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"national institutes health" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

Armstrong & Getty On Demand

08:50 min | 8 months ago

"national institutes health" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

"Trinidadian. Testicle tail continues. Dr anthony vouch has weighed in on nicki massages. Cousins friends testy. I'm sorry i didn't have my headphones all the way on. Did you say anthony thought. She weighed the man's testes no ways. Yes things dr phil. She has flown trinidad with a scale. Dominator two way nikki massages cousins friends testy now. He has waiting on the story. And we'll have that coming up and did you actually say we have breaking roomba news. Yes and we do. How long will take wanna do it. Be far this or after. How about after okay. So not one. But several of our beloved listeners emailed us at armstrong mellberg armstrong and getty dot com and. We were talking about the changes this society. The people not coupling lower birth rates rising crime etcetera. they send us link various descriptions of the mouse. Utopia experiment sometimes known as universe twenty-five that was conducted in the seventies. You may remember in the seventies. There was a great deal of concern about ruled tokay and it was a benevolent rulership. To everyone's rights were respected. There is a great concern about the population increase in. They thought once we hit like seven billion. Everybody'll starve to death. But then various changes in technology farming blah blah. But we've got plenty of food for everybody for crying out loud. Yes good point but while everyone was about lack resources. One behavioral researcher sought to answer a different question. John calhoun wanted to know what would happen with society of all of our appetites are catered for and all of our needs are met now. Good question well. He set about creating a series of experiments with mice. The most infamous the experiments was named quite dramatically universe. Twenty-five here's what he did he. He took four breeding pairs of ice. Place them inside of utopia an environment that was designed will eliminate any problems that would lead mortality in the wild limitless food water shelter nesting material. The weather was kept at a perfect temperature for mice. No predators obviously and then he chose the mice specifically for their health from the national institutes health breeding colony. Give your best. Mice expense is not an issue The experiment began. As you'd them i see is the time that they usually use. A foraging for food and shelter. Just coming through social media. Actually they had enormous amounts of sexual intercourse about every fifty five days. The population doubles the mice. Filled the most desirable space within the penn. R- access to the food tunnels was easy. You're gonna have to work to get to a downside. Here when the population hit six hundred and twenty miles that slowed to doubling around every hundred forty five days as the mouse. Society began to hit problems. The mice split off into groups and those that could not find a role in these groups. Anti trump no. No no no but those that could not find a traditional mouse role in these groups found themselves with nowhere to go. Calhoun wrote in nineteen seventy two in the normal course of events in natural ecological setting somewhat more young Survive to maturity that are necessary to replace their dying or old established associates that excess that find no social niches emigrate here. The excess couldn't emigrate for. There is nowhere else to go. So the mouths of the mice found themselves with no social role to fill now. Does that remind you of anything in society today. Young american men. For instance as the society's evolved males who failed withdrew physically and psychologically he wrote they became very inactive and aggregated enlarge pools near the center of the floor of the universe from this point on they no longer initiated interaction with their established associates nor did their behavior illicit attacked by territorial males even so they became characterized by many wounds much scar tissue as a result of attacks by other withdrawn males. The withdrawn males would not respond during attacks. Lying there immobile later on they would attack in the same pattern. The female counterparts of these isolated males withdrew as well some. I spent their days printing themselves shunning mating and never engaging in fighting this is amazing. This is amazing. I know due to this. They had excellent for coats and were dumped. Some dubbed somewhat disconcerted ably. I'm sorry can certainly the beautiful ones. The breakdown of usual mouse behavior wasn't just limited to those groups. The alpha male became extremely aggressive attacking others with no motivation or gained for themselves and regularly raped. Both males and females. Violent encounters sometimes ended in mouse on mouse cannibalism despite or perhaps because their every need was being catered for mothers would abandon their young or merely. Just forget about them entirely leaving them to fend for themselves. The mother mice also became aggressive towards trespassers to their nests with males that would normally fill this role banished to other parts of the utopia. This aggression spilled over and mothers would regularly killed. They're young infant mortality and some territories of the utopia reached ninety percent and that was the first phase of the downfall of the utopia in the second phase that calhoun term the second death. Whatever young mice survive the attacks from others and others who grow up around these unusual mouse behaviors as a result. They never learned usual. Mice behaviors and many showed little or no interest in mating preferring to eat and preen themselves alone and soon after the population of the colony collapse completely in violence and cannibalism low birth rates. High infant mortality. And soon the entire colony was extinct. Euler certainly into the not interesting in mating interested in mating or of raising offspring period preening ourselves alone etc now. We don't have a similar overcrowding problem but we do have a pretty powerful philosophy in society that all of your needs should be met you should not have to strive for food shelter family et cetera. Housing is a human right. Food is a human right when you eliminate striving you kill on animal retirement with dignity as a human rights. Barack obama's big thing right no matter what you do or don't do throughout your life. No matter how much you save or how little no matter how lazy and stupid you are. You should have roughly as much as everyone else. You eliminate striving you kill the animal and to whatever extent males would gravitate toward the whole Be a dad. Have kids play the traditional role that is being attacked as wrong in every tv commercial and show and song and speech. You hear the right so you have that reinforced culturally in a way that mice who've produce very few tv shows can do. Then you add to that you know questionable chemicals and hormones and the rest of it in food water supplies whatever and and you end up with either mice or humans who don't strive they don't form families there's a great deal of violence And they have no role they feel. No purpose purposeless mice on we. Ridden rodents troubling. We'll have linked to the story. I in a couple of minutes. At armstrong and getty dot com. If you wanna read it in its completion. I left a lot out for linked sake but it's really interesting. Dr anthony fao ci was asked to weigh in on the controversy around nikki manashe and her cousins friends ask them and why don't they mind their own business. Cbs news asked him. Okay nikki manashe. I don't know her act really she. Twenty two million followers on twitter and she tweeted out the other day. She's not getting the vaccine. Because her cousins friends testicles. Swale in trinidad doctrine. The she said no evidence for this sort of thing impotence or testicle swelling or any of these different things He doesn't know what happened there but he. There's no evidence that that is a cause of the backseat. Has he examined the poor trinidadian. The unfortunate trinidadian himself now. I think he's doing this from afar. Have not even laid eyes on the man's nord's.

