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Ben Ferguson Predicts Potential Side Effect to COVID Vaccine After a Year of Data

Mark Levin

01:16 min | 6 months ago

Ben Ferguson Predicts Potential Side Effect to COVID Vaccine After a Year of Data

"You can not say that it's misinformation when we're barely into a pandemic Two years is not We don't even have what A year of data yet mister producer on this vaccine I promise you there is going to be some sort of side effect at some point down the road It may be minor but there's going to be something that we're going to find out There is always a cause and effect with medicine We've seen that with aspirin We've seen it with ibuprofen hell We've seen it with benadryl We find out new things It doesn't mean that someone was intentionally trying to harm you by the way when they came out with those drugs I'm not saying there's some grand conspiracy to hurt you but to say that it is it is misinformation for any mother who's in childbearing years or trying to get pregnant or any mother who's thinking about saying no to a vaccine for their child when the mortality rate of children is still by the way extremely extremely extremely extremely extremely low You have a better chance of dying from the flu in this country than you do of COVID-19 if you're 18 or under Prove me wrong

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"ibuprofen" Discussed on Real Life Pharmacology - Pharmacology Education for Health Care Professionals

Real Life Pharmacology - Pharmacology Education for Health Care Professionals

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"ibuprofen" Discussed on Real Life Pharmacology - Pharmacology Education for Health Care Professionals

"Depending on the book you select pharmacotherapy through the case or my latest audible book on drug interaction so go check those out for sure all right so finishing up on. Drug interactions The first one i think about i see a lot of is the risk. So i mentioned anticoagulant anti platelets these can have a cumulative effect in thin out that blood even more with an addition of drugs. Like ibuprofen on board ace inhibitors. Arbs day rex Those work on the kidney they can cause acute renal failure on their own but combining with with ibuprofen and it's renal effects can increase the risk even further. So be really really cautious. We need to be monitoring creatine and kidney function as we're using said it's really really important thing to do In addition older patients are going to likely be at war and more risk as they get older in combination with those other leads to hypertension meds. So that's kind of again kind of a general Opposition type of fact where i be profiled can raise blood pressure and oppose what. We're trying to do with meds that lower blood pressure lithium used in in bipolar disorder. Concentrations can be increased with the use of of Definitely one that. I have come across in clinical practice and again the accessibility of ibuprofen it. Being over the counter you see a lot of situations where a healthcare providers pharmacists physicians. Whoever is helping to work with that patient how things get missed because the patient goes and they start taking this medication On their own so very very important to remember to educate your patients to ask questions And remind their healthcare providers that they're starting a new medication and ask for permission even though it is over the counter because there there are a ton of drug interactions with ibuprofen and obviously a lot of the the end said in general More along the lines of gi risk gird jade lead risk of phosphates. The oral phosphates like alendronate on that can potentially have some additive effects on that. Gi bleed. risk You know asaf geel ulceration risk. Corticosteroids can be kind of hard on the stomach for some patients and again may increase that risk for a gi adverse effects and then lastly mentioned the risk We could potentially oppose some of the beneficial effects That we're getting from a drug like for frozen in trying to run off. Fluid drugs like ibuprofen can potentially oppose that benefit. All right so that's going to wrap it up for today. If you enjoyed the podcast lever rating review on i tunes. Thank you so much.

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"ibuprofen" Discussed on Real Life Pharmacology - Pharmacology Education for Health Care Professionals

Real Life Pharmacology - Pharmacology Education for Health Care Professionals

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"ibuprofen" Discussed on Real Life Pharmacology - Pharmacology Education for Health Care Professionals

"Of that so from a prescribing cascade. I've seen it so many times. Where a patient usually an older patient starts of medication like ibuprofen and within days to a few weeks all of a sudden now you see. They're diagnosed with heartburn or gerd or something like that and they get put on a drug like a map resolve. ppi or h two blocker To help with those symptoms so really really pay attention to the adverse effect profile of drugs. Like ibuprofen another. Classic example is c. h. f so Ibuprofen can cause fluid retention and if you see escalating doses of diuretics or a new start of furrow samaya for example. Gotta go back. Look and and make sure you recognize that drugs like ibuprofen can cause those adverse effects. Renal issues can happen so Patients may be particularly on diuretics. Ace inhibitors in combination with drug leg ivy profane can really increase that risk of acute renal failure to to a larger extent so again most these effects are dose dependent higher though she used the more frequently it's being used you're more likely to encounter these things or if patients are on other meds like i mentioned that can exacerbate that risk in addition to the ibuprofen That's a big deal there now. There is a boxed warning for Am i and this. A broad categorization for all and sets So am i stroke. Things like that Says have been shown to potentially increase that risk and we do have a boxed warning. So that's definitely something to be cognizant of and something to look at your individual patient and say okay. How much risk are they gonna be at you know. Are they already at high risk for cardiovascular issues and what other options do we have to manage pain so that can certainly be a challenging situation. when you get out in practice is weighing that risk versus the benefit. There one. other thing. I've seen in clinical practices blood pressure so again kind of a dose dependent effect. Is we raise the dose. It's more likely to happen But i have seen end sets. Contribute and ibuprofen. Contribute to resistant hypertension. Okay if you see a patient with escalating blood pressure medications may be modine or cinna perot. And you're maybe not getting a response. You think you should be getting how that could be a situation where a drug ibuprofen is contributing to that hypertension there also was a recent Newer updates in pregnancy and that A special fda alert it is considered an update and not necessarily a boxed warning at least at this point in early twenty twenty one but that is a special fda alert on a fetal Kidney problems and and development and usually that's So far what they've seen as twenty plus weeks gestation so important to think about that and think about the use of of the potential inappropriateness of using it again. Can i get a depend upon. What other options we have and you know when in my perspective as as a pharmacist i play it. Pretty safe When it comes to pregnancy and using medications and it absolutely must totally outweigh. The need must totally outweigh any potential. Risks to the fetus. So it's definitely something you're gonna wanna keep keep tabs on with the usa then sets As maybe more data is found out regarding that special Fda alert are at so. Let's take a quick break from our sponsored bill. Wrap up with.

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"ibuprofen" Discussed on Real Life Pharmacology - Pharmacology Education for Health Care Professionals

Real Life Pharmacology - Pharmacology Education for Health Care Professionals

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"ibuprofen" Discussed on Real Life Pharmacology - Pharmacology Education for Health Care Professionals

"Are responsible for causing pain fever and inflammation of course now. In addition to you know reducing that prostate gland formation end says in. Ib proven Falls in that category inhibits thrombosis. Seen a two so by having that inhibitory effect on thron box two we can actually Reduce or block or slow platelet aggregation. This increases the risk for that blood being thinner and increases bleed risk. Which is why you don't we often hold ansett's before surgery for example and they're obviously you don't need to be used caution with anti other anti platelet medications rent equivalence which will certainly talk more about with with drug interactions to But that is you mechanistically How that happens there dosage forms and kinetics. I did wanna touch on because this is definitely going to. You know have some variation from other end sets so with appropriate. It's one of the few that have a liquid formulation and dosing with this. Medication is four to ten milligrams per kilogram per dose in particularly with that liquid. We really really want to be careful. when we are instructing patients caregivers to dial up or basically That dose because very very critical because they've seen situations of incidental overdose because of inappropriate measuring so again very very important that you go through that with the patient and they're taking the appropriate dose particularly pediatric patients. So the most appropriate way to to does that medication In our younger patient population is weight based dosing There are some some and you may see age based dosing as well Which is you know. Probably acceptable in most situations but By and large generally go with the weight based dosing so there again. Make sure you've got an accurate weight in an up to date. Wait if you're going to recommend a specific dose to to a patient dosing as far as the oral agent goes And you know what i think. Most adult patients say of you know relatively healthy thirty or forty year old you know. They've got some aches and pains or something and they're gonna take ibuprofen Most important points to make is that Ibuprofen does have a little bit shorter half life than some of the other agents. So let's take naproxen. Another common over the counter available and said naproxen much longer. Half life than ibuprofen only about two hours. So we're going to have to reduce ibuprofen A little bit more often and that can be good and bad you know if if you are having adverse effects those adverse effects are going to wear off more quickly If you know the bad side of it is you know. Patients need to Be by their medication and take it more frequently throughout the day so You know can be some good and some bad with a short half life. Drugs depending upon The perspective that you're looking at there so adverse effect profile definitely wanted to take some time and go through some of the prescribing. Cascade things with you. So that's where we atta medication. We get a side effect and then we add another medication to basically treat or manage that side effects so Jay bleeding gerd symptoms stomach upset. That is probably the most common Adverse effect with end sets and. That's you know in ibuprofen. And that's why we try to take this medication with food..

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How Long Does Ibuprofen Stay in Your System?

Real Life Pharmacology - Pharmacology Education for Health Care Professionals

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

How Long Does Ibuprofen Stay in Your System?

"Does have a little bit shorter half life than some of the other agents. So let's take naproxen. Another common over the counter available and said naproxen much longer. Half life than ibuprofen only about two hours. So we're going to have to reduce ibuprofen A little bit more often and that can be good and bad you know if if you are having adverse effects those adverse effects are going to wear off more quickly If you know the bad side of it is you know. Patients need to Be by their medication and take it more frequently throughout the day so You know can be some good and some bad with a short half life. Drugs depending upon The perspective that you're looking at there

"ibuprofen" Discussed on Real Life Pharmacology - Pharmacology Education for Health Care Professionals

Real Life Pharmacology - Pharmacology Education for Health Care Professionals

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"ibuprofen" Discussed on Real Life Pharmacology - Pharmacology Education for Health Care Professionals

"Hey l. welcome back to the real life pharmacology podcast. I'm your host pharmacist. Air christianson up probably easiest to track me down. If you got comments suggestions on linked in beer christianson farm db cgp be cps also reach out met education wanna one at g mail dot com and of course as always go to rely pharmacology dot com. Check out our free thirty one page. Pdf i simply get it. For subscribing to the podcast. Update you with new. When new episodes are available as well as some of the new content new books things of that nature as well as well. Some special discounts from time to time to so Definitely go check that out in real life. Pharmacology dot com. Snag your free thirty one page. Pdf or so. Ibuprofen profile is the drug of the day today. I have previously Covered in the past. But i wanted to dig into more specifics on this medication. So first off brand names that you're gonna see used in clinical practice advil motrin closer by far the most common And you'll hear patients talk about these as well so definitely a a nice one to know the the brand name there Classification it is an end. Said as mentioned. So you know it's got analgesic. Properties anti patriotic. So can manage fevers. And that's really mostly What it's going to be used for so pain relief Fever relief as well as associated with that pain obviously anti inflammatory or inflammation. Relief there as well mechanistically how it does some of those things. So profe- technically classified as a nonselective End said which means it inhibits cox one and cox to Causes a reduction in prostaglandin formation. And if you remember prostaglandins specific prostaglandins..

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"ibuprofen" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"ibuprofen" Discussed on WTVN

"That we're facing. I mean, everything that we're facing right now is beginning of freedom or end of freedom. Mawr in just a second. If you know if you take ibuprofen, I guess there were, you know. Certain things that it helps. It's never help. Is ibuprofen ever helped you? Have you ever taken ibuprofen and the like, are gonna give you the area 100. I report Well, you're talking about 800. That's that's the spirits. The big stick. That's a big stuff that's like I don't know. I can't get addicted to that stuff. I've been mainlining I've been shooting ibuprofen 800 into my veins in my eyes Now for a while, if all my veins of ibuprofen 800 Anyway, I am not a big believer in you know things like ibuprofen that reduce your inflammation. That's why one of the reasons why I didn't take really factor for a long time. And I ran out of excuses and I ran out of options. Finally, my wife said, I'm not going to listen to your rank and everyday and try everything, so I tried it. Begrudgingly and I went into it with a bad attitude. It's not gonna work. I took it for three weeks. I didn't tell her that I was actually feeling some effects and because I had dismissed it. I'm like it's not the Ivy Province is this stuff just reduces inflammation? It's not that and then I stopped taking it and I had to go to my wife and say I think I should probably order some more relief factor. And I've been taking it now three times a day for three almost three years, and it is it's changed my life go to really factor dot com or call 805 183 84 805 183.

