactured and released the Corona virus. The video was also removed from Facebook as faras. What can be done toe hold companies like Facebook and Twitter accountable? Republican Congressman from Missouri Josh Holly says. We can let people Sue Tucker. We can let people like Dr Atlas Sue when YouTube takes their videos down Dr Yan when her Twitter account gets cancelled, she's deep platform. We could let her sue right now. They can't They can't sue. Nobody can If you get too discriminated against on the basis of speech. By these platforms, you have no recourse because of the law that Congress has written. This is the heart. Of the sweetheart deal that gets from big government and it is time to end it. That's how we can get their attention. And that's how we can give power to individuals and users and Americans and take power away from big tech. Holly speaking there on Fox News in New York City schools will delay in person schooling for the second time.

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"dr yan" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

06:21 min | 1 d ago

"dr yan" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"Proven, and we ought to be able to accept differences in science and go forward. Improve it, and, you know, frankly, a lot of the stuff that said, As you pointed out, is not even disputing the science. We have a bunch of people in this country now and we are really at the hysterical end of things. That you know, Somehow it's all about the science. It's all about the science. But when you sight the science and it disagrees with what those people's impressions of the science are you are deemed you're not allowed to go on. Yeah. You're being cancelled. And this is what's kind of crazy now here is the light at the end of the tunnel. People are starting to realize this And we have Ah, representatives that are starting to talk about this. One of them is representative Josh Holly, Republican from Missouri. What can we do? To throw off their control and restore freedom of speech and thought and inquiry in this country before them. Is there anything we can let people Sue Tucker, we can let people like Dr Atlas Sue when YouTube takes her videos down Dr Yan when her Twitter account gets cancelled. She's deep platform. We could let her sue right now. They can't They can't sue. Nobody can if you if you get too discriminated against on the basis of speech by these platforms, you have no recourse because of a law that Congress has written. This is the heart. Of the sweetheart deal that big gets from big government, and it is time to end it. That's how we can get their attention. And that's how we can give power to individuals and users and Americans and take power away from big tech. In other words, it comes down to the money. And what Holly just talked about their shows you how much in bed our politicians are with Dick Tech. How did they get to sweetheart deal in the first place. Didn't our elected officials realized that this was going to run wild and end up, you know, being totalitarianism it and if not, why. And once they saw this happening once his song going in that direction Why did they still sit on their hands? Well, It's about the money. It's about money. Guess what the the big 10 has reversed course. The big 10 is now decided that they're going to play football. We're talking about college football. That is only one more lead that's holding out but the big 10 Hey, why did they make this decision? Why did they reverse course, Was it based on science Major Reversal today for the Big 10? After postponing the football season last month, the big 10 now says it will play after all. James kicking off sometime in late October. The decision both cheered and owned by President Trump, who, of course, had criticized school leaders for their postponement. Now, he says, great news. Big 10 football is back. It is my great honor. The president says to have helped. Yeah, yeah, You know he's doing with Tio college football that he same thing that he did with the NFL football when he was credited criticizing them over the the kneeling during the national anthem. He's calling them out. What was the deal? Why did the big 10 change course? All of a sudden, you know, far of college players are are tackling each other and breathing are close to each other. Is there a cure for the cove? It? No now. The big 10 realized that they were looking like Boo boo the fool. As other teams found out a way you know that they can you play Watching the NFL, you know, have their opening weekend. Stadiums with somewhat empty but they still played. And they're still getting paid with all of that television. Rabah knew the big 10 realized that it was you losing hundreds of millions of dollars. So what do you say? I'm saying another way that we can get to that light at the end of the tunnel is money. Do not support the institutions that are supporting the shutdown. To support institutions that are all about opening up. And I do believe you. They could only keep this up for so long. The big 10 mostly like liberal states, the blue states. They realized they can't keep this up. They can't keep this up to the election. They realized That if they stayed closed, they're going to lose a lot of the university's because the bulk of their money comes in from the football season. Is capitalism. Going to end up being the nail in the cove it coffin. He had the Liberals response to opening up coming up at 7 33 a new solar system of the Great way to improve your home and bring we leave to you and your family all year long, especially during the House summer months. Contact my friends is Sunday energy with virtual cells, consultations and no contract insulation. I'm telling you Even Koven 19 will not get in their way. There are so many incentives act now so you can schedule a consultation before they're too busy. You know, the thing is this. 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"dr yan" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

Outcomes Rocket

06:10 min | Last week

"dr yan" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

"Welcome back to the outcomes rocket saw Marquez here and the privilege of hosting Jill the again she launched Gigi and help insights in two thousand eighteen providing consulting services to clients and healthcare and philanthropy. . Dr Yan has held leadership positions in a variety of health care organizations in each she has focused on applying expertise in health policy payment and delivery to problems and opportunities most recently she served as vice president for public policy and strategic initiatives at Brown and Toland physicians. . A large independent practice association in the San Francisco Bay area her background and PhD is in health services and policy analysis from. . The University of California Berkeley and prior to the work that she's done she also served thirteen years with the California Healthcare Foundation where she worked to improve the California's financing and delivery system for healthcare, , which is what we're going to be talking about today. . We're GONNA BE TALKING ABOUT ACCESS WE'RE GONNA be talking about rising costs and things that we could be doing and thinking about US healthcare leaders and making it better. . So with that, , I want to go ahead and open up the microphone to jail and really give you a warm welcome and thanks for joining us so glad you're here Jill You saw it's great to be here. . I really enjoy listening to your podcast and I'm really happy to be a part of it. . Oh. . Awesome. . So glad you're here and and so you know one of the things that I love asking and I'm curious about is what inspires you. . With your work in healthcare. . So so from my perspective, it , really what gets me up in the morning is collaboration to improve outcomes and increased value. . I just feel like there's so much opportunity to make the system work better for patients for practitioners for those who are paying the bill and for taxpayers to, , and that could be in terms of higher quality. . More access lower costs more equitable, , a better a patient or even provider experience lots of different aspects <hes> of improvement that are possible in our current system. . You know, , I've always been really interested in systems and interdisciplinary approaches to solving problems both undergraduate and graduate degrees are <hes> interdisciplinary bringing together economics political science and sociology ought to inform US systems perspective in. . So now I have an opportunity to work. . At the intersection of delivery finance and in policy and I think that's really important because changing policy may not result in the change on the ground. . For example, , changing <hes> expanding health insurance coverage won't create access to care if there aren't enough providers in a rural community or if reimbursement is is too low. . So it's really important to think about a systems perspective that brings together different aspects to solve problems. . Yeah I really think that's a great approach in a great way to think about this is you're right. . You know if they increase access, , there might not be enough people in the delivery aspect but then there's the financial piece that I think a lot of people are are concerned about in this country a lot of employers a lot of the even policymakers right where the concerned about it <hes>. . We'll touch on this folks. . So don't worry about I'm curious from from your end Jill. . What's the thing that's held you back in the past that you've conquered. . That's a great question. . So <hes>. . I would say that. . It's really most recent <hes> related to starting again <hes> health insights. . I've been an employee for most of my life and the transition to having my own company really required taking some risks <hes>. . So there's a lot less security and predictability. . It's not always clear. . What next year is going to bring and sometimes even next month <hes> earlier in my career I would say I probably wasn't as comfortable with that level of of uncertainty and I also didn't have the same level of confidence in my abilities and and I feel like all that is really come together at this point <hes> where I have a breadth of knowledge and experience I have confidence I'm comfortable with the uncertainty. . And the variety <hes> in this world is fabulous being able to work with a whole array of clients on a whole array of issues and <hes> and make contributions in an array of different <hes> areas. . No. . That's A. . that's a really great thing to share Joel I. . Mean I know a lot of people listening today have had that. . Challenge or are currently experiencing a and and so what is it? ? That got you to to make the move? ? It was an array of different circumstances <hes> that really lead to things falling into place. . So I'm at a point in my career where I really have a pretty long checklists <hes> for what would really make me very excited about getting out of bed, , and so the ability to make contribution is really a significant part of that and on the combination of flexibility autonomy variety <hes> and mission was best when <hes> in in the <hes> with creating my own company. . So that's the path that I've taken and and I have really enjoyed. .

