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"medical college wisconsin" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

06:05 min | 1 year ago

"medical college wisconsin" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Briefing on Wednesday, instead of Tuesday, this week, we are joined in the first Midwest Bank hotline by Dr John Raymond, the medical college Wisconsin president, CEO. And Tim Sheehy, the president of the Metropolitan Milwaukee Association of Commerce. Gentlemen. Thank you so much for being here, Dr Raymond, Let me start with you. As we've been reporting all day, and you and I have discussed in the past the covert hospital state Fair Park is now open. The question is opening that. What does that tell you about the state of the disease in Wisconsin? You know, we've always had that as a back up, but I think what it tells you is that, like many other states were now experiencing a very significant surge that is close to reaching the capacity for hospitals to care for patients. We had another record day. Today with over 3000 new cases and our hospitals are filling up with what's interesting is largely south, Central and southeastern Wisconsin warn experiencing the big sir. Is that the other parts of the state were saying three or four weeks ago. Two weeks ago, South Central, which includes Madison and Dane County, started tohave exponential growth in their admissions. And just a few days ago we started here in southeastern Wisconsin and now our southeastern Wisconsin Herc, or healthcare Emergency Rinus coalition region has reached a higher sense, if ever of patients with covert 19, so I think it's a good thing that we have that Back up the state Fair. One other thing that's happened in the northern part of the state of many of the staff are ill with covert 19. Or they've been exposed to Koven, 19 and there in isolation now This question is for Tim. You just finished up a new poll of around 900 Wisconsin residents on Monday. Let's dig into some of those results from those questions that you asked one that I found interesting. What's more important controlling the spread of covert 19 or restarting the economy? What were some of those results? You saw him. Yeah, It's really interesting. You know, kind of asking. The question is more important to control. Cold, bitter. Restart the economy 60%. Maybe not surprising, said control Koven. 28% said. Restart the economy, and it's probably a practical question where I think more people probably know folks that have Kobe than have lost a job. But that's the challenge we're all trying to deal with. Is just balancing those, too. Tim related to that in the pole. You also asked whether the state is headed in the right direction. What did you discover? Well, there's been a big change if you 42% of the respondents thought the state was headed in the wrong direction in April that's climbed to 61% a cz of this pole. So, ah, big change there and again, maybe coinciding with the spread of Kobe across the state. This one's for Dr Raymond. There was a recent case of an elderly woman becoming the first known person. To die from catching cove in 19 twice. What are the chances of getting reinfected from the Corona virus? If you've already recovered from that? Thanks more so they're not zero. But there are well documented cases of people getting a second infection, so I would say that it's unusual to rare, but it is possible and you know it's a pandemic evolves and we have more and more people that have recovered. They may lose some element of their immunity and we may be seeing more and more re infections in the months ahead. Dr Raymond. Do we know how long someone stays contagious with covert 19? I get it really outstanding question. John. In general. After you've been diagnosed with Kovar 19. There's about a 10 to 14 day window when you can continue to shed the virus. If you've had a couple of negative Taft at least 10 days after you either were diagnosed or had symptoms, you're very likely to either not be contagious or cannot have much of a chance of spreading the virus attend to 14 days. His doctor John Raymond, Tim. She he's also with us, Tim related to this in the survey. You asked if folks were concerned that there someone they know would contract the virus. What did you find her people concerned. Yes, I think you know people are very concerned on DH when you asked the question and again not much chance change between May and October, But on the last survey that we just did this week, 78% were concerned that they or someone they know would contract the virus. Interesting stuff. We're going to dive into Maura this after the bottom of the hour news, including that talk we've all been having about antibody cocktails. Are they effective? What does that all mean? Gentlemen, please stick around before we get to the bottom of the hour news. It's bread. Alan with the W. T. M. J. Drake and Associates Market Update US stocks fell today after expectations of a Corona virus stimulus deal being reached before the presidential election decreased. The Dow Jones industrial average was down 165 points or 1650.58%, the S and P 500 traded 5000.66% lower and then as that combines the decreased. 0.8% Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin said today that getting a deal done before the election would be difficult, adding that both sides were still far apart on certain issues. Who's He also noted, however, that Democrats and Republicans are making progress in some areas in earnings news, Goldman Sachs reported quarterly earnings that were much better than expected. The company's results were driven in large part by strong bond trading revenue. Wells Fargo shares were down more than 5%. Today is the bank's third quarter earnings missed expectations for drinking. Associate signed. Brad Allen, FINANCIAL Advisor for News Radio. W T. M. J John, We're here here with a couple of words for my friends at Culligan Water. Waukesha. One of the things I really like about Culligan Water. Waukesha is the way they take care.

