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"mononucleosis" Discussed on FoundMyFitness
"Vitamin C might be useful in reducing pain in people who have chicken. Pox Shingles as far as mononucleosis goes a retrospective study. Found that patients with mono who were given intravenous vitamin C show decreased viral titles and replication. But they're antibody levels decreased forty two percent probably due to the reduced viral replication. A really serious complication of viral infection. Particularly in children is myocarditis inflammation of the heart muscle. A really large. Meta analysis found that intravenous. Vitamin C combined with. Conventional therapy is better than conventional therapy alone. For the treatment of viral myocarditis and children myocarditis can be caused by direct infiltration of the virus that can also be secondary to severe hypoxia and the CYTOKINE storm mounted in response to make infection. There has been preliminary evidence suggesting that Myocarditis may occur in some severe cases of Kobe. Nineteen but it remains to be determined whether intravenous vitamin C can help with this. However what I really want to focus on here in terms of how vitamin C IS USEFUL IN INFECTION. Is the evidence supporting? It's used in the treatment of Sepsis. Sepsis is a life threatening condition that can arise when the body responds to a bacterial or viral infection. It can cause severe injury. Multiple tissues organs. At least one. Recent paper has suggested that Sarko to the virus responsible for Kobe. Nineteen Causes Sepsis. People with sepsis often have low vitamin C. levels which might be predictive of increased risk for organ failure. Some evidence suggests intravenous vitamin C might be an effective treatment for sepsis. For example experimental studies in. Mice have demonstrated that intravenous vitamin C lessons the pro inflammatory state associated with Sepsis and preserves organ function in Clinical Studies. Intravenous Vitamin C. Reduce the number of hospital deaths among patients with Sepsis one study involves more than one hundred sixty patients admitted to the ICU. For Treatment of Sepsis induced acute respiratory failure. The patients were randomized to receive either a placebo or intravenous vitamin C at fifty milligrams per kilogram of body weight. Every six hours for ninety six hours. What's interesting is that? The study revealed no differences in the primary outcomes of Organ Failure Inflammation or vascular injury but twenty eight days after beginning of the study. Nearly half of the patients in the Placebo Group died. Compared to less than thirty percent in the intravenous vitamin C treated.
A Mother's Love: The Death of Morgan Reid
"Tanya Paxton read grew up in a family of girls her parents wanted and John Saxton settled in Texas XS panhandle in the early nineteen fifties. John worked at the local electric company and Wanda stayed home with her daughters. And there are a few of them. The oldest Saxton Saxton daughter was beverly K. She was followed two years later by Rodeina then a year after that was Leslie and then my must've gotten tired because Catania. The baby was born four years after Leslie took a little break there and then that was the end of it yet. But this is the fifties four kids was not unusual at all. Aw No that wasn't Nanan. Woodley have like six years or so apart something but I'm four girls and six years four children and six years. It's a handful. No doubt absolutely now the three older girls were all lighter. Skinned with blue and green is tiny stood out. She had dark eyes dark hair and a dark complexion. Well I like the Milkman. Is My mother used to say. There is a maternal uncle uncle who was a fan of the lone ranger TV show and he began calling Tanya Tanto. The name of the Lone Ranger's native American sidekick so this nickname apparently caught on Tanya was no family as Tanto throughout her life. Yeah a little. I don't think that would fly today as far as political correctness but back then and that was totally something people did. Yeah of course. I don't think lone ranger would fly very well today either so no now. We'll beverly early K.. was eight years old when her parents brought Tanya home from the hospital and Beverly K of course loved her new baby sister and for a lot of the time she'd become primary caretaker for Tanya Beverly K even called Tanya her real live baby doll and just two months after Tanya's birth wander wander. The mother was hospitalized for appendicitis. which you know was a bigger deal back then? There was some hospitalization for several days and she had to rest and John of course had to work so beverly K took over pretty much all of the responsibilities of caring for her baby sister. Tanya in over the years of Tania's Childhood Childhood Wanda had multiple health problems. And I only bring these up because I think it could have affected the way that Tanya turned out unfortunately in a bad away Wanda was bedridden for arthritis mononucleosis hepatitis and even spinal meningitis. So bedridden for the better part of two years Wanda left Beverly K in charge again of a lot of things for a kid. You Know Young. She's like what ten by this time. Yeah not very very old but tiny would recall one of her earliest memories of her mother was when her mother was hospitalized and this was a fond memory she she also had some really good memories of her own hospitalization as a child Tanya hit a small cyst removed from under her left arm and because her mother Wanda was was in the hospital at the same time tiny was allowed to stay in the bed with her mother and have her individual attention for several hours. Now this is from a a child who really hasn't seen much of her mother. She pretty much been raised by her big sister so I could really think it's safe to say that the cemented some positive ideas ideas about being in the hospital for Tanya or thank so growing up. Tiny didn't have too many friends. Fortunately she had her sister's around of for the girls were active in their church choir and they traveled to different states to perform. Misses a real treat because the town where they lived in Texas was isolated. And there just wasn't anything to do there will not only was there not much to do but dad was super strict with those girls. One weird rule he has was was that They could date the same boy twice because that would lead to them. Getting serious and possibly Sibley becoming physically involved with the boy where we can have their right so he had some weird rules like that. He was very strict and when they were pretty young still. Oh John Faxed and left the electric company where he worked and he tried his hand at selling insurance he was pretty successful and his success. In sales built up his confidence vents and he ended up opening a medical supply store with a friend of his who owned a local pharmacy and John went on the road to make sales going to nursing zing homes doctors offices and even hospitals eventually wanted joined him and she took over the home. Healthcare Division of the company so healthcare had become the family business by this point and this is the environment that Tanya grew up in
NAD+, Nicotinamide Riboside, and Nicotinamide Mononucleotide with Rhonda Patrick
"I'm going to talk about a molecule that has become in recent eight years extremely relevant to the field of aging specifically. I'm referring to any D. plus which I will refer to. As N de for short and some of the related precursor molecules kills Nicotinamide riboside often referred to as an R. and nicotinamide mononucleosis tired often referred to as an these two precursor sir molecules are called an boosters which can both be found as consumer available supplements. Just in case. You've never heard of any. It's probably one of the most important molecules accuweather on the planet so important in fact that without it life would cease to exist to NATO boosters nicotinamide said nicotinamide mono nuclear tied at very high doses. This is an animal. Studies have both been shown to improve the way multiple tissues and cell types age including skeletal and heart muscle brain and stem cells. There have also I've been to preliminary clinical trials in humans showing nicotinamide riboside may raise energy levels in white blood cells. which is pretty darn cool however I still? I think there are many open questions that need to be answered regarding. Ad Boosters and I will touch on some of these concerns in this episode but the possibility that intracellular NASD may be increased from a supplement or several types of supplements is awfully interesting if not downright exciting for one. Simple reason energy levels decrease with age and a decrease in energy eighty levels across a variety of types of tissues is associated with many and naming many hallmarks of aging these hallmarks of aging that are associated with age related plated changes in the pool either directly or indirectly include things. Like loss