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Getting More For Our Healthcare Dollar with Jill Yegian

Outcomes Rocket

06:10 min | Last week

Getting More For Our Healthcare Dollar with Jill Yegian

"Welcome back to the outcomes rocket saw Marquez here and the privilege of hosting Jill the again she launched Gigi and help insights in two thousand eighteen providing consulting services to clients and healthcare and philanthropy. Dr Yan has held leadership positions in a variety of health care organizations in each she has focused on applying expertise in health policy payment and delivery to problems and opportunities most recently she served as vice president for public policy and strategic initiatives at Brown and Toland physicians. A large independent practice association in the San Francisco Bay area her background and PhD is in health services and policy analysis from. The University of California Berkeley and prior to the work that she's done she also served thirteen years with the California Healthcare Foundation where she worked to improve the California's financing and delivery system for healthcare, which is what we're going to be talking about today. We're GONNA BE TALKING ABOUT ACCESS WE'RE GONNA be talking about rising costs and things that we could be doing and thinking about US healthcare leaders and making it better. So with that, I want to go ahead and open up the microphone to jail and really give you a warm welcome and thanks for joining us so glad you're here Jill You saw it's great to be here. I really enjoy listening to your podcast and I'm really happy to be a part of it. Oh. Awesome. So glad you're here and and so you know one of the things that I love asking and I'm curious about is what inspires you. With your work in healthcare. So so from my perspective, it really what gets me up in the morning is collaboration to improve outcomes and increased value. I just feel like there's so much opportunity to make the system work better for patients for practitioners for those who are paying the bill and for taxpayers to, and that could be in terms of higher quality. More access lower costs more equitable, a better a patient or even provider experience lots of different aspects of improvement that are possible in our current system. You know, I've always been really interested in systems and interdisciplinary approaches to solving problems both undergraduate and graduate degrees are interdisciplinary bringing together economics political science and sociology ought to inform US systems perspective in. So now I have an opportunity to work. At the intersection of delivery finance and in policy and I think that's really important because changing policy may not result in the change on the ground. For example, changing expanding health insurance coverage won't create access to care if there aren't enough providers in a rural community or if reimbursement is is too low. So it's really important to think about a systems perspective that brings together different aspects to solve problems. Yeah I really think that's a great approach in a great way to think about this is you're right. You know if they increase access, there might not be enough people in the delivery aspect but then there's the financial piece that I think a lot of people are are concerned about in this country a lot of employers a lot of the even policymakers right where the concerned about it We'll touch on this folks. So don't worry about I'm curious from from your end Jill. What's the thing that's held you back in the past that you've conquered. That's a great question. So I would say that. It's really most recent related to starting again health insights. I've been an employee for most of my life and the transition to having my own company really required taking some risks So there's a lot less security and predictability. It's not always clear. What next year is going to bring and sometimes even next month earlier in my career I would say I probably wasn't as comfortable with that level of of uncertainty and I also didn't have the same level of confidence in my abilities and and I feel like all that is really come together at this point where I have a breadth of knowledge and experience I have confidence I'm comfortable with the uncertainty. And the variety in this world is fabulous being able to work with a whole array of clients on a whole array of issues and and make contributions in an array of different areas. No. That's A. that's a really great thing to share Joel I. Mean I know a lot of people listening today have had that. Challenge or are currently experiencing a and and so what is it? That got you to to make the move? It was an array of different circumstances that really lead to things falling into place. So I'm at a point in my career where I really have a pretty long checklists for what would really make me very excited about getting out of bed, and so the ability to make contribution is really a significant part of that and on the combination of flexibility autonomy variety and mission was best when in in the with creating my own company. So that's the path that I've taken and and I have really enjoyed.

