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Candace Owens on Standing Up for Parents' Rights

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:52 min | 3 weeks ago

Candace Owens on Standing Up for Parents' Rights

"What we need to empower parents again. And when I say in power parents, I'm speaking on an individual household basis, right? I don't care what the PTO moms think. I really don't. I just do not give a damn. So your kid, if your kid has ever not able to go to a camp or whatever because he's not vaccinated, just doesn't matter, right? Yeah, not for me. I'll find the ones that he's allowed to go to, right? And too bad on them. He's healthy. It's so bizarre to me. You're treating a healthy person like they're sick and fortunately because of COVID, parents are awakened to how bizarre it is, right? You're saying that there's nothing wrong with my kid. Mikey doesn't have COVID. Even if my kid did have COVID, he's a child, so he has an effective 0% rate of becoming ill from this, right? And yet you're saying to me, my child can't do activities unless they roll up their sleeve and risk getting myocarditis. That's insane. That's not worth the trade off for me. Let me just say this to parents are listening to this. You only get when it comes to your health. It's just one time, you're born with it, you get your health, right? If your child gets myocarditis, there's no cure or fix for that. You've ruined the rest of his life. Potentially for a Facebook post to say, my child graduated. I got so many emails from moms and dads. He's only got one semester left to go, right? Horrible circumstance to be in, by the way. I am completely sympathetic to that. Imagine COVID hits, you have one semester left to go. And they say, well, he's got a rope receiving at the vaccine. And parents are going, I paid all this money, man. I just want him to get the freaking certificate. Wrong decision man, right? You're playing with his health. Now, imagine if you're that parent that did that in your child, suffered from a heart attack, had mild has myocarditis. We have listeners where that's happened. Right, right paralyzed. Paralyzed. I mean, think about the guilt. Think about the guilt that that parent would have for the rest of your life and you do that for a

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Fresh update on "heart attack" discussed on Bloomberg Intelligence

Bloomberg Intelligence

00:04 sec | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "heart attack" discussed on Bloomberg Intelligence

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

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What You Need to Know About Guns

The Officer Tatum Show

00:52 sec | 3 weeks ago

What You Need to Know About Guns

"If you do not think that this is huge and that if we lose rights to our guns, that this is the beginning of the end, this is a slippery slope. The news is already pushed propaganda enough to fool half of the people in America. Half of the people in America don't have any idea the ballistics of an AR-15, they have, they have zero idea of the amount of shootings that are done every year from an air for team versus a handgun versus the people getting stabbed to death versus people having heart attacks. People, there are people in this country that probably believe that all of the deaths that occur in this country are due to handguns. A majority of the deaths are due to handguns. That's not even true, you know, medical malpractice killed more people than just about anything I can think of about 400,000 people at the higher end by 400,000 people a year are killed through medical malpractice.

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GoFundMe Reaches $2 Million for 4 Orphans of Slain Uvalde Teacher

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:24 min | Last month

GoFundMe Reaches $2 Million for 4 Orphans of Slain Uvalde Teacher

"And I went to bed last night, there was about a half a $1 million collected in a GoFundMe account for the four orphaned children of the couple in uvalde, Texas who lost their parents, the mother was slaughtered by the by the beast who went into that elementary school, and then the father yesterday died of a heart attack. They, his family rightfully said, he died of a broken heart. And the couple leaves behind four children. It was about $560,000 when I went to bed. Right now, the GoFundMe page has over $2 million in contributions to help these children have some sort of financial stability as they go forward. The money doesn't matter. None of those kids would want to dime. If they could get their mom and dad back, but it does speak to the goodness of the American people, how we just want to help. We are in this together and I hope we can try to reject the jackals of divisiveness and hatred and anger and rage and realize that we're suffering through something that. Nobody, no country should go through.

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Husband of teacher slain in Uvalde shooting suffers fatal heart attack: Reports

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | Last month

Husband of teacher slain in Uvalde shooting suffers fatal heart attack: Reports

"I'm Mike Gracia reporting a broken hearted husband dies after his wife was slain in the Texas school rampage A family member says 50 year old Joe Garcia whose wife fourth grade teacher Irma Garcia was killed in her classroom in Tuesday's attack in ivaldi Texas died Thursday of a heart attack His nephew John Martinez told The New York Times Garcia had dropped off flowers at his wife's memorial and pretty much just fell over after returning home The archdiocese of San Antonio and the rushing estes Knowles mortuary confirmed Joe Garcia's death to The Associated Press The Garcia's had been married for 24 years and

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Elon Musk Puts Twitter Deal on Hold Over Fake Accounts

The Trish Regan Show

01:53 min | Last month

Elon Musk Puts Twitter Deal on Hold Over Fake Accounts

"Right, I want to talk about this Twitter thing. Elon Musk, given everybody invested in this stock a bit of a heart attack in Friday's session. Well, before trading started on Friday, you see, he tweeted that it would be on hold because there were too many fake accounts, right? So that didn't go over so well. In fact, it went over so poorly that the stock just plummeted at last check down about 8% in trading. It already been down. Don't forget, just in Thursday's session. So it continued trading down amid fears that Elon is seriously looking to get out of the deal. Is he? Well, he tweeted out a couple hours later, perhaps realizing, I think the stock was down like 25% in pre market trading, realizing that this would be really disconcerting to investors. They know it wasn't over. But it is possible. I'm just going to say this. It is possible. He's getting some cold feet. And the reason he might be getting cold feet is because, well, he didn't do his due diligence in the interest of just getting the deal done initially. Normally there's a due diligence process. He didn't do that. And so now it's coming out that, well, a lot of the accounts could be fake on Twitter. And this was per, I think, a Reuters report. So understandably, naturally, he's a little worried. He might be concerned about his investors that are putting money in as well. And so he tweeted this out. And well, suffice it to say that people are either rejoicing or if they are invested in the stock really pretty

