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"A. L. I think the genesis communications network for make the show happen big thanks to Dan to work on the dials a big thank you over to the new and we really do appreciate it the forget to follow us on Twitter adopted I in on Facebook the doctor Dolly show so as you guys heard today breaking news the house has passed a bill to hike the federal minimum wage to fifteen dollars an hour and of the house as he knows democratic land and that one of the credit for this and so they got it so they pass the plan in a two thirty one to one ninety nine vote six Democrats actually opposed it three Republicans supported it and so what this move would do is I could be seven or a believer at seven dollars and twenty five cents a minimum wage to fifteen dollars an hour by two thousand twenty five so that's over the next six years then index further hikes to median wage growth it would also phase out lower minimum wage paid to workers so house Democrats obviously view the legislation as a core piece of their agenda they want to boost pay and economic growth we're going to hear from a Seattle restaurant where chain where no it didn't help grow but again I I think a lot of us are toward you can't really live on seven dollars and twenty five cents an hour all right and we need to gradually increase pay but it has to be done smartly so is going to run from his reelection twenty twenty the Democrats running against them and so there's going to be a huge this is what I did for you versus what I did for you and to raise the minimum wage is a huge step for the Democrats that's fantastic right but if people start to lose our jobs who are they going to put a little by trump in the economy are they gonna blame the Democrats for raising minimum wage route represent a Bobby Scott Virginia Democrat who introduced legislation so I commend my colleagues for taking this important step towards creating an economy that works for everyone now Senate Republicans must decide to either stand with American workers or turn their backs on hard working people across the country so already multiple states have approved fifteen dollars per hour minimum wages I I remember I told you Walmart that years ago started up what they were paying their their employees because I you know they saw the writing on the wall we all did and so you know what we're looking at well if we're gonna have to start paying more whether the you know the federal government says well this is the minimum you have to do a lot of companies if they want the good PR if they want to keep the good employees are gonna have to pay more twenty nine states and Washington DC to have higher pay floors than the seven dollars twenty five cents seven states already have fifty dollars our minimum wages now summer state by two thousand twenty five is going to have to be even higher the problem right fifteen dollars an hour might not work in two thousand twenty five special we have inflation so which is why we need to do the smartly all right you can just say yeah everybody has to pay more it doesn't cost us any money but what does that do to the economy so basically these are the different changes all right already the commercial budget office has warned that this could cost one point three million jobs but does raise the wage act is supposed to be incremental where by two thousand nineteen were supposed to be eight dollars and forty cents by two thousand twenty nine dollars and fifty cents for minimum wage two thousand twenty one ten dollars and sixty cents two thousand twenty two eleven seventy then the next year twelve eighty nectar of that thirteen ninety and then by two thousand twenty five or fifty dollars eventually all tipped workers will get the minimum wage now add this was tough this list of I mean when I waited tables I forgot what my I think I was making a Buck or two an hour but I got the.
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"Vicks. Genesis communications network for making the show having things Daniela's working the dials Vic, thanks for tuning in. We really do. Appreciate it. They'll get the follow us on Twitter and on Facebook the doctor deli show. I this Email was interesting. I got this yesterday. It's from doner out of his real name, if you call himself governor, but from gutter Dr d he goes, I'm from Iowa 'em as middle-class as it gets. He writes, I want to be rich. However, not stinking rich. But rich, I believe if you set your mind to it, you can I've been studying rich people he will not. But those who were like me who turned it around. And I can't get passed one thing. It puts quotes luck. I don't believe in luck. Do you? He goes. I know you have great advice. Hit me with that. How do I become rich? Okay. Well, okay. If I knew how to become you know, I still do radio still radio. But I find this interesting. You know, we talk about that we on the show, but in general money can't buy happiness. Money. I think trip to Hawaii makes you happy, you know, having a Lamborghini that would put a smile on my face money doesn't buy happiness bull crap. Yet. Does Lord have mercy. I could hit some cosmetic surgery and have my boobs of of the waste. I tell you. I'd look good. Yes. I think money does buy happiness. Absolutely. But joking aside if I think back to my life, some of my happiest times or during my poorest times. Now, you're in love good friends. That's all hanging out camping by fire hearing some beer making jokes. Join the wilderness money's not at play there. And so you can be happy not wealthy. That being said we need money. I think we all want money. It's okay. Don't feel guilty wanting to become rich don't feel guilty about that. At all. The Bible's you're still giving a charity as long as you still be a good person as long as you are making your money. Not you know at the despair of others. Now, some of you are like the Dalai at your doctor so splaine that one. All right. I'm not making my money at the expense of others or at the despair of others. I'm doctor if I make money. I'm making money because I'm spending time because I'm teaching because I'm trying to fix may fixing them not fixing. Maybe I'm just listening. But my money is being made not because you know, you have to die for me to make money, you could be healthy, and I could make money. You need to be schooled on us. He's gonna be having a baby. So I was worried about that. Trust me, I was in medical school go I don't wanna make money because somebody has cancer. I don't want to benefit from somebody having cancer. But the way you start to approach when you approach medicine at approach your patience. You're like look you're there to help. And you're there to make that person's life easier, even if you can't fix their cancer. So that is worth a salary. It is you know, you do zurve to get paid for your time. You do you. You know? That, you know, they'll get that out of your heads that, you know, doctors benefit and nurses benefit medical professionals benefit, you know, because you guys are you know in a pitch now. That being said gonna wants to know how to become rich. And this thing will luck. So. I don't consider myself till I. Consider myself upper middle class. I consider myself very lucky. But I came from poor roots. So what happened with me? And I have no problem being honest about this is I'm in medical school. My husband's a chiropractor, chiropractic, scopes, I've averaging maybe a buck sixty hour in residency. He's making hardly anything out of chiropractic school, and we have major major loans major loans, but we had. An opportunity to pay rent and rent was going to be about six hundred a month. Maybe. Or trying to find a very very small house with a very similar know mortgage. And there was a house, you know, that had been lived in people wanted to leave. But we got a great deal on a very small house. It was a stretch. Well, you know, rather than just putting money to ranch we're gonna put into a house. This was in the nineties was ninety. Six ninety seven maybe and invest Vegas Vegas. We didn't know Las Vegas with just about the boom. And so, yeah, we got lucky because then the houses went up, and when we found out that our house was going to go up in a few years, we sold it. Now, we had some equity some extra money that we could put into a little larger home moved into that home. Now, we're in the year two thousand two thousand one to two thousand one thousand two houses of going up in Vegas. So we were able to then. Move into a new house. And now some of you like without the doctor at the time. But here's the thing was really making that much money. One is I opened up a practice in the year two thousand so I had buco expenses. I had loans of the yingying not only student loans, but loans for the office. I had a baby. Now a second one on the way. My loans hubby's loans family family needed money. So no, we it's not like we were bringing in the bucks job wasn't technically steady. I was moonlighting at an urgent care help that helps definitely brings the money in. But when you first opened up for practice now because you have to pay you survey people for free church pays you. But I have to credit the housing market going up. Then we our house went up again. We sold that took that equity and got a bigger house. So that so in terms of luck yet there was that little bit of luck that enabled us to kind of do that shift. So what are you doing the meantime, while you're waiting for luck or bark to too because the market will go down it? Well, we there is going to be a crash there's going to.
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"Genesis communications network for making the show happen. Thanks. Daniel was working the dials and big thanks for tuning in. We really do. Appreciate it. Follow us on Twitter, adopter, Dalia and on Facebook the doctor Dalia shell. So I've been doing some telemedicine till you hear some patients online who have trouble getting in with the doctor and a big complaint. People have is that their doctor takes three four weeks to see them or they don't see their doctor anymore. It's a facility and a doctor's not available for weeks. And you know, I see medical student admissions. I mean, I see college admissions. I mean higher than it's ever been. We have tons of medical schools. We have tons of nurse practitioner, schools PA schools. We seem to be churning out a lot of healthcare providers. But we can't keep up with the one amount of patients or to the people leaving the medical field. And I did leave my practice. I mean, there's no reason to sugar coat it. I closed my practice in two thousand sixteen love to the patients. Loved the patients. But I could not deal with ObamaCare and the insurances and the I couldn't. You know, people at.
