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"kidney damage" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life
"Hello everyone and welcome back to another episode of acupunctures my life now today. I'm going to talk about symptoms or signs of kidney damage. Because i've seen a few patients this week with some symptoms and so has two of my colleagues so i decided you know i'm not gonna do any requests today and i'm just going to focus on signs that you could possibly have kidney damage because i really feel this information can help although this particular topic or the extent that follows has not been placed on any about social media platforms as of yet and. I'm sure administrations get around to doing that. Because it was a popular concern over the past week. And this is what i say you know. Follow us on every social media platform under acupunctures my life and if you a twitter person it's at accu for his my life you can also go to our website at acupunctures my life dot com and just peruse the site. There's tons of information Explain to you. How meant the many ways in which you can benefit from acupuncture and you can also subscribe to our weekly newsletter. Where twice a week you would receive emails discussing disorders and how you can benefit from.
‘How are my kidneys?’: How to be proactive about kidney health
"Or undoubtedly heroes, But for those who do there's a lingering fear about the health of their one remaining kidney when you see your health care provider If they don't do it automatically be proactive and say doctor or her my kidneys. Dr. Griffin Rogers of the National Institutes of Health says people with increased risk should be asking that question if they have, say diabetes, high blood pressure, family history or heart disease. Simple tests can reveal whether there's damage depending upon how extensive it is their measures. That can be instituted that can either reverse or certainly slow the course of that future kidney damage. Christi King wt O Penis Coming up in money
11 soldiers sick after drinking antifreeze chemical, Army says
"Launching a criminal investigation after 11 Fort Bliss soldiers were hospitalized with antifreeze poisoning. Katie GPS Angelika Jager reports from El Paso. The 11 soldiers required medical attention after drinking what they thought was an alcoholic beverage. It contained anti freeze. The soldiers were sick and Thursday at the end of a training exercise. To remain in intensive care. Colonel Shauna Scully is deputy commander of medical services that William Beaumont Army Medical Center. Thankfully, all 11 soldiers who were admitted to our facility. Two in critical condition and the rest in guarded condition have shown signs of significant improvement. Overnight. Antifreeze causes kidney damage and in high doses can lead to death. The Army has launched a criminal investigation into the poisonings. I'm
"kidney damage" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Toyota Many people are counting their blessings this Thanksgiving with a new pet shelter, adoptions of skyrocketed since the start of the pandemic, with a lot of first time pet owners taking on the challenge. WBC's came Tunnicliffe reports and visits to the animal ER can be comin over the Thanksgiving holiday. Maybe you adopted a dogger capturing the pandemic and you're a first time pet owner tops Veterinary Hospital has some tips on how to keep your furry friends out of the ER on Thanksgiving number one no table scraps doctor really set off by pitting traps of turkey or giblets to come with the turkey meat off the bones and things like that, where we sometimes go into trouble are dogs and just a bunch of it. Qian says bones even decrease that's associated with toughs. Veterinary doctor am Distephano says Certain foods are toxic to pets, Grayson reasons he never recommend voluntarily feeding a dog because there's a small proportion of dogs that will end up with kidney damage from it. Another tip. Throw away all turkey or ham bones in a trash can with a cover and keep food flavored trash things like plastic wrap string or even the pop up timer from the turkey out of Your pets. Reach Kevin Tommy Clough WBZ Boston's news radio. Remember the song Alice's restaurant? Yeah, well, our sister station will be playing it four times today. We'll tell you why coming up next on the news at 9 30. He made us a renter's insurance for the stuff you love because it's worth owning. It's worth protecting from the unexpected that electric guitar worth it that big screen TV. Worth it and that espresso machine definitely worth it..
"kidney damage" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Ty. If we can switch back to the adult for a minute is long as the blood sugar's controlled either with ends with ah, with insulin or with oral medications. What's the big deal? Why is diabetes, a health concern? Well, they're really three main complications that we worry about in terms of from high blood sugars. That's kidney damage. I damage and nerve damage, and those complications are much less likely to occur when individuals have good blood sugar control. But even with really good blood sugar control, there is an increased risk of developing these complications. Diabetes is a leading cause of individuals on dialysis in the United States. It's the leading cause of blindness, and it's the leading cause of non traumatic amputations as well. So certainly the complications of diabetes are quite significant. And I know we're going to get to this in the next segment a little bit, but roughly what are the options for treatment? Ah, I think many of our patients realized that the options may include insulin, which is given with a syringe and a needle. Versus oral medications. Could you just given overview of that in the last minute or two that we have in this segment? Sure. Well for Type two diabetes, there are a number of pills or oral medications, as well as some different injectable medications that are not insulin. Some of those air given as infrequently as one time a week on DH, then insulin is also used in Type two diabetes. And really in type one diabetes, the only treatment that we have his insulin. Now there are several different options and how to deliver that, whether it's from injections from a syringe or an insulin pen or an insulin pump. Many of our patients use insulin pumps. Now they deliver some insulin continuously and then extra boosts when people when a patient needs that when they're eating or for other times as well. Perfect, Sam. I'll give you the last word in this in this segment. How is how does the patient monitor their blood sugar insure that the blood sugar stays low while they're under treatment with any one of the medications that tie just talked about? Yes. So classically, we use Ah device called a clue. Commoner where you prick your finger in it. You could collect a blood sample, and that tells you where your blood sugar is. But increasingly more common we're seeing now are called continuous glucose devices or sensors, which monitor your blood sugar. Like every five minutes. It's a little device that sticks on your arm. There's a little Detector that goes in your in your skin, and it measures the your blood sugar. And so I can tell you your trajectory of your blood sugar's so if you're going to drop low, it can help you identify that it has alarms to help alert of your low or if you're high as well. And what about if you're if you're Ah high school athlete and you're playing football or hockey, and you're really sweaty. How does it stay on? So it's his six on with just a normal adhesive? Sometimes, that could be difficult. But there's extra adhesives lot of third party adhesives. But the pump companies themselves also have extra stickers that kind of help keep it on and it usually lasts for about 10 days. Fantastic. Well, what a great introduction to this very, very common problem, And we'll be back after a short break. Thanks so much. Whether you live in a quiet town, the heart of the city or somewhere in between. One thing we all have in.