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John O'Neill: Putin's Connection to Stalin

Mark Levin

01:37 min | Last month

John O'Neill: Putin's Connection to Stalin

"John I want to talk specifically about how do you read him What do you make of him Important to understand his background his grandfather was Stalin's cook and taster His father was an exterminator for the KGB He went behind that army in the Ukraine shooting people in the back of the head So when Putin talks about we need to do NASA the Ukraine he's a chip off the old family blog Putin himself has never been in combat or of any kind But he has been a KGB guy and he's surrounded by a group that calls himself the strong men that are all KGB people he's committed of course completely he's totally indifferent to human beings By way of example it was kind of named saw black who was his mentor He was the mayor of St. Petersburg and he was a reformer After Putin became prime minister they asked Slovak tell us about Putin and he said Putin is the new Stalin and saw back and his two bodyguards all had simultaneous heart attack two days later So I'd like to hide And Putin has been a poisoner and a murderer using literary poisons both inside Russia and outside Russia for the past 20 years And so has announced that units to 6 one 5 5 whose job is assassination Mark

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Aspirin (MM #4053)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Aspirin (MM #4053)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. Science, medicine. They've come under the microscope for the last couple of years because of COVID-19. And the one thing I've always said is doctors don't know definitive answers. They learn as they get more data. For example, for years, we've been hearing medical experts tell us that once you hit your 50s, you may want to think about taking a baby aspirin or taking one of those low dose 100 milligram aspirins once a day. It kind of staves off potential heart attacks, cardiovascular disease, and guess what? They've changed that opinion now. In new guidance, doctors are saying you probably shouldn't even start taking an aspirin in your 40s or 50s. And even for people 60 and older, it won't necessarily prevent the first heart attack or stroke. And more interesting news, there's little benefit to continuing an aspirin regimen beyond 75 years old. And while I've had to start thinking about taking those baby aspirins, looks like I don't have to now. And my dad who's been taking them for years, he doesn't need to anymore because he's long past 75.

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Aspirin (MM #4053)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Aspirin (MM #4053)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. Science, medicine. They've come under the microscope for the last couple of years because of COVID-19. And the one thing I've always said is doctors don't know definitive answers. They learn as they get more data. For example, for years, we've been hearing medical experts tell us that once you hit your 50s, you may want to think about taking a baby aspirin or taking one of those low dose 100 milligram aspirins once a day. It kind of staves off potential heart attacks, cardiovascular disease, and guess what? They've changed that opinion now. In new guidance, doctors are saying you probably shouldn't even start taking an aspirin in your 40s or 50s. And even for people 60 and older, it won't necessarily prevent the first heart attack or stroke. And more interesting news, there's little benefit to continuing an aspirin regimen beyond 75 years old. And while I've had to start thinking about taking those baby aspirins, looks like I don't have to now. And my dad who's been taking them for years, he doesn't need to anymore because he's long past 75.

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Aspirin (MM #4053)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Aspirin (MM #4053)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. Science, medicine. They've come under the microscope for the last couple of years because of COVID-19. And the one thing I've always said is doctors don't know definitive answers. They learn as they get more data. For example, for years, we've been hearing medical experts tell us that once you hit your 50s, you may want to think about taking a baby aspirin or taking one of those low dose 100 milligram aspirins once a day. It kind of staves off potential heart attacks, cardiovascular disease, and guess what? They've changed that opinion now. In new guidance, doctors are saying you probably shouldn't even start taking an aspirin in your 40s or 50s. And even for people 60 and older, it won't necessarily prevent the first heart attack or stroke. And more interesting news, there's little benefit to continuing an aspirin regimen beyond 75 years old. And while I've had to start thinking about taking those baby aspirins, looks like I don't have to now. And my dad who's been taking them for years, he doesn't need to anymore because he's long past 75.

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What the Left Doesn't Get About Officer Sicknick's Death

Mark Levin

00:51 sec | 2 months ago

What the Left Doesn't Get About Officer Sicknick's Death

"The Democrats On January 26th they make a lot of the death of a Capitol Hill police officer which is a horrible thing He didn't die in the line of duty He died later Of a stroke or a heart attack if my recollection is correct He died of natural causes But the media and the Democrats are desperate to Lincoln To that day in those events As somebody with heart disease I can tell you aggressive heart disease You can get stressed and something can happen and so forth But it's been building and building and building It doesn't just happen in the split of a second

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The US Senate Has Finally Done Something Meaningful!

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:41 min | 3 months ago

The US Senate Has Finally Done Something Meaningful!