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"national institutes health" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

All In with Chris Hayes

06:52 min | 9 months ago

"national institutes health" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

"Officials are trying to keep children safe in a pandemic while they're governor picks a fight with down and even threatens their salaries or their jobs talk about bullying in schools. If not help these governors won't help speed depend me. i'll use my powers presidents. get them out of the way. President also announced. He was cracking down on people who violate mask mandates and scolding the wildly antisocial behavior. We've seen in so many videos that have gone viral in recent months. I'm announcing that the transportation safety administration the tsa will double the fines on travelers. that refused to mask. If you break the rules be prepared to pay. And by the way show some respect the anger you see on television toward flight attendants another's doing their job is wrong. It's ugly directness. With which biden deliver the speech indicates to me at least that he and his administration political advisors understand they are on the right side of both the politics and the substance here they need to get covert under control and it is not contained right now. A recent gallup found sixty one percent of people approve of vaccination requirement traveling on an airplane. Fifty eight percent approval requirement to attend events with barge crowds. Fifty-six percent approve of of it to go to the office or worksite. More than seventy. Five percent of americans eighteen have gotten at least one shot so this is not. I mean. it's a country that's divided on everything. But it's not that divided on this. it's not. This is not abortion this is not. You know immigration seventy five percent. It's political fight. President biden should want to have he clearly does on surprisingly. There's been a fair. Share of yelping from republicans congressman. Thomas massie of kentucky claim. This is actually unconstitutional arizona governor. Doug ducey said this is exactly the kind of big government openreach. We've tried so hard to prevent congressman. Dan crenshaw tweeted quote. Are you people trying to start a full on revolt. honestly what the hell is wrong with democrats. Leave people the hell alone. This is insanity foreign revolt. What do you think he meant by that. It's amazing how common is become republican politicians to threaten something like full on revolt in the face of policies. They do not like. We've got a lot of axiom. Nation requirements this country. At that you dan konczal has had to get vaccinated for. I don't know his service in the. Us armed forces or enrolling in school. And we have them all for the same reason because communicable diseases communicate. They moved through populations even vaccinated populations. It's just a numbers game today. That was a clear message from president biden. The summer's been brutal. In many parts of the country particular throughout the south too many american lives lost too many preventable deaths and we head into the fall and winter with school back in session. Time to reset our priorities to battle this horrible disease together. Through whatever means necessary. Dr francis collins director of the national institutes health and he joins me. Now i wanna start dr collins With something that you and i spoke about the last time you were on my program nationals due to health runs a hospital and you told me somewhat surprisingly to me that because the vaccinations runner emergency use authorization. You could not mandate it in your hospital. That has changed. Now i imagine it has been mandated in your hospital. What are the results of that bit. Well i think it was very readily accepted by the people who deliver care in our hospital which sees particularly sick patients many of them cancer immunotherapy patients who are very dangerously at risk for this virus so it was not a hard sell the the legal abilities to do so got a lot better. When fda gave full approval to the pfizer vaccine that cleared away the one last legal hurdle and art being able to mandate this. And as you heard today the president aims to act in that situation. I think quite effectively and aggressively to make sure that we're not missing out on the chance to try to do something to drive this pandemic back away from where it is right now in a pretty dangerous surge. We can do this. And i hope that came across at. This was both a very forceful muscular approach but it has a point as a point of trying to get us pass this. This is how we can get there. I want to say 'i rhonda santa said something. The other day that fell encapsulated a line of thinking that has been consistent throughout and has really caused massive havoc in this country and he said look if you get your about getting vaccinated doesn't affect me. It's basically like what. What are you care one way or the other and obviously i think you and the president of the people feel differently. Explained to me why this isn't simply an individual choice like you know what t. Shirt you put on or what kind of music you like right. I'm glad to answer that and again. This is a place where i think. Freedom has gotten misinterpreted. freedom is about rights. But it's also about responsibilities. We have a free country where we take care of each other when our actions might hurt somebody else if you're unvaccinated and you are therefore much more likely to get infected with delta nba symptomatic. Quite likely for a couple of days. You're spreading that around to others around you including kids under twelve who can't be vaccinated so it's not just about you from me. This is really a occasion to think about loving your neighbor. Not just yourself. And that's what the president was trying to say if we really want to get through this. We've got to figure out how those eighty million people who still haven't rolled up their sleeves can see this as an opportunity and a responsibility. Not just about them. Yeah you just mentioned children. I was looking at these statistics about children. I wanted to put them up. 'cause it's striking here. I mean kids under twelve can't get vaccinated and the vaccination rates and lots of part of the country. Teenagers is very has been quite low. And we're seeing this huge divergence. I mean you know when you talk about what the collective responsibility is in states that are lightly vaccinated. You see these huge spikes hospitalizations and that's hospitalizations both adults and kids under eighteen. You see it there on the right of your screen. The ten most vaccinated states. You basically see that flat line for kids eighteen. I mean there is accountable. Number of children placed into direct danger. There people's children are getting put in the hospital with this thing as a result of low vaccination rates.