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"Eight seven seven zero C D A L victims of Genesis communications network show happen big things that Daniel is working the dials and big thanks to you all for tuning in. We really do. Appreciate it. To follow us on Twitter adopter in on Facebook. The doctor w show so making today's headlines is robots are going to kill thirty six million American jobs by the year two thousand thirty and that's an understatement. Okay. Thirty six million. I think is a real real underestimation of this. And they say the rise of artificial intelligence and automation is sounding alarm bells for many technologists in US workers fearful that these technology advancement of would steal jobs. Of course, we did the store sales people. We wanted robots. We wanted automation. We wanted machines. We wanted computers. This is what we want it. We were talking about telemedicine. And one of my listeners, by the way, one of my listeners, Brian writes this on the telemedicine right because we're talking about how would you know medicine? You know, people don't want to go to the doctor. They don't want to wait. They don't want to be in a room full of sick people. You know, they're driving this market to see the doctor on a computer and that doctor could be anywhere in the world. You could just have centralized doctors just sitting there's invasions. I'm actually now a telemedicine doctor. I love it. I love giving care. I could be at my home in an office. Very comfortable. Not getting sick. Yeah. Brian writes, what I don't like about the telemedicine thing is that it promotes the idea that the internet is private. I was on with the doctor discussing my heartburn. And when I went on Facebook later, I got ads for Pepsi. Okay. Not really. But is it really that far out there? Also, I am sure that there is a recording of all call stored somewhere. All right. So what I understand about telemedicine, and we're going to bring this back to a I and employment, and and the other major headline is. When you do have telemedicine calls, technically, these these companies because of your privacy are not video recording. But I believe Brian and other people in that the internet provider. Or the, you know, Google or whatever. Is holding holding records holding axes and not so much? But like we talked about Alexa, and Google home. And they said that. Yeah, they listen. And they're always listening because they have to wait for you to say, you know, hey, Google or Alexa, helped me with it. So they're always listening. Let they're always listening that must mean. And again, this ties into I of there being a process where they capture what just happened, and they need to learn so these Google assistance, and the these these Alexes what they what they're doing is. They're learning you. Okay. I speak very fast. And so if I had an Alexa. They're not going to want to every time. I said get the extra get the. Yeah. I got the extra get the Ray did it'll be like what what did you say, Alexa? So they need to learn. The. They need to studied me. And then they need to realize she saying an x-ray and not Alexa. Despite the accent despite any lisp this spike, dip, thongs, whatever the heck. So these these assistance have to learn, and yeah, we're being told they do record. Yeah. Whether they dumped it seconds later, or whatever. But there is that possibility. So with telemedicine talking to you about something, technically, no it shouldn't be recorded. But I see how if there's this whole cyber sphere. Is there a record of it? And so it does make people wonder I told you already people aren't v very truthful when they go to the doctor's office one moment, the doctor because of things be then put it in the computer. So patients are really talking about, you know, STD's cheating on anybody drug use having a gun in the house. People aren't really being forthcoming because they don't want to get on a computer, and they're now being a record of it for life. What's it goes on a computer that could be record of it for life? Having a lot of people give you know, very stark little information as little information as possible. So it doesn't get put into the system. So, you know, whether you're afraid of well, do I really have the privacy. You do have the privacy on telemedicine just like you have the privacy and a medical office. But in terms of documentation now things get documented, and I get why some people are concerned about that. So Bryan, thank you guys. Keep your questions coming at one eight seven seven Dali one eight seven seven zero see the so now artificial intelligence taking over everything, and we're going to talk about the jobs that they are. But there's a report coming from the metropolitan policy program at the Brookings Institution. And the report uses government and private data to develop both backward and forward looking analyses of the impacts on automation over the years from nineteen eighty to two thousand sixteen and then they look at from the years two thousand sixteen up to two thousand thirty and they look at it across eight hundred occupations, and they say automation and eight I will basically be a as throughout any industry later. I we're all using it. We're we're using it a venison you're using it in construction, you're using piloting it. It's it's everywhere. But they say right now. Ninety five percent of US jobs are highly at risk to automation. They say seventy percent of the current tasks are at risk of replaced by a robot. They see that figure represents thirty six million jobs positions and food preparation office administration report support transportation, they say another thirty six percent of workers. Fifty two million are experiencing medium exposure to automation, fifty seven million workers will experience low exposure to automation. So it is going to affect almost the whole country. They say the most secure jobs range from creative professional to technical roles with high educational requirements to low paint, personal care, domestic service, work, etc. All of these jobs are characterized by non routine activities or the need for social and emotional intelligence knows. I was talking to my stylist. I love him to death, Jerry, Jerry Lambert experience. And you know, I was I was telling him how thank God, you know. He's in his profession because it's his hands. You know, you can't have a robot. Do what he? He does you know, it's not going to be replicated. Maybe robots will be able to blow outs. Maybe robots will be able to apply colored hair, and you know, things like that. But, but you know, in terms of a stylist using their creativity and figuring out what works well for you. And then changing it as you need. So, you know, people like stylists makeup artists now still humans doctors now. Computers are people are dying to have a computer takeover. Yeah. This is my blood pressure or these are my symptoms. Give me my antibiotic and let me go. That's that's what people want. They say in the near future. Automation's gonna impact low pain roles. I the advertiser mission potential for occupations requiring a bachelor's degrees. Only twenty four percent the jobs that don't require the Greek fifty five percent. So you're looking at jobs were you do routine work a I can easily handle that? Jobs words, not necessarily routines venison, though. But that's the medicine should not be routine. But they're trying to make it routine. And we're gonna talk about how somebody ends up getting cervical cancer as a result of the routine. Can't do that. But as they try to monotony is. And and you know, try to make a an art more predictable. They're gonna put a machine in there. So they recommend that you start embracing growth and technology starting to bone on your skills, promote a constant learning mindset. Invest in re-skilling many of your workers expand. Accelerated learning certifications skill development. More financially accessible, they see a line and expand traditional education, foster, unique, human qualities. They say reduced hardship for workers who are struggling mitigate harsh local impact talk about all these other things. But what did you do? What you do you need to make yourself very versatile and you need to prove to any employer. Why your job should not be replaced, by automation? How you now? How do you? How do you compete against robot? You could say, well, I'm gonna work extra hours the robot can work twenty four seven. Well, I'm not gonna call in sick robots. Never call in sick. Well, I'm not gonna fall and have workers confidence in. I'm not gonna robots will neither. So then you're going to have to say, you know, your customers are going to be happier with me. Customers are gonna remember us. We're not going to remember a robot. Okay. You know that you need to feel and so if your clients feel happy or they remember your brand not because of a robot or service, but because of a smile because of of.