COVID-19 and the kidneys
"Or the 95% of covert 19 patients are recovering. But survivors may not be out of the woods Studies air starting to show that some patients has survived the current virus are developing kidney problems well after they're discharged from the hospital. Tiffany Don't Smith, who heads the Texas Kidney Foundation, says that's scary because kidney damage is hard to track. Kidneys. They're going to kill. You don't feel bad until they get right to the end of their function Studies. In places like China and Italy, where the coronavirus said hard are not tracking kidney problems, she says. Those who have recovered from the Corona virus need to get with their doctors and have their kitty functions
Michael Cox Recalls Being Beaten By Fellow Officers
"Police officer coming forward with his story On how he was mistaken for a suspect and beaten by fellow officers from 25 years ago. Michael Cox, speaking with double BBC TV's hit the back of the head and turn around in front of the head and I start didn't get kicked, punched, hit by multiple sides all at once. I kind of remember kind of trying to get up and at some point Seeing like a silhouette of a police officer and cocks, and he and his partner were working undercover in the gang unit, where they spotted the getaway car of a shooting suspect the driver took off on foot gave Cox Chase knowing backup was on the way he was climbing a fence in pursuit of the suspect. When he says other officers pulled him down and started beating him. They didn't stop. Until members of his own unit arrived. Cox suffered head injuries and kidney damage, but says the department tried to cover up what happened. Nobody wass found responsible anyway, for criminal activity that occurred It was clear that you know, these people wanted me guard. I was like this is not going to stop. Even if I leave. It's not gonna stop. You stayed with the department. And Cox, saying that his family received threatening phone calls, and he had his tires slashed by fellow officers. But he refused to quit. 30 years later, he wound up rising to the highest uniform rank of bpd. But then he became The chief at the Ann Arbor, Michigan Police Department took a civil rights lawsuit for cocks to be compensated for all he went through. But he says he's not bitter. And he doesn't think that police need to be defunded that if you want something to get better, you need to invest in it. At 1
"kidney damage" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Facemask bill on Beacon Hill would hand out fines for people in public, not wearing masks that started 100 bucks one week from today. The Red Sox have their home opener at Fenway taking on the Orioles to kick off the Shortened MLB season on Melrose will have covert 19 testing today at their middle and high school after an uptick in cases as a high school are also tested positive. And a former Boston police officer coming forward with his story, speaking publicly on how he was mistaken for a suspect and beaten by fellow officers from 25 years ago. Michael Cox, speaking with BBC TV's I Team, hit the back of the head and turn around in front of him, and I didn't get kicked, punched, hit by multiple sides all at once. I kind of remember kind of trying to get up and at some point Seeing like a silhouette of a police officer. And Cox says that he and his partner were working undercover in the gang unit when they spotted the getaway car of a shooting suspect. The driver took off on foot and Cox gave chase. Knowing backup was on the way he was climbing a fence in pursuit of the suspect. When he says other officers pulled him down and started beating him. They didn't stop until members of his own unit arrived. Cox suffered head injuries and kidney damage, but says the department tried to cover up what happened. Nobody wass found responsible anyway for criminal activity that occurred It was clear that you know these people wanted me guard. I was like this is not going to stop. Even if I leave. It's not going to stop. You stayed.
"kidney damage" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Okay okay what can vitamin D. B. C. three times but it could be taxes are taken to high levels is it goes above a hundred fifty becomes a toxic level and what how does that manifest itself no consequences of high vitamin D. is nausea that was one of the things that this person was talking about anorexia the in other words you you can't you don't want to eat weakness headaches and that was a big problem that we've seen are probably one of the first things we see is an increase in headaches excessive urination it can cause mental retardation and if you're taking it as a as a too high levels too high of levels can actually damage the brain remember it's very important for the nervous system it's important that you don't go too low but it's also important don't go to prime extreme digestive disturbances it can cause atherosclerosis it can cause dermatitis and it can cause irreversible kidney damage I have had a patient who came in for treatment and the cause of their kidney damage was from taking too high vitamin D. can also cause kidney stones it can calcified the soft tissue an interesting so you can get some really serious types of issues if you're if you're taking too much vitamin D. and you find when people these patients you're talking about that have come in was it something they were doing on their own well the one was a kidney damage was actually prescribed by a physician okay without doing blood test that was during the big vitamin D. craze mmhm so that and put everybody in vitamin D. everybody was getting put down last without a lapse in without rejection so most of the time it is people who are deciding to do it on their own who have read them and another was a little bit of knowledge can be dangerous so what are some of the symptoms of low vitamin D. well one of the things in their search we've just had a patient so recently they have this I have a vitamin.
"kidney damage" Discussed on KGO 810
"Disease nerve and kidney damage and problems with the eyes and feet one is a disease in which the your audience system destroys the insulin secreting cells in your pancreas are called beta cells type two is a disease in which a variety of factors combination and barman in jeans conspire so that you're no longer able to secrete enough insulin in the operative word is enough but you may be heavy maybe centers your body needs more but for some reason your papers can compensate the problem according to endocrinologist Dr Robert Rizza is that you can have diabetes and not know it that's why he encourages folks to be tested this is using a blood test and if you have a elevated watcher denture things you can do to stop it but you gotta know for more information talk with your healthcare provider or visit Mayo Clinic dot org Paul Starr and I live in the C. which has been running on TV for seven decades now we had a wonderful time doing that show her husband does he aren't as creative does he lose studios Lucy was the first one ends out in major studio in Hollywood we salute Lucille Ball the First Lady and television comedy media San Francisco celebrates women's history month seventy six John Rothman show continues we're making it easier for you to listen at home simply say Alexa play KGO eight ten once again here's John Rothman charity mailed the Jodhpur pardon me if I'm unduly critical but don't one million tests for the virus sound a little poultry when we have over three hundred million people in the country I turned into the president's press conference today all I was hearing with people congratulating each other actually graduating him no actual information four one five eight zero eight zero eight Jan let's go to Pat calling from Pacific welcome to KGO thank you John yes of the point of.
Jameela Jamil Has an Ambitious Goal: To Feel Things
"It's the hilarious world of depression. I'm John Mel on this episode person who has become famous in America rather quickly as a Sitcom star and an outspoken activist. The Sitcom has ended but the activism. Who It's just getting started. Hello my name is Jamila Djamil and I am at the Hilarious Weld Off. Depression and And what do you do for a living? I'm an actor and activist at a pain in the US. Three job titles multifaceted. Jamila Djamil was a TV and radio host or presenter in England for several years. Welcome to fish. Wrap up with me. I am here to deliver onto you all of the latest chart news and gossip in less time than it takes to make a couple of so last Sunday Cigna American audiences. I got to know her playing honey. Djamil the name-dropping high-society Londoner on the NBC. Moral Philosophy Sitcom the good place. But we've been through a lot swell you. I haven't been this upsets. My good friend Taylor was rude. Yep Stage in Konya was defending my best friend. Say Jamila grew up in London. Her parents emigrated from Pakistan and India says. Her family had a lot of mental health problems. Schizophrenia OCD bipolar depression suicidal. Ibm for Jamila. There was anxiety. There was depression and coming to grips with a lot of trauma. I wouldn't say who within my entire giant family unit because South Asian families huge. But there was an abusive background. Came From and A lot of bullying at home and at school That happened to us. Because we were Pakistani and My Dad is I think. Technically Indian We were South Asians living in a very racist time in Britain such as