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Coronavirus: Ibuprofen tested as a treatment

BBC Newshour

03:52 min | 2 years ago

Coronavirus: Ibuprofen tested as a treatment

"Now we know there are many scientists all around the world working on a vaccine for corona virus and we also know there is no single proven treatment for it so there will be a loss of interest in news that a U. K. clinical trial is looking at whether ibuprofen could work the anti inflammatory drug which has shown great promise in initial tests on animals will be administered to those with breathing difficulties that speak to professor metalsmith who is director of king's college London center for invasive therapeutics that's one of the bodies working on the trial welcome to the program I'm sorry but just getting you to outline for us whiny should be there were fears that ibuprofen could actually be detrimental in the treatment for corona virus hi good afternoon yes there were some initial concerns raised we have concerns rise from from the French health ministry and there was an article published as well which which really laid out the theoretical concerns and you know it it is important to consider however what happens afterwards was that there was a review of the evidence including a review of studies that looked at earlier infectious diseases like birds I'm the first Sauls was what is the current head that make and they concluded there was no evidence that this drug could increase the chance of an infection taking hold was sind symptoms and this yeah there are statements released from the World Health Organization the European medicines agency and also the U. K. commercial medicines also released a statement saying that there's no evidence of of home here okay so tell us then walked there is that suggests that type of pricing could reduce inflammation and in the lungs trolls so well there's no there's no evidence of home in order to demonstrate benefit we have to do a trial so why do we think that this trial is important well I'll be pricing has been suggested as a treatment for the respiratory distress that you can get with carpet nineteen disease for a long time in fact prescription dress distress in general but can come from other infections and other lung diseases as well coming all the way back to the nineteen eighties and this is mostly in animal models now they're all concerns with all of your preference side effects you know it's not super tolerated drug if for example you have ulcers we don't risk of gastric bleeding so this particular formulation on record from where you sit is a lot safer and you also have a better buyer distribution in the body so it can enter the immune system S. as well and in the animal models which of my struggles of acute respiratory distress syndrome the survival in the months goes up dramatically when a given this unique formulation of ibuprofen okay I'm what I'm what that will do it would be a formulation be given once it's established that you have covert nineteen Sir do you know this is this is very important so this is not something that's going to prevent you from getting the disease a toll and in fact this is specifically targeted at certain symptoms which we think are in the mid disease stage so we're really looking at patients who are hospitalized and the way they would receive the drug is actually very simple to just be in capsules is warm truck so we're all used to argue pricing is not like that but it's toward drug okay well we wish you all the best with the at the trial professor Mifsud messa a director of king's college London center for innovative therapeutics one of the bodies working on that U. K. trial

UK doctors to trial ibuprofen in COVID-19 patients with breathing difficulties

BBC Newshour

04:01 min | 2 years ago

UK doctors to trial ibuprofen in COVID-19 patients with breathing difficulties

"Now now we we know know there there are are many many scientists scientists all all around around the the world world working working on on a a vaccine vaccine for for corona corona virus virus and and we we also also know know there there is is no no single single proven proven treatment treatment for for it it so so there there will will be be a a loss loss of of interest interest in in news news that that a a U. U. K. K. clinical clinical trial trial is is looking looking at at whether whether ibuprofen ibuprofen could could work work the the anti anti inflammatory inflammatory drug drug which which has has shown shown great great promise promise in in initial initial tests tests on on animals animals will will be be administered administered to to those those with with breathing breathing difficulties difficulties that that speak speak to to professor professor metalsmith metalsmith who who is is director director of of king's king's college college London London center center for for invasive invasive therapeutics therapeutics that's that's one one of of the the bodies bodies working working on on the the trial trial welcome welcome to to the the program program I'm I'm sorry sorry but but just just getting getting you you to to outline outline for for us us whiny whiny should should be be there there were were fears fears that that ibuprofen ibuprofen could could actually actually be be detrimental detrimental in in the the treatment treatment for for corona corona virus virus hi hi good good afternoon afternoon yes yes there there were were some some initial initial concerns concerns raised raised we we have have concerns concerns rise rise from from from from the the French French health health ministry ministry and and there there was was an an article article published published as as well well which which which which really really laid laid out out the the theoretical theoretical concerns concerns and and you you know know it it it it is is important important to to consider consider however however what what happens happens afterwards afterwards was was that that there there was was a a review review of of the the evidence evidence including including a a review review of of studies studies that that looked looked at at earlier earlier infectious infectious diseases diseases like like birds birds I'm I'm the the first first Sauls Sauls was was what what is is the the current current head head that that make make and and they they concluded concluded there there was was no no evidence evidence that that this this drug drug could could increase increase the the chance chance of of an an infection infection taking taking hold hold was was sind sind symptoms symptoms and and this this yeah yeah there there are are statements statements released released from from the the World World Health Health Organization Organization the the European European medicines medicines agency agency and and also also the the U. U. K. K. commercial commercial medicines medicines also also released released a statement a statement saying saying that that there's there's no no evidence evidence of of of of home home here here okay okay so so tell tell us us then then walked walked there there is is that that suggests suggests that that type type of of pricing pricing could could reduce reduce inflammation inflammation and and in in the the lungs lungs trolls trolls so so well well there's there's no no there's there's no no evidence evidence of of home home in in order order to to demonstrate demonstrate benefit benefit we we have have to to do do a a trial trial so so why why do do we we think think that that this this trial trial is is important important well well I'll I'll be be pricing pricing has has been been suggested suggested as as a a treatment treatment for for the the respiratory respiratory distress distress that that you you can can get get with with carpet carpet nineteen nineteen disease disease for for a a long long time time in in fact fact prescription prescription dress dress distress distress in in general general but but can can come come from from other other infections infections and and other other lung lung diseases diseases as as well well coming coming all all the the way way back back to to the the nineteen nineteen eighties eighties and and this this is is mostly mostly in in animal animal models models now now they're they're all all concerns concerns with with all all of of your your preference preference side side effects effects you you know know it's it's not not super super tolerated tolerated drug drug if if for for example example you you have have ulcers ulcers we we don't don't risk risk of of gastric gastric bleeding bleeding so so this this particular particular formulation formulation on on record record from from where where you you sit sit is is a a lot lot safer safer and and you you also also have have a a better better buyer buyer distribution distribution in in the the body body so so it it can can enter enter the the immune immune system system S. S. as as well well and and in in the the animal animal models models which which of of my my struggles struggles of of acute acute respiratory respiratory distress distress syndrome syndrome the the survival survival in in the the months months goes goes up up dramatically dramatically when when a a given given this this unique unique formulation formulation of of ibuprofen ibuprofen okay okay I'm I'm what what I'm I'm what what that that will will do do it it would would be be a a formulation formulation be be given given once once it's it's established established that that you you have have covert covert nineteen nineteen Sir Sir do do you you know know this this is is this this is is very very important important so so this this is is not not something something that's that's going going to to prevent prevent you you from from getting getting the the disease disease a a toll toll and and in in fact fact this this is is specifically specifically targeted targeted at at certain certain symptoms symptoms which which we we think think are are in in the the mid mid disease disease stage stage so so we're we're really really looking looking at at patients patients who who are are hospitalized hospitalized and and the the way way they they would would receive receive the the drug drug is is actually actually very very simple simple to to just just be be in in capsules capsules is is warm warm truck truck so so we're we're all all used used to to argue argue pricing pricing is is not not like like that that but but it's it's toward toward drug drug okay okay well well we we wish wish you you all all the the best best with with the the at at the the trial trial professor professor Mifsud Mifsud messa messa a a director director of of king's king's college college London London center center for for innovative innovative therapeutics therapeutics one one of of the the bodies bodies working working on on that that U. U. K. K. trial trial to see if I'd be profane can be amongst the treatments being given for patients who are suffering with credit nineteen

Coronavirus: Ibuprofen tested as treatment to reduce COVID-19 symptoms

BBC Newshour

03:59 min | 2 years ago

Coronavirus: Ibuprofen tested as treatment to reduce COVID-19 symptoms

"Now we know there are many scientists all around the world working on a vaccine for corona virus and we also know there is no single proven treatment for it so there will be a loss of interest in news that a U. K. clinical trial is looking at whether ibuprofen could work the anti inflammatory drug which has shown great promise in initial tests on animals will be administered to those with breathing difficulties that speak to professor metalsmith who is director of king's college London center for invasive therapeutics that's one of the bodies working on the trial welcome to the program I'm sorry but just getting you to outline for us whiny should be there were fears that ibuprofen could actually be detrimental in the treatment for corona virus hi good afternoon yes there were some initial concerns raised we have concerns rise from from the French health ministry and there was an article published as well which which really laid out the theoretical concerns and you know it it is important to consider however what happens afterwards was that there was a review of the evidence including a review of studies that looked at earlier infectious diseases like birds I'm the first Sauls was what is the current head that make and they concluded there was no evidence that this drug could increase the chance of an infection taking hold was sind symptoms and this yeah there are statements released from the World Health Organization the European medicines agency and also the U. K. commercial medicines also released a statement saying that there's no evidence of of home here okay so tell us then walked there is that suggests that type of pricing could reduce inflammation and in the lungs trolls so well there's no there's no evidence of home in order to demonstrate benefit we have to do a trial so why do we think that this trial is important well I'll be pricing has been suggested as a treatment for the respiratory distress that you can get with carpet nineteen disease for a long time in fact prescription dress distress in general but can come from other infections and other lung diseases as well coming all the way back to the nineteen eighties and this is mostly in animal models now they're all concerns with all of your preference side effects you know it's not super tolerated drug if for example you have ulcers we don't risk of gastric bleeding so this particular formulation on record from where you sit is a lot safer and you also have a better buyer distribution in the body so it can enter the immune system S. as well and in the animal models which of my struggles of acute respiratory distress syndrome the survival in the months goes up dramatically when a given this unique formulation of ibuprofen okay I'm what I'm what that will do it would be a formulation be given once it's established that you have covert nineteen Sir do you know this is this is very important so this is not something that's going to prevent you from getting the disease a toll and in fact this is specifically targeted at certain symptoms which we think are in the mid disease stage so we're really looking at patients who are hospitalized and the way they would receive the drug is actually very simple to just be in capsules is warm truck so we're all used to argue pricing is not like that but it's toward drug okay well we wish you all the best with the at the trial professor Mifsud messa a director of king's college London center for innovative therapeutics one of the bodies working on that U. K. trial to see if I'd be profane can be amongst the treatments being given for patients