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"Genesis communications network for show happen. Daniel was working the dials and thinks you all for tuning in. We really do appreciate it. Don't forget to follow us on Twitter. Dr Dalia in on Facebook the doctor deli show. So in two thousand seventeen there were fifty one hundred accidental deaths in the American workplace. So that means fifty one hundred people died just from going to work. It's down from the previous year, which was fifty one ninety. But still close to the highest annual total in a decade five thousand fifty one hundred people dying a year. Just for going to work. We're not talking the traffic. We're talking died after job. Now, there's one cause for this could be drug overdoses experienced by workers on the job. They say drug overdose deaths on the job have increased at twenty-five percent. And these figures come from the bureau of labor statistics annual national census of fatal occupational injuries report. This being reported by USA today. In an interview. With Wall Street, Ken collage manager of statistics said the occupations with the highest fatality rates tend to have one in three things common. Dead Volve working from dangerous heights were a FOX will be fatal frequent contact with dangerous machinery. Or driving for substantial periods. They say motor vehicle injuries are relatively rare in the workplace, but when a motor vehicle crash does occur. It tends to be very serious or fatal. So twenty four seven Wall Street, reviewed workplace fatality rates occupation. So identified the twenty five most dangerous jobs, which will tell you those working in jobs on this list are prone to deadly slip and falls inadvertent contact with dangerous substances or just like dangerous or violent altercations. They say fatality rates for each of these jobs or more than double the rate across all occupations. So determine the to determine the twenty five most dangerous jobs twenty four seven Wall Street reviewed fatal injury rates for seventy two occupations. And this is what they came up with number twenty five. So I'm not saying, it's the safest but of the top twenty five number twenty five where electricity. Electrician's had about eight point four deaths per one hundred thousand workers seventy four fatal injuries, but almost five thousand nonfatal injuries, and because they installed power communications lighting control systems, all that kind of stuff. They're going to be more prone to electrical burns. But it was actually the fall slips and trips that accounted for the fatal accidents. Also, the may be required to work in cramped spaces. And in early lean that could also result an injury. But again, we want to know why are they dying fall slips and trips. Then number twenty four was firefighters. And we know firefighters they have dangerous, but they didn't make the top number twenty four. So. There were about nine hundred thousand workers or thirty four total. They the men and women of of the deadliest work environments, obviously because it's fire burns smoke inhalation. Collapsing structures, by the way, their median annual wage is forty nine thousand dollars a year. That's all we're paid. Our firefighters forty nine thousand year electricians, make about fifty four thousand a year. Painter's construction and maintenance they make about thirty four thirty eight grand a year. They had about forty four fatal injuries in that one year. Well, obviously, heavy objects exposure to chemicals of irritants falls trips ladders. Forget this athletes coaches umpires and related workers. They came in higher at number twenty to about twenty four people died on the job without one. The average about thirty two grand a year. And I guess because they maybe have to travel for work or injuries on the field. The accessory travel. Most commonly result of fatalities. So these are coaches athletes and umpires may because I have to travel lot now taxi drivers made the list taxi drivers had sixty two fatal injuries. They average about twenty five grand a year. And again during a car so thirty five percent were though the result of violence by other people or even animals, and because he's taxicab drivers often worked late hours or exposed to potentially dangerous people. They have a higher homicide rate. According to OSHA taxicab drivers have a higher homicide rate of over twenty times that than the average worker. Then we had the mining machine operators. They make about fifty three grand seven people died in one year, but they have a lot of injuries. And again, they have contact with that kind of operating engineers other construction construction equipment operators also equipment related death makes sense make about forty seventh grade year. Now here comes our police are please and our sheriff's patrol officers came in at number eighteen so their average salary court USA today is about sixty one grand they had about ninety five fatal injuries. And again, their most common fatal accidents have to do with violence high speed chases, violent individuals even animals. So direct violence from other people comes first, and then the transportation accidents NAN came supervisors and mechanics and installers and repairers. So the first line supervisors the ones that are still there on the floor thirty five fatal injuries. Lot of transportation incidences construction laborers construction laborers came the next and they had almost two hundred sixty fatal injuries average about thirty five grand a lot more nonfatal injuries. They apparently had about twenty one thousand of those then number fifteen keep ground maintenance workers. Ground maintenance workers a lot of accidents harmful contact with the commitment. The average about twenty eight grand a year. Being a groundskeeper had the fifteen pies fatality number fourteen was maintenance and repair workers means to prepare workers thirty seven grand eighty-seven fatal injuries in that year. That came helpers construction trades. Not really sure what that means. But I guess again fall slips trips that kind of thing first supervisors of construction trades extraction workers then agricultural workers a lot of people getting killed. They made number eleven one hundred fifty four people died the average about twenty three grand a year, and they are the lowest paid of all jobs on their list. And they may number eleven people. That are electric power line installers made the top ten they make about seventy grand a year to get dangerous came in number ten first line, supervisors of landscaping lawn service and grounds keeping now. I think about this somebody who is supervising the grounds keeping workers. Came in number nine. Why chainsaws tractors lawnmowers? Unintended contact with objects and equipment. Tree, trimming, pruning, could do it. Farmers, ranchers and other agricultural managers. They average about seventy grand a year. They have three hundred sixty fatal injuries driver. Sales workers truck drivers truck drivers. I love my truck drivers out there almost a thousand people die a year. If you're a truck driver or sales worker or other sort of transportation related. Structural iron and steel workers. Fifty two thousand dollars a year fourteen people died a year, refuse or recyclable material. Collectors, they purely get into lot transportation accidents. Now roofers came in number four roofers average about thirty nine grand year that about one hundred people die why they slipped from scaffolds ladders and roof roof. I would be higher up. Now, aircraft pilots or flight engineers. A work of a pilot. Right. And they're exhaustion and all that put them at risk for safety issues sixty died last year. They averaged about one hundred thousand logging workers, I remember loggers came number one years ago, the logging industry still physically demanding and one of the most dangerous because you're struck by an object or mishap. So those who log thirty eight grand a year they make fifty five injuries. But the number one most risky job out. There are those fishing fishers and related fishing workers had the highest rates of fatal injury because of nets and gear and slippery decks and all sorts of stuff. So, you know. Many of us will take a job and go, you know, what we're good because there's worker's comp. So if we get into an accident, there's going to be workers comp for anybody. That's ever had a work related injury. The workers comp is not because it covers your injury. But they would rather not have the injury. Now. Look, we need police officers. We need loggers we need electricity. So I'm not trying to talk you out of those jobs, but keep in mind that you know. You are putting your life at risk and just because there's worker's comp and people are expecting risks doesn't necessarily mean they're not going to happen to you. I met a patient. Who was I guess in an elevator? The elevator decide to drop 'cause whiplash injury over next. She said issues for years. Well, that's kind of their workplace injuries happened. And sometimes it can be really really developed, and I've seen people cut off fingers and have to have amputation and all sorts of stuff burns. People in the medical field. They could get HIV. They could get hepatitis. They can be exposed to. We get attacked we've gotten shot our patients, so. I think the moral to this is no job is entirely safe. No job..
