18 Burst results for "Jewish Hospital"

The History of the Heimlich Maneuver

American Innovations

05:21 min | 2 years ago

The History of the Heimlich Maneuver

"It's nineteen attack. Actor hogan's interest. It's peaked which restaurant steakhouse downtown. You just collapsed at the table mid bite the maitre d tried to revive him but no luck the m._t._v.'s lift the body onto the examination table doctor turns on the light. How much would you gentleman like to bet that this man did not die of a heart attack. The e._m._t.'s exchanged looks all the signs point to a heart attack. Everyone who witnessed what happened at the restaurant described how did such heart attacks restaurants are frequent occurrences. <hes> a dollar you're on dr hogan opens the man's mouth he flicks on his small pen light and peers inside just as i thought with a pair of tweezers he reaches into the man's airway and removes a large piece of steak. He holds it up so the e._m._t.'s can get a good look this man didn't i have a heart attack at all died of his fixation you two dollar. Dr hogan wasn't a psychic. This was the ninth death from choking on food. You'd seen steak was the most common culprit but he'd seen lobster ham skippered herring and hamburger too and every time when the body had brought in he'd been told they died of a heart attack at a restaurant these choking deaths have become so common he come up with a nickname for the cafe coronaries coronaries. Dr haugen knew that if he had seen nine depths by himself in the mess was a larger scale problem in fact clues. Two four thousand people were dying choking every year in the united states. It was the sixth most common accidental death in the country and the most common common cause for children under one heartbreaking part was that this seemed like a solvable problem if the airway could be cleared then these people would resume breathing and live live at the time there was no widely known method for how to do so dr hogan couldn't bear to see any more of these preventable deaths. He published an article in the journal of the american medical association one of the leading medical publications describing the stats in it he implored doctors to take the choking condemn seriously and vote time and effort to come up with the solution six years later in nineteen sixty nine. The medical community's muniz still hadn't made much progress on the choking problem. That's when dr henry heimlich the newly named director of surgery at cincinnati jewish hospital cont wind of the issue from an article in the new york times. The public now alerted to the danger was growing impatient. I was shocked. I hi how widespread the problem was as well as how little time there was to act within four minutes. A choking victim can die or suffer permanent brain damage. Hi mike was immediately struck by the article. Choking was exactly the type of problem he was looking to solve. I'm like got his first taste. Rush had saving a life when he was twenty years old when he rescued a man from a derailed train the act ernomous spot on the front page of the new york times and a gold watch that memory stood in stark contrast to heimlich stay job. I'm like trained as a thoracic surgeon at cornell medical school but found surgery to be frustratingly slow method of saving lives by its nature surgery only saved one life at a time. I'm like wanted to do more than that and faster the only way to have the impact he craved was to develop procedures and treatments that could be applied to large urge populations and so he directed his early career toward inventing methods to solve wide-scale problems to treat an eye infection at blinded minded soldiers during world war two ground antibiotics into shaving cream also invented a portable valve that soldiers could carry to drain blood and air from chest. I wounds without letting air back in later. He developed a surgical technique to restore people's ability to swallow these inventions could save thousands of people apple but heimlich wanted to save lives on an even bigger scale solving the choking problem was especially appealing to heimlich it centered on a part of the body he knew well as rasic surgeon much of his previous work involve the asakusa. He also believed that like dreaming chest wounds choking was a problem mm-hmm. The required is simple solution with only four minutes to restore air to a victim. There was no time to wait for a train professional to arrive whatever came up with it had to be easy enough for anyone to perform at a moment's notice

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"jewish hospital" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

Outcomes Rocket

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"jewish hospital" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

