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"gastric ulcers" Discussed on Arch City Foot & Ankle
"Inflammation so pain and information house is on fire. How do you get that house on. Fire to go out what you need. You need water water. Let's call nine one one and get the fire trucks out here and get the fire. Doubt that will get our pain god. So do you take cup water which is an end said and sit there with a bunch of cups of water to pour on your house. How fast is that. Fire gonna go out or do you take a big fire truck with a big hose and hose it down from the top or even get some of those big helicopters to come down. Those are steroids so steroids they will stop the rocket dynamic acid pathway a lot higher than the end said will the end said goes down lower on the pathway and only blocks a couple pathways below the main pathway. So if you get the big guy out with the steroid you don't have to worry about the little guys that's why steroids. Steroids are so powerful. However have a lot more side effects. Like i mentioned before you'll paralysis decreasing your immune system which is not a good idea during covid time so this is what we have done. In the past we used non steroidal anti inflammatories or steroids. We also use cortisone injections for a particular problem. Say in ankle or the he'll or a part of the body that's injured like the knee and some physicians will give cortisone shots and again those have side effects to some of those include atrophy of the skin. It can waste away your joint if you have more then two or three a year. Now let's bring you to our tim co tip of the day now. It's time for a tim. Colt this typical tipped is what i've been working on. Really hard to shear incorporating herbal medicines to pain relief to slowly remove the over the counter or prescribed anti inflammatory medication. I feel herbal. Medications should be complementary and alternative to traditional medicines and not just rely on traditional medicines such as end said or steroids. Here are some types of natural. Relieving medicine therapies. That i recommend. And i will leave a article in my show notes for you if anybody would like to see where i got the information from number one to merick great for morning sickness rheumatoid arthritis irritable bowel syndrome and all sort of colitis. Tumor is a great substitute for inflammation ginger. Great for osteoarthritis has been also shown to work in snowville fluid in inhibit the cox pathway the iraq. Donald acid it's almost identical two hundred milligrams of diko fanatic which is an end set without the side effects. Rosemary rosemary's been known to work better than proton pump inhibitors for acid reflux and for gastric ulcers evening primrose plus hemp can help treat multiple sclerosis and even reduce relapses in multiple sclerosis. Devil's claw. i would say. Contra indicated with people with gi ulcers and my favorite boss willia- this is from a gum. Resonant an tree buswell a tree and combining buswell wailua and to merick as well as cat's claw has been shown to work very well. And that's what i use. Dog rose from the rose. Asia family stinging nettle elif in combination with rose hip and willow bark. Which will embark is very similar to aspirin. These help suppress the cox two and the site of kinds in the contra sites which are cells and cartilage so you can see how this would help with arthritis. Another one is called cat's claw which is similar to an anti inflammatory actions such as dexamethasone which is commonly used in steroid shots or cortisone shots. I actually use a quarter. Cc of decks method zone which is a little bit in each zone. Shot for my patients and katz claws shown to be very similar in the anti inflammatory action. Also in addition to cat's claw its commonly given with herbal medicine such as boswell lia and to merick in combination work really well to inhibit cox two pathway other types of herbal medicines. That have in time flammer tori effects but are not used as often are sage blackcurrant avocado soybean olive and bill berry. I'd like to talk about the importance of omega. Three fatty acids and how they help inflammation in the body. They are poly unsaturated fatty acids that play critical role in the human body and are particularly abundant in the heart brain. I and joints which is mostly related to my practice has ideal with a lot of different joints of the foot and ankle paulie Fatty acids and their metabolites regulate a number of important body systems on solu- of level including cardiovascular pulmonary immune nervous and endocrine systems at high levels of fatty acids can decrease the production of side of kinds. Remember when i mentioned that side kinds were the communicators of the cells during the response of an injury or an infection remember side kinds are the accelerator and those are the opposite and act like the break similar to steroids but without the side effects. It's important that a mega three index is in the range of eight to twelve percent but unfortunately the majority of americans are low. Most of us are in three to five percent. The fda has determined that in order have an index in the eight to twelve percent. You have to consume about three thousand milligrams of a day of epa and dha. Unfortunately those fatty acids are mostly seen in fish. So if anybody understands those types of fatty acids a little better than me and ken tell me what we can do to find them in a plant based type of food. Because i'm vegetarian mostly vegetarian. I do eat some fish and supplement with dha and epa. But as mostly a vegetarian. I've heard that shia seeds and flax seeds can contain some omega three fatty acids but not sure if they contain the right amount of epa and ha. If anybody out there is listening please let me know if you have some good ideas for plant piece options to increase our mega three fatty acids so going back to my favorite boss willia- and tumor rick utilizing to merick for herbal anti inflammatory treatments and adding a substance like pepper. Fenugreek or buttermilk can increase what they call the bioavailability and studies have shown that the addition of fun new greek with curcumin which is to merick has shown a forty five point six increase in bioavailability. This was a study that was done which proves that plain old tumor merick that..
"gastric ulcers" Discussed on Horse Tip Daily
"We use this as part of our protocol to help with arthritis pain first of all probably one the main thing? CBD is known for as anti inflammatory properties. And of course that ties right in with its analgesic. Pain relieving property you can take aac the oil subliminally The teachers that we sell You can also apply the oil directly to the skin and then of course we also sell Lotions for that but it's highly highly effective is probably one of the main reasons People are purchasing. CD Out there today. Works wonderfully for dogs. We we have our dog using it for hip displays a and really any kind of joint mobility We certainly recommend that people at least give. CBD A tribe because for a lot of people are just as just decide of Iraq so it seems and we know that with traditional non non steroidal anti inflammatories there are a lot of side effects like gastric ulcers were liver and kidney damage is CBD oil much safer than those other options. Yeah that's really kind of beauty of it. I mean it's a whole plant extract. has all these wonderful mega fatty acids in it and other your trace can nominate and things and actually cbd very soothing to your gastric system. So there's just really no side effects whatsoever Nothing compared appeared to insides or other popular pharmaceuticals that people might be using and for the topical products cannot help with like you know. We're we're talking about inflammation that can help with our skin. Diseases like maybe hot spots and dogs. Oh absolutely You know your skin largest Oregon on your body. But the skin is full of all kinds of little hungry receptors. That just loved the application of these canals annoyed which is is what see TV is. It's a very very healthy. For all kinds of skin conditions including even acne and things of that nature. You know I personally had great great results from using the cream on my tennis elbow. It really made a big difference and also I didn't have to use as much because I was using it right directly on the spot of the pain so this is really wonderful Roger. How can people find out more about green flower botanical products? Sure that's really the you just go to green flower botanical. Nicole DOT COM. You can see all of our products there whether it's tinctures or or if you use a coupon coupon code H. R. N.. We we give twenty percent off to our. Hr If you show your horses please check with your federation on the legal use of CD. Now whenever you start these mustangs. Do you always go to assert single. First or did you ever go directly into to a saddle for years. I saddled I saddled through empathy. Saddle on front six front cinch back cinch. And then we were off but with mustangs a specialist. There have been times where I thought I can get the saddle on. Can you and I might even get the girth mostly adjusted. But I don't know if you will stand still a long enough for me to get all my cinches adjusted properly leaf pieces. Yeah Yeah and to get out of the danger zone and then to be able to control your feet properly. Once I've I've strapped this thing to you so I started just like you know what I'm GonNa throw the single on you if you're cool with that all throw throw my I've even gone so I was always like really adamant about I. Put the whole rig on you front cinch back cinch first time and we go but so I've even started with a couple of horses going from Sir single to my raining saddle which is very light easy for me to wheeled field and it only has the front cinch and then if they're good without a couple rides a couple of sessions do frontage back cinch but everything we'll we'll get back cinch before it's all said and done and the reason for that is I think it helps the saddle. Cover disbursed. I pry pressure more evenly over their back and because At some point this horses life if he goes to a new