very tense existence to grow up in where people constantly hounding you with racial slurs calling you a monkey and not wanting to sit next to you at school and just a general night Great doesn't doesn't so no it was really bad. I'm amazed I made it out of my. I've made it our of my twenties even but I've had like a full nervous breakdown gone completely just totally lost it looking back on it now. It was pretty bleak. She had big time mental health issues but she says South Asian immigrant. Culture didn't talk about that kind of thing and neither did British culture. What was being talked about? Was the necessity for girls to be ridiculously skinny. And Jamila Developed Anorexia so I think is a combination the fact that I was growing up in the nineties and so- Heroin Chic could time the adults using non ironically. Where you to? In order to be beautiful you had to emulate the look of someone who does not eat and only Consumes heroin is also look a famine? That people were trying to achieve which is fucking insane considering that famine was and is still occurring in this world and millions and millions of people are suffering and dying from it and how much those people would love to be able to eat something Having their own physiques considered chic in this Bizarre and shallow industry. I was seeing people in my own country. Flights Pakistan and see 'em like skill lethal people on the side of the street begging for food. And then I would come here and see people starving themselves deliberately to emulate that look in order to fit into runway closed just so tiny so the look was just everywhere you were supposed to have jutting out hipbones and believe me. It was a badge of owner. It wasn't something that you hid. There was a long queue outside the girls along line outside the girl's bathroom. Everyone throwing up at lunch one. After the other. The other there was a girl. Easter bring her weighing scales in school and e on them. I remember without giving an interview saying she eats nude in order to stop us from overindulging. In Your Kate Moss talking about nothing tastes as good as thin. Feels well tacos. Pizza cake was their decision that you remember making A. I need to start eating way less. I need to start. Was that a conscious thing or do they just emerge suddenly it was a very very conscious scarring moment of my maths teacher wanting to teach us about graphs and pie charts and she weighed all of us to collect all of our weights as data to show a chart. The dumbest thing you've ever heard how I was. Eleven I was one of the tools guarding was the second oldest girl in the year and I was choppy. Because you gotta get like why toget- toll and also I was just. That was just my build at the time I was loving the curry and I had no self conscious about my body whatsoever. I loved having a tummy. I didn't know about thighs very innocent child. I wasn't remotely interested in the way that I look and That moment changed everything because I was the happiest girl in the class. I was ridiculed by the entire year I came home. My family founded shocking upsetting. I was the happiest girl year and I was immediately encouraged to diet and so I started my first I about eleven and it was. I was dieting. The way an eleven year old were diet which is with no understanding of any nutrition. I was living on somewhere between like two hundred three hundred calories. A day sometimes lasts which is insane because I was very tall and even by the time I hit five ten in my early teens. I was still consuming sometimes. Want two hundred calories a day a belly move passing out all the time didn't did stop menstruating and thought that I was winning. It never struck you as something wrong with us. No everyone was doing it. Everyone was doing everyone who's taking laxatives. Everyone's drinking teas that. I now rally against so hard There was slimfast cans all over our school. I want you know fell over. One on the steps steps passed out a tiny like fake chocolate bars instead of meals. It was just people were afraid of carbs and Pasta and everyone was on the Atkins Diet. So everyone's smell like metal and also it was just disgusting. It's terrible time and we were all on it so it didn't even feel like something. You really hit ego also at the time because of Hollywood there was this fucking Brag that I think kind of still exists of women pretending they eat so much just unnaturally thin. What a dumb witted Brag finding other mental illness conditions emerging with the eating disorder or. Were you just two out of even notice a depression or an anxiety? I wasn't even out of it. I was high on it like I was just sort of I was I was such a devoted anorexic and I was so it's so time consuming beyond our exit. The amount of time you spend learning new tricks trying new tricks hiding your food all of the all of the things that you have to do with so consuming. The I didn't even know that I had any kind of mental illness. I didn't think I had anorexia. I didn't think there was no. I didn't think there was anything wrong with me. The only thing I thought was wrong with me that I wasn't enough I was never thin enough. Do you understand what Anorexia was and just think it was something other people had. Yeah I used to be jealous. I thought Anorexia could only come in the form of of someone who weighs like three or four stone forty two to fifty six pounds and I would be envious if those people for being able to achieve that. I really didn't get it. But that's the problem is if you give this misinformation children. We don't have the whole picture. We do we also have this like youthful arrogance to us where we think our health will last forever. Our lives will go on forever will never be Will never face the side effects in. No one knows about osteoporosis. Kidney damage or liver damage all the IBS. All the different things that happened to people who mess around with their health my thyroid. My drains. Everything is exhausted. I mean I even now sorry twenty years after I started sobbing myself. That's what I was gonna ask because so often people think of it as. Oh anorexia is when you're not eating enough but it is a mental thing that even if you people can have anorexia yeah and and even if you find better eating habits later on the reasoning the processing of the idea of food is still always there. So many of told our weaponized food in our minds. So we're taught that like food. Is You know if you have a parent who beats you and then feel bad about it and then gives you a meal afterwards. You start to associate that meal with love or if your parents are. You're not supposed to eat then. Food becomes rebellion and food. Become self harm so we can. We can give food all these kind of different personalities and I think a lot of people lot more people realized then they realize even during the the guilt associated food and the coding and the words that we use around food of clean eating dirty foods. This is just this shame Sort of slipped in an envelope within all of these ways of discussing this thing that we need to give our body nutrition so it can function food fuel and I didn't know that until I hit thirty
"kidney damage" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Like an increased risk of cardiovascular disease nerve and kidney damage and problems with the eyes and feet one is a disease in which the you're already muse system destroys the insulin secreting cells in your pancreas are called beta cells type two is a disease in which a variety of factors combination and barman in jeans conspire so that you're no longer able to secrete enough insulin in the operative word is enough but you may be heavy maybe centers your body needs more but for some reason your papers can compensate the problem according to endocrinologist Dr Robert Rizza is that you can have diabetes and not know it that's why he encourages folks to be tested this is using a blood test and if you have a elevated watcher denture things you can do to stop it but you gotta know for more information talk with your healthcare provider or visit Mayo Clinic dot org they all play eight ninety W. L. S. additional life don't want to miss that ever because this week it's five ways that technology can help you stay safe while you're staying home and before we get back to work or phone calls when it comes time to.
"kidney damage" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Your Mayo Clinic radio health minute on jul St diabetes affects more than thirty million Americans it can lead to serious health problems like an increased risk of cardiovascular disease nerve and kidney damage and problems with the eyes and feet one is a disease in which the your audiences to destroy the insulin secreting cells in your pancreas are called beta cells type two is a disease in which a variety of factors combination and barman in jeans conspire so that you're no longer able to secrete enough insulin in the operative word is enough but you may be heavy maybe centers your body needs more but for some reason your papers can compensate the problem according to endocrinologist Dr Robert Rizza is that you can have diabetes and not know it that's why he encourages folks to be tested this is using a blood test and if you have a elevated watcher denture things you can do to stop it but you gotta know for more information talk with your healthcare provider or visit Mayo Clinic dot org.
Is Ibuprofen Really Risky for Coronavirus Patients?