"A means to transform healthcare quality and access in most interested in using emerging Telehealth technologies to transform the primary care experienced such a pleasure to have. Chris on the podcast today. Chris welcome. Thanks. Thanks for having me. Hey, it's a pleasure anything that I missed in your intro that you want to chime in on. No just in terms of all fought on. I think have intrusion my clinical practice. I have to have an outpatient component to it where I have my own practice where I really try to be innovative, and and push what can be done in the outpatient setting, and I'm focused on HIV care and pre exposure prophylaxis for primarily for HIV at risk males in your city by then addition, I work as a ha- rule at NYU. So I'm really kind of in in both me outpatient world, and then within our hospital Jewish hospital on that NYU lingo, very cool. So you're really kind of getting a good look from both ends what got you into Greece. Sixty perspective. Yeah. Man. That's pretty cool, actually. So as we think about, you know, value based care, we were we were chatting a little bit before we got started here. It's important to to consider some of these things from the perspective of an internist. But also somebody taking care of patients in outpatient setting some excited at dive into that with you. But what what got you into healthcare to begin with mainly being a teenager without really much clarity as to what will want it to do and grandfather got very ill when in for open heart surgery and a lot of time hospital in sixteen a, wow, this looks pretty cool, the doctors or so impressive. I idolized them. And I'd always figured I'd I'd grew up in New York area. Always figured I'd go work on Wall Street like a lot of my friends, and I was like, wow. I, but it never really wanted to sit in a cubicle or always want something with a little bit more. Meaning and they kind. Just the sparks lit, right? When I was sixteen and having looked back, then that's awesome, man. That's awesome. Now, you you're taking it to the next level with kata change healthcare for the batter. And so curious, what's on your mind as hot topic that needs to be on every medical leaders agenda? Yeah..

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"jewish hospital" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"jewish hospital" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

"And I think there are some lessons in that today because people get inured very quickly to political shifts and the contaminant civil liberties which can seem horrifying it. I you can see how they become accustomed to it and Vishnu back in his own family, experienced the very things he was documenting his children were in schools that were area Nuys kicked out and forced to go to Jewish schools. The Jews could no longer go to the theater or be actors on the stage. They created their own ancillary theatre's, cultural activities and similarly Vishnu kit been active in camera clubs amateur camera clubs. Survey popular in Berlin. And when he was kicked out of them all Jews where prohibited. He entered these Jewish camera clubs in one of my favorite objects in the exhibition is this really humble sticker. The sticker on versa of a photograph of a stork in flight, and it's a Jewish star. And inside is a camera and it says Frankfurt camera club. And after the Jews were prohibited from entering camera competitions, amateur camera club participation he entered this Jewish camera club and in the Frankfurt Jewish museum. They have no other evidence that this even existed, and it shows how very quickly when people were prohibited from participating in cultural and civic life. They created their own answer communities, which has how how quickly they could adapt to the contaminants civil liberties. But also has scared is quickly you can adapt. And so as that shifted he was also documenting Jewish relief organizations and middle-class soup kitchens. Jewish hospitals various relief efforts to alleviate the plight of the German middle class that we're increasingly prohibited from practicing their. Freshens or going to the hospital. And I believe that it was at this time that Vishnu axe work got on the radar of the Jewish nonprofit world, the Jewish social service organizations relief organizations, including the American Jewish joint bution committee. It's interesting that you sort of have highlighted really troubling trend where as you say some of these are sort of on the cusp where between Germany switched from relatively free, intellectual or Berlin. Specifically so of autism city into this oppressive discriminatory environment, and it's really interesting to see someone having documented those I guess at the time almost subtle shifts. I mean, obviously, not so for the Jewish state, but subtle in the wider environment that people weren't picking up on. And then suddenly it's too late. And you're in this terrible situation where a whole group of people being discriminated against can we learn things from this the processes of Vishnu about so of scrutinizing our environment today. Because we we hear about anti semitism on the Roy's and this exhibition holds it chimes real of contemporary nights in that way. I think there's a lot of contemporary relevance. When we look at fish necks, photographs certainly his photographs of refugees and stateless people documenting refugees who are seeking safe harbor and refuge and countries who will take them in and places where they can go and rebuild their lives. He was using his photographs to advocate for refugees for stateless people, documenting the promise that people rebuilding their lives as he did many times. And of course, you can't help it think about the refugee crisis today and to skip ahead of bit to the American photographs. He came to America New Year's Eve nineteen forty and he immediately established a portrait studio to try to make ends meet documenting Einstein and Chagall and Jewish integrated nightclubs famous comedians jazz musicians, this is to make ends meet while he was reestablishing his science career. Here. But he was also given the tools to rebuild his life in America. And when I think about what he had when he arrived..