home. Someone's GonNa put a back cinch on them or there's always a chance and even a broke broke course. If they've never had a back cinch can have a pretty big reaction so I don't want someone to to think. Oh he's perfectly fine. I'M GONNA put my saddle on and then be surprised so I want them to know what is some point in their lives. I think I agree with you on that one in that. I think that an I'm an English writer for anybody who hasn't listened to the show for a long time. The only time I ever sit in a Western saddle is when I'm using somebody else's horse and saddle but I think that wearing a back cinch that is properly fitted in that it actually really touches. The horse's body in he essential skill in every horses education. I think horses that are going to be showjumpers. Should have the opportunity to feel that on their middle and oh that's cool it's just a part of my tack. I'm okay with it it because I think it's a little bit like when you teach a horse to give pressure of a soft rope around their leg. It's a case of so at at some point something's GonNa get stuck around their middle or the saddles gonNA slide back because the girth got loose and when the saddle slides back the girl's GonNa eventually get snug because as you move further back on the road. Caja gets wider now admittedly. That's not a back cinch. But if the horse has already experienced back since French it's not going to be so a foreign. He's going to be less likely to lose his marbles. I just think it's a good idea. Yeah and you and I have seen are probably probably seen our fair share of horses. Get into all sorts of predicaments. So when you're training them if you have the opportunity to expose them to all all sorts of weirdness happening in in a controlled environment where you can help them through and say this is how you do this the better because they get their feet hung in things they get saddles that go upside down around their belly or slow too far back or whatever Now there are certain areas of the body where I would not blame the horse for having a huge reaction like whoa like a F- a flank rope. You know if someone were to rope a horse around US flames yeah. I wouldn't blame any horse for being rather upset about that and I don't expect every horse to be perfect all the time and never react to anything but if I can expose them to something early on and say listen this might happen. It's okay to be scared. It's okay to feet feet but here is the best way to move your feet in a way that's gonNA keep us safe and keep whoever's handling you save and and you've had this experience in a controlled environment and hopefully it will prepare you for life And you know there's there's all sorts of stuff you can imagine you can do like a lot of guys who have a rope horse and you know the sources going to manage ropes. They'll do a lot of training without horses. A Colt like what happens if it accidentally goes under your tail or under your stirrup leather because those have all been on a young horse where the coury and behind him and snuggle. The Larry Up under the Horse's tail and it was not a good time time and again I don't expect the horse to be a statute in to be completely perfect all the time. But at least if he's had some experience with it he goes okay. Remember my training I can do this. I won't kill everybody in this in this predicament. Right because you don't what you don't want is to. Aw over trained the horse to the point where he doesn't he no longer reacts or no longer thinks through things just shuts down because he's been so overexposed does but getting to the point where they can be exposed to new things. It's like okay. I get new things all the time and new things are okay because we always work through it versus. I only very very occasionally get new things so it's really novel and I need to lose my morals. Yeah exactly back doc and that about wraps it up for today you can listen to Mary. Ann geeking out on training every month over on the horses in the morning show. Oh Mary is on the show. The second Thursday of each and every month so that takes care of that and thank you again to green flower botanical for sponsoring answering. Today's episode. This coach Jen and I will be back again soon with another tip so until then go ride your Horse Horse Radio Network and the Horse Radio Network hosts are not responsible for statements made by guests on the horse tip daily. Please use your own judgment when listening to the tips on this show.
"gastric ulcers" Discussed on KTOK
"And you can mention that doc said he'd help out in try to help you documented a couple times to people if they have hiccups tell me why okay when you have a squeezing into ten train under the vagus nerve it's very common to get hick ups because there is the biggest there's a branch on the re current branch and controls the diaphragm when that ten trainer give squeezes a coming out is going about your proces call causes hiccups you get people say I have hick ups for five minutes every morning when I wake up I just go crazy for the first five minutes after I wake up get the hiccups as because at the moment return branch of the of the temp trainer of the vagus nerve is being squeezed and coursing it rapid heart rate you get a for for relation you get the reflux you get the gastroparesis you're blowing in your stomach a lot of pain and think you have a gastric ulcer inches squeezing in that tent trailer from us you proces of the skull I have a book coming out before the end of the year hers calls all in your head and goes into the twenty five different is easy get we have us you proces call wow that's amazing all right to final Texan tweed what do you have Tom this one's a tweet from Carlos is there really a cure for cancer how much longer do think we have to wait okay cancers totally preventable is not genetic it doesn't just happen is self inflicted if the situation the bad foods fried foods processed meat oils loons we brother Amrozi sugar and then you need to supplement with all the things your body needs to defend itself your immune system is your best friend here well you know when you're talking about cancer and so you want to take one healthy banner hard pack per hundred pounds of body weight you take our BGT two point oh tablets take three those twice today that'll be one by one month is a big bottle it gives you an enormous amount of support for your immune system is our biggest well they also have a liquid is called the multi line liquid grape seed extract it comes in liquid court and we take a one ounce twice today that I take it is for prevention of cancer and is a wonderful thing they did study in.
"gastric ulcers" Discussed on Applesauce & Horsefeathers
"Patients grew from one hundred six eighteen sixty six to seven thousand six patrons patrons during while wanting six yeah so a lot of people did this. He explored various treatments his patients including diet reform and frequent queant animas. We'll get into that. He encouraged a low fat low protein. Diet with an emphasis on whole grains fiber rich foods and most importantly nuts Kellogg also recommended daily intake a fresh fresh air exercise in the importance of hygiene all good. Maybe the frequent in animals. Not Not so much but all good so the sanitarium was known as the sand. The sand It was world renowned destination of health and healing healing and it was mostly due to Dr Kellogg. Dr Markle says he was a medical celebrity bestselling author magazine editor. Skilled surgeon public health expert a popular speaker. And Seventh Day adventist Christian missionary. He was five foot four. He was a little bigger but athletic and He dressed entirely in white wore glasses and had a pointy beard and proclaimed that God had chosen isn't him to make the world a healthier place. This is to me. This is where things get dangerous. I'm doing the Lord's work. This says cy and again some of this as good. I all of the stuff that we know. Yes this is but then you get to some other stuff anyway. So the people who would visit the thousands of people who would visit would go with Illnesses ranging from cancer to heart disease gastric ulcers digestive disorders and some of the things combined. Where like modern medicine? Modern at the time medicine surgery and Bacteria Lau L. Bacteriology and Hydro Pathy vegetarianism electro therapeutics exercise and spiritual uplift to basically just everything in anything. You can think of. Just toss it in there all the things yeah. They had dozens to hundreds of physicians and Nurses Masseuses Bakers waiters cooks bell hops orderlies and attendance. Dr Kelly himself examined every patient and prescribe to each an individualized plan for the mind body and so they had an enema room and it had an machines that could deliver fifteen courts of water per minute into a human colon. He ordered his patients to produce four or more bowel movements a day. He was obsessed with body clip bodily cleanliness external and internal Turnham If the water were not enough you had to consume a Pint of yogurt each day followed by a yogurt annum or I saw that. Eat Half the yogurt and the other her half is for the animals gusting so yeah which I mean there is something to be said of unit the bacteria the bacteria gut but so he kind of knew who he was. One of the product is almost love and like ahead of his time a little bit. He is a bet and he's one of the first people to realize you know the stomach bacteria and everything thing and and with a yogurt animus. That would try to introduce healthy one so he was kind of on the right track. I guess He has a new restaurant relaxation very important so he had all kinds of entertainment and Diversions Theater Lecture Hall. Dances musicale use a cow's horseriding carriages. sleighs you know hiking besides animals so far so good okay. All the meals in his dining room were were his own creations or he and his wife They were very inventive and willing to test things. which is kind of how the you know the cornflakes came him about but Okay so we talked about the peanut butter nut based meat substitutes vegetables and whole grain based dishes a coffee substitute made of molasses and toasted grains.