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"national institutes health" Discussed on The Mark Levin Show

The Mark Levin Show

03:27 min | 9 months ago

"national institutes health" Discussed on The Mark Levin Show

"Several months ago life. Liberty and levine on fox. He may watch giving added gentlemen on the program really not a politician and not political in any respect. Actually a real journalist. He was a senior editor of the The sci page of the new york times for years and years and years but he was retired. He's well into his seventy s and he spent a year looking into this issue of the corona virus and its source and he wrote quite a definitive peace And he said there's absolutely nothing from anything that suggests came from a mammal. Is that it that it jumped from an animal whether a bad or anything else to human being and he said the overwhelming evidence suggests came from the lab. He said you know. I'm basing it on on these reports and things i'm looking at it. And other thing he wrote about in this document was the the funding the funding of the wuhan lob gain of function. Now there's been some speculation. He broke the story because he went any looked at a grant. A grant that went to this organization from foul. She's national institute of allergy and infectious diseases this organization in new york which is providing funds to the warm lob in communist china and just want you to remember this because it was this gentleman the former new york times writer who broke really and everybody has jumped in cincinnati. A good thing people at speculated but he actually provided a roadmap now. There is a breaking story. I'll use it from the new york post. Its and other publications as well. Wuhan lob documents show faucher untruthful about gain of function research critics thou- she's been accused by critics of lying after newly released documents appear to contradict his claims that the national institutes health did not fund gain of function research at china's wuhan lab included in the trove of documents as a previously unpublished grand. A proposal that is grant proposal that eko health alliance that was the group which is run by peter as that was the guy filed without. She's national institute of allergy infectious disease. Foul she has repeatedly insisted that nih funding of the will does not constitute as gain of function research which modifies the biological agent and in the case of a virus could increase its transmissibility or violence. Which of course it did. And so The grant proposal included in the documents for a project titled understanding the risk of bat corona virus emergence which involves screening thousands of bats samples as well as people who worked with the live animals for novel corona viruses. The outlet said the three point one million grant was awarded for a five year period between two thousand fourteen and twenty nine thousand nine after the funding was renewed in twenty nineteen. It was suspended by the trump administration in april twenty twenty. The proposal acknowledged the risks of such research.

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"national institutes health" Discussed on The South Florida Morning Show

The South Florida Morning Show

05:51 min | 10 months ago

"national institutes health" Discussed on The South Florida Morning Show

"It's the south florida morning. Show with jennifer. Ross in bill adams on newstalk eight fifty w mt l. Right now at this moment other than the immune compromised. We're not going to be giving boosters to people but we will be following them very carefully and if they do need it we'll be ready to give it to them now. It's not our favorite thing to start off your morning with a little dictator. But i figured who is pretty important. He was on good morning. America this morning talking about that third shot. The booster shot didn't sound like right now. But let me ask you this. I mean following them very closely. I guess they listen to whatever the food and drug administration now says i. It was the cdc then. It was the national institutes health. It's the fda who listen into. Is it the fda. That's making the announcement tomorrow. I'm pretty sure it's the fda. And i'm like yeah tomorrow where they come from those with a compromised immune system. I thought she was talking about following those with the compromised immune system. Oh can i listen to get. Maybe i misunderstood. He should have been clearer twice. But let's get this right now at this moment other than the immune compromised. We're not going to be giving boosters to people but we will be following them very carefully and if they do need it. We'll be ready to give it to them. You're right rates following people. He's referring to those with compromised immune systems who. I'm sure the hospitals and doctors know about anyway. Believe and it's probably somebody who's fighting You know Some type of disease. Maybe you just had a transplant. I mean you know if you're in a compromised position but they said the fda is gonna come out with it probably by tomorrow and say that you're gonna need a third booster and then wouldn't surprise. Me i am. I'm assuming by tober if not sooner go. They'll say the average american needs a booster. They've already got people afraid of the the first shot because the messaging was so messed up. I can't tell you how many people think that if they got this first shot that the the series of shots the first ones that horrific things are gonna happen in the future to show their bodies. There's no doubt they were like no one's tested it. They don't know well. And that's not and i can't fault because of the information that's out there fault anybody. It's going to have to be a personal health choice. But there's been so much bad information on both sides. Can we admit that. Oh i i agree. Yeah it's it's you know. Somebody's got to just sit down and tell the american people the facts. This is it. Yeah stop scaring people and and this whole thing with cases you know last it started. When did they switch remember. Originally it was like i. It was how many people were dying and and that in itself is horrific but then as the good news was as deaths were diminishing substantially they went. Oh we're gonna talk about cases now because there's twenty eight thousand cases a day yet. Nobody died it was early summer last year when cnn's of the world were pushing case numbers. Throbbing case number member. And i'm telling you especially. Now that's the worst metric to measure the severity of this thing and how it affects the country especially now. Because you've got you've got. Tell me i hate to say tell me about deaths and serious hospitalizations before you start thinking about locking people down again and when you do that and unfortunately leases. Tell me is it. Because they weren't vaccinated was it because they were old was it because they had a disease you know. Could you give more details..