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"medical college wisconsin" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"medical college wisconsin" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Economy briefing exclusively on M. J were joined on the first Midwest Bankhead Hotline by John Raymond, The Medical College Wisconsin president CEO and Tim Sheehy, the Metropolitan Walkie Association of Commerce. President. Gentlemen. Thank you so much for being here. I want to start with you, Dr Raymond. So the CDC recommends we get the flu shot this year and in every year, But I found it interesting that a recent study showed that military personnel who are evaluated And received the flu vaccine Red higher odds of testing positive for Corona virus So folks are wondering, Does that mean we should not get the flu shot this year for worried about covert 19? Yeah, Thanks, Jon. Really, really good question. Let me just start by saying unequivocally we should get the flu vaccine this year. There's overwhelming evidence that it's going to protect all of us. So that study that you're talking about was actually done on cold viruses, which are in the Corona virus family two years ago, and the idea is a controversial concept called Virus interference. And what That means. If you get a vaccine to one virus for some period of time, you might be more susceptible to other viruses again. This is very controversial and not well backed up by science. So what we do know is that the flu has already gone through the Southern Hemisphere. And there's a study in Brazil of 90,000 patients who had covert 19. And what they showed very clearly was the people that got the flu shot. We're less likely to die from covert 19. And that makes sense. Because if you get the flu, you're going to be your immune system's gonna be weakened your overall ability to fight off Koven 19 is going to go down. So we encourage people to get the flu vaccine. I'll just tell you that I received mine last Friday. My wife received hers yesterday were real believers in the vaccine. Yeah, Me too. I'm going to get mind coming up here shortly. Tim the rub here. We talked a lot about companies that don't have employees back in the workforce. But like at our place we're talking about bringing him back in shifts or bringing a percentage back. How does that impact traffic at restaurants, dry cleaners, seven eleven's. This is not a good equation for them. It's not and I'll start in London is an example. There are 500,000 people that commute to their central business district in about 10% of those doing what they're doing so right now, so it is, you know, kind of decimating their businesses in their downtown area. And you know, if you look at Milwaukee, I would say that we probably have 10% of our major employers. With people back in their offices now stomach. Some are starting to move in that direction. But you know how long can you hold on? It's a restaurant and dry cleaner or somebody else providing an important service in the city. It also impact those that live in the city. So it's really a challenging offshoot to dealing with a safe work environment and the on and the lingering impacts of Kobe. Job figures through the end of July seemed to be a slow rebound. What's going on with the job numbers? Tim? Sure, and let's quickly relying to March we had about 760,000 people employed in the Metro Milwaukee area. Unemployment was about 3.5%. The pit was probably April. We lost 111,000 jobs, Unemployment spiked a 14.1%. And through the end of July, the most recent figures we probably recovered 43% of those 111,000 jobs and unemployment has cracked down 8.5%. Which again you gotta you gotta compare. 8.5% to the 3.5% that we had. So clearly we're better than we were in April, but it's starting to slow a little bit in terms of the recovery. Dr Raymond really quickly. Dr Fauci recently said We should wear goggles or face shields to protect us from Cove. It 19 Can they substitute for facemasks? Great question. John. And the simple answer is no. They provide some level of protection, especially if you might get transmission through your eyes. But there's been several studies that show that they are not as effective as a mask. Thank you very much. Gentlemen, please stand by Dr Rehman. I'm gonna play some audio after the break from the president about vaccines and ask you to comment on that. It is for 27. At W. T. M. J. Brad Allen has the W T. M. J. Drake and Associates Market Update. US stocks rose. Today's technology shares continue to recoup some of the recent losses. The Dow Jones Industrial Average was up two points or 20.1%, giving up with 237 point gain earlier in the day. The S and P 500 increased 0.52% in the NASDAQ composite Advanced 1.21% textures climb today, extending yesterday's rally, Apple Rose 0.16% in Tesla added. 7.1% in video shares rose 0.92% today after the graphic chipmakers said earlier this week it would acquire chip designer arm holdings from Softbank Data today showed US industrial production rose in August but at a lower rate than earlier in.