"gastric ulcers" Discussed on This Podcast Will Kill You
"Someone eighty Palmer decided to take a closer look. And he concluded that they were just normal commences of the mouth. These curved, rod bacteria were basically cast aside, as unimportant, which really kind of held back the field probably for a few decades. All right. Let's take stock of where, and when we are, it's the early nineteen eighties and the excess acid hypothesis was the prevailing one despite some reports in the late seventies of epidemic guests rightous with Hypo core hydra so low acid acid. Ooh. And findings of gram, negative bacteria and association with acute gastritis. Oh my gosh, I'm getting really excited. So the bacteria hypothesis is still hanging in there. And one of its proponents is an Australian pathologist named Robin Warren, who was working at the Royal Perth Hospital in Western Australia. Warren had hunch that the gastric ulcers she had seen in patients over the years had bacterial origins in nineteen eighty one. He had written a letter to another doctor asking whether there were any gastroenterologist that wanted to work on uncovering this mystery with him. And this doctor just happened to show this letter to young physician named berry Marshall berry, who had just started his gastroenterology fellowship term. We would have to come up with a research project to do. This. Be gets my first year fellowship by ninety two project. Oh, this sounds great. And then it's. H. Pylori gosh. It's it would be incredible. And I mean, I think it was like so from all of the different things that I read their personalities were perfectly suited to one another, and to solving this problem because you have Robin Warren who seemed from what I read to be very methodical, very detail oriented, very sort of, like step one. Step two. Step three, and then on the flip side of that you have this young like sort of energetic. Impatient guy, very Marshall. And so they balance each other out, really well, and they were both. I think most importantly, I Kana classic. They wanted to fight for this hypothesis because I think quote or something while I'm not going to quote, actually because I think that for Robin Warren, he was most fascinated by the fact that these bacteria were somewhere. They shouldn't be and berry, Marsha. Wanted to one of this opportunity to prove everyone else wrong, of course. So it was just the perfect combination of things. I love it. Yeah. Okay. Marshall decides to join this project, and neither of them had strict backgrounds in microbiology. So they decided to say who cares burst. Do this. Anyway. We're going to isolate and culture this camp look back to like bacterium that warrant had found in so many of his patients. I also wonder a bit about whether not having that microbiology or gastroenterology specific background, probably helped them a bit to sort of not having those preconceived notions, or the dogma that are so panted into you during particularly research training. Yeah. You haven't already been sort of indoctrinated or ingrained on any one specific belief. So you have this option to just explore all these different. Abilities. Yeah. Thinking outside the box is much easier when you don't know the shape of the box that you're in totally. Yeah. In any case, they started their microbe hunt, not necessarily starting out saying that these bacteria caused ulcers, but more, hey, look what we found its new bacterial species that can survive in the gut, and maybe it has some links to guess right isn't inflammation, but saying you're going to is late and culture. And undescribed bacterium is quite different than actually doing it as they both learned..
"gastric ulcers" Discussed on This Podcast Will Kill You
"And remember those two guys, who I just mentioned that the first declared this link between gastric ulcers and bacterial infections. So even the mostly everyone else had dropped that concept they were still convinced and so by eighteen eighty eight a ton of progress had been made and identifying different bacterial species, and the diseases, they caused just in general so. These guys are picking candidate microbes such as staff, Oreos and strep to see if they caused alters when injected into the stomach of various lab animals, and no surprise. They did. But that was sort of a problem, right? Because if all of these different species could cause gastric ulcers, how do you distinguish between the types of ulcers and between whether this bacteria causes an ulcer or whether they're just general ulcer, causing bacteria right after the tool was able to induce ulcers in his Guinea, pigs? Other people started to get interested and found that a whole bunch of bacterial species could lead to Gasser duodenal ulcers, but there is still so much to be figured out and gastric ulcers were tricky business. Because like I said, you can get alteration with many different diseases. And you could induce it with many different bacterial species. So how do you pinpoint exactly which species causes ulcers for sure rather than just these opportunities? Mystic. Infections. Right. Or which, which does it in real life versus just if you injected in the lab? Exactly. Yeah. And so really what became more popular in terms of why gastritis and peptic, ulcers exist, was that excess acid that, that could be triggered by the ingestion of foods or drinks high in acidity stress etcetera. And this explanation resolved a few things that were maybe more difficult to align with the bacteria hypothesis, so often people who experienced ulcers didn't have symptoms all of the time the head flare ups, and then they would resolve after cutting back on certain foods or taking lots of anti acids. And so, during this time it was basically conventional wisdom that bacteria couldn't survive in the high acidity environment of the stomach. So if back Tiriac were found in the lesions they were probably from ingested food more. The stomach was weakened enough to allow for these opportunistic, invaders. So it was like they were secondary the where the primary rather. Yeah. Interesting. Yeah. And it wasn't so much that people weren't finding H pylori and stomach tissue. Cameo b-actor like or curved, rod bacteria had been reported as part of the gastric flora for decades. But no one had had much luck in investigating them in the nineteen fifties..
"gastric ulcers" Discussed on This Podcast Will Kill You
"We don't know if it was caused by h Laurie but yeah. Definitely seems possible in a moment. Oh. That's so cool that mummies are preserved so, well, that you could see something like that in the tissue. I know. So thousand years after that we get a bit more specific when even Cinna Addison ah wrote about how some of these painful or uncomfortable symptoms appear after you eat. He even went as far to suggest that the pain heartburn and thirst, felt by some people were all caused by gastric ulcer. Okay. Then in the fifteen in the late, fifteen hundreds, so about five hundred years after Vienna describe this. The first gastric ulcer was definitely described by the Italian physician Marcello dotty during this time anatomical descriptions, from dissections of human cadavers were getting super-popular. And so people were starting to take note of the inflammation, and also ration- of the Muchota in their cadavers. I didn't see anything about numbers through the ages in regards to the prevalence of gastric ulcers. I think that would be a really hard thing to estimate especially since it's been with humans for since you humans, basically. Yeah. Was probably pretty prevalent at least. And also, we can we can guess it was pretty prevalent based on how many descriptions there were of it. And how much people started to pay attention to it as cadaver dissection was a lot more popular. And then came the sixteen hundreds microscopy was developed and popularized by a couple of big names. But probably the biggest name is Anthony von linguine hook hook, the impact of technology. And also, how far it has come today really should get an episode of its own Nepi fun. Yeah. For sure love the history of microscopy. But the important thing is that microscopes allowed people to see this whole new world which had been invisible to them up to this point, essentially this led to the field of microbiology and molecular biology, because people could finally start understanding how the pieces that made up living organisms fit together bacteria were described star. Being blamed, rightfully so for something some cases for many diseases, and people started sticking everything they could find under these new lenses and stomach tissue. Or some contents was no exception. And because bacteria live on, basically every surface, ever, of course, stomach contents looked to be chock full of bacteria. Some of these microscope lookers became convinced that the bacteria were the cause of gastric, inflammation, and disease and a couple of these people had identified bacterial colonies in gastric ulcers in the surrounding mucosal and went so far is to say that these bacteria were the cause of all servers. That was in eighteen seventy five whoa, yeah. They're like, oh, those bacteria here, it seems to be in the lining. It seems to be associated with inflammation. These this is what causes the authors. So then what happened? Why did it take another hundred plus years to figure it out? Okay. Well, I'll get to that. But yeah, it did kind of the link didn't necessarily become forgotten, but it definitely was not as popular as some of the other leading hypotheses interesting. And so the late eighteen. And hundreds did see some other progress regarding bacteria and peptic ulcers gastritis, for instance, the pathologic Arnold see clubs who is son of the clubs for whom clubs yellow is named he spotted a bacillus in the gastric glands, which he noted were inflamed. And so this could be the actually, the first sighting of h Laurie infectious gastritis in humans. And then there wasn't a talion anatomist named biz ozo- that who reported his findings of Spyro like organism in the stomach lining of several dogs that he studied, which was probably a helix b-actor species..