of Proto. Stasis Might conroe Dysfunction Glucose Intolerance Insulin Insulin Resistance Cellular senescence altered epigenetics and more this is partly because the availability of promotes. DNA repair capacity while its decline is associated associated with the accumulation of DNA damaging reactive oxygen species another reason is because Nada's required for energy production so when energy levels decline as they do with age this results in less energy production in many tissues like the brain immune cells muscle etc.. That means those organs do not work as well as they once insted. During youth. When energy levels were maintained? Any ideas also required for the activation of a very important family of enzymes involved in longevity called Sir Tunes and the complete answer to why energy levels fall with age is still an open question. But there's a few things we do know. As we age chronic inflammation and immune activation two processes that consume NASD tend to go up and with them our need for DNA repair placing an immense demand on our energy pool. Meanwhile while our ability to produce and recycle tends to fall with age we're GONNA cover a lot of ground in this episode but I wanNA start with an overview of any D- Any any deal has a very important role in energy metabolism and can be synthesized in the body from a variety of dietary sources including the amino acid trip to fan which which is in tons of healthy foods like salmon spinach and nuts and the three forms of niacin which is vitamin B.. Three also found in foods like lean meats legumes veggies edges these three forms of vitamin B.. Three include nicotinamide also called Niacin nicotinic acid and nicotinamide riboside they are commonly referred to as Nice in equivalents but dietary sources of energy are not the major source of any D. The major source of energy is through a recycling mechanism that we will discuss later. The reason for that is because our organs require such large quantities of that it would be impossible to consume enough from our diet. So why why do we require such large quantities of any first and foremost energy plays a critical role in energy metabolism critical. Meaning without it. You can't make energy entity participates in back and forth processes of reduction and oxidation often referred to as Reebok's reactions these alternating conversions of NFC's oxidized form which Canady to its reduced form. An Age are crucial for the metabolism of glucose and fatty acids and the formation of ATP. Since both the oxidized is in reduced forms of amd are essential for these linked sets of reactions cells need to maintain massive concentrations of both and a D. and an age basically without these molecules. Not only would we cease to exist but life on our planet would cease to exist and it is also a cofactor for many different important enzymes in this context a cofactor means something that is required for an enzyme to work at has to bind to the enzyme and this activates the enzyme so it can performance function so. Let's talk about a few of these enzymes. Several these NATO required enzymes are inside the Mitochondria and this is another way and participates in the generation of energy aside from itself being a type of energetic currency it also acts as a cofactor for enzymes involved in the production of energy from glucose outside of the minor Qendra this is referred or to as glycolysis many types of cells us look like Hollis's as their primary source of energy. For example. Red Blood cells do not have any medical Andrea so one hundred percent of the energy. They require to perform their function of delivering oxygen and other goodies to other tissues in the body comes from glycolysis and plays a very important role in mitigating DNA. A damage you need repair damage to DNA. That is because any cofactor for one of the most important enzymes involved. In repairing DNA damage called part one the activation of part one requires an enormous amount of any D for example excessive DNA damage in subsequent one activation have been shown to decrease energy levels to twenty to thirty percent of its normal levels. The ability to repair DNA damage is important for longevity. LYMPHOBLASTIC cell lines established from blood samples of humans who were centenarians. One hundred years or older have significantly higher part one activity than cell lines established from younger individuals. That are seventy years old part. One activity has also been correlated with maximum lifespan. In mammals the higher the part one activity the longer lifespan. For example the activity of part one one was measured across multiple Mammalian species and the difference in powerpoint activity between the longest lived mammals tested which were humans and the shortest lived mammals tested. which were rats? It's was fivefold so not too much of a surprise but genomic stability which relies on energy in general and pop ones specifically maybe very important morton longevity is required to activate signaling proteins knowns or two which are highly conserved enzymes play roles in health span and longevity in multiple organisms uh-huh so to ends are linked to the regulation of variety of metabolic processes like the response to stress and the modulation of lifespan. The way they do this is through EPA genetic regulation so twins utilize ad to remove specific chemical structures called seal groups.
Vernon E. "Copy" Berg III Discuss Growing up Gay
"Been thirty years since I started interviewing LGBTQ trailblazers and allies for making can get history book. Not Everyone. I spoke with left a lasting impression. Some of the people I met with faded from memory and didn't come back to life until I listened to the old recordings recordings not so copy Berg in my post interview notes. I wrote quote. I was thoroughly charmed by copy. Actually I was smitten. I vividly remember sitting across from the handsome former navy. Man on a December afternoon in his artist's loft in New York. City's Soho neighborhood. We were warned by what must have been one of the few remaining wood-burning Stoves Manhattan copy was no stranger to be interviewed in the mid-nineteenth seventy he'd been the subject of fierce media scrutiny. That's because he was one of the first people to publicly challenge the military's ban on allowing homosexuals to serve copy was born Verney Berg the third in nineteen fifty one. He got his nickname because he was so much like his father. Navy chaplain Vernon Vernon Burge. Junior copy was the oldest of four a clean cut kid boy scout student body president of his high school member of the Optimist Club Bob and the junior chamber of Commerce he attended the US Naval Academy in Annapolis where he sang in the choir and Glee Club. He was also gay in the the summer of Nineteen Seventy Five the Navy Investigative Service confronted copy about his sexual orientation copy admitted to having had homosexual relationships and offered to resign. But as you'll hear that was just the beginning of the story. I asked copy whether he had a sense when he was growing up but he was different In hindsight I now know that I had a lover when I was in high school at the time he was just my best friend and we were in boy scouts together and we did things at school together and we went everywhere together but that meant sharing a sleeping bag and having sex and at the time my impression of homosexuals was. They were somebody who wanted to be a woman across Dresser And so I knew that we we were having sex but to me it was just play new. You didn't talk about it but you didn't talk about sex at all so David and I had sacks lots of it for almost four years But at the same time I was still dating women I mean David and I would double date with women and dropped the girls off and go home and have sex and so that continue all through high school until my senior year and I got mononucleosis which knocked me out of school for six months and it sorta ended the relationship with David because because by the time I came back to school I was very focused on graduating getting to Annapolis and to do that I had to go off to military boot camp. That was when when you were in I graduated from high school. Nineteen sixty nine and then went to boot camp and sixty nine June of sixty nine while men were walking walking on the moon. I was in boot camp pretty hot political time. Oh yeah there was foment everywhere and you were you aware of what was going on on. Well yes and no I mean. I was living in a military environment. All my friends were military juniors Their parents were career military military people and I went off to Annapolis and yes. We read about peace demonstration in the newspaper and yes. She read about drugs in the newspaper but they were all still considered sittard fringe. Those were the days when we still believe that Richard Nixon was a great guy and he hadn't done anything wrong. There was no sense that the government was against us. The way we know now