"ibuprofen" Discussed on Better Back Show

Better Back Show

07:11 min | 2 years ago

"ibuprofen" Discussed on Better Back Show

"Is a pathway then has been that. Has Been, discovered Probably hundreds of years ago, if not early in the night in the Twentieth Century Is called the Cox two pathway, which is essentially just it's how your your brain sends neuro neurons. Tuned from the you're you're limbs? Let's just say for example your limbs like painting your limbs or paying your back for example. And then the that Cox two pathway will go back up. Back and forth from your central nervous system in your brain backout to the outer parts of your body. Think about your limbs fingers stuff like that, and then we'll go back just constantly. Sending these sensations. And so the Cox two pathway when you block the Cox, two pathway. Like these drugs do Ibuprofen advil. Aleve stuff like that. Then that pain sensation can be dramatically decreased if not removed think about anaesthesia. Obviously. Illegal. If it's not utilized in very. People with licenses. You know medical professionals. Because it can be, it can kill people. It's related to Fenton all and those sorts of so. We're getting deep here, but. To coming back into perspective of of back pain. You know. It actually the pain is being removed in the brain. It blocked the brain, not removed but blocked. And that Cox two pathway. Is What is being affected. I always used to think in most people I think haven't early on. Understanding that. The pain is being. Kind of removed temporarily or blocked is really a better word. Is being blocked where you're feeling the pain. But really. Your pain sensation this created. In the brain. It's not created where you're feeling the pain. So. You got to take a step back and think about it that way. No. Over time. Once you change. The chemistry in the in the natural processes that are going on neurologically in your brain and what you keep. Interrupting or changing or altering altering your natural process in your brain or anywhere in your body. Wouldn't you think that would have you know some sort of effect whether it's good bad? And what happens? Over time, just like if you if you think about. The Eagle illegal drugs the drugs that people think are bad. Say are bad which they are. Methamphetamine. This hard drugs. It's a similar process. It's interrupting neurologic fundamental neurological processes that. JUST HOW WE'VE! I'm evolved over millions of years. And so. In short. Lince, we keep disrupting this Cox two pathway, which is supposed to happen. It's for a reason. Why you can eventually start, doing of course is destroying. Breaking down. This nerves that are responsible for these sensations. And so for me personally. I had strange symptoms start to. Appear start to feel sense. For example neuropathy, which is a general kind of term. But, in my sense, it was burning of like a tingling fingers tingling of my. On my face! Kind of At times of it live. I was in a cold climate. I wouldn't be able to really sense if I was. If my hands are cold, or my feet were cold, or my feet were hot. Okay. And I attribute this looking at my doing my own digging doing my own quote, unquote research, which there really isn't a ton when it comes to. Know at least I haven't found yet. When it comes to drug abuse. Or just or just plain out reaction, negative reactions because I didn't abuse drugs, but people have to use drugs to abuse drugs if you know what I mean. We can start relying IB. Society wouldn't think we add a problem. But then we just keep using Ibuprofen or advil advil every day or every week at least. In the brain just because it's labeled as okay in the label and the box in your doctor and your physician says it's Ok doesn't mean that your body's going to have a different response. and. That's really the essence of this. Episode today is. You know your body. Mandates What's going on? Your doctor doesn't mandate. What's going on? Your doctor can be like a Djeddai. And say. No patient. This is how you're going to react to XYZ. That'd be amazing. Doctors could do that, but unfortunately they can't. Your body is going to mandate how. Reacts. To whatever method you try to use for back pain relief. So again I want you to take what I. My own experience into context and perspective. Everybody's got their unique. His story really. and. You need to keep in mind that if you resort to. Be a prescription medication. Specifically for back pain prescription medication over the counter. Even herbs, even even quote unquote. Just completely greens. One of maybe. there's GonNa be sort of process. Taking place chemically in your body in the aspect of? The aspect of advil Ibuprofen those sorts of over the counter drugs. It's not first of all it's not. Taking care of the problem. First of all everybody can. Even doctor should be.

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"ibuprofen" Discussed on Better Back Show

Better Back Show

07:43 min | 2 years ago

"ibuprofen" Discussed on Better Back Show

"Question. Should you rely on Ibuprofen for chronic back pain? Now. I'm GonNa add to that I'm an ad Ibuprofen. advil any of those over the counter. Painkillers that now you probably have taken. Most people have taken and actually a lot of people. Unfortunately I did actually even when I was a kid. As released ten eleven twelve thirteen years old. Remember taking some of these drugs. On a weekly at least a monthly basis. For things like chronic migraines. Of course back pain eventually. But we're GONNA dive into this. We're going to dive into this question. that. I am not lead in with a quick little disclaimer. Is that none of this information that I share on this podcast? Specially shows like this or Topics like this. None of the information that I share is meant to be. Taken his personal. Information. The only one that can your ought to give you personal instructions and prescriptions. As your doctor when it comes to topics like this. So. The vast majority of this information. Aside from exercise aside from exercise. The mass majority information is my personal experience and it's not to be. Taken, as personal medical advice as you, would your physician some just getting that out of the way. So. Let's go back into the topic of Ibuprofen advil. a big one for me was. A leave actually. And you know there's no. There is no question of whether these. Drugs and painkillers if you will. Serve a purpose I'm not a biochemist. I'm not a medical visit. I'm not a physician. I'm not anybody in that science world, so it's kind of out of my scope of practice to talk about a lot of the. Chemistry of these drugs, but we're talking specifically as it relates to. You know just personal data day. the struggle with chronic back pain, and that's the only context that I'm. Including here. I'm not talking. I'm not going to. Pretend I'm a biochemist, and that sort of thing. It's pretty simple of what were talking about money apply. This. Topic of painkillers. And Like I said there's no. There's no question of whether painkillers and drugs and whatnot have a very important. Significance. In our society in our world, the value that. And the relief if you will. That painkillers in general provide can provide in the surgical sense recovery sense, helping patients helping people combat pain. As over it's overwhelming. There's no there should be no. arguing to that that's obvious. But when it comes to long term health. And long-term well-being. I'm a skeptic of painkillers. And all they can really use as my own experience, so this is definitely doesn't apply to everybody necessarily. All add to that that I do meet. A lot of people have met. A lot of people continue to meet a lot of people that seem to have similar. Kind of. Unfortunately similar experiences that I have. With. Specifically painkillers in the subject of back pain. So what? AM, I talking about here while like I said I. Had Struck I. have struggled in the past when I was just a kid, ten eleven twelve thirteen years old with migraines. Actually it was I struggled migraine headaches, too where you wouldn't be able to see basically blinding migraine headaches started visually. So you lose your? You'll lose your. Kind of like you're legally blind. You don't lose all your vision, but it's like you can't drive. You could not. You couldn't drive with. The migraines said I would get and then after. Is kind of a delayed response, but then afterwards few hours later than the pain would come. So it'd be kind of like a double whammy, and I've actually met. Some people that have similar symptoms reside I did in the past, but That lasted through my adolescence until I was in my early twenties. And Dumb of course like I've said another episodes of I only knew what I know today. I could have probably. If not removed the entire problem at its root, but Greatly at least tremendously decrease the problem decrease that the problem of a migraine headaches and Migraine Lake Back. Pain is a signal. It's a sign from your central nervous system that there's something going on. Something's not right. I realized. That I realized just objectively over time slowly, but surely that the my migraines were. Primarily due to nutrient, deficiencies. And seems like such a simple. Concept right today, but back in the day. It's just things you don't think about in the moment, and then later on, you're like. If it's. How did I not think about that, but I guess. I was only ten eleven twelve years old. So. You know I relied on on things like advil. Aleve you know I. Reproach even like painkillers. And I never really understood how. The basic the basic process. How that allows. These drugs are often. I'll Aleve advil to actually function to actually quote unquote. Remove temporarily remove or block is the better word block pain. Because literally what it's doing, it's blocking pain snout removing pain. It's not even really relieving pain because your brain. And, once it gets. The opportunity is going to create that sensation of pain once again because it's trying to signal problem. No. We're getting getting deeper and deeper into this so. Just this is nerdy is I'm GONNA get today. Is this right here. The actual process Biological Kapros chemical process taking place..

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How to enhance your immunity

Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored

07:00 min | 2 years ago

How to enhance your immunity

"I've had four weeks of this Discussions Kobe nineteen and I was actually thinking of not going on the air today because everything I said is coming true and everything. I said in the first episode about strengthening strengthening. Your immune system is really what we have to do. That is our line of defense. I said four weeks ago and it's true today. It's going to be better than a vaccine. It's GonNa give us the ability to fight off the virus and if we do get it to make it less severe so what what. Where should we start there? I think number one. We have to realize that What we're being told is really good advice. Isolation distancing handwashing. They're all effective ways to avoid exposure to this virus and they are absolutely absolutely crucial to avoid a catastrophic overwhelming of our healthcare system. But there is this second powerful tool and that's strengthening our immune and body repair systems. Because if we do what the CDC tells us About distancing and washing we will The combination of the two increasing our immune system will buy ourselves some time until more is known about this virus and and how to treat it so are a strong. Immune system makes this virus and other infections milder in briefer it'll reduce the risk of these fatal monies that people have and and and these are currying in the older people ever average age of seventy eight point five years of age. Maybe we can create virtual ventilator. Maybe our illnesses will be milder and briefer. So we're going to be on an immunity mission today. You're not gonNA hear a lot about that from the CDC who world health or was Asian. You're not going to see it in the paper but it's really important really important to keep our immunity. We've had her immunity for thousands of years before the pharmaceutical companies came along. We we we lost people. Don't get me wrong. But the ones that survived with because they had a strong immune system. I was surprised to see the New York. Times actually came out with an article stating the eight immune boosting methods. They said Sleep Com. Yeah they said about meditation. Nutrition exercise reducing alcohol. Hydration are all vital to your health. Immunity what you eat drink breathe doing feel eat drink free. Do and feel all important to your immunity. Not Going to see a lot of articles about the vitamin D vitamin C. They WanNa say a myth. We'll talk more about that. You're not gonNA say anything about Colorado silver. We will talk more about that. So Ladies and gentlemen let me look at my list here and Gosh you know and don't forget to tell you. Please avoid ibuprofen. You think you have the flu or this. Cove virus. It is really badly. There are so many articles from especially France. Who has really dealt with this as showing that this guy be proven Can can make the covert virus deadly. Okay so I told you about that a month ago to I told you. Because that and the ace inhibitors bloodpressure tells if you take a lot of them and get the vitamin and get the virus. You could risk the death remember. I told you about low tension capoten phase attack Mono Perl. Okay they are ace two inhibitors and these. These articles were in the Lances Journal. The British medical journal Nature The Daily Mail. But you're not seeing a lot about it or you see people being Not Nonchalant about it but I tell you what and says and this virus or deadly. Okay so let me get that off the table before we move forward okay. So let's just talk a little bit about the history of goydos silver because I know I got a lot. Of flack on the show. I did with the feel safer about silver but you know what ladies and Gentlemen Two thousand three hundred years ago. Twenty Three Hundred Years Ago Alexander. The great surveying his battlefield. And guess what he was drinking water from Silver Urns. Why because he knew nothing about bacteria but he knew that silver containers had a seemingly miraculous way of keeping water fresh. That's been used for thousands of years where it's health benefits well. The people in the Middle Ages gave their children silver spoons to suck upon. Why because they knew it would prevent illnesses. It's legendary remember silver. Dagger was all night needed to vanquish evil and a lot of the history is falsified at one time. Silver was used by most healthcare practitioners as an antibiotic at an antiviral. Nothing worked better those days but the FDA started crusade against Silver Thirties nineteen thirties. Because it could not be patented and now. The pharmaceutical companies started making antibiotics in the vaccine industry partners. They WANNA be able to sell their stuff. You know. The Food and Drug Administration used to be called the bureau of Chemistry and it's real mission started out to protect the chemical industry

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Coronavirus Explained: How COVID-19 Works