"gastric ulcers" Discussed on This Podcast Will Kill You
"Acidic foods lack of sleep, it cetera. But guess what, what it's not? It's, it's really old. Leave always had ulcers actually kind of so humans and H pylori have been together for thousands of years since before humans left east Africa over fifty thousand to seventy thousand years ago. Holy cow. Yeah. So which explains why there's such a huge proportion of the population that's infected. It's really just Ben with us. So researchers can actually see the traces of different waves of human migration in the genetic diversity of these H pylori, strains stuff it. Yes. I love it. When we get to talk about human migration because of disease. I know it's really cool. So basically as a general rule with this. The most genetically diverse H pylori strains are associated with the oldest migrations and the source population in east Africa when humans migrated out and then the genetic diversity decreases with each migration and distance. And so. One. So yes, that cool. Yeah, I love it. We've got this evidence of early human, and h Laureus OC Shen, and we've also got ancient writings about ulcers and guests rightous so gastric symptoms have been recorded for millennia dating back, of course, to Hippocrates. Where would we be without Bacher cheese where episode of this kill you? Nope. So, yes, Papa critise described epi gastric burning like indigestion and air, swallowing both of which are symptoms of gastritis air swallowing, just burping air. Swelling is what was written weird. Maybe it's just burping. I don't know. Around the same time as Pocchettino there's an inscription carved unappealing at the temple of Scorpius at epic Doris, that might be describing how to perform surgery on a gastric ulcer. Ooh. Quote, a man with an ulcer in his stomach. He incubated and saw vision. The gods seemed to order his followers to seize and hold him that he might inside his stomach. So he fled. But they caught and tied him to the door knocker than a sleepiest opened his stomach cut out the Ulster sewed him up again and lose his bonds. He went away hole, but the chamber was covered with his blood. Errs one-star. That's just inscribed on a pillar at temple. Yeah. I don't. We're going to do surgery on this guy against his will. I don't know. But we should add that to our like TJ pay way take a picture of this and also a personal vacation list. Oh, yes. One hundred percent. Yeah. So we also in addition to this pillar. We also have a mummy dating from a little bit after this around one hundred sixty seven BC from the western Han dynasty, that appears to have a peptic ulcer..
"gastric ulcers" Discussed on 710 WOR
"We've been talking about leaky gut syndrome, something that we've all heard in the news media recently. It's kind of a new trendy symptom for there's something going on in your and your digestive system could be caused by a whole host of symptoms that we talked about earlier in the show anything from genetic predispositions, diet toxins use of antibiotics use of different types of painkillers, chronic stress your environment. So let's talk about some of the symptoms of leaky gut. What can people look for if they're experiencing any of these things? Now, how can we relate it potentially back to the gut like I said before sort of chicken and the egg. So I will list some sort of symptoms and besides that I'm going to also list diseases that we are linking to leaky guy. Or maybe leaky gut is coming beforehand, possibly sometimes it's the reverse. So people might say, you know, I I had these gut issues for a long time, and then I develop these symptoms or you know, I develop the disease or a developed these issues, and then I noticed my guy is really been acting up over time. So let's just do basic symptoms that my patients complain about. When I said, what are you feeling the symptoms are like pain, so abdominal pain when you're eating unexplained domino paint? Sometimes you're not eating and you're just getting cramping or pain people are getting bloating, especially when they eat. And they say no matter what I eat or what I do my stomach feels distended are bloated. And I I can't figure out what what's causing it. Sometimes you can relate it to some food. Sometimes they can't in general diarrhea. Sometimes it comes. Sometimes there are sometimes it's not it's sort of. Intermittent thing in a lot of times, they see more mucus in their diarrhea too. So more mucus in doesn't have to be diary commu just regular stool as well. But you see more mucus sort of floating on the surface of the water, which I'm sorry. If that's Tim I. But if you have it you're like, yes right now. I I do get that. Another major symptom is constipation we see constipation in in the leaky guy is causing the constipation where you're got literally is inflamed. In the food is struggling to move through your guys another symptom of it increase flatulence, nausea, some people get vomiting with leaky, gut when they have when it sort of flares and gets really bad. And leaky gut can sort of sometimes it's a waxing and waning situation where you're like, well, you know, the last three months were horrible. And then it got a little better. I don't know why. And the now it's back to being horrible. Again. It's interesting because a lot of times conventional doctors and conventional medicine they sort of discredit leaky gut syndrome as being an actual disorder, but I know with the ash center for years treating patients either just by changing diet by looking at the toxic city in their food and their environment. What they're eating putting them on proper supplementation and proper diet. We're really a lot of these symptoms from chronic illness to digestive issues Eidos seemingly disappear when they're evaluated properly. Yeah. I think that's the goal of the ash center and integrative medicine in itself is to get to the source of why you're having these symptoms. Most patients when they go and see physician, and they tell them these are my core symptoms that I'm having you're basically thrown into the IBS category. Right IBS, you know, it stands for irritable bowel bowel syndrome, and they tell you try to figure out what's wrong, change, your food, change your diet. They don't really tell you what to change it to what you're supposed to be eating. And that's when people get really frustrated because they start to make changes a lot of changes over and over. And nothing really seems to get get them answers. I know so many of the patients at the center, so many of your patients specifically they have access to everybody they've been to to the heads of major health institutions, nobody can figure out what's going on. But so many times. I see just breaking it down during the testing that you do in evaluating and looking at all these factors that you're talking about from genetics to diet to talk sense to environment to stress you're really able to get a whole different result. Just by by looking differently and acknowledging that leaky, gut does exist, and it is sort of a blanket term. However, it's a really important term when when you look at what it's what is evaluating. No. That's you're so right. Rachel, it is a blanket term because at the center, you know, I will tell you you most likely have a leaky got situation, but that's not necessarily your diagnosis. That's just a symptom of some of the disease burden that you have. So is it from your autoimmune disorder is it from you know, your food sensitivities it. So that's what we try to find out. What is the cause of your leaky got and you see so many people coming in? I know just talking to a handful of your patients they've been other places. They were. Given medicine for their symptoms for for a whole host of things from arthritis to weight gain, tennis, and that it's medication medication medication. And it's really interesting watching the way you work where you can now sort of lift the veil and say, you know, we're not getting to the root cause and here's what's really going on. And a lot of times you're able to get them off of medications just by having them on proper diets and promise 'implementation, and really just the way you evaluate getting to the root cause. Absolutely. So let's talk about the symptoms sorta. Okay. Or what does leaky gut syndrome a little tangent? There. But I think, you know, the tangent is really because of the frustration of my patients that come in. Yeah. I feel so bad for them when they're just utterly frustrated with medicine, they're frustrated with they don't know what to eat anymore. They are chronically like bloated all the time. They're they're chronically just not feeling good. They don't feel like they're sick and tired of being sick. And you said it perfectly. So things that we feel have worsened sort of symptoms. We talked about, but sort of syndromes that have been worsened by leaky gut or have been prominently connected to it. So one of them is gastric ulcers diarrhea issues all the time, which we just spoke about this sort of irritable bowel syndrome, if you have your double bowel syndrome or wherever diagnosis that you really do how leaky gut so we have to figure out why any type of inflammatory bowel disease. So this is for the patients with Crohn's disease and of colitis we know that you absolutely do have leaky gut because we do have solid research. Backing backing that so is something we always do work on with those patients people with the small intestinal bacterial. Overgrowth the Cybele, which we talked about her CBO Celia disease, if you have X disease you and there's research now backing it that you most. Likely. Have leaky got all gluten and generate exactly any people with allergies. Allergies tend to be linked to leaky gut or can be worsened by it or caused by a recurrent respiratory infections, and he kind of acute inflammatory conditions. Like, if you had some type of like substance in the hospital, if you were in the hospital for many days, something also called, sir. So this is stomach inflammatory response that also we know has links with leaky gut any type of chronic inflammatory conditions, like arthritis the auto immune disorders, so people with lupus, multiple sclerosis type one diabetes, and especially we know Hashimoto's, which is causes hypothyroidism. We do have a really good studies showing that fifty percent of people with Hashimoto's how leaky gut. Well, so. Yeah. There's a major correlation between that Parkinson's disease is they've found links of Parkinson disease in leaky gut. A really two of the biggest ones that I probably see what say allergies is a huge one too that we see the officer like the food sensitivities about the other two really big ones. We see our weight gain and chronic fatigue syndrome. So it's really interesting by properly diagnosing and healing, the gut where there's so many functional medicine doctors now, integrative medicine doctors. Now talking about leaky, gut feeling the gut I think we've all in this community. We've all heard it before. But it's really fascinating and interesting just by healing what's going on and just by doing the proper testing doctors like Dr Wilson doing that. They do at the center are really able to now reverse a lot of the symptoms and side effects from a lot of chronic illness. Just by properly evaluating a patient. Really interesting. We are talking today about leaky gut. I just want to let listeners know too. If. If you have a question or a topic you'd like us to cover or questions on Dr Alison or for any of the physicians at the center.