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"jewish hospital" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"jewish hospital" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Sue Guzman police have made an, arrest in the brutal murder of a nurse in her Queens Park and last week Samantha Stewart found strangled naked. And wrapped in a blanket with her teeth knocked out her father tells. News four New York that a suspect was arrested, in California and may have been possibly planning to kill someone else this belief Stewart met the, man after meeting on a popular dating app he has not yet been. Identified by police store worked as a nurse at Long Island Jewish hospital seventeen years after, the terrorist attacks on nine. Eleven scientists in. New York City are positively identifying another victim Twenty-six-year-old Scott Michael. Johnson was a securities analyst for Keefe Bruyette and woods working in the south tower the New Jersey native die that fateful. Day Now he becomes. The one thousand six hundred and forty second victim. Identified sense the medical, examiner's, office in New York City continues to pursue its promise to positively ID, all victims through use of forensic. DNA technology, over eleven. Hundred victims have yet to be positively identified James flippin for seven ten w. o. r. deadline has come and. Gone. And speed cameras near New York City schools have been shut down. That after state lawmakers failed to, act on a measure to renew the speed camera program governor Cuomo blasted state Republicans for what he called a. Complete dereliction of duty they don't want to admit that they're against it. So they come up with an excuses and point, fingers we should have a special session you don't need a special session you don't need a, lightning bolt from heaven one hundred twenty fixed speed cameras in the city. Were shut office resulting advocates say that makes neighborhoods less safe speed Cam say have results, speeding near school zones pipe. Out sixty percent Conservative Republican lawmakers are introducing articles of impeachment about against deputy attorney. General rod Rosenstein congressman Mark meadows had North Carolina and Jim Jordan of Ohio are leading the charge they blame him for not responding to demands for documents about the Russia investigation President Trump says the US will, be working closely with European allies to resolve trade disputes yesterday announcing. A deal with European. Allies on trade and tariffs will open markets for farmers and workers increase investment and lead to greater prosperity in both, the United States and the European Union Trump made the announcement after a meeting. With the head of the European Commission police are. Looking for a suspect involved in a road rage incident. That exploded into a street fight. In green point Tuesday after video. Shows the suspect jump out of his car. Wave a box cutter and then drag and pin the other driver. Who happens. To be an Uber driver to a van, on, McGuinness boulevard NYPD Lieutenant Rachel co, SaK says, they've already Heard from people through.

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"jewish hospital" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"jewish hospital" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"Cancer in long island jewish hospital my aunt was the russian tough as nails are realists like you can't believe never let anyone bamboozle she knew what was what and who was who she screamed at the internet is my uncle was dying she said what good are you can't kill and you can't cure those words cut through me like a laser because you know there are drugs that can kill pain i believe they still have bromley mixture that is prescribed in england a mixture various and sundry compounds that will kill any pain i don't know why we would would hold any drug like that from from this country so let's go to the next call f t w in florida pete line five go ahead please what's on your mind you believe we should have assisted suicide and and i i come from a background of of mormonism i've raised latter day saints so i grew up with that same mentality that suicide it's bad into shouldn't do it but i've kind of evolved my my thinking and i'm a pretty moderate guy my wife gives me a right wing conservative all the time and it's really not the case i think that suicide indicates that you mentioned of a person with stage four liver cancer should have the option to if if if anything to relieve himself of the of the burden of the family and i don't think my father is an example you he passed away last march and i know that he just didn't want to deal with some of the genetic effects of the some of the disease processes that my family is prone to namely alzheimer's my tonic muscular dystrophy which i'm starting to see the initial effect thirty seven years old already i'm an active duty soldier by the way but i think that he didn't he didn't really i heard that in your voice by.