"Is it risky to take ibuprofen if you have symptoms of covert nineteen the French health ministry says yes over the weekend it warned doctors not to give ibuprofen and other nonsteroidal anti inflammatory drugs to patients with the disease but experts on the frontlines of this pandemic say there is no reason for alarm NPR's Maria Godoy reports the concern over IB Provan started with a brief letter published in the medical journal the lancet last week the authors hypothesize that medication such as ibuprofen and other and states could raise a person's risk of developing a severe case of code nineteen the theory was that these drugs increase levels of an enzyme that would make it easier for the virus to infect cells but leading global health officials say there's no evidence is actually the case you know sometimes discussions off the cuff turning to letters turning to social media turned into a lot of discussion and you have no idea what kinds of what I tax Dr Anthony Fauci head of the National Institute of allergy and infectious disease bottom line is I have not seen any certain data indicate there's a problem well it's a true that there's not a problem the world health organisation agrees it issued a statement on Twitter saying it's been in touch with doctors treating coronavirus patients and hasn't heard of any negative side effects from ibuprofen beyond those already known for instance patients with kidney problems shouldn't take ibuprofen because it can cause kidney damage when used long term in high doses Dr Angela Rogers pulmonary and critical care physician at Stanford University says that's one reason why hospitals routinely avoid ibuprofen for patients sick enough to be hospitalized with any sort of infection when patients are very ill with fevers and hospitalized they're at risk for kidney injury and so Tyler all really is the go to one that we use Tylenol doesn't work the same way as and states and it's thought to affect the part of the brain that regulates temperature the Tylenol is it risk free either it can damage the liver in high doses so if you have mild symptoms of covered nineteen and want to treat them at home if people are you know having a liver disease either and and could make them feel a little bit more security start tiling offers that might be a reasonable way to do it but if you take ibuprofen or other in states for other medical reasons Roger says talk to your doctor if you're worried but for now there's no reason to stop taking them Maria could away
"kidney damage" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Disease nerve and kidney damage and problems with the eyes and feet one is a disease in which the you're already immune system destroys the insulin secreting cells in your pancreas are called beta cells type two is a disease in which a variety of factors combination and barman in jeans conspire so that you're no longer able to secrete enough insulin in the operative word is enough but you may be heavy maybe centers your body needs more but for some reason your papers can compensate the problem according to endocrinologist Dr Robert Rizza is that you can have diabetes and not know it that's why he encourages folks to be tested this is using a blood test and if you have a elevated watcher denture things you can do to stop it but you Gardendale for more information talk with your healthcare provider or visit Mayo Clinic dot org most summer July Michael's seven I'm not going to go there I am not going to let the panic take hold in my brain I want to say two things right now there are two epidemics at the moment the virus epidemic itself and then there's the epidemic of panic and I'm not in the camp of panicking nor am I in the camp of saying there's nothing wrong here we have to be realistic and we're gonna talk about that and I want to be clear right at the outset in case you are fuzzy as to what my position is since I'm known to know a lot about this I want to be very clear in my opinion president trump has done everything right so far on this virus he tried to travel ban he wanted the cruise ship passengers quarantine as the leader of the free world he has an obligation to try to stem the paddock which is also at epidemic proportions on Michael savage and I prove my own words now the show today is a three part show we're gonna talk about the two epidemics the virus epidemic in the epidemic of panic we can talk about the global horse verses the stalking horse I'll let you figure out who the glow horses into the stalking horse is and I'm gonna talk about the American dream is alive with a very very special guest at the bottom of the hour I think those of you follow me on Twitter or my website Michael savage dot com can pretty much guess who will be the guest at the bottom of the hour if you don't know who it is go to the go to the drudge report and you will see the guests picture on the top left holding a can of a beverage now the headline on the drudge report is alarming seventy seven seventy homeless at seventy cents so seventy percent will be infected the who is he quoting that's Angela Merkel who is warning that seventy percent of Germans could get the car on a virus could be infected well could be will be I don't know I don't know about that I think she's taking very very extremist position on the other hand as a leader of a nation she has to take a position which she thinks is a protective of the population right now Merkel who is a globalist has been widely criticized in our own country even the German daily the build B. I. L. D. E. R. has assailed her handling of the outbreak which they said is quote the corona chaos the news outlet wrote no appearances no speech no leadership in the crisis now it is only thirteen hundred infections thus far in Germany but two deaths I am appalled at the talkers who are ignorant of epidemiology ignorant of the truth and misleading the public who have the nerve to say it's only killing the old one insult that is to the elderly of America and the world what a grotesque insult that is to the elderly of the world to say it's only killing the killing the elderly and it's coming out of the mouths of very sick elderly in the median OS that's the funny part two of the sickest people in the media themselves are saying don't worry about it's only killing the elderly it's astounding to me how blind people can be but I'm not here to criticize I'm here to try to articulate what I think needs to be talked about and so we can go to the election the glow horse verses the stalking horse we all know the jokes about Biden is there she's Daddy's a literature that excuse me Cena he's **** up a little bit he showing signs of pre senile dementia I don't think I don't think he's crazy I don't think he's there yet on the other hand you have the stalking horse the fuming communist who won't quit and they want him to quit and and I wouldn't be shocked if he's not touched by the umbrella again I'm gonna let that hang in the air you have to know spina which they know what I'm talking about because the entire democratic establishment once the naked communist to go away the entire democratic thousand once the naked communist to disappear the entire Demichelis devilish meant once the hateful vile naked communist to shut up and stop attacking a Biden as he did tonight Bernie Sanders the vial Bernie Sanders gave a speech today that was shocking in a way I actually thought he might concede and say I'm backing Biden because the party elders know that that's the only chance they have to go into this election with but he didn't do that instead this man got up there and attacked Biden in a strange way more viciously than Donald Trump could he went on and on and on about what he's going to do during the so called debate on Sunday night and he actually laid out the questions that he is going to ask or abiding without understanding he's not the moderator I mean he's such an ego maniac right now the naked communist by Sanders that he said here are the questions I'm gonna say Joe what are you gonna do to any of Sir if United States America being the only major country where health care about anyone on young people hired users get pushing the same talking points again more people in jail and a communist China again the absurdity of billionaires buying elections what he himself of course flies private it is now a multi millionaire it's the same old story the same story that will sink the Democrats chances of winning which is class warfare religious warfare and every other warfare that you can possibly think of you can't give free education to everyone you can't give free health care to everyone on the planet you're not gonna and money in politics in the United States of America ever and yet this man is going to continue to hammer Biden on that on Sunday night so what are the odds that there is no debate Sunday night what are the odds that the glue horse versus the stalking horse debate which is widely anticipated to occur Sunday night doesn't occur at all now awhile back I had predicted that the democratic establishment would not let this man the naked communist crossed the finish line if you want the German when I said that I haven't changed my opinion at all now I noticed something happened approximately four weeks ago when I heard that Obama who was really the godfather of the Democrat party makes a mistake about if you want to say the godfather that Sam he is the peasant Avanti of the Democrat party to put it in in filmic terms when Obama came out after remaining rather silent on the sidelines for a long time when he came out about four weeks ago he said our party has moved too far to the left we better cool it we better get back to the center of we hope to win what do you think he was doing that for well okay what always self interest you always plug self interest into the equation Mr Mrs Obama are now probably worth a billion dollars the hundred million dollar book deal before he left the the noted a hundred million dollar Netflix deal that we know about we don't know what other deals they've done but if you look at the deals they've done he's done very well indeed the Obamas came to the White House to do good and they did very well indeed as the missionaries did when they went to Hawaii they came to Hawaii to do good and he did very well in the they're one of only eighty percent of the land which there are descendants of still set on so the a bomb isn't out very wealthy whatever the number is who knows what it is five or eight million to one point five billion could we ever know they do not want their fortunes diminished in any way by a maniac like Sanders who would quote tax the rich so we came out so we don't want anyone to tax the rich because they can finish the sentence because we're rich so what is Biden represent is he is far left as you think he has is he as big a threat as we know Sanders is Biden is noted as a centrist but he's actually pretty far to the left on most issues however Biden presents a middling image Biden does not present like a fuming foaming kami Sanders can help himself because that's what he is Sanders is what he is he's a soapbox communist of the type that used to be left out in Washington Square park when I was a kid we had plenty of communist on soap boxes screaming about the revolution and whatever went on will revolution after revolution their tax the rich do this bring down their capital we know the types and now the guy is on the world stage and instead of toning himself down he doubles down and what he's doing by doubling down is appealing to his base so I don't have to reiterate with the bases we all know the basis but he can't break out of that small demographic and it's rather small he's never going to get the moderates he's never gonna get Republicans to cross over to him the only one who could possibly do that is schlepping old joke Joe and by the way the kind of stumbling the bumbling the forgetfulness is almost seen as somewhat appealing to many people because it's non threatening and that is Biden's most strongest appeal is the fact that he's not really threatening have you noticed it doesn't really yell and scream yes he said the S. word to an auto worker but that's too small an issue Biden is now looking like sort of a calming steadying sale in a world of turmoil the flaming the fuming spitting communist on the other hand is seen for what he is I would say the odds are at very high that there is no debate Sunday night whether it's through the Democrat apparatus saying it's over and Biden's the your nominee or I'm going to go right to that the convention with him or the umbrella touch I'll be.