it was so you could still tell yourself that all right in the White House and And that the fringe groups were wrong when you aware that they were gay rights groups that were part of the fringe are that was no that was beyond my experience. My initial official experiences were mostly the military versus the peace demonstrators. When I was in the academy we were told which is completely against ends policy that we were not allowed to wear the uniforms off base in normal times like now you always appear in uniform whenever you're traveling and military functions or going someplace or even traveling overseas to duty assignments well those days? They didn't even allow us to go off the base in uniform because we were sub subject to violence and at the hands of Demonstrators to use a broad general title title Vietnam was very unpopular. And if you walked down the streets in uniform you were subject to abuse. Having been through that experience agreeance I then graduated from Annapolis and my first duty assignment was in Italy. I was with the NATO forces and I was a an assistant chief of staff device Admiral Turner on the six fleet staff for public relations. What off officers were you? I was an incident at the time I just graduated. Spent a year in the fleet and And that's when things broke How did how did that? How did well no no? I didn't plan on. Its distinction. I I make frequently as I didn't start this People accused me of being disruptive. None of us start these things. Somebody else does but once provoked I responded. How did it happen? How do we don't what was what were your circumstances that Nick? I was right right when I was in Italy. I was called in by the Naval Investigative Service Officer on board the ship. What they what was the base? Like June of Nineteen seventy-five June July and I didn't think anything of it because the guy was a friend of mine worked on other cases is with him involving other people and I thought he wanted to talk to me about one of my men and they said we're here to talk about your homosexuality. I said what homosexuality they said Mr Berg. We're not naive. There's nothing you can say. That will surprise us and they proceeded with what I call the good guy bad guy scenario. Good cop bad cop one. The Guy Screams at you and then he leaves the room and the guy says he's in a bad mood If you'll cooperate things get better. There was actually another person involved at the time. There was this civilian teaching English on board the ship and they had him in another room and Lawrence and I did have a relationship and they would go from room to room and say Mister Gibson has just said this do you deny it and then they would take what I said and go back to him and say Mr Burgas just said this. Do you deny it. So essentially the short form is I gave them a confession. I said that yes I was gay. I'd had sex with these people on these occasions and I guess I never answered the original question and that is why did all of its start. I ended up on a list. Somehow I don't don't know really how the Naval Investigative Service maintains that they had a confidential informant What he had found that was that you were in relationship with another man? No they didn't know that. Actually I went in thinking that I was guilty of that but it turned out that they have my name on a list with many many other names of people at the Naval Academy so it seems that the investigation somehow it started at Annapolis because is the the list that they had when they confronted me was professors and students and officers at Annapolis. Most of whom I didn't know no. They wanted to believe that I knew these people and that I was guilty of colluding with them to They still believe that all of us know each other and that is is is wonderful underground network and we all talk to each other and we all fuck And I was mortified as I'd never been confronted by that kind of tactic I mean now I can tell you a great deal about it because it's so thoroughly predictable but at the time I was pretty buffalo by it Predictable in what sense. But they all all the investigations take on the same characteristics and they always produce the same rationale in the same results On the sexual conspiracy right and the homosexuals enemy theory McCarthy started the whole thing when he said that they were homosexuals in the State Department and then he said they were homosexuals in the army and the whole federal establishment was put on the alert to find homosexuals in fair here at them out and prosecute them. Because at the time a McCarthy you could say a homosexual was a communist and equate the two and everybody believed it and and I think people fail to make the connection with McCarthy I mean most other things have been discredited out of that period but this attitude that the homosexual is an enemy has been maintained at any rate. The list had names of people that I'd heard of but I was so upset by The implication that I'd had sex with all these people I decided the only way to establish credibility in other words to be able to deny what was not true. True was to assert what was which was so I told him yes. I'm gay and I've had sex with these people And then denied the rest of it. What were you thinking about the your relationship with another man given that you were in the military knowing that the military knowing with military's views on this where do you think about it life? I guess I handled it the same way. I handled my relationship in high school. And that was the It wasn't something you talked about. We're very highly closeted closeted. But it wasn't something. I was ashamed of something I enjoyed. And I was happy in
"mononucleosis" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"And an interception in his return from mononucleosis Arizona got by Atlanta thirty four thirty three for their first win of the season Denver down Tennessee sixty nothing for their first victory the Panthers beat the Buccaneers thirty seven twenty six in London in Major League Baseball the Yankees visit the Astros tonight in game two of the American League Championship Series New York one Saturday series opener seven nothing afterward manager Aaron Boone was pleased with his team efforts obviously out after having some days off not that I was worried about us he'll be in flatter B. and not sharp but I thought we were sharp I thought we had a little miscommunication on ball to middle but I thought otherwise I thought we played really clean on defense I thought we made a lot of the place I'm Donna page that you're Bloomberg NBC world sports update Brian all right thanks very much Donna the time now is twenty one minutes before the top of the hour this weekend at the box office Warner brothers DC comics super villains starring Joaquin Phoenix continues to attract fans the picture beat analyst expectations doing some fifty five million dollars in box office receipts over the weekend that in north American theaters and that's according to the research the researcher com score analysts had expected forty three to forty five million The Addams Family from the MGM and United Artists releasing place second opening with sales of thirty point three million dollars all right the markets this morning in the Asia Pacific lots of green on the screens full details coming up this is number Rumer daybreak Asia it is forty five minutes past the hour time for a check of sports from around the world here's Donna page thanks Brian in the early NFL games Washington got my Miami seventeen sixty for the red skins first victory of the season the dolphins remained winless after failing to score on two point conversion at the end of the game case Keenum threw for one hundred sixty six yards and two touchdowns for the skins both to rookie wide receiver Terry McLaurin that gave Washington a fourteen three lead early in the third quarter Carolina top Tampa Bay thirty seven twenty six in London used to be Kansas city thirty one twenty four John Watson threw for two hundred eighty yards one touchdown and two interceptions in the victory Patrick my homes had two hundred seventy three yards three TD someone picked for the cheese Minnesota mall Philadelphia thirty eight twenty Kirk cousins threw for three hundred thirty three yards four touchdowns and one interception for the Vikings who improved to for it to New Orleans still to Jacksonville thirteen six Baltimore beat Cincinnati twenty three seventeen Seattle knocked off Cleveland thirty two twenty eight the only Chargers are hosting Pittsburgh in the night game in Major League Baseball the Astros are hosting the Yankees tonight in game two of the American League Championship Series which New York leads one zip after winning the opener seven nothing the NLCS resumes Monday when the nationals host the cardinals in game three I'm Donna page that you're Bloomberg NBC world sports update market twenty four hours a day business Bloomberg business slash everybody forty seven minutes.