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"medical college wisconsin" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"medical college wisconsin" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"That declaration to fix public buildings and utilities. Ryan Bro ABC News W T. M J News. Time for 34. All right, Let's pick up the Milwaukee Health and Economy briefing on this Tuesday afternoon on the first Midwest Bank hotline. Tim Sheehy, the president of the Metropolitan Milwaukee Association of Commerce. And John Raymond, the medical college Wisconsin president, CEO, and he's a doc out there. Of course, gentlemen. Thank you so much for sticking around, John. Welcome. Hey, Tim, When you guys move it into the avenue. What's the timeline on that? We're moving out of where we are Thiss month and we'll be in the avenue by the first of October. I think so. We're all gonna have a good remote working experience. So I ask you that because cos Tim are planning to bring workers back. Many of them are developing plans already have tweaking those plans. Northwestern Mutual among them. What are you hearing from big companies that have large numbers of workers that don't typically work remote and how they're doing in formulating plans to bring those workers back. Well, certainly that companies in Milwaukee that our manufacturing have figured out a way to make their manufacturing facilities safe, and people are up and back working those that have the ability to work remotely because of the challenges that are facing bringing large groups of people back together. I will probably be remote, at least through the first of the year, if not longer on DH. That, of course, is having a spillover effect on downtown as we lost something like you know, 70 some restaurants in the region here, so this is going to continue to be a challenge for the near future. Dr Raymond back to you. Hi. It's Melissa growing awareness that a lot of people who are infected with covert 19. They're struggling to fully recover their called long haulers. Can you explain some of the problems that they're facing some of the symptoms that just aren't going away? Yeah, Thank you. Melissa, really important issue many people even months after they recover from their covert 19 infection are suffering from a lot of different problems, including fatigue, shortness of breath, difficulty thinking or concentrating depression, heart, lung, kidney and liver problems. You know, Some of these long haulers had very mild symptoms during their infection, but they're struggling to resume normal life. I think that's important for us here. You know, we have 57,000. People in Wisconsin that are called resolved or recovered from Cove in 1986% of the people the tested positive here, and many of those folks are having difficulty resuming their normal life. I think what troubles me the most is continuing inflammation of the cardiac or heart muscle called myocarditis, and that can happen even in people that had mild or no symptoms, and it can go on for months, and that's that's really a significant concern. Indeed, it is time for the most promising a challenging thing that you guys have experienced or witnessed or seen in the news this week. Let's start with you, Dr Raymond, most promising and most challenging. Well, I think the most promising thing for people that like to travel is that Chicago removed Wisconsin from their quarantine list. So that that's good news. I guess. The police promised saying thing is just to remind people that if you do travel, we still need to practice the three. W's wash your hands. Watch your distance and wear face covering Tim. What do you think, most promising, most challenging? I think the most promising thing is that employers and restaurants that have started open have figured out how to do this safely and bring their employees and customers back. And again, I think the most challenging thing is going to be the learning that goes on in the K 12 environments as we look ahead to a school year, and I'm really concerned. That this is going to be a long hangover from the distance learning that's going on Tim. How could they really use a 2017 photo at that DNC stuff? I don't know. It just It just blows my mind on bears some great commercials that Milwaukee put together rights. They should try those. But I don't know. And the skyline has changed, as we all know, for sure it has. I mean, we talked about Northwestern Mutual earlier that that whole tower You guys are such a value to our community into our listeners. Thank you So much for being with us. Tim. She's the president of the Metropolitan Walkie Association of Commerce. Doctor John Raymond is the president and CEO of the Medical College of Wisconsin. Thank you so much. Thanks, Melissa. It is for 39. W. T. M. J were sponsored by Annex Wealth management. Dave Sponder with Tuesday's money, talk minute. Layoffs, furloughs salary reductions. It's been a tough year. Here's some good news advisory firm Willis Tower, Watson is finding that most companies are planning and given employees raises in 2021. Projection for both hourly and salaried employees is 2.8% on average a bit over this year's level but still a little under the 10 year average. This year 14% of companies skipped giving raises next year. It's 7%. There's on what you make. And then there's how much you keep his your investment and retirement planning strategy. Dialed in doesn't include A tax efficient planning. Is your portfolio, a mishmash that needs sorting.