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"national institutes health" Discussed on Horizon Talk Radio's podcast

Horizon Talk Radio's podcast

08:01 min | 10 months ago

"national institutes health" Discussed on Horizon Talk Radio's podcast

"Both fundamentally changed the way universities approach technology transfer. And you can see that best in the statistics. Universities obtained sixteen times as many patents today as they did in one thousand nine hundred now. Everybody's getting more patents but still universities share of all patents in the united states is more than five times greater than it was before buydell. The situation has gotten so bad that one Information technology industry official has publicly referred to universities as quote crack addicts unquote driven by quotes small-minded tech transfer offices addicted to patent royalties. That act gave government workers the right to patent their discoveries so to to claim intellectual property for discoveries that the taxpayer paid for ever since that happened in the early eighties it destroyed science and this allowed the development of those conflicts of interests and this is the crime behind letting somebody like bill gates with billions of dollars. Nobody elected him. He has no medical background. He has no expertise but we let people like that. Have a voice in this country while we destroy the lives of millions of people. Normalcy only returns. When we've largely batson. Hey did the entire global population if we activate mandatory vaccines globally. I imagine these people stand to make hundreds of billions of dollars that own the vaccines and they'll kill millions. Has they already have with their vaccines. There is no vaccine currently on the schedule for any arnovitz irish. That works so i have to ask you. Are you anti vaccine. Oh absolutely not. In fact vaccine is immune therapy just like interferon alpha immune therapy so i'm not antibac- seen my job is to develop immune therapies. That's what vaccines are. Do you believe that this viruses created in a laboratory. I wouldn't use the word created but you can't say naturally occurring if it was by way of the laboratory so it's very clear. This virus was manipulated. These this family of irises was manipulated and studied in a laboratory where the animals were taken into the laboratory and this is what was released whether deliberate or not that cannot be naturally occurring. Somebody didn't go to a market. get a bat. The virus didn't jump directly to humans. That's not how it works. That's accelerated viral evolution. If it was a natural occurrence it would take it up to eight hundred years to occur. This occurred from sars one within a decade. that's not that's not naturally occurring and do you have any ideas of where this occurred it. I'm sure it occurred between the north carolina laboratories for dietrich. us army research institute of infectious disease and the woman laboratory. Three point seven million dollars flowed from the national institutes of health. Here in the us to the ruhan lab in china the same lab where many people have said that this corona virus infection. I originated we. Also now know that aid the department associated with the national institutes health of which dr anthony. Thou- is in control had already been conducting experiments with the wuhan lab in the past in regard to corona virus. If dr anthony fao she cannot be honest with the public about his connection to this lab. Then thao she has to go in nineteen ninety nine. I was working in for dietrich. in you. Samra there and my job was to teach ebola. How to infect human cells without killing them he bola couldn't infect human cells until we took it in the laboratories and talk it's hard to ignore the death tolls people have been dying. They are dying from this in quite alarming numbers. How do you reconcile that. It's pretty easy when you see for me when you see what the government has done and that is that they took quoting dr burks. We've taken a very liberal approach to mortality if my husband were to die who has copd. His lungs have fibrosis. His lungs would look exactly like somebody with cova nineteen theoretically but he has no evidence of infection. So if you're not testing and you don't have evidence of infection. And if he walked in there today get out they'd call it cove in nineteen and we hear this from the doctors and nurses who are upset. I've seen so many doctors online that have made their own webcam videos. Just perplexed by the protocol that the cdc had given them well. Last friday. i received a seven page document. That sort of told me that. If i had an eighty six year old patient that in the monja but was never tested for covert nineteen but sometime after she came down with the monja we learned that she had been exposed to her son who had no symptoms but later on was identified with calvin nineteen that it would be appropriate to diagnose on the death certificate colon. Nineteen when i'm writing my death. I'm being pressured to add. cove it. Why is that. Why are we being pressured to add. Cove it to maybe increase the numbers and make it look a little bit worse than it is i think. So why would they want to skew the number of deaths due to cova nineteen. Well fear is a great way to control people. And sometimes people stability to think for themselves as paralysed if they're frightened enough and that's not where i want people to be. I want people to say we're gonna get through this. I'm gonna use my head. I'm going to go to different sources. I'm gonna listen to different sources. And i'm going to think for myself because that's what america is about if someone dies with cova nineteen. We are counting that as copen nineteen. You don't die with an infection. You die from an infection. I've talked with doctors who have admitted that they are being incentivized to list patients. That are sick or have died with kobe. Nineteen thirteen thousand dollars from medicare if you call it kobe. Nineteen right now. Medicare is determined that. Kobe nineteen admission to the hospital. You'll get paid thirteen thousand dollars if that kobe. Nineteen patient knows bandleader. You get thirty nine thousand dollars three times as much and you've killed them with the van later 'cause you gave them the wrong treatment all the things that just don't make sense the patients i'm seeing in front of me the lungs. I'm trying to improve. Have led me to believe that we are operating under a medical paradigm that is untrue and fear this misguided treatment will lead to a tremendous amount of harm to a great number of people in a very short time. My next question is about italy. I wanna know why. Italy was hit so hard. Italy has a very old population. They're very sick with inflammatory disorders. They got it. The beginning of two thousand and nine teen an untested new form of influenza vaccine had four different strains of influenza including the highly pathogenic h one one. That vaccine was grown in a cell. Line a dog cell line. Dogs have lots of corona viruses. And that's why they're not testing there. You just say oh. It was that.