"mononucleosis" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Seven two nine three seven seven six it's been a lost season for the New York Jets was Sam Donald is tired of waiting around and having somebody else try to get this turned around four weeks ago he was diagnosed with mononucleosis he's been dealing with an enlarged spleen as a residual effect of this illness now last week he said he was well enough to play although the funny moments when Josh McCown his former teammate back with the eagles walking across seas inputs is the puts his arm is is cloth over his mouth like he was quarantine a sound all that ha ha very funny Blankety blank and everything a hog and everything but he is the doctors have said he has been cleared to play with a new or just this Sunday we had a chance to play again against the Dallas Cowboys doctors are cleared up now if you hit him in the spleen right he won't die okay that's a good thing yes all the other side of this how is he cardio wise how is his strength wife how much weight lifting is even really been able to do it there there's two different things here it's being medically cleared to play and physically able to play sure and so the doctors have said yes if you get a hit in your spleen mono gonna you're good you won't die on a football field congradulations now the other aspect is the coaches how many times have we said this ready players need to be protected from players meeting themselves the man in the mirror Sam Donald is a fighter and a competitor he wanted to be out there all last week but as he said I don't want to die that's a positive yes I'm with you anti death always a positive I'm good with that one million percent were all with the but just because the doctors have cleared him to play it meaning you won't die if you get hit this plane even with a protective vest how is it just me physical standpoint ready I've never had mono bad brains it did right you come away with that you don't know your shell of yourself in this two doesn't exactly built a bunch of bench presses and curls and squats over last month I'm dealing with is your energy is drained you have nothing if you feel like a big old marshmallow in bed then now okay last couple weeks get those girls in windows fifteen pounders right now I mean maybe a bug fifteen on the bench we feeling up to about thirty five all right let's go play a football game what are you nuts man New York you should jets do do right by the player city one more week let him let him let him run a few more laps let him do a few more squats let him get his body right you stink you're an awful football team well don't don't harm this young man let him get some good some cardio back let him get another week of strength and then put him in there but right now for this to me is protect the player from the player this what scares me a little bit about him coming back this week to play the Dallas Cowboys and now waiting another week before they play the patriots a money not football on October twenty first he said meeting Sam Donald that he felt well enough to play last week but there was still some swelling in his spleen now I'm not a doctor not about the play one on radio here in ESPN radio's Freddie Fitzsimmons of radical anything if it's Simmons but when I hear swelling in a spleen and that's not even seven days later and doctors have cleared due to play doctors know a lot more than I do but of on the New York Jets something I'm glad you quit on the play I'm glad you cleared in the practice let's have a little bit of practice and then wait until next week when we know for certain there is no swelling in the spleen like I said not trying to play the dock in the so the New Amsterdam which is a great show by the way is it it's terrific all y'all wire yeah don't worry I will thanks but wouldn't last week you said you felt well enough to play but there was some swelling in your spleen I'm pretty pretty conscious enough to say that that's why he has not gone down in less than one week for you to be cleared to play even in a national all the game even if it has right which I don't the doctors put him out there they're still swelling in the spleen sure but a whole again yeah well but again this is cardio from a pure strength standpoint I just remember it like I'm forty seven years old now man yeah I remember you know friends of mine and they got mono and they they wasted await me again I mean I I was like overweight going can I get it because many guys look good now they lost like thirty pound there are better ways to lose weight faded in mono probably not the best way yeah the hello I could use a you would have the flu having marital by you bed rest but not a good idea the end all jokes aside JTS you aren't a good football team you're coming in against the cowboys squad that got a thirty one spot hung on him they're going to be angry give this me a man one more week make sure everything is right they're not going to but I know damn sure I would it because Sam wants to play you want to play last week he had his way he would let us know we play or from the player city one more week by the I know if again we had we first heard about this with Sam Donald and we had a call of was a doctor called in a frenzy and even said this all dangers this is if you try to rush Sam Donald back before he's ready there's a female yelling on a large screen with mononucleosis no matter where you are and what you are the biggest thing we look for is largely in contact sports you cannot play four to six weeks we have to look out for this man cell here is a very high chance he will die under contact him as a person he's out of four to six weeks minimum I hadn't even heard that he that that must be when I was on a on a Friday or whatever when I was shopping for college football a man with that guy act the player from the player like take one Barkley coming back early from the high ankle you know it into it but but they're but they're waiting yeah exactly you're watching him make cuts in that new wants to play within the putting on of the August a major it's doing it give it one more week let's just wait hang on and this hero serious matter franchise type guy right Sam Donald same thing but this is this is one Freddie again from a pure strength standpoint don't throw that guy out there but are they going to Sir yes it will make a difference with Betty they're all full of Lyndon I'm I I know levy on bill be glad to have him back up to the loop walk experiment which was not free to loot fault was not going to work at quarterback for the New York Jets at the web the Travis Simeon that money that football game against the Cleveland Browns we got broken in half right exactly and the fact that he was able to live off the field was a minor miracle in itself when it comes to Travis Simeon and I know about pressure if you're the head coach Adam gase think in my football team is going to be better with Sam down the look fox everybody knows that everybody understands that well why do you want to have why you wanna be captain wince anytime somebody gets near him you couldn't if you Adam gase anybody else in that uniform if he gets hit and I hate to bring this up but it's a fact because that they've inherently at its core it's a violent game imagine if he gets hit like Mason road off mmhm for those who missed it just Google Mason with us there was quarterback against the ravens last week this exactly is talking about tech the player from the player the giants are protecting sake one from sake one right now about the pandas again written yet give it time we're good right now I barley or the kid the Panthers like camp yeah as much time as you need we got this over here three and all right now although he's going to come back down the plan of the little big no no no no I'm a college book going but still in two to three into camp take your time this is completely different let him get some is belongs back let him get some strength back a week goes a long way protect the player well the players at times we'll have to protect himself Sam does not interested in that now I'm not saying he is completely blatantly putting his health at risk when you want to play so bad and you feel like you're letting your teammates down by not being out there when the seasons getting away from you of course that's going to cloud your judgment if you Sam Donald you played with doctor clears you is one thing right coaches right they're the ones that have to protect you from you Sir as of the doctors are doing their job the doctor like ninety one dies planes good it's it's not it's not inflamed anymore he's good apply you know the answer okay bench press two and twenty five pounds eighteen times anymore no I'm not I'm gonna use you just said Hey we don't think he's going to die add to that the judge heard nothing yeah the jets there did not meet its right well wall wall wall we have put its objects have done these go plays we he's not gonna die after that get heard nothing the jets is they get a lot out there to play the Dallas Cowboys and ornery deep as they had that kind of production put up against them his arms are white mine right but I there you go though I'm out there so you think doctor he's not gonna die good good to play get him out there if you see a dollar the New York Jets you know as it is on Twitter my Heliconius been Ian's handle it Ian fits ESPN back to joining us soon Freddie aphid Simmons was in about progressive insurance at them against us.
