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"dr. lee" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"dr. lee" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Do not take a backseat now and die in ten years or five years or three years when you could of stood up. Everybody's gotta take off the mask. Turn off the tv Don't do social distance. Which is everything but social. Take back our humanity. We have to take back our humanity which is getting rid of those things and then which you have to do is just say not all this. Yes you might lose a job. Let me tell you something. If you're a nurse in hospital with their killing people by omission comission and their lines of people about these vaccines and other things. Do you really want to still be a part of that. It's time to do something else. I don't care what is auschwitz. Wasn't run just by himmler or by aikman. It was run by all the little people just doing their jobs to keep a paycheck and just following along during their their work. Don't be doing that now. Everybody's got to stand up and say no and when that happens it's going to go away now. It may not go away without fight. I'm hoping we can get out of this without blood in the streets. But we're not there yet but i think we can. We just all grouped together. What we can't do is wait because if they if we were give putting on again they will come pick assault. They can potentially pick us all not to sound too paranoid. But we've seen it like the cheka you know come quietly. Neighbors don't disturb. Don't jump while don't disturb the neighbors. You don't wanna be alone in your house when we start pulling in and say you must be back. And that's where we're headed dr merit. Thank you so much for your time. Dr merit dot com. Appreciate it very much. Talk to sinn. Thank you thanks so much for listening everybody. Email us your thoughts freedom at charlie kirk dot com and. Thank you so much for supporting our program at charlie kirk dot com slash support. God bless you guys speak dusen for more on many of these stories and news you can trust. Go to charlie kirk dot com..

"dr. lee" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"dr. lee" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"I say you know. We're at war this war against your children and if you were the mask unfortunately you're participating in that organs children. That's really what it is to enclosing. Doctor i want to get really broad now. Who's behind this. What is the agenda. You say we're at war. What is what does success look like for them. Who's really behind this. And why are they doing this. I know that's not an easy thing to say in a few minutes but you know again. This is my speculation. you can have your own speculation. First of all is people with a lot of money because a lot of money the way it worked a lot of money was poured through. These foundations like the rockefeller foundation gates foundation. Or what more than that. It poured into the and over forty years Tony found she had over eight hundred billion dollars allocation authority and he used it to basically control the hospitals and to spent one hundred twenty billion tour and david martin outlines this with a pads to getting all these different labs like. i say. It isn't just the chinese one out here but getting all these different labs to take things out of nature and and to gain a function research and genetic manipulation. Make them dangerous to humans that you know. So you've got to look at that now. Who would pay for that kind of thing. Well there you know. Since time immemorial we've been talking about depopulation. And plato said you know wanted to use disease for depopulation. I'm sorry but that's that's an obvious potential threat here but in in terms of who the people are. That could be doing this. You know In two thousand eleven there was a guy named gad glad filter and he looked at all the corporations world thirty seven million plus corporations put him in a supercomputer and found they were all on one hundred forty nine hundred forty seven companies and then those owned according to forbes one hundred forty seven were owned by ten banks which were then owned by four big funds those are all those are controlled by about one hundred fifty men. Apparently women need not apply. So i would personally look there. I'd looked at those hundred fifty pitman that we don't even know their names because somebody's pulling strings at a very high level to do this and that you can prove that looking at the pr test every every hospital. Every lab manager didn't have some psychotic fit in two thousand twenty and not be able to do their job in producing a reliable test. Every lab all over the world over cycle these tests. And i read the thing how to do it. It clearly told tells you turk twenty to thirty cycles at the most twenty five to thirty five so they all did it and they all did it wrong. Exactly the same way all over the world that takes a national conspiracy. There's no other way to look at it. Unless you believe in the worldwide group psychology or co psychosis of land matches are. That's another possibility. I guess that's a deeper topic for us to get into. We'll doctor merit. Thank you for your time. Dr lee merritt dot com and so just in closing how should people fight back against the mandatory vaccines. How do they fight back against the workplace. Bullying that's happening. How there are people that are emailing me charlie. I got my kid vaccine. Because i don't want to deal with anymore. What are this the oldest stuff right. don't do that. That's not the right move because you've just made a lifetime problem that for something. That is not going to be a lifetime problem. The the these guys you. Boris yeltsin said. You can sit on a throne obama's but you can't sit on it for long. The lie is coming apart..

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"dr. lee" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

06:11 min | 1 year ago

"dr. lee" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Charlie so now i wanna talk about masks. It's now the new thing to put masks on. Everybody talk about what. The data says about masks talk about how they might be harmful. I mean i. it's so frustrating. Dr just to go through this all over again so it's a bad idea. Well mess you know. This isn't masks are not about containing a virus masks about controlling you from time in memorial masks. Were signs of submission obedience. I will be silent. I will transform myself. this is what it means. In the occult and in and in the slaves wore masks. Okay we never in my entire forty years. Medicine ever talked about mask being useful for airborne diseases other than other viruses. Other than that. You know we use them for tuberculosis. Which is a completely different kind of disease. You know people always say to me. But you're surgeon. You are massed all your life you know. Here's here's what. They did how they talked to in medical school. When you're in surgery and you have a mask on and you think you're going to sneeze. What do you do. You wanna go like this. You want to go like this you know. No no. if you do that you'll blow it right out onto the searchable fields. They say just lean back. Be straight ahead this. Don't they're big holes in mass masterwork. Now paper the the least. You know the sapa mass. We wear in surgery. Are these tie on masks. And that's the one that you breathe out the side it's not controlling airflow is not hermetically sealed and there's no studies prior to twenty twenty to try to even convince you that they work for this. Quite frankly i thought this would be a slam dunk. When i went down to the lost city council to to speak for three minutes against the mass mandate. Because i was convinced. I still am that anybody that believes in them is either being paid or is being played it. Just there's no evidence this but they do a lot of damage. This is the real point. And i think this is the real reason they're there. This is such a hot button. I was. I'm just a little doctor and a little place and by very first time i came out public speaking for nfl. Yes the frontline. Doctors was on masks and mcgill university. Rights big hit piece about you know. I don't know anything about the size of mass will. I could argue with them on that. But you have to ask why. And the answer is because this whole cycle logic operation depends on this optic and this fear generating gear. I believe were war. Not she's we're not finding a virus of fighting a war and this is an object of the war is stupid mask. It's this is part of the a huge part of the psychological operation and it's a war against her children. You know you. And i are old enough that we now know how to read you know to what we call read faces not just recognize faces but read faces and interact as a human. 'cause we're fully formed adults But children are not and so you put little children and masks and damages them. Psychologically and that is really. I think a huge point here. I don't know if he saw that there was. Somebody sent me the picture and it was a it was one of these health department how to be safe and called and thanked in the inside of a new york subway and so two little children it was a cartoon stick figure constitutes solar boy and girl the first one is. They're both wearing masks. And they're looking at each other and underneath their the caption says worst. And then the next picture. You're looking straight ahead. And then the caption says better and then finally the last picture too low kizer mass looking away from each other best you know. What is that telling you. Why i mean that's what this is about a takedown. So but but it's it's horrible psychological down but it's not without actual damage you know just physiologically peop- they never tell you when i went to the big thing all all the the university nebraska's specialist for on the other side and they did not say one thing about the risks of wearing masks. But there's risk one of the big ones as carbon dioxide retention. It doesn't maybe happen. I tell people if you've got to wear a mask. We're the twentieth most worthless. Massive candles little things a little ear loops. Their bloop abor. They don't they. Don't cheap out anything including snot. I don't say that but you know it just doesn't keep out anything so they're not obstructing your air your circulation as much but you want a cloth mask or worse yet. You put on one of those end ninety five masks. They're forcing our nurses to wear eight hours a day. Someplace is in the icu. For example. now here's the problem with that. It's not the oxygen flow per say. It's the co two its intention a retention so the oeser says you can only have sealed two two thousand two thousand parts per million and above that it's toxic gave thousand for any prolonged period. Well i have a friend listened to monitor and she showed that these cloth and the way above that and that at one point when these end ninety four. I think it was then i. Five mass was ten thousand parts per million it. Just it just doesn't work but it makes you sick you know During now break a paper came out showing that some types of lung cancer have hot. The people have higher levels of their oral bacteria their long. Now think about what happens when you put on masks and you're constantly breathing your own oral bacteria you know. It's just one thing after another here and that may be one of the things this year. We're seeing not just a viral outbreak. Because i'm hearing doctors all over the country and i'm one of two it says ivermectin doesn't seem to be working as well as now. Well if you're wearing a mask and you re breathing other things can get in there and there are things like mycoplasma pneumonia and these weird strep Organisms and things that can get into your launch in a constantly wet environment. Which is what you got in a mass that only can be treated with things like doxycycline bathroom. And that's what we're starting to see. So i think the mask the message doing a lot of harm but the most is to our children you know psychological damage to our children and i and i used to put up with people saying when people said to me. Well i know. I'm just wearing a mask. I don't wanna be you know a confrontational now. I used to let people buy with that..