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"Genesis communications network for making the show happen. Big things. Daniel is working the dials and Vic thanks for tuning in. We really do. Appreciate it. Don't forget. The follow us on Twitter without your Dalia and on Facebook, the Dr Dalia show, so minimum wages are rising in twenty states and several cities they say millions of American workers are going to see pay raises this year minimum wage increases in twenty states and twenty one cities now the federal minimum wage is at about seven dollars and twenty five cents an hour. It's been like that since two thousand nine but in the year since about twenty nine states and the district of Columbia have established around minimum wages levels above the federal level, so wage hikes range from an extra nickel in our in Alaska. I think that's going up. To what seven dollars and thirty cents. I don't know. To a dollar an hour in Maine. Massachusetts in California for companies with more than twenty five employees. The increases will raise pay for five point three million workers. Me workers at estimated five point four billion increase. Wages advocates say the trend toward higher minimum wages began in two thousand twelve that was on the fight for fifteen dollars started the national movement. It was protest for higher wages for fast food childcare airline workers among other businesses. They have reached that threshold several state legislators and city councils have raised wages through phased in laws. Valid initiatives adjusting for inflation, etc. Now, they say it may not have been mowed. It may not motivated every lawmaker to agree that we should go to fifteen dollars. But it did motivate them, according to David Cooper senior economic analyst for Economic Policy Institute. It motivated many of them to accept that. We do need higher minimum wages that we currently have a much of the country. So the economic policy isn't a that that sixteenths the wage hikes are the result of new level state by state legislators, apparently, California, Massachusetts, New York. The increases are small steps to eventually getting to fifteen dollars an hour. It another six states. We have Arizona, Arkansas. Colorado, Maine, Missouri in Washington voters just took matters into their own hands. So they approved measures at the ballot box to raise the minimum wage accords, a nonprofit increases in the remaining eight states reflect annual adjustments for inflation. So they say in Georgia, Wyoming, the minimum wage is lower than the federal level in Georgia, Wyoming. It's at five dollars and fifteen cents an hour. Five states. Do not even require the minimum wage by law. That's interesting that state minimum wages differ that much. And they say since the federal minimum wage has last raised since two thousand nine it lost about nine point six percent of its purchasing power. Joe inflation. So when I hear that a lot of the states are going to be moving towards the fifteen dollars an hour. And it's going to take them some time. You're like well by the time, they get their fifteen dollars an hour isn't gonna cut it. Either. So we're hearing minimum wage in Seattle. Climbs to sixteen dollars per hour for Seattle's largest employers. They say the wage will increase companies that have more than five hundred workers worldwide. They say companies was less than five hundred employees will pay at least fifteen dollars an hour. As of January one there's a smaller players can meet this requirement by pay no less than twelve per hour wages and contributing at least three dollars an hour towards their medical benefits. Now,.
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"I. Genesis communications network. Happen. Vic, thanks Daniel is working the dials and Vic thanks for tuning in. We really do. Appreciate it gets a follow us on Twitter. And on Facebook. Fidelis show. All right. So let's it this. Let's hit the ground running is is that. Hit the ground running. What else are you going to run on? We have a sculptor in Toronto the started feeling ill. When she was back in two thousand thirteen. But she had no idea that it was her art that was causing it. She's a schoolteacher Gillian dancer. And she had been using blue mussels shells. Sculptures for the past fifteen years. Blue muscle cells. I have to mussel shell voice seashell, the seashore, I'm not very good with tongue. Okay. C show. I wasn't fussy wuzzy. Okay. Oh, how many checks? Good. Yeah. But I can't do the seashell one. I don't know it. But anyway, she was using blue mussel shells inner sculptures for the past fifteen years, heavy metals, like arsenic, and lead were in the muscle shells. Gosh, it's hard to say mussel shells. I have a list muscle cells. Are you guys? Ok. Honestly, it's just really hard to hide right now. So she was using the muscle cells. And he described the onset of symptoms which began education headaches vomiting that later progress to symptoms such as loss in one ear at church memory problems. It took two years for doctors to nail down. The diagnosis was heavy metal poisoning. Years. Okay ties. Look, I'm not trying to pretend to be a best after out there. I.
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"See the Genesis communications network for making the show happen Vic things do Daniel is working. The dials victims y'all for tuning in. We really do. Appreciate it gets a follow us on Twitter and on Facebook. All right. Definitely got some medical headlines. But. I don't think a lot of people really interested in that. I'm getting questions on less their voter fraud and election fraud. I don't know I know voter fraud specialist, but what I can't tell you. It was Facebook did have to delete about one hundred fifteen quote suspicious accounts that they thought were trying to interfere with the midterms. Apparently, they had to do this the other day some of the pages were in Russian, but the majority were written in English. So Facebook said they had to block one hundred fifteen accounts, which is really a lot considering one hundred fifteen accounts are probably made per minute on Facebook. But. Suspected coordinated in authentic behavior attempting to interfere in our elections. The social media company shut down thirty six book accounts, some the Russian and eighty-five Instagram accounts, and the probe is going to look into whether the council being run by foreign entities attempting to interfere with the election. So they were tipped off Sunday night by US law enforcement officials who said recently discovered online activity baby linked to foreign entities, according to cyber security policy that you'll glacier. And it comes after American security services revealed efforts by Russia to spread misinformation. So, you know. Once you're voting booze. And polls for me. It was a very very easy process. I went Well, I I stood by the what's with my husband my family. My kids like coming with us when we vote now that my son's eighteen we have another voter in the family going. I wish I was there with them..
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"Thanks to Genesis communications network show happen Daniels working the dials and Vic thanks for tuning in. We really do. Appreciate it. Follow us on Twitter, Dr Dianna and on Facebook that after Dolly show Randy sends me, I guess a copy of the letter that I guess it's been leaked in. It's out there. Of the rent cavenaugh accuser the supreme court accuser. Asking me to comment on what I think about it. Based on what she writes. And this is I this is coming from. Randy who got it from a link on Daily Mail, and I will reach and really quickly. What the letter says it looks like part had to be redacted. So you see this term redacted in there. Because. There was a second person in there. That she claimed was in there, and I guess that name had to be removed, and I'm having having some issues. Now, pulling it up just recap for Cavanaugh spring court nominee. That would be filling a conservative judges spot his youth. Venus fifty years old could possibly allow the TOPS's have a. Conservative court for a while. And the Democrats have voiced opposition to the nomination even before he was nominated and Dianne Feinstein democratic leader of the of the Senate Judiciary committee Chuck Grassley as the leader fairly received. This letter back July thirtieth two thousand eighteen from somebody who is accusing Brookhaven of assaulted her back in high school. So she writes, dear Senator Feinstein. I'm writing with information revelant in evaluating the current nominee to the supreme court as a constituent expect that you will maintain this. As confidential until we have further opportunity to speak Brett cavenaugh, she writes physically and sexually assaulted me during high school in the early nineteen eighties. He conducted these acts she writes with the assistance of and it was a another classmate that was. Included in this. All right. But we're not gonna mention him at this time. Both were wanted to two years older than me in students in a private school the assaults occurred in a suburban Maryland area home at a debt gathering that included the four others. She stays cavenaugh physically. Pushed me to a bedroom as I was headed for a bathroom up a short stairwell from the living room. They locked the door and played loud music. Precluding any successful attempt to yell for help Cavanaugh was on top of me. She writes while laughing with so and so who periodically jumped onto cavenaugh, they both laughed as cavenaugh tried to disrobe me in their highly inebriated state with Kavanagh's handle from my mouth. I feared he may inadvertently me from across the room. She writes, a very drunken friend said mix words to cavenaugh ranging from go for it to stop. This happened thirty some years ago. At one point the French jumped onto the bed. The weight on me was substantial the pile toppled the two scrambled with each other or scraped with each other. After a few tends to get away. I was able to take this opportunity to get up and run across to a hallway bathroom I locked the bathroom door behind Hymie. Both loudly down the stairwell at which point other prisons at the house. We're talking with them. I exit the bathroom round the house and went home. She says I have not knowingly seen Cavanaugh since the assault. I did see the friend wants and the friend where he was extremely uncomfortable. Seamy I received medical treatment regarded the assault on July six notified my local government. Representative to ask them how to proceed with sharing this information it is upsetting to discuss sexual assault and its repercussions yet. I felt guilty and compelled as a citizen about the idea of not saying anything. Now, that's what he wanted me to talk about I felt guilty and compelled as a