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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now says older adults without heart disease should not take daily aspirin to prevent a first heart attack or stroke the draft guidance posted online by the U. S. preventive services task force backtracks a bit and puts the panel more in line with other medical groups the recommendations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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"heart disease" Discussed on Diet Science

Diet Science

05:04 min | Last week

"heart disease" Discussed on Diet Science

"Well there have been some studies where they've given people orange juice like a cup of orange juice day and have seen Positive benefits on the On the the cancers and on on the You know the heart disease and even some positive effects on gut bacteria however we also have to weigh that against if you consume orange juice the better way to consume. It is going to be fresh like you make you fret you press your own orange juice because you're gonna get the those nutrients in the most freshest Form possible just like if you just peeled an orange an eight it as opposed to buying an orange juice in the grocery store where you have really not Any idea of how long ago that was pressed usually that's been heated to pasteurize it. And then you're gonna lose some of those compounds that are in there and also sometimes i'll you know the those companies they add in like some flavorings or maybe some essential oils or something to give it a particular flavor that that particular brand wants you to taste when you drink that orange juice and you know and also you're not getting the benefit of the pulp. So yes so if you have a because you can now get like a high pope. Orange juice lead to buy it in store now. Would that be more beneficial than those without bulb at all. That would be more beneficial. Obviously the more pulp the better at at the same time you have to weigh that. Against how much sugar. You're getting without the full fiber of the orange because when you drink a glass of orange juice you're probably getting the sugar content of about three or four oranges and they're like you know you wouldn't sit there and eat four three or four oranges and ones that once. Sure and not only that you can drink a glass of orange juice in about thirty seconds right and then you're getting this big russia's sugar in your body as opposed to if you sat there and peeled three oranges and then ate them one after another. That's still going to take you some time. That would and it's going to take your body time to break down all of that fiber and pulp from those oranges. You've eight so the sugars from eating three orange is going to have much less impact on your body and your blood sugar than if you drank of course shoe so right although i you know like i did say they have done some studies where they you know they have. People drank a glass of orange juice day for a period of time like six months or a year and they did see positive benefits but those were freshly prepared. Orange juice did they have any like have one control. Group have some pulp and another control group at more pope or did they not stratified..

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"heart disease" Discussed on Diet Science

Diet Science

04:01 min | Last week

"heart disease" Discussed on Diet Science

"Orange is being studied and showing to improve many conditions into different types of diseases. One of them. Which i find to be one of the most fascinating ones is that oranges have anticancer properties to them so and we often wonder what what is it necessarily about oranges that helps to prevent cancer. And it's probably a combination of things but one hypothesis points to the Compounds that are found in the pith. You know that white part that slick when you peel an orange. You typically can't get all the white stuff off right so well that's a good thing. You should be eating that white stuff that comes. You know right off the inside part of the peel. As much of that that you can get that. Spongy white material It's full of a rich flavonoids compound that is called hydroxy flavor known. And we kind of abbreviate that by just calling it to h f This compound has been investigated for its protective event effects in studies on breast cancer and kidney cancers and in some research this compound called hydroxy flavor known or two h f. Actually help help prevent cancer from moving into organs where it would have otherwise metastasized really. Yeah and so we know that more clinical released research needs to be done on humans with this but the you know the preliminary research is really Very promising in this and that it's that particular compound that is kind of blocking the cancer from moving to other parts of the body that's huge. That is huge right. This is why we say. Let food be thy medicine big grace. There's so many of these compounds and that are in the foods that we eat and if we eat a variety of foods we're going to get a variety of these very powerful nutrients Another thing that is in. Oranges is Another compound called Tri methyl amine in oxide and this one has been used in research with heart disease. So you know when we talk about heart disease it's usually about plaque buildup in the arteries and here's something really fascinating about The compounds and oranges so they may help improve the ability of your gut to prevent Arterial plaque formation. And so you might think you might be questioning. Well how does what does your gut have anything to do with the arteries of your heart. Yeah well actually When you eat certain foods your gut bacteria produces a byproduct and one of those is called. It's this tri methyl amine n oxide and We typically abbreviate that t. m. a. Oh so you're levels of tma. Oh are strong. Predictors of heart disease risk so basically the higher levels indicate a higher risk and orange peels contain compounds that interfere with the t. m. a. t. m. ao formation. so basically. What what that means is that they're going to produce compounds that interfere with the with the ability of that those compounds to get into your bloodstream. And then 'cause plaque so on this is really fascinating because it's not like you need to eat tons and tons of oranges to get these effects you know. This is moderate consumption of oranges on a regular basis. Let's say you have an orange for breakfast or you have one for lunch. You know maybe have a couple oranges day. Although there you know some of the study is a saying one kind of like an apple. A day keeps the doctor away. Now you know in this researcher saying an orange day keeps the disease away so one question. So what if you just have orange juice. Is that give you what you need..

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Mark Levin Addresses Two-Day Absence

Mark Levin

01:49 min | Last month

Mark Levin Addresses Two-Day Absence

"One I want to thank Richie and Ben for sitting in I didn't take off because of my birthday I wasn't planning on taking off at all It's too much important stuff going on But I will share with you we'll get into extraordinary detail That last week I wasn't feeling very well And then over the weekend I'm trying to remember which day it was I think it was Sunday There was a little festival out here in Virginia And I went there my wife my mother in law And I dropped them off at a spot and they parked and when I walked from the car about a hundred 120 feet I had tremendous pressure on my chest and I could breathe very well So I kind of knew what it was having had bypass and stents before And then that evening when we came home and I sat down it intensified So I wasn't even doing anything and then I knew it had an issue and I went into the hospital And they implanted another stent So that makes three or four stance three bypasses that is three graphs One bypass procedure And it's unfortunately it's fairly aggressive as the cardiologist told me and it is I think the word he used was dispersed The heart disease is dispersed in a number of areas But the main blockage was 90% blocked that's been addressed There's a few others and we should be able to keep them under control So I'm not going anywhere

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The Nutritional Advantages of Oats

Diet Science

02:27 min | Last month

The Nutritional Advantages of Oats

"Week. We're talking about oats. Oh so very good. I always feel that everyone needs to know oats. Yes absolutely so. What would you like to share about oats well other than than the the typical health benefits votes. There's actually two compounds in oats that i don't think very many people know about and so wanted to talk about those today but then also talk about the various types of oats. I think a lot of people have heard of these different types but they don't really know how they're prepared and what makes them different from each other. Good good good topic all right. Yeah so. I think most people probably know that oats Help lower cholesterol. He also helped to lower blood pressure and stabilize blood. Sugar levels have also been known to help people with diabetes. So that's a one of the important things and a lot of these benefits In the past were attributed to a particular type of fiber that's in the oats called beta glue can And that has really kind of gotten most of the attention in previous studies on oats and their health benefits. But we're coming to find out that Oats contain more than twenty unique polyphenol compounds which are like phytochemicals Called evanston reminds have strong antioxidant anti inflammatory and anti itching properties which is why people can use. Oats says a bath like if you get poison oak or poison ivy. Get that itchiness on your skin. The compounds and oats are known to reduce that. Oh so that's why that you know they're known for that And then there's a couple of other compounds called avino kocides that Together with the of the ninian through reminds and the venacuro sides. Which are i mean. Both of them are really hard to say. Yes but these are just polyphenol compounds They've also been shown to prevent colon cancer And also heart disease because they help to reduce the the production of nitric oxide in the artery and And also help with the smooth muscle in the artery. So they're they've been studied widely for this now.

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Trees Could Be a Mental, Physical and Climate Change Antidote

Environment: NPR

02:02 min | Last month

Trees Could Be a Mental, Physical and Climate Change Antidote

"Is well known. The trees help counter climate change by soaking up carbon dioxide. Now there is a growing body of research to point to many ways of dose of trees can improve our mental and physical health. Here's martha bebinger member station. W. b. you are on how and why the tiny sapling robin williams planted thirty years ago towers above her boston home. I raise this tree when i raised my children and look at this look at that. She says there's something about being near this tree. It makes everybody a little bit happy around here when you're looking for strength you can't do better than looking at a tree and there's evidence williams may will be gleaning any number of direct or associated health benefits a longer life. Bitter birth outcomes lower stress levels lower risk of heart disease. Dr howard lumpkin. Is it the university of washington school of public health. Lower risk of diabetes reduced symptoms of adhd proximity to trees is associated with a ridiculously broad range of health benefits. I wish we had pills. That were this good for health. A few countries notably japan and south korea have invested in a practice known as forest bathing which is spending time among trees as a preventive health measure but prescribing time in nature is still pretty far outside mainstream medicine in the. Us from can says that. Maybe because there's a lot we don't know what doses needed. Do you need to walk. Among trees is sufficient just to look at the trees from outside your window. Do you need big trees or do small trees do the trick we you know. We're not able to tease the forest from the trees. Peter james at harvard medical school aims to answer a lot of those questions. He's merging health data captured by phones. Real time surveys about wellbeing and mood and street. View mapping data to dig into. What's exactly within view. Is it trees. Is it flowers and how those things are related to help behaviors and health outcomes.

