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Fresh update on "heart attack" discussed on Let's Talk Wellness Now

Let's Talk Wellness Now

00:44 min | 11 min ago

Fresh update on "heart attack" discussed on Let's Talk Wellness Now

"Whole variety of thrombotic syndromes, including partial portal vein thrombosis in the abdomen and deep vein is thrombosis as of September 24th, 2021, the CDC is telling us that we've had 7582 heart attacks provoked afterwards. We've had 3427 cases of what's called thrombocytopenia low platelets. Paradoxically, some of these thrombotic events occur in what's called vaccine induced thrombocytopenic purpura. This is actually now a new disease caused by the vaccines. And here, the body is tricked into getting excessive antigenic presentation of platelets and they form antibodies against platelet factor four that pins down the platelets against the blood vessel wall and provokes a thrombosis in this setting of thrombocytopenia. So this is called VITT. It's a new disease. And unlike the other forms of vaccine injuries, it usually occurs about two weeks afterwards. So if patients about two weeks after injection start to get blood in their urine, easy bleeding, end up with a stroke or a heart attack immediately suspect VITT and then one would need a complete blood count. For the general assessment of hypercoagulability with the natural infection and now with the vaccine, the tests we do is actually the D dimer because the spike protein attaches to sialic acid residues on the surface of red blood cells, as shown by David chime, who's a former NIH researcher. We know the micro thrombosis is this unique part of the pro coagulant aspect of both the vaccine and of the respiratory infection due to the spike protein. What triggers our recognition is the D dimer. So again, with the natural infection and even post vaccine, we're on high alert for thrombotic complications when the D dimers above the reference range. Wow. Are you seeing your colleagues actually be proactive and checking these numbers in cases of people who are at risk or have concerns or are they just ignoring some of the things that we know to do naturally because someone has COVID? We haven't had a report from our CDC and FDA from the very beginning. I think the minimum expectations would be monthly reports on safety. So the sponsors of the program, they have all the data..

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Joe Biden Make Poor Joke About Freedom and Vaccine Mandate

The Dan Bongino Show

01:59 min | 2 d ago

Joe Biden Make Poor Joke About Freedom and Vaccine Mandate

"All right Jim you got 6 Here is the bag of bones the Pino president name only Say nah he's vaccine mandates freedom Schmidt I'm not kind of stuff Check this out I waited until July To talk about mandating because I tried everything else possible The mandates are working All the stuff about people leaving and people will have you have everyone for United Airlines to spirit all these airlines We're not going to get all 96 97% of the people have gotten the vaccine All the talk about all these folks who are going to leave the military If they're mandated not true you got about a 90 some percent vaccination rate I mean so the idea is that look the two things that concern me one are those who just try to make this a political issue Freedom I'm the freedom to kill you with my COVID No I'm freedom Screw you Now you don't That's how Arnold feels Notice how dangerous that argument is One how ridiculous and absurd it is which is everything that emanates from the soup cooler of Joe Biden That argument could be used for anything If you don't eat your broccoli and you then in turn get obese and have a heart attack and take away my room in the hospital when I need an emergency room did you take away my freedom If you smoke or decide to drink and then drink and drive which is obviously a very stupid thing to do when you take out a family of you know three and four kids and mom and dad Did you take away their freedom You took away their life

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Fresh "Heart Attack" from Weekend Edition Sunday

Weekend Edition Sunday

00:26 min | 13 hrs ago

Fresh "Heart Attack" from Weekend Edition Sunday

"Are drawn to the precautionary principle Whenever an innovation threatens to cause harm we should be exceedingly cautious before we allow it Examples in the history of medical advances demonstrate that in its most extreme forms the precautionary principle is self defeating The general point is you have to keep trying and don't let a setback make it so that you simply stop pushing forward So probably the best example for me because I lived through it because I'm at the University of Pennsylvania was Jesse gelsinger So Jesse Kelsey was a 19 year old man who lacked a certain liver enzyme that helped him convert food into energy which meant he was taking 30 pills a day and he had a restrictive diet which is hard for a teenager A teenager So he was willing to allow himself to be part of a trial where he received a gene therapy which was a common cold virus called adenovirus that was genetically engineered so that he couldn't reproduce itself and cause disease And what happened was very soon after he got that he had an overwhelming kind of sepsis like response I mean it looked like he had been infected with a bacteria that had overwhelmed him That actually ended up helping a lot of people down the line when you saw that he had an overproduction of an immune protein called interleukin 6 And at the time there was nothing to have countered that Now we have a monoclonal antibody called tocilizumab which can counter that Would that really put a chill in gene therapy research It really set it back a solid 20 years And I think we should have just learned from that and moved forward Instead you know we put all these kind of federal regulations to make sure it didn't happen again but of course it was going to happen again I mean you can't really legislate out these kinds of unfortunate problems because as you move forward into new territory you're always going to be surprised by some of the things that you find What was kind of chilling about what happened to Jesse genzlinger what decades ago was that he experienced cytokine storm a phrase we learned during COVID His immune system overreacted Many people in the early stages of COVID died precisely for that reason That's right And now we know that dexamethasone which is a steroid that inhibits your ability to develop a vigorous immune response is helpful You would think it would be counterintuitive to give something to suppress your immune system during an infection but that was exactly the right thing to do But again we learned as we went What are the things that the public ought to keep in mind then when taking in coverage of a new medicine or procedure or breakthrough I think you should get all the information you can So on October 26th the FDA's vaccine advisory committee will meet to discuss vaccines for the 5 to 11 year old They'll probably be about several thousand children who will have gotten this vaccine and will have data on what their immune response was will have data on safety We may well not have data on whether or not it worked We're going to try and say that well if you had this immune response it's likely to work Is that enough Is that enough information Do we know enough then to go forward and give this vaccine into hundreds of thousands or millions or tens of millions of children But realize that on the other side you know we're seeing a 150,000 cases in children a week We're seeing 2000 children being hospitalized every week Children now account for more than a quarter of the cases as this delta variant has reached down into this susceptible population and is causing them to be more likely to be infected than they were when the virus first came into the United States which point they only accounted for 3% of infections So this is now a childhood disease When do we know enough remembering that we never know everything And so that's always the balance that you have to take I mean I think that from the standpoint of a parent if the FDA has reviewed it if the CDC has reviewed it and they have come forward with the notion that we think we know enough I think that's fair because remember if you choose not to get it you may be one of those unfortunate parents who have to deal with their child in the hospital or worse Finally why did you title your book You bet your life Because at some level we always are I'm adding our life I mean if you look for example if this is a story just in the news in the last couple of weeks you know aspirin therapy you used to be given for everybody who was at high risk of a stroke or high risk of the heart attack had high levels of bad cholesterol had high blood pressure And then they sort of modified that to really it should just be for those people who've already had a stroke or had a heart attack Because if you take aspirin you know you increase your risk of bleeding including severe bleeding bleeding between your skull and your brain bleeding behind your eye et cetera So there are risks to taking aspirin And now even that's being modified you're always at some level betting your life And I guess in part it's because I'm.

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Advice shifting on aspirin use for preventing heart attacks

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last week

Advice shifting on aspirin use for preventing heart attacks

"Advice on aspirin use for preventing heart attacks has changed a bit an influential health guidelines group now says older adults without heart disease should not take daily aspirin to prevent a first heart attack or stroke the draft guidance posted online by the U. S. preventive services task force backtracks a bit and puts the panel more in line with other medical groups the recommendations explained bleeding wrist for adults in their sixties and outweigh any potential prevention benefits from aspirin it's different for adults in their forties though the panel says they may want to consider taking daily aspirin if they have no bleeding risks since there is a potential small benefit I actually out there

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Fresh update on "heart attack" discussed on Acupuncture is my Life