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"national institutes health" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"national institutes health" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"These exploding numbers. And, of course, the publisher changed. The name of the book, you know, probably would've sold more copies. If we had kept the original. It came out right is the pandemic was starting. But the point was, we drilled into all of these diseases like HIV and we drilled into polio and really told those stories and said, How was it? That we were able to get ahead of these diseases. And that was the idea of the operation worked speed, and we came up with sort of a formula and the formula's pretty simple. It's called a pact. Each letter stands for something so we have to prevent. We have to advocate we have to care, and we have to develop new treatments, and that's gonna be the path forward for us. And so you can think through. That's when we think about prevention. Maybe there are chemicals. Maybe there are pesticides. When we think about advocacy. We've got to get out there and be more aggressive and tell our story and let people know we're really worried about this growth, and we need to do something about it. When we think about C for care. We've got expanding numbers of peoples. We have to develop treatments and take care of them. And then, of course, we need to increase that in H budget by 10 times or more, and that's why we've sent 25,000 cards to the White House Red cards, the White House Advocating for you know not only banning certain chemicals and pesticides that we know multiple studies have shown us are a danger keeping telemedicine, which is not permanent, you know as part of Parkinson care, so we can go into the homes of folks with Parkinson and then also increasing that national institutes health budget by 10 times, So we're going to get to 100,000 red cards. We doing it at ending Parkinson dot order ending pd dot organ. All our proceeds from this book are all going to charity. Now, Dr Okun. How would a vaccine actually work for Parkinson's? I believe I read in my notes here something about that It's similar in a sense to the cove it vaccine because like how it affects the SARS type viruses that that accurate well, there's a couple of different approaches that you can take in manufacturing of Seen in some of the vaccines that have been manufactured for covert or like the ones that are already manufactured for Parkinson. And so it might surprise people listening here that there are several companies already in the space there Several patents out there, And the idea is very simple. So in Parkinson, there are these abnormal proteins that deposit on your brain. So you know how you get plaque on your teeth? Think about getting plaque on your brain. Not a great thought. But when you think about it, that's really what's happening here in Parkinson and these vaccines are programmed to go after the proteins in those plaques called Send nuclear and probably a little too much information. But we program it and we programmed the immune system to go get that Seenu, Cleon and clean off the brains. What we don't know at this point is whether or not we'll clean the brains and people will still have Parkinson Justus bad where there will clean the brains off. They'll have less Parkinson or whether will actually turn into being something that's closer to affecting disease progression. So so it's the jury is still out that the safety testing has been done by a couple of companies in this realm, so Do. I think this is the going to be the complete answer to Parkinson? Probably not. But there are some really exciting things coming. And when you think about Cupid 19 think about all the money that's going into the development of new technologies and techniques that's going to drive research and other areas and I'm super excited that it's gonna bring some new things for Parkinson. I'm excited, but I just wish it would have happened decades ago instead of all these people continuing to suffer their entire lives with such a debilitating disease. Thank you so much, Dr Michael open for being on the program. Thanks, Doc. Thank you. Thank you..