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Rep. Chip Roy Reacts to Biden Withholding Monoclonal Antibodies From Florida and Texas

Mark Levin

01:52 min | Last month

Rep. Chip Roy Reacts to Biden Withholding Monoclonal Antibodies From Florida and Texas

"Is even more horrifying And we have the Montgomery County judge here in Texas, which is near Houston. Who posted on Facebook yesterday, the day before. I'm not sure if you saw it where he right. He wrote out the 2000 Texans that were benefiting from the treatment that they had put in place to have a clinic or set up there to run these mono monoclonal antibody treatment. And it was successful. And this is where the vaccinated and unvaccinated and then now you've got the Democratic leadership in Washington coming in and saying no, no, no. We're going to step in and interfere with the market and create a problem that didn't really exist. And I look, I wrote a letter to the HHS on Monday, lighting them on fire about this and raising this issue up the flagpole and then load the whole We get 24 hours later, they were gonna have a briefing on Friday. We had that briefing today, Mark And I asked twice. I got cut off. And then I got back in Q asking a second time. Hey, how many, Uh, doses do you currently have a supply? How many can be made per month and what's the demand? You tell me the numbers. You show me how there's some massive national shortage that you've got to interfere, and they would never answer the question. Literally, he said. Well, we'll just have to get back to you. The numbers to wait you're stepping in and rationing care. Rationing what Texas can get, and you can't even tell me what the numbers are its political. They started off of saying seven states have 70% of the demand on this stuff and get never mind in January. It'll be 10 different states Mark because we know how this virus works. And yet that's what they're doing. It's political. It's purposeful and people's lives at stake. And they're doing it because they don't want to talk about treatment. Not just this. But after cork wine back when that was more effective. Let me tell you something about, uh Hattrick chloroquine. I've been taking that for months. Have heart disease and asthma. Has an harm me in any way.

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"heart disease" Discussed on Cardionerds

Cardionerds

04:03 min | Last month

"heart disease" Discussed on Cardionerds

"Remember that not all the ob floors have telemetry. And it's different an ob floor than an icu. Level of care. Patients may also need a bubble filter in case of shunts. For example in the epsteins patients may have a chance of having a pf. Oh and therefore above fielder will be needed inpatients for example who are having left side destructive nations. We have to be very very clear to avoid excessive volume load and there are other considerations that we should also put into this document including infective. Enter code is prophylaxis the mode of delivery. In what sort of postpartum care this patients will need if they will need telemetry labs echo cardiograms. And also what will be her discharge planning and contraception. Despite a common belief. That section is safer mode of delivery for women with heart disease. It's not widely accepted. The vaginal delivery is preferred in the absence of upset tricks and our fetal indications unfortunately like dr. Warren said maybe many patients have been told in the past that if they were to get pregnant they should have a c. section and this is another common misconception that happens in patients with congenital heart disease the more we know and the more evidence we accrue. We now are able to say that. Vaginal delivery should be considered most patients in the absence of any other potential. Complications indicates of our patient. Bridget assuming her richness are controlled and there are no other major complications. We will specifying delivery plan. That vaginal delivery is recommended in the absence of order. Fetal or obstetric indications and. I think if we don't know if she has a peaceful at this point it will be important to walk her and see if she decides. But even if she doesn't. I think there is still high for how a young mater have a thromboembolic phenomenon through a pf. Oh and therefore it would be safe to use a bubble filter. We would also recommend postpartum echocardiogram and avoidance of excessive volume load. Thank you not in our patients. With adult congenital heart disease may be susceptible to infective undercard ideas because of variety reasons..

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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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Midlife Weight Gain: Don't Blame Your Metabolism

The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

02:46 min | 2 months ago

Midlife Weight Gain: Don't Blame Your Metabolism

"Most of us reach our final adult height at around age. Eighteen or twenty. Unfortunately that doesn't mean that we stop growing on. Average americans continue to gain a pound or two a year every year from the time they reach adulthood until age sixty or so when this trend starts to reverse of course by then a lot of damage has been done although gaining a single pound or two over. The course of a year isn't going to make a big difference in your health gaining thirty or forty pounds over the course of your adult lifespan can have a significant negative impact. On your risk of diabetes heart disease cancer and other conditions related to obesity such as knee pain and sleep apnea so what drives this weight gain in middle age. There's long been an assumption that this seemingly universal trend is due at least in part to a slowing of the metabolism in midlife. We've all been told that our bodies engines simply reva little faster when we're younger and that there's not that much that can be done. If we want to avoid gaining weight through midlife we're going to have to spend more time exercising or adjust our food intake to compensate for this inevitable slowing of the metabolism. Now if you refuse to go gently into this good night you can find all kinds of special diets workouts and supplements promising to goose up your middle aged metabolism to the extent that any of these actually succeed in boosting your resting metabolic rate. The effect is likely to be quite small as i've said before trying to lose weight by boosting. Your metabolism is like trying to row a boat with a butter knife. You're going to be rowing for an awfully long time. Without moving very far but a new study is during all of these assumptions about midlife metabolism into the blender researchers used a sophisticated technique called the doubly labeled water method to measure energy expenditure in a diverse population of over six thousand people and these subjects ranged in age from newborn to ninety five years old and they also came from a wide variety of ethnic backgrounds and cultures and the results were almost exactly the opposite of what our observations might have led us to believe not surprisingly are metabolic rate is highest when we're babies it peaks at about twelve months of age and then declined steadily until we reach early adulthood but then our metabolic rate is remarkably stable from age twenty to age sixty. There is virtually no slowing in

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Igor Vovkovinskiy, Tallest Man in US, Dies in Minnesota

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00:13 sec | 2 months ago

Igor Vovkovinskiy, Tallest Man in US, Dies in Minnesota

"The tallest man in the U. S. Has died. The family of Igor both go. Vince Key, said He died of heart disease at the age of 38. Seven, FT. Eight Ukrainian man moved to Minnesota in 1989 for medical

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The Dangers of Sugar and Children

Food Issues

02:09 min | 2 months ago

The Dangers of Sugar and Children

"We all know that sugar isn't good for us but really let's take a deep dive into why we really need to limit it in our kids diets. Oh absolutely well. I think you know. Sometimes we forget that during times of rapid growth like in childhood and adolescence that you know kids bodies are really sensitive to the influence of dieting activity. Because they're growing so fast they're seltzer turning over rapidly and that makes them especially vulnerable to the effects of food of physical activity and weight and even environmental damage that can occur and so we really need to put an emphasis during this time of rapid cell growth to make sure that the genes that are being activated or turning on towards health not towards a genetic susceptibility and sugar can actually displace some of these high value. Nutrition foods that play in essential role not just in growth but an immunity but also cognition and genetic expression okay. That's something that we don't typically hear about. And so what about the things we do hear about a lot in terms of childhood obesity. Type two diabetes like these things. We should be concerned about. Oh absolutely i mean first off anytime you look at childhood obesity wolf whether you know kids are really actually normal weight or an overweight. Too much sugar again. Just places. high value nutrition and micronutrients that can increase the inflammatory process that leads to chronic disease over time. Even kids who were teenagers who are overweight and adolescents have a significantly higher risk of colon cancer later in life. I mean we're even seeing precursors in heart disease in children. I mean if you look at like obesity in preschoolers. I think it's risen from around five percent in the early seventies like nineteen seventy two up to close to fourteen percent

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When Is It Time for Women to Consider Taking Estrogen Replacements?

Ask The Health Expert

02:14 min | 2 months ago

When Is It Time for Women to Consider Taking Estrogen Replacements?