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"dr yan" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

06:05 min | Last month

"dr yan" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Traffic alerts whenever they have been. I'm Kelly On 10 10 wins wins News Time Chenault to opening night of the Democratic National Convention, but there are no delegates there. No crowds, no applause. No in person speech is very, very different. Tension wins newsmen, Al Jones is live at the convention desk. And Paul. So is this Andrew Cuomo's tale of two cities moment. Unlike his father, is memorable address at the 1984 convention. His son delivered his camera during this virtual convention. The younger Cuomo started off with talking about covert 19 before he started weaving it into an indictment of Washington's handling of this national crisis. On our current federal government is dysfunctional and incompetent. It couldn't fight off the virus. In fact, it didn't even see it coming. The European virus infected the Northeast while the White House was still fixated on China. The virus had been attacking us for months before they even knew what does closing by saying the pandemic has shown US government matters. Leadership matters, leading him to endorsing Joe Biden. Well, joining us live now is Democratic national committeeman in convention delegate Robert Zimmerman. And so far, I guess I'd have to say that the it's a good production and There's not a lot of attacking of Trump. So I guess my question is. Did the party maybe learned something from Philadelphia that that isn't gonna work? It didn't work then, and they seem to be more focused on a message rather than just one attack. Are you seeing that too? Well, I think what makes this convention so dramatically different. Is it humility? The fact that it's focusing on really people and their lives and their problems and the need to come together and unify. It's opening. It's opening a national anthem with Children throughout our country. Singing was so moving on Governor Cuomo provided a very impactful response showing how government can matter and can work. It was very It's very inspiring, uplifting. In that context. You've now we've got to see about an hour. It'll more than our now you've You're probably pretty pleased because I know a lot of people had their fingers crossed so far. Technically, this seems to be working didn't have any major glitches. You know, there were little mike problems here and there, but so far pretty good. Well, that's a very good point, because let's face it. This is a high risk of that. It's never been done before. It's truly unconventional in terms of the way it's been structured, But most of all, it makes it so unconventional is the fact that it is really such a as opposed to attack type of convention or a rallying of the audience. It's speaking to really our values and our ideals. That makes it unusual to may. President Trump, who's I guess made a career out of doing. The unusual was essentially campaigning today in the state. Little different. You don't normally see that when a convention kicks off, it's usually quiet from the other side. Were you surprised or not? Not surprised. Also, I wouldn't call that Donald Trump does is unusual. It's it's I think very frankly, we've seen it to be all too typical. It's vulgar. It's disrespectful. It's divisive. And that's why I think this convention the Democratic convention being presented now provides a strong antidote. I'm really in a sense, a way of just calming people down and common calming the waters right now, as we faced so many challenges ahead. Really trying to bring people together, person What Donald Trump's doing, which is all too typical of him, and I think makes the case why we've got to find a change. Democratic National Committee, men and convention and Political analyst Robert Zimmerman. A lot of hats. Good time. Thank you for your time, sir. Thanks to be good to be with you. And, of course still to come. We're going to hear from Senator Sanders and of course, Tonight's headliner willbe. Michelle Obama. Al Jones, 10. 10 wins. News Wins News Time 10 06 Governor Cuomo has announced that fitness centers can reopen a week from today with restrictions masks will be required in the facilities will have to operate at 1/3 of capacity. Localities have a role here. They have to inspect the gyms before they open or within two weeks of their opening to make sure they're meeting all the requirements. So that variation is to give localities time. If the locality localities needed. It'll be upto local officials to decide whether Jim's can hold indoor classes in additional 14 New York City area bars have had their liquor license is suspended for violating Corona virus restrictions. A total of 148 liquor licenses have been suspended across the state. Of the nearly 57,000 Tests reported yesterday in the state for 108 were positive, which is 1080.71% of the total. 534 people hospitalized across New York State for covert 19 related Problems and there have been six additional deaths. Last week, the mayor said there was an uptick in covered 19 cases in Sunset Park today, he made it clear there is no cluster there. He said. They are going to continue testing their continue this focus on testing in Sunset Park. So this week at the Brooklyn Army terminal, there will be free testing. Available to all members of the community, including antibody testing, and the city will provide shuttle bus in Sunset Park to get folks to the Brooklyn Army terminal for free testing. Tito Velasquez was a young, healthy construction worker. Then he got covert 19. Tito Velasquez was brought into Ellijay Valley Stream Hospital with the Corona virus April 28th and your Dr Jason Yan said he was barely breathing. He looked like a corpse. He was already paralyzed on one side from a stroke. He couldn't respond to commands and he was all white except for his extremities, which were blue and Dr Yan said the oxygen level in his blood was at 11. Does.

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"dr yan" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

01:50 min | Last month

"dr yan" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"He looked like a corpse. He was already paralyzed on one side from a stroke. He couldn't respond to commands. And he was all white except for his extremities, which were blue and Dr Yan said the oxygen level in his blood was at 11 because the level of oxygenation that he was at is really not compatible with life. Velasquez was only 33 years old and the team put him on a full ventilator and then connected his body to another machine that remove the carbon dioxide from the blood, put oxygen in it and return the blood to his body. Finally he was stabilized and was given intensive rehabilitation. Now, on day 111 he left the hospital in tears. He was so grateful to be alive and Dr Yan when I saw him walking and talking really made all that we did during the whole covert pandemic just to have someone recover that fully made it with Carol D'Auria. 10 10 wins on Long Island, another day, another 1000 deaths from covert in the United States. The total is now more than 170,000. It's grown by 20,000 in 18 days. Skies are mostly sunny. It's 81 degrees. We're now heading up to 84 winds. News time to 26. Now. Bloomberg MoneyWatch on 10 10 wins Here's Andrew all day. Gains for several big tech stocks or helping power the NASDAQ and S and P 500. And once again the SNP, like a couple of days last week is trading maddeningly close to its all time high. The Dow is not joining the party right now. The Dow losing 48 points. NASDAQ Up 114. S a P 500 rising 12 stocks and companies that own gyms, including Planet Fitness and Town sports. International owner of New York Sports Clubs are rallying today after Governor Cuomo's announcement that gyms in the state can reopen next week, though at only 33%.

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"dr yan" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