The Naked Scientists

09:14 min | 2 years ago

Coronavirus Explained: How COVID-19 Works

"I up a quick update about what's on everyone's minds the corona virus pandemic just this afternoon the UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson gave a press conference with the deputy chief medical officer and the Secretary of State for housing communities and local government. That's Robert Generic. Here's some of what he had to say. Well thank you. Prime Minister good afternoon as a nation. We're confronted with the need to make big changes and enormous sacrifices to our daily lives and this is especially true today on Mother's Day when many of us would want nothing more than to be at home with our loved ones in person and so today we have to go further and shield the most clinically vulnerable people to help save their lives following the chief medical officers guidance the NFL has identified up to one and a half million people. In England who face the highest risk of being hospitalized by the virus? The Jess will be contacting these people in the coming days urging them to stay at home for a period of at least twelve weeks robot. Jim Rick the Secretary of State for housing communities and local government talking the Prime Minister's press conference softening from Downing Street will also with us here on the naked scientists. Is Dr Lori Ercole? He is a consultant in intensive care. Adam Brooks Hospital and are one of the things that was alluded to. They're the people who are most at risk in the population. Y All these people most at risk. What's different about them? I think it's very important to realize that. The Corona virus in most people causes quarter mile disease. Now it's still important because these people are infectious hence the plans for social distancing but most people expected to get better from this this disease without any ill-effects however some people do go on to develop a viral pneumonia. That's inflammation of the lungs and when it's really severe that can prevent the the patients from getting oxygen from the outside world into their bloodstream. And in really serious cases that might mean that they need to go to the intensive care unit to be Mechanically ventilated on life support machine. Unfortunately a lot of these people end up not surviving at the end of this process. Now as it turns out from the data that we're getting from China and from Italy. The virus seems to be affecting particularly the older patients and patients with little bits of the patients that disproportionately are having the severe disease and in the apple intensive care and not surviving. What is it? You've been modeling so one of the things that it's important to remember lies about intensive care is that it's not easy just to create intensive care beds are intensive care units that are specialised areas and in the UK. They run it. Typically eighty percent often ninety one hundred percent bed occupancy so there isn't a lot of room to admit new patients more patients such as patients with corona virus. So if we're going to deal with this pandemic we're going to have to think about creating new intensive care beds and unfortunately that's not something that's easy to do. It can be done but it takes time. So for example he won't take ventilators from operating theatres. You need to move the need to train the staff you need to make sure all the consumables available. It's not an instant thing at all. So really what need is an early warning of exactly when it is that the pandemic is like take hold intensive care and that's what we tried to do with some of the early data. What exactly are you doing that? Data and what does it reveal? So we've taken cases as they appear actually in real time every day and try to model what that means for the number of patients going into intensive care and thinking about how long they will stay there. We can get an idea of how many patients at any one time alight being intensive care. Because it's not as simple as just saying. Oh we're going to expect this number of patients on Tuesday therefore will have that number of beds ready because they don't just leave on Tuesday. They come in and they stay awhile now exactly and some of them say distribution of time so often about seven days but maybe up to fourteen days maybe less. It depends on the patient. Does that mean then that those I don't WanNa call them lucky people but will get potentially a bed but then anyone who comes afterwards may not get one. Because you've got these people don't WanNA use the phrase bed blocking either but you've got people who are occupying those high-intensity beds and then okay anywhere no exactly and that's the one situation. We don't want to end up where we run out of insulators. So it's actually crucially important that we have enough capacity to deal with the the surging cases when derives and how much capacity do we have. And what do we anticipate in? The reality is going to be in terms of numbers of cases the moment in the UK. We have something like four thousand intensive care beds. We're on the lower end of what's available in countries in Europe. Now if I say that most of these but h center these are occupied at any one time at least then maybe we can create another twenty percent capacity but once we hitting about twenty percent of the number of beds of patients with Corona virus. We're going to be in trouble with the number bed so we normally have. Yes because if eighty percent of four thousand that means you've got twenty percent capacity leftover that means you've got you know hundreds as in about eight hundred beds in the entire country then and we're anticipating how many cases. Well it's difficult to know but we certainly going to have to multiply that total number intensive care beds that we have available at by several times. Therefore it doesn't seem that unlikely the We're going to exceed easily the capacity that we can deliver knob -solutely and in fact our model suggests that we're probably reached that pinch point to percent within a week or two to really really early on after that things are likely to grow exponentially for period of time so actually things are going to get really bad quite quickly if the assumptions point model around. And let's assume you are right. What preparations have you got in place? To try to mitigate some of that impact so I think the good news is the an awful lot of Istar for being working really really hard for some time now to try and come up with ways and strategies of creating more capacity but I think the really crucial thing is that we keep the efforts open because actually if our models correct the peak might really be very close to hand. Do you assume then that some people who are working in. It you continue to a canal. It you have you taken into account the fact that doctors light you are probably amongst the most exposed clinicians here may will therefore be lost to the service absolutely in fact. That was the experience in Italy. That's been particularly hard. Hit One of the things we're trying to do is find more off because of course one of the problems is it's not as creating a bed with a ventilator you need sought actually look after the point of course you do have to factor in the some ill with surly a huge amount as workers being done on that and the beds are becoming available. But it's agent now oracle consultant in Intensive Care Medicine at Bruce Hospital Cambridge. Thank you very much now. People have had a lot of questions obviously about the corona virus and there's certain themes that keep coming up and Chris as a religious answered a fair few questions yourself. I thought it would be a good time to ask you now. First off is actually true that you're at high risk. You Take Ibuprofen. This story emerged. We think because someone from the French Ministry of Health made a statement. Saying you shouldn't take Ibuprofen if you've got this disorder and the problem is once you've made a statement medically is very very hard to roll back from that and now people are are being very cautionary about it but there is no evidence at all the people who use ibuprofen in the context of this and all the viruses are at any greater risk specifically with this one and therefore if you already own. Ibuprofen. I certainly wouldn't change what you're taking if you're about to start taking some anti inflammatory drugs for instance you have a high temperature and you won't slow them. Paracetemol is an excellent drug. That is actually bitcoin till stomach can has fewer side effects of ruled than beaupre fence. So that would be a good start a drug. But I certainly wouldn't. If you only had Ibuprofen you were feeling pretty rotten issue using Ibuprofen just because you've heard these headlines if you have no other contraindications to using it you don't have been told by anyone not to use it in the past. You're probably going to be fine okay. No evidence for risk of ibuprofen. What about if you're pregnant? Are you high risk? Is your baby at higher risk. Okay the good news here and it's nice to have some good news around. The Corona virus outbreak is that there is again no evidence that women who are pregnant are at higher risk during their pregnancy compared with someone of the same age and other risk profile from them. Who's not pregnant? The only exception to this is that we know that when someone's pregnant in the first part of their pregnancy. So that's the first trimester the first about Twelve weeks there is any kind of infection or any kind of problem that you might get to health that causes this associated with a high temperature. There is a slightly higher risk of a bad outcome till pregnancy. It's a small risk of the same but therefore if you can avoid catching this because being pregnant is respect for that happening that would be a good idea but the when the chief medical officer said that. We're going to regard pregnant. Women is in a high risk category alarm and lots of people. But that's just because we're being very cautious. It's not because there's evidence that there's any risk of harm and the other good piece of news is that there's no chance that this virus can jump across the placenta which is the connection between the mums bloodstream. And the baby's bloodstream doesn't cross that barrier therefore it doesn't the baby when it's inside the mum and there's no risk of doing developmental damage to the baby

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Coronavirus: Unmasking the Facts

Science Vs

07:28 min | 2 years ago

Coronavirus: Unmasking the Facts

"It's been a week of social distancing for me. I finished a puzzle I cooked for the first time in a million years. Well I put more than three ingredients into a ball for overnight arts. I was pretty proud of myself. And like a lot of S. I was glued to news about this corona virus and I kept coming across questions around to specific things. Ibuprofen and mosques. So that's what we're diving into today. Some reports are saying that ibuprofen. The stuffing advil is making people with corona virus sicker and they should steer clear of the drug. So what's going on there but vast we want to talk about mosques we're hearing a lot about shortages healthcare workers that didn't have enough mosques and other. Ghia to keep them safe in Italy more than thirty five hundred healthcare workers have already gotten the virus in the US. We heard from those who worried they would be next. He's one of few of them told us they've told us that they're only going to give one mask every five days. What they're having a stew is really wear the same dirty mask over and over and over again and if we need a new mask we have to go in. Show the old one to our supervisor to prove why it needs to be thrown away. We get handed in ninety five mess. And we're supposed to keep them in bags and put our names on them and reuse them through today this moment we are already rationing or as a few days ago. Got to a point where almost completely out and we had to start using some of our masks and gowns horrifying. We're all completely horrified. We feel like we are soldiers being sent to war without the protective equipment that we need. A lot of people are scared to go to work all. This is starting to sound awful. So how important are these mosques? Healthcare workers and is it that bad to reuse them for this. We called up. Professor Ryan McIntyre an infectious disease expert at the University of New South Wales Australia. Hello Hello so let me. Just Reina has led several clinical trials looking at how Moscow's protect healthcare workers from respiratory viruses. And she's found that the best kind the one that healthcare workers need the end ninety. Five's you might have heard of these reina. Kohl's them respirate a mosques. They're the ones that look like. They kind of molded over your nose and mouth and how they feet. It's actually potted them magic. The way you can tell is a respirator. Fits tightly around? The face doesn't allow the leakage of air and health. Care workers should wear resprayed and Rhino. She has the data to show. How good these puppies? All in one of her studies. She took more than three thousand healthcare workers in Beijing and found that after a month those given in ninety five mosques had roughly half the infection rate of workers using those classical surgical mosques like the ones. You might see the dentist now. Not all studies have found this. But Reina's Ah some of the largest and best in this space what healthcare work is really need in this pandemic. Those ninety five respirator style mosques but as we heard from healthcare workers in some places on enough to go around. There's been a lot of talk of a healthcare workers having to reuse mosques sometimes for multiple days in a row. How risky is that? It probably carries some risk because Musket Contaminated. They get moist. And that's not good for you because bacteria can grow in a moist environment. But it's got no choice. That's like a really difficult dilemma. One solution to the shortage is to not only reuse mosques but to disinfect them so to find out what might work producing. Rose Rim learn. I'm cold up an expert in this very fields. My name is Rachel. Jones and my specialty area is actually around the exposures of healthcare workers to viral respiratory infections. That's that's handy it is Rachel. Who'S AT THE UNIVERSITY OF UTAH. Told us that she'd been hearing of all kinds of things that doctors and nurses we using disinfect. Their respirators there was alcohol. Sprays bleach which we know can kill the virus. But you have to be careful so you don't breathe in a face full of bleach other places have been experimenting. With you irradiation. It can be used to disinfect respirators. And so you can. You can disinfect them. Yes that's great surprise their challenges and they haven't all been I think proven to work as robustly as we'd like them to work and it's not clear that you know all the healthcare facilities have the processes in place studies in the lab using special machinery have found that viruses can be killed with UvA radiation. But Rachel says a lot of hospitals in the US out set up for this kind of thing at the moment and so another idea has been popping up making mosques out of cloth like sometimes t shirt material yes. Crofting is joining the war movement. Some hospitals even calling on. Diy Croft as to so mosques to shore up the supply but can cloth. Stop a virus. Well Rachel says put down you needles and thread a lot of materials. Just aunt made to stop viruses space like think of teasha material. We liked t shirts because they airy and they don't make a sweat too much in viruses can roll right through them all those properties that we like in our T. shirt. Make them problematic to use as a mask. Because small particles have been demonstrated in experimental studies to move readily through cloth that is used asks like abandoned or a t-shirt the only clinical trial that we have on cloth mosques which had around a thousand doctors nurses found that they didn't work and in that study actually increased risk of viral infections. We don't know exactly why it's so interesting that the CDC has recommendations at say okay in dire straits it's like their last resort like if it's really dire straits it's a crisis there's nothing else you can wear cloth mask as a healthcare worker. Executive Vice. I don't think that's a good advice. I was really surprised that that came out as a recommendation as where some of my colleagues were saying to each other. Well mostly kind of snacking. Our foreheads going. Oh no mostly. We were just surprised because there really is no scientific evidence that That using a class mass offers any benefit to suggest. A cloth mask is is not based on science. And so it's important to separate out what is the science based type of controls. And what is the shortage based type of

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Your biggest questions about coronavirus, answered