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"dr. lee" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"dr. lee" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Because of the vaccine in your professional opinion that are going to pop up at years. Come years go by. Oh yeah there's multi-phases of death and destruction here. I mean we're seeing first of all One of the things we know is in. His vaccine is peg polyethylene. Lie call never been used in a vaccine before well. It's a lot of other things like household cleaning things. I guess and soaps and oils and things and so seventy percent of people have some allergy to it. That's one of the reasons they're saying this these vaccines produced ten times. The animal access rate of the other vaccines we've ever had meaning. That's the kind of sudden. I can't breathe. You know. drop over right after you get the injection. And we've seen pictures of pictures and pictures on the internet batch and we know about it in our places work You know so. That's one thing so another thing is right away. We're seeing interesting. Weird things like tromble cioppino. Now i got interested in. I wrote a paper on this about the blood. Not that not this. Before we really know about the blood clot. I knew about was the bleeding. So and the throne was high opinion trauma sides of the little parts of your blood that plug up the hole. You don't spontaneously bleed while Not that i care about other doctors but with my ears perked up when i heard about this fifty six year old male surgeon down in florida was perfectly healthy. Took the first vaccine advisor. Maxine took a first shot of pfizer vaccine and four days later. Start having my bleeding in his gums and things happened to him. Goes to the hospital is in the hospital gets a blood test. He has zero platelets. Now you're supposed to have over two hundred thousand two hundred thousand five hundred thousand something in that range. He had zero now. That's not something we usually see. There are disorders. That are due to low platelets and they can happen after back scenes or viruses. Lots of different things. But they usually don't kill you this quickly. And he basically was dead in twelve days of a blink of a brain bleed. They couldn't new. Here's a guy all hospital. trust me. They couldn't be tried everything to save him. Normally you could give people platelets for these kinds of disorders but not in the people all all the time that we're seeing all the people sing in here so i started looking around. I thank found. There were three hundred sixty five cases of spontaneous bleeding associated with the vaccines at the pfizer vaccine specifically most of that. Because it was. It was by the time i got done with his middle february when i started looking at so now when i went back by the way i went to back to look at the renew the numbers to get the publication and was like sixty five hundred in one month had gone up so this is a lot of people. What's happening. is we get your vaccine. You're seventy five years old and then three days later you found on your floor and you had a massive hemorrhage massive bleed your brain. It doesn't always get realized as always become realized. It had anything to do with the vaccine because 75-year-olds get brain bleeds. But i think people are starting to wake up and realize there is associated. There's so much there's lots of Abnormalities of menstrual cycles Unusual badge bleeding. Gib's in other words bleeding out from the you know through the through the rectum. Just several of them. Just massively so massive. They couldn't be figure out before the patient died. Where that was from oculus leads into the into the i can't see out of one is suddenly or into your sarah bell or your unacceptable loaves. Suddenly you're dizzy or you can't see out of your eye because you've got a brain lead not i bleed over and over mrs all over the place again. Another really bad when we're seeing this coming out quickly early on is the myocarditis and you've heard about that in young people. Now that's a really it shows you. Here's the risk we all. Everything's a risk benefit. So there's nothing in life about a risk. I get that but but here's an example and i happen to know the actual numbers in the military. So i'm gonna site those in all twenty twenty. There were only twenty military members dead of covert in twenty twenty one. So far we've had six hundred myocarditis cases attributable to the vaccine so bat may with given the mortality rate. We've killed three hundred sixty five. Three hundred seventy people in the military were the vaccine versus the twenty that cobra killed. That's a risk benefit analysis. That should have been done before. We started this and we didn't have data because they had no long term studies in humans. That's the failure here which you can go on. And on and i'll just mentioned one more and that's that's cancer you know. They admit that. Get this this so-called back sameness. These experimental unapproved genetic ages into us. They held to decrease our immune our innate immunity and everybody who's been following long noses without reading any real science if you got if you got coke and you had a antibodies you can donate your plasma and help other people now that was going on but if you got covered got the antibodies or perfectly healthy and took the vaccine white out that natural immunity. Now you cannot donate your own plasma so anybody can check that but but it is. And how stupid is that we don't just think about. I have perfect. God given immunity now to this disease and it's really as they say as the experts in immunology say is robust tissue immunity. That's real immunity. Not just and. I'm wiping that out and then giving you a little. Synthetic antibody based immunity. Thing is crazy but in the process of doing that they're dumbing down your immune system in general and what has what's happening is cancer showing up all over the place. I had a cardio overhead going. Why had a cardiologists told me that. He's seeing. I don't know twenty or twenty-five of these rare cancers in the last two months and he's only seemed to his whole twenty.

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"dr. lee" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"dr. lee" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"To what what what would be the possible argument. Then because i mean i i went to a doctor recently because i we talked off air about something that's annoying and then thankfully they were more enlightened on this than most but even like even a little bit they were like. Oh well you know. The vaccine has done a lot of good for a lot of people. I mean it seems as if dr that we're just living in parallel universes. How is this possible in a society where we have dialogue in speech and we're not living in kabul at least oper. Not where you know what i mean like. This is so hard for me to kind of as a normal person. That doesn't really know the detailer might as well how you have people in the same field. Have such completely different opinions of something. That should be rather simple. You think so. And i have to say you know i'm an orthopedic surgeon and i have to say much of my during much of my career. I i mean. I was taught about vaccines and medical school. And that's an interesting point. We were taught at different story than the kids today. But anyway i was taught about vaccines and medical school. And then i never was in that field so i never really looked at the data myself. the only thing that changed me the thing that changed me about vaccines in the boot. What was going on with when a couple of things happen. I was in the navy No i was out of the navy. But i was in the navy research. Advisory committee is congressional committee and by law they have to have a doctrines and i just happened to be going around. When they were researching gulf war syndrome. And i discovered that they just figured out that the gulf war syndrome was caused by one batch of the anthrax vaccine it was shoved through an emergency use authorization and it turned out they had an experimental advent and adjutant is just a chemical that non specifically stimulates your immune system so they don't have to use as much of passage so it makes it cheaper to produce quicker so they had just started this the first time they used an assessment called scaling and it turned out that all the gulf war syndrome came from that batch of anthrax taxing will then years later i discovered that they could that anthrax or they they use that squealing again. They took it out of all the vaccines or they weren't they promised they weren't gonna use it for they. Put it in the twenty seventeen flu ad. Okay i mean this is a bet my neighbor was one of those vets. Got the vaccine in the gulf war and he keeps getting a letter that says. Make sure you tell us about any neurologic changes because you're four times the risk of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. Which is lou gehrig's disease fatal neurologic disease than the background. People all the people that didn't get vaccinated so you have free veterinary or pre better veterans administration. Care if you needed just come and see us for neurologic problems now. The irony is he works at the. Va you works in the car. And so what happened. They made him get this vaccine. And guess what this scene has gotten. Yes you guessed it scaling and it's not labeled as scaling. That's what they do when they put it. Put it back in the flu. Add twenty seventeen. It was labeled it's lab number and the fifty nine. Well which gotta sounds like an el salvadorian drug. Gangs your doctor. Even if he's well meaning wouldn't know that unless you really researched it and so what. I guess i'm gonna play about all this. I stumbled into to some skepticism about the whole vaccine programs. Because of that. But but subsequently i've i've i researched like the basic flu vaccine because the mandates for flu being hospital and it's also if you look at the data yourself you get a different perspective so you're talking to a surgeon or somebody. That's not assad his field and they're being told this by the guys in the hospital so then you have to say. Why is that happy. Nobody's really looking at the data and looking at what's happening in the rest of the world. Well thanks to the thanks to what's been going on. The hospitals have been paid a lot of money by the nih and they're basically controlled and there is a controlled narrative in the nih. So they can only talk to you about certain things. I suspect your doctor is just an innocent victim of that. He's not trying to lie to you but he doesn't know i i. It's amazing i you think about it. You have massive medical institutions that have just been corrupted and it's the opposite of what science really needs to be and so just i just want to understand this correctly so these vaccines have the same component part that caused the gulf war syndrome. Is that right well. One of them is in the average. Is they call it. And as a really matrix called matrix am. Don't you love it. That's the coating around is a like protein. Nanoparticle lipid nanoparticle. L. p. coating around the genetic material and salan is in that apparently well so again we some of this is only because we've Some people have squeaked out. There are other things you're probably hearing about the graph in the just all sorts of aluminum and stuff in there that we just you know we won't know they're supposed to tell us at some.

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"dr. lee" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

07:00 min | 1 year ago

"dr. lee" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"So so let's start. Let's kind of go from there. That's how we're treating it so the consensus amongst america's rulers hasn't been changing and it seems as if there's always a profit incentive. Let's just start with the big one that that's impacting. Everyone's lives and then we can get the masks and lockdowns. Because i think the lockdown we understand pretty. Well it's just so silly the vaccine. What is this vaccine. What is incorporated who developed it. Should people be worried about this. Should they be suspicious of it and just kind of go through it from an abc nature because we have people listening to this right now. That are still trying to make up their mind. They're not really sure what's going on. Well you know. It's striking to me. That americans would spend more time researching a new car line before they bought one and taking a vaccine that's made out of synthetic dna or synthetic arsenic and can change your genetic makeup forever. I mean come on this is this is serious stuff. We're dealing with here and this isn't a bad scene it's we. We actually found the term for it's a viral based genetic therapy's these things have been working in development for decades as cancer drugs or gene therapies. They could never meet the safety standard. They never reach the bar for safety. And so now by declaring them suddenly oh back seen their indemnified now that could be safe and up for market that she comfort people but it's the same devices and and these what they do is they've taken a small amount of genetic material and they wrapped in a light bulb protein codes and they are injecting it into us in such a way that it produces the actual spike protein. That causes your genetic material or that your machine to them produce literally trillions of copies of the spike protein. We send go all over the body now. Just and that's the theory is that then you'll get immune to the spike protein. Just the theory of that in my opinion is crazy regardless of the other stuff. That's in it and how it actually functions because you know in nature if some of this is hard to talk about because one of the things. We learned that there may not be viruses. The way we talk about them so just for the moments conversation. I'm gonna mentioned viruses as if they really are just like we were taught What we used to do was we will give you a small piece of the virus and then it would just be a very very tiny piece and it would not go all over your body would be local and you would then recognize that your immune system would see it. Memorize it. Go out and tell your other immune system heart to to remember this so that if it ever shows up again you can take it out. That's how you'll time immune system or the old time vaccines work. This worked by actually kind of hijacking. Your your cells. To produce the very pathogen. That made us sick with colbert now. First of all. Let's just talk about who is hitting and who who the vaccines damaging right away from that. If you're young and you're healthy and you've got a immune system it got a better chance fighting off that onslaught of spy protein. All of your body's think if you're old and feeble you suddenly mobilized to to to deal with trillions of spike protein your body. And you can't always do it. And this is why in israel. They found that if you took this early on at after their only twelve point five percent people backside when these numbers came out but they were independently reviewed by a doctor seligman in marseilles france number daimyo and he said don't believe the ninety five percent effective you know. He did say that was propaganda. But i'll say when you see that number. That's a propaganda number. What he said was in the looking at that group people. If you're over sixty five and you take the vaccine your chance of dying. Kobe went up forty times than if you had taken a vaccine. And that's the reason. That's the reasons the in withered exactly works. We're not what we think is viruses. When when they attack you they normally come in a few of iran's just a couple it doesn't need a lot come into your nose your is your gut or someplace and then they start getting attached and start growing and during that period of time your body has a chance to try toward the loft right it can. It sends out the early troops shock troops and young. That's why little kids don't have to worry about this. And they don't transmit it because their immune systems on hibernate just go in and they just wiped us out but the sixty five year old might not be able to or the eighty five year olds. So what happens. In those cases you know they go in and they try to stop the invasion but some of the invaders get past them and then they get deeper in the body and because this has been designed not to just be the common cold which is what every other cronin viruses for symbols bar. This one actually goes into your brain your lungs your over as your kidneys. Everything i mean. It's got the pathways are everywhere so it goes in and starts getting a real deep hold in your body and then some people die because they cannot send it off will now think about doing that process but but when you take the vaccine you're not getting just a small four five by ryan dose in her nose now you're getting trillions of them sent to you and that's why we're seeing sudden deaths you know how many people i think to be honest. I i don't know anybody that doesn't know somebody has died or been disabled from the vaccine. And you know. My friend is one of the people. I hear the story of quite frequently. Who just didn't wake up one day and within four days of the vaccine just didn't wake up one morning and that's not uncommon and we we're not unfortunately a lot of those cases are getting missed in the documentation. But that's that's the way this is supposed to work in theory is supposed to do what it's actually doing. But it's causing huge amount of problems. So i've so many questions about that and thank you. That was really helpful. I guess than the immediate question is if if it's not a vaccine and it's a viral based gene therapy. How were they able to get away with calling it a vaccine. Wouldn't there be somebody in some institution that has reviewed this and is either blown the whistle or call this out. I think there would have had been had. It been rolled out in a traditional fashion. But if you if you crisis and then you go to solve the crisis you can push through an emergency use authorization. And that's what happened and what that does is it stops. Oversights cuts down. They don't in an emergency use authorization. It really speeds up the process. You don't have to do all the studies you don't have to do everything and and you have to tell us what's in it except the part that you're claiming is the part fittest doing the job. In other words. I could put a million other things in this in this agent. But as long as i tell you about the the the rn a that produces the spike protein. And the coating that it's into helps maneuver it around the body. I don't really have to tell.