citizen about the idea of not saying anything, I am able to speak further. Should you discuss? I'm currently. Blink. And we'll be Blake. Okay. So so this is that they didn't want to. Yeah. So this is a letter that's out that that. You know, it's. It's a shame that we have so much going on right now. There was a shooting that happened in in in Baltimore. There's there's been know there's so much news. There's so much going on that something like this is taking, you know, taking so much time effort and energy of from the media and from our legislators, but. It's. Topic that needs discussion because. We really are clueless. When it comes to how to properly approach assault and had a properly approach. Approach politics and assault being used as a weapon in politics. You know, she was seventeen she was seventeen at the time. So her going to the authorities, right? Then there would have been ideal, but the average seventeen year old girl because it gets assaulted does not want anyone to know. Hey, we've got to be honest with that, you know. So I don't I'm not surprised when somebody who undergoes something like that. You know doesn't want to relive it. And they wanted to go away. And good. They go into denial. It happens it happens. And that does sound very scary. What happened to her? The question is why now of all these years. Why? Now now in her letter, she is a citizen feel I have a duty. Well, you know, he's been cavenaugh has been a judge now for awhile. He's been making pretty, you know, important decisions for awhile. Did you not feel it was your Judy? Then why now and it's it's frustrating. The other thing too. Is you know, people drunk? Okay. I. I mean, you know, how many boys? You know, what I hear what happened to her? And we have no idea if it was Kevin are not, you know, unfortunately, the the story that she tells is a common one, it's very very common one. It's happened to a lot of us. Just because I personally would never bring it up. Doesn't mean. That's the right thing to do. I just I I didn't bring up what happened to me in the past. I have to I have to live with that. So the supreme court and it's moving forward, and we got some real heavy duty cases coming around. The bend is a is a is a real sensitive topic, plus sexual assault isn't sensitive topic, and the supreme court and sexual assault should have never been used in the same sentence and nowadays. And with the metoo movement and with the Democrats saying that they don't they don't want. They they wanna stall. And you not want to. I mean, they have tried everything to to stop cavenaugh from being or prior to this breaking so stop cavenaugh from being confirmed. You start to wonder if this is all a ploy. And what's so damaging is we should never be mixing sexual assault with this number one is the damage his life. If this is all routes number two is damage the life of somebody who was assaulted because now nobody will believe him. Somebody gets raped tomorrow. Because of this metoo movement because of all this all this hype. There's a chance that that person may have just been. You know think they're overplaying a card when actually they're being a victim. One thing that that parents know, is is when you drug screen your kid if the kid comes out negative the most dangerous time for that kids who do drugs is the few days after because the kid thinks he got to get out of jail free card. That's what's happening, and what could happen with us. Metoo move, the metoo movement might have made a bunch of progress, but the aftermath of the side effect of it is so many people want to see me to who might not have really validly had a me too moment that now. It's v two. Oh, yeah. Me too me too. So into looted. Actually deluded. It doesn't matter all the progress. It made. Me too has now deluded sexual assault. I saw this from the beginning. And as a woman, I was like guys be careful be careful having been assaulted, you gotta you have to play this differently. Yes. Allowing us to be able to tell somebody is great. But the pendulum is swinging pretty quickly now because so many people jumped on the bandwagon that now it's really really YouTube, really. And unfortunately, now, there's this nice little window where people can get away with assault. Because no one's gonna believe the next person that goes, we'll meet too. Me too early on. I mean think about it. Any actress now? That wants to come out and say me too too late. No one's gonna believe her and it could have happened yesterday. And people think it's because they want their thing. So now, we have an issue of of people who were assaulted not be believed. We have an issue of people who might not have ever been assaulted still claiming, and we also know that you could ruin a person's life there easily. By accusing them or something, and they are going to be guilty until proven innocent. We have changed the whole system. So rapidly. And unfortunately now for the better.
Florida pastor's wife dies from flu-related complications, family says
"Is a little shocking We're, off of timber right, ending, the summer and a Florida pastor's wife. Has already died from the flu Forty. Six year old mother of three died earlier, this week after suffering. From complications of the flu and pneumonia and usually if you. Die of the flu you're dying from pneumonia Nicole Arnold who's pastor husband Scott asks Facebook friends for prayers on Sunday she was barely complaining about feeling feverish she. Was taking care of other family members would, fallen ill before her So She had written on August twenty third. Flew I hate. You can anyone say school is back in, session bring on the. Germs And so just a week ago she had emojis and all that she was talking about being sick she confirmed a comment that the illness had. Acted in a domino effect around their house affecting their three girls were just started their, senior freshman at second grade school years, she said every day this. Week of its a pediatrician with one kid. Or the other. They do a double take and say weren't, you just your yesterday It, was a joke vite today She was right writing all. This, on social media by Sunday unfortunately Arnold's condition. Had worsened, who takes the hospital her husband a passer journey church Jupiter posted that she was diagnosed. With type a flu and ammonia As we know type a. Type, b viruses of the flu or what we. Try to protect against with our flu shot type as usually huge when it comes to FEMA and They're very nasty both And the flu vaccine can help protect against influence. Eight and some, bees So they admitted into the hospital and then unfortunately she didn't leave She was moved to the intensive care. Unit this pneumonia worsened and it's Just takes makes you stop and go. Wait a second here okay You know this can happen to anyone of. Us Flu I think is getting, nastier in meaner and no one's talking about this. But I, think pneumonia is getting nastier and meaner Now when, we saw a lot of these flu related deaths this last, flu season the majority of them were from pneumonia You know and kids were dying from pneumonia and the kids get vaccinated against. Pneumonia as kids as, infants we give them the Previn are We give them the the him was influenza vaccine we give vaccines that should be protecting them. Doesn't matter as sensitive protested ammonia It just means that. Infection in the lung, but the most common type. Of bacterial pathogens these kids are vaccinated against, we've absolutely older individuals as well Maybe these bacteria are. Getting meaner and nastier and trickier Maybe it's not the flu but it's the pneumonia And I'm afraid if we, see another flu season like, we did last year We're going to ignore it said oh well it's a bad vaccine and, all, the news articles are. Going to, be about the vaccine and you like, well wait a second here you know maybe we're vaccinated against the wrong thing Maybe we, need to be upping our pneumonia vaccines What flu Now the nasal vaccine has made, a comeback whatever the nasal spray flu vaccine was not recommended by the CDC Well. Now the CDC is recommending that you can't, use the nasal spray because now it's more effective than previous years So the CDC, has recommended us get the flu shot by the end of October. And if you don't like needles the nasal spray the problem is you cannot give the nasal spray to an. Infant? I believe they? Have, to, be at least two years old educa- give the nasal spray to a pregnant person why what's the difference well The flu shot is a killed portion of the virus so, it is not supposed to make you sick or the. Nasal spray is a live attenuated version meaning it's a weakened. Version of the virus so we don't want to give that someone who is pregnant we don't want. To give it to an infant, so the nasal, sprays only recommended if you're between the ages of two and forty. Nine that's all it was tested off from what I've seen we're already hearing that many places are stocking with. Flu? Shots many places? Are Already starting to vaccinate and so we're going to be. Later talking about this year's flu vaccine and what we anticipate. It's a b You know I'm almost wondering and I wrote this last year if maybe we. Should shut up About how effective the vaccine is when we don't. Even know, I mean I do we really know how effective it's going to be this year If a lot of the? Deaths are pneumonia related and here regard well it's all eighteen percent effective or thirty, percent effective how do we know? For the flu season starts so. What, happened is we, had a person who died last year and she said why didn't get the flu shot because they said it wasn't effective well it was affective even ten percent. Of the, time fifty. Percent of the time that's still better than not getting it And so I think, in the media we make such? A big deal about you know. The, vaccine effectiveness because, it's a nice big juicy story and then people say well then I'm not going to get it And a, good year a. Real good year for, flu, vaccine effectiveness isn't the sixty percent range So right now, the recommended for the flu season anybody over the age of six months Gets a flu vaccine the nasal spray is, only for people that are over to You cannot give. It to adults over fifty pregnant women people. Who've had allergic reaction people have we we can immune systems people. Taking antiviral drugs people, who have Bray after a previous dose of influenza. Recent Gabri if you're currently sick if you have current asthma So we do. Not have the new numbers on how effective they think, it's going to be you see the CDC's trying to talk about it but we just don't have that. Yet,
