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"journal american medical association" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

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04:28 min | 11 months ago

"journal american medical association" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"So just so we're conversant with the term to what Precisely does super immunity refer. Well, actually, not a very scientific term, but I'm surprised how many, uh, fighters. I'm here kind of using that term now, and there's no really hard definition for it. But I read a paper today that said you would likely be immune from SARS. Kobe won't That's it terrible disease we had back in 2000 and three that had like a 40% Haliti rate. And so in all the variables, and so not only will you have immunity, but this thing that some people are kind of. It's not a great scientific term, but they're kind of thrown around this. Super immunity idea that, uh, but I think the main thing we're trying to get across here is just because you think you've had covid infection. Or maybe you had a laboratory confirmed. That doesn't mean you still shouldn't get the vaccine. Now some scientists and physicians and this is the kind of discussion you have with your personal position, not me. But talk to your personal position. Some are saying Maybe you shouldn't if you've had a laboratory confirmed infection. And then you get the first vaccine. You might not get the second one because you may have a little bit stronger Reaction to that, Uh, but that's a discussion for you and your position, but certainly get the first one. All right now, then, uh, boosters we have heard, Of course, the boosters were available. And that uh, that, uh, I've heard various things about about their recommendation as to whether or not that is a good idea or not. I have to do a personally have a somewhat compromised immune system. So I've not had to wait. I've gotten a third of the Moderna series, which I was informed by the way as I got it. Is. In fact, it was the second shot all over again. But another dosage. So tell us more about these boosters and where that discussion stands. I will. But first I'm going to ask you a question. What kind of reaction that you had to that booster? I've never had any reaction to any of these shots whatsoever. I mean, even even the arm wasn't sore. I mean, I suppose if I had punched my arm that it would have been a little sore, But I mean nothing. Zero. Nada. Well, that's great, and you're kind of the majority. You know, my arm was a little bit so long after my first date, but You know nothing to write home about. But okay, the boosters, and it's interesting that two of the very senior people that got these vaccines approved as quickly as they did in everything. They have decided it's time to retire from FDA. They just had an article published today in the Land set, which is kind of like the journal American Medical Association except the United Kingdom. And they're saying the general public should not be getting boosters now clearly for you know, people like perhaps you and I, You know they're older and over 70 and immune compromised or whatever. That it's a good idea, but they're saying and this is still open for debate and about about the boosters. Now, they it hasn't the FDA has made a final ruling on this. I think President Biden got just a little bit over. Out in front of the skis there when they announced this about two weeks ago, the room gonna have boosters. Uh, they're producing them and we got lots of vaccines. And so that's good. There's plenty of it available, but I don't think we're quite You there yet in getting the approval, except for people that are particularly people over 70. I've even heard some people say over 60 and particularly with immune compromised Now that means like people who've had solid organ transplants. Good had cancer. Therapy and certain other conditions. Were there pretty severely immune compromise, and those boosters could be the difference between life and death. So for them, it's a great thing, and I think we'll get the final words, probably in early October, about Who else should be getting useless? All right, more to come with Randy Larson. He is again National security advisor at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security. 18665. Oh, Jimbo are number 1866554626 back with some calls in just a moment. Is your bathroom, looking old and worn out. Want to update.

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"journal american medical association" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

07:54 min | 1 year ago

"journal american medical association" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"A false narrative that this country is inherently racist, that communism is some sort of utopia and that the voter integrity laws are racist against black people. And the fact that the White House continues to talk about it, and that the attorney General Merrick Garland, is suing the state of Georgia over this. The voter integrity laws, which are basically all you have to do they're asking for is to present an I D. So the right person actually votes is mind boggling to me. Take a listen to sake, which she says about the voting law number seven. He'll lay out the moral case for why denying the right to vote is a form of suppression because I didn't I didn't start it up. Biden is going to talk about this, by the way tomorrow. He's going to have this big speech, which she announced. She said that Biden wanted to do himself Who else would do the speech? He wanted to do it himself. She almost said We were surprised We didn't think he could, You know, do it past his bedtime, er, his nap time. So again. Sorry, So that's sake. She's talking about Biden and the voter integrity laws against seven. He'll lay out the moral case for why denying the right to vote as a form of depression. In a form of silencing hell call out the greatest irony of the big lie is that no election in our history has met such a high standard with over 80 judges, including those appointed by his predecessor, throwing out all challenges. He'll also decry efforts just So 80 judges. Why was it thrown out? Because they didn't actually look and they they said they didn't have jurisdiction. Am I right or wrong? When we're talking about 80 judges? It's not that the judges looked at the voter. The voter, Uh, you know, and to determine there was no fraud. They said we don't have jurisdiction here. Okay, so keep it going the right to vote as authoritarian and anti American, and he will highlight The work of the administration against this the necessity of passing the for the People Act and the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act and how we need to work together with civil rights organizations to build as broad a turnout and voter education system to overcome. The worst challenge to our democracy since the Civil War. What? Okay, This is a life of beginning and 11th. Of all the law in Georgia is much more open and liberal than the current laws in Delaware in New York's of Joe Biden thinks this is an attack on democracy. Then he has been taking partner systematic attack on democracy in Delaware. What this is doing is preserving the right to vote. Whether or not there was fraud. The last election. It's almost irrelevant to this argument because to me when you're sending out this many ballots, and that's subject to supervision, you're inviting it. It could be Republicans do it. Democrats, You know that's politics being what it is. There's always gonna be people trying to abuse the system. That's why New York is required that to get an absentee about you have to give a reason why you can't vote. And why you have to show who you are when you register to vote. I mean, this is this common If you really value the right to vote, you want to make sure that people who are but this is the biggest threat against democracy since the Civil War. I think she's the greatest argument against common sense and against, uh, against you have free thought This is nonsense, and that that's why the country is being divided to really think that law is being adopted in Georgia, which are more open than New York and Delaware is the greatest threat to this country since the Civil War. Where's she been? I mean, where has she been? She must be living in some silos. Some West left wing. Silo adventure wackos. Well, like I said, it's the government and the media. So take a listen to this. This is an MSNBC analyst Dina Bodhgaya. My saying is he's also a radio host. And he he says that at this point, I think they're just trying to say Trump's name because they know it helps with their ratings because they're so far down in the toilet. But if you notice today on Twitter arrests, Trump was trending and it's been trending all day long. How is that? Okay? Meanwhile, Trump still can't even get on the platform and so many other people that I know got their accounts cancelled. Simply by talking about hydroxy Clark chloroquine or anything else, And you even have the co inventor of the M R N a technology for the vaccine. He got banned from Google. He got banned from Lincoln. And you you had JAMA an article, The journal American Medical Association, talking about how having masks on kids can be harmful to high of Carbon dioxide levels in Germany, and that got bands a JAMA article got bands. But listen to this guy, MSNBC analyst Talking about Trump number eight Donald Trump. Radicalized people like an al Qaida recruiter, Donald Trump sent them there to attack the capital to stop the steal as he put it, or to stop the certification of the votes. As we put it, we need Democrats in one voice the same way the right talks about critical race theory. Talk about saving our democracy. Save our democracy meeting reforming the filibuster, meaning perhaps not funding red states with infrastructure if they're going to make it harder to vote. I know that sounds unlike Democrats, but we got to play hardball here, and I think Democrats calling in one voice for Donald Trump to be criminally prosecuted. It is not partisan. The call for a terrorist to be brought to justice. This sounds like a third world dictatorship and that I think is where their mentality is going. We want to talk about people who want to violate democracy. How about in chief? How about black lives matter when they were burning down the United States a year ago? What happened here in Manhattan? Uh, Police departments being physically attacked city halls almost being overrun. The sanctuary is being set up where criminals could run wild. That is a great threat to democracy, and you have again hundreds of people burning out businesses attacking innocent people. Shooting, killing people. And and so what's the answer? The Democrats Kamala Harris wants to post bail for those who were rioting and demonstrating. So this to me is a disgrace. And once we start hitting this thing of locking up opponents again, maybe that's why they think commented. Communism is a paradise because that's what is on in their paradise all the time. You lock up your enemies. And I think one of the biggest Racists we have now in the country are a lot of these Democratic leaders like Mayor, lightweight notice. I don't call her Lightfoot lightweight. She does not care that 63 people were shot in Chicago over this weekend alone, among them a 20 month old that was sitting in his car seat. Another was an eight year old girl sitting on her couch in her living room, stray bullets, and she wants to say that crime is down. And then this is a B E T news correspondent. His name is Mark Hill. He's also a Temple University professor. He in media studies of all places. Listen to what he says. This is so outrageous. This guy needs to lose his job on B E T News and a Temple university number 11. Do you? I mean, do you believe that? Do you believe all white people are inherently racist? So I don't know if you're backing me into a corner of that question, But yes, I do. Yes, I do. He believes all white people are racist. This is Mark Hill, A B E. T news correspondent, Temple University professor saying white. All white people are racist. Suppose you are. I said, we think some black people are racist. That would be consideration right? Right. But he can say all white people are race. This is absolutely Saturday and then unfortunately, become part of the regular dialogues. It would take it that we have to take this seriously because they become a threat a real threat to do. That's a threat to democracy, that that type of talk. I mean that that's like a Ku Klux Klan and reverse. Absolutely. And we had here in New York, A 13 year old was shot execution style. It looked like he was possibly a gang member. I'm hearing through different NYPD sources, five arrests that, uh, he had five arrests. Five previous arrests a 13 year old. That's the real epidemic that is spreading across the country. These democratic cities that have this turnstile type of justice that are allowing the criminals should just go out on the streets that we have five 1000 open gun cases here in New York City, with 90 something percent of those suspects out on the streets. They got those disappearance tickets. That's the real. That's the real epidemic, not white supremacy. Covid..