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"medical college wisconsin" Discussed on How'd It Happen Podcast

How'd It Happen Podcast

04:41 min | 1 year ago

"medical college wisconsin" Discussed on How'd It Happen Podcast

"School are. Linked to a veterinary school. Okay, and and the Dean there Her name is Ruth. Swanson Y remember that I'm not really sure, but she was very helpful to me. and we looked at the curriculum, not just medical college Wisconsin but it medical schools per se, and it's anatomy physiology. It's microbiology. Some statistics that sort of thing, and so those clearly a strong courses, and it was thought that well that would apply to a minor in this particular case, and but she had to sign off on that curriculum, even though I hadn't been accepted yet, but again. If I wasn't accepted, I would have been back at Iowa state for my senior year. Right to finish that up and so that's They approve that at the time and I was fortunate that they allow that to happen because at never been done, and was that a difficult. Part of the interview process with the medical college and others like to explain to them how? You know in three years. You had not only satisfied what you needed to do, but also sort of helped create this. I'm just trying to get a sense of how unconventional that would have been for them to see right. In the nineteen eighties, early eighties medical school and medical school interviews were a little bit different than they are now. Certainly, it was a lot of pre med. Students a lot of science based students Now and I've and I was part later on. I was part of the admissions process at the Medical College Wisconsin even as a student, but now it's we're looking for the liberal arts, students and well rounded students, and that sort of thing. Oh. Is that right upset in I didn't know that they have to have the basics. They have to pass the. Dual or they have to take the cats and dwell nap, but they they're looking for a complete student or person as opposed to just math or science with and by no means was I math or science whiz. but in the in the. Interview Process. It was early enough in that junior year where I interviewed that that was not really. They're concerned about how that would work They knew what I would have needed to accomplish. But they wanted to make sure that. They may have thought that okay he's. He's going to be an acceptable candidate for medical school class. As long as he completes all what what he needs to complete I'm. Kinda has an Undergrad. And this desire now for. To look at a more complete person what? What does that mean what what's the benefit that you see or that's? That's the conventional wisdom that a person may be with a liberal arts background is. Is a more complete person to to to come into a medical schools and then someone who's sort of very rigid in the things that you'd think you'd need to be rigid in to be a success as a physician. And it's not to say that those folks arts. But. As like in every profession, though you don't want somebody to be just an engineer, you don't want somebody to be just a an IT person. For example you want someone who could talk to people someone who could work their way out of a problem or a difficult situation. You want somebody who can. be interested to learn different things about different situations, and maybe it's more technical. Maybe it's more research and scientific, but you still want somebody to have that thought process or capability of that thought process, okay, and the old days it was you know. Hopefully before my time, but in the old days you you get the micro biology book and you memorize. It is all those terms, and you're tested on it and then pretty soon you're applying it in in a more of a practical situation in a lot of what you learn isn't really part of what you're doing. Depending on what kind of physician you might be so that sort of a wrote exercise is not what's looked at anymore. We want well rounded physicians people who can look at the whole person I mean. It's again a little bit of equal shade, but it's absolutely true especially nowadays, okay. Why I was sort of latching onto the complete person. Thing selfishly because I me. My wife and my two kids are all. Products of Liberal Arts Education, so it makes me feel a little bit better. That I could possibly have been a doctor even though I i. don't think I was. I was ever smart enough to be a doctor, but. But that's interesting. Because I had not heard that I still feel like when you hear someone talking about being on a pre med track they're. You.