What Exactly Are Frankincense and Myrrh?
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If you've heard of frankencense and Moore, it's probably thanks to the biblical account of the birth of Jesus. According to the book of Matthew chapter, two wise men. Followed a bright star in the east of Bethlehem to where Jesus had been born and presented him with gifts of gold frankencense and Moore during the Christmas season depictions of this event, Argub it quits in American culture, decorating, churches, and shopping, malls alike. But don't let the shiny tinsel and festive candidates distract you from our question today. What exactly are frankencense and mirror? Both frankencense are derived from tree sap or gum resin and are prized for their lowering fragrances frankencense is a milky white resin extracted from species of the genus bus. We Leah which thrive in arid cool areas of the Arabian peninsula, east Africa and India the finest and most aromatic of the species is bus willia- sacra, a small tree that grows in Somalia, Oman and Yemen, these plants which grow to a height of about. Sixteen feet or five meters have papery bark sparse branches of paired leaves and flowers with white petals and a yellow or red center murder is a reddish resin the comes from species of the genus come four, which are native to northeast Africa. And the adjacent areas of the Arabian peninsula. Come a foreign Mira a tree commonly used in the production of Moore can be found in the shallow. Rocky soils of Ethiopia Kenya. Amman Saudi Arabia and small it boasts shiny branches was sparsely that grow in groups of three and can reach a height of nine feet or about three meters. The process for extracting, the sap of these trees is essentially identical harvesters make a longitudinal cut in the tree's trunk which pierces gun resin reservoirs located within the bark the sap slowly uses out from the cut and drips down the tree forming tear-shaped droplets, they're left to harden on the side of the tree. These beans are collected after two weeks people in east Africa and the Arabian peninsula, had produced frankencense and Merv for some five thousand years for much of this time these. Medic resins were the region's most important commodity with a trade network that reached across Africa, Asia and Europe today. Demand for frankencense and Moore has subsided a bit, but numerous Chinese Greek Latin and sanskrit texts reminders of their past importance frankencense and Moore were desired for personal religious and medicinal use in a time before daily bathing people would use the sweet smoke from the resins to make themselves. Smell better. Egyptian women would mix frankencense ash into their I shadow these substances were also widely used in religious ceremonies and burials, according to the Greek writer here notice Egyptians used both frankencense and myrrh in preparation of animals sacrifices and human mummies Jews incorporated them into their religious ceremonies by the third century, BC and Christians by the fourth century, CE the residents also had medical uses in the papyrus Ebbers from fifteen hundred BC priests recommended both resins for the treatment of wounds other ailments. They were once reported to cure included, hemlock poisoning leprosy were. Terms snake bites? Diarrhea plague scurvy and even bald this the high demand for frankencense and Moore created a booming trade in the Middle East lasting several hundred years in the first century, CE around the height of this trade. Plenty the elder claims that Arabia produced approximately one thousand six hundred eighty tonnes about fifteen hundred metric tonnes a frankencense and around four hundred forty eight tons or four hundred metric tons of mir- each year, one of the most important trade centers surrounded and a waste and modern day. Southern Oman this outpost exported frankencense across best Petya India and China for about three hundred BC e to the third century. See the ruins of the settlement remain as UNESCO world. Heritage site known as the land of frankencense, clearly frankencense and Moore were widely available when the wise men visited the baby Jesus around five BC and would have been considered practical gifts with many uses the expensive resins were symbolic as well. A frankencense which was often burned symbolized prayer rising to the heavens like smoke. While mirror, which was often used in bombing symbolized death. So scholars think that frankencense was presented to the infant Jesus to symbolize his later role as a high priest for believers while Mur symbolized, his later, death and burial frankencense and Moore may not be as popular as they once were. But they're still used today in some ways that you might not expect their common ingredients in modern, perfumes, and cosmetics. Continuing a tradition that's lasted years. Scientists are finding new uses for the substances as well. Recent studies suggest that frankencense or its extracts may help intriguing asthma. Rheumatoid arthritis Crohn's disease, and osteoarthritis researchers have also discovered possible benefits of murder in the treatment of gastric ulcers tumors and parasites. This episode was written by Clint pump free and produced by Tyler claim for more on this and lots of other spicy topics. Visit our home planet. How stuff works dot com. You know, people say necessity is the mother of invention. But that's not always true. 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"gastric ulcers" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"I call them the guiltless NCA. It's remember the NCAA, Sean, they worked very, well when it comes to inflammation. But the problem with the NCAA's, and when I say as I mean, like Advil, Elise naproxen Motrin, those type of products, they were great with inflammation. But they cause issues with our kidneys. They can cause increased blood pressure increased swelling of our lower extremities, it can cause bleeding or gastric ulcers and people can even die from taking as I mean, we list every year there's a list of comes out for causes death, and one of the causes of death is death from NC. It's so. You know, it comes with a price yet. The glycol marine is is really works fantastically as an anti inflammatory, but doesn't have those side effects those unwanted side effects. It actually can protect the lining of our stomach and prevent those bleeding ulcers from occurring. So the only thing I tell people with like like like, oh, plus is if you are taking on a chronic basis, don't stop it right away because you can get rebound inflammation. You need to take the glencoe marine for a couple of weeks about forty six weeks. And then you can slowly wean yourself off of that any that NCA that you're you're taking and then you'll see that she'll need much less. If not even you might not need that that NCA at all when you're taking neglect. Marina and the good thing about the marine, Sean is that you can take it every day, right? And not really worry about the side effects. That was going to ask you, the people say you wake up with a really sore back or twisted, your back, or whatever you wake up with, you know, with the pain of some sort and a lot of people reach for the end Sade further Advil or for their leave for immediate relief is the dosing the same you wake up one day. And and you just take a couple of Lodewyk them Rainer glencoe, plus or shouldn't you be on a daily regimen of to help prevent that kind of inflammation. I think it daily regimen of the Camarena's a great idea. It's good for our joints is again, you're not gonna get this unwanted side effects. And you know, if it's my theory is if it's helping with. Inflammation about our joints than it is it could or should be helping with diplomatic mission throughout our entire body. So, you know, that's the reason to take it all day every day not all day. But what was what I was going to segment into is saying listen. You know, the recommended doses to a day, but say you having a miserable day had a miserable day at work. And you pulled you you have a muscle pull on your back. Are you going to damage yourself by taking an extra dose that day? No, you're not going to, you know, and and that's something to consider with like marine, very good. Another five Ruskin natural supplement one that I take a daily curcumin ultra. It's a natural pain reliever. An anti inflammatory and the results in studies back on curcumin has been been just absolutely wonderful. Yes. Yes. It has Sean and remember and and far eastern medicine. It's been used with thousands of years and the curcumin all what makes the curcumin ultra so great as it. You know, again, we talk about the patents that it has. But it has that.