Coronavirus: Fact vs Fiction

04:39 min | 2 years ago

Your biggest questions about coronavirus, answered

"My name is Margot and I'm a college student George Washington. This is Bryce wild at a Toronto question for you. Dr Gupta is as cases of cove in nineteen have skyrocketed in the United States and around the world. I've getting a ton of questions from you about the virus. You've left me messages. You emailed so in this episode. I'm going to answer some of them. I'm Dr Sanjay Gupta. Cnn's chief medical correspondent this is Rhona virus fact versus fiction question one if a person gets the corona virus and it's a mild case and they recover does that person than have immunity from disease in the future. This is a really important question. There were early reports in Japan and China of people becoming reinfected but researchers looked into that and they think that wasn't actually what was happening. It's possible that those people never fully cleared the virus in some people. The virus can stay in the body even after they're no longer showing symptoms. I wanted to be sure this so during our CNN. Townhall I asked Dr Anthony. Fauci the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. And this is what he said. If this virus acts like any other virus that we've had any experience with once you get infected and recover from that infection. Your body will mount the response that will protect you from re exposure and re challenge with that exact virus a few get infected with the novel Corona Virus. And you recover. You can be pretty certain that you're protected against reinfection. Now there's no definitive study on this but dr FAO. She has been dealing with viruses his entire professional life. I believe him when he says it's very unlikely that you'll get the virus again. My Name Is Jasmine. And my question for you is can young people get really sick from the virus. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention came out with a report last week that showed young adults between the ages of twenty and forty four. Were making up twenty percent of corona virus hospitalizations and almost half the patients who are admitted to the ICU. Were adults under the age of sixty four now. It didn't say whether those patients had any underlying risks so it's not clear if these young adults were more vulnerable to the infections than others. The risk of dying is still much higher in older people but this new study is important because it shows that adults of all ages are at risk of getting really sick. How long are you contagious? If you've recovered from the virus this one is a case by case basis the CDC guidelines. Say That if you're not showing symptoms like a cough or fever and if you've tested negative on at least two consecutive tests taken a day apart then you're not at risk of infecting others now if you've been in self-isolation at home you should consult your doctor before you make any decisions to come out of isolation and start interacting with anyone else husband and I have a son sixteen month old and we were going to start trying for a second one in April and we are wondering if there's a good reason for us to delay trying to get pregnant. This is a tough question. That ultimately has to be your decision. Let me tell you what I know at this point. It's not clear that pregnant women have a higher risk of getting sicker from the corona virus. We also don't know if it would cause problems during the pregnancy affect the baby but we do know that pregnant women are more vulnerable to other respiratory illnesses like the flu. There was a recent small study of nine. Women were infected with the virus and none of their babies were affected by it should ibuprofen and anti-inflammatories in general be avoided if you have corona virus. I've heard this question a lot. And there's some merit to this concern. Anti-inflammatories can sometimes suppress your immune system the FDA says they're not aware of any evidence saying that Ibuprofen makes Corona virus symptoms worse. But it can reduce your ability to fight off an infection for healthy people.

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Coronavirus and Ibuprofen: What to Know

KIRO Nights

01:28 min | 2 years ago

Coronavirus and Ibuprofen: What to Know

"He was the health minister France had had said something about that the tech taking ibuprofen could exacerbate or worsen covert nineteen symptoms that that it's not something you should do if you feel like you may have caught the virus right and the World Health Organization according to this article we read was was on board with that they said yeah you probably shouldn't do that but we just wanted to let folks know because a few people texted in about it you know people people were interested in that topic and as we say with with all of this news with all of these stories they are they are subject to change every day we learned new information and okay according to an article in The Seattle Times here it's it's it's an AP article out of London the the World Health Organization says there is no evidence to support that suggestion that IB Provan might worsen the symptoms of a heart or might make you more susceptible correct so that's actually kind of comforting yeah given that a lot of people use it for information so that is apparently they were worried early on that it had a certain fact on repressing your immune system slightly because that's the way it was reducing certain areas of information but that appears to be they have found no link between the two there was a it was a doctor who had suggested that there was but it's not actually been vetted or

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Coronavirus Spurs U.S. Efforts to End China’s Chokehold on Drugs

Mark Levin

02:00 min | 2 years ago

Coronavirus Spurs U.S. Efforts to End China’s Chokehold on Drugs

"Chinese state media have raised the specter of using Beijing's pharmaceutical leverage to block critical components and supplies for dependent US drug companies and sent America into a quote the hell of a novel coronavirus epidemic unquote well in the in several European nations play critical roles in the global medical supply chain China is among the top providers of active pharmaceutical ingredients they calm API's the basic components for antibiotics and other prescription drugs consumed by Americans with the coronavirus crisis threatening to strain the US government's largest stockpile of such drugs health experts warn China's own outbreak and related societal shut down could mean major shortages I had his Chinese factories struggle to keep up production of the API the trump administration lawmakers from both parties are now calling for a dramatic revamping a domestic US drug manufacturing operations I have been outsourced to China and a handful of other nations over the past twenty years the formal letter an online news site covering the pharmaceutical and biotech industries all right some stock numbers on US dependence on Chinese producers China cord accounted for ninety five percent of US imports of ibuprofen ninety one percent of US imports of hydro chorus that's a big deal seventy percent of US imports of let's see ascertainment from forty percent to forty five percent of US imports the penicillin forty percent of US imports of hopper as heparin I can read the one I really I can according to commerce department data and all eighty percent of the U. S. supply of antibiotics are made in China ladies and gentlemen China as an enemy it is a communist regime it is doing everything it can to harm our country without straight out war

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Is Ibuprofen Really Risky for Coronavirus Patients?

All Things Considered

02:33 min | 2 years ago

Is Ibuprofen Really Risky for Coronavirus Patients?

"Is it risky to take ibuprofen if you have symptoms of covert nineteen the French health ministry says yes over the weekend it warned doctors not to give ibuprofen and other nonsteroidal anti inflammatory drugs to patients with the disease but experts on the frontlines of this pandemic say there is no reason for alarm NPR's Maria Godoy reports the concern over IB Provan started with a brief letter published in the medical journal the lancet last week the authors hypothesize that medication such as ibuprofen and other and states could raise a person's risk of developing a severe case of code nineteen the theory was that these drugs increase levels of an enzyme that would make it easier for the virus to infect cells but leading global health officials say there's no evidence is actually the case you know sometimes discussions off the cuff turning to letters turning to social media turned into a lot of discussion and you have no idea what kinds of what I tax Dr Anthony Fauci head of the National Institute of allergy and infectious disease bottom line is I have not seen any certain data indicate there's a problem well it's a true that there's not a problem the world health organisation agrees it issued a statement on Twitter saying it's been in touch with doctors treating coronavirus patients and hasn't heard of any negative side effects from ibuprofen beyond those already known for instance patients with kidney problems shouldn't take ibuprofen because it can cause kidney damage when used long term in high doses Dr Angela Rogers pulmonary and critical care physician at Stanford University says that's one reason why hospitals routinely avoid ibuprofen for patients sick enough to be hospitalized with any sort of infection when patients are very ill with fevers and hospitalized they're at risk for kidney injury and so Tyler all really is the go to one that we use Tylenol doesn't work the same way as and states and it's thought to affect the part of the brain that regulates temperature the Tylenol is it risk free either it can damage the liver in high doses so if you have mild symptoms of covered nineteen and want to treat them at home if people are you know having a liver disease either and and could make them feel a little bit more security start tiling offers that might be a reasonable way to do it but if you take ibuprofen or other in states for other medical reasons Roger says talk to your doctor if you're worried but for now there's no reason to stop taking them Maria could away

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There’s No Evidence That Ibuprofen Makes Coronavirus Symptoms Worse

UN News

00:47 sec | 2 years ago

There’s No Evidence That Ibuprofen Makes Coronavirus Symptoms Worse

"The World Health Organization has said that for the moment. There's no reason why people infected with the one thousand nine virus should not take ibuprofen widely available drug used to treat fever and soreness in a statement the U. N. Health agency said that it was aware of concerns on the use of such anti inflammatory drugs but after what it called a rapid review of scientific literature. Who said it was not aware of published clinical or population based data on the topic. The agency said that it had consulted with physicians treating Caveat Nineteen patients and was not aware of reports of any negative effects of ibuprofen beyond the usual known side effects that limit its use in certain populations on its website the WHO advises against people self medicating and notes in particular that antibiotics will not work against the viral infection as the only target bacterial illnesses

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Your Coronavirus Questions Answered!

Healthcare Triage Podcast

11:07 min | 2 years ago

Your Coronavirus Questions Answered!