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Medical Rebel, Dr. Lee Merritt, Explains the COVID Vaccine

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:24 min | 1 year ago

Medical Rebel, Dr. Lee Merritt, Explains the COVID Vaccine

"What is this vaccine. What is incorporated who developed it. Should people be worried about this. Should they be suspicious of it and just kind of go through it from an abc nature because we have people listening to this right now. That are still trying to make up their mind. They're not really sure what's going on. Well you know. It's striking to me. That americans would spend more time researching a new car line before they bought one and taking a vaccine that's made out of synthetic dna or synthetic arsenic and can change your genetic makeup forever. I mean come on this is this is serious stuff. We're dealing with here and this isn't a bad scene it's we. We actually found the term for it's a viral based genetic therapy's these things have been working in development for decades as cancer drugs or gene therapies. They could never meet the safety standard. They never reach the bar for safety. And so now by declaring them suddenly oh back seen their indemnified now that could be safe and up for market that she comfort people but it's the same devices and and these what they do is they've taken a small amount of genetic material and they wrapped in a light bulb protein codes and they are injecting it into us in such a way that it produces the actual spike protein. That causes your genetic material or that your machine to them produce literally trillions of copies of the spike protein. We send go all over the body now. Just and that's the theory is that then you'll get immune to the spike protein. Just the theory of that in my opinion is crazy regardless of the other stuff. That's in it and how it actually functions because you know in nature if some of this is hard to talk about because one of the things. We learned that there may not be viruses. The way we talk about them so just for the moments conversation. I'm gonna mentioned viruses as if they really are just like we were taught What we used to do was we will give you a small piece of the virus and then it would just be a very very tiny piece and it would not go all over your body would be local and you would then recognize that your immune system would see it. Memorize it. Go out and tell your other immune system heart to to remember this so that if it ever shows up again you can take it out. That's how you'll time immune system or the old time vaccines work. This worked by actually kind of hijacking. Your your cells. To produce the very pathogen. That made us sick with colbert

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"dr. lee" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"dr. lee" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Were working on back corona virus or or whatever this turns out to be a piece of the bat genome. At least that has been changed to hook into our our ace to pat ploy to make a deadly or at least disease producing and humid. Now there's so much evidence that it's bio up and i think one of the best Reviews of this. You can go to steve seen coil and he goes through the basin analysis of this. But he tells you about all things you look at and quite frankly and i know many of you know there are things that we look at to see if if this is from nature can we for example. Can we take this so called sars toby to and reinfect bats and the answer is no if it came out of bats in might have to change a little bit but it sure enough the change its whole personality to get back so we can't reinfect. Bats never found it in any animal in the Wuhan meat market including the stupid pangolin. When when they dragged that out. I knew we were desperate to find an excuse so that it fails the kind of all the for all the cardinal signs of a natural disease. Okay and the thing that worries me the most is. We're not treating it like. We would any other real pandemic so it makes you. There's a lot of suspicion. Go around but there were many labs including the Louis pasteur lab. Probably for sir. The winnipeg lab in canada ralph barracks lab in north carolina And then the wuhan lab..

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"dr. lee" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"dr. lee" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Not. I'm not a trauma surgeon anymore. I i was semi retired just working a few days away doing electric surge so when this broke out and they shut down the hospitals even before we went into that lockdown. I was sitting home doing nothing and i had been alerted to looking at this one from a friend of mine. Who used to work at you. Sandwich are bioweapons weapons labs so call it what you will. That's what is so. I've been following the sense almost mid december and it was looking pretty bad. And then i also was on. I was fortunate enough through other organizations. Just i got on a web. An email email page with people and it started out with about six people but one of them was diddy role from france. You know and then it added people and and so i was kind of just a little quiet member on his big group email but it turned out we were the very early on maybe even Before i got with all those people that the chinese were talking about using clark and hydroxy clerk the koreans That had been used with sars. So this is starting to come out. People were sending around these papers. He's all papers way back to talk about this. And i started reading them and many of us came to the conclusion. All this is going to be a piece of cake. We got this you know and then then suddenly it turned a corner and at first i thought. Oh it's just because now month after we heard about it and kind of had been thinking about you know. We need to stock up on his stuff people's need to start using it. Trump mentioned it and then it seemed to go south. And i thought oh they just hate trump orangemen bad. That's what this is. But then i started while at what during that period of time and hear what they were saying to to discourage the use. Oh pedrazzi chloroquine. I realized that's wait a minute. That's not what i've been reading. Because i've been reading the scientific literature now so i started going from paper to paper to paper anyway it it. I followed the trail all the way back to nine hundred seventy four that they knew about clark one hydroxy clerk for the use of these kinds of problems for viral issues and i said really and then then i found a paper that said That it was that clark. One was a potent inhibitor of influenza a. In vitro meaning. They knew this stuff to treat influenza. I said all. It's not trump. This they don't want to take their sixty nine billion dollar vaccine industry and reduce it to zero if they have a treatment like this. So that's what i thought it was. Well then it started becoming a little little more questionable to me whether this was actually a virus or a bioweapon. When i saw the way that things were going and that's step changed but i ended up writing a paper about the hydroxy clerk when that's how it all started yet so that that's so helpful. Let's let's just ask some basic terms. Is it your opinion that this virus is a bio weapon developed by the chinese. It's bioweapon it's not just developed by the chinese. I will tell you. there's a lot of really go. The other thing. I did during that period of time. Might i wrote a timeline and started tracing from place to place. I'm gonna tell you if you want point fingers at people it can go all over including us You know there's no question this was this was lab manipulated and in fact you know the question is who released it when and why i mean i think we could say when around october nineteenth Which was the same day for two events. It was the same day as event to a. But the one i never talk about is the world economic. The world military games held in wuhan started the same date You know. I always looking out for things that haven't been mentioned or people that names that you've ever hear that's kind of a sign but anyway these questions been manipulated and that there are people that.

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"dr. lee" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

06:11 min | 1 year ago

"dr. lee" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"DC is here now we were talking between the segments. About x imma. And I guess you you had a visit about this. I can't imagine we're even talking about eczema. That's not something I would equate with what you do. Many people feel that way. My wife came up to me and said that recently we had the mother of one of our practice members and she came up and said, You need to do a radio program on eczema. Now there's a reason that she said that and the reason was about eight weeks before that, she her daughter She bought her in her daughter and to be evaluated from compromising the brain body connection. And in taking the history. One of the things that we found out was that her daughter suffered from eczema. Her daughter was 14 years of age. So they opted to begin care to get that brain body connection connected. And one of the amazing things to them was within six weeks. The X M A. Was doing 80% better. Stop! Stop! Stop! That's a skin condition. Yes, And what you do is the brain and body connection. What you do is aligned the brain with the spine and allow the communication to be restored between the two right eczema is on the skin. I don't understand. Well, the skin The skin is the largest organ in the human body. Now there are many other organs. There's the kidneys. There's the liver, their lungs. The function of the kidneys remove toxins in the body. However, if the kidneys are not working as well as they're supposed to the backup system is the skin. You mean, if if the kidney can't get rid of it will come out. The skin will come out of the skin You see, And so the way the body works as it has a series of control systems that are linked with various, uh, systems like the cardiovascular system, the nervous system, the respiratory system, and they will have to interface. What makes that happen is communication. And communication occurs primarily across the nervous system. Secondarily occurs through the immigrant system, and these systems are unfortunately vulnerable to compromises, and the area that that's most likely to occur. That it can most easily occur is in the brain body connection at the very top of the neck. So when we correct the brain body connection, it now allows the assistance to begin to interface and function the way that they were designed to restoring the control system. Exactly. This is this is like Iron man's suit. I mean, I have you seen the movies but Iron man in every Iron man's story, and he every movie every comic book. The basic story is something happens to the suit right? Something he catches a missile or whatever. But one of the control systems in the suit goes down and in order for Iron Man two triumph. The suit has to be brought up to a certain level of of functionality again for for him to save the day. How does that happen? How do they get it? Back up to its function? Well, that's the Tony Stark part of the whole story. Yeah, He's the brilliant guy that built the suit. He always has to fix the suit in one way or another. Well, I think that's a great near Tony Stark. Um Um, no, I don't think so. But but it's a great analogy when you take a look at it because it is, you know, it's very much how the party works. And so, um, when you start dealing with things like skin conditions and extra and things like that, Um the amazing thing is they can respond so well. How often has eczema responded to your treatments? I see it year in and year out. Its perennial and and magnification is dozens of cases. There was a case that I saw many years ago. In my early years of practice, a young girl was brought to me, and she was literally covered from head to foot with eczema, and she was seven years old at the time, and she was a very difficult child to like. And the reason she was difficult to like. Issue is in pain all the time, and she was just very difficult to handle. Sure she was, And so we started under care, and within about 90 days that was traumatic improvement in the skin. Within a year. It cleared up completely really, and the a change in this young girl that occurred during that period of time and over the next The next 12 13 years I saw her on a maintenance spaces coming in, and she'd come in. She come in as a teenager, And she said Dr Hardly. Actually, She called me out. She said, Yeah, I'm out of adjustment. So I check her and sure enough should be out of adjustment. She knew one of the ways that you know that you've got an attack of asthma. Coming on is your skin starts burning and getting itchy at night, And although she hadn't broken out, you could feel that beginning and that was telling her that that problems were beginning to start again. And she knew to get in and get checked. And we didn't have to see all that much at that stage of the game, but actually followed her through to a late late teenage years and she did remarkably well and this is something that is consistent, consistent through your practice. Just for many, many years. It is another case that came to see me young Simone boy about seven years of age. And, um, I saw him just about three or four years ago within Within 30 days is going to clear it up. It was quite amazing. Now we have to be clear here, especially when we talk about something like eczema. You don't cure eczema. That's not what this show is about. That's not what the Yardley Institute is about. That's exactly right. That's not what the institute's about. We address only the ability of the body to heal itself and as it relates. Compromise in the brain body connection. So when you eliminate that compromise, and the brain and the body are communicating again, and that restores what the controls this control systems, they can now start interfacing a function at 100%. And so that allows the body to heal itself. Exactly. I'm sorry, but you are Tony Stark. Thank you. I'm sure that's a compliment. And one day I'll know who Tony Stark. Oh, Doctor Yardley. I apologize. No, that's that's all right now. Rather than being silly. Let me get serious with you for a second. If this makes sense to you what you're hearing. Maybe if it's just amazing, why not check it out? Perhaps you'd be a candidate for care with Dr Lee Yardley D C and we'll make it worth your while. If you call right now, you'll receive a $148 value for just $38. Now there's a reason for that. There's a series of test You do rightly full battery actually of of metrics,.