"kidney damage" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Like an increased risk of cardiovascular disease nerve and kidney damage and problems with the eyes and feet one is a disease in which the you're already muse system destroys the insulin secreting cells in your pancreas are called beta cells type two is a disease in which a variety of factors combination and barman in jeans conspire so that you're no longer able to secrete enough insulin in the operative word is enough but you may be heavy maybe centers your body needs more but for some reason your papers can compensate the problem according to endocrinologist Dr Robert Rizza is that you can have diabetes and not know it that's why he encourages folks to be tested this is using a blood test and if you have a elevated watcher denture things you can do to stop it but you gotta know for more information talk with your healthcare provider or visit Mayo Clinic dot org great news we found a pot at the end of the rainbow but it wasn't full of gold it was full of four thousand dollars in cash and we want to give it to you I think you have the luck of the Irish teacher to win the luck of the Irish giveaway today and you could win our pot full of cash this will be a Saint paddy's day holiday you'll never forget to add or stop by our side today and try your luck at winning the luck of the Irish giveaway ABC traffic in transit NEO seventy seven WABC meeting.
"kidney damage" Discussed on News Radio WGOW
"And kidney damage and problems with the eyes and feet one is a disease in which the you're already muse system destroys the insulin secreting cells in your pancreas are called beta cells type two is a disease in which a variety of factors combination and barman in jeans conspire so that you're no longer able to secrete enough insulin in the operative word is enough but you may be heavy maybe centers your body needs more but for some reason your papers can compensate the problem according to endocrinologist Dr Robert Rizza is that you can have diabetes and not know it that's why he encourages folks to be tested this is using a blood test and if you have a elevated watcher denture things you can do to stop it but you gotta know for more information talk with your healthcare provider or visit Mayo Clinic dot org Ben Shapiro weekday afternoons three to six on news radio eleven fifty this is gonna be almost in the final formation for this hour in front of freedom we'll continue our conversation with professor Matthew me in from Hillsdale college on the topic of socialism so you're talking about some questions we can ask people to find out what they think socialism is or what they wanted to be talk about those questions that we might it might we might rest on that topic please Matt yeah so in terms of you know asking your fellow citizen or asking voters are asking candidates it's a good sort of question is what are you interested in terms of preserving the family preserving natural rights the right to life those sorts of key fundamental questions a true socialist doesn't care about natural rights very much because they actually don't think much of them they think that principally the community and the common good doesn't actually worry that much about any individuals good per se so it's interesting that socialists tend to not be pro life which is curious they tend not to care about that natural right to life that's negotiable and it's part of the sort of for the greater good right some people are going to have to be killed so there are those kinds of things that you see that okay so it's not really a social Democrat this is more of the other two kinds of such transitional socialist of one kind or another all the way up to harden communist but I think that's the kind of indirect route is do they respect natural rights like life and that's helpful in terms of asking them about their plans for the most part no one is saying full communism right now Bernie Sanders isn't saying he wants to pop and capitalism per se he just called an economic bill of rights he says that socialism is actually kind of this word people just kick around and he says he quotes Truman saying socialism just what people call social security right but there's a truth that the people who push social security were actually really hardened and about socialists in one way or another right and the people who criticized instead it's going to lead to socialism called it that and they were sort of partly right but it's almost right social security might not necessarily make a country socialist but it has a social tendency that is it drives in a particular direction if a vigilant population no visible and citizenry has something like social security right they can hold it back and temperate and make sure that it doesn't expand to start giving the government full power over all of private industry all of the various natural professions like doctoring like school teaching right black sold during that you know that one is necessarily governmental but the teacher in the doctor aren't right so the socialist tendencies of these programs it's a question of moderation and that's the trick is Bernie Sanders says as he does this is just what we're doing is sort of completing some programs but a different in degree at a certain point can become a different and kind and that's what decision we have to make that one how much is too much right what's the balance of if the power is concentrated in the state to a certain degree that the private citizenry don't feel like they're actually in charge of their own government anymore then he even gone from something other than a social Democrat who's got some nice programs too now we're in a new kind of political order which you could call socialism I don't think we're there now but we could we could go that route and the confusion and people not knowing what it is I've heard too and you mention to some people think socialism and social media we really have to learn what it is because in one respect it's a huge threat in another respect it's just something we need to know about another respected sort of funny but because it has the potential to be a huge threat to the future of our nation we should know what it is then as this is a free country go whichever way you want but know what it is you're doing that makes sense yeah it does and and it is worth noting that the real hardened socialism the threat that you're talking about that lots of people who try to make socialism a good word which its origins are not good its origins are there really antithetical to the United States and in fact the first proponents of socialism like Friedrich Engels they saw America as the one enemy they couldn't defeat yet because we had what they called nafta Lee and unfairly bourgeois norms because we never had a peasant class and we never had an aristocracy we started with equality homesteads property citizens and a bunch of people that were more or less equal and Pacific rights and in property right that we all everybody kind of had a little bit a lander car or a horse or something and we didn't have the sort of angst is that does that culturalism wanted to use they want to use the poor to get so angry at the rich that they wound up tearing up the various protections of private life and empowering the government to such an extent that the government was going to essentially control all property all wealth and distributed to everybody equally so it's equal distribution what we would call today equality of result but that requires you to essentially remove the free and virtuous and loving choices of people right if the government is in charge of all the distribution right then that means that the people don't get to love one another with acts of kindness they're not donating to their churches they're not helping the poor they're not learning their brother five hundred Bucks for the down payment on his first car at a college they're not doing all the things that actually bind citizens together in self government so the hardened socialism takes away property and property can be used selfishly but it's also it's the thing we use to bind ourselves together briefly with our own three choices so it's a really dangerous thing when it's backed by the real ideology of socialism and communism well put thank you for that this is going to go on the front lines of freedom and we're discussing socialism with professor Matt may and that take a minute now and talk about Hillsdale college you teach there obviously there's more than one campus causes one in Michigan what's the philosophy there how can people plug in if they want to plug in more so in Hillsdale college is located in Hillsdale Michigan which if you hold your hand up and you look at the lower peninsula met were down at the bottom center and it helps tale is a liberal arts college and we're very serious about teaching the liberal arts the good the true and the beautiful but also what we want to be able to do is we want to teach people how to be good virtuous citizens that are ready for this line in the next we take that very seriously and we've been doing it for a very long time originally started as an abolitionist college in eighteen forty four three Baptists are December a nonsectarian school Christian and we've got this Washington campus as well which is we serve undergraduates who come out for internships here in Washington DC and now we've got a graduate school of masters in government here as well and we do talk and help young professionals think through the problems of leadership in the Republican self government and what it takes to be a leader so it's it's been my great pleasure to work for hotel I love it well I'm delighted that you take time to join us today what I like about Hillsdale is all the people I've known who have studied there they are taught how to think not what to think and that's what our nation needs more of Matt thank you for taking time to join us today thank you for helping our nation become the nation it needs to be I appreciate your thank you for all you do to this is our central to report this and we find outstanding performance of duty we get on either side troop a navy chief was awarded the military's third highest valor award for repeatedly breaking down the fire in an area filled with improvised explosive devices to save his teammates chief explosive