Acupuncture is my Life

01:30 min | 14 hrs ago

Fresh update on "heart attack" discussed on Acupuncture is my Life

"If to understand. Calcium supplement can increase your risk of heart attack. Especially if you don't know what you don't you should look to sit with an acupuncturist for easter nutrition. Counseling if you don't know the proper food sources to tame adequate amounts of calcium on a daily basis. I see this many times along with seeing physician on an annual or sometimes semi annual basis sitting with an acupunctures for regular wellness visit. You can't go wrong. You remove such burden from your shoulders another. You want look to do is i. Let's lose iron supplementation. I mean i understand deficiency. Anemia has severe consequences of can have severe consequences to purchase l. Help ingesting too much iron cannons. Well first and foremost for women after menopause. If you're an iron supplementation you don't need it. You're not losing as much blood on a regular basis as you once did. That's number one but two. You can get higher from foods from foods. You don't need supplements. I mean i. Am you see again see an acupuncturist for regular wellness visits. Why because if domino acupuncture is super awesome even mock sebastian therapy on the abdomen improves nutrient absorption from foods. In which we we see many many many individuals here at the acupunctures my life clinic in new york city for this reason. Okay because taking too much iron it can build up in your audit lead to liver dysfunction. Different hard issues. It can even contribute to diabetes. First and foremost is best that you know why you taking whatever supplement you taking and how deficient your body is so if you eating two three meals a day is your body. Absorbing proper nutrients the appropriate amount in which a body need. That's if you're not eating a bunch of junk food process food. Ultra processed foods genetically modified organisms. This is why tell you when over health is well. The wealth isn't in the bank. it's not safe. It's not in your pocket. It's not under the doghouse in the backyard. it's not india matches. It's not in a shoebox in your closet. It's not your purse continue. The wealth is in you and it's all about understanding now another you may want to consider removing from your diet is liquorice. Dan nano liquorice. Root licorice. root is my favorite. But too much of it. They were those especially over the age of forty. Why because liquorice root or liquorice increases a person's blood pressure now over forty. A blood pressure's gonna start to go up anyway. You don't wanna add yes. Liquorice root tastes delicious. I love licorice. Tea with the half of manuka honey bone awesome. But i'll have it once a week. Wait a minute. I just give away somewhat of an approximate ranges to my age while my bad but it tastes delicious but it increases your blood pressure so you may want to reconsider the amount of liquorice in which you're ingesting because let's just take a two week period where you're eating liquorice. Root on a regular basis doing that you will greatly increase the systolic and diastolic blood pressure. And begin to stiffen the lodge is you don't really want you want to be very careful. Sit with an acupuncturist and talk about all of this. You know what if you operating vehicle right now do me. A favor pulled over to the side of the phone road. I'm sorry see. I need some tea right now. i really do. I mean you pull your vehicle over to the side of the phone to the side of the road you crossing the street right now. Hurry up and safely get across the street and if you're carrying lifting something heavy do me a favor rested down. I need everyone in relaxed state including myself. Because i'm about to close my eyes. I need you to do the same thing. And i need you to say to yourself acupunctures in my life and now open boom. You're now brand new and brand new. You are now another you may want to consider. Stopping is dandelions. Now i know the further you get away from forty years of age and i'm talking about on the upside because you're not going backwards. In time. i noticed. I know that you notice. You may wake up more in the middle of the night to urinate your frequency to urinate increases with age. Guess what dandelions rooting.

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Megyn Kelly Hits Back After Being Labeled ‘Anti-Vax’

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:04 min | Last month

Megyn Kelly Hits Back After Being Labeled ‘Anti-Vax’

"Meghan i wanna do something. Now i regret doing. I've always liked david from. He used to be a fairly nice and influential person. he's been disintermediated from influence by donald trump. because he went crazy. I mean literally whatnot. Now you and i both have trump tattoos and so i can show them off. I can probably stand up with those people who line up in the media who've been assaulted by donald trump verbally lived to talk about it and laugh it off. David was kind of knocked off the balance beam. He's attacked you. This week is being an anti vaccine. I think you actually support vaccines like i do. I get my booster tomorrow. I'm going to Applaud when my grandchildren get back today because their mother has done a study of it and they're safe and qualified for and two of the three of them will be eligible for it. Why is david from attacking. You wrongfully liable ously. Really as an anti dr. Which carried almost slander per se business. It's kind of amusing to me. I'm definitely not an antibac- so i've said repeatedly that i'm provex vaccine. I've gotten it. My husband's gotten it. and i. i think everyone who wanted should get it. But i don't like these mandates. And i really don't like them for children and i've said publicly. I have three kids. Not one of whom is yet eligible for the vaccine. But i did lose my dad to a heart attack at age forty five and i have a heart issue and i worry about my children and their hearts because they've got a genetic predisposition to some frailty there so i'm watching the myocarditis thing very carefully and this should be a decision between their pediatrician. My husband and me and it shouldn't be forced on them. By joe biden or anybody else dr algae and there's a reason that the folks in europe have made a different decision. Our friends in the uk are not requiring twelve to fifteen year olds to get this and even when they get to be older. Sixteen they're only requiring one shot which is all the myocarditis seems to be happening after the second shot. Okay so these are the considerations but people don't consider insane our friends across the pond

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Fresh update on "heart attack" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak

Bloomberg Daybreak

00:18 sec | 16 hrs ago

Fresh update on "heart attack" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak

"45 over 92 One 80 over one 11 A 182 over a hundred And I had a heart attack and a cardiac arrest And then a stroke Your blood pressure numbers could change your life A lot of people don't understand including myself I didn't now I do The impact of having.

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Thinner, More Energetic Kim Jong Un Appears at North Korea

Between The Lines

01:21 min | Last month

Thinner, More Energetic Kim Jong Un Appears at North Korea

"Last week though. Midnight parade in pyongyang mark. The third anniversary of north korea's founding the thirty seven year old dictator kim jong un. He appeared well looking remarkably slimmer than just a few months ago. So doesn't north. Korean leaders slimmer waistline represent a sign that perhaps kim is healthier. If so does that just improve. He's position at home or does a sudden white loss reflect health condition if so is the jockeying for succession happening. Jeanne lee is a senior fellow at the wilson center in washington and a former pyongyang bureau chief for the associated press jane. Welcome to ibc's aaron. It's great to join. You know kim jong owns father. Kim jong il and grandfather kim. You'll soon they both died of heart attacks. So what's the significance of kim significant white loss actually north koreans consider being plump a sign of prosperity and success. So this is you know. Of course only. The elites can afford to eat well in north korea but in kim jong lions case his weight has crept up over the years. I've seen him over the past ten years. At first it was a little bit of baby fat but it's it became a lot more than that. Clearly somebody has said you need to address this

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Fresh update on "heart attack" discussed on Balance of Power

Balance of Power

00:32 min | 19 hrs ago

Fresh update on "heart attack" discussed on Balance of Power

"Is Bloomberg 11 three O now a global news update Two people are dead 5 injured after a car crashed into a group of spectators at a drag racing event in Texas The curve of police department says the accident happened at an event called race wars two Saturday when one of the race cars crashed into some parked vehicles and spectators The World Series will start Tuesday in Houston the Astros will have home field advantage and game one of the best of 7 series against the Atlanta Braves who are in the fall classic for the first time in 22 years The series moves to Atlanta for game three on Friday Former Arizona attorney general grant Woods has passed away after suffering a heart attack The former prosecutor and politician made a name for himself by breaking party lines and supporting democratic candidates and causes 11 works by Pablo Picasso that have been hanging in a Las Vegas hotel have just sold for over a $100 million A Sotheby's auction was held Saturday at the Bellagio hotel and casino on the Las Vegas Strip where the works have been on display for years in a restaurant called Picasso I'm Scott Carr You're listening to balancing power with David Weston on Bloomberg radio This week I talked with Pfizer CEO Albert borla in an.

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Bob Odenkirk Back on 'Better Call Saul' After Heart Attack

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last month

Bob Odenkirk Back on 'Better Call Saul' After Heart Attack

"The star of better call Saul is back at work after a health episode is back on the job six weeks after suffering a heart attack he has tweeted out a photo of himself getting made up to play the title character in the AMC series announcing his own return in the Tweedy says he is happy to be here and living this specific life surrounded by such good people he even gave a shout out to make up artist sherry Montesano soap making him quote not only for shooting holding crickets fifty eight he had what he described later that's a small heart attack on the set of the show in Albuquerque New Mexico on July twenty seventh I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Does an Aspirin a Day Keep the Doctor Away?

Nutrition Facts with Dr. Greger

01:54 min | Last month

Does an Aspirin a Day Keep the Doctor Away?