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"dr. lee" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

06:01 min | 1 year ago

"dr. lee" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"A fellow patients with Dr Lee hardly D C. I saw it in your eyes were brotherhood because you had an experience was similar to mine. Oh, man, it's amazing. I can't begin to tell you the relief that I have received in such a short period of time Within 48 hours. I started to see a difference that was At first I thought it was psychosomatic that okay, Something is changing. Something is feeling better. Something is happening, but I don't want to say anything. Lest I jinxed this. Yeah. And you were talking about some of the challenges affairs such as rheumatoid arthritis and you know that ran in my family. Uh and I've not yet encountered that but I will. It will come. So that was a shock for you. But that's also you're also dealing with that. You know, the rheumatoid has been very, very difficult just because I saw my mom and it was just horribly debilitating. She was She was crippled to the day that she died and I got that and it was a gut punch. And so I just thought, Oh, my gosh, dealing with that was painfully difficult, and you've been an active guy your whole life and see and I can see it in you. I can see that your guide that has been acting real life for an Eagle Scout and what's it like now to start being able to do things with your with your scouts again? It's amazing because I've even shared this with Dr Yardley and several several friends. It's like I feel I can run again. I feel I can exercise and lift weights again, in which For the past 2 to 3 years has just not been possible, so to be able to go and work with the scouts and work with there's a couple guys that I'm trying really hard to get across the line of Eagle Scout, and with me not being able to be there. It's just it's just heart wrenching. Yeah. And to be able to go back and they just look go, Mr. What? You're back. You're back. Oh, it's awesome. You said something to me. And I didn't even realize that about headaches because I I the day was talking to someone and he was saying, Oh, I I I had Sai Attica, and it's gone. I thought wait a minute. Had psychotic and I didn't even realize that since I've been seeing Dr Lee Yardley, it's like I don't have that. But then you mentioned headaches. I haven't had those either. Yes, and I used to have I used to live on etcetera. Seriously. I would take two or three. Four or five a day religiously every day, and that occurred to me. It's like my goodness, I haven't seen a headache. I haven't felt even the inklings of a headache. Yeah, and when you mentioned the other little niggling Pains and hurts and all those they're just going away. I started to realize he's right. Things are just starting to happen. Yeah, I I don't require nearly as much sleep which just really blows me away. Yeah. And so you said there must be something of this brain body connection. Exactly. It makes all the sense in the world the way ever try to explain this to people is Look what happens if it's severed. Yes, that's his bat, right? I understand. I've done some research. Severing the brain body connection is bad. But what about impacting that? So, what do you tell people who are skeptical? Because I think traditional medicine. You're you know, you and I are talking about some of the flaws of traditional medicine when they mean well, but oftentimes they're seeking a programmer. They're seeking a medication or surgical outcome. Um, what do you tell people about this The way that Dr Lee are the deals with the brain body connection? It's fascinating because I usually will tell he is, he says. I am not curing anything. Yeah, I'm not healing you. I am restoring the brain to body because what an amazing machine. Your body really is How it can do the things it does, how it can affect the things that it does. And it's all it's all happening. It's all because, as I said, one of the lifestyle changes, I've stopped taking my statin drugs because they were causing me pains all over my body and those went away within days. And it's like you've got to be kidding. You know, I love radio because I got the face for it, but I wish people could see your face right now. This way. It's lighting up and the smile on your face because I see this in the welcome area, right when you get talking this and it's this brotherhood. Oh my gosh, you're with Lee Yardley's so help me out here because there's a lot of people who waits and you've seen him. Guys our age, You know, I think probably some are age getting up out of the chair, right? Or get down on the ground to play with the kids. Hold on, kids. Um and I've tried to say Look, don't wait. This has been my experience has been experience of other people. So help me We're talking to those. Maybe men our age. They're just dealing with the aches and pains. What do you say to about? Well, first of all, say to him. Why are you making that noise? I'm not kidding. Yeah. Your creek and you've grown and you moan and it's like you don't have to do that. I when when you say about the getting up and can't even walk. That is exactly what drove me into him. The side Attica in the pain in the hip were so bad I could barely walk. And so I tell the people Even even my coworkers. Did you notice? I'm not getting up and struggling to walk and the guy goes. Yeah, I did notice that. Yeah, So it's one of those things of What keyed in when you said Don't make this the last resort. Don't wait until you have no other options because I did exactly that. Yeah. My life was not worth living in the pain that I was having. And I couldn't do the continue medication. Couldn't do it. Yeah, And as you know, I think I shared an air. My dad just mask the symptoms for years with medication, ibuprofen and Many other things all legal, by the way, but none of it advisable for the situations and well, you know what? God bless you. I'm thrilled for you. I'm extremely happy for you. I'm getting I'm getting the contact high watching you be happy. Oh, it's amazing. I can't When I think about it. I can't wipe the smile off my face. I'm serious. I This has been a godsend. I thank Dr Yardley for what he's able to do. And Todd, I thank you for bringing this to my attention of saying Don't wait. Do this. Wow! And when I finally did It was I I can't tell you the changes. Of course I don't have to. You know that? You asked. It's just It's huge to me. Well, thank you. Thank you for listening to very much. Appreciate it. It's my honor. I love what you do here..

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336. Anti-Indigenous Racism and the Canadian Healthcare System with Dr. Lisa Richardson

Surgery 101

02:56 min | 1 year ago

336. Anti-Indigenous Racism and the Canadian Healthcare System with Dr. Lisa Richardson

"We're fortunate today to be joined by dr lee's. Richardson assistant dean of diversity and inclusion at timoti medicine at the university of toronto and strategic lead for indigenous health at the women's college hospital. Welcome to surgery. One doctor richardson. We are so pleased to have you with us very excited to be here. Thank you so Because we're a medical student guests pretty much to a little bit about yourself and how he developed an interest in medicine as a career. While so i'm go away back so first of all i'm I practice internal medicine so and you know. I can talk a little bit about how i got into into that field but i started in as an undergraduate student in biology and realized quite quickly that that seemed Seemed fairly uni dimensional. For me. And i realized i was really missing all of these other aspects of of my life including storytelling and writing and reading in the arts and so i ended up doing a degree in english as well. And in hindsight i realize that as A mixed lead person of indigenous initial bay And european ancestry that that idea around thinking about health in a in a really holistic way not just about through the bio the biologic component of health physical health but thinking about Stories and our community and culture and how they're all connected is very much initial by way of of being seen he alina and wellbeing more broadly. So i think it made sense that i didn't realize at the time why i needed to branch out beyond just a particular form of of of Study but in hindsight it really does And then i realized that the way to have an impact was Beyond beyond biology and beyond academics. Because i really did love. The academic environment was it felt really disconnected from being able to change What was happening on the ground for for Our people and wanting to be able to care for people and and also care for communities and change the healthcare system. So that's how. I ended up in in medicine. And then really internal medicine for me. Because it was a way of i think being more integrated Not just around. As i said you know it was a way to listen to story and problem solve and work with people and have time to spend with with my patients and and that's gravitated towards I i've always loved teaching and so quickly got into teaching and realizing that the way to change the healthcare for indigenous peoples was for the next generation of practitioners to understand cultural safety and indigenous health anti-racist

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"dr. lee" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

