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"howard markel" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

NEWS 88.7

02:01 min | Last week

"howard markel" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

"Living today when so many diseases treatable. I didn't forget what a different world that was like. For instance, If you got tuberculosis in New York City in the 19 forties, they would send you to a TB ward to keep you from infecting anybody else at the neighborhood was born in 1927, and she told me I was a kid when she got the disease. She was sent to one of those words to live on the Upper West side but is actually still there, She said they told her when she arrived. Okay. We don't have a cure this, but we do know how to make you comfortable. Somebody live and some of you die. Good luck today. Of course, things were so different, Howard Markel says there's never been an epidemic in America like the one we're going through right now. Not None have come close to being his politicized Aziz, Red versus blue even the most Monday in a scientific matters, then this pendant Yeah, yeah, not even close. It feels as if it's so big it in to the ideologies of so many Americans Right now, it feels almost hopeless program. We have stories of public health experts trying to protect the public, telling us all to do things that will save our lives in this moment when unprecedented numbers of us are not obeying them. We have two stories today. First is about what it's like to do. These jobs were getting so much pushback second, an expert on how to get through to Republican voters tries to convince them to take the vaccine. Which is not easy. WBZ Chicago is this American life America? Lasse stay with us. That one hazardous to your health official. So the way the system works in our country is that there are thousands of local public.

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"howard markel" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:22 min | 2 weeks ago

"howard markel" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"It. No. Is before the age of antibiotics. It doesn't happen to the 19 forties. Anti virals Don't come to away after that e Think all of us living today when so many diseases treatable. I even forget what a different world that Woz Like. For instance, if you got tuberculosis in New York City in the 19 forties, they would send you to a TB ward to keep you from infecting anybody else at the neighborhood was born in 1927, and she told me Kid When she got the disease. She was sent to one of those words to live on the Upper West side buildings actually, still there, she said. They told her when she arrived, OK, we don't have a cure this, but we do know how to make you comfortable. Somebody live and some you die. Good luck today. Of course, things were so different. Howard Markel says. There's never been an epidemic in America like the one we're going through right now. Not none have come close to being his politicized Aziz Red versus blue, Even the most mundane a scientific matters, then this pendant Yeah, yeah, not even close. It feels as if it's so big it in to the ideologies of so many Americans right now. It feels almost hopeless down a program. We have stories of public health experts trying to protect the public telling us how to do things. It'll save our lives in this moment when unprecedented numbers of us are not obeying them. We have two stories today. First is about what it's like to do. These jobs were getting so much pushback, second expert on how to get through to Republican voters tries to convince him to take the vaccine. Which is not easy. WBC Chicago Is this American life America? Lasse stay with us. That one hazardous to your health official. So the way the system works in our country is that there are thousands of local public health officials and cities and counties across the country. In normal times, they tested drinking water. They make sure restaurants or sanitary than for smoking bans control mosquito populations in some places..

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"howard markel" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

02:00 min | 2 weeks ago

"howard markel" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Think all of us living today when so many diseases treatable. I even forget what a different world that was like. For instance, If you got tuberculosis in New York City in the 19 forties, they would send you to a TB ward to keep you from infecting anybody else. Had a neighbor who was born in 1927, and she told me I was a kid when she got the disease she was sent to one of those words to live on. The Upper West Side build is actually still there. She said. They told her when she arrived, OK, we don't have a cure this, but we do know how to make you comfortable. Somebody live and some you died. Good luck. Today. Of course things were so different, Howard Markel says. There's never been an epidemic in America like the one we're going through right now not not have come close to being this politicized Aziz, Red versus blue, even the most mundane of scientific matters. Then this pendant Yeah, yeah, not even close. It feels as if it's so big it in to the ideologies of so many Americans Right now, it feels almost hopeless program. We have stories of public health experts trying to protect the public. Telling us how to do things that will save our lives in this moment when unprecedented numbers of us are not obeying them way have two stories today. First is about what it's like to do. These jobs were getting so much pushback. Second, an expert on how to get through to Republican voters tries to convince him to take the vaccine which is not easy. WBZ Chicago is this American life America? Lasse stay with us. That one hazardous to your health official. So the way the system works in our country is that there are.