"Meaningful. The U.S. Senate has finally done something I approve. This shouldn't have taken so long, but it's finally done. The United States Senate has passed the sunshine protection act by unanimous consent to make daylight savings times permanent. I'm not a fan of daylight savings time. Falling back, springing forward should just remain the same time throughout the entire year. In fact, we should spring forward even more. So that the fall, it's the opposite. I never understood that in the most depressing time of weather, we also made it darker intentionally. Who thought of this thing? Makes zero sense. Now, I know you're gonna say it's Benjamin Franklin. And all this, no way, he was too smart for this. I think it's a Nicole Hannah Jones conspiracy against Benjamin Franklin. There's no way. A 2015 study published in sleep medicine, researchers compared the rate of strokes during the week after daylight saving to the week two weeks after the tweaks before. They found the rate of 8% higher the first two weeks after the shift, and people with cancer were 25% more likely to have a stroke later than the other times of the year. People over 65 were 20% more likely. A 2019 report found a higher risk of heart attack after both time changes, but particularly during daylight savings times. Interruptions to circadian rhythm can also impair focus and judgment. A 2020 study found fatal traffic accidents increased by 6% in the United States during daylight savings time. This shouldn't have been taken so long, but it did, and the U.S. Senate has finally done something useful.

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Biden and Pump Price Shock

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:26 min | 3 months ago

Biden and Pump Price Shock

"W and I wanted to do a segment together on Biden and gas. Now, to be clear, we're not talking about the time when Biden released gas when he was in London, giving Camilla Parker Bowles a virtual heart attack. No, we're talking about Biden and gas prices. Gasoline. Gasoline. And you and I were chuckling because as an article in CBS News, this is how the media regurgitates the propaganda of the administration. It's called three reasons why gas prices are so high and when they might come down, right? So we think, okay, well, they're bound to emphasize a couple of reasons, but surely one of the three reasons is going to have to do with Biden's suppressing domestic energy production, right? Wrong. There are three reasons that they have nothing to do with any of this. So basically, I go on Facebook, every once in a while and post things, and I thought it was so telling because in my feed, I had, you know, I was looking at different posts of people arguing about who's responsible for the price of gas. And so it got me thinking and I was like, you know, everyone please send me photos of your pump when you fill up because I want to see how expensive it is for you to fill up. And my goodness, I got some great photos as I'm going to post some on the video portion of the website of the website. Oh, the podcast. So people can see most of them are over a $100. And we talked about this. People that make minimum wage. That's like their whole day. That's like working 8 hours to pay for gas. It's ridiculous. But anyway, so I was very, very interested in what people are saying. And of course, our side says one thing. The other side says, Biden is not responsible for gas prices. Stop being that way, even my own little darling daughter tells me that it's a global issue, but I think she's been listening to TikTok a little too long. Well, the Biden administration, which I guess is trying to reach this call for the 1825 cohort has been briefing these TikTok influencers, right? It's kind of a oh, and their influencers all right. They influence a few people that I

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Medina Spirit stripped of Kentucky Derby victory

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 4 months ago

Medina Spirit stripped of Kentucky Derby victory

"Medina spirit finished half a length ahead of manned the loon at Churchill Downs last may giving trainer Bob Baffert what was then his seventh Kentucky Derby title but after the race Medina spirit or derby horse had been tested positive for twenty one Pico grams of betamethasone steroid is legal in Kentucky but banned on race day Medina spirit collapsed and died in December of a heart attack Bob Baffert plans to appeal the ruling by Kentucky racing stewards he's been banned for two years by Churchill Downs Mandel loon has been declared the winner of the derby I made

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Nurse Sees More Children Die From the Vaccine Than COVID

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:16 min | 5 months ago

Nurse Sees More Children Die From the Vaccine Than COVID

"Meanwhile, a nurse can cut one O 5 says she talks about how they're seeing more kids die of the vaccine than of COVID her words cut one O 5. My name is collet Martin. I'm an RN. I have 17 years, 12 years oncology, and the past 5 years I've been afloat resource nurse to all the different floors in the hospital. I'm extremely concerned with the IDA mandating this vaccine for our children. The reactions we were seeing in the hospital with adults are terrifying and they're being ignored. Just some examples of post vaccine reactions or blood clots. Heart attack strokes encephalopathy, heart arrhythmias such as atrial fibrillation. I personally had a patient die three months after his vaccines at pericarditis, which we know is an own side effect. Diagnose 30 days after a shot, no mention to VAERS. Majority of our nurses nurse managers and some doctors do not even know what theirs is. I've spoken to our chief medicine, managers, other nurses, and why we're not reporting to VAERS, and the most common responses, what is VAERS? We have chemotherapies that we know have side effects causing blood cancers such as leukemia and ten plus years after giving the drug. We know this because we have real long-term trials on these drugs. We are not just seeing severe acute reactions with this vaccine, but we have zero idea what any long-term reactions are. Cancer is autoimmune infertility. We just don't know. Our children are not even at risk for this. As of now, we have more children that die from the COVID vaccine than of COVID itself. Most people don't even know what VAERS is, she

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Carlos Tejada, Deputy Asia Editor for the Times, Dies