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"medical college wisconsin" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

08:20 min | 2 years ago

"medical college wisconsin" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"For two days. Well starved for two days. But I am back to Brian shipping for pinch hitting for me. Okay, we'll get to a whole bunch of stuff on the program, including the debate nobody watched. The JV Democrats. My gosh. I mean two winners in the debate last night, Joe Biden, who wasn't even on the stage and Donald Trump. we'll talk about that coming up on the program let's also in the program supreme court the very important decision coming down from the court on redistricting we'll get into that on the show as well also sure looks like what everybody said about the streetcar has come true Streetcar is going to be operating at a loss. They are not going to be collecting fares, because the city of Milwaukee worried ridership will crater. if they begin collecting fares it looks like if they are unable to raise funds it will be coming out of the parking fund aka tax money we'll get with all your donovan about that but before i get into any of that and i was trying to track down dave michaels who hosts the word on medicine segment you know we re i think it's on fridays ties at fridays i think it's maybe what mondays and fridays fridays fridays fridays before the start of this show there will be dave will be talking to a doctor Dr. i'm not relegating doctors to nothingness by calling them just some doctors and it was maybe april he had someone on talking about screening for a safa geel cancer and then maybe a month later head someone on talking about screening for stomach cancer colon cancer and other types of judge related cancer so i can blame dave michaels for being poked in prodded and tested and anesthetized and starved but that's why ended up scheduling these screening so they had a colonoscopy and an upper g._i. what do they call them guests strauss copy so you're upper ask apy and all because i was listening to word on medicine and i'm glad i did because i found a whole bunch of things in the course of these at least preliminarily dr into a bunch of things not cancer tonight cancer don't be flipping out please it's not curable by colloidal silver or essential oils or anything like that so i don't need that either but i just thought i pass along so when you hear those segments and you're thinking you know i don't know do i really need To worry about some of these things people. I didn't think I did. And then I was kind of goaded into scheduling these screenings because I listened to a really rational com couple of doctors explain. why if you're over the age of in my case fifty this makes sense and i'm very glad i did that and i'm passing along my recommendation folks if you have digestive issues and you can't they don't they don't seem to be taking care of very easily then yeah pick up the phone and call your doctor and explore doing exploratory scoping that's basically what happened I got it from both ends. i didn't matter i was out cold i didn't notice anything but anyway so i wanted to i was hoping to track down dave michaels and harangue him on the air to see if i couldn't find the names of those doctors and say hey thanks for doing that because it's the medical college wisconsin that's right but i don't know i don't know the names of the docks but anyway it is that it's the word on medicine with the medical college wisconsin i appreciate that segment strongly encouraged people when it comes on to pay attention to what they're talking about and see if it doesn't maybe apply to your life and yeah so i've got just a raft i've got a list of things i've got to contend with now thanks to that screening at least in in the preliminary call by my doc i've got let's see title hernia i'm just to die i'm gonna just tell you what my diagnosis i don't really care it's not so private that i'm like bothered by this it'll turn yeah i have severe gerd which has resulted in tissue changes to my asaf is known is something called barrett's esophagus google that one in scare the crap out of yourself because on one page it'll be alarming and on the other page it'll be like does he can take care of this problem that's one that's kind of bugging me some kind of asthma like condition basically like an allergy condition that is also affecting the function of maya safa guess i have to stomach ulcers look at your people have done to me look at the politics of done to me they gave me acid reflux to the point where i've got a named condition edel hernia and an ulcer servers and then i had polyp a polyp that was removed and found out i had diverted you'll osas seriously that's my list of stuff and there's some other assorted odds and ends The list all confer all of that has to be confirmed all going to be confirmed as all this. That's got to be looking at this list, going really. So what are they telling me to do? They're telling me to do. Kick the caffeine. We'll see. shall see about that but yeah so and i thought well i probably fine and i probably don't really need this stuff and i'm listening to these doctors and they're kind of scaring me and i'm thinking to myself maybe a bad idea you're over fifty but i'm probably okay and i'll just take i'll just take some pepsi i'm fine Glad I went in. So I'm using myself as a cautionary tale. All of you. best-case nothing that you get your little results back and you know it's an uncomfortable two days and i just made uncomfortable it's not like hellish or anything like that it's just an uncomfortable two days of preparation and then you get to know whether you're good or you need help and i am now in the category of needing help so there thank you medical college of wisconsin and word on medicine and for those of you out there who are tempted to send me your mom's homemade soup recipe for for some of this stuff i'm gonna stick with the doctor's advice on this just going to stick with the doctor's advice which is a prescription medication follow up waiting for the pathology that's what i'm just gonna i'm just going with that by pre she ate your concern ahead of time all right here's what we're gonna do we're gonna take a break we're going to talk about trolleys streetcars they never make money they never break even they never deliver the development that they that the developers of the streetcar systems promise ever ever milwaukee is no different why anybody convince themselves milwaukee could be different that is self-delusion or that is deliberate prevarication to the tax payers who are always always always going to foot the bill for it we'll take a break alderman bob donovan who's pretty hot about this he's also got a an absolute right to say i told you so we'll be right back hey what's up it's rally from the cain show and i just took a little visit to the brand new remodeled rockville dealership hers kia and they have hundreds of vehicles ready to go basically every single thing you could want they have right there on the lot and every new vehicle that you buy from hers kit includes two years free maintenance the greatest thing about them to is that they've been around in business for sixty years so you can pretty much trust that they know what they're doing when.