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"howard markel" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:47 min | 2 weeks ago

"howard markel" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Who were sick to be quarantined. Dr. Stark off was good political operator. But he was also very good at communicating to the public and made twice daily statements that were reported in the newspapers. And you have to remember back Then, most newspapers had six or more additions per day. So they updated them. Much like CNN would update its stories. It was his messaging. Do you know? Yeah, it was, like, be a good thing bluesy. And I remembered, you know and don't spread the flu. It is a socially mediated disease and we've got to work together. Was his doctor. Stark off had all kinds of messages telling people to wash your hands don't cough on others. Because medicine was so primitive back then they hadn't actually isolated the flu virus, so they had no way to confirm if you had it. Couldn't test you. So the only way to keep track of the disease was the people who were sneezing and sick, told authorities. Stark off would tell the public these air the symptoms that you need to call us about. You need to communicate this to us. That's where the word communicable disease comes from. By the way, not so much that it's infectious. You know it is, but that one source is communicating into higher sources for public health department. Hello. Yeah, so that works, because if you can get people on board with that, their self isolating yourself reporting their self quarantining and so on, So that's good, because not everybody was on board this respect from the public and every American epidemic, Howard says German immigrants rioted rather than him vaccinated in the 18 eighties. During the 1918 flu 2000 people showed up to protest mandatory face mask on California. Mostly, Howard Markel says people complied. He.

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"howard markel" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:20 min | 2 weeks ago

"howard markel" Discussed on KCRW

"The age of antibiotics. It doesn't happen to the 19 forties. Antivirals Don't come to away after that e Think all of us living today when so many diseases treatable. I even forget what a different world that Woz Like. For instance, if you got tuberculosis in New York City in the 19 forties, they would send you to a TB ward to keep you from infecting anybody else on the neighborhood was born in 1927, and she told me I was a kid. When she got the disease. She was sent to one of those words to live on the Upper West side buildings actually, still there, she said. They told her when she arrived, OK, we don't have to cure this. We do know how to make you comfortable. Somebody live and some you die. Good luck today. Of course, things were so different. Howard Markel says. There's never been an epidemic in America like the one we're going through right now. Not none have come close to being this politicized. Aziz, Red versus blue, even the most mundane of scientific matters, then this pendant Yeah, yeah, not even close. It feels as if it's so big it in to the ideologies of so many Americans Right now, it feels almost hopeless program. We have stories of public health experts trying to protect the public. I think it's all to do things that will save our lives. In this moment when unprecedented numbers of us are not obeying them way have two stories today. First is about what it's like to do these jobs. Getting so much pushback second, an expert on how to get through to Republican voters tries to convince them to take the vaccine, which is not easy. WBZ Chicago Is this American Life America Last stay with us at one hazardous to your health official. So the way this system works in our country is that there are thousands of local public health officials and cities and counties across the country. In normal times, they tested drinking water. They make sure restaurants or sanitary than for smoking bans control mosquito populations in some places. An education.

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"howard markel" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

WBEZ Chicago

01:48 min | 2 weeks ago

"howard markel" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

"All sorts. They ordered people who were sick to be quarantined. Dr. Stark off was good political operator. But he was also very good at communicating to the public and made twice daily statements that were reported in the newspapers. And you have to remember back Then most newspapers had six or more additions per day, so they updated them. Much like CNN would update its stories. What was his messaging? Do you know? Yeah, it was, like, be a good thing. Lewis again. I remembered, you know, and don't spread the flu into the socially mediated disease and we've got to work together. Was his doctor Stark off that all kinds of messages telling people to wash your hands don't cough on others. Because medicine was so primitive back then they hadn't actually isolated the flu virus, so they had no way to confirm if you had it. Couldn't test you. So the only they could keep track of the disease was the people who were sneezing and sick, told authorities. Stark off would tell the public these air the symptoms that you need to call us about. You need to communicate this to us. That's where the word communicable disease comes from, By the way, not so much that it's infectious, even though it is but that one source is communicating into higher source into a public health department. Hello? Yeah, so that works, because if you can get people on board with that, their self isolating yourself reporting their self quarantining and so on, So that's good, because not everybody was on board disrespect from the public and every American epidemic, Howard says. German immigrants rioted rather than get vaccinated. In the 18 eighties, Chinese immigrants in San Francisco sued in 1900 to avoid vaccination and one Mostly, Howard Markel says people complied, he says they trusted scientists more.