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:32 min | 6 months ago

Carlos Tejada, Deputy Asia Editor for the Times, Dies

"The story of the day is this. Not that this happened, but how it was covered. The deputy Asia editor of The New York Times Carlos tejada. I know you know all about this. I just didn't know if you would think I would make that the top story of the day. Carlos sahade was the deputy Asia editor of The New York Times. He was stationed in Seoul Korea. And he died on Friday at a hospital in Seoul. He was 49 and completely healthy to the best of our knowledge. This is The New York Times coverage. Ready? His wife, Nora teha, said the cause was a heart attack. All right. Cause was a heart attack. This is from biz PAC review. What is the. Orientation of bish review? Centrist is such a thing as a centrist site. Okay. New York Times editor 49 dies of heart attack one day after posting that posting that he got his booster shot. Carlos to how to deputy Asia, Asia editor for The New York Times, reportedly died from a heart attack one day after receiving the Moderna booster shot. According to his social media account to how the previously received two Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccine shots. In breaking the story, locked down and vaccine skeptic, Alex berenson, himself an ex times reporter, who was permanently banned from Twitter, and is now suing the platform as a result, asserted the following on his substack page. On December 16th in Seoul, South Korea, to how to receive a Moderna mRNA slash LNP booster. No clinical trials have ever been conducted to examine the safety or efficacy of mixing various types of these vaccines, and Carlos did not give informed consent as the consent form was in Korean, a language he could not read.

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Derby winner Medina Spirit dies after workout

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 7 months ago

Derby winner Medina Spirit dies after workout

"The the three three year year old old colt colt collapsed collapsed and and died died after after a a workout workout at at Santa Santa Anita Anita and and California California in in a a statement statement trainer trainer Bob Bob Baffert Baffert said said the the horse horse had had a a heart heart attack attack an an official official cause cause of of death death has has not not been been determined determined Baffert's Baffert's horse horse won won the the derby derby in in may may and and after after the the race race in in the the spirit spirit are are derby derby horse horse had had been been tested tested positive positive for for twenty twenty one one Pico Pico grams grams of of betamethasone betamethasone that that is is a a legal legal medication medication that that is is not not allowed allowed on on race race day day Baffert Baffert was was suspended suspended by by Churchill Churchill Downs Downs and and barred barred from from entering entering horses horses in in the the next next two two derbies derbies and and banned banned from from racing racing in in New New York York the the Kentucky Kentucky horse horse racing racing commission commission has has been been investigating investigating the the case case Medina Medina spirit spirit had had five five wins wins in in ten ten career career starts starts I'm I'm a a Donahue Donahue the the three three year year old old colt colt collapsed collapsed and and died died after after a a workout workout at at Santa Santa Anita Anita and and California California in in a a statement statement trainer trainer Bob Bob Baffert Baffert said said the the horse horse had had a a heart heart attack attack an an official official cause cause of of death death has has not not been been determined determined Baffert's Baffert's horse horse won won the the derby derby in in may may and and after after the the race race the the the the spirit spirit or or derby derby horse horse had had been been tested tested positive positive for for twenty twenty

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Lee Strobel Previews His New Book 'The Case for Heaven'

The Dan Bongino Show

01:55 min | 7 months ago

Lee Strobel Previews His New Book 'The Case for Heaven'

"I found there are 900 scholarly articles published in scientific and medical journals over the last 40 years on near death experience This is a very well scientifically studied phenomena And so what I looked at is corroboration How do I know people say oh I died I went to heaven I can't corroborate that Who knows People lie about that stuff But there are things you can corroborate to show that indeed just as the Bible describes at the time of death our soul our spirit separates from our physical body I'll give you a quick example The woman named Maria dies of a heart attack in the hospital She's dead She's clinically dead And yes she says later I was conscious the whole time She said I watched the resuscitation efforts from the ceiling of the emergency room I'm looking down and watching it And then she said her spirits floated out of the hospital And then when she was later brought back to life she was later revived She said by the way on the roof of the hospital and the third story landing there's a man's tennis shoe and it's left footed It's dark blue There's some wear over the little toe and the shoelace just tucked under the heel So they go off to the roof of the hospital Sure enough just as she had described it was there That's the kind of corroboration where people see things and hear things that they could not have seen and heard if they didn't have an authentic out of body experience that way In fact 21 blind people were studied half of them blind since birth some people had never even seen a shadow in their life and yet during that time that their spirit was separated from their body They were able to see for the first time They saw people they saw plants They saw birds and so forth And we're able to describe them And then when they were ultimately revived their eyesight disappeared again That's the kind of collaboration that tells me that there is something that confirms that when we do die we actually live on Now we can't say for how long from the near death experiences But it confirms what scripture tells us about the soul separating from the body

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Congressman Jim Jordon Explains the GOP's 3-Step Plan to Rein in Big Tech