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"medical college wisconsin" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"medical college wisconsin" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Medical College, Wisconsin, health network, Dr king, first of all, thanks for being here. What are some of the most common causes of back and neck pain, so common things that we see our things like sprain strain injuries? That might happen in an auto accident overuse injuries. But then also we see physical inactivity as being a very common cause of back pain, but that was gonna be my next question. We all experience this at some point in time when should somebody care for that pain. So when the pain is starting to exceed that time period of four to six weeks, where the pain significantly impact on your quality of life. They're having to miss work for this or. If they're starting to notice that neck or back pain is creeping into an arm or a leg. It'd be a good time for somebody to come in and see care. What are some of the various treatment options that are available to somebody who presents with a chronic Becker, neck pain? Yeah. So one of the most effective treatments, especially for chronic pain is, again, that regular physical activity and so coming into see somebody, we have a very comprehensive team of healthcare providers have freighter in the Medical College. It was consonant includes chiropractors, of course, physical therapists in the meal, so have physical medicine and rehabilitation physicians and surgeons when they may be necessary that ties into something. We talk about a lot that team approach that you have at freighter vision number of different disciplines that all come together to figure out what a patient, really needs, of course. So whoever you see, I within our system. One of their primary goal is to figure out. Am I the right person for you to be seeing maybe valuate them? Maybe they don't necessarily need me, and so I can get them over to one of my colleagues, and we can make that transition, very smoothly with very little effort on part of the patient. Conversely, maybe they need me, but they also need some other health from someone else. And then we can bring in that team aspect of care. Couldn't have Dr king. Thanks so much for being with us today. It's been a pleasure. Find a doctor who is right for you by visiting freighter dot com slash spine care or calling one eight hundred doctors when.

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"medical college wisconsin" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"medical college wisconsin" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

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"medical college wisconsin" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"medical college wisconsin" Discussed on WTMJ 620

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"medical college wisconsin" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"medical college wisconsin" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

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WTMJ 620

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"medical college wisconsin" Discussed on WTMJ 620

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"medical college wisconsin" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"medical college wisconsin" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

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01:38 min | 2 years ago

"medical college wisconsin" Discussed on WTMJ 620

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"medical college wisconsin" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"medical college wisconsin" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

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"medical college wisconsin" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"medical college wisconsin" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

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02:06 min | 2 years ago

"medical college wisconsin" Discussed on WTMJ 620

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"medical college wisconsin" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"medical college wisconsin" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

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"medical college wisconsin" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