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"jewish hospital" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"jewish hospital" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"To assisted suicide the country's committing assisted suicide with open borders we're committing assisted suicide like today's you ever nation that's all so just because the liberals want to die doesn't mean i wanna die that's why i say build that wall deport 'em now let's take your calls on the topics i've talked about just a suicide and some believe it should be legal some believe it shouldn't be legal so let's start with someone who says no assisted suicide aaron on kfi why radio in arkansas line one go ahead please you have the floor yes sir i wanted to say that god doesn't want you to commit suicide because he wants you to reserve judgment to one day and to him and if you have that kind of condemnation for yourself and you can't begin to forgive others but i was driving home when i heard your question i didn't fully understand it it's assisted suicide i just believe that you know the there shouldn't be assisted suicide but i will say that when people fall into spare they are not mentally hell know let me let me help you with this answer look at netherland the netherlands the most liberal nation in europe where drug sex rock and roller or legal basically the highest increase in suicide in that country is people in their twenties because they have no reason to live they certainly don't believe in a higher power they don't believe in a crate or they don't believe in a god so they're committing suicide that that's what they're doing because there's no reason to live now some on the other side would say what if you're suffering severely suffering from stage four cancer after which there is no cure and no painkillers on earth can give you any relief and i've seen it in my own family it was horrible my poor uncle mo an athletic man who was a vegetarian all his life no less was dying of stage four liver cancer in long island jewish hospital.

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"jewish hospital" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"jewish hospital" Discussed on Super Station 101

"From truly treatable issues with hair loss they say well some of this genetic we know jeffrey ellis who is physician he's the director of dermatology at the north shore long island jewish hospital in new york he said treatments like minoxidil rogaine or financial ride which is propecia work better at keeping hair loss from getting worse rather than versing what's already happened so it's important to start treating it at the early signs here lost an older men and women are often caused by andrew genyk alopicia which is a condition related to hormone decreases and of course you need to rule out other causes though because another reason to your doctor of course there can be other factors thyroid issues there could be a host of issues that could be causing saving your skin twos a big deals your skin's natural going to grow drier and thinner over time that's just what happens but the sun exposure really increases the process it damages the collagen which the key protein that gives the strengthened structure to the skin so the answer they say is to always keep good sun protection on so the moisturizers that include sunscreen that sort of thing because sometimes people don't remember to plus century it's a big big deal at least spf thirty now they're getting up to run spf forty five and recommending that even though that vitamin d is crucial from sunlight the amount of sun that would have to get to get the vitamin d levels back up to where they need to base quite a bit and you can risk damaging the skin so they're a lot of a lot of doctor recommending the supplementation on the antiageing side for that and the other one that's really good again are the kind of memory issues that in the neuro scientists are talking about so having a little blank memory where's my keys you know having that little bit of blank what happens is you start losing levels of acetylcholine acetylcholine is the number one neurotransmitter the brain chemical that causes one nerve to connect to the other and the antioxidants that we need to help fight against these memory lapses can be found in a lot of foods for example walnuts are really good berries all the berries contain components in them that are fame tastic these polyphenols that are great for memory and they can help boost.

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"jewish hospital" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"jewish hospital" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Cancer in long island jewish hospital my aunt was the russian tough as nails are realists like you can't believe never let anyone bamboozle she knew what was what and who was oh she screamed at the internet is my uncle was dying she said what good are you can't kill and you can't cure those words cut through me like a laser because you know there are drugs that can kill pain i believe they still have bromley mixture that is prescribed in england a mixture various and sundry compounds that will kill any pain i don't know why we would would hold any drug like that from from this country so let's go to the next call f t w in florida pete line five go ahead please what's on your mind you believe we should have assisted suicide yes sir i and i i come from a background of mormonism i've raised latter day saints so i i grew up with that same mentality side is bad shouldn't do it but i've kind of evolved my my thinking and i'm pretty moderate guy my wife was accused me of being a right wing conservative all the time but it's really not the case i think that suicide indicates that you mentioned of a person with stage four liver cancer should have the option to if if if anything to relieve himself of the of the burden of the family and i'll take my father's an example you he passed away last march and i know that he just didn't want to deal with some of the genetic effects of the some of the disease processes that my family is prone to namely alzheimer's my tonic muscular dystrophy which i'm starting to see the initial effect thirty seven years old already i'm an active duty soldier by.