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"national institutes health" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"national institutes health" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Moderno hopes for that with its vaccine as well, and there will have to be a very careful plan made and it's in the works right now about how to offer those to the people at highest risk national institutes. Health director, Dr Francis Collins. The FDA has approved the first at home coronavirus testing kit is the number of new covert cases hit nearly 162,000 and the US Yesterday with more than 1700 deaths and the Johns Hopkins count that is the most in a daze since May, and there are record hospitalizations across the U. S. So many states and cities have put in restrictions limiting indoor dining, closing some things like gyms and theaters and also telling people that have small gatherings on Thanksgiving. George's recount found more uncounted ballots and President Trump's favor, But Joe Biden still leads there is the Trump campaign keeps fighting in court in Pennsylvania. Joe Biden. The president elect is moving forward, though adding more staff to his incoming White House team. Still not getting coordination from the Trump administration. Fox's Rachel Sutherland has more live day President Biden received a national security briefing from former government officials, including former ambassador to United Nations Samantha Power along with military and intelligence officials from the Obama administration. This is the General Services Administration still refuses to sign off on an official transition and you study for from the center for presidential transition. At the nonpartisan Partnership for Public Service, warns the delayed transition could undermine Biden's ability to fill key positions and respond to the ongoing coronavirus. Spend them in. Hey, America's listening to Fox News. It's 603 of Alabama's morning news with JT. I mean Gene or bell. Another spike in Corona virus cases. State Health Department confirming more than 1200 infections, along with nearly 40 more deads. World hospitals feeling the strain from Corona virus, the head of the Alabama Hospital Association, Dr Don Williamson, says facilities don't have enough resources. They all were concerned. About their staffing issues and about how they may have to look at reducing elected procedures not because they don't have the beds but because they don't have the staff. He says. Some hospitals could face serious financial problems. Testimony resumes today in the CAT West murder trial. Shelby County prosecutors telling a jury that clear a woman was killed by her husband, Jeff. They say the murder weapon was a liquor bottle, but defense attorneys contend there was no murder and that West was killed by a fall following a night of drinking. That case received national attention. Following the revelation, Cat West had a subscription only website. Featuring revealing photos of herself under the name Kitty Cat West, a traffic stop leads to a drug bust. Jefferson County Sheriff's deputies say they smelled marijuana after pulling over a driver on I 22 they searched the vehicle and found £18 of pot. They arrested the driver, Raphael Freeman of California. He's being held on $500,000 bond. Triple A predicts will see a large drop in Thanksgiving travel. It'll be the largest since the great recession in 2008, triple A Alabama's Clay Ingram says. 95% of all holiday travelers, you're going to be on the highway. There'll be a 50% drop from 2019 numbers for air travel. That's the largest one year decrease on record. While there's some people that are chomping at the bit to get out and go somewhere and See friends and family members that they haven't seen in a while. There are still a number of people that are quite comfortable getting out and about in just yet Triple A says Travelers should plan ahead and be aware of covert 19 restrictions at your destination right now. 37 degrees, mostly clear skies. Next news at 6 30. I mean, gee, Norville on Alabama's Morning news now back to your host, Leah Brandon. Thank you so much, Angie, So I go to sleep last night. I mean, you just can't even sleep anymore because there's so much blood. Breaking news overnight. You're so far behind. By the time you wake up, it's almost impossible to catch up. I go to sleep last night, and there are two GOP election officials in Michigan's Wayne County, and they are refusing to certify the vote. Apparently the two actually were named, Uh they are. Let's see. Oh, my gosh. What is their names? I can't believe I can't find it, but they were named. And they were under an avalanche of criticism. They got threats, allegations of racism and they finally Caved and agreed to certify the vote. Jenna Ellis is a senior legal adviser to the Trump campaign, and she was on Fox News. She told Shannon Bream that she got reports, the two board members spotted discrepancies. And said the ballot counts in 71% of the county's precincts did not match the voter rolls. Their names are William Hartmann and Monica Palmer. Now, uh They were accused of racism by Ned Stabler. He's a pole challenger in the much Aligned T C F Center in the city. That's where a lot of the Shenanigans happened. He went in a viral zoom meeting, saying the trump stain the stain of racism that you, William Hartmann and Monica Palmer have covered yourself in is gonna follow you throughout history. You two will forever be known in southeastern Michigan. As to Racists who did something so unprecedented, they disenfranchised hundreds of thousands of black voters in the city of Detroit. So what do they do?.

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"national institutes health" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"national institutes health" Discussed on WTVN

"News, all straight ahead. It's five o'clock 6 10 that you TVs From ABC News. I'm Richard can't a deadly attack at the home of a federal judge. It happened in North Brunswick, New Jersey, outside New York City. Someone disguised as a FedEx driver approached the home of Judge Esther Solace and shot and killed her 20 year old son and wounded her husband, now in stable condition after surgery. Judge Sallis was in a different part of the house and was not shot. The FBI, state and local police are now searching for the gunman. U. S marshals were called to provide a security detail for the judge who has received Threats. In the past, authorities are investigating whether there's a connection or whether the shooting may have resulted from her husband's work as a criminal defense attorney. ABC is Aaron Carter. SKI Top congressional Republicans meet with President Trump today on another round of pandemic relief funding. If there's no agreement, millions of Americans will lose the $600 of federal unemployment benefits that began in March and now a possible roadblock. The Trump Administration is now pushing to block billions of dollars in funds for covert 19 testing and contact tracing as well as funds for the CDC and National Institute. Health, a senior White House officials saying quote the president is fully committed to a robust aid package that addresses real needs. A bee sees Monaco's rmd new cases of covert 19 Top 12,000 in Florida on Sunday, officials there pleading with citizens to take all precautions to slow spread of the virus. Michelle's Simon says her entire family came down with it after her son got it. At a friend's house. They're not understanding that if they walk out again and infect somebody else and bring it home, especially if they live in a multigenerational home. Other people are going to be so lucky on the road to the White House. New ABC NEWS Washington Post Polling finds the president trailing Joe Biden by 15 points among registered voters. And 10% amongst likely voters percentage or should say preference for Biden and trust to handle the pandemic soaring. He now leads the president. My 20% points on that count in the poll In March, the president had a two point lead. You're listening to ABC News three news Radio, 6 10 w TVs, traffic and weather mornings and afternoons. All news Radio 6 10 That we you TV ends. The Monday drives going so far with Johnny Hill. Good morning, Scott. Not too bad here in downtown Columbus were running up to speed in all four directions. Construction projects off to 70 and 6 70 Hamilton Road being wrapped up in all lanes. About to be reopened. However, we have picked up on early accident on their injuries being reported 33 westbound just west of US 22 as Lancaster and there's several EMS vehicles on scene one medic actually making a transport to Mount Carmel East just recently, be careful, becoming 33 westbound towards Columbus in Fairfield County traffic and.