06:25 min | 1 year ago

"dr. lee" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Improving lives, naturally with Dr Lee Yard on Cairo radio 97 3 FS. We're back. Dr. Lee Yardley, D C. Is here with me. I know you've been doing a lot of reading on longevity, lot of studying quality of life. Um, what have you found within a very curious about what you've discovered? Well, you know, these days, there's a lot of drum beat out there about longevity, right? And, um, especially for the baby boomers, etcetera, And one of the things I've maintained for years is that we are a health science institute, not a Longevity institute. Okay, And the reason that I maintain that is because I think that longevity is a constant and given its not a moving target. I mean, if we take a look at what happens as we age, I mean, when we started, you know, 40 and moving under 50 and 60. There is health problems start evolving and developing, you know in the forties quite often Legislate start getting Goldstone's kidney stones can begin to develop. I had kidney stones, as you know, miserable, you know, menopause acid reflux weight gain begins to start occurring Sure. In the fifties, high blood pressure can start creeping in elevated cholesterol. Sleep apnea risk problems. Prostate problems in the sixties. We start seeing people going through knee replacement hip replacements. Rotator cuff surgery, Um, osteopenia, which is the beginning of osteoporosis, heart irregularity, problems, thyroid dysfunctions, even type two diabetes. You have to go quickly just because there's so much well, that's true. That's true. So the Yeah, the question here Frank is what is the solution to this and it's simple. Don't live that long. I add 40 and you've got this thing licked. You can hear people reaching to turn off the show even as we speak. Thank you so much for giving people hopefully. Yeah, exactly. So maybe we need a plan B. Okay, Let's take a look at that. Now we've been really led to believe that that our longevity, which currently is about 80 to 90 years of age, as as a result of antibiotics, among medicine, sure, not supported by the evidence. It's not know years ago, I was turning the Masai in France and the Messiah has some of the most beautiful out work in the world. But they also have Series of corridors where they've got portraits of all of royalty throughout the century. They have that in the British Museum. They have all the royalty up in the Yeah, the year they were born, and the year that they died, and I had the opportunity to total down that particular I'll with my calculator. And I calculated how long these guys were living for in the ladies were living for an amazingly short of like Marie Antoinette. Most of them were living until they were actually got catch on. Yes, it was cut short. Yeah, but they were living till there were 80 or 90. In fact. Really Socrates Hippocrates, the father of modern medicine, 300 years before the birth of Christ lived till he was 90 years of age. So what's happened is this the average age that the average pushing the population is living to has increased because we've got rid of the plague because we we've got better hygiene. But the actual potential longevity has not changed at all. The human being has always been built to last that long until we were 85 years of age, give or take a few years. Sure, you see So, um, you know, if we end to death and by default birth, this wouldn't be a pleasant place to live in. He realized that and for us to likewise know at time and manner of death would be more of a burden. Then it would be of an asset. Yeah, that's often a theme in literature. It's It's Wolverine. The movie right now, you know that's all about a person who really doesn't age and it is a You know, double edged sword. Exactly. So the Yardley Institute is really all about quality of life and improving quality of life, as opposed to necessarily extending your life. Exactly. We make no claims in that area, but we do make claims about improving one's quote. Now I always ask you for a story in that regard. Can you give me an example of how you do that? How you improve somebody's quality of life? Li? Yeah, About two months ago, I had an amazing couple come in, and they're driven all the way from Edmonds and primarily they had driven for help with the wife. She had some health issues. Going on. The husband explained to me really didn't have any health issues, or at least you didn't think so. And so he was having none of it that I I've heard that kind of thing before. Well, actually had made an appointment for himself Good and what had happened was in the short time he's been in my office. He started realizing that we were about something else. And so he was very interested. During the time we talked, I found out that he was dealing with some major health issues that he didn't think were important, but high blood pressure and type two diabetes. Um I think, as it reflects, certainly elevated cholesterol levels will go insurance and and I can say for certain it was the acid reflux as well. So I made some suggestions to him. And then he followed through and actually had the opportunity to sit down with them just this past week and review the progress over the first eight weeks. Amazing thing is that he is low. It is blood pressure medication, his diabetes medication. He's off completely. His cholesterol lowering medication. Really? He's lost £14. I mean, this guy's life has turned around. Wait a second. Did he take on a big heavy exercise program? To lose those £14.1 of the recommendations I made is that he changed his eating habits. I recommended the paleo diet to him, and he certainly made those changes. Uh, but he also started get by getting his brain body connection corrected as well. And there's been some profound changes in this gentleman's life. So what we're talking about is not Because you'll find that that health is all about control systems and communication. And when you have a compromise in the brain body connection, By definition, you've got compromise communication. So by restoring that what do you get? By restoring the communication. You restore the control systems back to the way that they will before. It's kind of like going back to your default setting rebooting the computer. There you go. That's a wonderful analogy. If what we're talking about make sense to you about longevity. About frankly about your quality of life. Then maybe you want to find out if you're a candidate for care with Dr Lee Yardley, D C and the Yardley Institute. What you do is call right now We're going to give you a special deal. Usually Uh, it's a $148.

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Health Care Challenges for Transgender Youth

61 Minutes

02:00 min | 2 years ago

Health Care Challenges for Transgender Youth

"Doctors from treating transgender youth with puberty, blockers, testosterone arrest region and surgery to assist their transitions. As part of a new culture war. Similar bills have been introduced and at least 20 other states. In some cases, doctors could go to jail. Many physicians and therapists are appalled. Like Erica Anderson Ah, highly respected gender psychologist at the University of California, San Francisco, who's transgender herself. It's a very ominous development. It's a bad sign. Have you ever seen anything like that before in your lifetime? No. No. And it zero overreach on the part of such legislatures. Clearly, they are demonstrating their ignorance. And prejudice. At least six major medical associations have weighed in against these bills, including the American Academy of Pediatrics, of which Dr Lee Savio Beers is the president. I'm going to read you something that was said in support of this law in Arkansas, One of the Republican senators said gender affirming treatments are quote at best experimental and at worst, a serious threat to a child's welfare. These air, not experimental treatments there, really based in scientific literature. They're based in decades and decades of expert experience, and they're backed by a number of major medical organizations to let's say there was a young Person and they're on hormones under the lawn, Arkansas. A doctor has to take those hormones away. Yes, And if the doctor decides to move forward, they face significant penalty. Is there any medical rationale for this legislation in your opinions? No. There is not The field of transgender health care has

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"dr. lee" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

05:34 min | 2 years ago

"dr. lee" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Todd Herman, a proud patients of Dr Lee Yardley, D C. At the Yardley Institutes, and I'm joined today by a fellow patient not met. I've met hundreds of fellow patients have interviewed probably 50 55. But today I'm talking with Chris, who initially went to see Dr Hartley because of neck pain, but found like idea, like a lot of doctor of these patients do a whole bunch of ancillary great benefits. In addition, It's Todd Herman. I'm here with the film. A patient of Dr Lee are the Chris Chris. Welcome to the radio show. Thank you. It's good to have you here. I want to talk about something in reverse. I know you went in to see the doctor for something very specific. And like me, it sounds like you had some extra benefits after you went to the gentle, non invasive treatments of Doctor Yardley. So let's start with the surprise stuff. Then we'll talk about why you went in. Okay. That sounds good. I started losing weight. That was a surprise. That's just going good. That's awesome. Well, congratulations on that. What? What was the initial reason that she went in to see Dr Other Um, I was in Rolla racks then about oh, god many years ago and broke my neck but didn't find out about it for 20 years until my next big accident and I went into a chiropractor. He's asked me when did I break my neck? And I'm like, I didn't know I had not been 20 years before the previous accident, so I've been living with neck issues for most of my life. Goodness. And so you go see Dr Hartley and you get the gentle non invasive treatments and I'm gonna talk about the neck pain going away. And then did you get that for me? My Sinuses got better. My sleep. Got better leaving you same things. What else improved my attention. I'm paying better attention to what I'm doing. I noticed that that increased quite a bit. I've also got more energy. I sleep all through the night. So I have more energy during the day. You know, I don't have heartburn like I used to have it. My breathing. I could breathe better like he said, your Sinuses my Sinuses cleared up. I sound totally better. I don't sound congested in no sickly You know it, SSM a zing. How much better I feel. I feel like 110% better than I did when I first walked in there. Yeah, And it's you know, I've learned so much from Doctor Yardley about the brain body connection and the ability of the body to heal itself. It's extraordinary. What did tell people don't hear us talking Chris and the lean on the Fed's lot of people wait to the last thing like Oh, I'm Facing surgery before they go see Dr other. What do you tell people who lean on the fence that way? Well, I would tell him. T don't lean on the fence. Just go do it because you know it's hot. I feel 110% better and so convey. Um, I waited long time before. I don't want to go through surgery. I don't want to do any of that, and I've been pushing it up pushing it off for years. And dealing with my stiff necks and my head aches and just being born down, tired for years, and this last year that I've been going to see him. I have improved so much. I'm just amazed I wished I didn't know about it before. In fact, I found out about it on your show. Oh, thank you, Chris. Appreciate that. That's so cool to hear, Doctor you are the year on the call. What do you do You remember about that Christmas case when she came in to see if they're at the institute? Well, a couple of things first, like a lot of our patients doesn't live close to where we're actually travels up from some water for her care theme. The issues that she had it would extend from his skull down to admit back area and this is something we see a lot because they hit his balance on the neck. But there's this big large must pull the trapezius that comes out across the shore. Was and so it can make shoulder discomfort. And so it didn't surprise me with a crystal that she could get relieved by getting massive to take much showers and should even use. I used to get some degree of relief with it. But it it really was a problem that a hit wasn't straight on her neck and that there was no reflection on Crystal because most of us before we get this straightened out. That's a problem, but she's a very well balanced lady these days. Yeah, she is our Christmas. We wrap up here. What do you think has been? I mean, you talk about being more alerts in the Sinuses clearing up I've had the same thing happened with my gentle noninvasive care from Dr of the Sinuses and other things. But how's that affected your daily life? Are the things you do now that you weren't able to do I wasn't able to take walks any longer, any more than a block to now I could go for a mile or better. I have to stand about the stamina against stamina, and I have the energy to do it. I have the want to do it. For it was just always just dragged a walk very far. D'Argo do any sports or anything, And I'm playing with my grandkids today, where I wouldn't have been a year about No, I'm getting down on the floor. I'm doing things with them and my young grandkids in that role so little, But I'm getting did enjoy those things. And I didn't get to do it Ah, year ago. A year ago. It was just too hard to make it through. Even just the day it was I was depressed. All right, more like you now I'm actually losing weight. That's one of the biggest ones is losing weight. I feel better, and I've got more energy and I would recommending to anybody. In fact, I do any. Oh, I do, too. And I appreciate you learning about it on my radio show and being on Doctor literally show with me and go with God's good grace. Thank you, Chris. Thank you. You know, I hear it all the time. I really.

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Vanessa Bryant Gives Powerful Speech Inducting Kobe Bryant Into Hall of Fame

Dr. Lee Yardley

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

Vanessa Bryant Gives Powerful Speech Inducting Kobe Bryant Into Hall of Fame

Israel Observes Day of Mourning for Religious Festival Deaths

Dr. Lee Yardley

00:17 sec | 2 years ago

Israel Observes Day of Mourning for Religious Festival Deaths

"In Israel today has been declared a national day of mourning and at the Vatican's unity say Pope Francis offered his prayers for 45 people crushed to death at a Jewish religious festival on Thursday for Americans were among those who died.

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How To Boost Your Kids Gut Health with Dr William Lee

Food Issues

02:11 min | 2 years ago

How To Boost Your Kids Gut Health with Dr William Lee

"In recent years. There's been a ton of research about the microbiome and gut health and a growing interest in probiotics for kids yet. What our kids eat is really the foundation of a strong immune system. They really need to start right away by making sure that their gut bacteria and gut health and diet as healthy as possible. That's dr william lee. Scientists and author of the new york times bestseller. Eat to beat. Disease will talk about how. The habits of covid may affect our kids. Immune systems ways to boost your kids gut health the best foods to focus on and if probiotics are good idea there so much advice an easy realistic tips in this episode. And i know you're gonna love this interview with dr li will. Dr lee is so great to have you on the food issues podcast. Thank you so much for being here. Thank you julie. It's a pleasure. Great so we hear a lot about gut healthy seas and for listeners. Who don't know. can you explain. What exactly the microbiome is. And why it's important for all of us and our children right. Well we've always known that our gut has to be healthy because you no matter who you are and where you live. You've always had that kind of uncomfortable. Gut the kind of tummy feeling. And now we have an explanation for what it is because we think us gas or you know maybe have a little stomach bug but we now know that in fact you don't have justice stomach bug. We've got thirty nine trillion stomach bugs and these stomach. Bugs are actually mostly healthy And that's what we call the gut microbiome. it's a it's an ecosystem that actually lives inside our body and in fact there's just about the same number of bacteria as there are human cells so We as humans are not actually quite human. Were about fifty percent. Bacteria healthy bacteria and fifty percent Humans and most of the healthy bacteria actually Live inside our gut has also On our skin in our mucous membranes. As well

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Arkansas Passes Bill to Ban Gender-Affirming Care for Trans Youth

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Arkansas Passes Bill to Ban Gender-Affirming Care for Trans Youth

"Of its kind law could prohibit doctors from providing hormone treatment or surgery to transgender youths. In Arkansas. It's been approved by the Republican led state Senate. It's getting disapproval from various medical groups. Dr Lee Beers is president of the American Academy of Pediatrician's bill was harmful in two ways. One it threatens the health and well being of transgender youth and two it puts politicians rather than pediatricians in charge of a child's medical care. Republican Governor Raisa Hutchinson hasn't said whether or not he supports the law in Arkansas.