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"jewish hospital" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"jewish hospital" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Cancer in long island jewish hospital my aunt was the russian tough as nails are realists like you can't believe never let anyone bamboozle she knew what was what and who was who she screamed at the internet is my uncle was dying she said what good are you you can't kill and you can't cure those words cut through me like a laser because you know there are drugs that can kill pain i believe they still have bromley mixture that is prescribed in england a mixture of various and sundry compounds will kill any paint i don't know why we would would hold any drug like that from from this country so let's go to the next call f t w in florida pete line five go ahead please what's on your mind you believe we should have that suicide yes there are an and i i come from a background of of mormonism my raised latter day saints so i i grew up with that same mentality that suicide is bad shouldn't do it but i kind of evolved my my thinking and i'm i'm pretty moderate guy my wife who gives me being a right wing conservative all the time but it's really not the case like i think that suicide indicates that you mentioned of a person with stage four liver cancer should have the option to if if anything to relieve himself of the of the burden of the family and i'll take my father is an example he he passed away last march and i know that he just didn't want to deal with some of the genetic effects of the some of the disease processes that my family is prone to namely alzheimer's my tonic muscular dystrophy which i'm starting to see the initial effect that thirty seven years old already an active duty soldier by the way but.

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"jewish hospital" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:51 min | 3 years ago

"jewish hospital" Discussed on WDRC

"And the story that's all i wanna go back to assisted suicide the country's committing assisted suicide with open borders were committing assisted suicide like euthanasia you have a nation that's all so just because the liberals want to die doesn't mean i wanted to die that's why i say build that wall deport him all that's all now let's take your calls on the topics i've talked about sister suicide and some believe it should be legal some believe it shouldn't be legal so let's start with someone who says no assisted suicide aaron on kfi y radio in arkansas line one go ahead please you know the there shouldn't be assisted suicide but i will say that when people fall into spare they are not mentally hell if you know let me let me help you with this answer look at netherland netherlands the most liberal nation in europe where drugs sex rock and roll roll eagle basically the highest increase in suicide in that country is in people in their twenties because they have no reason to live they certainly don't believe in a higher power they don't believe in a crate or they don't believe in a god so they're committing suicide that that's what they're doing because there's no reason to live now some on the other side would say what if you're suffering severely suffering from stage four cancer after which there is no cure and no painkillers on earth can give you any relief and i've seen it in my own family it was horrible my poor uncle mo an athletic man who was a vegetarian life no less was dying of stage four liver cancer in long island jewish hospital my aunt was the russian toughest nails are realists like you can't believe never let anyone bamboozling she knew what was what and who she screamed at the internet is my uncle was dying she said what good are you can't kill and you can't cure those words cut through a laser because you know there are drugs that can kill pain i believe they still have bromley mixture that is prescribed in england a mixture of various and sundry compounds that will kill any pain i don't know why we would withhold any drug like that from from this country so let's go to the next call f t w in florida pete line five go ahead please what's on your mind you believe we should have assisted suicide yes sir.

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"jewish hospital" Discussed on Out of the Blocks

Out of the Blocks

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"jewish hospital" Discussed on Out of the Blocks

"John herman saunders senior now year down amazon nursing akg old barnum the base of the poorest jewish hospital washington university medical school clinic for nick grows at at one time of december twenty six 19th theory send what kind of a kid were you what were you into man ariza hiv pammy acland code and our moms in oil offer cold got him close cedra see i guess used to add speakers vana was to give me claim in the hayatou sort ask allocate our but but anyway the town that i grew up to uh i heard the declaration of war over the radio with my parents mmd served mid had midway in the navy ellis t duty the hurrying thing after the war i saw was trump's come unbacked can separate lasse blacks over o'hare whites over there bush skis experience dna we were raddatz how and there will be separate couners downtown but in the veal everybody was air way we didn't get a handle there was no real bias of for people beyond in black all the melody's in some where my love and it did reminds me of my ma that he analyst sits over there that was my mom's piano i think she started playing around five years old in she played all the way through high school college hand in choose the church pianist for any act for awhile i play the piano until she realized that i was reading the music and i was wasting her time all you played an active player back but not now you don't play anything no no i don't.