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"journal american medical association" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

07:48 min | 1 year ago

"journal american medical association" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Bodywork modalities, but we'll talk about your most important nutrient other than air, and that is water and why it's an important point to stay hydrated because it's a sort of extra challenge for seniors, because, unfortunately, as we get older, our bodies the signal for thirst is not what it used to be in our youth. And we, you know, it just doesn't you lose? I don't know if you know this. We mentioned on the show before that it lose about half your taste buds. By the time you're a senior citizen versus when you were ah, in your youth or as a as a child. So that's why people have to solve their food or food doesn't taste like it once did, But staying with thirst here up your thirst mechanism of your signal for Thursday's somewhat diminished, so it's very important to especially with the hot weather that we're all experiencing. And climate change is going to make it just hotter and hotter each season, possibly And we'll talk about things besides water to use for hydration such as lemons. In fact, Linda has some interesting information on lemons and how they can help not only hydrate but also Improve your health. And we'll talk, of course, about massage specifically for seniors as well as falls and diseases and have an interesting article on energy fields. So that's all coming up with our guest in just a few minutes after some features and some news you can use one is I. B s sufferers still get better when they know it's a placebo. No irritable bowel syndrome affects millions of people. And this was a study of people with I. B s who reported major clinical improvements after knowingly taking a placebo sugar pill basically suffers, who were also given placebo pills and were told they had no active ingredient. Had strong or very strong clinical reactions and there, you know, and as just as an aside here we know that I remember reporting some years ago that I believe it was 31% of all drugs have a placebo effect. So even though they're active pharmaceutical Substances and compounds. Uh, you know, and about a third of all patients, they don't work, but they think they work and so that you know, the bottom line is results, right? Anyway. The sufferers who were given placebo pills and were told they had no active ingredient had strong or very strong clinical reactions as I mentioned and their symptoms improved by an average of 70% over other sufferers who were not given any pills to take, Okay, this is you know the power of the mind, right? This involved Deacon Deaconess Medical Center. That's uh, the Yeah, That's where the study was done There 262 ideas sufferers between the ages of 18 and 80, who were either knowingly given a placebo so called sugar pill. Weren't given any pills at all, or were given peppermint oil or placebo in a double blind manner. Where, yeah, that's where neither the researchers nor the patients know which who had been given what And the improvements were similar in both open label and double blind placebo groups. I mean, this is astounding how How the power of the placebo. I think I'll come out with Doctor Health Pill C. Bose. How's that? Right. Some covid news for you. It's not a random killer. People who have wonder for chronic health problems are far more likely to die from the virus. According to this major new study, This was in the Published in the Journal American Medical Association, the big four heart disease, lung and kidney problems and as well as cancer. Those of the four and these risks are magnified if the person is also obese. Or is suffering from several of the diseases diseases at the same time Now, age also plays an important part, because, as you know, as you probably know by now, and it's all announced media that As we age, our immune system can emissions sort of it becomes less active. But again only if patients have one or, uh, between one and four of these health problems so you can have you can be a vital Vigorous 75 year old with no pre existing conditions, and your survival rate is similar to a young person. This was a study that involved more than 100,000 Covid patients, so good news there. All right, Let's see what else so let's go to some lighter side like your side of the news. Some health trivia for you the total amount of adrenaline in half a million people. Guess what it would weigh. Can you believe 1/30 of an ounce? That is how powerful hormones are I mean, it's just mind boggling. How just such a small substance a tiny Minute substance of these powerful hormones, and that's you know, it didn't completely change your life or it can make you healthier can be a deal breaker can Take you out. Kiwi fruit used to be called melon ETS. That's a kind of a good good name for for Kiwis. Penis. Worms do not have heads. There is such a worm called the Penis warm and they don't have penises, either. Uh, a newborn baby sucks in air. With 50 times the power of an adult. And over your life. You will take 850 million breaths. All right. I'll take you both out and a couple other trivial points for you. Britons are the most black those tolerant people in the world. You know, you always hear about how people can be lack of sin tolerant, especially Asians, People of Asian descent. And in that area of the world, But Britain's are the most electable. Lactose tolerant, which is the milk sugar found in dairy products. And speaking of dairy products. Cheesy originally meant excellent. So something was Cheesy. It was a compliment. Let us finally was sacred to men. The ancient Egyptian God of fertility because it grew long and straight and who's the milky substance when wrote, and by the way that latex like secretion has a calming effect, I think it's called bacterium and some varieties of lettuce, especially wild lettuce. Although you know if you will let us leaves if you eat them, That's probably not enough to feel an effect, but it has a soap of support for IQ effect in what kind of a sedative Um, feeling. I've actually ate enough. Let us to experience that and it's just pretty mellow. Okay elsewhere in food news, and we're going to be talking about hydration with with Linden. Just a few minutes. Like coconut water, and for Hawaii listeners. We you know this already that it's high in potassium, um, only 30 G of milligrams or other of sodium per cup and over 600 mg of potassium, says Super Iron potassium, But you can't get too much potassium. You know it can upset your sodium, potassium gallons. The unfortunate thing is that most people get way too much sodium. So having a drink like coconut water as a welcome addition to your diet, because it helps to balance out that Sodium, potassium balance. You know the osmotic balance in themselves. And coconut water this interesting. It also contains cytokine ins, which are plant hormones that have been shown to slow the aging process, at least in plants and insects and hopefully in humans as well. But you know that was one of the canoe plants. The Polynesian settlers came to Hawaii with this, and that's why we have so many coconut trees here, as they do in all, all of Polynesia. All right, let's go to the fitness file..

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"journal american medical association" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

06:13 min | 1 year ago

"journal american medical association" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"A robot. Hold on. Let me ask my mom. Sorry. My Webcam is broken. I'm worried they'll get passed around school. Unfortunately, I just had my clothes surgically attached to my body. If they got out, I might never be president. I'm already naked under my clothes. Not even if you were all three Jonas brothers. I have a rash. I have new phobia. I have lizard skin. The more you ask, the less I want to. You're not the boss of me. Nudity makes me bombing. I'm a vampire, so I don't show up in pictures. Anyways, you're badgering has really killed the mood When someone is pressuring you to do something You don't want to. How many ways can you say No, before they get the message? Let us know what that's not cool dot com Brought to you by the Ad Council. See JB Health, Dr Ken grown houses here. I'm Doug Stephan. With some questions. Some of them have to do with the everyday living that we are experiencing with E. The overdoses of people who have the pride. I guess I'm trying to connect the dots here Can the question comes on the number of ER visits for people who are overdosing people who are committing suicide or trying to Because are they afraid if somebody tells you you got the virus, and we had enough scare tactic in the news media to scare some people who have, you know, frail egos or senses himself, So they want to commit suicide rather than go through all this? I think we are only at the beginning of understanding all the collateral damage from both the illness and the treatment of covert 19. And definitely one that's being identified already is, are the mental illness issues They're being brought on the suicides, the Depression, the anxiety And what came out this week, and Jonah Psychiatry Journal American Medical Association. The psychiatry edition is that ER visits are up since covert nineteen's been described For drug overdoses and suicide attempts. And you know people are there's just a lot of anxiety and depression out there right now, because of this People wondering, Are they ever going to get their lives back? Their lives have been, uh Thorne. Ah, part they've lost their jobs. They've lost their businesses. This is real stuff, Uh, states that have closed up so tightly and not let people have any part of their life. So the mental health people have more work than they can handle right now, and just Ask that people be a little patient, and I think by sometime next July and this between July and December, we're gonna get back to our lives. I think the problem is that we haven't news media that's aunty. American in my mind, Much of it is all about scaring everybody ruining who knows what the gain is other than more listeners or viewers and then maybe more advertising dollars. But in terms of responsibility, some of these people are just way out to lunch. And as long as we're in this business about cause and effect, I wanted to talk to you about something that Jack Stockwell and I talked about this week is well on another hour of D. J. V. Health, and that's the report that some 400,000 Americans Have had might have been saved. If there were more people admitting in your profession, the medical profession that Hydro. That thousands. Tens of thousands, perhaps hundreds of thousands of Americans would not have died. Can I think that's a very sad story. You know if anybody starts talking about it like me, you know you're accused of being a wacky person. But there are World famous immunologist, infectious disease specialists, especially one theme medical school in Marseilles. That's been advocating this with with case control data. And it's just a very sad thing. I mean, I've seen the data where it shows it's effective. But then if you start talking about it, you know it's it's like you're a wacky person, and that's because we've been The prejudice here. This is from the American Journal of Medicine. You know, the first to it as the Chinese virus. I mean, I get tired of people. I lost a big account because they said I was a racist because I referred to it as the Chinese virus. Well, what the hell is it? It's not the New Jersey virus. And it isn't the New Zealand virus. It's the Chinese virus started in a lab in in China pushed by the Chinese government. So what the hell else is it? That's what these people are saying. I'm getting off of my horse here a little bit, but In terms of you know what is this after the fact, What good does it do us to know this, But it just shows you the prejudices that come, especially the political prejudices that came as a result of who recognized this early on, and we talked about it, and therefore it was discounted. That's you know, I can. That's That's kind of weird. So how many people are dead? Because off the political ramifications of people who took shots at using this stuff, right? I mean, isn't that the bottom line? Yeah, it Z is sad that it looked like to me that there certainly was potentially very effective and safe opportunity. And then the science that was used to show whether it's safe or effective was designed not to actually test the question, so politics was shocking. Yep, sure was all right. That's.