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Seattle Mariners prepare to welcome fans back to the stands at T-Mobile Park

Dr. Lee Yardley

00:20 sec | 2 years ago

Seattle Mariners prepare to welcome fans back to the stands at T-Mobile Park

"It's mere days away from the start of the Mariners 2021 season, and not only are they looking forward to welcoming back Marco Gonzalez, Kyle Lewis and the rest of the team, but they are excited to welcome back fans to T Mobile Park. Limited capacity seating is available for select games during during the the the first first first year. year. year. Home Home Home stands, stands, stands, including including including a a a three three three game game game match match match up up up with with with the the the White White White Sox Sox Sox starting starting starting April. April. April. 5th 5th 5th visit visit visit Mariners Mariners Mariners calm calm calm for for for

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NASA's new race to put a woman on the moon

Dr. Lee Yardley

01:18 min | 2 years ago

NASA's new race to put a woman on the moon

"Left his footprint there in December, 1972 Now. A half century later, NASA is planning to send people back to the moon. The new program is called Artemus after Apollo's mythical twin sister and the goal is that the next footprint on the moon will be made by a woman. The astronaut who gets that assignment hasn't been chosen yet. As you're about to see this new push to the moon has been plagued by doubts, cost overruns and delays. But we found something else interesting when we visited NASA. Artemus program isn't just named for a woman. It's largely being run by women. So there's no place on launch day that I would want to be. But right here, Charlie Black will. Thompson is NASA's first female launch director and once dropped the copies. In a year or so. She'll give the go for launch command for the first Artemus Moon rocket in historic firing Room one at Kennedy Space Center, which she first visited more than 30 years ago as a college graduate interviewing for a job. It's the same room that the Apollo 11 mission was launched from, and it is the same room that we will launch the first flight. Of the Artemus missions

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The inside story of the Iranian attack on Al Asad Airbase

Dr. Lee Yardley

04:00 min | 2 years ago

The inside story of the Iranian attack on Al Asad Airbase

"General Frank Mackenzie, commander of US forces in the Middle East, monitored the attack from his headquarters in Tampa, Florida. Walking into this small room off his main operation Center, where he could talk directly to the only two people above him in the chain of command. They bring in secretary defense and a little bit later they brought in the president to this conversation. We're listening to the reports of the missiles flying. You ever been on one like this? I've never been on one like this, where real missiles being fired at our forces and where I thought the risks were so high Iranian attack on al Assad was in retaliation for a stunning US operation. President Trump ordered six nights earlier, a drone strike, which killed Iran's most powerful general Qassim Suleimani. The blood of many Americans is on the hands of the same salamoni. He was this close to an indispensable man as you could find inside Iran, where he went violin. And death followed during the American occupation of Iraq. Sulamani had orchestrated attacks which killed more than 600. U. S troops and, according to Mackenzie, He was planning to do it again. We saw intelligence reports where the same cell Amani was moving various attacks, dreams forward against our forces in Iraq against our embassy and against other bases there. With the imminent perhaps an hour's, perhaps in days, probably not weeks. Until then, the USAID shied away from going after Sulamani for fear, killing such a high ranking government official. Would only provoke Mauritanian attacks. I never take killing anyone is a zone easy decision, but I think the risk of not acting in this case Outweigh the risks of acting So yes, I was good with the decision on January 3rd of last year on airport security camera recorded. Sulamani is arrival in Baghdad on a commercial flight from Damascus. Kensi was watching from a different angle. You have the drones overhead. Do you see him Healthy? Yes, yes. As soon Money's entourage pulled away from the plane. McKenzie gave the kill order to the commander controlling the drones. And then I said, Take your shot when you got it. Missile slammed into both vehicles simultaneously. There's no backslapping. There's no cheering because now I have to prepare to deal with the consequences. The action, General Mackenzie was sure Iran would retaliate, but he didn't know how and neither for awhile. Did the Iranians. I believe they went into a period of this organization because they had lost the officer. Who really spoke up and shaped everything up and told them what they were gonna do. So he's kind of ominous silence. It was a very ominous silence. And what was the first sign that Iran might really be thinking of her? Ballistic missile attack, they began to move their ballistic missiles. The attack was just hours away. When major Alan Johnson got the word. Iran's most powerful weapons were aiming for al Assad. My intelligence officer pulled me aside and Basically said, Sir, I've got some bad news for you. What's up? We have information that Iran is fueling 27 medium range ballistic missiles in their intention is the level this base And we may not survive. This was a completely different threat. Lieutenant Colonel Jim Garland commanded an army battalion at Al Asad. Sprawling air base about 120 miles west of Baghdad, where the U. S operated scores of helicopters, drones and other aircraft. Did the base have any defense against ballistic missiles now, sir? It was such a unprecedented threat. I don't think it was ever calculated. S o the capability to, uh, prevent a ballistic missile attack. It wasn't there. Did you have a plan for what to do? Way came up with the plan. The only real defense against ballistic missile attack is to get out of harm's way.

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"dr. lee" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

06:19 min | 2 years ago

"dr. lee" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Todd Herman, a proud patients of Dr Lee Yardley, D C. At the Yardley Institutes, and I'm joined today by a fellow patient not met. I've met hundreds of fellow patients have interviewed probably 50 55. But today I'm talking with Chris, who initially went to see Dr Harley because of neck pain, but found like I feel like a lot of doctor of these patients do ah, whole bunch of ancillary great benefits. In addition, It's Todd Herman. I'm here with the film. A patient of Dr Lee are the Chris Chris. Welcome to the radio show. Thank you. It's good to have you here. I want to talk about something in reverse. I know you went in to see the doctor for something very specific. And like me, it sounds like you had some extra benefits after you went to the gentle, non invasive treatments of Doctor Yardley. So let's start with the surprise stuff. Then we'll talk about why you went in. Okay. That sounds good. I started lose weight. That was a surprise going good. That's awesome. Well, congratulations on that. What? What was the initial reason that she went in to see Dr Other Um, I was in Rolla racks then about oh, god many years ago and broke my neck but didn't find out about it for 20 years until my next big accident and I went into a chiropractor. He's asked me when did I break my neck? And I'm like, I didn't know I had not been 20 years before the previous accident, so I've been living with neck issues for most of my life. Goodness. And so you go see Dr Hartley and you get the gentle non invasive treatments and I'm gonna talk about the neck pain going away. And then did you get that for me? My Sinuses got better. My sleep. Got better leaving you same things. What else improved my attention. I'm paying better attention to what I'm doing. Noticed that that increased quite a bit. I've also got more energy. I sleep all through the night. So I have more energy during the day. You know, I don't have heartburn like I used to have it. My breathing. I could breathe better like he said. Your Sinuses my Sinuses cleared up. I sound totally better. I don't sound congested in all sickly, You know, it's it's amazing. How much better I feel. I feel like 110% better than I did when I first walked in there. Yeah, And it's you know, I've learned so much from Doctor Yardley about the brain body connection and the ability of the body to heal itself. It's extraordinary. What do you tell people Don't hear us talking Chris and the lean on the fence. A lot of people wait to the last thing like Oh, I'm facing surgery before they go see Dr other. What do you tell people who lied on the fence that way? Well, I would tell him that don't lean on the fence. Just go do it because you know it's hot. I feel 110% better and so convey. Um, I waited long time before. I don't want to go through surgery. I don't want to do any of that. And I've been pushing it off, pushing it off for years and dealing with my stiff necks and my head aches and just being born down, tired for years, and this last year that I've been going to see him. I have improved so much. I'm just amazed I was I didn't know about it before. In fact, I found out about it on your show. Thank you, Chris. I appreciate that. That's so cool to hear Dr. Guard the year on the call. What do you do? You remember about that Christmas case when she came in to see it here at the institute. Well, a couple of things Chris, like a lot of outpatients doesn't live close to where we're actually travels up from some water for her care, Theo the issues that she had, it would extend from the skull down to the mid back area, and this is something we see a lot because they hit his balance on the neck. But there's this big large must still the trapezius that comes out across the shoulders. And so it could make shoulder discomfort. And so it didn't surprise me with crystal that she could get relieved by getting massaged to take much showers and should even use ice to get some degree of relief with it. But it uh it really was a problem that a hit wasn't straight on her neck, and that was no reflection on Crystal because most of us before we get things straightened out. That's a problem, but she's a very well balanced lady these days. Yeah, she is our Christmas. We wrap up here. What do you think has been? I mean, you talk about being more alerts in the Sinuses clearing up I've had the same thing happened with my gentle noninvasive care from Dr of the Sinuses and other things. But how's that affected your daily life? Are the things you do now that you weren't able to do I wasn't able to take walks any longer, any more than a block to now I could go for a mile or better. I have to stand about the stamina against stamina, and I have the energy to do it. I have the want to do it. Before. It was just always just dragged a walk very far. D'Argo do any sports or anything, And I'm playing with my grandkids today, where I wouldn't have been a year about No, I'm getting down on the floor. I'm doing things with them or their young grandkids in that role so little, But I'm getting did enjoy those things. And I didn't get to do it Ah, year ago. A year ago. It was just too hard to make it through. Even just the day it was I was depressed. All right, more like you now I'm actually losing weight. That's one of the biggest ones is losing weight. I feel better, and I've got more energy and I would recommend it to anybody. In fact, I do not know anyone. I do, too. And I appreciate you learning about it on my radio show and being on Dr Lee's ready show with me and go with God's good grace. Thank you, Chris. Thank you. You know, I hear it all the time. I really do from fellow patients of Dr Lee Yardley go in for a primary Need neck is hurting fibromyalgia, Sadiq. In my case, it was really bad joint. And then they discovered these ancillary benefits to sleep is better. That happened with me decide it's clear if that happened with me. There are things I didn't even know I had, like Sai Attica that one away. That's about the brain body connection. Doctor early will teach you about that now, if you call right now during the show. Call 866704 10 47 you consider the time to meet with Dr hardly get the gentle, non invasive tests that he uses to see how he can help you. If you call during the show. Right now it's only a $38 pre payment. That's an incredible.