Jets' Sam Darnold cleared for non-contact, uncertain to play
"Coach. Adam gays and a conference call today talked about the health of his quarterback. Sam darnold right now what they're telling us. Is E cabinet contact on tax. So if we were playing a game tomorrow or Wednesday he wouldn't be able to play because he hasn't been cleared for contact at what point in the week you have to make a determination. If Sam can't play of it you have have to get ready for what what is your cut off point with making the decision on. Sam Not Ideal. It's not ideal situation. That was the first question I asked as well. It'd be one thing if you're looking looking at a guy that has played in the league like twelve years or something that could be the whole week and all of a sudden get. The rug pulled out from under us. This is more of a situation of when you gotTa younger backup you know and if he was gonNA play so the sooner the better that I have an answer right now. It is what it is. I mean I just have to kind of preparing with the possibility of Sam going and then possibility that Luke my heel. That's the that's the honest truth right there and that's the unfortunate aspect for jet season that is going the tubular route fast. I can't imagine darnold who's just been cleared for non contact stuff getting out in the middle of the of the week and being able able to get up to speed for Philadelphia Eagles team that we saw was chasing down Aaron Rodgers last week. I wouldn't do that no chance yet. Darnold was asked all. I got this in his speech. Let me let me do this pleased. It would be a my honor to do this police mind because as you know my favorite great graphic in the history of Monday night football in the vast history of Monday night football is thank. You Are Los Angeles Broadcasting Center. They have it at the ready. It's it's it's that motion you the man point that they had Sam Darnold Ucayali in front of a green screen the middle of August probably longtime having no idea that the lift your arm seven point at the screen would be used for indefinitely mononucleosis graphic. Most jets graphic ever ever now has a quote to go with it as I tweeted out to go yeah yeah in answer to the question. Is your spleen still swollen now. It's Germane question for somebody who has mononucleosis because that is the crucial organ of your body. That's most affected by illness can't mess around with okay is your spleen still swollen a very rare. Germane question that's asked of a human being let alone an NFL quarterback. That's viewed as a savior of a franchise answer. It's out of my control. My spleens going to do what it's going to do. which is by the way a new record not just for the jets very jets not thing but overall the most unique twist of it is what it is right now in a by part my spleens? GonNa do what it's GonNa do not have a crystal ball. I'm only talking about the spleen that are here. My God what is happening don't mean to laugh except I do but look cases. Only gases only can only do what he's going to to. You is what it
"mononucleosis" Discussed on Deadcast
"I don't think it's true Ivana so I don't think he knew I'll. I'll think he cared at all about Ivanka's last name and barely her first name but she was just and he for her like the thing that's most of what he remembers there beyond the fact that she was like exotic and glamorous or whatever you know about him like doing all kinds of weird resume inflation on her as a skier. I trump thing he was like could have been in the Olympics. They said that she was too good for the Olympics so she didn't do it but she go to and like she was like a youth youth skier in the Czech Republic. Wherever it is that she was from but yeah decided that she had to be like whatever an Olympic competitor that sounds about right yeah that sounds that sounds very much like of all the things you can do brag about how good your wife is. It's sports. It's really solid trump behavior. You know it'd be fair to endo if my wife was like Lindsey Vonn. Ib like she's a gold medalist. You know yeah same same. I wouldn't say that my current wife is Lindsey. Yvonne that would be would be a lie right or like if you saw her like swimming really well if you're like she actually caught Michael Phelps in a sprint and pants them barest and he cried and guide wouldn't help him because I thought it was so embarrassing. She actually killed the mega. Don Show was produced by the Fabulous Michaela Heck we we featured music by carbon as the episode's Mix Kalonzo Dot quest you send a voice remounted dead cast desmond dot com or tweet US using the hash tag dead cassie find us on what apple podcasts panoply. NPR One over US gets podcasts have a fabulous week. I'll see you from New Orleans by uh-huh yeah..
"mononucleosis" Discussed on Deadcast
"The back we're back every. NFL quarterback is dead raw. They're all dead. Eldest sad buffet aww crap need for everyone unbelievable even before right before we yesterday the day before this podcast us you know we'll have the lag in terms opposing but drew brees ahead undergo hand surgery after he knocked stomach. Aaron Donald against the rams up brutal loss of the rams and then Ben Rothlisberger has only go- elbows drink. He's GonNa be out for the entire season. giving way to Mason and then today we found out the Cam Newton Crab Grab Newton has a foot injury and the Patriots don't really know when he's going to be back which is fitting for the panthers because they've been actively trying to kill him for years ears. Yeah it's overdue speaks to what an incredible specimen he is that they were just like for years their number one players just having him run up the middle for no reason yeah. Well you know what but it wasn't like for years. The poll the whole reason people should on Rivera was because it would be fourth and one and they would put the gun in hand off to like Christian McCaffrey or like Jonathan g Angela Williams steuer unlike like sweep weep instead of having a fucking beast man yeah I got quarterback is big and strong as any linebacker in the league. Yeah who always do is lean leaned forward to get the yard needed to convert a fourth one. They never ever did it and yet despite all that they would still actively leave cam undo like fifteen drops so you would get actively murdered and receivers are fat so they never did really good job taking care of him you. They didn't really give a shit about Cam Newton so it's completely on brand for them to be like well. We don't really know what the problem is. The probably blow over. I guess it's fair to say that the League was actually took care of Cam Newton in the panthers did they. I you could say I think it was a team effort really collaborative. Everybody got together to yell. Stop resisting assisting at Cam Newton until he was very badly injured and then they go you never strange game but next man up staring was very few now as very sexy played. They played the bucks last Thursday. They looked like shit. They lost the bucks who like to gotTa really make an effort to hand the bucks. The Gay few all lose the bucks and CAM was missing throws all over the place. You look awful. It's awful and was one of those things where you watch and you're like something's wrong with him like goods those one one of those you played doctor because he's playing bad and there's no excuse to be playing bats. You immediately start concocting like diagnoses in your brain well he's. He looked so bad that it. It's kind of like an embarrassing thing to do because it's like one of those those things that as a you know if you watch football do it and then like maybe you take a step back and you're like well. That's disgusting. Why am I watching this. Why am I just sort of like assuming well. He's very badly injured. No probably feel the effects for years if not for the rest of his life so you've got to change your play calling to reflect the reality effects on the ground of course like just the he looked really bad. It's weird to find out that it was a foot injury. Although I guess that makes some sense his form all wonky was beyond missing the throws. I was like why are you. Why are you throwing like that because he had had shoulder problems all last season and that was nice but yeah and of course your feet are integral into your throwing. Mo- urge to your throwing motion so it makes sense if his foot was all fucked cutout fuck with his throws and all that but I am actually not like you and that when I play armchair doctor at home I don't really have any of the existential the central crises that I should have as someone who has had a traumatic brain injury. I should be like but I definitely like. I'm definitely like Oh. That's an ankle you know like I don't. It's just like it still doesn't even doesn't even occur to me to have like compassion for about eight seconds so let's just like like a really vicious hip that I'm like whoa alright. This puts things in perspective people all the quarterback stuff though has like it has again like brought home. I'm to me what a disgusting creature watching football makes me over the course of two weeks of not really watching very hard because it's like tears. I'm like I'm worried about Cam like I'm sad about drew brees because I like watching them because I have friends who are saints fans and then the Rothlisburger thing I'm like Oh. What are you heard. His head is giant. fucking stupid. Head has like just don't care which is bad well then like my thing was corbis bitch and I was like wait. That's not the right thing to say when someone's arm has been dislocated from his body like there is built in in order to enjoy the games. There's an inherent sort of inhumanity. You have to have how it in order to enjoy them fully and then when you step out of it for a second you're like wait a second like. I almost castigate myself like hey hey. Is this really who you want to be. Is this how you WanNa be stick to football you. Stop being scale right laser focused. That's the advice I give everybody. I kept thinking neither the