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"journal american medical association" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"journal american medical association" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Healthy life. Lavash back with doctor came Crone house. I'm Doug Stephan. Going through all of the things mostly covert related information. That's new this week. That helps us to put a hope of positive spin on whatever you're doing to take care of yourself. Here's something that's prettier Singer a couple of items that are connected to your lungs. This is lung problems. I mean, this stuff goes into your lungs. That's where it goes first, right and just sort of because the way the Chinese engineered it, it is engineered to stick. Your lungs to the surface of the lungs, is it not? Well, it Most of it comes in through your nose, so that's why if you're wearing a mask, make sure you cover your nose doing no good, but he can come in through the mouth and sometimes even through the eyes, But most of it's 70% of it comes through the nose. What we learned this week from the Journal American Medical Association Network opens is that more than half of adults hospitalized with covert 19 Doug have diminished lung function four months after they've recovered and returned home. Similar percentage of these patients also had mobility problems, including difficulty walking and just over 17% had symptoms of post traumatic stress disorder four months after hospital discharge. So the concern here is that there really are long term effects of covert 19. And when we have some time I can expand on this because there are a number of them. Well, I think that we ought to talk about that. And the the fact that if you're a smoker now, other than being stupid because you're smoking, that's maybe a little harsh, but it's true. And if you're a former smoker, and you've had co vid What's the ruling on that in terms of how it affects you?.

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"journal american medical association" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"journal american medical association" Discussed on WTOP

"Says the government will buy another 200 million doses of the Corona virus vaccine. His goal to get almost every American vaccinated by the fall. That's 300 million people. CBS NEWS Medical contributor. Dr David Egas joined us earlier to talk about the vaccination plan. So I do think it's achievable to vaccinate the majority of the country by the end of the summer, But it's going to take some work. We're going to have to get two more vaccines approved through the FDA and an emergency use authorization. We're going to have to get other pharmaceutical companies to start to make these vaccines so we can get the production's not just ordered, but actually delivered and going into people's arms, So it's going to take some work. But he's got a remarkable team doing this. And they seem to be hitting on all cylinders at the present time. Yeah, Dr Egas, we've heard a lot We've been reporting day after day that you know governors air having supply issues. They're not being told how much vaccine their states they're going to be getting so they can't really process how much will be available to the public. Is there a chance that under this new plan, and perhaps with the approval of more vaccines that these vaccines will end up in the arms of people in all our states? I certainly hope so. I mean, I think we're going to start to see some federalization of the process, trying to do things more uniformly across the country. But at the same time transparency of the numbers that the state knows when it's going to get its doses. It will use every dose. It has because it knows new ones are coming, and I think that's what's critical is that many of them are holding a lot back saying I don't know what's coming. Let me hold them back. So I have enough for the second doses. And there are significant numbers of the doses in freezers where they really shouldn't be. Dr. Rigas, are we getting enough in from Asian and is there enough effort to help schools reopen sooner as the president wants? But the CDC issued AH paper yesterday Journal American Medical Association, basically saying that if you look at the data over the last six months in schools is not a vector for transmission. So very little child, the child, our child to teacher spread. And when you look at the amount of virus in the schools, it is, in most cases, either equal or lower to the actual community around it. So that is the push to open schools. Now, the hope is as we go there after this paper yesterday is that they be a little bit more prescriptive. Tell schools what they need to do in schools where they were Masters social difference that could actually have good ventilated classroom. The numbers were good in terms of viral infection in schools where they did where they had indoor sports. They had getting together and they didn't work best. The number's actually went up significantly. We have more than 425,000. I think Americans now dead from this virus, and the president did point out that things were going to get worse before they get better. Do you agree with that? Yeah. I think we're going to see tens of thousands of deaths. Unfortunate. Over the next couple weeks, Hospitalizations were going down. Dexter. Going up to death. Remember? Lack hospitalizations by 10 days to 14 days, and then I think we're going to start to see a drop. The question is, Do you think that everyone's mind is? Are these new strains that are more infectious? Going to cause the equivalent of what we call a second way. Are there going to be more and rising infections? Because of this more infectious strain, and you know, in other countries or parts of the world? The answer has been yes. And so we're worried about that here. That is CBS News. Medical contributor. Dr David Vegas. It's 1 14. Thanks for calling 1 800 got junk thistles. Sarah, How can I help? I've been thinking. What have you been thinking about? E cluttering. And what did you decide? I decided I should do it a lot more often. Well, you definitely called the right number. I decided I should declutter more often because it's an important part of a balanced and healthy life. Oh, Tell me more. We shower regularly to get rid of what we've accumulated. Yes. And we cut her hair to get rid of what we've accumulated. Yes, And there are other important things we do just to get rid of what we've accumulated. Have you ever noticed that 1 800 got junk has a question mark at the end of it? Yes. I have noticed that we make junk. Disappear. All I have to do is point all you have to do is point Can you come right now? We're on our way. Call 1 800 God junk or visit 1 800 god junk dot com. Check of.

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"journal american medical association" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

08:19 min | 1 year ago

"journal american medical association" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Where you stand on them. If you're maybe wearing one right now is as I speak. But in any case as the Corona virus pandemic continues, it's important to dispose of used personal protective gear properly. And turns out more and more of these items are washing ashore on beaches across the globe. This is interesting information and probably won't hear it in the mass media. But experts say is threatening the world's oceans and Marine life Scientific Journal Enter Via an environmental science and technology estimates that during the pandemic listen to this 129 billion that's with a B Disposable facemasks are being used every month in the World Economic Forum has predicted that in terms of weight, there will be more plastic than fish in the oceans or in the world's oceans by 20 52,050. Which is only 30 years from now, So make sure you dispose of those single use masks and gloves properly. Gloves, of course, being largely plastic as well. Right. Well, that's so much for facemask pollution that news for wine lovers you might want to tune out if you're a wine connoisseur or simile. A glass of wine A day is not good for you. You might have seen this recent study new study. And, Of course, it's not the first one by any means. There's a string of studies on this that suggest even small amounts of alcohol might actually be hurting your health. Specifically your hearts. Among other things. It was a study published in the European Heart Journal. They tracked over 100,000 participants and found that even people who drink a modest amount of alcohol like one drink a day at an increased risk of atrial fib. Relation, which is worn out and other previous studies and at the risk went up as participants drink more. In other words, 30% higher risk for two drinks. Almost 50% higher for four drinks on if you already have atrial fib relation that's insulting injury so, but it can cause or exacerbated. The research is significant because it could rule out once and for all that that one glass of wine a day is good for your heart. It's not fact. It may be quite the opposite. The report goes on to say that although atrial fibrillation is not heart failure, it can weaken the heart and lead to heart failure. So isn't that special so that one glass appointed day to protect your heart has is recommended in the late press. You've seen it all over. It's not recommended in the medical press, or at least not the recent medical press and Course, if you want to rationalize or justify it, you can just bury your head in the sand. And he drinking and, you know, hopefully won't have Tonto reap the consequences. But at least you were four warrant, So don't make a daily habit out of it. Just, you know, keep it for a special occasion. I mean, Nothing is wrong with an occasional drink, But people think of an occasional drink as on Leah dinner. I only drink that at night. You know they're you know, moderation is all over the Napa's first people. It's kind of like promiscuity. Right? This is it. Somebody that's promiscuous that someone who has more sex than you do, but along the same lines, you know, maybe somebody that's alcoholic is somebody that drinks more than you. I don't know. But that's the best analogy, but so much for alcohol in moderation. You know, keep keep it. It's like caffeine, Caffeine, the most popular world's most popular psychoactive drug, Um, if it was, by the way, if it was discovered today, it would be regulated because it has so many side effects, but because it's a part of foods and so ingrained in our culture. But with caffeine. I mean, I You know, I've never had a cup of coffee before. But I occasionally indulged in of green tea or dark chocolate or something like that. But it's not in every day or several times a day Occurrence. It Z every now and then. And so, And actually, caffeine is beneficial in that regard to where you don't become. You know, your body doesn't build up a tolerance to it. So Make for athletic events, etcetera. So excuse me, all right, moving on the kind of myself Boxer Top 10 little known virus facts that you need to know. One is that shingles could raise your risk for stroke and heart attack. Singles is the virus that same virus that causes chickenpox. The carousel of zoster virus that analysis of more than 20. Years of research, published in the Public Library of Science, found that even one case of shingles associated with increased Significantly increased risk of brain and heart events also, let's see what else do we Oh, here we go home. Was it? Uh, Rabies? Okay, um I was going to save this one for the last one. Go. Oh, come right now. You know, in spite of the fact that a few 100,000 people have died of the the Knot Evil, a virus that covered 19 virus. Rabies is the most deadly virus known to man. Nearly 100% of people who get infected with Rabies die from it, making it the most lethal known virus. In fact, today, listen to this. Only 14. People have survived the disease after showing symptoms, and it's nearly 100% 100% preventable with the vaccine, according to the CDC. Now, even if you get the vaccine after infection, if you get it soon enough, the shots will work even after being exposed to prevent infection, But you know, once you get once these symptoms exhibited, it's very you know, it's nearly 100% fatal. And if you can't touch your chin to your chest, call your doctor. Why would I say that? Willis, Stiff sore neck is one of the first signs of viral meningitis. That's a serious stillness that may follow exposure to many common viruses, including those that cause herpes or the flu, influenza and measles. And if you have cold or flu like symptoms that progress to a severe headache, light sensitivity Lethargy anyway. If If that's happening, and you have cold or flu like symptoms that progress towards the very heavy light sensitivity as well as lethargy, and next next was staff that you can't easily bend it forward. You want to call your doctor immediately because that could be a classic sign of viral meningitis. Also, you can get rid of one of the viruses that cause warts, the main one that causes words with duct tape. It's the best. It's the best remedy and infection with the human papilloma virus, and when it causes works the bumps, they're usually benign and they go event away. Eventually on their own. The one home remedy that may speed up the healing time is covering them with duct tape. This, according to a study published in the Journal American Medical Association pediatrics. Researchers found that duct tape therapy Aziz they call it was significantly more effective than cryotherapy than freezing off of the warts, which is a common treatment for Fort of addressing words. The HPV virus. Now, if you're overweight, very overweight, you need to be extra cautious because of these people are contagious with the flu virus 42% longer than those who are not Toby's so Not only are they more susceptible, but they are also carriers almost almost 50% longer this, according to research in the Journal of Infectious Diseases, And because of the city is like so many health problems that may affect your immune system. And excess weight, of course, can also make your flu shot less effective. So that's another reason to lose weight and follow my diet. Step that I open the show with all right couple other little known virus facts that you need to know. Secondhand smoke increases your risk of getting sick. Well, you know that first or second hand smoke damages your lungs. But that goes double when you're sick, because it also weakens your immunity and can make kash congestion and coughing. Worse, So breaking down your immune system is, uh, it's even more Dylan Cherries to your health.