03:41 min | Last month

"dr yan" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"I'm Mark Davis filling in for you this week. Shortly following the outbreak of covert 19 of US last winter. It became pretty clear that the virus originated in China. Compelling evidence arose showing the virus had come from the Wuhan Institute of Virology sometime in 2019. Any doubt about the origin of this panda because now lived in following the recent escape to America of Dr Yen from Hong Kong. Stephen Motion is the president of the Population Research Center, his latest book, How Do You Like This for Timing? It's called Bully of Asia. Why China's Dream Is the new Threat Toe World Order. He was a guest of Steve Cortes on AM 5 60 The answer in Chicago. Listen. Ah, lot of Americans. Let's face it are in a pretty sour mood right now, because of all the situations we've been put in all of the Economic hindrances that have been first upon the entire world by China crashing the global economy. All of the help restrictions upon America. There's a lot of division. Obviously, within America. It's a tense and sour mood right now, unfortunately in the country, and I think it's important, though, for Americans to realize That no American caused this situation. The only people that we can blame for this are the Chinese Communist Party. I want to play a tape of Trump. He talked about this two days ago in the Rose Garden. And I want to just play a quick snippet of Trump and then get your reaction, please. Stephen Make no mistake We hold China fully responsible for concealing the virus. And unleashing it upon the world could have stopped it. They should have stopped it. Would've been very easy to do at the source when it happened. So Steven, your thoughts is trumping fare there and laying the blame at the Chinese Communist Party. They actually deserve a lot more blanks than President just laid out. Not not that he's wrong. He's absolutely right. They know about the virus in in the last months of last year, they did not tell the world. They did not even tell their own people for months, and they deliberately spreading throughout the world. But the rot goes even deeper than matchy because This thing as I believe they recently escaped. Dr. Yen from Hong Kong will be telling the FBI in the next few days This thing was created in a lab. This is an artificial virus that was created in the wind and street of virology. If you look at the genetic sequence of the virus it resembles. Nothing found in nature. It is cobbled together from virus has found in bats and pangolins, and it is something that we've never seen before. That's life. It has been so difficult for us to get a handle on it. Because it doesn't resemble is called of sorrows by not a sharp virus. It's something very different from the SARS virus, so they created it. They let it escape from the lab. And of course, all the rest is true that that they then spread it around the world. They then withheld information about treatments so that we were sort of left on her own to find out what this novel Corona virus could do to us. And of course, it's done devastating things to our economy. Fortunately, it's a lot less lethal than we initially thought. Right. But should we hold China accountable for all of the cost of doing that, to the economy to the American people to every lost life? Absolutely right. And speaking of Dr Yan, I want to play a tape of her actually, because I think she's an incredibly brave woman. And this is this is a big development. The fact that we have at least one known public defector, there's a lot of talk that there are other defectors, you know that we don't know We're not public yet that the United States air talking to people from the Wuhan lab and other places. Dr. Yan was a virology and immunology expert at the Hong Kong School of Public Health. She left Hong Kong because she feared for her safety..

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"dr yan" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"dr yan" Discussed on WGN Radio

"We were in for any good. And we've been in for John Williams this morning. What a fun show. Thanks p. That's been great. Thanks again. To Tom Doyle, at accurate printing Thomas great. He a lot of good information. He's been around twenty three years in the business and changing with the times. I mean, that really does say something I'm being a small business owner is so difficult. Felt like I said, you worked twenty four seven and it's like it's a family atmosphere, because it's just a small business, and you just, I don't know it that would be tough a risk to, and you work hard pays off your boss, and your friend, and your boss. It goes back and your everything. The cleaning guy to. That is the honest guy. Now you have to do everything they teach you this, before you even go into your own small business. Yes, you can follow us on social media. Please follow me on Instagram at Pete McMurray. I'm trying to get more followers as follow me on Instagram Twitter at Jane Mancera sand. Everything you heard today or if you missed Willie Geist today, talking about David Letterman. We will post that at wgnradiOcom okay time for news, which is sponsored by next door and window dot com. Here's Bob Kessler. Bob, after the disappearance of twenty eight year old cutting from eight pm to whenever I get the blood test, eight AM say, you know, on a Saturday morning. It's not that big of deal. It's just bad habits bad habits. It's eight AM or PM. It's ninety nine pm. I'm watching TV show. I like I'm gonna go get something to eat and once you get off that you break that thing you never really hungry. Exactly as you want to eat. It's, it's an activity, right? Not because your body's saying feed me, it's because it's an activity. And with interesting is people already doing I f because think about it. When you sleep. Let's say you sleep for seven hours that fasting. You're not eating hours all. We're saying is at an hour before you go to bed at an hour when you wake up in the morning, and now you have a fasting window. It's, it's, it's easy people like it pretty much my window. He's ten o'clock. We get show ends at ten I have some oatmeal out there usually have that. Yeah. So not that I have coffee and you don't go hungry. People say, well, I'm going to go hungry. Trust me on this. I mean people in the group I love we got twenty thousand people in this group since two weeks. I mean because I love reading their posts. And they say to me all the time, there's so much food in his plan. I didn't realize I could eat so much food and still, you know, for effective one lady from Canada about one hundred sixty pounds. She dropped thirteen thousand eleven days do nothing special. There is exercise but it's not exercise. We have to go to the gym and kill yourself. It's thirty minutes. I could do it right here in blue. It's just movement, and that I break into tracks. I have a beginner track intermediate track an advanced track in all the exercises are based on just no equipment right in your bedroom or in your food groups. Carbs. Things are hold that, hold that thought also talk about cooking, too, when we come back. Okay. All right Sanford, but you were. Asking Dr Yan case may before the break that food groups, and like carves, gluten free like any of those at foods off limits in the cleaning lean or just so really the guidelines are pretty open sodas off limits frying is off limits. White flour is off limits, but you can have whole grain whole wheat flour, so you can have whole grain whole wheat bread as long as one hundred percent whole wheat, a whole ho grain pizza dough and then canon frozen, or good, by the way, even though people think they can frozen. They're bad. They're good. But they have to be canned in their own juices, or in water and low, sodium. An organic frozen is great. So there really aren't a lot of, you know, alcohol is a big thing. So, you know, for the purest out there, there's no alcohol for thirty days, but people say, what if I have a glass of alcohol? Well, it's not gonna kill you can't just slows your result. It's just gonna you know it just may take a little bit of the results, but it's not gonna kill you. So my way chapter to prep to clean and lean rules everything described his right there that out easily as well. Very easily semi straight up. And I what I like about what people are saying to magic showed Mary like this woman here, Kathy Jones Tucker entering week three of cleaner and leaner, and I'm down thirteen point eight pounds. These are regular people, I don't know, these people right there in our group cleaner, getting leaner. But, but they don't have trainers, or fancy gourmet chefs. So what I like about. It is, and people say, well, you are on a show slutty. Yes. But I like working with everyday people because the struggle is real for us. You know what I mean, and I think that people need things that are doable, acceptable affordable, and their whole family can do it. You got a great list next everybody. Can I snack? Soda, both okay. Sodas? Why don't diet soda diet soda because artificial sweeteners are two hundred times sweeter than sugar. And what happens is you actually get more addicted to wanting sweet because the artificial sweeteners are so sweet. Some people say, well, it's not sugar yet, but sweeter than sugar diet coke. And suddenly, I want chocolate that doesn't surprise you not at all. Because it releases dopamine in your brain goes your pleasure centers says, I feel good your pleasure center. Wanted more of it. Yes. So no, it doesn't surprise me at all. So what about cooking? You don't saute some extra virgin olive oil. But you know what?.