"You have your diet really dialed in Really important so you're getting good sleep you're matching your thyroid's working while your diet is dial you've done the verge diet figure out hidden thomas. You brought that information your everyday life. You've done the sugar impact. I to lower your sugar impact become a fat-burner and now you're adding in some intermittent fasting. You know what normal feels like for you right now right. You've got that new normal you've incorporated in some fido estrogen foods. Tahini garbanzo flax. You're eating a really good healthy diet because you love yourself. Then at that point. Oh and you've optimize your vitamin d. Which is the pro hormone at the top of the cascade at that point then you start to look at. How do i feel at this point. However my blood markers one of the challenges for women are estrogen. Go-slow is a couple things go go sideways. Low estrogen impacts your bone your brains and your heart women die of heart disease more than anything else so what you wanna see. Where are you now. You know what's going on with your heart where what's your cholesterol levels. All the different markers for good cardiovascular health homocysteine. ldl hdl looking at particle size number looking at l. p. little a super important one by brennan. John's you're looking at all of those looking at blood sugar and insulin. You're looking at your brain function. Meaning if you walk into a room and go. Why the heck am i here probably have a little brain fog right and then also you get into bone density test. That's important fish oil and sacks can help with bone remodeling so that's can be helpful so you're looking at all those aspects. You're going all right. How am i doing here and if you're not doing well that's a time to really look at doing hormone replacement. Therapy in the window is not white here. You can't you can't go into post menopause and then decide five years later. You gonna do that so you really have to be looking at this as you're going through and working with the functional medicine doctor to look at the bio identical how you're going to Optimize them and how you gonna cycle them. And what's important here is. You'll have the lab tests which will also have how you feel. That's why you've got so no in your skin. How you feel. What feeling good feels like so that you can use the least amount to get the most the best effect real

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Progressives Have Made No Progress - They've Only Made America Worse

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:12 min | 2 months ago

Progressives Have Made No Progress - They've Only Made America Worse

"How are things getting better. Exactly heart diseases up. Eroticism is up mental. Health issues are up now. I'm not there. There's been a medical. Innovations praise got better better of course ability to detect detect tumors ability to treat alzheimer's those things have objectively improved over the last decade. But to say that in my lifetime humanity by has gotten infinitely better. That's not true. Life expectancy is also going down so life explains he's going down. Obesity is going up. Poverty is going up wealth inequalities going up. Homelessness is going up mental health issues. Going up. suicide is going up. Violent crime is going up. What exactly's progressive about the moment. We're it just give us more power. Perfection is around the corner. And the reason i say this is not to be doom and gloom we still live in the greatest nation ever to exist in the history of the world. We've so much opportunity around us. We should be optimistic and cheerful in the way that we approach all these things but don't fall the lie. Don't accept the premise. Don't say that all of a sudden are hyper commercialize. Society of the corporate class of declining church attendance and a kind of solis government that we live under somehow by definition better because of time marches. On that's not true and this is the brilliance of donald trump's marketing. He said you know what. Make america great again. I actually like how things used to be. They said he's anesthesiologist. Y- he's engaging in what are they used to say. They used to say he was engaging in this manipulative nostalgia nostalgia. I should say nostalgia. That's the right way to pronounce it. Try to manipulative nostalgic. Hard to say if you don't have a break between the two words that he wants to hearken back to a time of racism and bigotry. That's not true. He missed an america where everyone was walking around with a supercomputer in the right hand pocket. Where you weren't anxious all the time that you were about to get a text or tweet in email that up route your entire day. I missed that. America

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What Is an Abscessed Tooth?

BrainStuff

01:34 min | 2 months ago

What Is an Abscessed Tooth?

"Recent studies have also linked oral infections to other serious medical conditions like diabetes heart disease and stroke. So what exactly is obsessed to and how can you avoid getting one. An abscess is a type of infection. That's identifiable by inflamed tissue surrounding a localized collection of yellowish white. Fluid called pus. Which is made up of white blood cells tissue and micro-organisms. A tooth abscess is most commonly caused by severe tooth decay or cavities other culprits are ginger vitus gum disease and damage to the teeth. Like brakes and chips. An abscess starts when openings. In the to the normal allow bacteria to travel to an infect the pulpy center of the tooth in severe cases the infection can affect the jawbone as well as the soft tissue in the mount a left untreated infection from an abscessed tooth can even spread to other parts of the body and cause abscesses in the brain heart infections. Pneumonia and other complications. The main hallmark of an abscessed tooth is a painfully throbbing or stabbing to toothache it will sometimes be accompanied by a bitter taste in the mouth. Bad breath swollen glands swelling in the mouth and fever paradoxically as the infection spreads and worsens. It may kill the nerve root of the tooth and the toothache may go away or subside. So if you have had a bad toothache even if it does subside. You should still see a dentist. Treatment of abscessed. Teeth involves draining the infection. A dentists usually also prescribe a course of antibiotics to fight any lingering infection

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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 disease" Discussed on The Academic Minute

The Academic Minute

01:46 min | 2 months ago

"heart disease" Discussed on The Academic Minute

"Imagine if you could add years to your life and improve your chances of not dying from heart disease imagine if it only took one small change but first why is heart. Disease important is the cause of nearly eighteen million lives lost each year. The sad fact is that a large number of these deaths are preventable. Why because the development of the majority of risk factors for heart disease can be avoided. The good news is that we can reduce risk for heart disease through our diet. We have found that eating one cup per day or vegetables like lettuce. Beetroot and spinach can significantly reduce the risk of heart disease. We analyze data from over fifty. Three thousand participants of the danish died cancer and health. Study over a twenty three year period. We evaluated the died followed by participants focusing on vegetable nitrate intake against health outcomes related to the hot. We found that participants who followed a nitrate rich vegetable diet. Had about a two and a half millimeter. Mercury lower systolic blood pressure and a twelve to twenty six percent lower risk of heart disease compared to participants consuming less nitrate rich vegetables and other key finding was at one cup of leafy green vegetables was enough to reach the optimal levels of nitrate calculated at fifty nine milligrams per day. We did not see for the benefits in people who ate higher levels of nitrate rich vegetables. So eating just one cup of knighthood rich vegetables can therefore have a valuable impact on the health of your heart

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Catherine Bondonno of Edith Cowan University on Leafy Greens and Heart Disease

The Academic Minute

01:46 min | 2 months ago

Catherine Bondonno of Edith Cowan University on Leafy Greens and Heart Disease

"Imagine if you could add years to your life and improve your chances of not dying from heart disease imagine if it only took one small change but first why is heart. Disease important is the cause of nearly eighteen million lives lost each year. The sad fact is that a large number of these deaths are preventable. Why because the development of the majority of risk factors for heart disease can be avoided. The good news is that we can reduce risk for heart disease through our diet. We have found that eating one cup per day or vegetables like lettuce. Beetroot and spinach can significantly reduce the risk of heart disease. We analyze data from over fifty. Three thousand participants of the danish died cancer and health. Study over a twenty three year period. We evaluated the died followed by participants focusing on vegetable nitrate intake against health outcomes related to the hot. We found that participants who followed a nitrate rich vegetable diet. Had about a two and a half millimeter. Mercury lower systolic blood pressure and a twelve to twenty six percent lower risk of heart disease compared to participants consuming less nitrate rich vegetables and other key finding was at one cup of leafy green vegetables was enough to reach the optimal levels of nitrate calculated at fifty nine milligrams per day. We did not see for the benefits in people who ate higher levels of nitrate rich vegetables. So eating just one cup of knighthood rich vegetables can therefore have a valuable impact on the health of your heart

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Charlie Kirk Says COVID-19 Is Not the Leading Cause of Death

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:09 min | 2 months ago

Charlie Kirk Says COVID-19 Is Not the Leading Cause of Death

"The right thing to do. How big of a threat is the chinese corona virus. Well every single day in the united states according to data that is publicly available as of two thousand nineteen one thousand eight hundred people die of heart disease. Why don't we lockdown burger king mcdonalds and wendy's and not locked down businesses of people that are trying their best to get by in fact. Why would we lockdown gymnasiums when people are actually literally trying to get healthy by the way this is daily. Let me just reinforce this. This is daily. One thousand eight hundred people die. Every single day of heart disease one thousand six hundred forty of cancer four hundred seventy by accident four hundred thirty of chronic lower respiratory disease. Four hundred ten of stroke their three hundred thirty of alzheimer's and now cova deaths are below three hundred twenty four. In fact yesterday there was seventy one confirmed cova deaths. Seventy one confirmed cova debts. And if you look at category by category last year included zero to seventeen years old three hundred and forty people died involving with one thousand nine hundred and alex berenson says that that is almost immeasurable. Statistically fifty one thousand two hundred thirteen people died from all causes from ages. Eighteen to twenty nine two thousand four hundred ninety three people died from coverted and ninety six thousand six hundred twenty five from all causes from thirty to thirty nine years old. Seven thousand one hundred forty five people died from cove in nineteen allegedly and one hundred thirty seven thousand people eight hundred forty nine from all causes you go category to category. Do you know that cova was not the leading cause of death for any single age group including last year including eighty five years and older including seventy five to eighty four. It was not the leading cause of death for any category or any group.