"We're going to dedicate at least this show if not a few shows to answering your questions. About Ron vires. Tiffany is going to be asking a question. She's sitting right over there. But not near me. Because we are actually acknowledging social distancing at this point so she's got to be what twelve feet fifteen feet away from me? I think south. That's the safest so she's answering your question asking your questions. I should say I'm answering your questions here. We go okay. So let's start with one of the most asked questions. What is the deal with insights? Should we avoid things? Like Ibuprofen for now just to be safe. So a lot of the concern about ends proof has to do with some studies that looked only viruses in the respiratory tract in general no non specifically with covert and some of those studies did show perhaps some associations that there might be some you know getting a little bit worse or having some side effects if you had a respiratory virus and took Ibuprofen. The best. I've seen was randomized controlled trial to give people basically Cnn medicine or I've appropriate or something like an aide or nothing or some combination and it found incredibly minimal differences. Tiny really tiny and so. I don't even know how much this is. This is old news. I mean this study is like a couple years old. It's not new. It is not cova specific and so everyone's concerned about this just seems a little more than we need right now. Okay so what's being said on twitter is the ICU. Physicians are saying that they've noticed a trend that people are worse off when they have been on. End said so again. I don't know that these are actually informal studies and that we actually know you're going to hear anecdotal reports but of course it's the anecdotal reports. That are GONNA make the most noise. I have not yet seen any conclusive data to push in that direction. So the rest of the questions. I've just tried to group. So this first group is going to be questions about social distancing and quarantine so this first one. Can you do things outside in suburban areas like? Walk your dog basketball with your family as long as you stay away from other people and then what about playing on an outdoor golf course. If there aren't a lot of people in your away from others going outside great. There's no reason to stay in the house. This is not like floating around the air but you WANNA follow the same rules with other people that you would follow him. The House like walking with the neighborhood friend who Stang more than six feet away is fine. Like don't get in the zone where they could call on you. Then you should be fine Playing basketball with the same people like your family that you are otherwise in the house with otherwise likely fine now playing basketball with people that are not part of your social isolation group is not okay really because then that's just like hanging out with them. That's what we're trying to avoid so being outside if you're following social dissing rules are is great being outside and close with people who otherwise close to his great but don't be outside with people you otherwise wouldn't be close to because that's just as dangerous being inside with them so. I think that also answers. The question. People wanted to know if kids could play together outside so if they are your kids from the same house yes with neighbors probably easy to say nobody should ever see anybody That's very difficult to hold down. So there's a couple of ways you could theoretically go about doing this. One is If you have a couple of families and you guys commit that like these are the families that are only seeing each other. You've socially isolated yourself and just a slightly larger group and they truly commit to that. That's pretty much okay. Secondly if you can agree to the same rules that I just said it's fine so we've told our our youngest daughter. She can have like one friend that she's designated over but they have to play by the same rules more than six feet away washing of hands. No sharing anything you know. They can play together like a video game or something but no making videos and foreign around. You gotTA respect those distances if kids can do that on play dates and they're old enough great if you're talking about small kids then again if you set up with like one or two families and say like Dr. Kids are just going to socialize with each other and nobody else and the families are not doing everything else. And You keep the group contained. Then that's probably so it's like that also addresses this question on. Should you refrain from having people over to your house? Same roles I'd say would apply if you like can identify one. We have sort of two families that we would consider. Perhaps let's say would you? Let's say two families that are best friends so it's just three families that if we say we're only doing our three families and nobody else probably okay the same way. I also said like I have a neighbor across the street as a friend of mine. I imagine You know he came over and wanted to sit and chat inside over there and I sat over here and we follow the same rules and good handwashing this really minimal risk there so you have to be smart about it but you want to keep to a minimum. I mean you really do. The part of this is Trying to keep social distance and of course if we go to serious quarantine in lockdown you should probably stop even that but we're not there quite yet okay and still keep all of this to groups. Wet less than ten. There's oh well I mean the president is CDC said. No group should be getting together larger than ten. I think that that's still too large. I mean it's just I would say like you know if you're getting together in a group of ten people unless you're committing to sit six feet apart a pretty large room and so I don't know how we're actually pulling that off now with our family. Read around the kitchen table. But that's because we're agreeing that's our social circle and if you live in a family of ten fine keep the ten people in House. Nobody's saying household but you probably shouldn't be inviting a random ten people over to your house at any time. That's not serving the purposes. It's very unlikely you're following the rules and keeping at least six feet apart from anybody else. How do you practice appropriate social distancing in places like grocery stores and pharmacies that you sometimes really need to go to so clearly of course you know all the usual rules apply in Washington Washington washing? Don't touch your face. Coffey elbow. Don't go if you're sick. Stay away from sick people. It's also better to go on off hours when fewer people are going to be there. It's better to avoid it when there's huge lines as much as possible. Keep your distance from other people. You know it's no we could spend in light stand in line like six feet apart. You know making sure. We're not sneezing or coughing on each other. I'm certainly the second Jordan. Wash your hands you know again and again and again when you unload the groceries wash your hands you know just constantly constantly constantly get used to making you short. You are clean and you've taken whatever might have gone off certainly before you touch your face certainly before you eat. Is it okay to volunteer places? Like food banks if you have no symptoms and use a mask. This is where I would talk to the Food Bank and find out there policy but again they're going to want to restrict it to his people as possible the whole goals. We don't want lots and lots of people coming into contact with each other so if they said we have a core of volunteers and these people are agreeing to go up and back to the Food Bank and not do anything. That would be ideal. Should we cancel all on critical doctor? Appointments in March may be an April on. This person. Said it feels like I should but I don't want to leave issues unresolved for potentially. I'm laughing at this question. Because I get asked this question about should I cancel ex by friends family and acquaintances all the time? And every single time my responses it's going to be cancelled anyway I think it's very unlikely that a lot of these optional appointments over the next few weeks certainly are going to stay in place. Be It a dental visit. A non emergent doctor visit A nail visit a haircut. Were heading towards probably much more strict isolation which case they get canceled. The trip matters yet. We probably should cancel them Because because they're just exposing us in ways that we probably don't need to next question should soon healthcare workers coming back from spring break allowed to continue work clinical rotations. Many are even after having traveled. I mean our medical school. Just shut down all third year rotations for medical school. And we're waiting to hear what they're doing on fourth year rotations. I think that's GonNa stop no matter. What because again. I think we're headed towards you. Know really only essential personnel should be exposed. And so I think this is one of those theoretical questions that people are asking. Now I think in a week will be moot. How can families of healthcare workers support their family working in healthcare? Well still helping contain the virus? So how do they keep their kids neighbors etc? Save when someone in the home is a doctor nurse. Paramedic getting lots of exposure enroll like. I've seen extremes on twitter. Were were doctors who know they're being exposed or like moving into the garage to protect your family which is just. I can't believe this is where we are But you know we. I think we're living in a world where I mean. Look as much as you can in a house practice good hygiene. Wash your hands. Stay away from people. Don't share stuff. My kids are all in high school. You know my oldest is in his room most of the time and so it's like it's not as hard pressed social isolation if you have if you have small children. It's much more difficult almost impossible. Let's own almost impossible But but doctors who were seriously being exposed need to take much care as possible to keep their family safe but it's going to be very hard. Should we bring parents home from CARE? Facilities Assuming no one in the homesick and then related to that. Should I get my elderly parents to my house from another state before things get worse if you're committing to true isolation liqu you're not GonNa Leave Your House and you can drive and get your parents so that you know they're not going to an airport. I guess it's theoretically possible that you could safely get them to you and then all commit to not leaving the house but you almost have to have the same rules that were advising the elderly at that point like it would be dangerous for you to go to the supermarket and then come home be near your elderly. Pats. You'd almost have to shutdown. That's been hard to do If they're in a nursing home or long term care facility I'd talk to the Nursing Home I don't know what safer to be honest whether to bring them home or not. Sometimes it's impossible. You just can't provide the care that they need which is why they were in a facility to begin with and of course once they're exposed. I'm not sure how much good it does to bring them out. So these are the kinds of incredibly hard. No good answer questions. That people are going to ask that are worth discussing. But I would do that. You your doctor or your parents doctor and the healthcare facility where they are. Is it safer to have your food delivered or to order food for pickup great question so I I suppose it depends on? How the pickup goes. Here's the thing there's there's not as there's really not much of an for transferring food as long as people are taking usual precautions and of course if you get delivery. They put the package down. Walk away you could open the door. Never be exposed to human being taken back to Washington to get to go no exposure. That's possible with pickup. But it's also possible you walk into pick up in their six other people wind to pick up the exact same moment and those are the kinds of exposures. Were trying to avoid okay and I feel like might be important to mention here that we should tip the people low. What I forget. You're only asked me a safety issue generous to everyone as humanly possible right now. We have canceled the people that help us clean the house. We're still paying them. And I say that. Not to Brag not too but it's like as much as you can help all the people that you can Because they are utterly dependent on a lot of the income. That is coming into completely. Cut IT OFF. Believe the most vulnerable vulnerable of us at

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"ibuprofen" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

05:16 min | 2 years ago

"ibuprofen" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Are supplied by China ninety five percent of ibuprofen ninety one percent of hydrocortisone seventy per percent done as in a minute fan and forty to forty five percent of penicillin comes from China so what's the impact in terms of trying to get all of this that we definitely are going to need right now is China slowing it down for us at the moment there's not much evidence that the Chinese are slowing it down but this morning the Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson was accusing the United States a possibly starting and spreading corona virus to China when the Chinese officials are making these sorts of claims and they are not such a major producer of American drugs there is an implicit threat there that China could choose to slow down its exports of drugs to the United States but there was there was an explicit threat the other day in one of the mouth pieces of the communist regime sehen essentially you guys math will mess with us we're gonna cut off your supply of drugs they said that if that is not enough to wake up the American people to the national security risk this is this is a malign regime in the worst sort of ways they're evil you don't like fancy words are evil they're aggressive they hate us and they want to conquer us and and we we are on our knees begging like junkies two are evil drug dealer for the drugs that keep us from having a heart attack to keep your blood pressure down or keep anxiety depression from killing us in the rest of it you B. Myrick shins right do you have a right as an American please I think this is important to play again but listen to the percentages of these very common drugs that we get from China U. S. pharmaceuticals that are supplied by China ninety five percent of ibuprofen ninety one percent of hydrocortisone seventy per percent done as in a minute fan and forty to forty five percent of penicillin now usually be achy and itchy thanks to China ninety percent of our IB Provan soul the drug thing might be a national security events that Republicans Democrats come together and we just decided we have to make that stuff here but in our union general for cheap Chinese crap that Americans should pay more and expect better just intent in terms of get a DVD player that isn't just crap cost more than thirty nine dollars and last a couple years yeah it may be now one I just think that's a good idea from a purchasing standpoint it's actually cheaper in the long run they have washing machines whatever that last longer I wonder if we can get people in the habit of that if you include look in slave labor look they're trying to jerk us around look they're giving us diseases right this is why we should buy we make stuff in America or someplace more expensive than China and it's better right and all kinds of ways I made this point earlier in a little different way but if for instance the state of California cornea which for bids official travel to what is it eleven twelve fourteen American states because their their bathrooms aren't walking off they did they they don't have the right transgender bathroom policies meanwhile the state of California has millions of dollars invested in a regime that has concentration camps I'm not sure what their trans gender bathroom situation is Gavin Newsom but they have concentration camps you phony virtue signaling dumb **** it's insane that we are that what we have eight uneconomic leash around our neck with China holding it it's just too nasty regime the great experiment of bringing China into the modern world by liberalizing them economically and more and more trade more more relationships it did not work and it's just it's a terrible idea so you're speaking of the long run we need to recapture the idea of thinking in the long run just as a culture I think in a lot of different ways including having that Chinese lease around our necks man I hate that idea and in when they yank on it it is hurt bad and they will it's not like they might conceivably if with these fourteen factors fall into place no it is absolutely inevitable enter Ian Bremmer speaking Ian Bremmer Aideed rewrote a piece I have around here somewhere about the likelihood of a Cold War with China starting pretty quickly man we need to start planning for that hate apple how much you have those those serve fabulous iPhones assembled in Mexico or El Salvador start researching that right now well part of what the commie viruses done is take sports away from all of us all I know and end on Sunday instead of watching the conference championships of March madness which I love the only thing to watch is going to be too old man yelling at each other in an empty room that's the democratic debate between Biden and Bernie with no crowd that is happening Sunday night on a day with no sports and we're gonna talk to one he chan about politics in that and other.

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The need to focus on de-prescribing

Second Opinion

03:29 min | 2 years ago

The need to focus on de-prescribing

"Americans take more drugs than any other people on earth and many of these drugs are prescribed by doctors. Healthcare providers are great at prescribing drugs. But we're not very good at deep. Prescribing them a case in point Americans seem to be plagued by stomach pains that are often the result of the stomach producing too much acid and that begins to chew away at the lining of the stomach. Doctors have a happy to prescribing a group of drugs called Proton pump inhibitors or PPI's drugs like Mapra zoll marketed. Under the trade name of Perla Soccer Essombe appraisal nexium or Lancer proposal. Prentice said they. Effectively block gastric acid. Secretion these very same drugs are also effective at treating ulcers that form when people take too many pain relievers things like Ibuprofen. Naproxen will these. Ppi drugs are very effective when they're used for a short period of time but longer term use months and months are associated with increased risk of Intestinal Infections Mal. Absorption of nutrients like Magnesium Iron B twelve and chloride Americans spend nearly ten billion dollars a year just on these types of drugs and it turns out that more than half of the people taking the drugs. Don't need them well. Drug companies are pros at getting doctors to start using drugs often by giving them free samples or free gifts or invitations to free dinners. They have no interest or even negative interest in helping us to stop inappropriate overuse. In fact the drug companies profit from overuse and that revenue helps them generate corporate profit. There is little argument that there is a need to improve the science of deep prescribing closely. Dangerous or unnecessary medications now. With regard to these Proton pump inhibitors is often hard to halt these drugs. Because a sudden stop causes more stomach acid produced which results in worsening symptoms and then the feeling that the person needs to return to using the drugs to control the symptoms but there are effective ways to taper off. The drug. Many classes of drugs are overused. Some are started for good reasons and they're good for short periods of time but they should be stopped after weeks or months as we age the drugs and the doses of medicines. We need change. It's ironic that older. People are prescribe more medicines but age increases side effects and drug drug interactions and doctors often forget to re evaluate long-term drugs to see if they're still needed proton pump. Inhibitors are the poster child for D. Prescribing. But so too are antidepressants. Muscle relaxants which incidentally have no effect on mussels diabetes drugs and much more after all. The goal of deep prescribing is to reduce medication. Use both for safety and for

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Tips To Prepare For The Coronavirus