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"howard markel" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"howard markel" Discussed on KOMO

"Four hour news station, KOMO news, one thousand FM ninety seven seven the vice president, Joe Biden, where the same state on Tuesday, taking verbal shots at each other ABC's Mary, Bruce reports. Overnight in Iowa. Joe Biden, making his most direct attacks yet against President Trump. I believe that Trump poses a fundamental threat to America eager to look past his democratic rivals, Biden is turning up the heat on Trump. Not only to repudiate Donald Trump's policies in values. We have to clearly and fully reject for own safety, sake. His view the presidency. Quo. I have complete power. No. You don't Donald Trump? And the president is paying close attention. He was some place in Iowa today. And he said my name so many times that people couldn't stand it anymore. No. Don't keep saying sleepy guy. Trump says Biden doesn't have what it takes. He looks different than he used to the acts different that he used to. He's even slower than it used to be Biden's response. People have a right to question over. That's totally legitimate. Any look and says, watch me just watch me, a new national poll shows Biden, leading the president by fifty three to forty percent, but the president is doing his own poll. Testing out a new campaign slogan, make America great again. Keep America great. Thank you very much. That's the free poll me the damn thing. And the president is brushing off these new poll numbers, and Joe Biden isn't putting too much stock in them either. He says this is just the beginning of a very long marathon. Now as for the other twenty plus democratic candidates, the new numbers show that Elizabeth Warren is on the move. She is now in third place nationwide. Just four points. Bernie sanders. It's a chain of command that will forever be part of history. A new commander takes the helm of the Puget Sound naval shipyard. Komo's Carrick hostage has more on the milestone that marks a new day for the navy. She is the very best or navy has to offer. Naval, captain, Diana Wolfson on this date is sailing, into new waters. It's been too long coming, but as dinosaurs command today, she will become the first female, naval shipyard commander in our navy's, storied history. Captain, Marco, I am ready to relieve you surrounded by hundreds in a historic building four sixty Wolfson replaces, captain Howard Markel, who has commanded.

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"howard markel" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"howard markel" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Lawsuit it went for almost a decade going all the way to the michigan state supreme court and the basic question was who had the right to use the new aimed kellogg on a box of cereal uh now going for john harvey's case you know he was more famous who was a worldfamous dr he wrote books he was a bestselling author of people came to see him for his digestive advice he thought he was the guy and we'll said well no wait a minute everybody who here's the name kellogg's things have cornflakes talon by that time this is you know early nineteen they did and the judges agreed with wheel and he won the case and poor john harvey had to pay all the legal costs and everything else and he could only put his name in tiny writing on the bottom of the box any cereal he created and of 'course was very easy to steal a patent for cereals kellogg's learned all you have to do is change one little step and then you can't really be sued by the person who holds the patent so uh will later beat of meant awful brann cereals even though that was truly john harvey's creation but the two you know there was a lot of bad blood between them in then after of the lawsuit they rarely if ever spoke to one another again we'll made sure there was always a witness when they did speak to each other because he never knew what john harvey would say about him so i have to tell you when i was growing up battle creek was this kennedy thick place for me because i have breakfast cereals for breakfast and whether us poster kellogg's the.

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"howard markel" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:15 min | 4 years ago

"howard markel" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Address would be battle creek an hour i would like stare at the stare at the cereal boxes when i had breakfast and there wasn't much too reid on them zero is seeing the name battle with the event there is always a like a a come on on the boxes were at like if he wrote to the icc dress in battle creek you'd get a free something or another you know right a souvenir of the cereal and so it would all lead back to battle creek and i had no no idea what that wajed what mantle it sound like a really interesting name battle yeah who knows who knew what kind of battles went on there and help reduce the theory of and since you live close to battle creek and actually took school trips there was at a mythical place in your mind you saw the reality of it well 1966 it was because cereal city was in full operation so the'real city is that letter lescot yeah that's what they call the cereals did and it it you know if you were a michigan is i i was a you took too big field trips one was the ford motor company in dearborn michigan which also had a mythical uh uh sensibility too many children up but you took a trip to battle creek so you went into this factory which was pristine and everyone was wearing white and there was stainless steel device is all chugging in moving and doing stuff and there were these conveyor belts serve literally there were five miles of conveyor belts in the factory that went all the way from the granary where they took raw corn uh or wheat or what have you and you follow this path with the uh too noor guide all the way to the boxing room where you had fresh boxes of cornflakes or sugar frosted flakes or what have you and the smell was overpowering i still remember that smell of toasted corn and uh then they gave you a fresh box and that fresh box with the best box of cereal i've ever go ahead and to some extent i'm still searching for that wonderful fresh box well howard marquel thank you so much for talking with us we'll think so much terry it's just been thrilling to have the opportunity to speak with you today dr howard marquel as the author of the new book.