"Salicylic acid. The active ingredient in aspirin has been used for thousands of years as an anti inflammatory painkiller. In the form of willow tree bark extract. Which pocket is used to treat fever until alleviate pain during childbirth. It became trademarked as drug in eighteen. Ninety nine remains to this day probably the most commonly used drug in the world one of the reasons that remained so popular. Despite the fact that we have better painkillers now is that it also acts as a blood thinner. Millions of people. Now take aspirin. On a daily basis to treat or prevent heart disease it all started back in nineteen fifty three with the publication of this landmark. Study in the new england journal of medicine length of life and cause of death in rheumatoid arthritis paper started out with the sense. It has often been said that the way to live long life is to acquire rheumatism. They found fewer deaths than expected from accidents. Which could be explained by the fact that people with arthritis probably aren't out you know going skiing but also significantly fewer deaths from heart attacks. Maybe it was all the aspirin. They were taking for their joins. Those thinning their blood and preventing clots forming in their coronary arteries in their heart. And so in the nineteen sixties. There were calls to study whether aspirin would help those. At risk for blood clots and the nineteen seventies. We got our wish study suggesting regular aspirin intake protects against heart attacks today. The official recommendations that low dose aspirin is recommended for all patients with heart disease but in the general population for those without a known history of heart disease or stroke dealy. Aspirin is only recommended when the heart disease benefits outweigh the risks of

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How Did Larry Elder Become a Front-Runner in California’s Governor Race?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:01 min | 2 months ago

How Did Larry Elder Become a Front-Runner in California’s Governor Race?

"Here's the article in the new york times opinion piece by for odd manjoo. Brace yourself for the man who could become california's governor. Far hod writes in ordinary times. It would be fairly ridiculous to fret about. Larry elder becoming california's next governor. He's a longtime conservative. Talk radio host from los angeles a fixture of right wing punditry in the mold of rush. Limbaugh his schick is offense and outrage. He has mentored an oppo research. Gold mind of misogynistic and racially inflammatory. Soundbites i always love this one. That larry elder the black conservative is a racist. It's there's they're about as self aware as sheila. It's so funny to me to read this kind of stuff. And it's and this article in the new york times but california sometimes feels as prone to political earthquakes as geological ones every once in a while voters here throw a tantrum and the seemingly unthinkable becomes sudden reality. Elders candidacy makes the race as serious as a heart attack. Especially because the rules governing california's recall election. Which will take place on september fourteenth or unfair to the point of plausible unconstitutionality for newsom to prevail. A majority of voters must oppose his recall if he were to fall even just barely short. The rival who gets the most votes becomes our next governor bush and they're trying everything new york times. They're all going at him. And i just think it might backfire.

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"heart attack" Discussed on Free audio sermons: Get free audio sermons and free audio Bible studies!

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02:54 min | 2 months ago

"heart attack" Discussed on Free audio sermons: Get free audio sermons and free audio Bible studies!

"God says i want you to strive for crown. My crown is incorruptible. my crown is not willing to fade. it's not going to perish in any way all too often. We find that the world is willing to do far more for far less than christians. Good athletes know the value of good nutrients. And that's also part of self control. I think it be hard pressed to find some world class athletes who do not pay a lot of attention to the nutrients that go into the body and they try to avoid so called junk food. I remember several years ago. And he's still in the area. There's a doctor who talked about how he spent some time as far as his college work in the area where i grew up mentioned a college. That wasn't that far. From where i grew up and he talked about a steakhouse at my family had gone to and how he loved to go down there with some of his college buddies and eat some things. That probably weren't all that healthy and how we love those cholesterol burgers and then he had a heart attack. And to this day..

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75 Doctors from Florida Hospitals Walk Out in Protest

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:56 min | 2 months ago

75 Doctors from Florida Hospitals Walk Out in Protest

"You wanna talk responsible for just a moment. How irresponsible is it for a doctor to refuse to treat a sick patient because of a decision that that patient made regarding of vaccine. Is that responsible. I is that a violation of the hippocratic oath is a doctor supposed to pledge to do no harm first do no harm. I want you to hear this conversation. Between joe scarborough at msnbc and reporter kerry sanders about seventy five doctors who literally staged a walkout at a florida hospital. This happened apparently in south florida. Seventy five doctors marched out of the hospital saying they will not treat unvaccinated patients. Listen to this conversation over to. Msnbc would americans don't understand is for every unvaccinated person. That's filling up an icu. Bed that means with the hospitals jammed somebody with a heart attack. And i've known somebody in this position goes there has trouble getting in. Can't get treatment. Can't get a bed is a nightmare for the doctors. A nightmare for the nurses and doctors point of view. It's worse yet for sick people the want help from them. That is truly reflective of the frustration that you see behind me. These doctors have gathered some coming off their shifts to come out here gathering to try to tell people please first of all ignore the nonsense in the absurdities that you're hearing people say public meetings and recognize the value of what a vaccine will

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Crush at Kabul airport kills 7 as Afghans try to flee

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Crush at Kabul airport kills 7 as Afghans try to flee

"The British military says at least seven Afghans died in a panicked crush of people trying to enter Kabul's International Airport thousands are still trying to flee the country a week after the Taliban takeover in the scene at the gates of Kabul airport has been chaotic at times with people camping outside them for days allied troops are trying to manage the ground as the check documents British army sergeant major dance but man many see the process is working the common stock available it was not good that's how things turn Saturday transports some succumb to the heat with temperatures above ninety degrees Fahrenheit others may have been trampled suffocated for suffered heart attacks Caliban fighters fired into the air to try to drive the crowds back the Taliban have pledged amnesty to those who worked with the U. S. NATO and the toppled government but many Afghans still fear revenge attacks I'm Ben Thomas

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Alyssa Milano Involved in Car Crash After Uncle Suffers Possible Heart Attack

Fred and Angi

01:09 min | 2 months ago

Alyssa Milano Involved in Car Crash After Uncle Suffers Possible Heart Attack

"Is a crazy story. I don't know if you guys saw this, but Alyssa Milano was involved in a car crash yesterday morning after her uncle suffered a possible heart attack while driving on an L. A highway. So I guess she was in the passenger seat. Her uncle started to have some sort of medical issue. He became on conscience unconscious. Excuse me. The SUV drifted out of its lane hit another. Car, So she had to reach over and use her hands to hit the brakes. Oh, wow. So like she had to think fast. Um, she then gave her uncle CPR until the police could get there. They took her uncle to a hospital, and she was able to leave the scene uninjured after her husband her up. That's insane. That's frightening. Yeah, Yeah, So they did hit another car, and she did have to, But I would be nervous like if it was moving to, like, Put my head down there because you don't know if I write something else. But and then there Like some good Samaritans that we're helping out, but no update on her uncle. I hope he's doing okay. Though he didn't even really have a scratch. Which is crazy. You used to be able to grab the emergency brake like when it was in a situation like that, when when they sort of pulled up, But a lot of them now are electric. Yeah, I don't know if it would work the

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Why It Pays to Be More Grateful and How to Show It by Dr Jenny Brockis

Optimal Living Daily

02:40 min | 2 months ago

Why It Pays to Be More Grateful and How to Show It by Dr Jenny Brockis

"Why it pays to be more grateful man how to show it by dr jenny. Baucus of dr jenny. Baucus dot com. What are you grateful for. According to cicero gratitude is more than being the greatest virtue. He described it as the mother of all other remaining virtues gratitude. This isn't about remembering to write your christmas. Thank you letter to auntie mabel. Who sent you that hideous pair of socks or thinking. Your mother-in-law for the huge dish of soggy overcooked brussel sprouts. That just got put on your plate at a family get together. This is about real gratitude that is authentic and heartfelt why that matters is because showing gratitude has been shown to dramatically ramp up your level of mental wellbeing. It's been described as an essential component for employee engagement. It has a positive effect on your physical health and resilience. In fact there's so much going for gratitude is hard to find a reason why you wouldn't want to include more gratitude in your life. Gratitude boosts recovery as we move into the new living with kovic era of heard twenty twenty one described as the year of recovery recovery from all our adversity financial insecurity economic downturn and mental health challenges. While i believe it's going to take somewhat longer than one year. Gratitude is an important part of our wellbeing armory for recovery helping us to distinguish between what is important and what is not to stay focused on what is possible and to strengthen our patience humility and wisdom which has been wearing a little thin for patients recovering from heart attack or other cardiac illness. The more grateful patients were found to have better sleep less fatigue and lower levels of inflammation in their recovery face. Meaning they recovered well while in the grace study. Researchers found that the most grateful patients were more energized. Engaged proactive in their own. Healthcare and motivated to make the necessary long-term behavioral changes to stay well breast cancer accounts for twenty five percent of cancers experienced by women when my mom lost her best friend breast cancer while still in her forties. It took her a long time to recover from that loss as gp and in my own circle of friends of known many who have endured the trauma of being diagnosed with the disease and then undertaking the long road to recovery with chemotherapy and surgery but surviving. That is only half the story. What then remains the ongoing fear for currents and possible death this is where gratitude interventions have been found to produce a positive effect and improve psychological functioning better coping angrier perceive support gratitude is linked to wellbeing.