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"dr. lee" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"dr. lee" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

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Chinese whistleblower doctor honored on death anniversary

Dark Secret Place

00:44 sec | 2 years ago

Chinese whistleblower doctor honored on death anniversary

"Is the anniversary one year ago. That chinese doctor dr lee. Who was the whistle blower on. How virulent covid was. This is the one year anniversary of him dying. He was suppressed by the chinese finally arrested. He had to confess that he was skeptical about the whole thing. And all that sort of the chinese version of twitter is waco and his site is still up on way. Bonus become sort of a a wall that people are writing messages on the chinese. Just don't have the stomach. Apparently for the pr hit it. Would it would be to take it down. They prefer concentrating on how great their response was to the Corona

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Massive winter storm causing chaos for California

Dr. Lee Yardley

00:56 sec | 2 years ago

Massive winter storm causing chaos for California

"With howling winds and in some places several feet of snow, and it's expected to continue all weekend from intense blizzards in northern mountainous areas. Rain that's triggered month slides and debris flows in the center of the state. California is being bombarded with nasty weather and officials across the state are urging people to stay home. It's great that we're getting smart precipitation when company needs the snowpack, but while in the storming, we just recommend that nobody drives through the area. The rain has already triggered mudslides in Monterey County. Engulfing at least two dozen homes and farms and sending two people to the hospital. If you get too much water too fast, it just sheds off the ground very quickly in the mountains. Blizzard like conditions have buried the area in several feet of snow battle inch dangers. Considerable right now and pretty extreme CBss quits Martinez Coming up the meeting of President Biden's

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"dr. lee" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"dr. lee" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"On the CBS News weekend round up. Now from the Cairo Radio New Center streaming on the Cairo Radio AB sobering new projections about the rapid spread in the U. S of the new South African covert variant. Our radios. Hannah Scott has the story. Math wearing cautious behavior, not rebounding to creak. Open mobility levels will be critical. Dr. Christopher Murray with EU Dubs Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation says that's because according to their projections, which incorporate data on the spread of the new variant in the UK, and how the South African strain is likely to behave suggested, that's right. All those infected goes up about 30% of the effect of the vaccines goes down, making matters worse. Says, and new study out strongly suggests that those who had been infected with the original strain are not protected against the South African variant bill in the Legislature would require cops to try deescalating situations before resorting to physical force of any kind. But a police group says it goes too far believe in training. We believe that the escalation another tactic should be used. But if we continue to change our laws to find blame for an officer and every tragedy officer safety will be affected. That's Jeff to veer of the Washington counsel of police and Sheriff's, according to cover seven TV. If the bill passes deadly force could only be used as a last resort. And a 17 year old is in critical condition after getting shot Thursday night into coma, and the witness has two brothers, just 13 and 16 years old, did it and need to turn themselves in. That's a lot hand to understand. He's to be charred CVS understand that the path he chose is wrong. 23 year old Joseph Garrick tells Carver 17 B. He saw the shooting outside his apartment. He says he knows the suspects and often plays video games with them to coma. Police haven't confirmed or denied. Garrigues claims. And Boeing has a new helicopter, it says will help change the way the Army fights Carver seventies. Lindsay Sheldon has the details. It says the new, defiant ex helicopter can fly low and fast and can land quickly to transport troops in complex terrain. Helicopter was designed for the Army's future.

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"dr. lee" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

06:30 min | 2 years ago

"dr. lee" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"I thought it was insightful, but I don't think that it rises to ah, a new impeachable offenses By any stretch. CBS is Nancy Courtis. CBS is Grace Seeger's who was inside the Capitol during the deadly attack on January, 6 had to return to cover the impeachment hearings. She says it was pretty bizarre. I think what was so odd about it was the presence of the National Guard. There were literally thousands of National Guard troops. And the building and the Capitol complex on As I was walking through the capital. On my way to the House side, I passed through the Capitol Visitor center, which is usually filled with tourists, and instead of Seeing a bunch of tourists. I saw literally hundreds of National Guardsmen. Most of them were lying on the Uncomfortable marble floor napping, cradling their guns on Dit was just extremely bizarre to you Walk through a room that is normally a visitor center that's feels very open and welcoming and Just see it. Absolutely filled with military officers and full tactical gear with large guns. Did that make you feel safer? Or was it just kind of disturbing? I think that it made it feel more real for me. I didn't realize at the time last Wednesday on January 6th how much danger that I members of Congress were truly in It's only with each passing day as I've learned more information that I've realized how close we came to it coming so much worse, really briefly. Grace you were covering that vote help. Much Do you think the lawmakers were still being affected by that? Because some of the speeches sound people sounded scared. Yes, I do You think that people Lawmakers were deeply affected, especially in the House. Many of these lawmakers had heard gunshots and had been in the room during a standoff between Capitol police and the writers who were attempting to get into the chamber. And I do think that there was Lot of fear. CBS is gray seekers. They were now over two million global covert 19 deaths and nearly 400,000 in the US alone. CBS is Vicki Barker tells us worries her increasing France has just announced a 6 p.m. curfew that takes effect this weekend. I mean they have seen cases double in a week. The U. K mutation has been firing a lot of the increase there, as it has, frankly in in much of Europe and as it certainly has here in the UK itself, and what's been happening in Britain right now where there is that variant. How bad are things? Well everywhere that the covert infection rate is rising Fastest is where the UK mutation is seen and its greatest concentrations. I mean, when you think of the numbers, it's about 70% more contagious than the previous variants of the Corona virus. But that's enough to you know, arithmetically increase exponentially increased the number of people who end up getting infected, and there are fears that this current latest lockdown is not bringing the infection rate down fast enough. It is a best plateau ng. It's certainly not reversing. How are things at the hospitals there? There are some places in the U. S. Where there no beds. People are waiting for hours and hours and sitting in ambulances. The same nightmare is playing out on this side of the Atlantic. I was listening to one emergency room doctor who said he presides over and I see you ward that has nine beds. Well, they've got 11 patients in there now, and they're all covert patients, he said. In 20 years of practice, he's never seen hospital wards filled with Patients suffering from the same condition. One Birmingham hospital has now canceled all kidney transplants. Other hospitals are putting knee and hip replacements on hold. And that is the The knock on effect from the covert crisis. The number of Britons who now face a one year wait or more for surgery has increased 100 fold since the start of this pandemic. CBS is Vicki Barker. CBS is Debra Alfa. Rhone reports that President elect to Joe Biden Thursday unveiled a massive stimulus plan to help fight covert 19 President elect Joe Biden brief the nation on his nearly $2 trillion stimulus plan designed to both combat the Corona virus pandemic and boost the economy. The crisis. Deep human suffering is in plain sight. There's no time to waste. We have to act. We have to act now. Did proposal comes as covert deaths in the U. S are nearing 400,000 more than 23,000 died in just the last week alone, the deadliest week of the pandemic so far, you kissed felt by the loss of life. Compounded by the loss of our way of life, effectively half of the plans $1.9 trillion price tag will take the form of direct relief to the American people, including an increase in unemployment insurance and expanded child tax credit and another round of stimulus checks this time worth $1400. No, I know what I just described does not come cheaply. Failure to do so will cost us dearly. The proposal also includes $440 billion for helping communities and small businesses and aims to bump up the minimum wage to $15 an hour. Biden also has 160 billion earmarked for a national vaccination program. Deborah Alfa, Rhone CBS NEWS Washington Coming up charges in the Flint Michigan water crisis..

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"dr. lee" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

06:06 min | 2 years ago

"dr. lee" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Great treatment I've had with Dr Lee are the D C, doc. Great to talk with you. Well, thank you. It's good to connect with you again. I wanted to ask you just to maybe talk with share about the gentle, non invasive treatment. How that's worked for her, and I'm just curious about if she's had some of the same experiences I have. Yes, of course. So share when you first came to us. You were dealing with some issues. She was dealing with some issues pain across the shoulders, and I think they've been diagnosed as a partially to orange rotator cuff from the right side. Is that correct? Yes. I still on a banana peel. No, that's most anything that anybody could ever do. But I actually slipped and fell on a banana peel at a grocery store, and I had hurt my back and my shoulder and my neck. Well, she I think that's kind of special because I see people with coming with foreign rotated cops, and generally, the attitude is even mine. To some extent, you can only get that repaired surgically. But as I talk about with a lot of practice members, a lot of these diagnosis is necessarily accurate. In your case you started under care with us. What do you tell us how that went for you? Well, surgery was going to be the only solution and the only thing I could do for my shoulder and for the pain that I had that I found out that that wasn't the case, and I have perfect use of my arm and my shoulders now that's wonderful, because you know a lot of us spend our time in front of computers all day long, and I know a little bit about what you do, and you do a lot of that That's important to be able to do that and be pain free and not have problems. In hours a day at a computer screen, and it just has made worlds a difference. I can work without the pain in my arm with that, the pain in my hand and without the pain going across my back and shoulders that was just excruciating. I was on heavy pain meds, and it still wasn't taking care of the pain. And not only did you have pain you also had a grinding in that right shoulder. If I remember correctly, as well in the pain would be a shop pulsating pain, which is kind of attention getting as Match. Yeah, it managed to get my attention. Just fine. I know you had a knee replacement. You had a knee replacement. You left me back in 2017. And one of the things that you talked about in the improvements was that the knees were feeling 80% better. So I'm assuming you must have still been in some degree of pain after the actual surgery. Is that right? I was having a lot of pain, not only in my knee, but my foot and my lower leg were always bright red. And now I actually look like I have legs from the same person. That's very good. Now. You would deal with some nauseous, missus. Well, you didn't feel so well. And I think that improved too, didn't it? That totally went away. But the very first thing that I had I know, deadbeat had told me you've got to go in and see him. He will fix it. You will feel better. Just stay a few more days to you can get in and see him And it was like no chiropractors. I've been to my just could not believe that. Would make that it's difference. Bet. Yes, I'm just couldn't meet. I was just some nauseated and the Nazi. It ended and it really hasn't been back. That's wonderful, you know? And you've made several trips back. I know you back again. Right now We're talking to you. And you'd be coming in here recently. Just because I got in a car active in somebody had the adapts itty to rear end me. I knew where I needed to go. Oh, and that meant I had to take a plane trip regardless of the 19 and come up to Seattle and see somebody who could Make a difference, and it's worth the plane trip and everything else. It's it's like a whole new life. So sure I wanted to ask, you know, I'm also patient of Dr Lee Yardley's and I had this experience of being amazed at how gentle a noninvasive the treatment was. And what a great teacher doctor are. There was talking about the brain body connection. And what if you had that same experience of after the first treatment? Just being amazed at how gentle noninvasive wasn't for me that the healing approve? It was so quick Did you share any of those commonalities? Oh, I So did. It was amazing to me. I come from a family of chiropractors and so You have something so gentle with there's no bunker and pitching, a cracking no poppy, no pain associated with it. No stillness, being able to rock it out and just be totally changed and feel so much better, And I love the screens that he's gotten his office. They show about the nerves in the brain and how they connect to the different parts. In the body. And when he could fix one minor thing between my my skull and my neck, and my stomach is fixed. I mean, immediately fixed up. I absolutely love doctor Yardley and I loved it. Clinic on the people there. You guys have been so good to me. You made my life better. That's what we're here for Share and thank you so much for coming on really appreciate it. If you have a great day, you know, doctor are the I would say That was an amazing story. Except this is what I've come to expect at the Art Institute. I'm so happy for share. How's it feel to you all these years? Do you still get a thrill out of helping people's bodies to restore their ability to heal themselves? I never get sick of hearing it. But it always amazes me, too, that the power of the body to heal itself because what we do what we do is not a cure all we see miracles every day, Not because we're that great, but because the body itself is that great? And were able to tap into that manpower the body to be able to heal itself. So no, I love this. This is what we This is why we do what we do. It makes every day a new and better than the day before..