"gastric ulcers" Discussed on WJR 760
"How do you treat people that are suffering from arthritis with conservative methods, and you were talking about injections you brought up the part of non steroid injections. And I know that when when we mentioned the fact of steroid injections, some people are like, oh, no, I don't want that. Why is it? There's an apprehension for steroid injections. When are they used tear? Tell us a little bit about this this treatment. So today, we're I mean, we talked mostly about knees. But this also involves other arthritic conditions hip arthritis shoulder arthritis, so in general, the joints are all essentially, the same anatomy, but different shapes and sizes and things, but yeah, we talked about non steroidal anti inflammatories, which which are pills. The story and injections are a different category non operative treatment. So this would be taken a needle putting a medicine inside the joint. Whether it's your finger, joint shoulder, joint, hip or knee. The steroid is actually an anti inflammatory. It's like taking a ground up Motrin. I would say in putting a right where he needed the most. If you take a pill. It goes into your blood in your stomach and then bloodstream, then he gets around your whole body. And there's some other issues you can have with talked about blood pressure problems thinning your blood gastric ulcers things like that. So then steroid injections would go directly in the joint. It wouldn't affect anything else. In your body. So it'd go right where you need it, and it's an anti inflammatory. So it's brings down the inflammation in that joint and one that inflammation comes down than the pain gets better. And so it's a temporary thing. And even the studies are saying, it's a temporary thing. But let's say somebody comes in. They're going on a vacation in two weeks and going to be walking a lot steroid is a great option because it will resolve their pain for a month or two, but you know with arthritis. It can come back and when he comes back it does come back sometimes the vengeance. Because now that you're less pain, you do more. And so then you pay for it later on when the information comes back. So that's one type of injection and other one is a how you wanna Gasset which would be some. It's like a you've probably heard of something called chicken shots. But now there are a lot of these medicines are all synthetic this higher on a gas injection and different companies have different concentrations of these. Sometimes it's one shot with a lot of fluid sometimes it's three different shots in three different week. So you get one shot a week for three weeks, and it takes about sometimes up to two months to really see. If it got to the point where it helped you. And some people notice after one injection that it's helping so the idea that medicine is to help rejuvenate make it healthier in the joint. Give it a good environment for inflammation to come down doesn't necessarily it hasn't been necessarily proven that it grows cartilage, but it gives a healthier environment for that cartilage. To be less inflamed. Less pain in the joint. So then you function improves just because of that. So when patients come in, obviously you start off when you see to me start off with the x Ray. That's we start off with right? Take a look at the giant x Ray in a discussion on what the symptoms are here. Okay. And so do you tell patients when they come in the when you look at the X Ray? And you see you've got some kind of prognosis going on that they can either be treated conservatively first of all maybe alternately, they need knee pain. But at least in the in the interim, they're buying time. Right. Exactly. And you know, some people just want to wait a year or two, you know, maybe they're going to retire in two years. They wanna wait until they retired and get it done. Maybe they're moving at a certain time, and they want to wait. And there's nothing wrong with that. 'cause you know, sometimes these this arthritic joint can improve to a point where you're very happy with it. I've had people come in with a look at the X Ray. And Myron I train residents at the from Michigan State University. And we look at these x-rays together and some of these x-rays horrible this bone on bone. It's deformed the motion is decreased. But then we go see the patient and they're doing everything they sleep. Well, hell no hotline possible. It's just the way the us is sometimes some people can handle pain a little bit more. But I think it's just where the nerves are if the nerves are not causing giving you a brain the information that there's paying there, then you could still be very functional. So somebody comes in you X Ray them in its bone on bone. It looks like they need an replacement, but they're not in pain. What's this? What do you do then? Well, I have to tell them. Hey, I can improve your pain. And if they have no pain, I can't make them better. Then I'm going to do is put them in a situation where they could ever complication blood clot infection. I some other or dislocates if it's. Hip or something like that. I mean that stuff is rare. But you have to be able to improve somebody to put them through a major surgery like that. But there's people like that they come in, and they're very functional they're happy. And the only reason they came in is because their spouse told him to come in because you need looks horrible. Well, it's better to have a bad looking deformity than going through a surgery and have a bad result. And if they have no pain, there's no reason to put them through a surgery. So that's why you know, even if it's any type of pain come come into the office. We'll take a look at it and get an x Ray and go over the full gamut of what the options are not just jump right in to do surgery. It's easy to Elliot said it's easier to do surgery, and and it's a quick conversation. Sometimes, but you got to inform the patient what they have. And then how am I going to help you exactly now what if they do need surgery? What happens during the surgery? How does that work? How long does it take so surgery takes about forty minutes or so for knee replacement and they're about the same for a hip replacement? Stay overnight. Sometimes we do outpatient surgery. You get the knee replacement done you go home the same day. You're. To put weight on it right away. And actually when I do the surgery, I go and do a different procedure. And I come back and that patient is already walking half an hour, forty minutes after the surgeries over. And that's the goal is getting moving there's less complication rate when we have them moving quicker. They're allowed to put weight on it right away. So we put injections in before and afterwards. Just so that when they wake up you're not in severe intense pain. That's one of the things that keeps people away from having surgery. They're worried about how much pain they're gonna have afterwards. The new anesthesia procedures the injections things like that the new way we do surgery. Sometimes makes it so that it's a lot less painful. Lot more tolerable, and honestly, you know, people hear horror stories even with steroid injections. We talked earlier about the hear horror stories about it. But they never hear the good things. Now, people that have a great result. Don't walk around town saying hey, have a knee replacement. Right. The ones with the bad result are talking about it. Right. And so there's people walking around everyday that you walk by. In the stores or even around parties that have knee and hip replacements. You don't even know it. They don't talk about it because they're having. They had good dot com. Yeah. And there probably is a lot of misinformation about the effects of having steroid shots that have just been passed down from one person to the other. But I think the other thing is that people are concerned about our would be an issue as how long will I be incapacitated after the surgery like if you're working, and you've got a job how how long before I can actually drive and go back to work. Good question. If if you have a job where you're sitting down and telling other people what to do then you can get back within two to four weeks. Some people get back, even sooner. You're on a roof doing one of the manual labor. Really hard work put might take you two months or so to get back all depends on what your activity is. And what your job demands of you? Now, if you're in the hospital for what one day two days, something like that. If you have a knee replacement some people we do them that same day, and they go home the same day, some people stay overnight and go home the next day. And then what's the story after that? Are they doing physical therapy coming to your office and going to your clinic? Are they coming everyday? What's their follow up in the first two weeks, right after so, obviously not in pain anymore. Right. So we actually get people in we call pre head. So it's like rehab, but we do it beforehand. Just so they know what to do what to expect who show them how to use the Walker if they need it. We start doing some range of motion exercises some strengthening exercises. And then afterwards. Yeah. They start therapy right away. And then how long are they are? They going every day for therapy. Like how long has that? Is that an hour two hours? I. Evaluations about an hour. And then after that it's two or three times a week depending on how much they need. But we give them a lot of homework to do. So when they're not in therapy. And they can't spend all day every day in therapy. We try to get them in a situation where they're actually doing their own exercise at home. What about driving a car if it's your right leg you can drive in two weeks. Okay. That's great. Okay. We're going to have to take a quick break. In the meantime, you're listening to Dr.