last night because I watched. The jets. Play the browns for a half. I'd love myself too much to watch the second half and Save Donald was out with motto my poor son Sam Jornal home well. I'm glad he's kissing beset mononucleosis after yeah after kissing the his prom date and and mono sucks like like they had Lisa saulters on the sideline and I swear I'm not saying this to belittle saulters. She said she said that she checked with her. Children's pediatrician sort of get an idea of what mono is like if you're a grownup because kids get mono a lot of teens or teens when you're adults much more serious so so she was she was such an odd thing for Neville player to have this that she had to go that far afield to get a decent piece of medical relevant medical information Bachchan gets to the broadcast and it was like yeah. Actually he could die from this and it was like Oh shit yeah. That was the part to that again but you know in terms of like what has football done to you you like right. After that came out. Everybody had the same jokes and was all descendant of jokes was basically the sort of thing where you're like. What would you because a girl who've they had it when you're in high school like now it's spleen was like really enlarged. That could've been really bad. That was all all jets like it was a thousand of those there was someone I I was listening to the Radio Day. There was someone on ESPN radio who was like well now. The jets have to step back and evaluate not just seemed on it for this year but what they're going to have with. Sam Donald going forward like it's his full time on shows a lack of commitment to the team that he got we our child's disease or or that he's injury prone because he keeps kissing subway conductors or something like that. Oh the idea that Oh man that is some real. NFL Breen Shit it is it is thoroughly. NFL Brain Shit because you know Sam Darnold look very good in the preseason and is someone with you know jets factors side side knows if someone bright future as soon as I promise and potential so his faulty sidelined by Kamado lost ten pounds in eight minutes. Thanks so good the to the idea of like Adam gase look of course it's disappointing. You know it's not what you look for in a starter getting chicken pox. You're put yourself in a position to succeed. Things are going to happen to you yeah yeah they always cut to Adam Gates and he looks just so astonishingly unhappy like he looks like he looks like the one with Mono. I like lassie. He was wearing a not shirt and the T shirt didn't even fit right and he had a beard and it looked like he'll begin showered in eight weeks probably hadn't just it doesn't look like a lifestyle conducive to being productive human being right. That's the thing he's got like that. Coach brain thing that like it's weird 'cause like Gruden at least somehow there's time time during the day for him to shave or he's just so intense that he stopped growing a beard. That's possible that he's so focused that the energy that would otherwise have generated a beard or moustache has just just been channelled into watching game tape. Well I think Burns but fraudulent in that regard because Bruce Goodwill Brag all the time about getting up to three e. tape and all that shit yeah but meanwhile a camera goes on and he sprints to it. He's already made up like He. You know cases like the real Joe Gibbs in the sensitive time the all missing in his life up yeah. There's a story about him like during the summer and I don't know if it was designed to make him look look cute or focused or whatever but all the stuff he's like whatever like reading a scouting report on like Luke mccown while his wife is giving birth or something like just right not cool stuff. You can't do right yeah. It was the whole there was a whole football widow aspect of the story and the whole sad thing is that he sucks and so you're looking at this guide I'd just exhausting every resource of both his like his endurance and his psyche putting in inhumane hours like the kind of hours that would cause people to like like fear for human rights all to lose twenty three to the fucking parral. God that is really the part part of it. That's like you don't need to be up for five consecutive days to cut your shitty kicker like you could do that on eight hours sleep and like no one would be mad yeah. Oh I remember like like Tony Dungee Super Bowl and like Tony Dungee had a policy where like he wanted coaches home for dinner with their families at night. Bob Stoops had the same policy when he was in Oklahoma and like at first national title and then you know Bob still won ten games a year pretty much throughout perpetuity woody during his tenure but both of those guys were like look. We want you to actually have lives but that is like that so rare that I can actually name the people help them on my one hand who do that. The rest of them are fucking freak. So who's the last. I think if Dungy's the last. NFL coach that that at least publicly talked about policies like that who is the last one that actually seemed to you like a moderately chilly human being because I have an answer for this but it's like twenty years ago I hi actually I have an answer for currently in its Bruce Arians because yes Syrians also had a policy or has he and I'm good at wrong but he had some sort policy making sure he wanted his coaches to be home and to not sleep in the office and stuff like that now. I say that knowing that Bruce is cool well in some ways and then if you if you ask them the wrong question he suddenly. Moore's Intel's like the worst version of Mike Leach that you go boy pop you yeah. He'll just like lock you in a shed or something like that. It's just a complete lunatic so I don't really know which brassieres which is clearly both at the same time but ours Jersey Jersey seems like myself forward thinking guy and I know that like like by NFL coach standards but also probably by like white males living in the Greater Tampa Metro. You know like there's no doubt he hired tr two female assistant coaches fulltime not like not the training camp thing like actual jobs for female coaches and like he was like I want these people here. I want diversity inclusion. That's cool and all that stuff but then also he's like well. Mommy's are scared to have their boys play football now. It's ruining our great game like he's that guy yeah which is again. That's the way that is like a point that everybody makes over and over again especially during the campaign seasons or whatever but like actual political the opinions of most Americans are incoherent and jarring in the extreme. Certainly you can have those two thoughts in your head. It's like allman number. One issues are like taxing the rich and then also like I do think militarily we should dominate the globe and you have to. I don't know how you convince that person of anything but you gotTa do it but for me the guy that that seemed like he was enjoying join himself as an..
Jets turn to Falk as Siemian (ankle) set for MRI
"Salad with jets quarterback Sam Donald out with mononucleosis Trevor Simeon made the start last night against the Browns in the second quarter Simeon was knocked out of the game suffering an ankle injury on a late hit that left it to the third string a look fall to go the rest of the way this game would turn in the third quarter the jets were trailing six to sixteen to three but or in the red zone facing big but make a bowl fourth down for the June. when you go to pass the bill. since the ten inside the numbers he's close to the first down but I think well it's zero the spot is it you may be shot they were already marked in shock to the tennis Kevin Kevin Harlan Tony to sell in the third quarter courtesy of Westwood One the jets turned it over on downs at the eleven yard line and on the very next play Baker Mayfield it Odell Beckham junior with a slant pass and Beckham did what Beckham does he took it eighty nine yards to the house the Browns up twenty three to three and at stood up as the final score the only jets points a forty six yard Sam Ficken the field goal Falk twenty of twenty five four hundred ninety eight yards Simeon will undergo an MRI the jets are now into the Browns up to one
"mononucleosis" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"After being diagnosed with mononucleosis not good it could be out for a couple of weeks to don't want to take a hard hit if you've got mononucleosis rough weather putting a damper on the Carolina Panthers last night they lost to a division rival full details boxes metropolitan on the table bay Buccaneers both passed an NFC cellphone or sitting at the twenty maybe just outside Wednesday. for more than a touchdown Joe Buck there on NFL network James Winston connects with Chris got one for a twenty yard touchdown pass god with eight catches one hundred twenty one receiving yards as the bucs beat the Carolina Panthers twenty to fourteen Winston throwing for two hundred eight yards in a win that and a twelve game road losing streak for the Tampa Bay QB and this game needed a roughly half hour delay due to inclement weather man apartado fox news so for the real heavily featured games really haven't been all that terrific and thing thirty three three patriots on Sunday night football. one at a football game was nothing to do cartwheels over then you get this thing with the rain delay university of Tennessee announced yesterday that it had offered a four year scholarship to than fourth grade boy whose whole made T. shirt went viral school said quote in recognition of the fourth graders volunteer spirit the university has extended an offer of admission for him to join the class of twenty thirty two in addition he's been awarded a four year scholarship that covers his tuition and fees starting in the fall of twenty twenty eight should he decide to attend UT and meet admissions requirements about that the unnamed Florida boy was bullied at lunch for wearing a homemade U. T. shirt during college college week is teacher shared.