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:56 min | 7 months ago

Congressman Jim Jordon Explains the GOP's 3-Step Plan to Rein in Big Tech

"Congressman Jordan, I was invited after the election to meet with one of the top members of not the political conservative class, but the RNC itself. And I said, fine, I'll meet with you. We had lunch very close to my studio here and I he asked me my advice as to what should happen now. Now that allegedly Biden won. And I said, if you guys want to be taken seriously by America, by at least 74 million Americans, if the Republicans want to be seen as serious, there's only two issues you must prioritize right now. One of them is election integrity. We've got to get serious on making it impossible or hard to steal elections even in cities like Philadelphia and Chicago. The second thing I said is big tech. You've got to be as serious as a heart attack on stopping the censorship of any American. Will you talk to us about what you're seeing from your colleagues? Does the GLP get it? Do we have a plan when it comes to big tech congressman? Yeah. Yeah. The first thing is, take away their liability protection. At a minimum, we've got to get rid of the section two 30. Take away this immunity, this liability protection that they've enjoyed. They're making editorial decisions. They're sensitive and conservative. I always always tell the story that this was a couple of summers back. I guess we'll come back in 2018. But Matt Gates gives me a call, and he says, Jim, Twitter is shadow banning us. And I'm like, I didn't know which out of any man. I said, well, that sounds terrible. Now, what is he explained to me? Turned out it was. They were in fact a shadow banning Gates represented Meadows representative Nunes and myself. So you got 435 members of Congress, got a hundred senators 535, only four. Only four were being shadow banned by Twitter. And it happened to be right in the middle of the whole Trump Russia investigation when we were pushing back on all the BS coming from the Justice Department. So this becomes a news and Twitter sends out a statement that says well, it was just a glitch in our algorithm. And I'm like, glitching your algorithm, what did you put in the algorithm the names Gates Meadows known as Jordan? Give me a break. So you're exactly right. So that's step one. Step two is we actually need to get that. There are some antitrust cases happening. We need to get those to the Supreme Court on an expedited fashion, so that we can get an answer. It sure seems like justice Thomas wants to look at this. Are these companies so big and so powerful that we need to break them up? Do we need to reform our antitrust? How do we have to do it? So we think that is that's the second avenue that we have to do. And then third, we need to look at, I think, regular Americans having a private right of action against these companies, the ability to sue when they censor you when they take down your content, when they throttle back your ability to reach people via social media. So I think those are the three things that we're trying to look at, but certainly to start its dissection two 30, that needs to happen

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"heart  attack" Discussed on Nutrition Facts with Dr. Greger

Nutrition Facts with Dr. Greger

05:32 min | 8 months ago

"heart attack" Discussed on Nutrition Facts with Dr. Greger

"Body, your choice. Whether or not the overall balance of benefit and harm justifies the use of a medication for an individual patient can not be determined by a guidelines committee, a healthcare system or even your physician, instead it is the individual patient who has a fundamental right to decide whether or not taking a drug is worthwhile. This was recognized by some of medicine's luminaries, but only recently has the medical profession shifted from a paternalistic doctor knows best stance towards one explicitly endorsing patient centered evidence based shared decision making. One of the problems with communicating stat in evidence to support this shared decision making is that most doctors have a poor understanding of concepts of risk, probabilities, statistics, but that understanding is critical for preventive medicine. When doctors offer a cholesterol lowering drug, they're doing something quite different from treating a patient who is sick. They're almost like life insurance salespeople. Peddling deferred benefits in exchange for an ongoing cost. In this new kind of medicine, not understanding risk is the equivalent of not knowing about basic anatomy. So let's dive in and see exactly what's at stake. When drug companies say a statin reduces the risk of a heart attack by 36%. That's what's called the relative risk. You can see how they came up with that. In a large clinical study, 3% of patients not taking the statin drug had a heart attack within a certain amount of time compared to 2% taking the drug. So the drug dropped heart attack risk from about 3% to 2%. That's about a one third drop, hence the 36% reduced relative risk statistic. But another way to look at 3% to 2% is the absolute risk only dropped by 1%. So in effect, your chance of avoiding a heart attack over the next few years is about 97% without treatment, but you can increase it to about 98% by taking a statin every day. Another way to say that is that you'd have to treat a hundred people with a drug to prevent a single heart attack. That statistic may shock a lot of people. If you ask patients what they were led to believe, they don't think the chance of avoiding a heart attack within a few years on statins is one in a hundred, but one in two. On average, it was believed that most patients will be able to avert a heart attack, not just 1% of patients. And this disparity between the actual benefits and expected benefits could be viewed as a doctor's dilemma on the one hand, it's not ethically acceptable for caregivers to deliberately mislead people into thinking a drug works better than it really does. But on the other hand, how else are we going to get people to take their pills? If you ask people, they want an absolute risk reduction of at least about 30% to take a cholesterol lowering drug every day. Whereas the actual absolute risk reduction is really only about 1%. So the dirty little secret is, if patients knew the truth, how little these drugs actually worked almost no one would agree to take them. So either doctors are just not educating their patients or they're actively misinforming them. Given that the majority of patients expect a much larger benefit than they'd actually be getting, there's a tension between the patient's right to know and the likely reduction in willingness to take the drugs if they discovered the truth. This sounds terribly paternalistic, but hundreds of thousands of lives may be at stake. If patients were fully informed, people would die. About 20 million Americans are on statins. Even if they saved one in a hundred that could mean hundreds of thousands of lives and lost, if everyone stopped taking their statins. It's ironic that informing patients about statins would increase the very outcomes they were designed to prevent. 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"heart  attack" Discussed on The Fat-Burning Man Show