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Older Adults Face Higher Risk of Heat-Related Illnesses

Climate Connections

01:11 min | 2 months ago

Older Adults Face Higher Risk of Heat-Related Illnesses

"Sticky. Summer weather is uncomfortable and dangerous. It can cause heatstroke and if people have underlying health conditions it can even trigger crises like heart attacks when we look at major sheet waves. You see that lots of people died not just from heatstroke but from cardio respiratory diseases and it's because of the strain. The heat puts on various organ systems. That's christie e by of the department of global health at the university of washington. She says senior citizens are especially vulnerable because they often have chronic health problems such as or heart disease and they may not notice the warning signs of heat related illness. Many older adults don't necessarily feel well on a good day so she says it's important to check on neighbors and family members when it's hot cue have your windows and doors open. If you've got air conditioning air conditioning on are you. Drinking sufficient fluids cities can help by issuing early warnings about he waves and opening cooling centers as the climate warms. Many parts of the country will see more extreme heat so e by says it's urgent that communities take action to keep everyone

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"heart attack" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life

Acupuncture is my Life

05:34 min | 3 months ago

"heart attack" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life

"By women when they're suffering a heart attack okay And these should not be taken lightly. I is when a woman having chest discomfort experiencing that uncomfortable pressure squeezing sensation sort of like pain fullness at the center of the chest this is this is a heart attack sign in women that should not be ignored and it normally for for more than a few minutes and it can go away and then come back now. I'll say this if you if you experienced this seek emergency care afterward. See your physician in contact acupunctures in my life. We'll see a local acupuncturist because the system symptoms. I'm going to discuss extremely important and one or two of our Social media platforms. it may be posted. So if you're not already following acupunctures in my life when every social media platform do so if you're a twitter person it's at accu. Underscore is my life And also check out the acupunctures my life dot com website tons of health information as well as women's health running in the block women's health series running in the blog section on the website. And you could sub subscribe to our newsletters. Well okay now. Another symptom can be that. Women may experiences discomfort or pain in their left arm. Now it can happen in both arms to really because the heart is predominantly positioned on the left side of the upper trunk area or the upper jiao to an acupuncturist show. You really wanna pay attention to the left arm. Left shoulder left side face. And for all the fellas out there globally you. She a wife experiences type of discomfort taker into emergency. Care.

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"heart attack" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life

Acupuncture is my Life

02:49 min | 3 months ago

"heart attack" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life

"Which happened doing secondary well which happened when you experienced in abnormal heart rhythm during a heart attack you lose consciousness and faint emergency care right away. Contact acupunctures my life after that and then see a physician now. The symptom is abnormal heart palpitations. You wanna see a cardiologists wanna see an acupuncturist to warning something. His skin is not noticing. Anything that is the scariest heart attack. Anyone can have is a one. You don't even know you having and this happens more often than you think. Because twenty percent of all heart attacks go undetected damage to the heart is already been done and you had no idea no idea. This is why. I reiterate annual checkups with your physician for semi annual. Because i'm gonna check your heart. See your acupunctures or acupunctures my life. Because we're going to check as well think about what i'm saying because this is why i say you know it's important to do your annual checkups with your physician or semi and seeing acupuncture views. You're not going to be having undetected heart attacks like that. You just not a lot of health issues not going to get by you simply to your annual checkups with physicians and regular wellness visit with an acupuncturist. You can't go wrong. You must make acupuncture part of your life because acupunctures my life what yours..

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"heart attack" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life

Acupuncture is my Life

02:18 min | 3 months ago

"heart attack" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life

"Now another symptom you may experience like d. Do you notice yourself feeling like you. Short of breath. When you're walking up hill mentally you may feel physically fit. But why walking on an angle walking uphill of some sort you know i'm experiencing shortness of breath. That can be a sign of coronary heart. Disease exertion in china is an early sign of heart disease and is because you're coronary arteries may be clocked and if it's called this restricting blood flow okay so when you feel yourself out of breath when you're walking uphill it could be as a result of reduced blood flow from a black darby case she. You wanna think about that. You want to monitor how long how often. When you're walking up hill you're experiencing these symptoms. Another sign could be do you. Do you feel as if you have gas in your chest. Pressuring you chest and it's sort of like fuses. If a gas type of pressure see a physician as well as your local acupuncture acupunctures my life. This is important. You know in this part of the reason why. I'm saying over and over see local so contact acupuncture because if you're doing your annual physical senior physician on an annual basis or semi annual and doing regular wellness visits which acupunctures all. These symptoms will not escape you. Whether it's your physician acupunctures one or the other. Both of bring it to your attention in address it.

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Heart Failure vs. Heart Attack and Acupuncture

Acupuncture is my Life

02:18 min | 3 months ago

Heart Failure vs. Heart Attack and Acupuncture

"Now another symptom you may experience like d. Do you notice yourself feeling like you. Short of breath. When you're walking up hill mentally you may feel physically fit. But why walking on an angle walking uphill of some sort you know i'm experiencing shortness of breath. That can be a sign of coronary heart. Disease exertion in china is an early sign of heart disease and is because you're coronary arteries may be clocked and if it's called this restricting blood flow okay so when you feel yourself out of breath when you're walking uphill it could be as a result of reduced blood flow from a black darby case she. You wanna think about that. You want to monitor how long how often. When you're walking up hill you're experiencing these symptoms. Another sign could be do you. Do you feel as if you have gas in your chest. Pressuring you chest and it's sort of like fuses. If a gas type of pressure see a physician as well as your local acupuncture acupunctures my life. This is important. You know in this part of the reason why. I'm saying over and over see local so contact acupuncture because if you're doing your annual physical senior physician on an annual basis or semi annual and doing regular wellness visits which acupunctures all. These symptoms will not escape you. Whether it's your physician acupunctures one or the other. Both of bring it to your attention in address it.

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"heart attack" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life

Acupuncture is my Life

06:38 min | 3 months ago

"heart attack" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life

"Because the topic of discussion. Today i feel is of extremely important. And this is due to individuals. In which i've spoken with international as well as domestically here in the united states acupunctures my life conducted a recent survey and the response in which we gotten back and i'm speaking from a global perspective was quite alarming. Okay and the subject is going to be discussed on future social media platform. So if you're not following acupunctures in my life as of yet Be shorter follows on every social media platform under acupunctures my life and if you a twitter person it's at accurate underscores. My life can be sure to check out the acupunctures. My life website and acupunctures my life dot com great tons of health information that can be of benefit t-o-n. We have an awesome women's health series running in the blog section as well and i also recommend you subscribe to a weekly newsletter twice a week receive lots of helpful information regarding your health and your e mail boxes well but today i'd like to discuss your heart and health symptoms relative to your heart that you must pay attention to what was surprising is an survey That acupuncture to my life conducted. We found that many individuals globally did not know the difference between a heart attack in heart failure. Okay and i've found that quite alarming. So i said you know we're going to do an emergency two part discussion and what we had scheduled for today. Oh just push back a few days but you know this is something that needs to be addressed and in a nutshell when it comes to heart attack. You're having a heart attack. It's usually very subtle it just almost as if it comes out of nowhere boom and it strong extreme pressure on a heart. Those are some of the signs of a heart attack that you're having now when it comes to heart failure. These many cases or many instances with symptoms are not that obvious and also don't occur all of a sudden so if you hardest failing in some cases you you may not know you won't experience any symptoms whatsoever that will indicate directly that your heart is failing but in this two part series. I want to go over some of the symptoms that can serve as an indicator of hartfield. And this is why. I say along with your annual visit. Sia physician get connected with your local acupuncturist or acupunctures. My life because regular wellness visits are very very important extremely important okay and certain things you may not pick up you acupunctures pickup right away. And if it's best we recommend you see a certain specialists or your physician will recommend if it's that serious but you know one. Subtle sign is experiencing difficulty lying down and now something of this nature's is cold or apnea which is a sign of heart failure and that's when you experiencing shortness of breath while you're lying down. Individuals that are expansionist tend to like stack behind their head neck and upper back in an attempt to get a good night's sleep because when a lie flat they feel you know if they're suffocating or possibly drowning and if you're experiencing symptoms let's say that it even gets so bad that it wakes you up in the middle of the night and you have to sit up. It's time you see not only a heart specialist but she local acupuncturist or contact acupunctures. She's very important is. We're talking about heart health here okay. Another subtle symptom is swelling of the legs. If you begin to notice that hey wait a minute. Wise my let's say ankles.