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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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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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Why Are People on so Many Prescription Drugs?

Health Quest Podcast

01:48 min | 3 months ago

Why Are People on so Many Prescription Drugs?

"Hello and welcome back to health quest. Podcast i'm your host steve langford. Thanks for joining me. I'm glad you're here. I have what i think is perhaps the most important topic that i've covered that i want to convey to you that i think could have the most impact on your understanding of your health situation and how important it is to understand the medications that you're being offered by your doctor. And what is the value. The real purpose of these medications. And what can you expect from them. I think this is such an important topic. Because i encounter people frequently. Who say i have high blood pressure. I have high cholesterol and my doctor is gonna put me on these drugs and i don't know that i want to be on these drugs. A lot of people feel that way but we also don't feel like we have enough information to make that decision on our own. The statistics that we often hear about the benefits of these drugs are rather startling and they make it sound as if we are all in danger of having an episode from high blood pressure stroke heart disease brittle bone high cholesterol and heart disease. And we think that these things are imminent in our lives because we have an elevated number. Our blood pressure is elevated are bone density as low. Our cholesterol is high. And so we don't quite understand. The context in which these drugs are designed to benefit us and to what degree they will benefit us

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"heart disease" Discussed on Cardionerds

Cardionerds

03:55 min | 3 months ago

"heart disease" Discussed on Cardionerds

"Health and we should take them as seriously when they come in and not minimize trivialize I've heard so many women tell me that they have felt shamed and blamed. Were not gone to the east. What if they told me. It's just gerd and literally are afraid of what the neighbors were. Think or what the doctors will think so. I think that if we could tell anybody all of us have to be reminded after a long busy day is believing her. Because i have gained so much humility over my career because things that i was taught were not heart disease symptoms or were not heart disease i now know are i know that twenty years ago i told patients. It's not your heart. Good news. Because i did all the tests that i could. We know better now. But we don't know enough so believe her. Let me add some tangential inflammation. There are several studies in the literature. Both from intensive care units and from emergency rooms that the women who are providers the women physicians have better outcomes slow their patients than the men position and these are good studies and they are true. Now i will tell you. We are probably not any smarter than our male colleagues but we do know how to listen and the most important part in getting information from the patient is to let the patients seek and to lists and perhaps if i want to alter some of the healthcare education curriculum it would be to teach people how to listen. Thank you very much. And so what. I'm hearing is empowerment. Women should feel empowered to advocate for themselves. And then hashtag believer really on the flip side. The onus is not on the patient but on the provider to believe and then let the patient speak and listen. Even if you're busy that is the first step of making the right diagnosis. So i'll turn this now over to ellen ellen. would you mind. Sharing us is something that you wish your providers new. Yeah saw when. I had my scabbed. Eleven years ago. I was assigned a cardiologists and i.

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"heart disease" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Radio

Mayo Clinic Radio

03:46 min | 11 months ago

"heart disease" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Radio

"That it can lead to increase instance of diabetes. But it's usually a earlier occurrence of diabetes than if you weren't on the staten so if you were obese have high fasting blood sugar have metabolic syndrome with the big punch. You'll go into become a diabetic about three months earlier than if you weren't on the staten but for everyone patient gets diabetes. Five heart attacks are prevented. We've heard that term metabolic syndrome a lot and it's difficult to understand for us and our listeners. Netflix metabolic syndrome has five factors. What the main was the big punch big abdominal obesity which is a very active fat. It puts out chemicals. That are bad for us. It makes us more insulin resistant. Which for women going through menopause. That's where you're likely to gain weight. Yeah and women. It's really a higher risk falcon for them Second is blood pressure that's elevated third. Is the low hdl or low good cholesterol. It cleans out the arteries and then the blood pressure those the factors that really lead to more inflammation. And if you control those that you're much better off. We've heard you talk about fish oil before and as i recall. You're a proponent I want to know if you still are. And is that for everybody or is that just for people with heart disease well. It helps a lot of people in not just people with heart disease. Recent study showed that high dose fish oil. Epa specifically a certain type of epa which is within you find on the bottle when you buy in the store will reduce a heart attacks if you have real high triglycerides even if your ldl is controlled when it comes to fish and fish oil. If you don't like fish fish oil take its place. Oh you'd like ideally to use both of them and it's better to have the fish and there's no pill that replaces lifestyle in mediterranean diet is more than just a diet. It's a lifestyle aspirin baby aspirin who should be taken. It still think it's a preventative for people who have had heart disease or have art design if you had heart disease. Aspirin is beneficial. There's no there's no argument about that unless you have bleeding problems from it if you don't have heart disease it's not as helpful as we used to think it was. You have to be a higher risk for heart attack or the next ten years. Ten twelve fifteen percent risk those people benefit but the average person which is lower like seven eight percent risks..

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"heart disease" Discussed on The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

06:22 min | 11 months ago

"heart disease" Discussed on The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

"There i'm monica rhino. And you are. Listening to the nutrition diva podcast. Welcome this week. We're talking about the latest study to throw shade on artificial sweeteners. A study published last month in the journal of the american college of cardiology found. That soda drinkers have a higher risk of heart disease than those who do not drink sweetened beverages now the association between sugar consumption and heart disease risk is not new as a person's sugar intake increases so does their risk of cardiovascular disease and this association by the way is seen regardless of the age the body weight or the exercise habits of the person even among those with otherwise healthy diets. Lots of fruits and vegetables lean meat whole grains and that sort of thing heart disease risk increases with added sugar intake. The more surprising thing about this study however was that those who drank a lot of sweden soda had the same elevated risk as people who drank a lot of sugar sweetened soda. The risk of heart disease was about one third higher among those who were high consumers of either type of soda compared to low consumers that means if ten out of one hundred low consumers developed heart disease than thirteen out of one hundred high consumer would. So let's talk a little bit about how sugar can hurt your health. Those who consume more added. Sugars are more likely to be overweight. And that certainly contributes to heart disease risk. But even when you're not overweight a diet high in sugar can raise your triglycerides levels. That's the amount of fat that is circulating in your bloodstream. It may also lead to fatty deposits in the liver and these could be some of the mechanisms that would explain the link between sugar intake and heart disease risk but none of that explains how artificial sweeteners might increase cardiovascular risk. And that's the real mystery here. There's no obvious mechanism to explain how artificial sweeteners might hurt. Your heart and this is not the first mystery regarding zero calorie sweeteners. Despite being low in sugar and calories artificial sweetener us has been linked with increasing rates of diabetes and obesity. Now early on theories were proposed to try to explain this. Maybe we thought the sweet taste somehow tricks the body into responding as if it is actually sugar or perhaps artificial sweeteners. Increase our appetite or make us crave sugar research designed to test. Those theories has so far. Come up empty handed. Well not completely empty handed but as is so often. The case research in humans fails to bear out preliminary findings in lab rats. The best theory. We have at the moment to explain. This apparent paradox is that the artificial sweeteners might change the makeup of our gut. Microbiome in ways that promote weight gain or diabetes and unlike the other hypotheses there is some human research to support this and perhaps something similar is underlying this latest finding regarding heart disease. But i think the larger point here is that the data consistently contradict the notion that artificial sweeteners are somehow healthier or perhaps less unhealthy than sugar. Both are fine in moderation of course but high consumption of either one. Either sugar or artificial sweeteners is linked to poorer health outcomes. The keyword here of course is linked as the artificial sweetener industry would very much like to remind everyone correlation is not causation and most of the data that we have on this question our observational. They come from big epidemiological studies that look at dietary patterns and health outcomes over long stretches of time and that sort of steady cannot prove that artificial sweeteners cause any of those health problems but they do often seem to be nearby when these problems occur so should we quit drinking soda. Do we need to change what we're doing based on this latest research. I think that really depends on what you're doing if you occasionally have a diet soda. I don't think you have anything to worry about for that matter if you occasionally have a regular soda. I don't think that's cause for alarm either. But if you're drinking soda whether regular or diet on a daily basis that might be more of a concern aside from whatever affects the sugar or the artificial. Sweeteners are having on your body. Sweetened foods and beverages whether they're sweetened with sugar or with artificial sweeteners. Don't contribute much nutrition to your diet and they may easily crowd more nutritious foods out of your diet. The point is that reaching pry diet soda instead of a regular soda doesn't really constitute a nutritional upgrade if you really want a healthier alternative choose water or sparkling water and by the same token if you're looking for a healthier sweet treat a piece of fresh or dried fruit is going to be a choice than an artificially sweetened brownie or ice cream. My advice is to exercise the same degree of moderation with sweeteners. As you would with added sugars now as you recall the guidelines for added sugars are to limit them to about twenty five grams per day. And remember we don't count the naturally occurring sugars in fruit or dairy products towards that total. But we do include honey molasses maple syrup and other so-called natural sweeteners. So what does that translate to in terms of artificial sweeteners. The equivalent of twenty five grams per day in a non caloric sweetener would be about three packets or one diet soda per day