The Fat-Burning Man Show

04:00 min | 8 months ago

"heart attack" Discussed on The Fat-Burning Man Show

"Involved, you know? Yeah, and I think that, of course, I'm not a doctor, but like what I've seen is people carrying more weight, right? They're taxing their vital organs. And what we want to do is be able to have that really good resting heart rate when we're not working. We don't want our body to be working. We want that we want our heart and our lungs and everything to just like, you know, be in that nice homeostasis, right? And so, I don't know. When I look at people that are just like, you know, carrying around so much. It's like, you know, that heart is working hard all the time. Yep. And really common for athletes retired or even current wants to have some issues with an enlarged heart or A-fib or other issues that may or may not be obvious at the time that do crop up later. So it's really important to acknowledge that even if you think you're doing everything, even if you are doing everything perfectly, according to protocol, it's still totally multi factorial. There's a lot going on. We don't have control over absolutely everything. Yeah, I mean, you look at case in point, Jim fix, right? I mean, here's this guy. It was big marathon runner. He was out there. He wasn't like some big guy, dropped out of a heart attack. Yep. Yeah. So what are you training for is the question we need to keep ourselves. Yeah. Yeah, what are you training for? And maybe it's like, are you just trained for a longer healthier life or you're training because for me, I train at this point? Because it makes me feel good. Like it is my time to myself that I can go in like the yoga that I do is, you know, it's the old school one where you go into the room..

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"heart  attack" Discussed on The Fat-Burning Man Show

The Fat-Burning Man Show

05:30 min | 8 months ago

"heart attack" Discussed on The Fat-Burning Man Show

"And there's also a lot of denial of myself included, denial of mortality. Mortality built into fitness, right? Making yourself stronger or faster or whatever, so you can ignore the fact that you're going to die someday that amount of time. And you know, just looking through your work and revisiting your story. I mean, heart attacks and cardiac arrest is so common and people especially athletes runners, marathoners, A-fib, heart attacks, cardiac arrest. These things are way more common than most people want to admit, even in high level athletes. Yeah, I'm really glad you're talking about this because it's something that I have really been studying and looking at since my heart attack. And now with the work that I do with a major pharmaceutical company, AstraZeneca, I've had the opportunity to meet and sit down with a lot of medical professionals and doctors and what I've really been seeing more so than ever are people that look like you. You know, people that are fit and strong and look like they've got it all together. Let me tell you when I dropped it in the gym, I looked good. I was in the middle of a CrossFit workout. I don't remember what it was I was doing over at squats, maybe. But it's showing people that you really need to know what your health is from the inside out and you really like need to be smart about what you're doing because I'm seeing heart attacks happen with people that are younger, fitter and stronger. It's like, I used to have an idea of what a person at risk of heart attack looked like, right? He or she was the person that was overweight. They were smokers and drinkers and they just did not take care of themselves. And you know, it's not the case. And I'll tell you, I remember after my heart attack, when I was I told you, I was only able to walk around the block and eventually, you know, it got to where I could walk more. And I had this goal of walking to there was a juice place on. I think it was like 16th and 8th avenue. And it was like, that was my goal. And that was only like, I don't know, around ten blocks from where I live now. Wow. But I remember walking and seeing these people smoking their cigarettes and you know, drinking their big dogs or whatever. And I remember just being so angry. I was like, are you kidding me? I'm the one that because I was in that real like I was angry. I was going through an identity crisis. So I was projecting. And when I found myself in those times, I was like, you know, okay. Step back and realize that we're all at risk and we all need to just really find ways to take.

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"heart  attack" Discussed on The Fat-Burning Man Show

The Fat-Burning Man Show

05:47 min | 8 months ago

"heart attack" Discussed on The Fat-Burning Man Show

"Sore, every single day and you're just like, you know, getting out of the chair like, oh my God, I can't believe what have I done to my body. It's like, you know, I've lived all that. And I just don't want to do that anymore at this point. And it's important to get there and then so you must have gotten some time back, some mental space back. What are you doing with that space now? Because you do find like when you take all this energy from one place and then it doesn't go there anymore, you can put it somewhere else, and that's part of the fun. Yeah, and you talk about my photography. I mean, I really try to find creative outlets. I do street photography and portrait photography. That's really important. I have a an exhibit coming up in a couple of weeks here at the flatiron Plaza with fellow heart attack survivors that I took photos of.

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"heart  attack" Discussed on The Fat-Burning Man Show

The Fat-Burning Man Show

05:39 min | 8 months ago

"heart attack" Discussed on The Fat-Burning Man Show

"And I fear that we're losing that, especially in the past 18 months or so. So we'll need to course correct and make sure that we bring that back intentionally. Yeah, I think that I'm sure you've read the blue zones. I mean, the blue zones was like life-changing for me because like I just understood and I got it, and I thought, you know, if I want to live to be a hundred, I want to make sure that I am. I've got all my wits about me mentally and physically. And when I read the book and it was so much about being active but not thinking about activity the way that we thought about it when we were 20 and 30. And, you know, that's something that I really had to come to grips with post heart attack. And now I just turned 56. It's one of those things like, I wanted so much to be the person that I used to be. I loved CrossFit. I love doing those intense crazy workouts that just like pushed me to the limits and to the edge and you know, I just got to the point where I'm like, I don't really need to do that anymore. I don't feel that desire our bodies change and like I look at what I did when I was 2030 and 40 and thought, okay, you know what? God love him. He did a really good job, but now I'm working with this body right now with any limitations that I have you were talking earlier about me being a runner. I used to, I used to be a runner. I ran three marathons. I couldn't run a mile right now without just struggling through that right now. It's just like, and, you know, and I'm okay with that. But walking is kind of the same thing. I mean, it's just a matter of speed, really, and walking if you do the math is probably a lot better for you to do over the course of a lifetime anyway. The running isn't necessarily the point. But the same reasons that you described loving walking out in New York. That's why I love running out of the mountains in the city when I lived in Austin. I just loved getting out there and yeah, you know, I've always felt more and maybe you're the similar way. I'm like more comfortable and more myself when I'm wearing a sweaty running gear than when I'm all like heat up at something and have to look and act on that. I feel much more real and alive when I'm covered in sweat just out there meeting new people. Yeah, I think that's where you and I would be different than I love working out. I work out every single day. I'm obsessed with hot yoga. That's what I do for my primary source of working out. And I mean.