ordnance disposal technician Matthew o'connor a member of EOD mobile unit eleven receive the Silver Star from Vice Admiral Scott Caan commander of the third fleet quote inversely under fire doesn't just one character it reveals it Khan said during the ceremony o'connor who joined the navy in two thousand eight was serving as the E. O. D. lead for a special operations task force fighting ISIS in April at an undisclosed location the team was tasked with checking into a facility where terrorists were known to be producing IEDs the chief industry maneuvered into an enemy held village but were ambushed by eight fighters when they got to the facility after returning fire o'connor notice a teammate on the ground quote with utter disregard for his own safety chief o'connor advanced forward Curtis wounded teammate to cover and then rendered lifesaving medical treatment well coordinated suppressive fire the citation states he again raised me fire to reach the team's linguist who was hurt o'connor then carried the first injured teammate to a casualty collection point under continuous enemy fire through the whole terrain o'connor then returned to the facility where they ambush started to conduct post assault procedures then he guided the rest of the task force across the area laden with IEDs to reach a vehicle pick up point quote by his bold initiative on daughter tower courage and total dedication to duty chief o'connor reflected great credit upon himself and upheld the highest traditions of the United States naval service the Silver Star citation says to stand tall chief o'connor frontlines of freedom and all of our nation's patriots salute you this concludes the first hour of the show we start the second hour discussing Iran and the fate of Christians in the Middle East with Lela Gilbert they will review the movie the.
"kidney damage" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"To potential side effects such as severe boning kidney damage coming up celebrate new year's with your kiddos without having to make it to midnight tonight Hey how bout us still that at eight twenty four first every John more safe it is a pretty good drive this morning looks like we got Saddam is our biggest issue it is called the south I. seventy at the base of Floyd hill I see that's got a detour set up you go on the U. S. six of them are you due to around forty and come back up on the I. seventy route Beaverbrook but the drivers warning has not been a roof rack filled there was one question on the ramp from the boulder turnpike eastbound on the something like twenty five looks like that is real clear are you Dr this warning you're fighting a lot less traffic so you're getting the work a whole lot earlier or wherever you need to go yeah he spelled out to battle in the sun which drive through downtown good on I twenty five are you drive through the tech center in pretty good shape others a short way back to the south about two to five after Parker road that's gone and sore the backups this report is once my managers for its see here in Salem mattress firm shop now and save up to six hundred dollars when you get a king bed for the price of a queen or queen for the price of the twin plus you get a free adjustable bass when you spend just four ninety nine next update ten minutes on gateway eight fifty AM and ninety four one of them how would you like to be in your new home early in twenty twenty it can be a reality if you call Brendan bardic today you want an agent who uses marketing to create demand to drive up the price of the home you're trying to sell them call Brendan Barty chi it's April I'm talking about Brendan bardic at Keller Williams realty Brandon Jill finally called him they were looking to upgrade into their next home but we're a little discouraged when their current agent couldn't.
Gut Bacteria Help May Boost Obese People's Health
"But more research you just like to say which is the weekend we're talking about ed exposure can lead to numerous health issues ranging from non Hodgkin's lymphoma to kidney damage to disruption of the gut bacteria improper hormone function and I've been talking about that bacteria for many many years and this is another thing that's in the doctor Joe's right column because now you see more more commercials come up on gut bacteria probiotics now if if you got it first of all you should be taking supplements none of us are getting enough such enough nutrients everyday I recommend at least doctor Joe super greens and doctor Jones essential source the two powers they taste great I take him at least once a day I could imagine starting my day without these and give just so much energy so many people have given up their coffee they save a ton of money because they're not hungry anymore so there's no downside to taking
"kidney damage" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Back. Everyone to the Doug David show in. I'm here with Monica. Layton, president of professional pet sitting and she has a wonderful pet tip of the week for us. And you know, Monica all of our animals at some point have some level of pain. Whether it be severe after surgery or just pain could be arthritis. Can you tell us some ways for us to do with pain, synthesis animal pain awareness month? Yes. Timber is animal pain awareness month. And I always kind of like to bring up some of the things that we can do to help our pets day pain-free, especially as Petra aging. They can get into arthritic issues, you'll get knee issues, hip pain, and not can really, you know, take a toll on our furry friends. So a couple of things if you have even as a puppy if you have a larger way jog or dog that's more prone to hip display, ges or knee issues. You know start. Them out on glucose Amine supplements, you know, as young as possible and for all pets. I mean, I have all my guys on glucose Amine, enjoying supplements simply because every single day when these pets are running and being active your joins are degrading small amount over time as we age on a regular basis and the glucose Amine will not put cartilage back on your joy, but it will help. So it doesn't come office quickly. So, you know, something as easy as a Greco semaine chew for a pet can really add on extra time to wear some of these pain issues can be prolonged not that your pets never going to have them. But if you start with the supplementation at an early age than degenerative loss that they can get can be less as they age. That's always the first step when it comes to, you know, arthritic issues things of that nature. When the glucose Amine supplements and things like that aren't enough and the pet is having a Nuff of a pain threshold to where you have to get into therapeutic things, and you always have side effects, which is a huge huge things. One. Most of the pets that are having these are big issues are the majority odor pets. So these pets you have to be concerned over kidney liver heart things like these to begin with. And then when you add in some pain, medications, some of them can't have side effects. You know, that can produce excessive, you know, kidney damage or excessive liver damage, so always being cautious about running blood before you start any kind of pain medications by your veterinarian having a blood run on a regular basis. I would say at least every three to six months just to make sure that the levels are staying where they should because if you started pain medication. Those levels can raise because of the medication and sometimes you won't know it until they become sick. So if you've run the blood, we usually recommend when you start a pain medication running blood before you start it, and then thirty days later, so after you've been on it thirty days, make sure you have another panel run to make sure that those levels are not getting too high on that medication. And if they are, you know, we need to you know, suggest maybe switching to something else. They have a product called Gallup print, which is a pain medication that came out this year that does not have some of the side effects that some of our remedy ills in medications and things do on the kidney and liver. So there, you know, is an option there and another option I always like to recommend and talk to people about is the laser treatments, and the acupunctures things that really have minimal extremely minimal side effects. You do not want to laser a cancer patient. But besides that, really. Any other patient can have laser therapy. It's extremely safe therapeutic. Lasers how they work is they supercharge your blood cells. So when the laser is put over an inflammation when you have a joint or a hip or a bath. Maybe there's something a disc or have knee meniscus tear things of that nature, those tears in those injuries. They cause inflammation in that joint. So inflammations kind of like thinking to think of it kind of like is dirt in a, you know, in water or something you have a pile of water in the near adding jerk to it. So it's kind of clogging up that water is getting grows as getting murky, and it's not going to you know, if you put sand inside water, it's not gonna flow. It's not going to be as effective. So when you put the laser over that area. The blood cells are going to dump all the talks ins and the bad stuff from blood cell, and it's going to add oxygen. To it. And when you add oxygen to it. They work more effectively and efficiently. So therefore, the inflammation is going to start coming down. And the inflammation is oftentimes what causes the pain in that area. So you can get a lot of relief that way. There's, you know, same thing for wound care, there's a lot of things that you can do with you know, with a laser therapy laser, and it's extremely safe. If anybody is interested in getting more information on it. We personally have the K laser there's different types out there. But if you go online, it's WWW dot K laser USA dot com, and they have little videos, they have it for people who have clients that came in and they had a bath a dog that's back with slipping deaths, and we usually around that, you know, talk come in paralyzed, and we are able to oftentimes return their function and get them feeling good again. And the clients were just amazed to where they come in. And they're like we want it done on us where can we go? And they do, you know, a lot of the orthopedic doctors here nose and throat.