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"national institutes health" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

04:39 min | 2 years ago

"national institutes health" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Been focused exclusively for the last seven years working with private commercial space he has not been working with the B. contractors that are building things for NASA he's been working with the private companies that are building things for NASA for themselves owning it themselves so she is really close contact with the private enterprise circuit hello I'm sure she's going to play the blues game and probably say Salah nice things about SLS I think he's not gonna look very nicely at their endless delays and I think she's going to be continuing the process of shifting that's at a private rocket lab we like rocket lab what are they up to about what I want to believe it'll launch this past weekend was the first loss since the war and flute addict and they sent a six foot five satellites and CubeSats into orbit and they are now so just a few days later this week that they're now going to launch again in early July and the turnaround is only going to be three weeks between launches that'll be the fastest they made a turnaround yeah they since twenty nineteen early in twenty nineteen have been promising that they're gonna be doing launches once per month and they have not made that schedule yet but this is Al Smith and with the announcement they said this they are aiming for a launch a month for the rest of this year and so this is the announcement so we'll hopefully early July we'll see another keeps at launch seven Q. sets put in office by the rocket lab electron now another another enterprise what is interstellar interstellar is a private company in Japan that's trying to become like rocket lab a small sat launches company and they have tried now five times to launch their mobile rocket into a suborbital launch as a person and they've only succeeded once this past weekend they tried again and I have the the the launch on the website you can watch the failure of the launch of the fan yeah they tried to do it on the sub orbital test launch and unfortunately got up to about twelve Columbus which is about eight miles and if it suddenly went completely it failed to started to tumble and basically fell into the sea that private that private financing you know all of the tests like this to fail private companies though can only fairly days just so many times before they fall apart I hope that's not the case itself now a scandal and Bob tells me to calm down about this I'm going to I'm going to convey what I now identified by the NIH National Institute health fifty four academics who were secretly and deceiving lay taking money from a foreign source most all of which was from China Bob this is a scandal but it it's one of those scandals that suggests you know how you only find one cockroach in the kitchen right Bob yeah hi this looks like the beginning of a of that and then examination of academia that's going to be extremely troublesome yes well you know the trump administration has been increasingly over the last four months accelerating this investigation early in the year they arrested one guy and then the rest of the not and then the rest of the third from Harvard big name research all taking money from China without revealing it in their grant applications that's not only illegal it's equivalent to spy and so that's three or four and it keeps happening and now they released an NIH investigation when they found fifty four scientists forcing them to either resign or be fired because they illegally kept this information secret they were taking money from foreign governments and ninety three percent of which which China and I should tell you that and in addition so this that we're going to see more a lot more it is in connection with this the same time this is last week a Chinese military officer who was participating in research in the university of California the same kind of thing in San Francisco he was arrested on June seventh for trying to leave the country with data and information gathered during his day he's on a very so the same thing he was taking money from China he works with China and he was here to gather information and steal it and he was arrested this is all part of the same thing expect more stories like this on it's going to be more Lordy Bob I think we might have seen the golden age of academia I think what we're yes sites like the ruins of Rome Bob's eminent keeps the website behind the back when we come back we're going to exploring I'm John bachelor this is.

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"national institutes health" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