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"heart  attack" Discussed on The big d zone

The big d zone

04:58 min | 8 months ago

"heart attack" Discussed on The big d zone

"The only time that. I saw somebody that will that will dead was my mother in law and my wife trying to stop me from seen it at my wife That would live time. Synthetic but to lead. And.

"heart  attack" Discussed on The big d zone

The big d zone

05:23 min | 8 months ago

"heart attack" Discussed on The big d zone

"Wow so i had another instinct to me. Because i had to find out what the hell was going on with these law going on okay. The something is going on. So i saw no. I'd only my apartment until either. I have to go to the store which i couldn't get nobody to help me get to the store or help me get dane or i leave out of town. Otherwise i'm stopped to my second phallic. I don't do anything so foul. That was scary. So i'm over here. i said you know what. Let me find other than nine one one. Because i don't wanna get a for for four for porn. And so what happened was i went down. Well i will get ready downstairs. And then go down the elevator in alana shoe in the laundry and the trash chute and the pope by would big win with that. So i saw person lying there. You know like he fellow drunk fell over. Don't thing and like well. There's no gundel the building so my my second. Thought he might be drunk. Okay company see. But i had to stay sixty because i'm getting may go home. I am messing up. I just had a cova test. And i passed it well past it but i had negative tests. I had negative i. I've been told them what. I call the merger i did the covert. I'm getting ready to go on a town later today and So i said i said i. I didn't know what i had. The money kept pulling them on a tooth on the morning. And i know what happened so then i was going to go down to see a dealt with emergency on the for for my ideal. Then somebody on floor. I clearly saw person. And whether the person and then when i got done with the phone with somebody with the arm waiting for the department no now probably was drunk at the hell. Hell you may know somebody department and the streets of the in the morning and you lean out on the floor now obviously Obviously drunk on draw dita one and landlord is alpha fix lease six weeks even even after i come back on the fourteen on ali i got ahead but almost nearly had a heart attack. I really had harder. I almost need an emt. I nearly had a heart attack. Okay i i nearly had a heart attack so this not now. I don't know if he was the one that did the alarm because he was already on brown when i saw him now. I didn't take a picture you know. That's not me. But last thought. When i thought a person i mean thankfully he had cold coal now thankfully the president had called on thankfully and i hear the machines running because hala just going off. I mean there's no way that we're going to allow dhillon going off on morning in either. Some people had to either go to work or like myself. I got a flight with just all day. I leave that three something in the morning. But i gotta leave here. Twelve thirty one o'clock will have like that. Twelve thirty one o'clock i gotta leave here to get to the airport for my three forty five flight and i gotta stay in chicago find our and then i gotta go too long flight with the chicago tamiami. Thankfully i stay at the airport because the airport hotel in the town mental. But god that that scared the crap out of me. I said you know I i told the people that i called for nonemergency that did do you want me to stay for mt. They said no. But i felt better. Stay because i don't want them on a long term in. So i let them i let the i mean. The emt the firefighter. Cain the cop can't offer one by one person. But then i forgot protocol when they came from life but i forgot the protocol. Because it's been a while. That was frigging scary. That i told you. I don't i don't come on my palm minitel. I'm forced to go to the store my own or go to town. I don't i don't go outside to him palace ali. I had a headache. But i nearly had a heart attack..

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"heart  attack" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life