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"journal american medical association" Discussed on Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored

Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored

05:24 min | 1 year ago

"journal american medical association" Discussed on Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored

"All right. thank you for all for listing. Here i see where you have some that just got back to the board and thank you so much for listening. But if you're you're a hanging here a little bit more i want to just go through some some other topics because i saved Four you should maybe just talk about right now is if you don't think were being used abused folded schooled there. There is a danish newspaper that is revealing one of the largest studies or masks. And guess what. The new england journal journal american medical association. The lancet have rejected this study. Because they said it wasn't politically correct. Now where is all this stuff. We're going to follow the science. A large study out of a large dana. Study about people wearing mass. They can't even get their research published because it's not politically correct and is being The journals one incident said can be perceived as being controversial. So you get these you get that. Now they want us to wear masks but you show a study that is opposite and that masters nothing for the general population and nothing for an individual a boat by himself out in the gulf of mexico wearing a mask is that's why they have instructions on shampoo bottles. I guess rejected by the lancet. New england journal american medical association. Jama it is controversial not following science in this case. Cdc is not following science. So let's say if these researchers involved in this study see what happens to this report on it. But it's reported in literature that this study and it size unique in the world and the purpose was once and for all to clarify the extent to which the use of mass public space would provide protection against corona envir- corona infection can't get it published. They cannot get it published ladies and gentlemen in credible been a physician for over fifty five years. I cannot believe what's happening to my country and my my profession.

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"journal american medical association" Discussed on Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored

Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored

05:24 min | 1 year ago

"journal american medical association" Discussed on Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored

"All right. thank you for all for listing. Here i see where you have some. I just got back to the board and thank you so much for listening. But if you're you're a hanging here a little bit more. I want to just go through some some other topics because i saved Four you should maybe just talk about right now is if you don't think were being used abused folded schooled there. There is a danish newspaper that is revealing one of the largest studies or masks. And guess what. The new england journal journal american medical association. The lancet have rejected this study. Because they said it wasn't politically correct. Now where is all this stuff. We're going to follow the science. A large study out of a large dana. Study about people worry mass. They can't even get their research published because it's not politically correct and is being The journals one incident said can be perceived as being controversial. So you get these you get that. Now they want us to wear masks but you show a study that is opposite and that masters nothing for the general population and nothing for an individual a boat by himself out in the gulf of mexico wearing a mask is that's why they have instructions on shampoo bottles. I guess rejected by the lancet. New england journal american medical association. Jama it is controversial not following science in this case. Cdc is not following science. So let's say if these researchers involved in this study see what happens to this report on it. But it's reported in literature that this study and it size unique in the world and the purpose was once and for all to clarify the extent to which the use of mass in public space would provide protection against corona envir- corona infection. They can't get it published. They cannot get it published. Ladies and gentlemen in credible been physician for over fifty five years. I cannot believe what's happening to my country and my my profession.

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"journal american medical association" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

06:55 min | 2 years ago

"journal american medical association" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Have to do this now so many times a week it would boggle your mind so I've learned about it ninety three you get ninety three percent blood oxygen all crisis time you got covert nineteen patients coming in with blood oxygen levels in the seventies they should be dead they should be gasping for air their helmets should be replacing their brain should be shut down and they're not they're able to walk in there ambulatory that's making critical care doctors suspected that blood levels of oxygen which for decades have driven decisions about breathing support for patients with pneumonia and acute respiratory distress might be misleading them about how to care for people with covert nineteen a particular more and more doctors are concerned about the use of intimation and mechanical ventilators they argue that more patience could receive simple learnt noninvasive respiratory support such as the breathing masks used in sleep apnea in a C. pap machines at least to start with and maybe for the duration of the C. pap machine on these people put a mask over her mouth over over the nose and forced air into their mouth and nose you don't have to hook up to a ventilator that reads for them we just do it show Han Joppa internal medicine physician at Boston's Brigham and women's hospital said I think we may indeed be able to support a subset of these patients I think we have to be more nuanced about who we can debate once you intimate somebody it's it's it's tough to get people off metal layers once you put him on there once you want once they forget how to breed once they become accustom to breeding machine doing it for it's tough it's always a big moment of truth when they tell a pen paper to turn a breathing machine off just breed that they panic now none of this means the letters are not necessary or the hospitals are wrong to fear running out but doctors as they learn more about Covance nineteen MA question old dog mom about blood oxygen and the need for ventilators they might be able to substitute simpler and more widely available devices I hear the numbers and oxygen saturation laid below a saturation rate below ninety three percent the normals ninety five to a hundred percent mine's always around ninety eight ninety I sometimes I have a hundred defense one time it was at ninety three in the just to get in touch with him ninety three I'm fine look at me I'm fine number Sir you should be on the road to death no no look at me I'm breathing I'm fine I'm looking right at you number sorry you should be in trouble I'm not in trouble but you get to the seven days I don't even wait for you to talk about it they just they they run you off to the nearest emergency room I can't but people showing up in the seventies on these things and the doctors can't believe it understandably an oxygen saturation rate below old not blood oxygen out of oxygen in your blood stream ninety three below ninety three percent has long been taken as a sign of potential hypoxia and impending organ damage before the coronavirus when the oxygen level dipped below ninety three percent of doctors supported their breathing with noninvasive devices like C. pap N. bi level positive airway pressure ventilators that would be bi pap both work via tube into a face mask but because in some patients with covert nineteen blood oxygen levels fall to hardly ever seen levels into the seventies even lower doctors are incubating them sooner data from China suggested that early innovation would keep coronavirus patient's heart liver and kidneys from failing due to hypoxia this been the whole thing driving decisions about breeding support knock him out put him on a ventilator yeah if they show up below ninety three percent it's panic time but they're showing up at seventy percent are still ambulatory and they're able to breathe it's it's one of the oddities and I can't figure it out now the first batch of evidence his doctors learn more about this disease they're questioning how and how often mechanical ventilators should be used the first batch evidence relates to how often the machines failed to help are you ready you will hear some shocking numbers contrary to the impression that if extremely ill patients with covert nineteen or treated with ventilators they will live and if they are not treated with the letters they will die the reality is far different in the United States study of patients in Seattle only one of the seven patients older than seventy put on a ventilator survived only thirty six percent of those younger than seventy on a ventilator survived in a study published by the journal American medical association on Monday doctors in Italy reported nearly ninety percent of thirteen hundred critically ill patients were intubated and put on a ventilator only eleven percent receive noninvasive ventilation twenty five percent died in the I. C. U. fifty eight percent were still in the ICO sixty percent of been discharged but not being put on a ventilator has a higher survivability rate than people being put on ventilators this is what they can't figure out they're on the means are the way the figuring of tests and studies and so forth going on researchers in a wool hand for whatever it's worth here reported that thirty seven critically ill all covert nineteen patients put on ventilators thirty of the thirty seven died in a month in a US study again the patients in Seattle only one of the seven patients older than seventy on a ventilator survive six died thirty six percent of those younger than seventy survived forty four percent is a fit of about sixty four percent perished in a study published Monday yeah the numbers go to Italy but it's website called stat S. TATT we will link to it at Rush Limbaugh dot com not gonna take a break and we'll get started with you on the phones when we get back Limbaugh.