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Moderate Drinking Linked to Lower Heart Attack Risk

Red Eye Radio

01:04 min | 3 months ago

Moderate Drinking Linked to Lower Heart Attack Risk

"Tied to lower risk of heart attack and death in patients with heart disease. The largest benefit. 50% reduction in the risk of heart disease. Compared with nondrinkers was seen in people who drank an average of six g of alcohol per day. How much is six G? Uh, how many bottles is that? A standard unit of alcohol is eight G in the U. K, whereas the average drink in the U. S. Contains 14 G Was that of that of alcohol, I guess. Yeah. Yeah. So People who averaged eight g per day had a 27% lower risk of death from heart attack, stroke or angina. Compared to those who do not did not drink. Those who drank, drank seven g a day had a 21% lower risk of death. Due to any cause. Drinking higher amounts up to an average of 15 g of alcohol a day were linked with smaller reductions in risk.

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Discussing the Risks of Exercising In Poor Air Quality

Another Mother Runner

02:12 min | 3 months ago

Discussing the Risks of Exercising In Poor Air Quality

"Exercising outdoors when the when there is caution about air quality. The short answer is don't do it. The longer answer is don't do it. It's not worth the health risk. And you know i can be kinda cavalier about things like this and You know i gotta get him. My workout and dim I'll get to last year here in portland when it was so bad. But i remember you know you and i have to go to a trade show twice a year in salt lake city. An outdoor trade outdoor Industry trade show and so one summer there is what it was called an inversion which means because salt lake city's in this basin our valley that all this smog gets trapped in held down in the valley so the air quality was incredibly poor. And i thought well it's. I still gotta do my six miles this morning before going to the trade show and so i was out there and even though all the cautions you know the news the you know the little reading on my phone was saying air quality bore. Don't go out and for the rest of that day. I was hacking like to pack a day smoker. Wow wow yeah that immediate Oh it i mean. And then i talked to people. You know these knowledgeable people you know who worked for all these different brands and they were like you went out. That was really not a smart move. And i'm like yeah i gotta light. Particularly matters is obviously what made you cough. You know you did some research get stuck in your lungs. The microscopic particles can even migrate into your bloodstream. There are a lot of really bad effects and we don't want to become doomsday. Doomsayers here or anything like that. But you know you can get a decreased lung function. Heart attacks asthma attack bronchitis and then obviously with cova going around right now which is such a disease of alongs in breathing you know. It doesn't necessarily put you more susceptible to kobe. But if you happen to get it and have that situation and then go out and exercise. It's just it's just not worth

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"heart attack" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life

Acupuncture is my Life

04:19 min | 3 months ago

"heart attack" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life

"Hello everyone and welcome back to another episode evacuate hunters my life now. Today's episode is going to be quite interesting albeit surprising to many. And why do i say this is. Because i want to discuss things stack can potentially cause a person to experience fatal heart attack now there's been many individuals and this is excluding discussions with patients. Both here in new york city as well as globally. My virtual patient just individuals in january general just basic conversations restaurant group get togethers gatherings barbecues so forth and so on some of these points i brought up shocked a lot of people and i stress over and over and over on show many of our social media platforms about how you should look to take better care of your heart and this is why. If you're not already following us on every show social media platform under acupunctures my life. I recommend you do so. And if you're a twitter person it's at accu underscores my life life and also go check out. Our website acupunctures. My life dot com great health news on this site and we want an awesome women's health series in the blog section on our website as well as many as subscribing to our newsletter which is sent to the email box twice a week. But she when it comes to your heart. Let me explain something when that stops is not good old. Keep that in mind. There are simple things that you can do on a regular basis or stop doing as well as i say this over and over and over seek wellness visits regular wellness visits with the local acupuncturist. Okay but a major problem here is individuals tend to overlook the benefit. Let's say of muscle health acupuncture. I people not exercising regularly. And i'll say this again. It doesn't mean you have to go to jim. You can exercise in the comfort of your home. You can exercise at work. Can exercise at lunchtime brisk walks. Walks up and down. A few flights of steps line is different things to do. I have patients who even brag about know at work. You know they'll get because again. I'm totally against sedentary lifestyle. Totally against and i've gotten so many individuals they'll get up in the new rule space cubicle. They'll drop and do ten pushups. Someone to take a walk to the bathroom and do twenty jumping jacks in the bathroom or the staircase. Because you know they don't want anyone watching them. I can understand it but now if you work in remote from home or somewhere someone.

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"heart attack" Discussed on Backstage Pass Radio

Backstage Pass Radio

05:30 min | 3 months ago

"heart attack" Discussed on Backstage Pass Radio

"And all these other things. But you learn how to manage your time and then still have time to watch. Tv and cook dinner and grill. 'cause i'm not good at doing anything i have to be if i had one hour that i just really well that doesn't even exist for. There's always something pressing. And i'm fine with that because that's how i that's just my personality up. I like to be like to be moving. I if i'm not moving forward something. I'm going back sound a lot like me like we don't know how to wind down like i don't always have to be going. You know podcast. Music shows fulltime job. And i'm told all the time dude you're gonna you're going to give yourself a heart attack but it's just the way that i'm wired and it sounds like the way you're wired and You know one of the things i was like. I have a personal trainer..

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Woman Ploughs Car Through Hotel-Turned-Homeless Shelter, 3 Injured

Mark Simone

00:30 sec | 3 months ago

Woman Ploughs Car Through Hotel-Turned-Homeless Shelter, 3 Injured

"The front of a homeless shelter in the Bronx. Say the wanted woman had a beef with the people who run the shelter inside a Ramada hotel on Gerard Avenue. She ran out of the building and then returned a short time later, crashing her car right into the lobby. There were a lot of eyewitnesses. And everybody screaming. I smell gas. But if she drove her car towards me, I backed up like, Oh, God, you know, I almost had a heart attack. Three people were hurt. Nothing serious. The driver fled the scene on foot. No one laden w O R

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'Cops' creator John Langley dies during road race in Mexico

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:08 sec | 4 months ago

'Cops' creator John Langley dies during road race in Mexico

"The creator of the long running TV show cops has died. John Langley was in an off road race in Mexico when he had a heart attack. He was 78

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Officer Injured in Capitol Riot Asks McCarthy to Denounce January 6 Conspiracies

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:56 sec | 4 months ago

Officer Injured in Capitol Riot Asks McCarthy to Denounce January 6 Conspiracies

"C police officer who had a heart attack as he battled Trump supporters during the capital riot confronted House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy in a meeting tonight, Michael Finnegan is asking the politician to publicly denounce statements by GOP members who have voted against honoring police and have downplayed the violence of the attack. Fanon spoke with reporters in the halls of Capitol Hill after the meeting. This experience for me is, uh You know, this is not something that I enjoy doing. I don't want to be up here on Capitol Hill. I want to be with my daughters. But I see, uh This is an extension of my service on January six known, has said for weeks he wanted to meet with McCarthy, who has opposed the formation of a bipartisan commission to investigate the attack and has remained loyal to former President Trump. Bannon said After the meeting, he had asked McCarthy to denounce 21 House Republicans who recently voted against giving police officers Congressional Medal of honor for defending the capital.