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"jewish hospital" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"jewish hospital" Discussed on WGTK

"Gait shoulder pain tremor condom very common early signs while another eating you can do i guess there's nothing you can really do to preventitive zor so they don't have a vague really um as far as v now to really cure parkinson's or odd prove that it's on said however arm exercise is one of the best things that is likely neuro protective and may not only slowdown parkinson's but also dementia so um the decline of do have medically speaking a lot of reasons in addition to just that you know your cardiovascular health ah also for brain health uh encourage people to exercise and basis so sia there's all those benefits to exercise well let's talk about the symposium to turn up yes so this is our and well bell collins parkinson says symposium we're talking about the bill collins of realtime might be lingo collins vocal all ends yes sell their his family has made a very generous donation to ufl and jewish kentucky one health which has enabled us to have this annual symposium miss villa's a wonderful research center ed frazier we have institute as so busier suppose even belbey on thursday april six as you already mentioned it is nb but conference center at jewish hospital it is completely free and it is a wonderful odd day filled with lots of information on parkinson's disease so this is an all day of the adverse starting at nine thirty l go.

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"jewish hospital" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"jewish hospital" Discussed on WGTK

"Rhythm and music and that's why people even when they're dimensions of advance to the point where they have difficulty walking you know the brain isn't telling their feet and legs to move anymore you can sometimes get arminarm with them and just saying a peppy little song and you know get some rhythm go in and they are able to get moving down the hall way with you but but even people who don't talk anymore they don't know who you are but you sit down with them and you take their hand you start seeing in amazing grace in their fazlija light up in they sing with you they know all the words that has to be one of the worst feelings in the world the have a relatively new loved all your life completely forget who you are i work with a lot of families and help them through a lot of grief they're they're they're experiencing a lot of lost they're they're losing their uh their relationship in winning their loved one where i hit changes a great deal and and they're grieving over that lost relationship and who that person was an and and it's hard to to go in and greet someone and they don't they don't know you anymore and you can't they can't love you like they used tear i now and that's what you guys that's when you're there to help them to us as well as the person who's having dementia alzheimer's disease to right must staff takes care of the residents and i take care of the family all right heart song memory care sheila carter she's a you founded the company years ago and there were coming to the end of this portion but uh let's go ahead and have all the contact information one more time sure by though two nine three five three 300 on the internetheart song dash emceecom are you can find us on facebook all right sheila we appreciate you come in by today and thanks for spending time with us here on wgtk i work at jewish hospital i work at saint mary and elizabeth hospital i.

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"jewish hospital" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"jewish hospital" Discussed on Super Station 101

"Of dermatology at the northshore long island jewish hospital in new york he said treatments like minoxidil rogaine which or asteroid which is propeace your work better at keeping hair loss from getting worse rather than versing what's already happened so it's important to start trading it at the early signs so here loss and older men and women are often caused by andrew genetic allah patia which is a condition related to hormone decreases and of course you need to rule out other causes though because another reason to your doctor of course there can be other factors thyroid issues there could be a host of issues that could be causing it saving your skin and who's a big deals your skins natural going to grow drier and thinner overtime that's just what happens but the sun exposure really increases the process it damages the collagen which the key protein that gives the strengthens structure to the skin so the answer they say is to always keep good sunprotection on so the moisturizers that includes sunscreen that sort of thing because sometimes people don't remember the pleasantries that's a big big deal at least spf thirty now they're getting up to run spf 45 and recommending that even though that vitamin d is crucial from sunlight the amount of send that we would have to get to get the vitamin d levels backup to where they need to base quite a bit and you can risk damaging the skin so there are a lot of a lot of dr recommending the supplementation on the antiageing side for that in the other one that's really good again are the kind of memory issues that the neuroscientists you're talking about so having a little blank memory where's my keys you know having that little bit of blank what happens is you start losing levels of acetylcholine acetylcholine is the number one euro transmitter the brain chemical that causes one nerve to connect to the other and the antioxidants that we need to help fight against these memory lapses can be found in a lot of foods for example walnuts are really good berries all the berries contained components and them that are fantastic these polyphenols that are great for memory and they can help boost.