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"heart disease" Discussed on Diet Science

Diet Science

07:03 min | 1 year ago

"heart disease" Discussed on Diet Science

"What's the topic for this week this week? We are talking about bananas bananas. Yeah, you know, we always have that old adage of an apple a day keeps the doctor away, but we can actually add a banana into that too and banana a day may keep the heart disease away. Oh heart disease. Okay. Well, I'm listening bananas have a lot of cardiovascular health benefits because of the nutrients that are in them and here again kind of like wage. Talked about on a previous podcast of potatoes being banished right as a a food that is too high in whatever bananas have often been relegated to that category as well because they're always considered to be thinking that they're high in sugar and that sugar content is, you know too much for our you know, our blood sugar levels that but actually a bananas are actually in the office low glycemic category. Hm all different stages of ripeness. So for example, a under ripe banana, which we would basically call like a green banana. It's glycemic index level is a 30 which is really low to be low glycemic. You need to be between 1 and 55. So 30 is considered a very low glycemic if you have a slightly under ripe banana, that's yellow with a little bit of green. The GI is 42. Okay, and then in a ripe banana cake Can all yellow his fifty-one so you're kind of getting close to the 55, but it's still in the low range and then an overripe yellow flecked with brown has a GI of Forty-Eight. So all varieties of banana and no matter what type stage they're all low low glycemic. Hm. So I think that that's a you know, it's a myth that's been perpetuated and of course, you know, we have different sized bananas that you can buy. There's like really big ones during those small ones. So I always try to go with the medium sized banana cuz that's what these GI numbers are from. Well I can see why the internet just kind of grabs onto that. It's got a lot of sugar boy if we only didn't have bananas we would be better people. I don't know what the deal is but they really don't like bananas the internet. Yeah, and you know, we see that in low carb diets and those types of things that bananas are off the list but so here's a nutrient quality of bananas. They're high in vitamin K. 6 about 25% of our daily value comes from a banana and they also have vitamin C fiber 11% of our daily need for fiber is from a banana. And of course, they're very rich in potassium. Oh, that's that a medium sized banana has about four hundred milligrams of potassium. So I'm not good for our emotional health isn't that potassium is good for a number of things but really good for the cardiovascular system potassium is also an electrolyte so long we need it to have fluid balance within our body kind of has an electrolyte is something that has like a little electrical charge within the body. So it it actually takes care of our own nervous system all of the nerve impulses that we have. So potassium's important for that. But in terms of cardiovascular health are actually three different ways that bananas help. So the first one off It has to do with the potassium content because potassium is a mineral for maintaining normal blood pressure and heart function. And so the inclusion of bananas can help prevent high blood pressure and protect against atherosclerosis, which is basically atherosclerosis is like when you have inflammation in the arteries and they constrict and oftentimes cholesterol buildup can occur because of that so that's really important a second cardiovascular benefit from bananas involves their content of something called sterols. So bananas are there's no fat food, but one type of fat they do have are small amounts of these compounds called sterols, like saitou sterile campus sterile and stigma sterile and they look structurally similar to cholesterol. So when we say sterile people might not think of cholesterol, but cholesterol is a type of sterile as well. They're they're all similar compounds month. Literally, so these plant sterols because they are structurally similar to cholesterol. They can block the absorption of dietary cholesterol. So if you if you have some cholesterol in your meal, but you also have eaten a banana along with it though sterols and the banana May block the absorption of some of that other cholesterol from your meal off then that helps keep your blood cholesterol levels in check. Wow, so that's and that's another you know, really important aspect of having plant Foods in the diet as a lot of plant Foods off kardos have sterols and them as well and that's like avocados are known to be a cholesterol-lowering food because of their sterile content and then a third type of cardiovascular benefit from banana juice is has to do with their fiber content. I probably talked about this before but bananas are really good source of something called soluble fiber which fiber dissolves in a Fluidity Waters that are you know, from foods that are coming through your digestive tract. So it forms kind of like a gel in a way. I always like to use an example of cuz people can use this visual what happens when you put chia seeds with water. They they absorb the water and they jell up they make like a almost like a gel and so that's happening in your intestine when you have soluble fiber in your diet. So bananas have a lot of soluble fiber and what that does is it attracts cholesterol to it and it also attracts even some of the carbohydrates and sugars from the meal. It tracks them into that gel and then they don't get absorbed into your bloodstream. They stay in the stool and then they are eliminated through the bowel movement rather than actually having them into the bloodstream. So that's how soluble fiber manages our blood sugar and manages our cholesterol levels. So that's you know, some bananas man. They're really good. Yep. Really good, they also so something really interesting with athletic performance that I found information on about the banana. So the name of a unique mix of vitamins minerals and the low glycemic carbohydrates making them a favorite fruit among athletes a study of distance cyclists found that eating the equivalent of about one half of a banana every 15 minutes of a 3-hour race was just as good as keeping energy levels steady as drinking an equivalent amount of a carbohydrate and minerals from a processed

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"heart disease" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"heart disease" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Body is when a person under stress the body transposed the stress into tension. Your muscles end up contracting and everyone feel that in their in their upper back and neck. You feel a tightness right? As a doctor I'm working on about the month of that You don't feel such as the muscles in the artery. Okay, enough, and the muscles of the heart is a giant muscle over in the muscles in and around your digestive tract. Easy because these are the things that are resulting in And heart disease, digestive difficulties. And I want to talk a little bit in your show today about nutrition because there are two nutrients that completely handled the body in terms of stress. Okay, according to the research that I've been involved with its simplest calcium and magnesium, calcium and magnesium, right, OK, when you're deficient in calcium and magnesium, A lot of things can happen. Calcium magnesium, for example. Is needed in order to go to sleep at night. And how many people do you know? They just don't sleep while you wake up tired. Your body hurt more. Pretty soon It starts to wear you down and pretty soon you get sick and you have a condition where people are suffering from pain and osteoporosis and fibromyalgia and cramp in their legs and weird illnesses. There's something wrong with this picture. And it has to do with not how much calcium someone taking in their diet or how many calcium supplements or how many ant acid issue and have to do with simple absorption. Is that calcium getting absorbed into your body with calcium? Being something to deal with? Stress isn't calcium for building bones? Well, yeah, OK. Yeah, it does. Build your teeth. But is the 1% of the calcium actually circulates in your blood? So when that 1% starts to drop, it could affect your heart. Your brain, your kidneys. Your organs in your body shuts down actually dies well, so 1% of the count them always have to be in your system. And there's 2/3 of calcium one isn't a diet and to it from the bones themselves. The body will exit will absorb it back from the bones of him. Isn't that right? I see. And what you just discussed right now leads to one of the major causes of condition.

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"heart disease" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"heart disease" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Welcome back I don't want to hear that things are looking great the United States so much better than they were perhaps this is the best adjusting for the week ending on may ninth a grand total of eighteen children in the United States were hospitalized because of coverage okay under eighteen eighteen to eighteen under eighteen two weeks ago and then may ninth were hospitalized because of it know what you think of a number of reasons kids are hospitalized and I'm the proud father of three and I can remember when they went to the hospital when they went to the R. and and thank goodness none of them had serious childhood illnesses but there are so many more kids than that going to the hospital each week it does does does not impact children in the way that impacts old people and people with underlying conditions primarily primarily cardiovascular disease all right so they had a at twelve hundred patients the week of may ninth had to be hospitalized because of Kobe plus underlying heart disease hypertension our two thousand thirty six people had to be hospitalized obesity seventeen hundred those are the big three hypertension heart disease obesity plus coveted means hospitalization that mean death gas are just so much better the mortality in the United States total has plummeted plummeted plummeted all right for the week ending may nine two thousand and eleven Americans died from cove it that's awful that is one seven the number that died a month earlier in the week ending for eleven to fourteen thousand during the seven people died of coverage two thousand eighteen in mid April two thousand three hundred died in mid may that is just great but we can drive those numbers lower if you wear your masks and you go to a store you have to wear a.