"journal american medical association" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

11:09 min | 2 years ago

"journal american medical association" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Glistening it's well published on my site every day to my website so why not get rid of these diseases why not avoid cold water extractors the reason that people under the age of sixty five all the way down to thirteen years of age Diane Cole Moberg factors is not just the elderly is because their immuno compromised and I have it here the cure is to either diet people traditionally eight and that's the starch based diet let me give you six fifty each in China during the H. one and one clue compared to Toronto where they eat the American diet the death rate would drop so forty years ago was twice as high as the China let me give you a current example Italy northern Italy has a death rate of about eight times what it is I want you to focus on what they eat in northern Italy which is a reflection of what the youth in Spain which is a reflection of the western diet which will even U. S. L. much there that two countries like the US South Korea China where people are still on a diet based on rice the fruits of vegetables they have Jerry from minimalist stance and if they have me well not the mothers trying to it's not a bad meat more than once a day I mean it's rare and this all changed in nineteen eighty and nineteen eighty the journal American medical association back to two thirteen or thirteen the general medical medical social records it was also Chinese and they said before nineteen eighty the Chinese people had fewer than one percent chance of the ball type diabetes and since nineteen eighty thirty five years they develop population was twelve percent I have co morbid factor of type two diabetes and that clear half of Chinese population suffers from pre diabetes so you know what I'm trying to say is look around you and everybody sensor all Americans are overweight they have high blood sugars your email compromise another words don't start thinking you'll don't have caramels comorbid factors you are at high risk now the nice thing is is with them well I run a ten day program I have dated the expense over here in Oregon health and science university the good news is is that when people hear this message and for example we deem and corn and rice and do you read a few vegetables and fruits and you give up things they're gonna rock soon when your electricity goes off in your refrigerator if you think you're gonna fill your refrigerator with chicken fish beef or cheese and set their Jerry what's going on and expect to eat your shop now I have a hundred pounds of food sitting in my storage room and I'll be able to eat in fact Merion I plan on P. for the next two months and all we have to do is take the beans and dried corn and rice and I'm sorry I D. like you know like human beings as prostate I just finished a rice and curry dishes yeah caters in corn all it's missing is the yellow and brown disgusting okay now owners disease causing food that Americans have become accustomed to that they cannot eat less they cover with ketchup partial so we get that giving up is nothing what your opinion is the loss of coal morbid disease as a chance to not only survive cold more Colbert nineteen but you've become tram integrated eight to sixteen pounds a month your type two diabetes correctly within seven days are you beat up your cancer chemotherapy immune suppressive drugs I mean we're a situation where there are no drugs right no prevention there are no vaccinations and those who think that modern medicine is there come up with a doctor for these problems you're the same ones that dream the Martian surface of the earth the solar aliens and they're going to give humanity not only a clean atmosphere but they're going to kill all the cronies and they're going to take and solve your problems not well we started the conversation by saying your I. car realistic people so so you have nothing let's talk about what you really do have and how you can save your family and community and it cost you twenty percent less than you have and save the planet and boil boy you get me off on that sometimes is that you said you it is dated rice corn beans and accredited in the old meal really good food now I'm going to refer people to to your website which they can link up to through coast to coast A. M. dot com but only because I know Tom Dan Heiser was telling me about this earlier and I know many other people are doing it how do you feel about apple cider vinegar by the way a lot of people looking at this is being kind of a cute you would or wouldn't I would be a good taste and it's possible but I would drink it because they had a miraculous stop properties I've done casual review of taking supplements which would be vitamins or natural medicinal remedies and I've looked at vitamin C. look at on all kinds of different plant stage to return if you take that can I have your name system well I wish I was convinced I've been a doctor for over half a century I have pushed more drugs in a drug pusher and quite honestly the ones that are offered up topside pharmaceutical companies they're good when it comes to acute problems they are complete say when it comes to chronic diseases people say well you know it's a failure of the type of Isola drugs we make and that you are look to plant parts to take and changer help well I I think your night forgery waste very little money would take very little rest so go ahead but I I totally accept that will limit so let me go to something that I saw on your video tape which I thought was very interesting is that you are not anti vaccination except when it comes to the influenza vaccines and I'm assuming that you're referencing back to what you talked about earlier in the hour where the vaccines that they give us for the flu are all based on flus that have already happened and therefore you believe are less effective or meaningless for fighting flus going forward yeah you've got exactly right previous or present the activations made against blues are against loser and genetic drift and they have changed or they are different blue fire says that we have no experience with actually make a vaccine gasoline it's gonna be the same as previous ones and they're wrong every time and you know they're wrong because when you walk into the supermarket or there's you know there's an altar message here when you walk into the supermarket what is safe we say if you take the flu shot we'll give you ten percent off your groceries I'm suspicious I can't call I'll give her an order not to shop when I've seen you know third tier modems for selling shops that don't work and yet every year they come out in the Medical Center they say it didn't work this year but you ought to take it anyways because there is evidence that it was worth your while what was the evidence I I just complete review I did all the studies done giving flu vaccine and the results a lot of money to be made but I want you to know that all my children grandchildren are fully immunized against ETP's polio I'm not gonna throw away the wash water the wash water I'm a doctor who's seen a dip yeah tetanus polio I've been around a long time people get on a guy from and I'm gonna give my fans and my family every advantage that you have sold you know another anti vaccination people out there and I feel the same way about uses vaccines but hate everything is okay now but they might not be next week by kids may be living in trenches they may be getting shot at they may be yet infected with smallpox so I'm going to prepare my family for next week and the week after and so on and are also among the world with unprepared immune system all right now so I I think that you should because I don't I have never had much success with flu vaccines so I don't get the shark meat every year yeah and I I I had one one year I had the vaccine I think there are twice in my life I've got the vaccine each time I've gotten sick and I thought I'm not for that week every other time I was well I mean I'm not I'm not saying if they didn't offer a vaccine for this one if they if it was deemed defective that I wouldn't be interested but tell us what you think I only have a minute to get to give me a minute answer on this is if they came to you and said we have a we have a vaccine now four cove in nineteen everybody's got to take it so we can end it would you take it absolutely because there's no antigenic correct so they will be a deluded virus respond to next year when it comes back it's all ready to go knocking out absolutely and then I would be on the front line was already compromised already infected people I'd be out there you know you know I am seventy three years old live all life from I'm waiting for the phone call that said Dr John McDougall your license you know how to put an IV in somebody's arm to god somebody's trachea we want you on the front lines again I have all of my own family right line it could happen it could happen right so we're coming up coming up on the on the top of the hour then after it will give you the numbers you can join the conversation next for Dr John McDougall he says this is the United States we could lose two point two million it's Jamie progresses number one number two employee leave a message at the paging.

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"journal american medical association" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"journal american medical association" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

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

"journal american medical association" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

04:44 min | 2 years ago

"journal american medical association" Discussed on KTOK

"Reverse heart disease and you don't are the February two our American cancer society guidelines say that fundamental to cancer therapy should be the diet that I recommend and no doctors recommend it I can tell you right now here broom Terrick rightist movements also have colitis Crohn's disease etcetera Bob in my hands are as common as curing constipation in other words people get a sense of relief from forty seven days and if you're not here and I really need it and I will I will put up the data for the cure heart disease diabetes and the care of autoimmune diseases any medical professionals listening for any signs of glistening it's well published on my scientific data my website so why not get rid of these diseases why not avoid cold water in factors the reason that people under the age of sixty five all the way down to thirteen years of age Diane Cole Moberg factors it's not just the elderly is because their immuno compromised and I have it here the cure is to eat a diet that people traditionally eight and that the starch based diet let me give you six issues in China during the H. one and one clue compared to Toronto where they eat the American diet are the death rate will drop so forty years ago was twice as high as the China let me give you a current example Italy northern Italy have the death rate about eight times what it is I want you to focus on what they eat in northern Italy which is a reflection of what the youth in Spain which is a reflection of the western diet which will even U. S. how much did that to countries like the US South Korea China but people are still on a diet based on right the fruits of vegetables they have Gerry from minimalist stance and they had me well not the mothers trying to it's not a bad meat more than once a day I mean it's rare and this all changed in nineteen eighty and nineteen eighty the journal American medical association thank you to thirteen point thirteen journal medical medical suction record results of Chinese and they said before nineteen eighty the Chinese people at your them R. one percent chance of the ball quite diabetes and since nineteen eighty thirty five years they develop population was twelve percent have co morbid factor type two diabetes and that clear half of Chinese population suffers from prediabetes so you know what I'm trying to say is look around you and everybody dance all Americans are overweight they have high blood sugars your email compromise another words don't start thinking you'll don't have caramels comorbid factors you are at high risk now the nice thing is is within well I run a ten day program I have data that spans over here in Oregon health and science university the good news is is that when people hear this message and for example we deem and corn and rice and you eat a few vegetables and fruits and you give up things that are rock soon when your electricity goes off in your refrigerator if you think you're gonna fill your refrigerator with chicken fish beef or cheese and set their during what's going on and expect to eat yourself now I have a hundred pounds of food in in in my storage room and R. O. B. L. E. in fact Merion I plan on P. for the next two months and all we have to do is take the beans and dried corn and the right and I pray I eat like you know like human beings it's costly I just finished a rice curry dishes yeah caters in corn all it's missing is the yellow and brown instructing okay now holders disease causing that Americans have become accustomed to that they cannot eat unless they cover it with ketchup start our salt only get that giving up is nothing what your opinion is the loss of coal morbid disease as a chance.