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"howard markel" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:17 min | 4 years ago

"howard markel" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And the concepts of the devil and terrible monsters it would take over the world the second coming and how only a very few the most pious would be elevated to heaven but it seems like i'd after kellogg's work and trying to keep people more healthy and discover new thing james when against the idea that any day now the whole world can end and is likely to end so what's the point that's a very good point because he was all about life there was a rupture between john harvey kellogg and the whites a that began probably though iding the cofounders of the church yes alunan james wife cofounders of the church and the the rupture probably began as soon as john took over the sanitarium he was very headstrong guy uh he always knew he was right even when he wasn't because he was so charismatic and brilliant uh he often was right but he did not want people who are not medically trained telling him hotter run his hospital or his medical center and he certainly didn't want people who were trying to run it from afar you know the whites were often wintering in california and of course there were other elders of the adventist church who looked at the profits that the senator him was making no it all went back in into the sanitarium but they wanted some of that money for other uh adventist projects and programmes and so john was very a tightfisted with the money he brought in and the ideas he was propagating and eventually uh there was a deep rupture andy whispering campaign that john was taken over by the devil that became a shouting campaign and in 1995 he was excommunicated from the seventh day adventist church the very church he grew up in and was raised to become a leader in well let's take a short break here and then we'll get back to cereal okay if you're just joining us my guest is dr howard mark how he directs the center for the history of medicine at the university of michigan and he's the author of the new book the kellogg's the battling brothers of battle creek we'll be right back this is fresh air.

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"howard markel" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:25 min | 4 years ago

"howard markel" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Came to edit their magp does he called the health reformer which john harvey later changed the name to good health because he realized that people don't like reform they like to be healthy but they don't want somebody telling them to reform and so they realized that john harvey could be the head of their health avenue their health section of the domination now the white founded uh what became the battle creek sanitarium which was a world famous medical spa grand hotel and medical center but they called it the western health reform instituted was basically a house where quickie doctors lectured about things and serve bad food and people didn't come back but they realized that john harvey could be the new leader but he had to get a good medical education and when he came back to battle creek he was tapped to takeover of the western health reform institute and he said i'll do so on one condition that i get to run it and i get to run it not only on religious principles but unscientific prints the polls because he wanted desperately not only to be a good seventy advantis but to be well regarded in the medical profession uh people from all around the world came to battle creek to to heal some famous people to who are some of the famous people who came while he treated many presidents including warren harding and william too after you treated william jennings bryan the democratic hopeful uh he treated eddie kanter the comedian uh he tweeted johnny weismuller tarzan who would go into the dining room and do a tarzan y'all to begin the meal uh he treated amelia erhart uh and so journal truth he treated uh uh and on and on and on so it's really interesting that cornflakes and all of the kellogg theory else have a direct connection with the seventh day adventist yeah it's really up because that grain diet was very important to the adventist and of course uh dr kellogg found in his study of gastroenterology which we only think if anybody thinks about science at the turn of the last century you think about germ theory and bacteriology and infectious diseases or the cleaning of the cities and water supply but how we eat and digest our food with probably the second most the important field in medicine and so he.

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"howard markel" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:06 min | 4 years ago

"howard markel" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Fm eighty eight point five san francisco in kqe i fn eighty nine point three north highlands sacramento it's seven thirty this is fresh air am teary gross back with dr howard marcal author of the new book the kellogg's that battling brothers of battle creek it's about john and will kellogg who cocreated ready to eat breakfast cereals like cornflakes john was the seventh day adventist and physician who ran a sanitarium that pioneered the wellness movement ready to eat cereals were part of his recommended dietary regimen we'll kellogg the younger brother was the industrial and marketing brains behind kellogg cereals dr marquel directs the center for the history of medicine at the university of michigan so battle creek is famous for kellogg's and for post other big breakfast cereal company but it's also famous as at the time the home center like the home base for the seventh day adventist and dr kellab jon callard was very close to cofounders of seventh day adventist them ellen and james white and they saw him when he was a child as being a possible leader of the church in the future so what was his relationship with the church well you're right battle creek was basically the vatican of the seventh day adventist church and john harvey even as a young oh boy in a young man just exuded brilliance and was curious about everything and so the whites who were the uh the cofounders of the denomination elon white was a prophet of so selfproclaimed prophet us and they realize this young man was quite special so they groomed him and a big part of seventy advantage them and and many christian denominations in the mid th century was about health reform about keeping your body clean and chased and free of vice and also dietary issues as prescribed in the old testament and he later.