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"heart disease" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"heart disease" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Heart disease high blood pressure you're battling something else that's just being managed medically which has to happen of course but really helping people to get to resolution where they can actually get optimal by combining ways that we talk about here on the show to self manage be your own best doctor most of the time key there on most of the time and actually taking responsibility for your own health mostly you'll be better off I don't have any problem with managing acute crisis disease it merges the medicine or anything like that we do it very well it's just when we get to the a line where it becomes chronic and people just sort of you know they put out the lights so that they can pretend that it's really not there when it really is and solutions and causes are not manager dealt with that's where we get into trouble and that's why people are sitting ducks as relates to getting sick and not getting well all right so let's begin this hour with talking about because more more people in the United States are using marijuana they're smoking pot because states are opening up the ability to do that they're making it legalized to Kerry and and obtain and possess a certain amount of it well does smoking marijuana because if you talk to somebody who's absolutely invested into marijuana they will tell you it in their minds that if they smoke marijuana probably be stealthy against corona virus infected many marijuana smokers I've spoken to them they think well if I smoke marijuana will give me resistance because I heard also helps to reduce the risk of cancer well you know if you smoke marijuana occasionally it could increase your risk of suffering complications from corona virus that's what doctors are now warning the virus called nineteen a respiratory disease that can progress from a mild illness to viral pneumonia an organ failure can absolutely happen in people who smoke marijuana the reason for this is pretty simple when you're smoking marijuana or any anything that you're inhaling Indira long's it ought not be in there it creates inflammation it's it plasters your lung tissue with information leading to bronchitis or inflammation of the bronchial tubes and your alveolo idols little sacks of oxygen were all the exchange oxygen goes on they also get inflamed and irritated and then call the nineteen comes along and there you are down and out already hit on four out of eight cylinders and we wonder why people get sick that and these are this information is coming from pulmonologists user long doctors these are doctors who that's their wheel house don't believe don't believe for a minute if you're a pot smoker that if you prod smoking pot that that doesn't increase your risk it does greatly it greatly increases your risk you might want to think about or reconsider giving it up maybe your choice though obviously your choice now if you're just tuning and also we have a health poll question we're asking you to give us your opinion here it is which emotion best describes how corona virus impacted you Hey you're anxious B. you're depressed see your fearful or D. none of the above you're happy you can vote on that question on my personal website at Dr Bob dot com still other were Dr D. O. C. T. O. R. Bob dot com Dr Bob dot com the question which emotion best describes how coronavirus has impacted you Hey you're anxious B. you're depressed so you're fearful D. none of the above we'll have the results of that poll not next week once we once we gather our data now if you're interested if there's a health question top of your mind right now for yourself personally or somebody that's in your life is having a health problem or some type of a health challenge I'm happy to try to answer and do my best to.

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"heart disease" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"heart disease" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"Stress the body transposes the stress into attention okay and your mother they end up contracting and everyone feels that in their in their upper back and neck you feel a tightness right the doctor I'm more concerned about the mother that you don't feel such as the mother of the in the artery okay now up in the month of the heart is a giant must not be over in the month of them around your digestive tract think of the other things that are resulting in again heart disease died yes the difficulty is there I want to talk a little bit in your show today about nutrition because there are too many nutrients that completely handle the body in terms of stress okay according to the research that I've been involved with it is that simple as calcium and magnesium calcium and magnesium right okay when you're deficient in calcium and magnesium a lot of things can happen to help the magnesium for example is needed in order to go to sleep at night and how many people do you know they just don't sleep well you wake up tired your body hurts more pretty soon it starts to wear you down and pretty soon you get sick and you have a condition but people are suffering from pain osteoporosis and fibromyalgia and cramps in their legs and weird illnesses so there's something wrong with this picture and it has to do with not how much can help implement taking in their diet or how many calcium supplements are humming it after the issue and have to do with simple absorption is that calcium getting absorbed in your body with calcium being something to deal with stress isn't calcium for building bones well yes okay yeah it does WTF but if the one percent of the calcium actually circulates in your blood the one that one percent start to drop it could affect your heart it your brain your kidneys your organs in your body shop don't actually die well so one percent.

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"heart disease" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"heart disease" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Heart disease and you don't the February two thousand fifteen American cancer society guidelines say that fundamental to cancer therapy should be the diet that I recommend and no doctors recommend it I can tell you right now here will turn greatest Lucas also have colitis Crohn's disease etcetera Bob in my hands are as common as curing constipation in other words people yet symptom relief recorded seven days and if you're not here and I really need it and I will I will but if the data for the cure heart disease diabetes and the care of autoimmune diseases any medical professionals listening for any signs of glistening it's well published on my site every day to my website so why not get rid of these diseases why not avoid cold water extractors the reason that people under the age of sixty five all the way down to thirteen years of age Diane Cole Moberg factors is not just the elderly is because their immuno compromised and I have it here the cashier is to either diet the people traditionally eight and that the starch based diet let me give you six fifty six in China during the H. one and one clue compared to Toronto where they eat the American diet are the death rate will drop so forty years ago was twice as high as the China let me give you a concrete example Italy northern Italy has a death rate of about about eight times what it is I want you to focus on what they eat in northern Italy which is a reflection of what they did in Spain which is a reflection of the western diet which will even U. S. how much that there that two countries like the US South Korea China but people are still on a diet based on right the fruits of vegetables they have Gerry from minimal extent and if they have me well not the must try and it's not a bad meat more than once a day I mean it's rare and this all changed in nineteen eighty and nineteen eighty the journal American medical subject back to two thirteen or thirteen the general medical medical social group or the results of Chinese and they said before nineteen eighty the Chinese people had cure them R. one percent chance the ball quite diabetes and since nineteen eighty thirty five years they develop population was twelve percent yeah comorbid factor type two diabetes and that clear half of Chinese population suffers from prediabetes so you know what I'm trying to say is look around you and everybody thanks all Americans are overweight they have high blood sugars your email compromise another words don't start thinking you'll don't have caramels comorbid factors you are at high risk now the nice thing is is with them well I run a ten day program I have dated that spans over here in Oregon health and science university the good news is is that when people hear this message and for example we deem and corn and rice and vegetables and fruits and you give up things that are rock soon when your electricity goes off your creature if you think you're gonna fill your refrigerator with chicken fish beef or cheese and set their Jerry what's going on and expect to eat yourself now I have a hundred pounds of sitting in my storage room and I'll be able to eat in fact Merion I plan on P. where is the next two months and all we have to do is take the beans and dried corn and the right and I'm sorry I D. like you know like human beings associate I just finished a rice curry dishes we had caters in corn all it's missing is the yellow and crime distrusting okay now holders disease causing that Americans have become accustomed to that they cannot eat less they covered with ketchup start partial the only gets a giving up of nothing which is seen as the loss of called morbid disease and a.