"kidney damage" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"So you can get your Pepsi Cola now and finally many moms v think, it's cute. The compare the size of a growing baby to inanimate objects at week five. For instance, your babies around the size of a p at week ten the babies the size of an heirloom tomato, but a new website called for somebody. How many big Macs is my baby is making. History. We could actually go to the website, and you can punch in how many a weeks old your baby is. And it'll tell you know, for instance, Chuck at thirty nine weeks, we we punched in his weight and thirty nine weeks came up. He was the the size of twenty five big Macs. Well, see because that's that's fake news because back in nineteen forty nine. There were no McDonald's plummeted using today's doesn't matter. I'll give you they'll give you the real news. It was about twenty seven GNA hotdogs. I would get upset that guys are back in style. Again, chuck. I wouldn't know because. I know what you gotta get back to back to it. Boy jolly he still likes to eat though. Still jolly Franken. You're we're like jelly now. Must be jelly jam. Don't shake. We'll see me off. Now, go to hack six fifty one. We've got to go to break. Have you know that any oxidants can play us role relieving pain inflammation that can be doing at any age, by the way, stop breach? For those end says and the over the counter stuff it could lead to stomach upset. They could also lead to kidney damage for if you abuse them over a long period of time but curcumin ultra develop by risky, natural supplements is the supplement of choice..
"kidney damage" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"How does that manifest itself? Oh, no consequences of high vitamin d. Is nausea. That was one of the things that this person was talking about anorexia. In other words, you you can't you don't wanna eat weakness headaches. And that was a big problem that we've seen probably one of the first things we see is an increase in headaches. Excessive urination. It can cause mental retardation. And if you taking that as a as a key to high levels can actually damage the brain, remember, it's very important for the nervous system. It's important that you don't go too low. But it's also important don't go to. Extreme digestive disturbances. It can cause after scrolls. It can cause dermatitis Anna king cause irreversible kidney damage. I have had a patient who came in for treatment and the cause of their kidney damage was from taking too high vitamin d can also cause kidney stones and can't calcified the soft tissue. So you can get some really serious types of issues. If you're if you're taking too much fighting the gate, and do you find when people these patients you're talking that have come in was that something that they were doing on their own? Well, the one was a kidney damage was actually prescribed by physician. Okay. Without doing blood tests that was during the big vitamin decrease. So an everybody and vitamin d everybody was giving out without lives without rechecking. So most of the time it is people who are deciding to do it on their own. Who have read than in other words, a little bit of knowledge can be dangerous. So what are some of the symptoms of low vitamin d well one of the things effect? We've just had a patient. So recently, the had this had a vitamin D level of eight which is and you say you still level at forty forty fifty hundred fifty s when you start to get into the symptoms of the toxicity, okay? So between thirty and eighty s the lab range that we look for we like it between forty and fifty right around in there. One hundred and fifty then you start to get some of the consequences of the high vitamin d so that's where you start to get the Texas level. And that's when you have to start to detox it out in the system, but this gentleman had a a level eight on his on his Highland. And his main Simpson's that he was coming in was burning in the mouth so the mouth actually firms. That it is the the mucous membranes are affected quite a bit. And there's there's a loss of calcium. Meta fact, the next step would be that the teeth start foaming out so. Good stuff now, and he had actually been to six different doctors even have done to mail, and they had not checked as vitamin D level. Even with symptom of burning in the mouth as problem. So anyway, excessive sweating is another thing that can occur diarrhea and interesting enough. I felt a lot of excessive sweating issues from Amish which is interesting because they always say covered up, and they get really low vitamin d you know, when they take the church off, or, you know, see their scandal. They're very pale here. And because they haven't been out there. They they don't believe in exposing the their self to the Sunday. They're always very modestly dressed in. It's not it's not actually healthy and excessive sweating was a common thing that I've been able to solve along those lines diarrhea again, whether you get two hundred two. Little member. I talked about that. There was a big regulation in the bowels. So the POWs a lot of how how the bows will work is coming from the vitamin d insomnia nearsightedness kids who deadlock vitamin d nearsightedness children. So getting a lot of sunshine, making sure the vitamin D level is up that keeps them from needing classes as they're going along. That's why they always talk about kids who are inside all the time. It's not necessarily always the is that that they're not outside playing. Nervousness in Zaidi, softening of the bones records dental cavities, don't I if you are low vitamin d you're going to have problems with your teeth and fatigue. We've had a lot of people whose fatigue levels were solved by getting vitamin d level. Okay..