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"dr yan" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:49 min | 1 year ago

"dr yan" Discussed on KOMO

"Is an encore presentation of health talk. It's a north west lifestyle weekend on KOMO news. Here's Tom hutler and Shannon. Oh Kelly with more by Archie help. Talk guest. Dr Rodney a board certified podiatrist minor James talking about plantar fasciitis. I've got through this. I don't know if you have to Shanta, but it's painful, it is painful, and it can be difficult to treat Dr gonna talk about treatment options. Let's hear what he has to say, here's Shannon and Dr Rodney in Dr Yan, welcome health talk. How are you doing great? Thank you. Well, thanks for coming on. We're going to talk today about plantar fasciitis that that issue that people have sometimes it is so hard to treat and can become and so frustrating for some patients because of the chronic problem that it presents. But before we talk about that tell our listeners about your practice. Well, I practice out of a minor James surgical specialists. It's a division of proline surgeons I practice out of the east side located in Swedish medical center, both in Redmond as well. As in is a qualification in the main hospital, but practicing. There for twenty seven years and enjoyed it. And I also bring patients sometimes downtown to see them down at our modern James location in Seattle in your practice. Do you have an area that you specialize in or you particularly enjoy we'll out in the east side. We see not only quite a few kids, but we'll see quite a bit of sports medicine injuries. Such overuse injuries with associated with running with ankle injuries. Many of the sports on the east side with both the pediatric publishes well as with the dolts, and we do see a good number of seniors. There's a growing population of seniors. They're also resided in the east side. So we do treat those as well. So you take care of the entire continuum age the family of foot problem, we do that. We try to expand our horizons and treat everyone that comes in the door. Great, listen, let's talk about plenty fasciitis. I mean, like, I said earlier seen it a lot in my years, physical therapist. And I know it's one of these chronic problems that people present a with it can be difficult to treat it. It's kind of a challenge. Sometimes. But tell us about the planner fast show that set it up from an anatomical standpoint. And let's do a little physiology anatomy, phys here semester that we all enjoyed colleagues. Right. No promise, plenty of fascist. This ligament is structure that extends both attach on the heel woes goes out towards the ball of the foot and help support the arch of the foot. It's an integral part of of the integrity of a person ability to ambulation, we see this symptom. This classic symptom of heel pain, they come in the office and complain about the soreness the lives of red studies where it states that over three hundred people are seen for this syndrome on an annual basis when the Comey off say they usually complain of this soreness, they have upon initial ambulation and after rest, then they tried to various remedies to try to treat the problem. And it's it it sometimes it works. But many times a dozen. That's when they usually present to our office. Yeah, we're on the radio, but I just want to kind of. Create a visual far listeners. So the planet as you described as this fibrous tissue that runs from the bottom of the hill to the front of the foot and attach is on the base of the toes in create set almost a band of that longitudinal arch support. That's correct. Yes. It is a it. We call a bow string or the foot to hold up the arch of the foot. And so what most people when they present? They have the soreness in the heel because the structure develops, micro tears, usually it's ten point on the hill. But it may occur in various locations on the bottom of the foot. So we treated differently depending upon where the person complaint presents. So the complaint generally speaking is where the Fashoda originates off the hill bone. Do do you ever see it where it's kind of the mid arch pain? There are different categories of different types of planner fascia, and we treat it in in in in various in different. Approaches depend upon where the location is plentiful located on the inside of the he'll be treated differently from the outside the center of the he'll in the arch and maven presenting the ball of the foot, and depending upon the symptoms and what they've tried in the past. We'll try to vary. Our treatment protocol to address their complaint yet, and you describe the classic symptoms for you listeners out there here it is. I mean when you're in active in the morning, you you're just getting out of bed and those first two or three steps you take because your your weight bearing you're hitting on your hill and roll over on that arch in your stretching that fashion, and it doesn't like that. Because it's tight, and it's not it's not warmed up in. It's going to have pain those first two or three steps. Exactly. That's what most patients coming. Complaining about minimum tried the over the counter remedies, but.

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"dr yan" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:46 min | 1 year ago

"dr yan" Discussed on KOMO

"Weekend on KOMO news. Here's Tom hutler and Shannon. Oh, Kelly with more fire g help talk our guest. Dr Rodney a board certified podiatrist for minor James talking about plantar fasciitis. I've got through this. I don't know if you have to Shannon. It's painful, it is painful, and it can be difficult to treat UN's gonna talk about treatment options. Let's hear what he has to say, here's Shannon and Dr Rodney in Dr Yan, welcome health talk. How are you doing great? Thank you. Well, thanks for coming on. We're going to talk today about planner fasciitis that that issue that people have sometimes it is so hard to treat and can become an so frustrating for some patients because of the chronic problem that it presents. But before we talk about that tell our listeners about your practice. Well, I practice out of a minor James surgical specialists. It's a division of proline surgeons I practice out of the east side located in Swedish medical center, both in Redmond as well. As in is location in the main hospital. Practicing there for twenty seven years and enjoyed it. And I also bring patients sometimes downtown to see them down at our modern James location in Seattle in your practice. Do you have an area that you specialize in or you to enjoy will out in the east side. We see not only quite a few kids, but we'll see quite a bit of sports medicine injuries. Such overuse injuries with associated with running with ankle injuries. Many of the sports on the east side with both the pediatric publishes wells with the dolts. And we do see a good number of seniors a growing population of seniors. They're also resided in the east side. So we do treat those as well. So you take care of the entire continuum age the family of foot problem, we do that. We try to expand our horizons and treat everyone that comes in the door. Great, listen, let's talk about planner fasciitis. I mean, like I said earlier seen it a lot in my years as a physical therapist. And I know it's one of these back chronic problems that people present a with and can be difficult to treat in. It can be frustrating for the patient. And the whole team that's involved. It's kind of a challenge sometimes, but tell us about the planner Fashoda, let's set it up from an anatomical standpoint. And let's do a little physiology anatomy phys here. Semester. We all enjoyed colleagues. Right. No promise. Plenty of fascism ligament structure that extends both attach on the heel as well as goes out towards the ball of the foot and help support the arch of the foot. It's an integral part of of the integrity of a person ability to amputate, we see this symptom. This classic symptom of heel pain, they come in the office and complain about the soreness, the red studies were states over three hundred people are seen for this syndrome on an annual basis when the Comey off say they usually complain of this soreness, they have upon initial ambulation and after rest, then they tried to various remedies to try to treat the problem. And it's it it sometimes it works. But many times it doesn't. That's when they usually present to our office. Yeah. I know we're on the radio, but I just wanna kinda create a visual for listeners. So the planner Fasha as you described as this fibrous tissue. Runs from the bottom of the hill to the front of the foot and attach is on the base of the toes in crates that almost a band that longitudinal arch support. That's correct. Yes. It is a it. We call a bow string foot a hold up the arch of the foot. And so would most people when they present they have the soreness in the heel because the structure develops, micro, tears, usually attach point on the hill. But it may occur in various locations on the bottom of the foot. So we treated differently depending upon where the person complaint presents so the complaint, generally speaking is where the Fashoda originates off the hill bone. Do do you ever see it where it's kind of the mid arch pain? There are different categories of different types of fashion. And we treat it in in various in different approaches. Depend upon where the location is plenty Fash located on the inside of the he'll be treated differently. From the outside the center, the he'll in the arch and maven presenting the ball of the foot, and depending upon the symptoms and what they've tried in the past. We'll try to vary. Our treatment protocol to address their complaint, and you describe the classic symptoms for you listeners out there here it is. I mean when you're inactive two in the morning, you're just getting out of bed and those first two or three steps you take because your your weight bearing you're hitting on your hill and roll over on that arch in your stretching that fascia, and it doesn't like that. Because it's tight, and it's not it's not warmed up, and it's going to have pain those first two or three steps. Exactly. That's what most patients coming complaining about minimum tried into the over the counter remedies. But they.