"journal american medical association" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

08:46 min | 2 years ago

"journal american medical association" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Dot com all right I promised we were talking about aspirin here can and what it may do there are a lot of the week you know this is like science does this have you and I talk a lot and sometimes are you a little bit about science is proving itself somebody says aspirins good for is somebody else's aspirins bad for you I've I've stopped taking any me baby aspirins on your advice and yet it looks to me like I ought to be doing a little of it if I'm worried about having any kind of cancer well the reason why aspen is become so confusing is because it was a large study showing they taking aspirin low dose aspirin eighty one milligrams a day also called baby aspirin to prevent the first heart attack was not effective it is because more a GI irritation and that study has confused so many people because they got so much front page information but the important thing in that study is that if you did not get into that study if you had any plaque in your corners so every person in that study had zero plaque their corners so we're still keeping patients on aspirin to prevent the first heart attack if they have known plaque in their corners and more just eliminating those who take aspirin to prevent if they don't have any plaque in the courts and that is a very important distinction which has not been made clear in the front pages of the press but the new information is either yes in the end I can't tell you I wish I had a recording that how many times I've had to discuss that with patience as they've read about and heard about aspirin not being helpful for prevention which is not only part of the story it's helpful for preventing the first heart attack only it it is helpful we're still keeping people on if they have plaque in their corners so big distinction they're not well discussed in the media and but well discussed on good day hell right yeah but it is so right now so with the new information this week at the journal American medical association with regards to aspirin prevention doesn't deal with the heart but it deals with cancer and what we learned is that using aspirin this low dose aspirin three times per week reduces the risk for death among those with certain types of cancer so see and this was an older people seniors people sixty five and older with prostate long colorectal or ovarian cancer who used aspirin three or more times per week our fifteen percent less likely to die from their disease than those who did not use it at all and those with G. eyeing colorectal cancers benefit the most from aspirin use lowering their risk for death by more than twenty five percent all right there is very important information would seem to me so absolutely so he is so hard so what do you say to me what I'm your patient what do I do about aspen well you have to sit down and look at your family risks for these items and and and make a decision and what you know if you have if you have a family history of GI colorectal cancer may not be a bad idea to think about adding a little bit of aspirin to use tear regiment I think this has to be individualized for each person right okay that's the important thing is different for everybody correct like the impact of most anything even though the Jinan projects here was the ninety nine point nine percent of our bodies are all the same chemically we react differently to different things some people are bothered for example by drinking beer I couldn't drink a full bottle of beer of my life and not have any impact my life depended on it I know guys my mother although she was now calling to put away all kinds of beer a friend of mine big guys six four could drink a six pack of beer and it wouldn't have any impact on him whatsoever and all that to chemically yeah the this small amount of genetic variability has a huge impact on us so so when you give out the numbers it doesn't sound like a lot but but the differences are huge in terms of how we live our lives right okay next up the FDA has approved the first contact the lands that slows myopia progression because we don't know what my beer is first before you understand what this is a contact lens is actually going to do for us can well my LP is near sighted this where you have trouble seeing things you know far away right and so Mr site that's the name of this product and this was approved by the FDA it's the first contact lens indicated to slow the progression of myopia in children ages eight to twelve years and again this has been approved by the FDA so we're not talking theoretically here it's a single use disposable soft contact lens and it should be discarded after one day use and are not intended to be worn overnight they indicated to correct in slow progression of myopia in children with healthy eyes in like a standard corrective lenses one part of the Mister site contact lens corrects the refractive error to improve distance vision and concentric peripheral rings in the lands is also focus part of the light in front of the retina to reduce the stimulus causing myopia progression so this is really pretty amazing during the three during the entire three years children who wore Mr site plans is had less progression of myopia compared with those who wore conventional soft contact lenses researchers also found that children who wore Mr site lenses had less change in the axial length of the eyeball each yearly check up and no serious ocular adverse effects reported for any of the patients using Mr side to this is a pretty important breakthrough at high tech way to slow down the the problem with kids at not being able to see distances see makes you laugh is this for children it enough for adults well it is this this particular device contact lens just for kids but I would imagine this will be they'll be a product tested in adults and blah blah blah round blah blah blah she is the technical medical dark chocolate and blah blah blah but we know well you'll you'll see a device that will be developed and then tested and hopefully it has the same benefit and effect but it needs to rid the blob of lies is the development and in research and then we'll report it hopefully sooner than later I just want to mention a call to action this week the it was reported this is really of great concern to me it was reported eighteen percent of American adolescents have pre diabetes and that's really just unbelievable pre diabetes is usually due to being overweight a it's when the blood sugar is between a hundred a hundred and twenty five it's higher than it should be but it's not yet at Frank diabetes and if you don't make adjustments in the diet this means cutting back on white flour products if you don't get into an exercise program you are going to get diabetes and eighteen percent of U. S. adolescents this is way too high and you know spend the day with me you'll see all the horrible impacted diabetes so this isn't a warning it can be prevented yep all right in a moment I want to connect the dots between here dies in straight mirrors and then have a certain risk for certain types of women we'll talk about a new study with doctor can in a moment now time for us to bring your attention your focus around in the U. is the look of your teeth when you smile in the mirror you like we're just saying we're talking earlier about brushing your teeth and that's one way of keeping here eating a well is another way coffee tea wine and smoking because among other things your teeth to get less than bright as that for positive way Bernie they.

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"journal american medical association" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

08:47 min | 2 years ago

"journal american medical association" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Show dot com all right I promised we would talk about aspirin here can and what it may do there a lot of the we know this is like science does this have you and I talk a lot and sometimes are you a little bit about science is proving itself somebody says aspirins good for is somebody else's aspirins bad for you I've I've stopped taking any me baby aspirins on your advice and yet it looks to me like I ought to be doing a little of it if I'm worried about having any kind of cancer well the reason why aspen is become so confusing is because it was a large study showing they taking aspirin low dose aspirin eighty one milligram today also called baby aspirin to prevent the first heart attack was not effective it is because more it's G. I. area Tatian and that study has confused so many people is that so much front page information but the important thing in that study is that you did not get into that study if you had any plaque in your corners so every person in that study had zero plaque in their corners so we're still keeping patients on aspirin to prevent the first heart attack if they have known plaque in their corners and more just eliminating those who take aspirin to prevent if they don't have any plaque in the courts and that is a very important distinction which has not been made clear in the front pages of the press but the new information is either yes and and happy I can't tell you I wish I had a recording that how many times I've had to discuss that with patience as they've read about and heard about aspirin not being helpful for prevention which is not only part of the story it's helpful for preventing the first heart attack only it it is helpful we're still keeping people on if they have plaque in their corners so big distinction they're not well discussed in the media and but well discussed on good day hell right yeah but it is so what yeah so with the new information this week at the journal American medical association with regards to aspirin prevention doesn't deal with the heart but it deals with cancer and what we learned is that using aspirin this low dose aspirin three times per week reduces the risk for death among those with certain types of cancer so see and this was an older people seniors people sixty five and older with prostate long colorectal or ovarian cancer who used aspirin three or more times per week our fifteen percent less likely to die from their disease than those who did not not use it at all and those with G. eyeing colorectal cancers benefit the most from aspirin use lowering their risk for death by more than twenty five percent all right there is very important information would seem to me sell it absolutely so he is so hard so what do you say to me what I am your patient what do I do about aspen well you have to sit down and look at your family rests for these items and and and make a decision and what you know if you have if you have a family history of GI colorectal cancer may not be a bad idea to think about adding a little bit of aspirin to use tear regiment I think this has to be individualized for each person right okay that's the important thing is different for everybody correct like the impact of most anything even though the Jinan projects here was the ninety nine point nine percent of our bodies are all the same chemically we react differently to different things some people are bothered for example by drinking beer I couldn't drink a full bottle of beer of my life and not have any impact my life depended on it I know guys my mother although she was now calling to put away all kinds of beer a friend of mine big guys six four could drink a six pack of beer and it wouldn't have any impact on him whatsoever at all the D. chemically act the this small amount of genetic variability has a huge impact on us so so when you give out the numbers it doesn't sound like a lot but but the differences are huge in terms of how we live our lives right okay next up the FDA has approved the first contact the lands that slows myopia progression I guess we don't know what my beer is first before you understand what this is a contact lens is actually going to do for us can well my LP is near sighted this where you have trouble seeing things you know far away right and so Mr site that's the name of this product and this was approved by the FDA it's the first contact lens indicated to slow the progression of myopia in children ages eight to twelve years and again this has been approved by the FDA so we're not talking theoretically here it's a single use disposable soft contact lens and it should be discarded after one day use and are not intended to be worn overnight they indicated to correct in slow progression of myopia in children with healthy eyes in like a standard corrective lenses one part of the Mister site contact lens corrects the refractive error to improve distance vision and concentric peripheral rings in the lands is also focus part of the light in front of the retina to reduce the stimulus causing myopia progression so this is really pretty amazing during the three during the entire three years children who wore Mr site plans is had less progression of myopia compared with those who wore conventional soft contact lenses researchers also found that children who wore Mr site lenses had less change in the axial length of the eyeball each yearly check up and no serious ocular adverse effects reported for any of the patients using Mr side to this is a pretty important breakthrough at high tech way to slow down the the problem with kids at not being able to see distances see makes you laugh hello this is just for children it offered out well it is this this particular device contact lens just for kids but I would imagine this will be they'll be a product tested in adults and blah blah blah room blah blah blah and that technical medical doc what are good and blah blah blah but we know well you'll you'll see a device that will be developed and then tested and hopefully it has the same benefit and effect but it needs to rid the blob of lies is the development and in research and then we'll report it hopefully sooner than later I just want to mention a call to action this week the it was reported this is really of great concern to me it was reported eighteen percent of American adolescents have pre diabetes and that's really just unbelievable pre diabetes is usually due to being overweight a it's when the blood sugar is between a hundred a hundred and twenty five it's higher than it should be but it's not yet at Frank diabetes and if you don't make adjustments in the diet this means cutting back on white flour products if you don't get into an exercise program you are going to get diabetes and eighteen percent of U. S. adolescents this is way too high and you know spend the day with me you'll see all the horrible impacted diabetes so this isn't a warning it can be prevented yep all right in a moment I want to connect the dots between here dies in straight nurs and then have a certain risk for certain types of women we'll talk about a new study with doctor can in a moment now time for us to bring your attention your focus around in the the look of your teeth when you smile in the mirror you like we're just saying we're talking earlier about brushing your teeth and that's one way of keeping here eating well is another way coffee tea wine and smoking because among other things your teeth to get less than bright as that for positive way Bernie they.