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California becomes first state to surpass 2 million COVID-19 cases

AP 24 Hour News

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

California becomes first state to surpass 2 million COVID-19 cases

"Crowd off date. I'm to McGuire with an AP News Minute 44 days ago, California became the first state in the nation to mark one million Corona virus cases it took from late January to November, 11 to hit that grim milestone. Now, some six weeks later, another million cases making California the first state to hit two million. University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. Infectious Disease specialist Dr Lee Harrison says people need to go back to the basics and protect themselves and family advice to people is just a really hunker down for the holidays. Practice all the public health measures that are recommended.

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California becomes first state to record 2 million coronavirus cases

AP 24 Hour News

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

California becomes first state to record 2 million coronavirus cases

"California became the first state to pass two million Corona virus cases. The recent spike in cases and deaths is being blamed on Thanksgiving travel. Dr. Lee Harrison is an infectious disease specialist at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center were very, very difficult situation right now. People are just not Paying attention to public health guidelines. The evidence for that really is in the number of people that are traveling for the Christmas holiday. Harrison says it will take a while to get enough people vaccinated to make a difference. The status of the

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Obama: US 'adversaries have seen us weakened'

Dr. Lee Yardley

03:51 min | 2 years ago

Obama: US 'adversaries have seen us weakened'

"Barack Obama called Donald Trump at about three o'clock in the morning to congratulate him. Even though Mr Trump had lost the popular vote and took the electoral college by less than 1% in three states today, President Trump declines to accept the verdict of the voters despite losing by greater margins to President elect Joe Biden. Mr Obama hasn't spoken of the election standoff until today. We spoke to the 44th president on the release of his new book, A Promised Land, a memoir of his early years and first term. What is your advice in this moment for President Trump? Well, the president is A public servant. They are temporary occupants of the office by design. And When your time is up. Uh, Then it is your job, too. With the country first and thinking beyond your own ego and your own. Interests and your own disappointments. My advice to President Trump is if you want. At this late stage in the game to be remembered as somebody who could come country First. It's time for you to do the same thing. In your view, it is time for him to concede. Absolutely I will. I mean, I think it was time for him to concede. Probably the day after the election or at the latest two days after the election, I When you look at the numbers objectively, Joe Biden will have won handily. There is no scenario in which Any of those states would turn the other way, and certainly not enough to reverse be outcome of the election. More than the courtesy of a concession, the Trump White House is declining to free up the usual funds and facilities for the incoming administration. President elect Biden is not receiving secret national security briefings. As Mr Trump did when he was president elect. What In your estimation? Would our adversaries be thinking right now? Russia China about the fact that the transition is not moving forward. Well, I look, I think our adversaries Have seen US weakened not just as a consequence this election, but over the last Several years. We have these cleavages in the body politick. That They're convinced they can exploit. There's an old adage that partisan politics should stop at the water's edge right that. When it comes to Our foreign policy that it is the United States of America, not the divided states of America. We met the former president at a symbol of America's past divisions. The Smithsonian's National Portrait Gallery was a hospital in the civil war. Clara Barton and Walt Whitman cared for patients in the building where the 16th president consoled his wounded. We joined Mr Obama's peers in the gallery of the President's to talk about his book. I'm curious about the title. I think a lot of people feel that we are farther from a promised land. Well, I titled it the promised land. Because even though we may not get there in our lifetimes, even if we experience hardships and disappointments along the way That I Create a more perfect union, not a perfect union. But a more perfect union. You

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Arizona Might Be A Key Battleground State

Dr. Lee Yardley

03:39 min | 2 years ago

Arizona Might Be A Key Battleground State

"Of the elections, most pressing questions may be found in the new battleground state of Arizona. It has many of the key voting groups that will be pivotal and a host of close states and an early voting system that has been tested in the past and has been tabulating votes for two weeks. Meaning we'll know who the bulk of those voters picked by the end of the night. Joe Biden has enjoyed a small but consistent lead in Arizona since the summer thanks to suburban women, seniors and Latinos, which suggests the one time home of American conservatism could be changing in the same way the country is becoming more diverse and mohr educated. But Democrats thought that in 2016 to That long line of green envelopes who see marching together contains just some of the record number of completed mail in ballots from Arizona voters. First, their process through state of the art machine. Theun. They're sent to ballot tabulation centers for counting Arizonans of both parties have been voting safely and easily by mail since 1992. This election For the first time, state officials started tabulating ballots 14 days before the election. As of tonight, millions of early votes have been processed. The results sit in secure servers, those red and blue machines that are sealed, transparent and not connected to the Internet. And no one knows what those results are. We're allowed to post results an hour after polls close, so a PM on election night here in Arizona, Katie Hobbs is Arizona's secretary of state and chief election officer. On election night. How much will it be an advantage that you will have been able to start counting for 14 days. That's a huge advantage, particularly over states that are seeing a huge increase in the volume of voting by mail and statutorily aren't able to start processing ballots until that day. We're certainly going to be ahead of them. That anyone is holding their breath about the outcome of the race in Arizona is notable. It's a long time Republican state But it is changing. Seven million people now live in Arizona. Spurred by America's fastest growing county, Maricopa County, the home of Phoenix and Tempe. It's also known for its blooming suburbs. It accounts for 60% of Arizona's vote, and no Democrat has carried Maricopa County since 1948. Traditionally would we be in Ruby red part of Arizona. Maricopa County is the largest county of that. Trump won the last election. And so this is the center. Trump Bill in Arizona. If Arizona turns Blue will be in part because of voters like Yasir Sanchez and his wife, Emily, conservatives who live in the Maricopa County suburb of Gilbert in 2016, they never saw Hillary Clinton sign in their neighborhood. Now the streets by their house are dotted with Trump and Biden signs poking from the alternating beach towel sized front lawns. They've added a new entrant in the sign wars. Arizona Republicans for Biden, Yasir and Emily are voting for a Democrat for the first time. So how's that going over? I've noticed people coming out of the woodwork. But, interestingly enough silently they'll come and say, Hey, I see that you're supporting Biden. I am, too. But I can't really tell anyone or I can't tell my family so people talk about shy Trump voters are they're shy Biden voters, absolutely the

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Reid Hoffman and Fei-Fei Li on Human-Centered AI

WSJ Tech News Briefing

03:03 min | 2 years ago

Reid Hoffman and Fei-Fei Li on Human-Centered AI

"I'm Llewellyn for the Wall Street Journal and I have a guest co host today are artificial intelligence report jared council hey jared. Thanks for having me. Okay. So last week, Lincoln founder Reid Hoffman and the computer scientists faith Lee or part of a session at our Tech Live Conference, and we sat down with them for a conversation as a special episode of Tech News Briefing we'll get to their conversation but I want to tell you a little more about what you're about to hear dared verse things first who are Reid Hoffman and fairly so reid. Hoffman was one of the CO founders of Lincoln which he sold to Microsoft in two thousand sixteen. And he's now a partner at the venture capital firm gray lock. He's been involved with a number of Tech Company boards, including Microsoft, and AIRBNB. Our other guests doctor Faye Faye Lee is a professor of computer science at Stanford University. She's widely considered one of the leading experts in a I. Computer. Vision. She used to be the chief scientist of machine learning in. Google and the to work together at Stanford's Institute for Human Centered Artificial Intelligence. Dr Lee is one of the CO directors air and Mr, Hoffman is a member of its advisory council. Okay. Got It. So Hofmann and Lee were at tech live to talk about human centered ai you guys will get into what that means in the interview but I wonder if you could just give a little background information as our artificial intelligence reporter, why is it such a hot topic of conversation right now? Yeah. Hey, I is a is a hot topic because it's becoming ingrained in a just so many aspects of our lives from predicting next next word or phrase in an email to recommending products on Amazon or songs on spotify. Those kind of innocuous aspects but also more high stakes decisions like what kinds of sentences. A person may serve or what kinds of jobs opportunities they may have access to so. Has Benefit Society but there's also a lot of a lot of risk know one of the biggest ones has to do with bias. There's been studies out there that that show that facial recognition systems for instance are better at detecting white male faces than they are at detecting women and people of Color, and so you know when you have a technology that is really infiltrating our world, there's going to be a lot of attention paid to it. Especially, some of the the issues that come with it and for read and Faye. Faye, with they're trying to do is really elevate somebody ethical issues and concerns and try to get as many stakeholders as possible whether it's businesses or governments to think hard about an of course developers to think hard about what they're creating in in how they're designing.

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Companies seeking out potential employees with autism

Dr. Lee Yardley

01:01 min | 2 years ago

Companies seeking out potential employees with autism

"Found about 30. Large companies actively seeking employees on the autism spectrum. Including Microsoft, J. P. Morgan and Ford. But there are still so many people with autism who are unemployed, and the numbers are growing in the next decade. Researchers at Drexel University estimate as many as 1.1 million Americans with autism will turn 18 back at autonomy works outside Chicago, Brian Sarah Brennen, Philip and Eric told us they hope more companies will start to recognize the untapped potential of people on the spectrum. What is having a job mean to you. For me? Having a job is important because it provides me with much needed structure in my life. Having the job is important to me because otherwise I would become very financially depend on my parents asking them. Can you buy me this? Can you buy me that? It's just been nice to be ableto Go home and talk to my parents about what I did during the day. They must be very proud of it. Yeah, they always say they're not surprised. So

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