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"dr yan" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"dr yan" Discussed on WJR 760

"I do believe our next guest. Does talk to the animals. He has been practicing veterinarian medicine for forty years has run his own practice up there in rural. We'd been Michigan for those of you. I had to look it up there in the Mount Pleasant area. He's been practicing medicine there since nineteen eighty one and what a great family story. He's been married to his wife. Diana works in the office since nineteen sixty seven Scott a couple of daughters to horses three dogs. The last time I checked anyway, five cats five peacocks couple of dubs twenty-five chickens his bestselling book now in paper, never turn your back on an Angus cow and went to the vet school. I think in the Netherlands Dr Yan poll good morning. Good morning. Learn how are you? I'm great. I can't wait to watch your next episode live tonight at the wild on national geographic's, it's called and you always have a funny way or the producers have a funny way of naming the episodes. This one's called the foul. The foul Monte about you what giving round the clock here. We remember this for a couple of emergency followings something like that. It was unbelievable that lasts. Putting I had. I don't know how many all in one week and some from turned out good some of them not good of God, that's life. But yes, it was quite a bit of work. No doubt about that. And I posted pictures on our Warren Pierce show Facebook page about you getting up close and personal with so many different kinds of animals. And I I was watching a thing was it last Saturday night. It was an episode about a couple of little horses that came in to your office there and there were just getting shots because they were little horses that were being taken to the hospitals. I think this is. Something fantastic that happened in the show already about five years ago this therapy horses. Yeah. And it's unbelievable. You said you were playing like to talk to the animals animal stock to me, what did they say, whatever they want and you get. How I listened to him. Yeah. It's unbelievable. What these animals can teach you and this is the same therapy horses. They're fantastic in hospitals nursing homes. Some this little pony Charlie was the first animal ever to set foot in the forest children's home in Grand Rapids. They like, I don't know. The what do they have a name these little horse mid the oldest one is Charlie. And the other one is so divine. I forgot but no, no I told you lose name ragging can relate to that. But aren't they what kind of a are? They like Shetlands or something like that. Just pony honest with you, I asked the lady why did you buy this? Did you think you're smart now he said he had four white feet? We have to get through to the big story. The reason I wanted to track you down the wintry conditions were an up there where you are. You're probably cold we're getting into single digits the high and the thermometer, for example, Wednesday will be like three or four degrees. What about the people who do the folks leave for example, their dogs out at night? If if they have a dog house or something like that, I hope not you have to have special dogs..

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"dr yan" Discussed on Important, Not Important

Important, Not Important

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"dr yan" Discussed on Important, Not Important

"HIV there helping with a ass and healthy diarrheal diseases. So they can lose half of their funding and try to do operations that way and try to do everything that they can all the other diseases half of their operational funding or they can reduce their abortion services contraceptive services, really have made a huge impact globally. It's Taylor guy. Gordon? So when people talk to their representatives about it, why people need to actually know that it happened for small and your back against it that same. Yeah. That's pretty concise. That is the exact thing. I don't think anybody has heard about if they did they've probably fucking forgotten because as I look at the window. There's just flames everywhere. Anyway, anyways, we we have we've kept you a little bit here. We cannot. Thank you enough for coming on today. Yeah. For sure. To be clear not outta here. Yet. Don't hold. I'm just thinking you. Who who else? Should we talk to Dr Yan other other world changers out there like you that we could sit down and chat with and it doesn't have to be people specifically in your field of work, but somebody who's kicking ass on cancer or trying to save the world from climate change or trying to send us to space any anything. You can always just Email this these to us later, but I think people like to hear names as well. But yeah, any ideas would be awesome. Welcome scientists back to of I would say the scientists who two three suddenly won the Nobel prize for her directed pollution of enzymes that Super Bowl from pharmaceutical and a trying to make cleaner industry. That's Dr fantas Arnold. If he can get her that would be. Awesome winner. That'd be great. Yeah. Sure. That sounds easy. Big deal. Oh, yeah. That's fine. Stars you now see what you come up perfect. Jerk. That's great. Thank you. If you do anymore. We'll we'll take any wrecks. Yeah. I will definitely Email. Thank you. All right. We have a little lightning round of questions for you. I one nine around question, but he showed up front. Hey me win was the first time in your life. When you realize you the power of change or the power to do something meaningful..