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"journal american medical association" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

14:19 min | 3 years ago

"journal american medical association" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"Please check them out if you're in the market for a mattress or if your mattress is getting old we really appreciate it. Okay okay moving on the Ilan. Omar Story has just exploded folks again what I find outlandish outlandish. I'm I don't WanNa say unbelievable because it is believable. Given how awful the mainstream media is joe is how you can continue to scrutinize the background of Donald Trump while finding no evidence of illegal behavior at all and yet the evidence that Ilhan Omar may have married her brother. This is a Democrat Democrat congresswoman with a heavy following the evidence is now overwhelming and the media is entirely completely uninterested interested in this story and you know you're onto something something when the conservative when the excuse me when the conspiracy theory blogs the daily beast media matters the whackos right when they start picking up on the story Joe as I've said before and they start warning conservatives don't go near this story you conservatives and we just give them the double barrel Middle Finger because I don't the deal with blogs with like ten or twelve years humiliating them. They're really worried about this Ilhan Omar story what happened daily caller piece again in the show notes today great articles in the show she will be much more informed when you're done daily caller piece. Check this out totally worth your time. There's a tweet that is Han Omar deleted Ilhan Omar. It was an older tweed. Why did she delete the street? Let's check out the tweet I this is. This is the tweet so this was back in two thousand thirteen sixteen two thousand thirteen. This is verified account. She said Happy Fathers Day to my boo. I'm sorry but I don't the new site I am forever grateful to Allah for giving me the best father and it goes on links to an instagram so just to be clear. We're and tell you how this relates to her. Belatedly marrying her brother which is really deeply disturbing obviously Omar deleted that tweet and has been trying to hide the identity of her father for a long time now to give both both sides if there are side but again I'll do it. The New York Times won't do for Conservatives her staff put out a statement today saying well you know saieed means something like happy light and it's just something something we said and whatever and she still trying to hide the fact that there's a relationship obviously with this guy in the war site now. Why does this matter okay because Omar is alleged to have married? Her brother Ahmed no war saieed elme in two thousand nine she denies of of course this is her brother while sees married to a med. No War Saieed by the way she's in a relationship with another guy. I think his name is Hersi. It's Hershey who she has a child with Ilhan Omar then formerly divorces what's allegedly her brother are bad no or Sii divorces him and says. I've never seen him again. She divorces him at twenty twelve. So you track in two thousand nine marries. The alleged should brother mad no war site so the son of newer saieed who she wishes happy father's Day. She divorced him in two thousand twelve since I don't know where he is. I've never seen him and of course is the fact that this could be your brother leaves that out of the whole divorce thing. She send married to another Guy Hersi who she has a child man well. Here's a fascinating photo of the guy C claims to not know and not be the brother anymore who left her remember. She married his question. She married this guy questions. When's the last time she seen him? She Says Twenty twelve and I've never seen him again and he's not my brother. So you get you get her. Take on this take his he's not my brother Ahmed Nawar say and I haven't seen him since two thousand twelve. Well hats it powerline blog. Here's a fascinating pictures zoolander daily caller story today to you can check this out of the brother. I'm Ed now me. Amid nowhere. Say You tell me well. I'm GONNA leave this kind of family friendly but for those watching on Youtube you could see a picture of the same guy she sayings on her brother who she hasn't seen again in two thousand twelve holding a baby this is her for her former husband and he says quote nieces fresh out of the female anatomy. Leave it at that that picture was taken a day after Ilan Omar gave birth okay so ill had Omar gives birth to a child yeah. The guy saying is not her brother but was an ex husband. She's never seen before. She has seen after two thousand twelve then appears in a photo on Instagram in a twenty twelve photo saying that his niece was just bored after Ilhan Omar gave birth. This is the guy she's married to. The verdict is in folks determine playoff going. I forget who said play. All the playoffs can't don't play. It gets worse Joe so remember she saying okay. This guy wasn't my brother and I haven't seen him since two thousand twelve well. Here's another photo hello from the daily caller piece which is there's multiple hat tips and also I think it's David Steinberg his photo but you can see them all. I don't WanNa make sure to give proper attribution. Here's a photo Oh taken well after twenty twelve real hot Omar and the brother the exact same guy remember. She's telling the court after she divorced this guy hi alleged to be the brother that she's never seen him again but this is a picture well after twenty twelve of her with the brother saying fun fun night with the ATM crew Hashtag London trip making matters even worse. Here's here's another photo of Ilhan Omar sister's marriage certificate now. This is going to be tough to read but I'll just wrap this story up with this one again. This is in the daily caller piece piece in the marriage certificate. Ilhan Omar sister lists the father. The father is listed and this may be a David Steinberg photo too so I had to there. I want to make sure I give attribution. This sister lists. The father has no ore saieed. The Same Guy Ilhan Omar in her now deleted needed tweet is wishing happy father's day to in the beginning same guy who is the father to the brother brother who she allegedly buried folks again. I know the media doesn't care about these stories. I know evidence Vince doesn't matter anymore but what's fascinating is you ran for two years a hoax a collusion hoax easily discredited by a first grader with with with with with two or three functioning neurons and you have overwhelming evidence of an enormous scandal amongst a member of the US Congress and a potential marriage fraud and you ignore this story completely. This is the breaking news weather because a lot of stuff in the path the breaking news and the daily caller piece was that Omar's now deleted that tweet about the twenty thousand. Why would you delete that? Why what are you trying to high but of course the mainstream media will cover for it because that's just what they do? It's really pathetic attic alright. I've been teased it all week and I'm sorry I didn't get the vaping story but there was just a lot going on the cavenaugh. Stuff was was just all over the place so I had to cover that. I owed with you but I for a few days now. I've been working on the the way to best sum up. What's going on with this vaping story? The story is this just to be clear. There is not a vaping ban okay the president gave a press avail in the White House in there he mentioned that him and his FDA we're looking into a new regulatory structure for flavored vaping products under the allegation that target kids. I WanNa be clear on where I stand because because I owe that to you you spend time with me. I owe you my honest opinion. I I support the president. You know that I do not on this. I think this this is a bad move. I think it's a mistake having said that I understand respect and read your emails. Many of you don't like like that. That's okay. That's why my emails out there. Okay some of you email me this. Is I have kids. They're targeting this the kids I don't like hit. The government needs to get involved. I get it I am not disrespecting your. That's the great part about the United States of America and my show I listened. Listen to your emails. Most hosts dump right Joe. You're in radio. Most don't even read them. I'm simply suggesting to you that my opinion my opinion. You don't have embrace it is I'm a parent and that's my job to war on. Drugs was a failure prohibition was a failure. This stuff is all all been an abysmal failure. It is a cultural problem and I believe we as parents. That's our job now. Some of you may say it is but we need some help by the government find. That's not my opinion. I don't think the government should be getting involved in the vaping industry outside of preventing a public threat in other words. Let's say these vaping things were contaminated with cyanide. That's different right but if people WANNA make bad decisions then those people should be free to make really bad decisions and those bad decisions. Those people should suffer the consequences of those decisions big boy rules. I call it now. vaping doe does have a legitimate purpose. There are people who are addicted to traditional all cigarettes and most of the studies have shown that vaping contrast is traditional smoke smoking is safer. I'm not suggesting you it's healthy. I'm just suggested suggested you on a continuum of bad choices. Smoking cigarettes is the worst when it comes to tobacco one of the worst having said that in order to give you a factual analysis of what's going on with the vaping industry because a lot of us. This is new a lot of folks. I don't vape. I've never smoked. I I know people who do I wanted to find the best article that sums it up and my friend lives shelled. WHO's really wonderful? She has this piece up at it. What is it American Spectator Paul American Congr- American greatness forgive me? It's again in the show notes today police. I can't say please check them out. Eleven things you need to know about vaping shells September sixteen twenty twenty nine hundred American greatness worth your time now. I'm not going to go through screen shots of each kind of running at a time but I'm just going to address a couple of the things that I I think people are generally unaware of about vaping number. One vaping is a process not a product that she indicates it is a vaping is a product AH process it is not it doesn't refer to one specific product. It's like smoking in contrast to cigarettes. Smoking is a process access. You can smoke a lot of things. Some people figured out not neces- cigarettes are a different thing. VAPING is a process not a PRI-. It's important to point out second. It uses apparently what they're called carts or pods. These cartridges or pods can be flavored again. I don't vape so I'm not pretending to be an expert. Shelled apparently knows more about it than I do but I'm just bringing up the highlights for some of the parents out there unsure of what this is. Some of these cartridges can be flavored they come in various degrees potency nicotine of some of the devices that use the pods can actually keep this stuff now so that's Kinda primer on what we're talking about. We're talking about a process in vaping vaping and the product are these different things are these devices and the carts or the pods they use them now. What are the things that the problems with the vaping industry that Donald Trump pointed out? I'm not suggesting remember about a process again. Not a specific products problems. one of the problems we've had joe is some people are mixing sing this stuff with THC cannabis and one of the active ingredients in marijuana race products that have an and making an oil out of it now again. This is me from the peace reading the piece. Liz goes into detail. What's the problem with that folks? The problem is some of that that oral if it coats some of the structures in your lungs you can get a pneumonia effect out of it and some people have died but but ladies and gentlemen a lot of the products US matter of fact Liz quotes a piece the Journal of American the journal American Medical Association they they did a study of fifty three three patients that were suffering from problems after vaping and the eighty percent of them show those patients had mixed some kind of thc product in there in other words they were not they were abusing the process by abusing the product which is not necessarily mean. It's the vaping industries fault people can cut open cigarettes sliced filters off too. I mean that's not the way the product was designed to work and I think we need to keep that in mind. One one last point on this vaping been around ladies and gentlemen which was this was new to me again in this piece it's been around since two thousand and three these recent health scares are relatively new which should say to us all that something recently happened here where THC the mix of it counterfeit products again i. I'm not suggesting this is a great decision. Start Vapor any of that stop. I'm simply suggesting to you that we live in a society where big boy rules should matter..