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"heart disease" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Q

Mayo Clinic Q

10:24 min | 1 year ago

"heart disease" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Q

"Trae tease. You know there are millions of people in this country with heart. Disease in fact is the number one killer of both men and women in the US and the majority of those people have C. A. D. or coronary artery disease and. That's when the major blood vessels that supply the muscles of your heart. They supply blood. They supply nutrients. They supplied a supply oxygenated when they become damaged or diseased. It's called coronary artery disease. And that of course is usually the result of cholesterol containing deposits called plaque along with a little information inflammation and it is a process that we know as Atherosclerosis when the plaque buildup it narrows your coronary arteries and that decreases the blood flow to your heart's eventually that can cause symptoms that you might recognize chest pain shortness of breath a complete blockage can even cause a heart attack. And we know there's lots of things that you can do to prevent heart disease but what about reversing the damage that has already been done? Is that possible? Let's find out from Mayo Clinic Preventive Cardiologist Dr Stephen Kobetski. Welcome back to the program. Thank you for having me Backtra Kopetski you. You know. I've heard you say that you wanted to start a coronary artery disease reversal clinic suggesting that in fact if you're coronary artery disease you could make them better. Yes very clearly you can. We have the clinic. We just don't call it that. Unfortunately but the data the studies have shown you can reverse heart disease. You can reverse this narrowing of the arteries to the heart. Is You mentioned inflammation or the irritation of the lining of the artery is very important to reduce. Because that's what actually causes the blood clot to form in the heart attack to occur. And why do you get the inflammation in the first place? Well that's a great question. There are many things because inflammation smoking. High blood pressure diabetes. If you don't do those you stop the progression of heart disease of the narrowing but it's really diet. Stress Control Exercise. They will help not only stop the progression but actually promote the regression or the opening up of the artery. Is there one of those? It's most important diet stress control number. One risk factor now for early death and disease in the United States and soon to be the World Diet Diet. It used to be smoking. Smoking was yeah. So when you say Diane. Does that mean you have to become a vegetarian to reverse this damage or no? I'm Gong Broth. Only here on the right. No no you don't need to be a vegetarian but it helps if you go more towards more plant based so in the Mediterranean Diet. We've talked about here before. It has four things that aren't vegetarian in it. Red Meat which it suggested three ounces a day a deck of cards fish you know. Eat three or four times a week. A dairy products which is It's very limited just to like one pat of butter a day and then Things like poultry white meat to Turkey or chicken poultry. If you can eat most of your calories being plant-based fruits vegetables blooms whole grains and then to get full on that stuff and add in a little bit of his other things but the two things that Americans have forgotten about any Is Stress and social support and sleep. They all think well everybody's under stress don't worry about it and I don't get much sleep. I'm never I'M GONNA so don't worry about that either. Those two are huge. Because they don't allow you to have resiliency in comeback and change your lifestyle and make in lower your stress left say your heart can be healthier if you get better sleep and reduce your stress. There is no doubt about that now. What about cholesterol? Do we still worry about that. The guidelines have come out. And there'd be a new paper probably soon they'll say cholesterol isn't that important. They said that a couple of years ago and all the press picked up on was that clutch strong important. If they would read the article it would say that we eat so much saturated fat in animal fat and saturated fat in this country that the cholesterol we take in isn't as important as it used to be. So you really ought to cut down both the cholesterol and the saturated fat but you still believe in statins for people who have elevated cholesterol or are you more suggesting that it can be controlled with Diet. In most patients that can be controlled with diet takes a pretty radical change and we ask them to migrate to new died over one to two years. Because you can't just do it tomorrow. So statins have been around for a long time and there are a lot of people taking statins. So right right Any long term side effects that you've identified you know we've we have found that it can lead to increase incidence of diabetes. But it's usually earlier occurrence of diabetes than if you weren't on the Stanton so if you were obese have high fasting blood sugar have metabolic syndrome with the big haunch. You'll go into become a diabetic about three months earlier. Than if you weren't on the stanton but for everyone patient gets diabetes. Five heart attacks are prevented. We've heard that term metabolic syndrome a lot and it's difficult to understand for us and our listeners. Aspen Netflix Metabolic Syndrome has five factors. What the main was the big paunch big abdominal obesity which is very active fat. It puts out chemicals that are bad for us. It makes us more insulin resistant. Which for women going through menopause. That's where you're likely to gain weight and women it's really a higher risk for them Second is blood pressure that's elevated third is the low. Hdl Or low good. Cholesterol cleans out the arteries. And then the blood pressure. Those factors that really lead to more inflammation. And if you control those that you're much better off. We've heard you talk about fish oil before. And as I recall your a proponent I want to know if you still are and is that for everybody or is that just for people with heart disease. Well it helps a lot of people not just people with heart disease you know. Recent study showed that high dose fish oil. Epa specifically a certain type of EPA which is within you find on the bottle when you buy in the store will reduce heart attacks if you have real high triglycerides even if your ldl is controlled all right a drug called. Cpa just read that the FDA approved an expanded use of this fish oil drum. That's the one. Epa as the via C. E. P. A. is spelled and that's the one that they approved and that's one that showed benefit when it comes to fish and fish oil if you don't like fish in the you're trying to do the Mediterranean Diet but you're not eating fish fish oil take its place or is that something that you would want us both of them fish and fish oil you like ideally to use both of them and it's better to have the fish and there's no pill replaces lifestyle in the. Mediterranean died is more than just a diet. It's a lifestyle stop by the store on the way home. Pick up the the fish fresh. Take it home take awhile to cook it? Sit for a couple of hours with your family as you eat it and talk about the day. Don't just you know. Eat It on the way to the soccer game or something all right. Aspirin BABY ASPIRIN. Who should be taken? It still think it's a preventive for people who have had heart disease or have heart disease if you've had heart disease. Aspirin is beneficial. There's no there's no argument about that unless you have bleeding problems from it if you don't have heart disease it's not as helpful as we used to think it was. You have to be a higher risk for heart attack Over the next ten years. Ten Twelve fifteen percent risk those people benefit but the average person which is lower like seven eight percent risk. They they probably wouldn't benefit. And how does it work? It stops the inflammation in the lining of the arteries and also stops the blood clot formation in the lining of the artery when Exercises something that you're supposed to do. I think that can be intimidating for people when you say. Exercise is what a patient needs to do. What does that mean? Yeah fiscal activities. I've gone to more because exercise. They kind of fold cross their arms and looked at the ceiling in fiscal activity is two things one. DoN'T BE SEDENTARY EVERY HOUR. Get up and move around for three or four minutes. A lot of the big corporations around this country in the world. Now have a thing every hour where you get up and you move around so go up two floors to go the bathroom. Go Talk to a colleague instead of sending them an email. The second thing is intense physical activity. Which is what we used to do. A lot of when you do intense activity three great. Things happen very quickly. One is the heart is told to pump more blood because the muscle say hey. We're running from the sabertooth tiger. We gotTA TRY TO SURVIVE. The second thing is the blood vessels get bigger which lowers blood pressure and the third thing is the muscle. Say Okay Belly Fat Europe next if we survive this run from the Sabertooth Tiger. I need more. Energy can only have twenty minutes of energy and my cell. You start breaking down and sending me extra energy. Because that's where we put extra calories as an adult so it's the American dream I call it you can. Actually we've shown here with research. You can reduce abdominal fat with interval activity all right one final question study from the Journal of the American College of Cardiology. This mark guys. The guys researchers have found that eating Chili peppers regularly can cut the risk of death from heart disease and stroke true. That was the number one read article last year in the Jack and so it is true. And it's funny about. It is not just regular bell peppers hot peppers and this was in addition to a Mediterranean Diet. So they say why. We'll maybe it's inflammation it didn't didn't affect inflammation maybe it's phase. Ah delegation because you get hot and your blood pressure goes down. It didn't affect what looks like. It may be some of the antioxidants that are in their in. Some of these peppers have more all right. Can't argue with that. Peer Review Journal Heart Disease. Hardaway the number one killer of both men and women in this country. Cad coronary artery. Disease is usually the culprit lifestyle. Changes can help prevent it and it can actually be reversed and don't forget. The Chili Peppers are thanks to Dr Stephen. Kobetski preventative cardiologist at the Mayo Clinic. Thanks capacity thanks for having me Mayo. Clinic QNA is a production of Mayo Clinic News Network and is available wherever you get and subscribe to your favorite podcasts. To see a list of all male clinic. Qna podcasts visit news network DOT Mayoclinic Dot Org. Then Click on podcasts. Thanks for listening and be well. We hope you'll offer a review of this and other episodes when the option is available comments and questions can also be sent to Mayo Clinic News Network at Mayo Dot Edu..