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"heart attack" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life

Acupuncture is my Life

08:40 min | 6 months ago

"heart attack" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life

"Next is getting sleep shows podcasts episode scotch. This sleep issue push report to created a schedule and stick to try to get in the ballpark eight hours per some say nine. I think that's a bit too much of a good eight hours of sleep depending on your age seven great and try sleeping for attempting to fall asleep. It's a shame time each night to wake up to some time. Now another is pushing yourself away. Think table now. This is putting difficult initiative again. Why you should follow every social slice and chef kiara even has an eastern nutrition segment. Gone tiktok as well following so much because push push self away from the table. Sounds very easy but there are chemicals in foods. Today that are very addictive that affect your interceptors and those were receptors senate formulas say she it can be tough but if you eating my new following and nutrient kobe slice now talk. You don't even have to force yourself. Good food folks when you shot. That's visionary eastham attrition episode once a week tens of thousands to tens of splice. Everyone cannot wait until she of cure these starch coach acupuncture too because so many benefited during the pandemic rob stoop globally. Gosh people down loading the recipes license mellon next is exercise to about this time and time again. Any amount of exercise couldn't be better than nothing. Just brisk walks jumping. Jacks situps push ups planks. We have an exercise bike. You'll start stay you know. Not many people have access to champ gym membership today. Comfortable so creature. And it doesn't mean go out by john jakes gosh couched three-point cardio exercise great. Wait to something as simple as walking down a flight of steps. Few times brisk walks in a neighborhood activist jogging the best. You get suppression really really beat at this. Show many ways to be created so many ways which you can be an issue watchmen people follow acupunctures because we discussed slice others right now. I do recommend. I'm not gonna get sober. Just go into detail about vitamin things that short you'd have to contact my download. The app the private chat session to go something discussing podcast huge audience in which we have global everyone's different it just does same. Another is limit your showed him. Let me show you know a recommended. Twenty three hundred milligrams. The average adult exceed three five hundred. That's oh high blood pressure to heart disease heart attacks. Hello you're asking for you really are asking for another is if you don't don't start and if you do i us. One way to attempt to quit seen acupunctures. They were acupuncture slash acupressure. Points on the body. That can help. That can assist you with decision tensing to stop smoking because smoking is a huge contributing factor. Ottawa squirrels which is a built of plaque in your arteries which of course increases your risk of dying from heart attack ex smokers. A more likely to have heart disease suffer from a lot of people who don't slice. Let's get rid of the secrets. Tech stopped being to smoking in whatever way you may be doing. Cnn talk about another slice of void. Heavy alcohol drink now for adult. You know if you have one maybe two two. I'm not in shady. Hey great don't hold me out just simply say oh boy. The heavy drinking try shrinking. Kim in kucher blood affects your speech. To all types of heart disease diseases of the heart muscle such cardio myopic coscia cardiologists. If felt you've been abusing alcohol for some time. Ready to stop seeing acupuncture. Should you know have test on. And they know what to test to determine if the alcohol done damage when we get your results. Go with iraqi. Jewish can't be initials again. I say overnight hours on every social kinkel can't really really can't.

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"heart attack" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life

Acupuncture is my Life

02:20 min | 6 months ago

"heart attack" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life

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"heart attack" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:46 min | 9 months ago

"heart attack" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Heart attack patients who are being followed for their diabetes or their hypertension patients who have a known heart murmur and even following for the Valley, the heart disease. It is it are They almost always patients who are already engaged in a relationship with the doctor for other health care reasons, Or is it just They start having ankle swelling or shortness of breath or something else or fatigue? What's that is their typical patient. And what's that look like in terms of signs and symptoms of this disease? Yeah, Absolutely. So I would say the majority of people that get heart failure do have some medical History that has led to them developing heart failure, just as he stated high blood pressure diabetes. Maybe some sort of valvular issue heart attacks in the past, which have led to damage to the heart muscle itself, But we do also have a population of patients, typically the younger patients that have heart failure. Who were completely fine. Never had any medical history, many of them very athletic that can develop perch failure for many different reasons. Sometimes we don't even well we're not able to identify the reason. Sometimes it can be because there's maybe a genetic history that wasn't previously really appreciate it and so were able to figure that part out. Sometimes they can develop other medical conditions, which could lead to muscle the heart muscle, not functioning correctly, And sometimes this is their initial presentation for those diagnoses. So as you say it typically, the patient that gets are important to get heart failure does have ears..

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"heart attack" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

07:30 min | 11 months ago

"heart attack" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Oh, the weather outside is 5 ft, But fire is already like I have since middle place. Well, welcome back tradition of nutrition. After Chris Canovi shared many important health fax in his book, ancestral dietary Strategies to Prevent and Treat Macular Degeneration, So I want to share a couple of things that he put in his book. That I thought was kind of Mm kind of eye opening so more than, he said more than 20 students. Studies clearly show that elderly people with high cholesterol Live longer than older people with low cholesterol. So that we have to be worrying about her cholesterol all the time, and then another one he shared was nine. Studies have shown that high cholesterol is not a risk factor for disease. More them. Even the arteries in our legs and in our hearts so Nostril is not a risk factor. And then there were 30 studies that showed that People who had suffered a heart attack or stroke had not eaten more saturated fat. And those without heart attacks or strokes. So those were just three findings about health in cholesterol and saturated fat that Dr Cono be shared in this book. You know, you can't imagine how much work you put into this book. I mean, it's incredible, right? And we know how much work it is just putting together a radio show exactly let alone a Book like Hiss. So you know, it's sort of the same information that we teach all the time in our classes, and I think a couple of classes that we have that you might be interested in taking is building a better working memory. I think as you get older, everybody's concerned about that. And then right now, another great class is your energy solution. Real food. We keep going back to real food all the time. So if you're interested, call 6516993438. And will's help you sign up for class. You don't even have to do all the work. So Let's go back to Genetics. Yes. So You know, That's one of the things Chris that I hear all the time from people. Well, it's a genetic problem. I can't do anything about it. So you know, dig into that a little bit for us and help people understand it's more than genetics. Yes. Well, so, um You know, the the Orthodox Allah path like view has been that macular degeneration is a disease of aging. And genetics and, um You know, But if that's the case, then the disease should have had the same prevalence. Um You know, 100 years ago. As it as it is today, right? It's and s. So let me just say this in a brought in broad stroke. The the evolutionary biologists have told us found out that the spontaneous mutate mutation rate for didna is about 0.5% per million per million years. Wow! So that means that DNA mutations over 10,000 years if you start doing the math is 0.5% Okay. What That means that the DNA mutations over 100 years is 1000.5% 4 point and then four zeros and five. That's how I remember that so that it's It's am almost impossible that Ordina has changed at all in the last 100 or even two or 300 years. Right. And so, um, took so that so, but the Of the Edna. Your architectural blueprint hasn't changed. But what can change is your epi genetics and that means turning on and turning off jeans. And how do you do that? And you do that with food? And how does the food do it? It does it primarily through vitamins. What vitamins and other co factors But you know, but primarily vitamins. So when you have nutrient deficiencies, for example, then you are affecting your the way that your genes are. Functioning. You're not changing your genetic blueprint your didna unnecessarily, but you're changing the way those jeans. Are turned on or turned off. So your answer the question. Yeah, but I've got a little more Chris. I often hear from clients or people that have macular Jenner degeneration. Is that Yeah, but my mother had it or my sister had it or my grandmother had. It s so it has to be genetic. I mean, it has to be just in my jeans. It's how do you How do you go back and say it? Well, yeah, but But but But so You go through that alone, maybe again, because that's the one thing that it's almost like, people say Well, It's in my family, so I can't do anything about it. Yes, And and that's that's definitely a valid question. And but the fact is, is to get right to the meat of this. Way out, answering as I would say that the primary thing that we inherit is our way of eating. On you big that begins the day you're born or before, Really? But But And so if you for example, with these diseases, these chronic diseases like heart heart disease. Alzheimer's disease, Age related macular degeneration. They don't hurriedly ever hit people that are 30 or even 35 years old. And so, But if a guy is born and and you know, begins to processed foods, and he's still not going to end you continue those his whole life. He's still not gonna have a heart attack until he's maybe 40 or 50 years old. Get, you know, get Alzheimer's until he's maybe 60 plus and the same firm, accurately generation And Um So Uh, I think I lost my train us off their great You're human. So anyway, go ahead. Well, no, I think that explains that very well. It's it's hard for people to wrap their head around that. That it is really related to what you're putting in your mouth and getting into your bloodstream, the nutrients and everything. Makes a difference with every part of your health. You know whether it's your eyes or your heart or your whatever this, Okay, let me interject. No. Came back to me. Okay? No, my E. E G is working against Wow. Uh, all right. So with macular degeneration specifically, we looked at this. And if you put all the data together, if you have all of the worst possible genetics, you put them all together. For Mack of the generation, you would, on average, develop the wet former macular degeneration. You know the worst possible form something like I think was 5.4.