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"journal american medical association" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

09:35 min | 3 years ago

"journal american medical association" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"L I they say nearly one in seven US kids and teens has a mental health condition. One in seven. And half. Go untreated. They say half of children with the mental condition. The Unites States go without treatment. According to a study published in the journal of JAMA journal American Medical Association, pediatrics. The researchers analyzed data from the two thousand sixteen national survey of children's health so nationwide survey administered to parents of teens and children and of the forty six point six million children aged six through eighteen whose parents completed the survey that's a big survey. Seven point seven million had at least one mental condition. These included depression. Anxiety attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. I don't like to call those mental health conditions until there's there at a certain stage. So there there might be an over diagnosis they say only half receive treatment or counseling from a medical health provider in the year prior to the survey. They say the number of children with a mental health condition varied widely from state to state they see in Hawaii, for example. Seven point six percent of children had one of the conditions compared with in Maine twenty seven point two percent. So over a quarter of kids in Maine. Had a mental health condition. Maine. I mean, I haven't been to Maine. It's one of the states have really want to go to but it's supposed to be beautiful and lobster and. What you know? It's not like, it's know big city with. L things happening all around you. I don't understand why that'd be that much. A mental health issue you'd think it would be more in a more populous state. The number of children with the diagnosed mental condition who weren't treated by provider also ranged widely almost thirty percent of the district of Columbia to get this. Seventy two point two percent in North Carolina. Three quarters of children were diagnosed with a mental health condition, but not treated by a provider now treatment by providers, not always mean pills. Okay. It can mean therapy. So Mark Peterson. It's such a professor at the university of Michigan medicine and senior author of the study has a long history of studying health conditions that start in childhood and resulted disabilities later in life. They said the storm I've studied everything from the neck down, and he didn't expect to see such high numbers. But it's not news for us. Dr Barbara Robles remedy Murphy. She's a child and adolescent psychiatrists also, by the way. Can I just say we don't have enough child and adolescent psychiatrists anybody looking to go into a field. Please for the love of the Lord look into that. Because there just isn't enough. So all right wh-. What the heck is going on? Okay. First they say, according to data from the American Academy, childhood adolescent psychiatry, there is a severe shortage of practicing child and adolescence interests. Thank you. That's what I've been saying. They say there are fewer than seventeen providers for one hundred thousand children. So you guys do the math if one in seven. Right. Don't have have a mental condition, and you only have seventeen that's not going to be enough. Families face long, wait times, many of them. They just say tackle that children have to go to school. You know, children like they may there may be like a four week wait a month from now the kids, you know, may have a good day. Parents tell what that they're fine. Then they have a bad day. Many times kids have a bad day at night. That's when they have their bad time. Parents like all right. Well, you know, what we'll do something first thing in the morning, but then the child goes to school, they feel better. So parents blow it off. And some of you adults are going that the Dalai that's kinda be too. I'll have bad days, and then I'll be better and then the president, and then I have a bad day again. And you know, if you have if you have bad days people ask they go. How do you know if you have a depression or anxiety that needs to be treated now we've talked about all the criteria that the DSM have? But a rule of thumb that I always use because people don't always look up the criteria. You know, poor appetite poor sleep wanting to die wanting to kill themselves wanting to hurt others, no interest in activities. I, you know, those things, you know, the average person is like look now, I, you know, some guy cut me off. So I wanted to run them over. But I didn't I don't like my job. I don't really look forward to coming home and dealing with the in laws. So the average. A person may tongue in cheek say. Oh, yeah. They have all of that. So you, but mental illness that's serious stuff. I mean, if you suffer from depression, or if you suffer from somebody needs to really figure that out, and you don't have to know all the DSM criteria, the doctor or the medical provider does so rule of thumb is if you have more bad days, then not that's a no brainer. So of the seven days a week. If you have more bad days than good days you need to be seen. Now, let's look at a day. If you have more bad hours awake while awake. Then good hours. That's a problem. So let's say you're at work and you're at work from eight to five that's nine hours of your day. And you are grumpy you're in a bad mood. That could be a sign of depression or anxiety. If you get nervous, and you need to take a medication every day. Or more than four five times a week that these these aren't these aren't written guidelines. These are some rules of thumb. Now, what if you need to hit the Xanax valium twice a week? If you need to take it twice a week. I would say you have mild anxiety. I would say if you feel like you need to actually take a medication. To get through your day. Then you could have depression or anxiety. If you can't deal with the kids and the white without drinking alcohol when you come home, you could have an element of depression and anxiety. If you always hit the carbs when you're at work, or when you get nervous, and you always have to have sugar at your desk that could be a sign of depression or anxiety. So you see how very individualized. It is. You know, we do things to cope. And we think that's very healthy that we do things to cope. But what are we doing? Are we eating, you know, people say, oh, well, you know, they're smoking and drinking, so that's bad. But what about the person that's going to? Fast food every time. They get depressed. That you know that can be a sign of depression too. To get through your day by going to something could be an issue. Now doesn't mean you're severely clinically depressed. And you need to be institutionalized. No. But it may mean you have an element of depression. Now, I was taught that one and three when I was in school have some element of mental illness. And again, you know, having bad days or not liking your job. I would've called mental illness a lot of people work in toxic environments. And I it's just people there, you know, around your bad, if it's a toxic environment aware, it's run poorly, and the people you work with are doing harm. You don't have a mental condition. It's gonna make you depressed, but you don't have mental illness. You are reacting to a very toxic situation, you probably need to get the hell out of there. So that's why you need to be evaluated. I mean, if you're in a marriage where your abuse, or, you know, it's a sexless marriage, and you don't feel loved and you guys don't get along that you know, when you're sad about that. That doesn't mean you have mental illness that just means you're in a bad marriage. So that's why you need to go to a medical provider or psychologist and work through it and figure out what you need to do to improve your life. One eight seven seven..

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