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"dr yan" Discussed on Important, Not Important

Important, Not Important

05:24 min | 2 years ago

"dr yan" Discussed on Important, Not Important

"Welcome to important. Not important mine. Aim is credit and I'm Brian Colbert. Kennedy and there's teddy Ted. Smashed face. You've been napping. Hey, today's topic. Brian outsmarting cholera. Yep. Yep. Here's the thing. Cholera still around. I thought it was dead and still really sucks, but there's hope on the treatment side at least. And what's that hopes name Brian that that hopes name is Dr minion? Yeah. That's right. Dr Yan is a CEO of her medical startup phase pro where she's developed viruses to target cholera bacteria because. And every. Our final losing battle. She's got a PHD molecular microbiology from Tufts University and she started her own lab because bang. That's how she rolls. Why wait around for stuff when you can do it yourself? This is another one of those really fun ones where I feel like we should develop a small segment in the in the middle of the podcast where we just say Brian. How would you develop virus today? That's what we should do literally. What is the first step? I have no idea by microscope microscope. Right. I think it's I it's don't be me be a whole different person. How many different choices different? Very smart. And she's like literally just getting started. Yeah. I love talking to these folks who are going to be going to be world changers. Yeah. Pretty pretty awesome stuff. Awesome. All right. Let's get into it. Let's do it. Soccer yen rock and roll. Our guest today's Mimi yen and together, we're going to talk about outsmarting cholera Mamie. Welcome. Yeah. Thank you. Then diets pleasure to be here. Well, you say that now given an hour. We're very happy to have you. Okay. So Mimi just tell us real bik who you are. And what you do share on. So right now, I am currently the CEO affairs pro and where Abatovic startup that uses stages or viruses that specifically target and killed bacteria and order to on alleviate the diseases in global health. So specifically looking at collar right now, very good. First question age, Brian too quick. Two stages. They have been known about nineteen twenties, and they end maybe. There viruses that just like we have an while viruses that go after our human saws bacteria also have irises specifically target and kill bacteria. Only college bacteria ages are Phages for short. And so they were discovered in the nineteen twenties and looked at for a long time for therapeutic applications, especially for anti microbial purposes. But then antibiotics came along in nineteen forties. The US and most of western Europe, really focus all of their time antibiotics because this natural bullet. Whereas eastern Europe. Interestingly enough because they're like we don't want to be like the west. We're going to not focus on the antibiotics and focus on developing these stages further so actually right now and the Republic of Georgia, but they have set up is like a center that you go in and if you have a bacterial infection, they have this whole library Phages that they screen to tailor the age their pay for your particular bacterial infection. So that's pretty cool. Wow. Brian's going to have a lot of questions. Get the answers to them though. The answer. That's why you're here. So poets. All right. So let's we'll get a conversation going here. We are big believers in questions that elicit action answers. So we're going to talk about a cholera, and how you're going to defeat it yourself, and what we can do to help you along the way that sounds. All. Right. Sounds great. All right. She was she just went along. Yeah. All right. Not so many. We have one important question. We like to start with if you actually did listen to some of the other episodes, you might know what it is. Instead of saying tell us your whole life story. I am curious. How you got where you are? We'd like to ask me, why are you vital to the survival of the species? I did hear this question. And our my God. I ask Brian every morning when he walks in. He's still not answering me. I will get it one day. I don't know about me. I do think that the stage research community as a whole can provide an alternative as we're searching for solutions to the rise of the antibiotic resistance around the world and the way that I got started with this is that when I was doing my college undergrad, also like all about global house, and engineering solutions, by related know, what action to take that on site decide to go to grad school, and.

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"dr yan" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"dr yan" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"See where they're vulnerable now this is important in the development of automated. Vehicles on single cyber incident could stymie their deployment altogether, or at least delay it for? A long time Ammon sing cyber attacks are becoming more sophisticated every day Jeff Gilbert w w j ready go nine Two people. In Livingston county tested positive for influenza a. b. explode, bows too, sick pigs at a, local festival Last week several pigs the feller Ville family fair tested positive for swine flu shortly after two people Livingston county who were at the fair caught the bug With the Michigan health department says they believe it was because of. The exposure to the pigs but they're doing further tests. Confirm, that it's, the same strain my understanding was women's attendee in one may have been, an exhibitor so obviously a lot more close contact with the, fine however you know if you were at the fair and you were in that, swine barn particularly if you are in one of. Those high risk groups either folks that we really want, to get this, message out to because you know we. Want them to follow, with their healthcare provider if they are starting to feel Additional attendees are also reporting flu like symptoms and are, also being tested you might want to check out that almond. Milk in your refrigerator it could contain wait for it real milk. The horror one hundred forty five thousand half gallons of. Vanilla, almond breeze, has been voluntarily recalled by HP hood LLC because real milk may be, in the product which is not listed as an allergen on, the carton the callback effects twenty eight states including Michigan the company says the product, is safe to consume if you aren't lactose intolerant. And nor have a milk sensitivity In Oakland County about four. Thousand try residents could be dealing with low water pressure because of a. Failed valve public works director Kurt Boven's seep says while there is. No boil water advisory residents are being asked, to reduce, water consumption in, the affected areas they may not. See a reduction in pressure it becomes a volume issue so the more water that's used it then they could see a reduction in the pressure so we. Are encouraging and asking residents and businesses to. Help out by reducing any non essential uses of. Water such as lawn era Gatien systems and things like that Crews are working to replace the valve residents may, experience pressure until noon on Monday If someone is. Obese as a child that doesn't mean they'll have a weight problem in the future this according to a new research Health the border Dr Yan lights explains researchers from the, university of. Michigan used a national database of more than twenty one thousand children whose growth. Was followed from kindergarten through eighth grade researcher Catherine Bauer but the child did have obesity in kindergarten what happened to them over time and. What we found rate was that one third of children actually later on had body mass indices indicated they did not have. Obesity anymore further studies are planned to see if. It's genetics or lifestyle responsible. For the weight loss from the delta dental health desk Dr. Deanna lights w w j NewsRadio nine fifty the archive of late filmmaker Jonathan, Demme is being donated to, the university of. Michigan library the ruination, by Demis family was. Announced today at the traverse city film, festival screenings of swimming to Cambodia nineteen eighty-seven film he directed. The collection includes photographs scripts correspondent Personal notes on Finnish documentary film footage promotional. Items costumes and props Demi died last year at the age of seventy three, among the many films he, directed we're Oscar. Winners these silence of the lambs and Philadelphia A. Good time for a great cause Saturday August twenty four th at the bowling for hope fundraiser at wonderland lanes in commerce township from six to nine. A twenty dollar admission fee includes three, hours a, bowling, show rental and food proceeds from the event benefit five points of. Hope which helps financially distressed cancer, patients more details. At five points of hope dot com Wwl.