"genesis communications" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Seven seven zero see the bicker Genesis communications network. For make this show happen. Big things Jason who was working the dials and thinks you all for tuning in we really do appreciate it Follow us on Twitter and on Facebook the doctor Dalia show so the reason, why, we're, bringing, up, the, subject of. Naloxone Narcan drug overdoses is one believe we're being told that, now what. One hundred twenty people a day are dying of narcotic overdoses whether it. Be heroin fed to know Overtaken vicodin mixing it with other drugs and people are kind of scratching their head why here we are in the year two thousand eighteen we don't have. Our finger on the pulse of it And we're not figuring this out Well we are figuring it out But improper I mean we're, think, we're figuring it out politically PR standpoint we think we are And we're starting to see some. Bumps in the road So what such thing, that the government did is all pharmacies give out Marquette Give out to anybody go ahead Now's. The doctor I. Wasn't upset about I wasn't. Opposed to that Paramedics are already strapped if some of. Them can't get to you for a few minutes and I think Demi Lovato's case, was about four. And a half minutes. That Narcan we'll save life It will, reverse the opioid Effects on the brain temporarily because it, will compete with the opioid. Preventing the opioid from binding But there's a caveat to, this there's a little problem It's dosing. Only lasts so long And, if you have more narcotic circulating then you have no oxygen which is usually the case You can have a relapse some, people need to nor can't shot some people need more Then we also need to have respiratory. Support and cardiac support So, when we first discussed pharmacies get it out I was like now is everybody are all laid people prepared and. Knowledgeable and educated on what this means and what to do Do you give the shot wait and see and then call nine one one no You? Know, did, we educate everybody when the, law said go ahead give everybody narc? Him well yeah there's instructions? In the package, but how many people read their? Instructions There's an art to. Try to reverse a drug. Overdose and, deputizing did general public is not a bad, idea I, want education spread I? Want, everyone, to be medical professionals if, they can I think it's vital ratio But you wonder if maybe some of these debts that. We're hearing from people. That did get there no lock zone but nobody called. Nine one one in time And is there an argument that somebody is giving, somebody who gives Narcan maybe d'alene medical care You call nine one one Then. You give the narc him Hopefully not more than a second or two in between If you can't find the phone fine the I So why is the pharmacy refusing to give Narcan. Without a prescription there is a law protecting them Technically they're supposed to be, no harm in a non emergency re. Provider administer arcade with fake they think is experiencing an overdose but? Then I see something, like this Somebody asked a lawyer website My brother died in the. Cause of death is undetermined. We have a debt start we have, to death certificates. Once says Narcan, was used. The other said it wasn't we have witnesses saying they saw. EMT's use it on him Do. I have a lawsuit if EMT's use Narcan on my brother Even though he wasn't overdosing on opioids So are? You serious are people looking to sue EV Narcan was used And the person wasn't having opioid withdrawal or. A or a overdose Maybe this pharmacist as little as it go I don't want it on me If somebody. Dies because somebody gave it wrong And, so because they will nobody's. Doing, well no once you. Have, one lawsuit yeah there's a president then yeah It, opens up to a world of liability that's the. Question do I have lawsuit, EMT's use Narcan? On, my brother even though he. Wasn't, overdosing on narcotics on. Opiates Now does not lock zone have side, effects of course does Eddie drug has side effects You can have, agitation according. To Rx, dot com high or, low blood pressure cardiac arrhythmias shortness of breath pulmonary Dima. They say, you go onto philosophy seizures coma Narcan. Is a fantastic medication at. Least we're taught give it whenever you have somebody who has a pulse has. Slow shallow breathing and you're. Not sure what's going on. Give them the NAR Cam there's a higher the. Not chance that it could, be an, Conaco for dose, you've got. Nothing to, lose and I agree, with, that But it's. Not a thousand percent safe. You have some people asking If they could sue somebody. Who gave it to them Now technically you're supposed. To as, a good Samaritan have laws that protect you and again I have no idea what all the different losses are that are out there But we need to stop and. Think for a second before, we just wildly say all right you know what everybody get this you, know have this on hand. And do what you need to do I'd really like to, know was with Demi Levato was the hand given. First before nine one one nine one. One call first and did they talk them through administering the dark him. Personally I, think everybody should have darkened in their house everybody should have an epi pen Everybody should have first aid Kids and Well, the especially, you know there's emergencies, that happen and I think we all need to be trained on, CPR basically if support a whole variety. Of things so we could start administering care right then and, there again doctors are, rocket scientists so you don't have to be super smart to. Do this you anybody can do this Okay But there's gotta be some education with. It And they're asked to, be the discussion of don't be shooting heroin Don't be mixing alcohol and Marcotte IX Don't be partying What at least one person not. Sober watching over you You know we have designated drivers and we did a good job with that urging that somebody's a designated driver And every time I haven't met my house Every, time I have an event in, my house? I always drive you? Guys leaving are you what are you, doing and, so I, think we that movement what really really, well, I think a lot of people know look I'm the one that's not drinking because I'm the designated driver and it's usually somebody. Who doesn't really. Drink alcohol to begin with so that's good I, always have a friend that doesn't drink alcohol so there are designated driver They don't like going out with us but. You know at. Least at least we invite them at least they're, part of the group so Do you. Have that with people who party well, if you're using, the legal drugs many people don't want one person sitting there looking like a. Narc Look like, a car they they wanna know the everybody's a part of this It's not fun when somebody. Is sitting there watching you get high but maybe we, need to do. That same thing have. A designated person that doesn't. Get wasted doesn't get stoned And again Demi. Lovato has, her right to privacy everybody has a medical, right to privacy But if any of these people overdosing Are overdosing easier With less narcotic because they have marijuana on board Because of alcohol on board zanex or other drugs on board That may be something that we need to know If marijuana well exacerbate your ability to overdose such that you, may think one or two pills is not much. But you have marijuana on board just multiplies it Then we need to know that Nobody really explained to. Us how he fled your died we heard maybe it was invited. In plus he had some wine plus he had, some Xen ads plus he added Was it just one pill each we're their narcotics. Involved so that news broke.
Only 23 Percent of Americans Meet National Exercise Guidelines
"Seventy ocd a l i big things the genesis communications network from making the show happen thanks jason who was working the dial jason is really cuddly guys gotta be jason he's so sweet and vic thanks you all for tuning in we've jason pick up dam today and big thanks for tuning in we've really appreciate it please don't forget to follow us on twitter and on facebook the doctor dolly show so the cdc is ripping us a new one same we're not getting enough vegetables and last week report from the cdc says we're not getting enough exercise either so basically we suck that's what the cdc is telling us and we need that we need the government telling us that we saw we we do i think it's very motivational don't you think so the broad says that only twenty three percent of americans are meeting the federal standards set in two thousand eight for time spent exercising now ten years ago the department of health and human services publish national and statewide exercise guidelines their goal was that twenty point one percent of adults actively following the guidelines by the year twenty twenty nationally between two thousand ten two thousand fifteen twenty two point nine percent adults met that goal but they said subsisted vary by state very by work status sex gender etc so so there's an ashley eighteen point seven percent of women and twenty seven point two percent of men hit the target goal mississippi held the lowest percentage mississippi always seems to be at the bottom of the list when it comes to health type stuff really feel bad for mississippi i've never been there and i i think my plane is traveled through jackson mississippi but i you know i've never been there and i'd like to i mean i'm sure it's a beautiful state and there's lots of reasons to go outside is beautiful not sure what's going on over there but had the lowest percentage of thirteen point five percents but the top state was colorado at thirty two point five percent okay well colorado you got the rockies guy bean yeah i could see that colorado's nice cool crisp crispin green and beautiful state anyway states folly wall between the national average were concentrated the southeast most western states ranks above average or you think california would be a biggie because they got all the water you know so the hhs guidelines advise adults age eighteen to sixty four should participate in some type of muscle strengthening activity at least twice a week paired with moderate aerobic exercise for one hundred fifty minutes a week or seventy five minutes per week if you are vigorously working out now i think that is a huge under estimation i just think that's that's too small so i work out and not very vigorously okay i until i find a sports bra that does the job i mean i gotta keep the vigor at a minimum otherwise not the cats you know off the treadmill but i do probably an average of about one hundred twenty minutes a day and so that is a day so one hundred fifty minutes per week and one hundred twenty minutes day my is you guys are see my but it's i mean you know they had to give me an extra extra large jason has ordered be an extra wide chair for the studio and he heads don't just do the one hundred fifty minutes per week but to think that twenty three percent are getting that and that's.