Jets QB Darnold ruled out indefinitely with mono
"The show about the jet same Donald will not play Monday night against the Browns he's got model. he's got mono mononucleosis twenty three year old twenty two year old Sam Donaldson and could miss several weeks he's quarantine to his apartment it's been reported he's lost five pounds already. wow that's not good no he could be on several
"mononucleosis" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"And every episode we do on I tunes or any other podcast directory because it goes up his staying young show two. Point, oh and you can follow us on Twitter at stay young media It's time for medical trivia Judy okay we got Scott, bakeries, calling from San Antonio Texas. Welcome to the show. Scott For having me so you? Regular listener I here I am then? Every. Chance I get so. Are. You do you do you usually get the, dementia, defender right I'm just, curious Yeah I. Try to well no forget if you get them right. And you know they are, you can always call eight four four well one hundred you can play that game. As well just reminded the doctor. Going to go back and. Forth they're gonna do five, questions and you're going to be playing for prizes and we'll. See how good you do you can win some age support multivitamins a stay vitamin. Line the stay young, vitamin lines mostly gluten free and. Vegetarian all the ones that are marked there's only a. Few that. Aren't in that. Line and then lifeline. Stem cell cream if you're really good keep that. Stuff on the shelves so? Let's see how good you are at? This. Ready all right Scott first question mononucleosis mononucleosis is often referred to by. This common name which, refers to a way that you. Can actually transmit it what disease is referred to mononucleosis. Common term Mono yeah but there's another even more commoner Person sore throat This is the, blank disease Blind drawing a blank The kissing, disease kissing disease I should've known that Okay here we go. With your next one if you are farsighted this means that you, can see close. Up true or false That's right you're far it means far away of course very good all right? Third question when people age what is the condition they often get on their. Foot. Or so that is named after a. Vegetable what is the condition they get on their foot that's named after a veggie Yep Gal for. Life Obviously.
"mononucleosis" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"They did the i g g they did the gm they get the herpes as well i mean we're talking kirby six hours yeah i mean they talk the rangers like zero to twenty one and i tested a seven hundred fifty okay so historically when you look at tons of studies and i probably have a hand out of the office and i probably took fifty different studies downloaded off the internet and combine them to create the information f seen bar is the most common virus probably ninety five percent of the populations exposed between kindergarten and probably six grade and again of course college that's when we're exposed to more people than any other time in life and it's the easiest fires to catch some people feel a call for cold some itching some headaches swollen glands other people fullblown knocked out because they have the what we call mono syndrome mononucleosis they're modest sites are very high in their blood they can't get out of bed so it's a very bad virus the first time you're exposed because it knocks you down because you have no antibodies to recognize it or to attack the second or third time you might be exposed at any point in your life your we have some antibody recognition that's why antibody i g g the long acting antibody will stay there to help you recognize and then build a response against it but it's a very strong virus it is linked with plaque in your blood vessels it is linked with ms lupus two dozen cancers this is what traditional medical research says about this virus so it's really bad however some people have it and it can wax and wane and they feel lousy and they feel better there's no drug for it also when they did some brilliant research and pathologic i think are some of the best researchers in medicine because they're dealing with absolute facts in looking at your cells under a microscope and they can stain the cells and do their thing but they did a big study on women that had breast cancer in the path allergist took all the samples of breast cancer tissue that the surgeons removed and there was clear cells that had no cancer in it because they take extra make sure they got everything and then there were the cancer cells in ninety eight or ninety nine percent of the cancer cells.
"mononucleosis" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"And now is your chance to educate us i mean why why should we care what a chaka is due correspond to hard physical things in the body which are comprised of energy and information anyway but such as our organs and our body parts and our and our veins and arteries so the chocolates do correspond to those things in the body but they also correspond to our feelings emotions are personality and there are concentrated areas of these wheels of energy which were shocker means wheeler vortex there are concentrations of these that align the spine so they start from the basis fine and they move up through to the crown of the head and those are the seven main shoppers and the reason why we need to pay attention to them is because they can give us clues and indications of where we might be living out of balance so when you were recovering from thyroid cancer why was the first insight you had about how you were living it wasn't it was really subtle but all of the clues from my past made total sense i had always been so the throat chakra is the fifth shock run it's we have seven of the main as i mentioned and in my childhood i had always been sick in the throat i had tonsillitis and strep throat all the time it was literally i would get over one and i would have another and i just grew up like that i was always sick always on antibiotics and it was most of the time it was in the throat and then when i was seventeen i had mononucleosis and i had an abscess in the throat that literally blocked off my air passages and they had to do an emergency surgery to open up the abscess and then of course skip over to eight twenty eight and then the thyroid cancer and when i looked back i said whoa why was i always thickness fro what's going on here and.
"mononucleosis" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"So when you were recovering from thyroid cancer what was the first insight you had about how you were living yeah it wasn't it was really subtle but all of the clues from my past made total sense i had always been so the throat shocker is the fifth shock run it's we have seven of the main as i mentioned and in my childhood i had always been sick in the throat i had tonsillitis and strep throat all the time it was literally i would get over one would have another and i just grew up like that i was always sick always on antibiotics and it was most of the time it was in the throat and then when i was seventeen i had mononucleosis and i had an abscess in the throat that literally blocked off my air passages and they had to do an emergency surgery to open up the abscess and then of course skip over to h twenty eight and then the had cancer and so when i looked back said whoa why was i always sick and throw what's going on here and i realized that i did not have my inner voice and i wasn't able to tha would speak outward and i wasn't able to speak my grew up in a really dysfunctional household as many people do but you know i had to be the good girl i had to be the people pleased i had to be the adult for the adults in my life that weren't being adults and so that meant that as a child i had to just be nice play.
"mononucleosis" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"No but mano mononucleosis modern on now that's not a while belo chen could now that painful i know that why why are you guys all guessing its std all right monday is it pelvic inflammatory disease he eighty no it it it's not bender crabs i i i heard about how rabs now the abate but think outside the stds think outside the box maybe it's not a sexually transmitted possible believe and bacterial budget this oh my god i don't can i would to get the hacked our knowledge none it mona uh scabies it's not scabies know are you sure a bend over belgian artist the elliott's apart right oh is it syphilis it's not civilised now motto now is up deka it's not zeqir bender hepatitisa it's not hepatitis a biercee now belial is it committee yes it's not put media he does not have media god almighty i i guess think outside the std boxes that working monnet uh don 'area it's not gone 'area now vendor uh genital warts or hpv now now it's it's not that hpv no is it simply it's not herpes simplex nausea economical urethritis now genital warts now intestinal parasites microplastics no no no loophole granny aloma venerea paneria now it's not he's got aids it is not recognize this no intestinal parasites he does not know modernlooking what mononucleosis now has done it okay i'll tell you what has been a parasites and i he has here hsb one or two now more than one he has lyme disease you got bit by it by a dear tick.