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"heart attack" Discussed on Literary Entertainment!  Live Author Interviews

Literary Entertainment! Live Author Interviews

05:24 min | 1 year ago

"heart attack" Discussed on Literary Entertainment! Live Author Interviews

"But as a child i didn't really look up to you know i didn't say oh i wanna have a career as a doctor or a lawyer or something like this. I was more concerned about surviving through the next day I had developed a really bad anxiety problem. And and i really and a child. I believe i was gonna die every day. I was having panic attacks. And so i would believe i was having a heart attack so i wasn't really thinking about future goals. I was more thinking about how. I was gonna survive the next day. Wow oh my goodness so you you you just wanted to do something you said where you would be famous or But not nothing. Nothing in particular. But he's gone on to do some pretty fascinating things who who or what inspired you wrote a book. You know a lot of people go through a lot of things. they might get on stage and do motivational. Speaking based on the experience like things you've overcome but not sit down and write a book. Who or what inspired you to pursue brightening and to actually your your appreciation for books counselor of mine And a few family members of friends who have died from addiction Came to me and they asked me you know. How were you able to do it. But my son wasn't and when i talked to this one mother in particular. She's like after talking to you. I feel so much better. She's like. I've been holding all this inside and if i could have just talked to you two years ago it would've saved me so much grief and she was like you have to share your story with other families that have gone through this and so that and then i had a counselor where i turned in a few pages of writing and she was like you have to write a book. Your story is amazing and it needs to be told because you'll save people's lives. Wow and you know what a book you can read in private. He booked nobody even as the know which reading some people have embarrassment or shame or they don't even know that maybe you're going through an addiction yourself. You're just reading this book. They might not even know what about. So it's kinda safe a safe way to To start to heal and face. Whatever you're dealing with now the first time that you experimented with drugs I remember when i was in high school..

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"heart attack" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"heart attack" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Heart attack or showing up in emergency rooms the Baltimore sun reports doctors believe that patients have chosen to avoid the emergency room because of the pandemic such behavior could put possible heart attack and stroke victims at even greater risk some people may be concerned that they will contract the virus might visiting the hospital providers say that avoiding the hospital increases the chance of serious health complications for stroke and heart attack victims recoveries are often tied to how fast people are treated John Scott reporting three Virginia Tech students and former members of the school's corps of cadets filed lawsuits against the university over its handling of alleged hazing policy violations at the student military organization ceremony the plaintiffs say university officials violated their due process rights during a disciplinary hearing in which they were accused of mistreating under classmen a corvette more a townhall dot com reports of accidental poisonings from claim your cleansers and disinfectants are up this year researchers believe it's related to the corona virus epidemic we get the latest from correspondent Jackie Quinn the first three months of this year saw a twenty percent increase in the usual number of calls to poison control centers across the country forty five thousand enquiries about cleaning chemicals and disinfectants the centers for disease control says there was a report of a toddler falling and hitting her head dizzy because she drank hand sanitizer and a woman who combined bleach and vinegar in hot water who called about a severe coughing and wheezing fit the study's authors say they can't prove coronavirus drove the higher numbers but they suspect a link given the instructions to clean.

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"heart attack" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

09:02 min | 1 year ago

"heart attack" Discussed on WJR 760

"Heart attack and stroke all together and begin the reversal of artery disease now welcome bank listeners we have one of doctor column there's patience here I mean all you find doctor colander and you were looking for something more than what you had with your prior positions aside from the fact you are also you don't already moved tell us about your first visit the doctor calling on what the first task for I had the initials of power factor calendar and he explained the whole process to me that I would be working with his staff with all the necessary tests to determine basically a baseline of where my health was that in and from there I came back and did did those tasks most of it right in his office and then after that I was I set up another consultation with doctor conger were we probably spent a couple hours just lose office and I have his on divided attention at that time and we went through each and every test we broke down in layman's terms letting me know exactly where I was at so doctor Connell let me ask you I know that one of the first things you do is a blood draw and for those listeners are there we all assume that when we go to our doctor get a blood test to becomes bank and we get okay you're fine and as NATO's said over the break that's what he thought that's what everybody would think tell us a little bit about what's different about the analysis of the blood draw that you take in your office well thanks Ameri the labs that people get when they're in their cookie cutter office are tasks that do not identify risk at all so when you come in and get your cholesterol level which is the primary tacit's refused to gauge risk and whether or not you should take medicine to prevent a heart attack or stroke that test actually doesn't tell us anything half of the people that have a heart attack or stroke have a normal cholesterol in a nice percentage of people that have bad cholesterols don't have any issues at all and and just carry on so that blood test does not identify risk I use special blood tests that we send out to us we actually use Cleveland heart labs a specialized lab that really does give us the risk that we need the assessment that we need to identify risk much better complicated the analysis of the blood ties going to the Cleveland heartland so I started doing this practice I actually spent months starting because when you don't use something on a regular a regular use in practice yes I'm a doctor and yes I understand let bids and I understand blood pressure and I had to learn a lot of new things and actually since I became a cop our personalized healthcare practice I made it my business to prevent heart attacks and strokes I'm having a read and learn more than I ever did because the cutting edge of healthcare moves a little quicker than standard Madison so you sent me knows blood drawn from Alice's the Cleveland heart labs and when you got a bank what did you find out well we do a lot of labs that measure inflammation and inflammation is a driver of disease that causes heart attacks and strokes so on a very basic level needles lab showed inflammation and some of the at lipid markers that I use that you don't get it your standard doctor's office were higher indicating higher risk so with that in mind and his symptoms and his concern about his health and I mean no offense to Nino he's not the picture of health you know he said he's put on some weight he has a century job he's under stress so there were a lot of red flags flying this first day we met add in our inflammation markers are I he's got a high risk lipid panel that doesn't show up in standard studies I think that's important I don't mean to interrupt but I think that's really important as the blood tests is showing you what you get back in the analysis it's a much broader spectrum I'm on the analysis of what of findings I I'm it will let me use a different word the broader miss say it it is all we take a whole body approach to prevention but these labs are specific vascular inflammation markers that tell me in detail what type of information is going on about how his plaque is active now what would he have been missing if he'd just gone to a regular primary care physician got a regular blood draw what would have been missing out all ties it all of it none of this show you already went to the and have that blood tests and he walks out saying I'm fine and like you said earlier people go they get a lab they said it's fine the reality as does its standard labs that you get tell you nothing about your health why did they do the line what's the point well why are we wasting our time cookie cutter medicine I nobody useless test and I think that I don't like doesn't know that it's a useless this is why we got our show to tell people what they're missing in medicine that's why people are dying that's why you're having all these people dropping dead of heart attacks when absolutely yeah the ability and you have the ability to take the ties and the analysis is out there why is it happening lately embarrassing that this is happening when heart attacks and strokes are in reality one hundred percent preventable a hundred percent no one should be having a heart attack or stroke so all these patients are there Arent blindly going into their doctor for their physical they're getting their blood drawn and they think that's all I got to pass some fine in a lot of people think that if they go and get their stand they're all fine too right I met a person in my office the other day who said all I just had a stent so that's fine now and I'm trying to explain the Michael nothing about that is fine that is a half an inch of your sixty thousand miles artery that was dealt with it was in one around the house and what about the rest what about the you know all those billions of little arteries feeding your brain right exactly that were eighty five percent right so but that's all being missed and and that person on for so you didn't get the picture so what did you pick up on the you know that wasn't picked up by his prior Dr well I was very concerned that he's actively making plaque and you find that for the CT scan right well words okay I will but I did get ahead so we start I ice we put in we we may we strategize to make lifestyle planned for him based on you know how he goes about his day and then we dealt with some other issues that were going on and you know I did decide to put him on cholesterol medicine even though his standard lipid panel was normal so again the reason you know I musings of cholesterol medicine is not to treat cholesterol I use Staten drugs which are another broad name for cholesterol lowering agents because they quiet down artery inflammation so if I think his arteries are inflamed which I was under the belief that they were based on the labs we started Statens even though his labs curse the standards labs at the cookie cutter doctor would look at were normal so and then what happened well then I asking you know to get a what's called the C. T. calcium score the heart because I want to treat disease and I don't want to assume the labs are accurate right I want to see the disease so plaque rupture is was so what that means is in your artery wall plaque is building up and if that that areas inflamed the plaque can rupture this plaque rupture offense eighty five percent of time occurs in a plaque that's not blocking anything so the term blockages obsolete I want to know if you have active disease and a C. T. calcium score looks at calcium deposits in the wall of the artery to tell us if we have plaque so before I did too much else with me now and I felt we were well mannered controlled at this point we said let's go get a C. T. calcium score because I want to make sure you have does the disease I'm treating you for I don't want to just say here's a cholesterol medicine and good luck you know what you were good you know I'm okay that's not the trend then that's also.