Acupuncture is my Life

06:16 min | 8 months ago

"heart attack" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life

"Now when it comes to cardiac arrest person would just pass right up bone. Just pass out. You'll feel dizzy lightheaded than just suddenly just blackout and cpr. Or some type of shock with a defibrillator to jump start. Their heart has to be administered right away or it's over that should different between heart attacking cardiac arrest now these once it gets to this level it requires emergency care as well as a heart specialist now. Acupuncture comes into play. Before in an attempt to avoid ever experiencing this or after when you rehabilitate stage so remember because an acupuncture first and foremost we understand it. Health is wealth. The wealth isn't in the bank. it's not safe. It's not new pocket. It's not in a purse or your purse. It's not india matches. It's not shoebox in the closet and it's not ended a dog house in the backyard. It's it's important that you understand there now strokes. I expressed heart attack stroke. Cardiac arrest stroke is more brain relit. It's more tied to the brain. Two types of stroke one deci cemig in the other one is now. I seem strokes are basically strokes. Where like blood clots. Cut off the supply of blood to an area of the brain and when that part of the brain doesn't get blood it shuts down and it dies. That's an eye cmec stroke now hemorrhagic stroke. It's it's slightly different. This is an event that occurs when is bleeding brain relative to. Let's say a ruptured blood vessel and that in the brain becomes damaged as a result so those differences between heart attack stroke and cardiac arrest. You see symptoms of stroke. They would be. Let's say a severe headache. There can be sudden numbness or weakness paralysis of the facial. Arm your legs. There'll be some confusion and difficulty speaking and it'll become more difficult for you to understand what other people are saying issues with your balance sudden vision changes in the way doctors who treat that i mean it differs between i see mccann him rajat. I seem ick. Doctors would need to deal with the actual blood clot whereas hemorrhagic stroke. It's all about controlling. The bleeding and people who suffer from either types of stroke tend to have lingering symptoms for the rest of their life but can take up to a year or two. He'll this is where acupuncture comes into play because more times than not they referred to see their sent to seeing acupunctures also as party rehabilitation regimen and acupunctures rate for treating stroke patient. You know although the they're like different conditions these different conditions. I'd say heart attack cardiac arrest and stroke. Here's what's surprising. He's a surprising similarity. They share similarities. They shared the same risk factor. That being high blood pressure high cholesterol smoking. Obesity diabetes thinking about that. Think about those conditions in how acupuncture treat each and every one of those which is why stated like acupuncture comes into play before with the attempt intent for you to avoid ever experiencing a heart attack.

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"heart  attack" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life

Acupuncture is my Life

04:59 min | 8 months ago

"heart attack" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life

"But also know feeling faint out of nowhere is a warning sign of a heart attack. Another is do you all of a sudden. You start sweating acupunctures. We've sent women to emergency k. Right away come in and many of my global colleagues. We've discussed this. You don't get going to detail laws. We have to abide by. Of course it's just in general symptomology symptoms cases women. Oh come in. And they'll look at you know. Sudden sweating. unusual sweating is hot flashes. But the don't you know my age. I don't understand what's going on. Why am i experiencing hot flashes. Why am i experiencing night sweat. Pre-menopausal when i go into menopause. You know in self diagnosing some doctors who write it off his it being bad i as an acupuncture side on. It's a sign too concerned about you.

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"heart  attack" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life

Acupuncture is my Life

04:40 min | 8 months ago

"heart attack" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life

"Okay now. More times in women. This symptom is gonna present more in line with tightness or some pressure. You experience that for any of these symptoms or separately or in combination. I'm going to say one time. Seek emergency care in after doing so. Cnn acupuncturist as well as your physician. Now another sign. another sign. symptom of a heart attack is some type of discomfort pain that radiates up to your jaw your neck shoulder your back and either of your arms. You don't have to experience pain in the center of your chest and say oh my. Gosh i'm having a heart attack. That may not even be hard. It can be but it may not see this pain can be either on the left or the right side of your chest even in your upper abdomen or your back. This discomfort it can radiate all the way up to your jaw your neck you shoulders you left or even you're right on but more times not you left. Put anything discomfort or pain that radiates above your waist could have something to do with your heart to side. Now another symptom can be shortness of breath. And you'll be given warnings if it's far out is like five or six weeks before even having a heart attack and the troubling part is many women do not take these warning signs series and even shortness of breath may go for your morning jog or brisk walk or you may do some aerobics. Whatever and you're not seeing that you're out of breath quicker than normal. That's why don't you brush it off. Issue having a bad tuesday or bad wednesday. But you'll get a game back up next week. No that can actually be a sign a wanting something along with that like. Do you ever have to ask yourself like you ever feel like lightheaded. Dizzy spouse fainting. Now many individuals can experience those who run to an acupuncturist right away. Yes we treat that but but to us. It's a branch we have to get to route and they're a moment where we realize that's actually warning. Sign that a patient is having a heart attack or about to have one.

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"heart  attack" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life

Acupuncture is my Life

02:18 min | 8 months ago

"heart attack" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life

"Hello everyone and welcome back to another episode of acupunctures my life. Now earlier i spoke of the fact that more and more women are getting heart attacks or having heart attacks at much younger ages and no more and more women younger than fifty four years of age or experiencing heart attacks for several reasons in which i spoken of in that episode. Now this episode. i'd like to discuss symptoms. That women should look out for and really really take serious. Because simply a symptom of a heart attack with symptoms of a heart attack in women can be less severe than symptoms and men and as a result of that this tends to allow women more women to ignore this symptoms. Not understand that they're actually having a heart attack or are about to have a heart attack now in the last episode. When i spoke of women experiencing heart attacks at younger ages now these days younger than fifty four one of the helmets that more women today suffer from than in the past is diabetes. And this can interfere with pain signals of a heart attack whereas. Let's.

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"heart  attack" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life

Acupuncture is my Life

02:49 min | 11 months ago

"heart attack" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life

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

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"heart  attack" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life

Acupuncture is my Life

02:18 min | 11 months ago

"heart attack" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life

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

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"heart  attack" Discussed on Backstage Pass Radio

Backstage Pass Radio

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"heart attack" Discussed on Backstage Pass Radio

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

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"heart  attack" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life

Acupuncture is my Life

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"heart attack" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life

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"heart  attack" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"heart attack" Discussed on WSB-AM

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

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

Literary Entertainment! Live Author Interviews

05:24 min | 1 year ago

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

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

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