"gastric ulcers" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"I, saw one of my. Favorite shows a while back. Was friends right Chandler Bing Joey It. Was good it was a good show well, forty, eight, years old, Matthew, Perry, who played Chandler Bing is currently recovering after repair for about perforation this occurred in Los Angeles, according? To, his, ramp In the statement, Matt Perry recently underwent surgery in a Los Angeles hospital to repair a. Gastrointestinal perforation he is grateful for the. Concern and ask for continued privacy as he heals. So vow perversions are some, scary stuff and I think. They happened a little too often than they need to so you're battle starts in your, mouth go down the Asaf against gullet got your stomach he thought your small intestine you've got. Your large intestine then you've got your rectum and the Amos perforations can occur anywhere along the GI. Tract but most. Notably we'll see them in. The, east Africa stomach small. Intestine or the large intestine so let's say somebody drinks lot and or has. Made your food poisoning the vomit and richly crazy You could technically sustained a tear your softness let's say you get an ulcer Well if you get an, ulcer erodes any roads through, the lining of the stomach or the small intestine you could get, a perforation. Large attested perforations can happen with an appendicitis attack or a colitis or diverticulitis we'll be looking at this. Tax appendi- appendix has this little vestige. Tube that is connected to the. Bow we talked about the. Appendix a lot everybody thinks, the appendix, is worthless, it's, actually not the, appendix nothing's worthless on. The. Body you know I, mean, it you know, still, there's always a purpose yes some women will say well he needs Viagra yeah but. He. He's still able to pe- there's still a. Purpose to every body part okay Even my but. I'm. Like why do I, need, my but I, need, my but trust me I need to sit on it anymore but holds my pants. Up So the appendix as little tube so it houses zillions of zillions of bacteria and it's in the. Top, part of the colon so my guess is when the Chola needs healthy bacteria after. Eight illness and about whatever the appendix, squirts that bacteria, out a purpose however it's? Deemed not as crucial in Oregon because, you end up living fine without independence, you seem to do fine People seem to define without a. Gallbladder they still do fine But if an appendix bursts. That's dangerous wise dangerous Because you get all this area now into. The, internal cavity. Of the abdomen which is sterile well same thing if, your colon verse or your intestine ruptures or stomach you get non-sterile things in your GI tract that escapes to a sterile. Environment and, now can cause major infection in depth you know another condition we have to watch out. For. With a lot of people as diverticulitis die ridiculous this. Is where you. Have these pockets in your calling, I have that I have pockets of my colon which I wish I knew earlier because. I'm always losing my keys and listen, my phone Because I'd never wear anything with pockets now the pockets of my colon maybe that'll help. But. These little baby pockets call diver tequila could get little. Seeds trapped in. That left from like bananas from, strawberries all seats and then they fester and so you could actually start getting an infection That starts to brew and then because he's little pockets are not necessarily nice strong bowel wall they could pop an, open and now you. Have your GI contents leaking out into the vowel So that's some scary stuff so You. Know we also want a concern we also want to make sure that doctors are aware that if you do have these little pockets that they're very careful. As they advance a kilometer scope trauma could also perforate a, colon. Or a test inter. Stomach, etc so it's not, good now in Matt Perry's case he's been very open about his struggles with alcohol and his. Struggles with the painkiller vica did so alcohol does. Put people at risk for. Alzheimer's It does erode and. So- alcohol can cause peptic ulcers in the small. Test in stomach ulcers gastric ulcers could even cause it's often, deal ulcers so I'll call could you. That now, the pink killer vicodin killers. Not necessarily would cause ulcers however if somebody is treating a pain issue and they are staying sober when it comes to not take it in they may. Turn to either profit or elite you know these other sort, of. Or the proxy these. Other, sort of anti-inflammatories those, can put you at risk for an ulcer so we don't know exactly where mad Perry did. Evers perforation but it does have some risk factors So we'll keep you posted on that usually what happens is if you do have a preparation we need, to repair it so we need to close, up the, bow then we need to give you antibiotics a lot of antibiotics. We need to clean up the area and we. Got to give you something for pain one eight seven seven, doc Dali one eight seven seven d Italy, a u-turn on their mandatory vaccination stance and it has. Shocked at the scientific community there's an amendment that removes mandatory vaccination for school children it's suspense a year I spent four year law that requires parents to provide proof of ten routine vaccinations while enrolling their children industries preschools and this amendment was approved by Italy's upper house or parliament on Friday by one hundred forty. Eight one hundred ten votes still has. To pass the house and the law was originally introduced, by the Democratic Party in. July two thousand seventeen because there was this. Outbreak of measles where there was five thousand cases that was. The second highest figure in Europe after Romania according to the European CDC and Italy accounted. For, thirty, four, percent of all those, measles, cases, in, Italy But According, to Italy's five star movement and its. Coalition partner the, far-right league they voice our opposition to compulsory vaccinations claiming they discourage skull inclusion Apparently league leader and interior minister Matteo Salvini said the ten obligatory vaccinations which include visas, citizen polio are useless and in many cases dangerous if not harmful I confirm the commitment to, allow all children go to school the. Priorities that they don't get expelled from classes So this is. Tricky we are, pro vaccine specially in, our country especially in my field fellow the American Academy of family medicine you bet your but I'm pro vaccine but Vaccination Certain political agendas And that's where it's starting. To get tricky I think a lot of people on the right are correct in that a government cannot mandate to stick something in a healthy human being that may have Side effects You know I I think back to Nazi days all Jews need to. Get this I, know I, I, mean I I don't like the idea of a. Government sane, you know bring on your healthy child and we're going to stick with something However we're talking about vaccines and polio kills You know the tetanus can kill so I had a family member die. Ten this I've. Seen what polio could do that's scary stuff but when you connect it. Till, the can't, start school that gets tricky now of course the political side or the. Democratic side of Italy and probably America. Cycle that's the way to get this through if a child wants to, go to school and. Not, infect other children they gotta be vaccinated Chye children don't. Have a choice up to the parents. And the government yet other people say look you know if the parents, are scared to death You know do they have a. Right, to say no, that's, where it gets tricky one eight seven seven dollars Got it Angie's list is collected.