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"heart attack" Discussed on MacBreak Weekly

MacBreak Weekly

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"heart attack" Discussed on MacBreak Weekly

"Your split sugars and key towns and put that in the app every day you do phone calls. Telemedicine phone calls with physicians and support people. They have a form it's an interesting digital hybrid. They just raised a ton of money because it startup, but it's also very expensive. If you do it for year, which I think is how you do it. But they have supposedly very good results of anybody's done. And I'd love to love to get some feedback before I punk down my money soil and just go with soil, and I did swim. A while. You know, I've done everything. And I finally realized this is I I did get by the way input from my actual physician who said well, that's kind of expensive. But and I'm not really a big fan of Kita genyk diets. I've Dr the sees something more plant based. But, hey, if you know, if it works, you know, I always say it's cheaper than. Heart attack. So we shall see. Apparently Kaiser has according to quickly Stephen in. Our chairman started a small project and Oakland, which includes a series of apps for the watch. So maybe they are testing something else out. That's interesting. I don't I don't want to nitpick. But if the heart attack kills you, you're not buying anymore. Soiling? My point exactly it's cheaper. Then a heart attack. Right. Also. So, but if death is so if death is not part of your plans than the mathworks see, well, I was hoping that survive the heart attack. But you're right. Okay. There's nothing cheaper than dying. I don't want to have a heart attack the costs. Go way down your your nails here continue to grow. But the, but the actual life costs go way down. I'm just being like, I m I m. Hi, MD comment or excuse me. The. It takes can be quite. Phones made in two thousand thirteen. I should also point out that the I don't know anybody cares, but office three sixty five is now available in the MAC apps store as far as I could tell the same office three sixty five that's just in the.

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"heart attack" Discussed on TED Talks Daily

TED Talks Daily

07:03 min | 3 years ago

"heart attack" Discussed on TED Talks Daily

"This. Ted talk features cardiology researcher and inventor Akash Manos recorded live at Ted weekend. Twenty eighteen. When I was so dean, I lost my grandfather to a silent heart attack. What happened to be more shocking? Was that at seventy five grandpa was really normal healthy and urgent but he was diabetic learning. All of this was so painful that I decided to go out on a war against this deadly killer and see what could be done. It was shocking to discover the results of reasons studies that have shown an estimate of nearly eight million people who died from heart attacks, every ah heart attacks occur for many reasons, but most often the occur when arteries get clocked. Blood flow is cut off and oxygen starved cells in the heart muscles start to die. You may know, the common symptoms of heart attack, chest pain, arm pain, shortness of breath, fatigue at cetera. But there is a type of heart attack that is quite common just as deadly but harder to detect because the symptoms are silent. People having silent heart attacks, don't realize what's happening. So they are not seeking medical attention, which means they're less likely to receive the treatment that they need at the critical moment. And even if they do get to the hospital by chance either before or after the struck by heart attack, they might have to go through one or more of these time consuming expensive tests and treatments, which are currently considered the gold standards of heart attack diagnosis the greater consent. However is that these silent heart attacks account for nearly forty five percent of all heart attacks patients with diabetes and similar disorders suffer from nerve damage. That prevents them from feeling the sort of pain that usually signals to someone that he or she may be having a heart attack. Which means this suffered the damage of heart attack without even knowing of feeling anything. These already at-risk patients suffer from nerve damage, and they do not get immediate medical care. They do not know anything before an unlikely event is about to occur. My grandfather was an actress patient to. I probed this issue further read as much as I could to understand the heart met researchers and worked across labs in India. And finally after three long years of persistent research what I have to share with the world today is a promising solution. A non invasive device that is inexpensive portable wearable by actress patients at all times. It greatly reduces the need for a blood test and works twenty four by seven collecting and analyzing data at preset intervals and all this data is collected for a single purpose detecting heart attacks as they are. This is a very promising solution that might help us in the future. You you may not know how intelligent your heart. Really? Is it tries to communicate your body multiple times before failing by indicating symptoms like just pain. These symptoms are triggered when the heart loses out on oxygen rich blood flow. But remember, I told you about the nerve damage it silences these symptoms before a silent heart attack, which makes it even deadlier. And you may not even know the common symptoms. The meanwhile, the heart also sends out certain by Marcus cardiac by MacOS or proteins, you know, that are SOS messages and the phone vessel messages into your bloodstream indicating that the heart is at risk as it gets riskier and riskier the concentrations of these cardiac by Markelle proteins, keep increasing abysmally my device, solely relies on this data. The key is that these scarlet by markers are found in one of the earliest stages of heart attack when someone is almost social to survive if he or she gets prompt care, and my device so is solely based on that basis. And here's how my device works a silicon patch is worn around your wrist appraise near your chest. Without having you to prick your skin for a biomarker blood. Test. This batch can spot isolate and track a heart attack specific biomarker called head chef ABP and alert you if and when it reaches a critical level in your bloodstream, a process that's much simpler easier and cheaper than conventional methods of heart attack diagnosis. But checking on vibe alkaloid concentration data assistant like this with advanced research in the future. Could significantly that use the need for an actress patient to go to a doctor for a biomarker blood tests because the device could be worn at all times sensing biomarker elevations in real time. Does is the device senses by Markle levels going beyond the critical point the actress patient could be warned of an impending cardiac arrest and that he or she needs immediate medical attention. Although the device may not be able to provide the patient with the complete analysis of the cardiac injury, it might be of immense help in actually indicating that the patient is in danger. So that the patient can be alarmed and know that immediate care is crucial. Every actress patient will now receive more time to survive and reach out for medical help. Consequently, they don't have to go for expensive and invasive medical treatments that would otherwise be. Necessary after heart attack. When I got my device tested on actress patients under observation results from the clinical validation tests, thirty five close with

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"heart attack" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

04:29 min | 3 years ago

"heart attack" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

"This case atherosclerosis, and heart attack and stroke, and it's because one individual has a different gut microbial community, and therefore is making different levels of metabolites that are in their bloodstream, and and that impacts our disease risk, and we have evolved always colonized with bugs for the past millions of years, and they have evolved inside of us. And it's an interplay that is absolutely essential some of our vitamins vitamin k require gut microbes to actually make them. And you know, we evolved a need for vitamin k that can only come from. So they're not all bad, in fact in majority. They're necessary in good. Yeah. Amazing. So just take it up a little bit. We have about ten times many bacterial cells us as our own cells. And we about a hundred times much bacterial DNA. Twenty thousand. Jeez. There might be two to four million genes of bugs in there. And they're all making stuff, and they'll making these metabolites proteins that absorbed, and we were on a panel recently. And you're saying that, you know, so many of our blood metabolites are not even human their microbial, and they all have different effects on our biology. So the question is why if we've evolved for years with these microbes co evolution. Why is it in in the last hundred years, we see this explosion of heart disease has our gut bacteria changed and how and why that that is an excellent question. It's not totally figured out. But what is for certain is that our gut bacteria are changing as we have changed not only are environment. And terms of how we generate food and processed food in the whole science of agriculture is changed as well as the prevalence of antibiotics use which is like a nuclear bomb to the community. And every time a person takes antibiotics the whole. Munity are a big portion of it gets replaced and often it doesn't come back the same way as where it was start with. So there there are differences in what's actually interesting and exciting is that if you look not just at humans, but even at squirrels in the park in New York, central part central part, they're getting obese also my God I was in the park yesterday. And these fat fat, squirrels, I'm like cow. Well, we have an adultery level are putting things in our food chain and that works its way through the entire pyramid have food pyramid. And there was a study that was reported several years ago about the obesity of squirrels in central park, and at least the association with gut microbes shift in but obesity has been known to be linked to alterations in micro community as well, we're going to get into the whole link between your gut bacteria obesity. We know you focused on which is fascinating. And. And it's like how does your gut flora play a role and even animal studies, they found they could swap out gut bacteria from a fat mouse too thin mouse, and the thin mouse gets fat on the same out or even less calories. Right. So the whole idea that all your weight is depend on calories in calories out. It's kind of an old idea. Basically is what you're saying. Well, the reason I it still requires calories in calories out, but the differences is what we now realise or think about is. You don't absorb all of the calories in the food that you eat in different people may actually have a slightly different efficiency of where their engine runs. And so it turns out that one person may absorb extra two percent of the calories from their food compared to the other because the different constellation gut. Microbes they have may make it more efficient for them to extract energy from the same amount of food than the other individual. And well, it may only be a dozen two dozen fifty calories a day when you add that up over time. It really adds up. If you say three thousand or so calories is one pound two three percent difference in energy extraction makes a huge difference time. So you're saying basically is that we've done a lot of things to mess up our gut. We've eaten foods at are processed were not eating as much plant foods where having less fiber were taking any botox or born by C sections. We're taking other drugs and mess up got like acid blockers, and any plan Matori's all these things are driving this ecosystem to be out of balance, and that seems to be leading to morbidity more disease more chronic illness across.

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