05:20 min | 3 years ago

"medical college wisconsin" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Com. The WTMJ five-day forecast sunny with a high today forty six clears some fog pops up tonight, a low of thirty two morning fog tomorrow than a sunny high of forty six Sunday partly cloudy forty Monday, rain, forty four Tuesday. Flurries, a cloudy, high thirty Waukesha, thirty two Milwaukee thirty four at WTMJ. You're already ahead if you're eating med as in Mediterranean diet named best for the year in rankings announced this week by US news and World Report. So what does it include? What will it do for your waistline? Joining us live registered dietitian AB quickey of freighter at the Medical College, Wisconsin, happy new year, Amy happy new year Jeanne. So what can I eat, more importantly, what's forbidden? If I go on a Mediterranean regimen. I love this. Because I had my first day back at work of twenty nineteen yesterday. I actually had patients asking me about this because they're hearing this already and the Mediterranean diet isn't anything new. I've been a dietitian for twenty years, you know, came out in a long time ago, but people focused on that heart, healthy, balanced, diet, Mediterranean diet. According to this research is the way to go Amy from what I've seen online. It's really pretty basic. It's lots of fruits and vegetables, lots of nuts and seeds and very very little red meat. It's a dietitian dream diet balanced. There's nothing here that you actually take away from that word moderation comes in there because it doesn't tell you can't eat red meat. It doesn't tell you that you can't have sweets or alcohol. Those things are sparse everywhere else though that fruits and vegetables, those lean needs to give you amazing protein and heart healthy fats, which again that's gonna. To be your olive oil in your heart, healthy, not we're in the nineties when everything was fat free. People didn't eat that stuff because they thought that that would make them fat. So we're trying to change that mentality. And that those foods are healthy. And they're great for our bodies. It's still is a matter of portion size when they talk heart healthy fats. They're talking handful of not not a candle of not well, and it's interesting when that whole fat free thing was was all in vogue here. They had to replace it with tons of tons of sugar sugar, tons of just extra added junk, and really when you think about what we ate back, then those fat free cookies pop in my head, and if you'd looked on the ingredient panel, it was all processed junk now when you look at the Mediterranean diet again when you think about cooking, it's a little bit of work because we want you to eat whole foods that involves shopping and cooking and things like that. But once you get that basis of the diet down of a small piece of lean meat that deck of cards inside. Not a plateful of me. You're still your plate with a may. As in produce like, fruits and vegetables. And then you do use a little fat for. That's that's a tidy that fullness feeling that you don't walk around so hungry all day, you're live with registered dietitian. Amy Cole Wiki of freighter, the Medical College Wisconsin talking about the Mediterranean diet. So here's the question. I always ask whenever we talked at. He can can I have a cocktail. Yes. Of course, you can and again red wine small glasses of alcohol it it's portion size. And how often you're doing that? So if you wanted to have a glass of wine or two we talked about the research on that. We don't want you to start drinking if you don't drink right now, but there are benefits to those kinds of things. But again in Wisconsin, where it's not just age rank, it's multiple drinks on multiple days. That's where everyone looks at January New Year's resolution. It's scaling back those things and remember my theory is always if you can't stick with it for the long term. It's not for you. So we're this diet is balanced. And does offer those kind of. Things you're much more likely to stick it for the long haul. That's where you see the heart the heart healthy benefits benefits in blood sugars benefits, in that way, flying the Mediterranean diet any big on whole, grains, like whole, oats and Brown rice. Is there? Anything I can do to Brown rice to make it less. Brown rice. I am a huge fan of herbs. I love putting salon show in their adding garlic in there. You can add tons of spices. If you want to just to make it taste a little bit better. Another tip for people who really don't like that Brown rice or even whole grain pasta. I teach people to start with half and half half white half Brown mix it together. And then your your taste pallet starts to adjust to that nuttier. Earthier flavor of the Brown stuff. I I will try. Than some very convincing. The Mediterranean diet where everyone's talking Tito, January first the Mediterranean diet is different than Kito. Yes. It's got that protein factor and they talked about healthy fats, but we're Kito again. It's it's a lot of high high fat high protein, no carbs, the Mediterranean diet. Does want you to eat those whole grains because again taking out a whole entire category may work for some people. But for other people who can't get rid of that for the long term. This is a nice alternative smaller. Portions whole grains to make it a little bit healthier. Cool Wicky is a registered dietitian at in the Medical College of Wisconsin. Happy new year. Thank you so much. We'll be calling again soon. All the best in twenty nineteen. Thanks a lot guys. Twenty six Steve's can feed these neck, Wisconsin's movers and.

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