"gastric ulcers" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio
"Org. Actually, you can find it and it is worldwide effects of atomic weapons project sunshine in its dated August, sixth nineteen Fifty-three. Oh, I know I figured out the worst phrase for this more mooching. Oh yeah, that's rough. One on a side. Note with this, we find an interesting biographical tail here. It is the tale of Albert Stevens. Albert Stevens was someone who fell into the web of illegal government radiation experiments in the US in nineteen forty five. He was a fifty eight year old house painter. He had been told that he was suffering from terminal cancer with only months to live. The truth is. Is that he was suffering from a severe gastric ulcer, but he had doctors tell him it was cancer. So he was admitted to the university of California, San Francisco medical center to treat the cancer that he did not have to get cough cough treatment, cough, cough, cough, cough treatment, cough cough treatment is me really pointing out that they were lying to. Well, I'm slow today. You got to so this guy, this poor guy. Albert. He as he says, given a few months to live on may tenth of that year scientists working for Sam, pretending to treat the cancer that he did not have secretly shot him up with the single largest amount of plutonium. A human being has ever received to the modern day is just under one microgram in the sample at two different isotopes of plutonium was cocktail one or the isotopes was weakly radioactive, so still dangerous, but not an immediate death sentence. It had a half life of twenty four thousand one hundred years then. Yeah, and then the other highly radioactive isotope had a half life of about eighty seven a little less than eighty eight years. He received free medical and additional testing for the rest of his life from the same group that riddled his body with radiation and his family. Thought this experimental cancer treatment was working because he didn't have cancer, and he lived more than a few months. In fact, he lived twenty one years suffering the effects of this cartoonish amounts of plutonium that stayed in his system in his bones in his skin in his organs. His spine was degrading. A horrific rate. His eyes were fighting a losing battle with cataracts, and he was still there with the doctors who were cough cough, treating cough cough him, and they can -ducted operations while he was alive to remove parts of his organs to see what was happening to them, took a spleen parts of his livers, pancreas, his lymph nodes, his family, the whole time is saying, wow, it's amazing that you have survived cancer. Thank you for this experimental treatment. He died twenty one years later on Jan..
"gastric ulcers" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz
"Yes but well i just you know it's really interesting to sort of view this product in light of what we've been hearing about a pet ownership and just how many more people are adopting pets than they are even having children at this point how big is the market for this type of drug so we said the americans spend sixty nine point four billion dollars a year on pets and up that about seven hundred million is on just valentine's presents for pets and one point five billion is for knee surgeries in pets so pets really become fast sorry i kick it behind the tines presents valentine's president okay fine but curious so you know pets have become family members it's a this is not something that was the case thirty years ago so people are really willing to spend money when their pets get sick and spend a lot of money and five thousand dollars is what it costs for chemotherapy and their four hundred colleges just for dogs and cats in the united states and as i said knee surgeries need surgeries cost five thousand dollars per knee usually they need both needs so yeah it's it's it's a big market dr chin can you explain kindred biosciences in the context of working with molecules or potential treatments that may have originally been developed for humans and using those maybe in a modified way to treat a variety of ailments in animals such as fever and horses under you've got zim meta also equine gastric ulcers and sewn anemia in cats among other things.
"gastric ulcers" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"Being with us tell us about this drug and also about kindred biosciences well i i wanna thank you for the opportunity to tell you about kinder biosciences near test which was approved just on monday the joke that helps cats that have started losing too much weight sometimes people think this is a drug for that are too fat but it turns out people will actually like fat cats this is for cats that are too thin which is a very serious condition because when catch got too thin they can go into liver failure which can be fatal okay well i just you know it's it's really interesting to sort of view this product in light of what we've been hearing about a pet ownership and just how many more people are adopting pets than they are even having children at this point how big is the market for this type of drug so the american spend sixty nine point four billion dollars a year on pets and up that about seven hundred million is on just valentine's present for pets and one point five billion is for knee surgeries in pets so pets have really become fat i keep behind the times presents president okay fine so become family members it's this is not something that was the case thirty years ago people are really willing to spend money when their pets got sick i spend a lot of money if dollars is what it costs for chemotherapy and their four hundred on colleges just for dogs and cats in the united states and as i said these are trees need surgeries cost five thousand dollars per knee usually they need both need so yeah it's it's a big market can you explain kindred biosciences in the context of working with molecules or potential treatments that may have originally been developed for humans and using those maybe in a modified way to treat a variety of ailments in animals such as fever in horses i know you've got the meta also equine gastric ulcers and sewing anemia in cats among other things our strategy business strategy is.
"gastric ulcers" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Being with us tell us about this drug and also about kindred biosciences well i i wanna thank you for the opportunity to tell you about kindred biosciences near which was approved just on monday the drug that helps cats that have started losing too much weight sometimes people think it's a drug for cats that are too fat but it turns out people actually like fat cats this is for cats that are too thin which is a very serious condition because when catch got to then they can go into liver failure which can be fatal yes well i just you know it's it's really interesting to sort of view this product in light of what we've been hearing about a pet ownership and just how many more people are adopting pets than they are even having children at this point how big is the market for this type of drug so the american spend sixty nine point four billion dollars a year on pets and upset about seven hundred million is on just valentine's present for pets and one point five billion is for knee surgeries in pets so pets really become fast i keep behind the prices okay fine so no pets have become family members it's this is not something that was thirty years ago so people are really willing to spend money when their pets get sick a lot of money and five thousand dollars is what it costs for chemotherapy and their four hundred colleges just for dogs and cats in the united states and as i said need surgeries need surgeries cost five thousand dollars per knee usually they need both needs so yeah it's it's it's a big market dr tin can you explain kindred biosciences in the context of working with molecules or potential treatments that may have originally been developed for humans and using those maybe in a modified way to treat a variety of ailments in animals such as fever and horses i know you've got a meta also equine gastric ulcers and sewn anemia and cats among other things our strategy business strategy is to leverage the billions and billions of dollars in research that's been indesit on the human side and then we take drugs that have been shown to work really well on the human side and we bring it over to the veterinary side so maritime which is.
"gastric ulcers" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"On it in the past but this whole hour is going to be devoted to that and now that we have the nicer weather here that means people are gardening working around the yard there outs the weekend warriors they're exercising more many people are going to start reaching for the non steroidal anti inflammatory drugs are end said says they're called aleve and advil motrin for joint pain so what are some of the dangers that we've often discussed here on the program from these kinds of drugs well over the years it's been noted through many many largescale studies that non steroidal anti inflammatory drugs or the ncaa says you as you just stated motrin advil and there's a host of a lot of other ones aleve they have a major effect of causing individuals heart failure we know they're affects that heart failure was a big issue when the fda about fifteen years ago had to remove some of these nonstorage antiinflammatory drugs because they were increasing not only heart failure but the risk of of heart attacks strokes the more common ones that we know about is that non steroidal anti inflammatory drugs and by the way aspirin is a non steroidal anti inflammatory drug typically used in cardiovascular disease to protect us because it inhibits platelet activities of the platelets don't come together that's not a good thing especially if you have a heart attack or or or have a stent put in so there are you know good affects of aspen but the side effects include gastritis asaf this these are inflammation inflammatory conditions that could lead to peptic ulcer disease gastric ulcers and that can cause bleeding and and that's a major major side effect of non steroidal and we don't think about it but non steroidal also have an effect on our kidneys through the mechanism of fluid retention that's one of the mechanisms so heart failure as well non steroidal will increase the fluid in in your body swollen legs shortness of breath so if you do have a history of heart failure taking on store does could be very dangerous and flip you into a more serious conditions so renal failure is another side effect of non steroidal anti inflammatories and and those are the major major.