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"dr yan" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"dr yan" Discussed on WJR 760

"Hair loss in the dander and that's true so yes if you're allergic find some breeds and you can find it online and google everything that that don't shed as much and don't have as much dander wait isn't it isn't a portuguese water dog a good one for those who have allergies probably the biggest problem is not always the best pets because they require a lot of attention because they are working dogs getting back to your son so you bring in this great dane and this great in your house right and this dog is growling and snarling and your son and then he takes them i think for a ride in the jeep now that was a different on she wasn't that actually growling snarling basically the dark was just looking at charles and everything and yeah they get get used to each other for a minute but at the same time a little bit later charles well seeping almost on top of the dog so the have to get together with them and then you have to rescue a dark you have to give the dog time to readjust animals do not like change so then you get an adult dog rescue it he has been set in his customs and you have to basically learn those customs and then if you want to change them slowly but they are set in that race and you have to accept that because that's the way they grew up and i don't know if i've asked you this over the years dr yan paul or not i know i've asked my dermatologist about this and i've been led to believe that dogs for example have some sort of bacteria fighting stuff in their saliva my dog if if she sees for example a cut on my leg or a scab growing over she will come over and start looking i'm saying to myself you know what maybe they take care of themselves maybe there's something in the saliva and my dermatologist is absolutely not you shouldn't be doing that i agree with you dermatologist yes that is something in this life that is anti bacterial but at the same time there's lots of tears in their mouth to the only the only amount that's dirty dog is a human mouth yeah but no the outback in that what they do basically is a gene the wound so you get the infection out and then the body will heal it up but the dog if he has a cut and he keeps licking he aggravates it so much that you get yeah a wound that does not heal so yes if your dog has a cut definitely has a habit sewn up still no it's not the dogs scott to cut on my body but that's the same thing he licks its own cuts do yeah and and and looks other spots as well and why should i be so worried about my dog or anyone else's dodd getting a hold of chocolate a chocolate bar maybe jumps up on the counter and grabs a toba laurent chocolate or hershey bar or something like that one piece of chocolate and a big dog doesn't hurt that much the problem that they do not stop eating with one piece and then you know the the whole bag of chocolates and that's when the problem is and yeah if you have that if it happens the best way give product site make him throw up take him outside and let him throw up the whole bunch and tell them hey this is what you get if you want to eat that much he's got to get it out yes so yes chocolate is dangerous because of the caffeine and everything that's in there but it's because the mound of chocolate the eat it's the same thing if you would eat two pounds of chocolate would be higher than the dog gets a chocolate chip cookie or something that falls on the counter not gonna kill them not at all right not to worry about that well congratulations season number thirteen the first thirteen episodes begins tonight on nat geo wild it is the number one series that they have.

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"dr yan" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"dr yan" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"And two thousand thirteen as a us senate foreign relations committee so today we're going to ask dr kim dr yan enemies stir lewis to each bank a ten to fifteen minutes presentation in that order and then we'll open a floor apple questions and discussions so do dr kim please okay cleaned up the stock live coverage from the simpson center on c span radio okay thank you right okay thank you very much i am privileged to invite to speak about the criticism ration is a great honor as you see in the screen south koreans security environments and not really so you know optimistic we are surrounded by the full great powers plus one you know what i mean plus one it's north korea you can see the leaders the face of leaders and then those five guys and on which is not the name of the restaurant just delicious donna something good but really scary russ and then or so before the to korea summit you can see the condone space trump's face this is the image of the these readers in south korea kim jong is like a kind of image of a burglar and the inexperience young and then and then of course trump prehistoric the fire and fury okay and then then we had a summit then southern south koreans perception to kim jong un i can i can say it's been changed you can see how handsome he is and how nice it looks smiling and then also the you can see the kim jones and then also the president trump's a smiling and that such an ice wonder per personally.

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"dr yan" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"dr yan" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Show coming up at ten seven our good friends the realty advisors owner brian wickert chief but on the alone consultant david wecker it'll be joining us for a solid hour of conversation today the guys are going to be delving into a number of things among them some insight into investing in second homes also how to invest in a home where there's some work that needs to be done when you're initially showing some interest that's all coming up at ten seven right here on wtmj wtmj news time is nine forty two let's take a look now at the wtmj sports update and we are talking baseball of course the brewers cruising to a seven to three win over the padres as the top half of the order comes up big christian yelich and the two spot goes by five scoring three runs and driving in to number three hitter lorenzo cain as three hits and two rbi's and then travis shock lex two hits while driving in three all together the two three four headers have ten hits four runs and seven rb is at the top of the order she gets stuff started to be out there for those guys behind you dr yan and we've been able to do that so far so with that continues force throughout the year and we should be appearing on brewers extra innings after the game brent suter picks up the win while josh hey matt albers and jacob barnes combined to throw four scoreless innings out of the bullpen that paulie wtmj sports after taking through sunday off the brewers have their home opener tomorrow against the cardinals with zach davies on the mound first pitch one ten with game day coverage beginning at twelve thirty five our special coverage actually gets.

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"dr yan" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"dr yan" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Okay has three hits a couple rbi's travis shaw to it's three rbi's is that's a that's a pretty potent punch right now at the top half of the order yeah now when you're at the top of the order basecamp stuff started be out there for those guys behind you dr yan and and we've been able to do that so far over that continues for us throughout the year and we should be all right last thing for you i know you were you're out in the outfield but as brent suter went along i gave him a couple of runs early but then he really settled in what were you able to see from out there in terms of what he was doing especially in this final few innings of his day yeah he did a great job is keeping them off balance kept us in the game all the time and i did really well for us like i said earlier to to go out there and finish off the sweep you know three knows a lot better than two one and he did a great job enjoy your off day tomorrow not too many sundays you get off in the middle of the season so that's pretty cool and we look forward to seeing you up miller park coming up on monday for your home debut with the brewers definitely appreciate it thank you christian yelich joining us here on brewers extra innings after he comes away with a five for five performance he drives in into runs he scores three that's one heck of a day and i've got to think that he is going to receive quite the ovation in his first at bat come monday as well lorenzo cain and everybody else just to it's a fun group to watch right now and you.

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