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"jewish hospital" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"jewish hospital" Discussed on WGTK

"But there's so many other things that smoking adelaide land certainly don't mean to make a case for smoking here now well what which can someone is they get older signs to look for in the imo like the very beginning stages of parkinson's disease shore so a lot of people didn't notice there are like one of her hands would start shaking elabed maybe just a thumb twitch as a bad so that's often a common early sign and then just geno finally the the shuffling gait can often be a give a vase saw your spouse my tell you kind of stay up stray then pick up your fade don't shuffle as much as a kind of common things often people also complain of shelter paid interestingly and that's usually future the fact that vow arm of onearmed doesn't swing as much of a joint doesn't get us lubricated so hamas hudson unsigned lahser hunched posture shuffling gait shoulder pain tram are kind of very common early signs while in other eu thing you can do i guess there's nothing you can really do to prevent it as there so they don't have a vague really as far as v now to really cure parkinson's or are prevents on said however exercise is one of the best things that is likely neuro protective and may not only slowdown parkinson's but also dementia so we clearly have do have medically speaking a lot of read in addition to just you know your cardiovascular health dryly ah also for brain health are encourage people to exercise and regular basis so sia there's all those benefits to exercise let's talk about the symposium that tone up yes so this is our an well bill collins parkinson's symposium we're talking about the bill collins of realtime might be loyal collinsville cal all ends yes sell their his family has made a very generous donation to ufl and jewish kentucky one health which has enabled us to have this annual suppose ems velez they've wonderful research center at trai are we have instituted as so this year suppose even belbey on thursday april six as you already mentioned it is nv but conference center at jewish hospital it is completely free and this is a wonderful odd day filled with lots.

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"jewish hospital" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:03 min | 4 years ago

"jewish hospital" Discussed on WGTK

"As a bad so that's often a common early signed and then just geno italy the shuffling gait can often be a give a vase saw your spouse my tell you kind of stay up stray then pick up your favorite shuffle as much as some have kind of common things often people also complain of shoulder pain interestingly and that's usually a fact that vote arm of onearmed doesn't swing it's much of a joint doesn't get us lubricated so hudson unsigned lahser hunched posture shuffling gait shoulder pain tram are kind of very common early signs while nazar anything you can do i guess there's nothing you can really do to prevent as there so they don't have a vague really as far as v now to villa cure parkinson's are odd prevents onset however arm exercise is one of the best things that is likely neuro protective and may not only slowdown parkinson's but also dementia so we kind of do have medically speaking a lot of read them in addition to just you know your cardiovascular health riley also for brain health are encourage people to exercise on a regular basis so see others all those benefits to exercise well let's talk about the symposium to turn up yes so this is our amaral bell collins parkinson's says symposium and we're talking about the bill collins of realtime might be lingo collinsville collins yes sell their his family has made a very generous donation to ufl and jewish kentucky one half of which has enabled us s to have this annual symposium as well as a wonderful research center at treasure we have institute as so this year suppose even belbey on thursday april fixed as you're already mentioned it is nb but conference center at jewish hospital it is completely free and it's is a wonderful odd day save filled with lots of information on parkinson's disease so this is an all day event.

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"jewish hospital" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:03 min | 4 years ago

"jewish hospital" Discussed on WGTK

"Her hands would start shaking a little bit maybe just a thumb twitch as a bad summits often a common early sign and then just generally a um the the shuffling gait can often be a giveaway so are your spouse my tell you kind of stay up stray them pick up your favorite doubt shuffle as much so so that's kind of common things often people also complain of shoulder pain interestingly and that's usually garden future a fact that vote arm of one arm doesn't swing us much of a joint doesn't get us lubricated so 100 unsigned lahser hunched posture shuffling gait shoulder pain tremor kind of very common early signs while in is there anything you can do i guess there's nothing you can really do to prevent it as there so they don't have a vague really as far as v now to really cure parkinson's or prevent its on said however arm exercise is one of the best things that is likely neuro protective and may not only start on parkinson's but also dementia so we kind of do have medically speaking a lot of read in addition to just you know your cardiovascular health dry leia also for brain health are encouraged people to exercise on a regular basis so we'll see you there's all those benefits to exercise let's talk about this symposium that showed up yes so this is our an well bill collins parkinson's symposium we're talking about the bill collins of realtime rugby feeling collinsville collins yes silva his family has made a very generous donation to ufl and jewish kentucky what health of which has enabled us two arm have this annual symposium as well as a wonderful resource center at treasure we have institute as so this year symposium be on thursday april six as you're already mentioned it is in but conference center at jewish hospital it is completely free and it's is a wonderful odd day save filled.

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"jewish hospital" Discussed on The AskGaryVee Show

The AskGaryVee Show

02:01 min | 4 years ago

"jewish hospital" Discussed on The AskGaryVee Show

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