Short Wave

04:00 min | 2 years ago

Tips To Prepare For The Coronavirus

"Are we got some really great questions from listeners? And I want to start with this one from Mattie Park in Ventura California okay. I'm just wondering how many people who get the corona virus actually die. How dangerous is it? Really? How much more likely is it to lead to death than the regular flu? You know. I'm afraid we might be whipping up some hysteria about this disease. Well I would say that. The good news is that so far. Most of the illnesses have been mild in China. Eighty percent of the cases have been classified as mild. This needs symptoms such as you know a dry cough may be a low grade fever something similar to a cold or perhaps the flu now. The death rate is estimated to be about two percent and this is really important to point out. It means that ninety eight percent of people who get this. Don't die from the virus right. Mattie asks how this compares to flu well the answer is that flu has a mortality rate of about point one percent or about one thousand. But here's something to keep in mind. Also that I think is really important. This two percent estimate is really provisional. It could be off. I mean early in an outbreak the sickest people are identified and there may be people with more mild cases have not been accounted for so that could throw off the calculation and it's possible that the death rate is even lower mean here in the. Us There are only a small number of cases but so far there have been no deaths and the people who do die in China tend to be older. The average age is in the seventies and the thought really is the people who are already in poor health due to medical conditions or habits such as smoking. The day are most vulnerable are their symptoms. That people should be on the lookout for and how are people who are sick actually treated sure well? Early symptoms include fever dry cough. Some people experience fatigue headaches less frequently. There's diarrhea the treatment is typically what healthcare professionals would call supportive care and that really just means giving medicines to keep a fever down making sure the person stays hydrated so plenty of fluids now shortness of breath can develop and that would be assigned. You need medical attention in a clinical setting. They can use a breathing machine to assist with breathing now. There was something that a bunch of people wrote in saying that they were confused about and that was something that Nancy Messina of the. Cdc said yesterday Yes we are asking the American public to work with us to prepare it in the expectation that this could be bad okay. One listener heard that in wrote to us. What does that mean exactly? It's completely unhelpful. Bottom line is what do we do in a practical sense? I completely get that. I think big picture here. There is no cause for panic right now but now is the time to prepare as we just heard the. Cdc says it's a longer question if if it's now when now we won't see outbreaks everywhere all at once in this country it could be cluster in a small town or maybe in the middle of an urban area. We don't know but think about this the way you think about preparing for snow storm or a Hurricane. It may not come. It may not happen but if it does you'd be smart to prepare. You may want to have some extra food in your cupboards have basic medications such as Aspirin Ibuprofen on hand. I spoke to Rebecca cats. She's director of the Center for Global Health Science and security at Georgetown University in this situation. If you have widespread virus in your community you may not want to go to a public drugstore. You may want to figure out ways you can distance yourself from other people. You also may want to think about what you do if your kids schools are closed. What is your daycare backup? Plan talk to your employers about working from home. Think through the details of that. It's really just about good

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"ibuprofen" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"ibuprofen" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"It is really well worth any price you're paying for it was a twenty twenty five Bucks in hard cover twenty nine Bucks in our cover hundred pages of footnotes and it is jaw dropping jaw dropping profiles in corruption certain kinds of pain that things like ibuprofen just don't touch and I mean even the hit you with a rolling pin kind of ibuprofen where you're looking at the doctor no no not eight hundred milligrams of ibuprofen I know can you handle that all I could be strung out for weeks on that one doc you when you have constant and frequent painted the inflammation in your body sometimes just can't be beaten with eight hundred milligrams of ibuprofen and so what do you do I was talking to a woman who was in my studios yesterday she heard about the relief factor on my program she started taking it she had been on narcotics on on opioids for twelve years because she just could not get off of them because of her pain they are on fans in all of all things and their husband said she was just lifeless she was just too you know zombie most the time she came into my studios yesterday to thank me and I like I and everything to do with it she's like no I believe that there could be something else and so I tried it she said I am off all other medication for the first time in twelve years hi.

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"ibuprofen" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"ibuprofen" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"It is really well worth any price you're paying for it was a twenty twenty five Bucks in hard cover twenty nine Bucks in hard cover a hundred pages of footnotes and it is it's jaw dropping jaw dropping profiles in corruption certain kinds of pain that things like ibuprofen just don't touch and I mean even the hit you with a rolling pin kind of ibuprofen where you're looking at the doctor no no not eight hundred milligrams of ibuprofen I know can you handle that all I could be strung out for weeks on that one doc you when you have constant and frequent pain of the inflammation in your body sometimes just can't be beaten with eight hundred milligrams of ibuprofen and so what do you do I was talking to a woman who is in my studios yesterday she heard about the relief factor on my program she started taking it she had been on narcotics on on opioids for twelve years because she just could not get off of for them because of her pain they're on Fenton all of all things and your husband said she was just lifeless she was just a you know a zombie most the time she came into my studios yesterday to thank me I like I and everything to do with it she's like no I believe that there could be something else and so I tried it she said I am off all other medication for the first time in twelve years hi.

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"ibuprofen" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

11:31 min | 2 years ago

"ibuprofen" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Everybody the impeachment trial starts today he I'll give you all the details on that in one minute this is the Quebec program inflammation it's a word that even sounds like it's not good lot of people the world suffer from frequent pain and inflammation is usually the thing causing it inside your body joints begin to swell and the next thing you know you have pain radiating outward from those sources into your body and I've heard people you know information as a dental may just take some ibuprofen shot up it doesn't work Hey yet you just had brain surgery take some ibuprofen I'm gonna give the strong stuff no can you handle ibuprofen eight hundred she thought it all up it's never worked for me never worked for me now I tried really factor and that's why my wife was like you may still get it back yeah let you chat I'm like honey it's not gonna work it's IAB Provan eight hundred it's not exact number they really work for anybody you work with while I did track okay so I finally just tried it and this my wife was in as wrong as he usually is I'm just saying that's that's thought I came in so much trouble she comes home today I am dad anyway seventy percent of the people who try it order more and my wife was exactly right even though she does sound spike that she sounds like this out even though she so like that she was right it's relief factor it's a drug free natural way to ease your pain and get your life back go to really factor dot com that's relief factor dot com Mr bid very little and how are you no so great just doing well to when your wife gets home after seeing the commercial and very excited to see you in no I don't think she is going to walk into the house and she's gonna go what the hell has happened here right and that's what this is my point yesterday's don't start because you you've been trying to do these extra things like I'm gonna take down the Christmas decorations addicted those will get down eventually don't worry about things like that were about the basics keep your kids a life try not to burn the house down well I really come back if you're gonna think whatever you did sucked anyway I rotor blade rotor this morning I said now you're coming home I just want you remember look at the bright side I we didn't burn down the house all of the kids are alive I remembered to feed the dog and the kids mostly so everything is everything is a bill I mean I mean we did all that now it's just close down the question is now is only how much does she you the for your incredible work yeah I know she's going to come home and she's a see the houses is be like what has happened here honey I try to to the there's a lot of loads of laundry I don't know if it's like this when you're around but and is it never seems like there's laundry to do and man alive it just suddenly just popped up I think the kids had it all dirty in there he couldn't wear this many that many clothes in two weeks and then I did the ad that I did the stupid thing I try to take down the Christmas decorations and then the house just exploded because that I use I honestly told her I said honey we have to sell or just dump all the Christmas decorations we have over buying all new stuff next year she's like we hand because you screwed up and again the snow but why shouldn't I didn't screw it up intentionally but that's what she's gonna say all of them all next fall as she starts to look for the Christmas decorations this is all I'm going to hear what were you thinking that's how you put it we put that away you put these things together and what what were you thinking this is a this is so pathetic by you because not only did you you have the obvious excuse a multiple excuses to not do anything you know artists the impeachment things going on so why did I bother that's about all you were couple weeks from Iowa yes all going on yeah you know my daughter you've had the surgery as you know brain surgery grains surgery surgery you know Jeff he he I mean she would believe this but you know Jeff he is at a hospital I really care about that or whatever there's so many things going on yeah you could have easily warm your way out of any work you can let the thing go total mass and then been able to justify it and instead you did all this work and if you're not you know what it is eight but let loose is reverse roles if I said to her I've got to go and you know I'm gone for two weeks and I'm going to be in the hospital with my you know dying relative you know just go fill in for me she would go what just go fill in for me and a here here's all you have to do you just have to do the show and then do a TV show and it'll be fine and the kids will help you they're teenagers they don't help at all they make things much worse so she could she couldn't do it and so this is my argument with her you just said Hey does do these things and it'll be fine no it isn't fine no there's there's more to your job then you think so this is you're you're thinking this is a compliment in some way like you saying that she wouldn't be able to come and just talk on the radio look at some difficult task and it compares to what she does every day that's gonna make you look good this is your theory it's not want to lose no I got it no they exactly is the ads see this one is really horrible because this one you know we pretty but I mean I can't say I gave it my all but we tried right you know what I mean and you just no matter what guys know you lose your the Nancy Pelosi in a situation what you've gone through the entire view to all the work of doing the stupid impeachment thing in acting like you care about the constitution for a few weeks and then at the end of the day you're going to have nothing to show for it it's going to be a giant yeah faster with no measurable results if I'm not here send help I'm not here tomorrow send help to to yourself this is this is something so avoidable when you have a nice the whole time is been do nothing nothing do nothing maximize the the the view this is lost this is the worst like let's say you know you're going into game they're gonna lose by a hundred points why try don't even show up go to McDonalds on the street enjoy yourself I'm just gonna forfeit your lose anyway you should have forfeited this one you had no chance of winning and now you're going to go through all of this hassle and end up with a giant zilch on the other side now you're to get as much credit for that for for cleaning your house is I just don't want I don't want credit I just want her to come home and to be like hi I am home and coming into this house the way I've left it not good not good I hope you're listening sweetheart not good hello whatever you think it might be lower your expectations I get a dog was fed every day twice a day twice a day that look count your blessings that some miracle that's a miracle and he never went to the bathroom and took him for walks everything never miracle the children made it to school fully clothed in their uniform clean miracle now did they do their homework no idea did they eat pop tarts for dinner occasionally may be I don't know who's counting okay miracle lower your expectations really low very low member of the house that you loved that's not really the house you're going to walk into so again this is just like Nancy Pelosi yeah absolutely no way I was Nancy Pelosi I'll be I would be saying it's it's perfect it's it yeah the best your house it's better now you would be life is what you're saying yeah you were dead people see better lighting which is something you can apply to every situation that involves naturalistic by the way there is a a new book out called profiles in corruption by Peter Sweitzer now here's here's what's amazing we this is a three hundred page book and the last one hundred and four pages is all it's fine print footnotes my my how this thing is so well documented let me give you one of the stories hi any sense of overlapping enough Frank Biden's dealings and Obama Biden Frank Biden yeah it's a brother yeah in their foreign policy in Central America it has just been exposed in this book Frank Biden first set his sights on on Central America back in two thousand nine as the Obama administration began to repair the U. S. relationship with Costa Rica I know we've been laying awake at night go under house our relationship with Costa Rica when president Obama entered the White House he set out to mend fences in the region in hopes of inaugurating a new era of global cooperation leading that charge on that front was Joe Biden who has long standing ties to the region from his tenure leading the Senate foreign relations committee Costa Rica I mean you're leading the for in Senate relations committee and Costa Rica is even on your radar shortly after the new administration took office Frank Biden began scouting real estate opportunities in Costa Rica a lawyer by training Frank was undeterred by his complete lack of background in international development this is such a common thread in the bite and stories in it it's people doing things overseas with a no experience there are no Americans prospect for success yes they all work out so well right because they're Americans they have that can do biting spirit his lunch box Joe's middle class young middle class jobs class Frank it's a middle class for a lunch box for it Sir is when you open up your lunch box you're like I got a break in the it's a fantastic and he gets the job done well actually no he doesn't get the job done buddies in their swing in shortly after the new administration took office Frank Biden begins with a scouting real estate opportunities in Costa Rica Schweitzer notes despite the professional and.

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Uganda's Solution For Treating Extreme Pain

Short Wave

02:13 min | 2 years ago

Uganda's Solution For Treating Extreme Pain

"In the US. Drugmakers have flooded the country with these powerful. We're foles sophisticated opioids that are at the center of the OPIOID epidemic. That's the US opioid crisis. Right but in Uganda and in fact in a lot of African countries for years they've been dealing with their own opioid crisis. which is the opposite issue patients? There don't have enough access to major painkillers. Why is is a combination of governments not spending on it not making it a priority which when it comes to an internationally controlled narcotic substance? There's a lot of red tape. So there's not many options beyond simple painkillers. Like ibuprofen seat him in offend a lot of tylenol. That's not usually enough for people in extreme pain like from cancer. It's GonNa feel so so horrible you just sometimes it's kind of been just end up paying undue like please get me through these. Please get me through this. Justin Anga has breast cancer. Hurt then metastasized. I met her at Hospice Center in Kampala. A tumor had reached her spinal cord just thirty years old but she's lost so much weight. She looks like she could be twelve. That's that's rough. Yeah really awful pain. But then a nurse gave Justina dose of Uganda's Goto solution drinkable liquid. Morphine she says the pain was gone in a matter of hours. A wind and the tone may good city game and I just drifted We do morning from Lake. Wow extra slipped to morning okay. So liquid morphine. That's I mean that's an opioid that can be addictive right. Yes but in Uganda. Health officials say they've figured out a system for how to use it effectively cheaply and safely safely to treat pain. So today on shortwave. Managing Pain in Uganda. We hear about this simple solution that they've come up with drinkable liquid morphine. It's been life changing for patients in terrible pain and not just in Uganda. It's a model that a lot of countries throughout Africa are looking to as a way to bring pain relief.