Are Apple Watch new features worth the price?
"I think we've reached a point here where ending all these features to the apple watch and still selling a cheaper model you know the previous year's model or before that apple of course is already selling more units than fitbit which starts what seventy five dollars or something well one is an exception it is under one hundred dollars i don't know what the current process but the the fitbit watches a couple of hundred i mean it's still cheaper than the what i mean there's still an audience for fitbit there is because there are a lot of people who don't want all this stuff the apple watch does they just want something to record activity my son still uses a nike watch the gps so he can track is running he doesn't want an apple watch and he's really an apple fan boy i sent him an apple watch when i bought the series three i sent him the apple watch series too and he only used it a few times it doesn't really like it i understand that i might get an apple watch someday but i have this twelve dollar and eightyeight cent walmart watch and gains a few seconds every month i have to adjust the calendar is dumb it doesn't know months that are less than thirty one days but swelled hours and eighty eight cents to three year old watch i have to replace the battery every year for less than six dollars at walmart and they do it for you it's not like the jewelry store charges fifteen dollars so at this point for what i need to watch which tell the time i'm happy i have my iphone someday if someone buys me an apple wash i would not refuse it i would certainly be happy to try one i just haven't seen the jet yeah it's not for everyone this is the kind of thing that for me i bought it because i write about it and we've talked in the past over the years that i used it for a while and then i stopped using it and they used it again.
Ebola death toll rises to 22 in Congo
"Zero c d a l big things genesis communications network for making the show happen brad and jason working the dials and big thanks to you all for tuning in we really do appreciate it delegate to follow us on twitter at dr dalia and on facebook the doctor w show all right so let's give you an update on bola a catholic priest has been quarantined in the democratic republican of congo after being infected with evola as health officials today actually revised down the number of deaths to twenty two they said we have cortina priest from the diocese of amid van daca biko who tested positive for the ebola virus a medical source told afp on thursday under a condition of nominated many religious authorities in the town could not be immediately contacted the congolese health ministry on friday published a new death toll for the latest outbreak four we laboratory tests on buddies the overall deaths as of may twenty third confirmed is twenty two and not the previously reported twenty seven so the number of those infected was also provides down from fifty eight down to fifty two including thirty one confirmed thirteen probable and eight suspected cases so it was not possible to establish whether the priests was among them the authorities explained the downward revisions by seeing some cases attributed to a bola had proven negative after laboratory testing qian's shelves on may eight announced cases of the notorious hemorragic fever in a remote northwestern district called biko that's where the started last thursday then the first case was reported in the city of one point two million me van daca which is a transport hub located over congress congo since then red alerts have been issued people have been on high very very high alert vaccines have been shipped in vaccination has started and they are trying to contain this in lightning speed being told that the abullah number has been revised down is very reassuring considering every day we were being told of new cases now some of you will say no no no no no dr dalia could be naive they're not telling us they are not telling us they're they're you know they don't wanna scare nobody had really economy and all that i don't know i mean maybe you're right i don't know vides their explanation of somebody died we got the testing back.
Tesla Model 3 braking problems, new electric SUVs, 2-cylinder pickup: The Week in Reverse
"Our final segment with derek kessler on the live talking about tesla and the fact that tesla now is probably going to stick with the low end luxury market and also they're going to have the pickup trucks when's that going to happen i honestly don't know about the pickup truck there's part of me that just a tongue in cheek joke but at the same time it could very much happened we've seen the power of these vehicles have a model x toda's seventy seven boeing jet earlier this week as a publicity stunt for qantas but it's just a consumer vetoing wide body jetliner down the tarmac so these definitely have the power to be able to do that as some of the newest large mining equipment massive trucks are kerry or all around are fully electric which is kind of remarkable they actually use regenerative braking on the way down to fully recharge their battering drive back up to the top of the mountain as or a consumer version of that i don't know because part of it comes down to ask to be a lot more durable least in theory than a sedan has to be i five five chevy silverado i expected to be able to just take a beating and right now we have the aluminum body aluminum frame battery pack skateboard design of these cars may not be able to handle what you can throw at a an f one fifty or a jeep that i can see very much here in terms of reliability it's not going to be nearly as good but it's a test case at this point right it very much as well you know as i said i'm still not going to buy one unless they reach a point where i can't dry but then i guess with lift over that's where it's going to happen so that's going to be pretty good i still find it unfortunate though that we can't buy we can't accept sedans like we used to because that's hardly matter of saving money and saving gas because i think most people who drive the suv's are the trucks they don't have a big family there they have one person yeah yeah you'd see the vast majority ours driving down the highway there's one person in them whether the vast majority of cars driving down the.
"genesis communications" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Zero c d a l i genesis communications network for making things to manny who was working the big things to offer to the then we really do predate it doesn't to follow us on twitter at dr diane on facebook that after dali show so i got a facebook message back and it was what we were talking about sexual harassment in the workplace and he writes are all dirty jokes off the table what about if we're going to happy hour every first friday we go out and drink and getting a little flirty but it's offsite boundaries so you know a lot of people don't know what to do now at work and i don't know if you've noticed but it's really boring at work it is boring you know you can't say anything hi how are you weather weather's kinda hot gas getting hot let's see you go gosh wrong i said nice to see you is that going to be considered sexual harassment people are besides themselves your workplace is a very very dangerous place for you now for all of us and growing up i don't wanna say in the eighties eighties i was in school i was i was a kid in the eighties but in the nineties is when i was in school it was in graduate school college graduate school and i had a variety of jobs i waited tables i worked at a bar wherever and so there was a lot of discourse and conversations that nowadays you your life would be ruined for somebody's saying to me what they said back in the nineties could potentially be something that would prevent them from ever getting a job again and we've talked about this how the rules changed and everybody's been made aware of the rules but i don't.
Heavy drinking may increase 'bad' bacteria in your mouth, study finds
"And alcohol seems to increase pms risk by altering the level of hormones such as gannett atropine during the menstrual cycle all right so your advice then is for how do you know if this going to affect you because some women it may affect some women not effect i'm women are really tormented by their pms symptoms and i would look at your lifestyle and i would try on an individual basis see what the alcohol does to it and and see where it had a thread that needle all right also those who are heavy drinkers are at risk for what else this is this is neat this is so human microbiome you're going to be interested in this consists of the trillions of bacteria and other microbes that naturally dwell in the body there are links between the makeup of the guts microbiome and risks of various diseases we know that the more diversity in the gut microbiome the better and the news this week from the medical journal microbiome is that people who drink more than the recommended daily limit of alcohol have an unhealthy knicks of bacteria and their mouths those who drink relatively heavily have fewer good bacteria in their mouths and more band bacteria including bugs that have been linked to gum disease heart disease and cancer so drinking kills the good bugs in your mouth and it goes down into your system the reason alcohol is something that would wipe out what we use for a cleanser alcohol is a cleaner isn't it but it seems to this seems to be one of the mechanisms by alcohol is so toxic in high doses to the body because it seems to selectively take out the good bacteria and leave the bad bacteria wow so that's a big that's very interesting stuff when you put two and two together there the equations not too good so word to the wise is officially do you think sometimes telling people like this really startles them enough to change their habit or something as powerful as alcohol addiction the people listen to that i come on or they don't have enough willpower to even if they know it's wrong if they listen to you and they hear what the negative impact is they still may not have the it's it's a it's a mind body thing isn't it your sign es what you're trying to say i.