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"heart disease" Discussed on Precisione: The Healthcast

Precisione: The Healthcast

09:11 min | 1 year ago

"heart disease" Discussed on Precisione: The Healthcast

"Working. You know you changes rates down blood pressure down. Biomarkers on your labs are so much better and here you go. You know that. Thirty two percent black as eighteen percent this year. Add thickness of regretted is half OTA was last year. Which is a very accepted biological marker of Atherosclerosis? Second do that and sometimes it's not reversing and it's pretty obvious that have not been on track or we need to dig further as to what is irritating. They're at risk system but the bottom line is it's real you can make people younger internally. I- guiding them to you know is a lifestyle I but the integrated part of me says there are a few tricks whether they be what we call nutraceutical vitamins. That have science. I'll tell you there's fascinating data from Ucla that adding an aged garlic capsule or tablet actually Japanese data initially now data from Ucla. Very prominent cardiology researcher can alter and slow coronary atherosclerosis. Just as one example. Eat all the garlic johnny onions. A Ginger G. Bombs that Joel Firm Alexa talk about. Just throwing that out there. Anybody can go to pubmed that up and put in aged garlic and you'll see its benefits for high blood pressure and randomized study is a randomized placebo. Controlled studies so little tidbits like that. Fire me up. And then I see the objective improvement S. L. You all that hard work. You did all those donuts. Who pushed away and beans beef? You substituted have made a difference. So that's very cool. That's good all the garlic. Ginger have been eating have been protecting my heart. I guess there your heart your brain pretty re body wide benefits to Those kind of they're all they all contain sulfur again. I just brought up the name of a medical doctor. Russell Jaffe MVP HD he says G. G. O. B. E. but at its ginger garlic onion BRASSICA like Broccoli. A Rubella of family is eggs because there is sulfur. Egg Yolk accounts a so much Baggage like a lot of cholesterol saturated fat. So I dropped. But then you know between Dr Furman Index Russell Jeff. You've got ginger garlic a lot of sulfur. Sulfur helps produce the antioxidants in the body which up this trend survived this dirty dirty world. We live in. How long have you seen that? It takes to reverse heart disease though. Say somebody came to your clinic. They did the coronary calcium scoring. They were hundred How long would it take to get their score down so we can go historically if you're having heart symptoms which we call angina pain back in nineteen seventy nine. I don't even know if you're born saying we're born actually okay. There you go in nineteen seventy nine Dean Orange published what we call an abstract or preliminary data if you're having active symptoms of scary symptoms of heart disease in twenty four days you to food plant based. Diet you relax with a meditation. You don't smoke your symptoms of Angina Reduced by ninety percent twenty four days and then he went on and did a randomized clinical trial. That showed it more elegantly with an geographies so that same trial show to to answer question if you use and geography which is not a screening test. That's an invasive test regatta. Go inside the body and some the I tried to do. But within a year you can document 'cause the the test point was baseline and a year. Maybe six months we could have also measured improvement but there wasn't a Catherine's ation six months so you can get symptom relief in three to four weeks. You can get documented double-blind results out of our blinded results would be a better term out of an geography in a year. I usually repeat the ultra stunned in the year. There's really no rush And see benefit the calcium score. Going down is not a parameter expect. It's actually sort of up in the air right now. If you have ather grosses it. Becoming calcified may be transitioning. It's something more chronic stable and less likely to cause really well we don't which is strokes heart attacks and aspirations and all so there's very little data you can make plaque away as probably largely these soft component bushy component. And you can see the very elegantly. On these Corrado ultrasounds the cat scan is really just a one time you know. Where are you in this course of Life Silent? Severe Heart Disease or not. But I don't usually repeat it because there's very very little data. There is one nutraceutical vitamin that has a publication in two thousand and four of dramatically reducing calcium scores and it was associated with clinical benefits has seemed like a good idea but shy of that. We just don't have a lot that one stat and there was on the market again when you were in diapers making funny Article Bay call. Service Stat doesn't exist anymore. Because of muscle side effects there was one study that they called Reduce Kelsen scores. But all the other statins actually seen the accelerator increase. It's not necessarily a bad thing. But if you have a calcium scoring one hundred and you take lipitor for a year or you take placebo you're probably GonNa have a higher scores in lipitor but you still are going to lower your risk. Is there a little odd pieces of literature that ideal patient by patient? I'm not an anti-static guy but I sure would like to give everybody that. Try to correct the Cluzel numbers some serious dietary and lifestyle measures. What's The nutraceutical vitamin you? Send that helped. Lower the calcium score. Yeah it's a patented one. It's not mine is called Nanno back in the NBA CTX available online Tell people are taking. I have it in the office and I am selective. I see people very high scores and Offer them the data. I offer them the option. It's eight capsules night with a lot of water and after really motivated Fisher. I also personally. I don't use it if they absolutely need to be on the staten because we started got the date of the Stanton's drive calcification of arteries up in this may allow removal of calcified black. So I'm selective. I have several colleagues that. Send me the results On repeat calcium scores in there clearly are some people that match the data that's in that clinical publication so if you don't check the CT calcium scores regularly. Then you follow with ultrasound or some other kind of tests I have the luxury always a good history. I mean physical too but beyond blood pressure's using that much heart disease to be detected on physical that's relevant Visit after visit Biomarkers in the labs you know insurance will cover for people with atherosclerosis elegant markers of inflammation. I WANNA get the C reactive protein down now when he get the Milo peroxidase down in those others and they do. According to very large literature. Lower risk is a very cool application or APP on the web. Actually it's more of a website now called Astro Charm Dot Org A. S. T. R. O. C. H. A. R. M. Dot. Org is free if you know your heart. Kelsen score if you know your age. Hopefully they'll your blood pressure hopefully do your total cholesterol. Hdl cholesterol whether you are diabetic or hypertensive medicine or had a relative with an early heart attack. And if you know one marker of Inflammation your high sensitivity C reactive protein tests that encourage everybody to get you plug those eight numbers or so in and a database from Dallas in Nassau. Combination of has more than ten years follow in people who have similar numbers. And you can really quickly show your ten year. Risk of a heart attack or stroke are the most advanced most accurate most predictive kind of calculator. We have risk of her. Tech's stroke right now and use it in all my patients who've had a calcium score if you've had by besser stint it doesn't work you just gotTA use. Maybe the American Heart Association risk calculator. I like doing with people who are showing. Hey you're clutch dolls. Two hundred and forty right now. We work hard and get it down to one hundred sixty and if your high sensitivity C reactive protein is two point eight right now but we talk about losing weight and eating anti inflammatory foods and exercising and such and we get down to zero point eight. I can show them their ten year. Risk fell in half by doing these things. I can't make them younger. I can't always make their celtics go now but I find it very very instructive and people come in very scared when they have these scans they should be a little concerned enough concern to study and make changes bonus. Show them look at your ten year. Risk is five percent ninety five percent likely not to have a heart attack in the next decade. No we got time to work on these things starting today but it's not a fifty fifty time bomb. You don't need to go sell your vacation on kind of

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"heart disease" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist

The Thinking Atheist

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"heart disease" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist

"And I mean, they they gave her next level attention. You know? And took some rays, and before it was all said and done it appears that she had had a stroke. And they found heart disease, I guess with heart disease, the valves don't always close correctly. And it causes opportunities for blood to clot. And then those blood clots can lodge in the lungs are in the brain, or whatever she just wasn't herself. And they said, you know, she is exhibiting symptoms of stroke. And they kept her overnight. You know in this oxygen chambered, there's five o'clock Sunday morning, they called and they said, we'd like you to come up and just, you know, see if she recognizes you and. See if she seems to be physically doing a little better, but her breathing's, really labored. Would you come up whenever it's convenient? And you know, let's assess and I think this may have been their way of saying you need to come see to itsy and make decision. I mean, you know, this is not their first rodeo their emergency veterinarian for Pete's sake. They see crisis cases that are life and death decisions. All the time. So, you know, we immediately popped out of bed and put on our grubby clothes and drove straight there, and they brought her out and. She just wasn't herself. You know? And she was doing this. Shallow breathing. You know, I think our body was just exhausted from trying to get axon. They took more x-rays and showed them to us. And it just, you know, there was no happy ending to that story. There was no magic pill that was going to make it. All right again. And even if we had a temporary reprieve and the symptoms. I mean, you know, at any moment, she could she could just die in our arms at home or she could suffer. And so, you know, we. Unlike Henry, which was a shock, you know, with with Tootsie, we we were at least given no real choice. And yet we got to make the decision. Okay. We will do this. We are going to euthanize her. We're going to be with her. We know it's coming. We are preparing ourselves. And so we and the sole room. I almost feel guilty telling you the story. It just helps to talk into the microphone. You know? Whatever. I mean, it's just there. It's got this. Sort of a Ray of soft furniture and. And a soft lighting, and it's obviously the place they take you. When it's time to say goodbye. You know, they ask if we wanted to be there at that moment when she was put to sleep. And I mean, there's no question. You know, it's interesting. The the only thing worse than being in the room when they put to sleep would be not being in the room. In not being there at her last moment. And we waited in that room, and they brought a little C. And they said would you like some time? We said, yes. And I can't decide if she. I think she recognised just, but I don't know I might be just projecting. And..

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"heart disease" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"heart disease" Discussed on WTVN

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