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"howard markel" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:25 min | 4 years ago

"howard markel" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And he had a lot of intestinal problems when he was a child he did he did um as a child he aid very badly his favorite meal he he lectured about was braised oxtail in a greasy fatty brown gravy even in its in the israelis though he would talk about those meals lovingly and a you know fried potatoes and flab jackson bacon and things like that so he ate a lot of uh not only fatty foods but constant painting foods yozo it a lot of candy and he developed a constipation he developed hemorrhoids he also developed a colitis that scarred his intestine and so he knew what happened when you eight badly and your concept painted a not regular he also like many doctors of their time believed in a theory called auto intoxication where putrefying meet just stayed in your gut and gave off poisons that caused all sorts of problems from uh uh flatulence and dispatched zia two depression so he was very aware of that and he studied guerrillas in zoos and realize that those guerrillas uh had anywhere from four to five bowel movements a day and they seemed to be quite happy and so he prescribed his patients to do the same and if you ate the diet that he recommended as well as the frequent animas and the yogurt the soya milk and so on you would indeed have frequent bowel movements so i wanna give our listeners a heads up that were just about to enter a part of the conversation which will take a turn into a couple of very disturbing surgical practices that dr jon callard used to discourage masturbation in tina eight years and children and so i just want to give a heads up to parents and to anyone else who feels that this might be to disturbing for them to listen to if you fall into that category you can come back in just a few minutes he also believed in some things that seem pretty quickie to us now now what are a couple of examples of those well let's begin the flakes cereal so they are more easily digested but we now know that cornflakes or or any flakes cereal has something called a high glycemic index which means you start digesting.

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"howard markel" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:26 min | 4 years ago

"howard markel" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Madam this is fresh air and if you're just joining us my guest after howard mark how he's the author of the new book the kellogg's the battling brothers of battle creek and as about the kelleh brothers one of whom was deep into health he was a doctor and created a sanitarium where wellness was the fame and his other brother was the basically the marketing genius who popularised the flake cereals that the brothers cocreated like cornflakes and of course the other brother will kelo created kellogg's cereals so another thing that he was in the forefront of wish probiotics he believed that acid novelists yes which is one of the most common probiotics now would help you maintain a healthy digestive system new described his like basement laboratory in which he studied fecal specimens on under the microscope comparing the fico specimens of people who took acid offer us with those who didn't i mean who else was doing that back in the turn of a century and the turn of the 20th century there was a man named anri to see a at the past your laboratory in paris and uh dr kellogg often travel to europe to learn our new techniques and new ideas it was really funny he started as a passionate believer in seven day adventurism health reform and he kept along those ideas throughout his career but as science and medicine progressed he would read up on these he would speak to the people who were making these discoveries and he would shoehorn and shape these discoveries to his own worldview so he work with dr to see a at the pest your lab to study acid awful us and he found that uh people whose guts were populated with acid off lewis did far better in not having digestive diseases than those who did not he also so found that soya milk was a much better medium for the propagation of acid off wawas and that babies who were fed soy milk acid off lewis did far better than those who were treated cow's milk but not nearly as good as those who are treated breast milk human breast milk regularity was an obsession for dr kellog.

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"howard markel" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:46 min | 4 years ago