Red Yeast Rice Supplements Likely Damaged This Woman's Liver
"So many of you have asked me about the red yeast rice and somebody called a red race race race. I don't care what you call it. And it's an over the counter supplement that people are taking to lower their cholesterol. And I would tell my patients or I would tell my listeners be careful because it acts like a Stanton. And so with the statin medications, we watch her liver. We kind of know what those you're getting. And when I started statin medication. I check your liver in about six weeks. And then I check it again at the three month Mark the six month, Mark. So I know you're tolerating the Staten. But if you're taking some over the counter, red rice, yeast or read east rice. Two. Lower your cholesterol. I not really watching your your liver. And to be careful. Well, now, we have a report that a woman in Michigan developed sudden liver damage after taking a red yeast rice supplement, the sixty four year old woman recently visited doctor was told she had I- cholesterol levels, but she was hesitant to take the status. Most people are hesitant because I don't wanna hurt deliver. And they think that the stands are gonna hurt deliver. So instead, she turned to the supplement red east rice, it's a type of fermented rice that's marketed to lower cholesterol, but it acts like a statin, and it contains a compound called, mama, Colin k it's identical to the active ingredient in the statin drug level, Staten. So red yeast rice supplements with Monaco k. Have the same risks as drugs containing the status. The only difference is you don't know how much you're getting. Whereas you think you're taking love Stanton twenty or love stat and forty milligrams. You have no idea what the hell you're getting. What the red right right east rice? So after six weeks, she went to the signs of liver injury. Fatigue dark urine. John, john. This is the yellowing of the skin of is which is a sign of kidney damage or liver damage liver damage. Then she has got a liver biopsy. And she was diagnosed with acute drug induced liver injury or liver damage would drug or supplement in this case was the rate east rice supplements. Now. This was published in British medical journal case reports. So the woman's case prompted doctors who treated her to issue a warning about the potential harm. They say physicians and patients should be made aware that read east races, not harmless supplement and those choosing to use it should watch for symptoms of Pat o' toxicity. Now Luminoso also drank a couple of glasses of wine a day. So that might have also made or more vulnerable. If you drink alcohol with a statin medication or red yeast rice that can increase your risk deliver damage, but they say the woman's case enough the first incident of this supplement causing liver problems. There have been other reports. In fact, there wasn't studying Italy the found ten cases of liver damage ties at the supplement over thirteen year, period. So love astatine may even be safer. The FDA doesn't allow products to be sold as dietary supplements they contain more than trace amounts of this, Monaco, Kate. But despite FDA actions, whereas we know a lot of supplements out there have mixed amounts of components. A two thousand seventeen study found that levels of that Monica Lacaille in red yeast rice supplement sold in the US range from undetectable to nearly eleven milligrams per daily recommended dose, which basically can equal a love Stanton. So you have no idea what you're getting. And so the NC CIA age is saying that people should not use it to replace standard medical care. So what did they do to help her well one they stopped the supplement south the alcohol treated or restored? So provoked prove or liver function. She was monitored weekly. And I'm not sure if she's back to fully recovered. She could have some irreversible liver damage, but hopefully, it's reversible. So, you know, people look, I I get I get I don't like to always take prescriptions. Also, I get. And. To that high maintenance regimen of being on a cholesterol medication where you take it. And then you have to be screened in a month for six weeks to see if it's affecting the liver. We used to wait three months. I never waited three months. I would I would check your about a month because if it was going to damage the liver. I would see it in a month. You'd start to see some of the liver injury. So, you know, if I saw significant bump up and liver enzymes, which was rare because I always start on a very very low dose, then I could go. All right. I'll check it a month or six weeks than three months and six months, and if you're good I would just monitoring every six months. But I have no idea what the hell you're taking over the camera. And I get. If you can manage your cholesterol over the counter, then you don't have to go in for blood work. You don't have to wait hours to see your doctor. You don't have to pay towards your thousand dollar or twelve thousand dollars deductible. I get that because I'm a patient to and I cannot stand the way healthcare is right now. And I want to do more. Do it yourself. The problem is that you don't know what you're getting. And when I see people go. No, no, no. I don't want to use the pharmaceutical. I want to do all these supplements. I wanted to what natural. It's natural natural stuff out. There has very similar chemicals. As what's in the pharmaceutical Jila difference is the pharmaceutical is tight traded. It's tested, and it has to be very consistent. You can only get a consistent amount of that. Medication? You don't know what the hell these supplement companies are giving you. That's a
"kidney damage" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Welcome back everyone to the Doug Davis show. And I am here with Monica and president of professional pet sitting and she has a wonderful pet tip of the week for us. And you know, Monica all of our animals at some point have some level of pain into whether it be severe after surgery or just paying could be our threat is can you? Tell us some ways for us to do with pain censuses animal pain awareness month. Yes, the timber is animal pain awareness month. And I always kind of like to bring up some of the things that we can do to help our pets day pain-free, especially as their Petra aging. They can get into arthritic issues, you'll get knee issues hip pain, and that can really, you know, take a toll on our furry friends. So a couple of things if you have even as a puppy have you have a larger way jog jog. That's more prone to hip display as or knee issues, you know. Start them out on glucose Amine supplements as young as possible and for all pets, I have all of my guys on glucose Amine joint supplements, simply because every single day when these pets are running and being active your joints are degrading a small amount over time as we age on a regular basis and the glucose Amine will not put cartilage back on your joy, but it'll help so it doesn't come off as quickly. So something as easy as a glucose amino chew for a pet can really. Add on extra time to wear some of these pain issues can be prolonged not that your pets never gonna have them. But if you start with the supplementation at an early age than they degenerative loss that they can get can be less as they age. That's always the first step when it comes to. You know, arthritic issues things of that nature when the glucose Amine supplements and things like that aren't enough and the pa- is having a Nuff of a pain threshold to where you have to get into therapeutic things, and you always have side effects, which is a huge huge things. One. Most of the pets that are having these issues are the majority older pets. So these pets you have to be concerned over kidney liver heart things like these to begin with. And then when you add in some pain, medications, some of them can have side effects. You know that can produce excessive kidney damage or excessive Liber damage so always being cautious about running blood before you start any kind of pain medications by your veterinarian having a blood run on a regular basis. I would say at least every three to six months just to make sure that the levels are staying where they should because if you started pain medication those levels can raise because of the medication and sometimes you won't know it until they become sick. So if you've run the blood, we usually recommend when you start a pain medication running blood before you start it, and then thirty days later, so after you've been on it thirty days, make sure you have another blood panel run to make sure that those levels are not getting too high on that medication..
"kidney damage" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"A consequence of other conditions that cause kidney damage, basically with the peritoneal dialysis port. Emme had surgically with that. He just worked yourself up to the machine does everything there's a lot you gotta wash your hands and wear masculine. There's a lot of that to make sure you don't try. The infected or anything because that cause problems. But after that, he just let the machine do its work the process itself takes nine hours give or take. That means father Morris is hooked up to a hose for nine hours every night that hose fills his belly up with a solution that filters and cleans the blood basically doing the job of urination and then drains back out. Maybe some people who have never really heard about what dialysis is. Maybe don't know this. But do you still do you still urinate when you're on Dale? Yes. I do. Yes. I do and one of the things they asked me in the kidney disease. I will stop doing that. But I haven't had a problem with that individuals. Some patients continue to your name for years. Just some patients lose that function. Pretty quickly have to look for master when you're out soft in I guess. Angie Thomas the dietitian at presenting us Richmond. She says people on dialysis have even more limitations than people with just diabetes dietary restrictions for somebody on kidney, dialysis just a general in general all of our dialysis patients are following at least some wild fluid restriction because they're not maybe they are still urinating the not urinating as much as someone who's can are working hundred percent. So they can't drink as much there on a sodium restriction salt restriction, which is probably healthy for everybody. Whether you're on dialysis or not. Arp dialysis patients need to eat more protein foods, which is a big crave right now. Everybody's doing Atkins diet and Kito.
Drugmaker doubles recall of infant ibuprofen
"Medicine cabinet. There is an expansion of a recall of a certain type of children's drug it's infant ibuprofen. And it was sold as the store brand at CVS, WalMart and Family Dollar manufacturer. Trysts pharma says there could be overly high concentrations of the drug in the recall batches, and if given to babies already susceptible to some of the adverse effects of ibuprofen might lead to nausea vomiting, stomach pains diarrhea. There's also a very slim chance elevated levels of ibuprofen could lead to kidney damage so far. Though, there have been no reports of any