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"In and listened to my singing vic thanks to genesis communications network at least i'm thanking you guys vic thanks demanding is working the dials vic thanks for tuning that we really do push a follow us on twitter dr dalia and on facebook the doctor dolly show i haven't seen a video of this yet guys have you apparently aunts have been found to explode sacrificing itself for the colony this came out a couple of days ago fascinating species okay supposed to talk to you guys about prostates cholesterol but i i'd rather talk about ants right now this is so cool stuff couple stories on ants but we're told that a freshly discovered species call a bob sis exploded that's their name the genius is colored boxes and lake do like thought type of thing and exploded says the species name has been observed in the rainforests of southeast asia and they make the ultimate sacrifice blowing their bodies apart in an attempt to stop predators i have got to see a video of this i i don't know what the doctor says i think i i really don't know what they're doing so i'll have to look it up later but they say our knowledge of exploded ants can be traced back tomorrow than a century ago with various species recorded literature back in the nineteen hundreds the mystery has surrounded their existence for decades with no new species discovered since nineteen thirty five then all of a sudden there was a research team made of entomologist botanist microbiologists chemists from austria thailand borneo and they ventured into the forests of southeast asia throughout these long trips from two thousand fourteen to two thousand sixteen that they've got some fresh and they saw the colo bob says exploded blow up an action at multiple nesting sites ranging from the forest floor the canopy and the team faldo when these ads are threatened by a predator the minor workers will start tearing their bodies apart now it results in a media death but when they rupture their body wall a toxic sticky liquid from glands will kill the enemy or fend off other enemies coming.
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"It is exquisite appear thinks genesis communications network for makeup show happen thinks jason who was working the dials and thanks for tuning in we really do appreciate it feels good to follow us on twitter doctor dahlia and on facebook that after delhi show all right so more and more we are hearing very very scary headlines about the flu season which are we are currently in peak of and this last headline from the else's tough flu season could kill tens of thousands they say millions of americans are currently suffered from the influenza virus we have numbers of how many people we also don't have people that are suffering from the flu going to the doctor so the ones that are being affected by the flu living through it we may not get those numbers cat people who are dying however those numbers are going to be tallied we still don't have we the they're still sank thirty seven children as of mid january but we do not have numbers for adults and we don't have the latest numbers as of january influence activity as we know is widespread and forty nine states again hawaii is been very lucky knock on what flew rates are at higher levels and forty states in a puerto rico court to the cdc they say about six point six percent of all hospital doctor visits so far this year are for flu like l mrs they said these rates are comparable to the last two notably that flew she says the two thousand fourteen thousand fifteen were they has to meet at thirty four million americans contracted the flu and fifty six thousand died and the two thousand nine pandemic that sent millions of americans have hospital which was each one in one so for the past three weeks the entire country has been experiencing lots of flu all at the same time now what's a little odd about that is usually there's perks and you know it just seemed all of a sudden blanket the country so obviously the influenza viruses were among the public health communities' greatest concerns it's very commute over easi could sneeze breathe you know look if somebody in apparently if they pick up any droplets in your breath from it they get infected.
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"D o c d a l i to genesis communications network for me to the show happen pinks jason who was working the dials thinks your for tuning and we really do appreciate it doesn't get to follow us on twitter adopted dahlia in on facebook deducted ali show so yes esf has fired the head of their sexual harassment prevention office apparently they fired i'm last spring after determining that he ordered an employee to falsify dates on complaints to make it appear that they were handled more efficiently according to the chronicle and the medical school you see us f confirmed that it fired christina peres abelson in april after an investigation prompted by a whistle blower found the kid instructed our staff to hide files from an auditor she had been on paid leave since june two thousand sixteen according to the investigators report from the california public records act now peres abelson drive the findings of call the investigation process an adequate in an interview she painted a picture of an office overwhelmed by rising number of sexual harassment complaints to feel employees and poor guidance from the university of california take orders on such key questions when the official start date of a complete should be now you see a subset of fired presidentials them for quote students misconduct that included in struck in her subordinates withhold files from an auditor falsify dates on case files and our office and back date investigative report this actually was taken after a thorough investigation into whistleblower complaints now she is an attorney she was hired in august two thousand thirteen sue became director other prevention of harassment discrimination here's as a number of complaints you see us have spiralled upward nine uc berkeley students and alumni have come forward that he's a campus officials of treated their sexual assault allegations from lightly that's an action that precipitated an avalanche of such a reser complaints and university campuses across the country within months dozens more student from you see alone filed complaints with the us department.
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"A l i did things that genesis communications network for me gives you happen vic thanks to blake whose work in the dials and thanks for tuning in we really do appreciate it get to follow us on twitter at dr die in on facebook dalai show ona said that we should bring our pets to work because it really helps us with our stress because they hold off for i think that you hold off of that because if you have pets like mine i don't think it's going to help i've posted on twitter and my facebook our new dogeared new be sean or anyway my kids named lucy she says she's little mrs lose mommy lose lose the smell use the i like the israeli wet then the don't ask but anyway israeli works but i just an adorable little doggy but the promises she's not nestle and on you know when i'm at work i can't wait to komo i can't wait to hang out with her but now this morning at kuwait lever so age you know i talk about on the show how to stress the less have less stress and i i spent so much time on that because there are medical ramifications of this so this latest study says if you work for the fifty five hours away week it significantly increases your risk of developing serious heart problems they say you are forty percent more likely to have an irregular heartbeat then if you work a normal working week of thirty five to forty hours okay well oh no normal work week of thirty five to forty hours what kind of the job these thirty five to forty hour work week are you kidding me please they say long shifts were already known to increase the risk of stroke but the lakewood heart rhythm problems was not previously known by harbor the problems are looking at hov it's very tough inflation we have kind of a misfiring of the electrcity chat rather than a nice predictable by the the the the you know allowed.
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"See the air i thinks genesis communications network for making the show will happen and big things against the who has worked in the dow's really do appreciate it i guy so why sites always hullabaloo and all this excitement overcome super foods and superfood started to make them so i either tolerance super for decades you know all you got this blue this is what you need grapefruit was a big superfood you know in the nineteen eighties but the definition of a superfood is something that is so packed was so many amazing vitamins or immune stimulator cetera that is better than any vitamin out there and it's natural and it's easy to eat a casey nobody ever says a vegetable lasagna with extra mushrooms as a superfood usually talk about superfood they talk about something that you could grab and you could step in your mouth okay so i guess we have a new superfood here that i better of some of these are super super new but we have eight super talked about in the lives article here this comes from healthy stuff i and rko is not on the list who i do not eat kale i think every the tail used to be superfood for years in the early two thousands everybody has kale it's there's new why is so black currence they say the new beat root black current are going to take the stage two thousand seventeen of the these superfood of the year due to its nitric oxide content they have found muscle and fat fat burning benefits of beat route this nitric oxide seems to relax the blood vessels allowing more profusion they say rich in antioxidants known as the anthem science that's what gives that the dark color black currents are being hailed as the new beat route because of their effects on muscle recovery was the route like big you're like oranges the new black i need was beat rooms alight supposed to be some i had no idea i talk about these superfood stories all the time then i just go back and by carbs the i you know please universities studies of tests of new zealand black current extract taking it supplement form for concentrated dose it increase fat loss by up to a third during exercise either pay attention to this one delayed the blood the.