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Augustinus Bader Cream and Acne

Forever35

05:25 min | 2 years ago

Augustinus Bader Cream and Acne

"I WanNa talk about your skin. Do you know how many listeners have dammed or emailed to make the very possible correlation between the Chin Zits that I've been complaining about for a month and the Agostino US batter rich cream that I've been putting on my face for the past month but didn't when you say they started before you got the the it's began before I got the cream right but new ones have emerged. You'll see this big one right here. There's there's another one next to it. I shall say I am starting my period okay so I do think that probably has something to do with it and I also pick them so they don't. Yell L. 'cause they're just so deliciously addictive yeah again it so. I don't know if there is a connection between the cream and the sits on my I chin listen. If you suggested to me you are not alone. There are many of you who have reached out and I appreciate it one person. I hate to say it but is is it. The boozy creamed the love our listeners I mean so you know lies detected there. Oh ooh it is apprecia- cranny Bucci cream and you have been putting it on your put on my face for a month and I have stopped this week. I lasted lasted a month. Okay and is the jar supposed to only last you a month. I believe so morning noon morning and night application. Do you have any left well. I can't tell because it's not a see-through can figure out how much I have left. I just have to keep pumping it out. I'm happy to hand it over to you. If you WANNA give it in a world I didn't dislike it. Yeah it. It fell. I got the rich if you're if you're in the market for Agostino Stina spader cream. I went with the rich Bader. I'll never get it right. I have such a thing with words. Why can't I ever learn them. Think Baba Okay Lab. Ah By my August Bader rich cream there we go I liked it. multiple people had said they went with the rich cream over the regular names so I did that. Maybe that was a mistake. It was very thick and heavy. I liked liked the application but had on you know. I wonder if this was not the best season to try the rich credo. I know it was summer. Maybe maybe I'll revisit it in January. Yeah you know we also live in a warm climate here around so this might not be might overkill it possibly but I do you love year round pouring oil onto my face right so and it's very dry here it is it is right dry so again it just did not. I didn't didn't I didn't have the experience of after a month like looking in the mirror and being like wow I am visibly plumper and my finer lines are reduced and really what it did was get me thinking and my thought is products are nice and they feel great and if you have something going on with your skin they could could quite help but I also think like more or less. It's all doing the same thing that's kind of where he landed. I it's fluffed me. More jaded in Terrell Valley Wild 'cause I love pudding now granted. Did I go to target yesterday yesterday and by the travel size grayson tonic line to try that out I did you did you did that. I'm still onboard but it was just kind of like they don't know there's no magic in a bottle That's just where I've landed. Now is thus the podcast and forever thirty five was goodbye. We we solved it. We did we like to say I just know it. Just kind of left me feeling like what's the if this works are. If somebody great like I've had friends who've been like this is the most magical thing I've ever put on my face well so I I do think that that raises in all seriousness I do that raises a good good point which is that there is no one size fits all solution exactly an in skin individual yes and also like so are emotional and psychological needs. It's totally and I think you have pretty uncomplicated skin. That is a great so it stands to reason that a lot of products would quote unquote work for you. I mean I shall say I have fine lines and nothing I've ever put on my face is ever reduced them which I'm also working on Kinda like okay yeah total. You know totally. That is my face yeah but it did just you know I tend to be the kind of person who like if a price tag is higher on something I immediately feel like it's better that is like a just a thing in my brain that has been that way my whole life you know like if I'm in a store I will by advil as opposed to the storebrand Ibuprofen which I have trained myself out of but you know like that just kind of I'm very susceptible to branding winging lane. I'm not proud of that. It's but it is it is the truth yeah so if someone's like here's this really fancy cream. I'm like this is the best so it's been a real journey.

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"ibuprofen" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"ibuprofen" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Of ibuprofen now, you don't have to with relieffactor, go to relieffactor dot com. Check out the pricing. And please give it a try because pain is pretty awful or call eight hundred five hundred eighty three eighty four that's relieffactor dot com. Political analysts say sedan says organizers of the protests and sedan that forced long-ruling President Omar al-bashir from office are calling on the military to immediately hand power to a transitional civilian government. That would rule for four years. The pile of those posible for human live eighty-seven, the all the same time keeping the push on the military council by keeping the followers and support in the seat. Because if he that volition, if the abandoned the seats could be hijacked like of the Sudanese professionals association, which has spearheaded the protests posted a nine point list on their demands late Sunday, the list includes prosecuting those behind the Islamist back military coup in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine also includes disbanding all pro government unions freezing, the assets of top officials now Beshir's government and dismissing all top judges. And prosecutors this is townhall dot com. A bipartisan group of senators proposing a Bill to support cutting green edge to support cutting green edge technology for US automakers. Michigan Senator Gary Peter says, thanks to rapidly emerging technology. There's no question that the cars and trucks of the future equipped with technology to make them safer and more fuel-efficient while also saving consumers money, new technology. He says would be good for the environment. And the US academy development could also help create jobs in Michigan and across the nation. Peter's reintroduced vehicle innovation act last week along with his fellow Michigan democrat w stab stabbed out and Republican Lamar Alexander Wagner, Capitol Hill. This year Shanghai autoshow highlighting the global industries race to make electric cars. Chinese drivers want to buy as Beijing winds down. Subsidies that promoted sales communist leaders have been promoting Electric's for fifteen years. More on these stories at townhall dot com..

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"ibuprofen" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"ibuprofen" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Here's the great selling point of relief factor. Well, actually selling point is that works for the great majority of people who use it. But the big selling factor is really this. You can get all the pain relief benefits of relief factor without the negative side effects of ibuprofen. Couple of years ago with great this attic payment, take ibuprofen a lot and it helped, but the side effects were so awful after a while, but I just had to discontinue use. But that's the problem with relief factor. So that's huge. So if you've been using any form of ibuprofen now, you don't have to with relief factor. Go to relieffactor dot com. Check out the pricing. And please give it a try has pain is pretty awful or call eight hundred five hundred eighty three eighty four that's relieffactor dot com. Here's the great selling point of relieffactor. Well, actually, the greatest selling point is that works with the great majority of people who use it. But the big selling factor is really this. You can get all the pain relief benefits of relieffactor without the negative side effects of ibuprofen. Couple of years ago with great this fatty payment would take ibuprofen a lot and it helped, but the side effects were so awful after a while, but I just had to discontinue use. But that's not the problem with relief factor. So that's huge. So if you've been using any form of profound now, you don't have to with relief factor. Go to relieffactor dot com. Check out the pricing and. Please give it a try because pain is pretty awful or call eight hundred five hundred eighty three eighty four that's relieffactor dot.

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"ibuprofen" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"ibuprofen" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Well, actually, the greatest selling point is that works for the great majority of people who use it. But the big selling factor is really this. You can get all the pain relief benefits of relief factor without the negative side effects of ibuprofen. Couple of years ago with great disk, sciatic pain, I would take appropriate a lot and it helped, but the side effects were so awful after awhile that I just had to discontinue use. But that's not the problem with relief factor. So that's huge. So if you've been using any form of ibuprofen now, you don't have to with relief factor. Go to relieffactor dot com. Check out the pricing, and please give it a try shows. Pain is pretty awful. Or call eight hundred five hundred eighty three eighty four that's relieffactor dot com. Here's the great selling point of relief factor will actually the greatest selling point is that it works for the great majority of people who use it. But the big selling factor is really this. You can get all the pain relief benefits of relief factor without the negative side effects of ibuprofen. Couple of years ago with great disk, sciatic pain, I would take ibuprofen a lot and it helped, but the side effects were so awful after awhile that I just had to discontinue use. But that's not the problem with relief factor. So that's huge. So if you've been using any form.

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"ibuprofen" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"ibuprofen" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Here's the great selling point of relief factor will actually the greatest selling point is that works for the great majority of people who use it. But the big selling factor is really this. You can get all the pain relief benefits of relief factor without the negative side effects of ibuprofen. Couple of years ago with great display attic pain, would take ibuprofen a lot and it helped but the side effects were so awful after a while. But I I just had to discontinue use. But that's not the problem with relief factor. So that's huge. So if you've been using any form of ibuprofen now, you don't have to with relief factor. Go to relieffactor dot com. Check out the pricing, and please give it a try because pain is pretty awful. Or call eight hundred five hundred eighty three eighty four that's relieffactor dot com. Here's the great selling point of relief factor. Well, actually, the greatest selling point is that it works for the great majority of people who use it. But the big selling factor is really this. You can get all the pain relief benefits of relief factor without the negative side effects of ibuprofen. Couple of years ago with great destroy attic payment would take ibuprofen a lot and it helped but the side effects were so awful after while. But I I just had to discontinue use. But that's not the problem with relief factor. So that's huge..

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"ibuprofen" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"ibuprofen" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Well, actually, the greatest selling point is that it works for the great majority of people who use it. But the big selling factor is really this. You can get all the pain relief benefits of relief factor without the negative side effects of ibuprofen. Couple of years ago with great strategy payment would take ibuprofen a lot and it helped, but the side effects were so awful after a while, but I just had to discontinue use. But that's not the problem with relief factor. So that's huge. So if you've been using any form of ibuprofen now, you don't have to with relief factor. Go to relieffactor dot com. Check out the pricing, and please give it a try because pain is pretty awful or call eight hundred five hundred eighty three eighty four that's relief. Factor dot com. Here's the great selling point of relief factor. Well, actually, the greatest selling point is that it works for the great majority of people who use it. But the big selling factor is really this. You can get all the pain relief benefits of relief factor without the negative side effects of ibuprofen. Couple of years ago with great district attic payment would take ibuprofen a lot and it helped but the side effects were so awful after a while. But I I just had to discontinue use. But that's not the problem with relief factor. So that's huge..

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"ibuprofen" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"ibuprofen" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"But also wasting your vacation time by running around town looking for a store that sells your dog's food is also not ideal. So just make sure that you have not only their food. But plenty of it, maybe extra. I always bring extra just in case, you never know what's going to happen. And also medications keep that in mind any medications, they are currently taking or may need while you're away. K it's always a good idea to have those things on hand. Just like we pack for ourselves. You know, I always put together a little medical kit. I like to have that on me at all times when I'm traveling just in case might have band aids and ibuprofen alcohol wipes, you just never know. What's going to happen? Do the same for your dog. Make a little medical kit include everything you could possibly think of that they may need bandages just in case they get hurt BB tweezers if they get something stuck in their paws and also ask your vet. If they'll give you a prescription for an antibiotic just in case K, if you feel like they may be picked up a bug somewhere some type of stomach thing going on some type of I'm not sure bacterial infection on their skin. It's a good idea to have that on hand. I tend to have some trauma all on hand for my dogs just in case. And my bet is really good about just giving me a bottle of that just to have an in. You never know you may not need to use it, and that's good. And also if your dog needs medical attention while you're out of town. It's always a good idea to have their latest shot records and their medical records on hand just make copies of them. So you don't have the original as you can lead those at home and tuck them into your suitcase. My that actually gives us these little ID cards. They're the cutest things ever. They look like drivers lice. And every time we go and get a checkup we get a new one in the mail that has their latest shots on there. And it gives the expiration has their picture. It has their name. It has their age their breed that they're fixed, and it has all of the records on it just a cute little card, and so I stick those in my wallet. And that's all I need. So in case, you know, unfortunately, accidents happen, hopefully, they don't, but in case, you need to go and get medical attention in an unfamiliar place. You want that that know what your dog has had and in their history. So make sure you bring something like that with you. And that's sometimes people forget that. But it's it's a good idea to have it already. So we're gonna take a quick break and be right back with more summertime and Beechy stuff when we get back right after these.

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