"howard markel" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The man in the high castle hulu with the handmaid's tale and now comes a new drama series from what used to be called the directtv audie since network and now is owned by at t this new series is called mr mercedes and it's billed as an at t original available on direct tvs audience network and streaming on directtv now in something called the universe wherever you can find it it's worth finding even though those provider names may mean nothing to you their names behind mr mercedes should mean a lot it's executive producers include stephen king who wrote the 2014 novel on which the series is based and david he kelley the creator of alley beal and the practice in boston legal whose recent defection from broadcast a cable tv resulted in hbo's very well received big little lies and the cast of mr mercedes is loaded with very strong hackers to from mary louise parker and kelly lynch to the show's stars brendan gleason and harry tread away stephen king best known as an author of horror stories often does his best win veering away from the supernatural as in such movies and books as by me misery and the shawshank redemption mr mercedes at least as a standalone character study is a similar departure it it's more of a detective story about a killer who uses his car as a murder weapon and it's part colombo because we know the identity of the mass murderer from the start but it's also a catandmouse chess game because the killer after evading capture for years begins taunting and haunting the the now retired detective who failed to close the case first the killers sends a graphic email showing video of the crime scene then leave something on the detective's lawn it's an escalating war and after a couple of episodes the detective agrees to actively engage what make this work across the board is the depth of character in some stephen king novels characters can slip more into caricature or stereotype but in this tv adaptation of mr mercedes time is taken so we get to know and care about almost everyone involved that includes the victims whom we get to know in what becomes an intensely frightening and unforgettable opening sequence it definitely includes the retired detective bill hodges who is played by wonderful irish actor brendan gleason hodges now lives in hides in a suburban neighborhood where his lawn has gone to cede and so so.

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"howard markel" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:31 min | 4 years ago

"howard markel" Discussed on KQED Radio

"So they cereals started off as part of a larger health regimen that dr calauag prescribe you credit him with coming up with the concept of wellness he ran a sanitarium so give us an overview of some of the belief that he had about wellness that actually became popular we'll dr kellogg called well we call it wellness he called it biologic living and he was really prescient about this dune don't forget at the turn of the last century most doctors were fixated on diseases not preventing them but treating them once they occurred and back then it was often once they occurred and were around for a long period of time so they did their damage dr kellogg was all about preventing these disease before the ever happened by living a healthy life and that included exercise uh a lot of vigorous physical activity eating a grain and vegetable diet avoiding animal fats or meeks where's he called it flesheating avoiding that no alcohol no caffeine of any kind he also was very chased and reminded his of both is readers and has followers of that sex outside the marriage of course was not a good idea but sex for anything other than procreation really sapped the soul and sapped the spirit and of course he was very much opposed to masturbation of any kind no something he wrote about extensively and called the solitary vice you say he was very chased hit that is totally apps them it the way you describe that he and his wife never even consummated their marriage they had children but that was through adoption they slept in separate bedrooms it sounds like he never had sachs it sounds that way now win john was in medical the school at the bellevue hospital medical college 1974 he saw entreated a great many playboys and rakes who had syphilis and gonorrhea and he wrote about it in his student notes and these were not fun cases i can tell you as an old sexually transmitted disease dr when you see these cases in full bloom they are truly disgusting i of the benefit my practice of having antibiotics so they could be treated but back in the 1870s they were not only terrible infections they often were deadly and of course they were contagious so uh so often these men who had.

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"howard markel" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:25 min | 4 years ago

"howard markel" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Adapted from a stephen king novel that's coming up on fresh air first news live from npr news in washington i'm lakshmi sang the north korean government reportedly is a crucial step closer to becoming a nuclear power the washington post cites a confidential us intelligence assessment which concludes at north korea has developed a nuclear warhead small enough to fit on a missile nbc news also cites an official confirming the development scott snyder a senior fellow for korea studies of the council on foreign relations ascribes the diplomatic implication were entering a uh a risky to uh of a good way to tension were the actionreaction quite cool between new york north korea is your heating up and we really need to catch her breath and uh uh take a pause undo plan carefully what the options are that threat evident in the latest scathing exchange between north korea and the us after the un security council including kunyoung major ally china recently approved new sanctions against north korea over to intercontinental ballistic missile tests pyongyang warned the us was not safe all today president trump fired back north korea best not make any more rest of the united states they will remember with fire and fury life the has never safe president trump speaking at a crucial gathering on another crisis gripping the united states and opioid epidemic he's being briefed by commission on recommendations for addressing the nation's overwhelming number of drug overdoses a medical journal report out today reveals more than fifty two thousand americans died from drug overdoses mainly from prescription painkillers in heroin abuse in 2015 that was unprecedented and there was no sign of a meaningful decline in the death rate well into last year according to government statistics cited by the associated press the british regulators will review rupert murdoch's fourteen billion dollar bid for a giant british satellite television company a second time as npr's david folk and flick reports renewed scrutiny follows outrage over a retracted story from murdoch's fox news about a murder with political implications the decision comes just a week after npr revealed allegations that fox news.

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