"mononucleosis" Discussed on KGO 810
"Oldest as you might pick up so hey it took me a while to pursue this i uh i retired and uh got into its more and down that it was feasible to do um and oddly it hadn't really been done before i mean there there's some folks out there that they collect social media either volunteers you say gee i feel badly the moment um and i think that uh a google did uh a gold google flew couple years ago were they were looking at this social media and looking for certain words on social media but what uh what i i found there is a way to do it based on doctors diagnoses and and collecting uh a great deal of data which i think is is significant okay so let's talk about ever seen joining me on the phone right now is dan shaw founder of doctors reports dot com and new abney website that's up so yeah tell me about this data so i can track i mean i'm i'm on your website renault now tracking defending guy common cold i have no odor titus media the ear infection i got it okay bronchitis gastroenteritis croup oh boy croup i have i have two kids strep throat you know the flu influence the ainu monja cute signing seitis lyme disease mononucleosis mercer are as beacon junk divide us how so how are you collecting this data tell me about this way we're hour i mean how do i know that you have all this great data worry we're we're coming from well actually hated being collected regardless of my efforts the uh this is claims data so if you go to a.
"mononucleosis" Discussed on Here & Now
"Well i think the court challenges lie very few medical schools even how this as part of their curriculum when at a patient comes in with symptoms that i had they don't know how to diagnose you they can start to blame you knew patients can have a number of different symptoms but the core symptoms we all share it's something called post exertion all militias or p m and this basically means that when we exert ourselves either physically or mentally passes certain limit we crash in all of our symptoms get worse and what they're starting to find now in kind of laboratory studies is that it's because we have this very low threshold of kind of big energy so you can imagine an athlete when they're running merely hard they will start to get kind of lactic acid in their muscles and all sorts of feel akg am and that can happen to someone like me if i just stand up and walk across the room you know some patients are a mildly affected so they may hit their limit working fulltime and have to spend the weekends in bed to recover i'm for someone who's very severe it might even be too much effort to biebel to feed themselves or even got out of bed at all now then in the 80s there was an outbreak an incline village nevada they thought it was an outbreak of mononucleosis on a girl's basketball team there have actually been about seventy outbreaks documented in medical journals the largest of which was an incline village nevada and when the cdc came out to investigate and ended up deciding that you know it was probably a case of mass a stereo out of the 80s we had that sort of horrible name chronic fatigue syndrome which i think has really served to obscure the reality of this disease is the disease that is twice as common as multiple sclerosis and you know on average can be even more a debilitating and yet we get almost no research funding and no access to medical care while but he as you said you have access to each other let's listen is a the serve a montage of people from around the world talking about this yeah i'm completely vendor it in that i have lost the ability to walk i call.
"mononucleosis" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"In the thing is is that if there are any people who were drunk driving on the road that's the last thing you want to do you don't wanna get out there with people like that seriously you just do not want to do that and even out in california their do wings at liberalnational checkpoints wonder if they're doing those route here that's one thing i guess some kind of curious they did say though it here's a warning to you just enough why i before you grabbed that person to kiss when the ball drops on new year's eve doctors want you to be aware of what you may be in for michael bowers got the warning while that kiss in times square when the clock strikes the new year may communique your love your significant other studies have shown that during an intimate kiss of ten seconds on average eighty million bacteria are communicated between the two kassar's this year those bacteria include infectious mononucleosis which is also known as the kissing disease poll stores.
"mononucleosis" Discussed on The Goal Digger Podcast
"So the test that we did one of them was called the t f h r which when i was reading that like when people were sending me this as like does it say mother or they spelling things wrong the mtf hr gene mutation in that came out negative but basically that gene mutation is a possible factor in recurrent miscarriages with the mixed results so some studies have found that this gene variation increases the risk of miscarriages while others claim that there is no link but basically it it's a good thing if you've had recurrent loss to get tested for this mutation because some doctors will test for it if you have a history of miscarriages and offer aggressive treatment to everyone who with that mutation others don't even have a test for it so we test of where it came back negative which is a really big blessing to know that we don't have to walk through that obstacle but that was something that a lot of people were messaging me about and yes we got tested for it it is a good thing to just get has devoted know if you have that because it can be a factor in ria current laws the next thing we test of war was the obscene barr virus antibody and at blood tests are basically just done for the ecb v antibodies and this is helped to or used to help diagnose edv infection so this can cause infectious mononucleosis which is mano so if a person is symptomatic but has a negative monetize which i came back positive on those in that i have had mano at some point in my life i've never been diagnosed four but i don't currently have it in so i think that we did this test specifically because i have been so tired like.
"mononucleosis" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"You in liver failure are you bleeding out so that you're so anemic that now you need a transfusion they need to know these these urgent and lifethreatening issues and that's really what the standard blood were was designed to look at however that same set of blood work that gets looked at in an emergency room is what is often looked at in a once a year preventive visit and when people go in and our have chronic disease and so you can see how it wasn't really designed to fit its purpose i am it it it's great for it if you're having an acute event and knowing that yes i can transfusion your yes you can't you can't we undergo a certain procedure immediately not as great for chronic conditions so one of the things that it that i want our patient are our people out there listening to the show to think about if you know someone who has fibromyalgia f you have fibromyalgia i want you to ask them or think about did you have a colder flew some type of illness before this occurred and then maybe you got better for a period of time but the kind of ever since then you never got back to normal well this can be a pathway this can be in a currency if you are hit by monaco mononucleosis and so this is a condition that make sure lymph nodes swelling your throat makes you feel very fatigue and some people makes their spleen enlarge and so you have this condition you fell down in the dumps and then bed rest is really that the best treatment there and you do that and you recover i bet you never quite the same well when monaco goes chronic which can that's epstein barr virus and so there is a chance that if you can remember our colder a flu or feeling down and it just never really got better it's not for no reason it's because there's a bugs still being harboured in your body or your immune system got turned on an and knighted to that and has never have calmed back down again creating ongoing inflammation that begins to create what are called cited kinds and in a.
"mononucleosis" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"An emergency room what they need to know immediately as are you in kidney failure are you in liver failure are you bleeding out so that you're so anemic that now you need a transfusion they need to know these these urgent and lifethreatening issue news and that's really what this standard blood work was designed to look cap however that same set of blood work that gets looked at in an emergency ram it's what is often looked at in a once a year preventitive visit and when people go in and i have chronic disease and so you can see how it wasn't really design find to fit its purpose an it it it's great for it if you're having an acute event and knowing that yes i can transfusion yes you can't you can't our undergo a certain procedure immediately not as great for chronic conditions so one of the things that it that i want our patient are p r people out you're listening to the show to think about if you know someone who has fibromyalgia if you have fibromyalgia i want you to ask them or think about did you have a colder flew some type of illness the poor this occurred and then maybe you got better for a period of time but kind of ever since then you never got back to normal well this can be a pathway this can be in a currency eighth you are hit by manoel mononucleosis and so this is a condition that make sure lymph nodes swell in your throat makes you feel very fatigue and then some people makes their spleen enlarge and so you have this condition fell down in the dumps and then bed rest is really the best treatment there and you do that and you recover i bet you never quite the same well when monaco goes chronic which can that's epstein barr virus and so there's a chance that if you can remember our colder a flu are feeling down and it just never really got better it's not for no reason it's because there is a bugs still being harboured in your body or your immune system got turned on and ignited to that and has never have calmed back down again creating ongoing implemention that begins to create what are called site kinds.