06:08 min | 2 years ago

"national institutes health" Discussed on WSB-AM

"News and talk he's probably your doctors doctor Dr Joe Esposito is on ninety five point five W. S. B. at lattice news and talk talk talk to Joe Esposito here got a mind spinning the discs today little miss you by Rolling Stone everybody's song came out actually so I have that as your friend of mine I I played high school football with John breezy he said that the line walking central park's leaving after dark people think I'm crazy he said that his brother not office chore not his brother was a cab driver he picked up Mick Jagger in Central Park now again who knows if it's true and he said make you you're crazy to be at this time of night so he says that's where that line came from no idea if it's true but we'll see I don't know I miss you let's gets good saw for a covert nineteen crisis right here we miss a lot of my friends this is very true yeah I missed you and see you in two weeks saying yeah I miss you guys live in the lead up to come back it was good to see you when I walked into some months back man gad boys back in town so some of us some of us we have got you taking your calls if you have any health care questions folks a four four four four doctor Joe I am doctor Joe Esposito what we talk about today is how to make yourself less vulnerable things that you can do to take care of yourself every day and people have to really take care of themselves of course our seniors we talk about them people are underlying health conditions of course we all know that nobody really talked about the multiple medications that people taking if you take a lot of men a lot of medications it can lead to drug interactions and that could expose you and make you more susceptible now keep in mind the supplies not just prescriptions but also over the counter medication the average adult takes four or more prescriptions every day not counting over the counter medications and right before the break we talk about acetaminophen now I like acetaminophen if I have pain I'll take acetaminophen help my pain that's when it works for me acetaminophen helps with pain it blocks the pain set at the cascade it's called a block the pain of fibers are going up to the brain IV Provan blocks inflammation so I and I don't remember it was going to school IV Provan information acetaminophen helps with pain sometimes one works and and if one doesn't work you can take the other one is over the counter and we were always taught that is relatively safe and probably is relatively safe but if you take it every day because you have arthritis or you have issues that's when it can cause liver damage in with you see the benefit in it deplete your body's levels of glutathione glutathione is the antioxidant that helps with everything from disease to aging to the immune system so one of the things I recommend if you do take acetaminophen I do recommend you take little thigh on supplements with and Shelly and I were talking before I Shelly went there and somebody he knows it works in a pharmacy and he says the person he knows I won't say who because I know if you want me to or not but they know how medications and they know about the the supplements as well so we talked about acetaminophen glutathione if your website Dr Joe dot com we have doctor Jos glutathione and I take it every day because it helps my liver of course but especially in times when union systems challenge I I haven't proposed is the Gary I carried my my my my my side kick my my boss really odd producer of the show and he works at the supplement to partner with us and what I think we might do is put together a package of the supplements that I take when it comes to making sure my immune system is working to put together our own health package whatever is a put on the websites of Gary you don't know that yet but I just thought about that the other day but glutathione is one of the really important ones and it's it's and most people don't get enough glutathione so you can make your own I take an extra one just make sure if you're overweight nobody's talking about overweight people how many people overly but your hands I used the overweight I can say that according to National Institute health obesity and overweight together are the second leading cause of preventable death in the United States second leading cause and preventable those behind the tobacco usage again that's preventable as well so estimated three hundred thousand deaths per year due to the obesity epidemic now not gonna be cynical here there's a lot of things are killing people aside from Culver nineteen we got to take care of those things as well we have a bee city and that's easy now I just be overweight I totally get the challenge it takes to lose weight the how it stimulates the part of the brain called the nucleus accu bins in a police accident releases dopamine and you get high every time you eat certain food especially carbohydrates and sugars so it's really hard to stop eating it and in fact even today I had a salad I had some potatoes and after my potatoes I thought you know I go for something else what else could I have and I started thinking carbohydrates because once I put the carbohydrate my body my body wanted more and so I understand a BC if you go to our website Dr Joe dot com just type in weight loss and hit enter in a search bar and we did a show we've done several shows actual weight loss and how did the chemistry of weight loss what it is and how it works in the things you can do to get your brain working right so that you can eat the right foods help websites a great source of information over a thousand hours of podcasts Dr Jill dot com the RJ we dot com and all the supplements we talk about it and be on the website as well so you wanna make sure you do that I have a posture I know this doesn't sound like it how's that affecting a covert nineteen poor posture can increase stress on your body reduce lung capacity so think about this when you're standing up straight your lungs are really wide open and you can breathe when I do my radio my TV shows I'm always standing up Ahmad standing up and so as soon as you sit down you compress you make your long feel smaller Sir I can affect lung function what we deal with today cover nineteen affects what the lungs now I'm not saying I have a cure for covert nineteen I'm not saying if you do this you're not gonna have any problems these are steps you can take to make yourself a little stronger a little less vulnerable so posture is a big issue econo strain your muscles cause fatigue and many of these factors can affect the immune system in fact one Harvard study showed that people who sat with good posture how to twenty five percent decrease in court is all now cortisol is a hormone is produced by your adrenal glands and it your stress hormones and so just by sitting up straight can reduce your cortisol levels I've done a lot of shows on adrenal support and how do you dream lands working the hormones are they producing cortisol but just something as simple as getting the stress off your body the physical stress can reduce your cortisol levels and help your immune system function more partly.

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"national institutes health" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"national institutes health" Discussed on WTOP

"The whole process takes about ten minutes from start to finish including a throat swab because a lot of the pre work is done when you schedule after that labs will process the results and it takes about five to seven business days Liz Anderson WTOP news everyone knows corona virus affects the older population at an elevated risk but what about millennials and I H. National Institute health and infectious diseases the expert there Dr Anthony Fauci talked about it on the pardon my take podcast the younger individuals you're not completely exempt from arrest but the some exceptions you may get sick but you'll recall the generally without any significant medical intervention Dr Fauci's message to millennials help us to protect the vulnerable when any individual who's young gets infected either has no symptoms at all or even mild symptoms that individual will continue the virus spreading instructor Anthony foundry of the N. I. H. this morning W. C. O. P. S. twelve fourteen from six eighty seven A. everyday giant food will be open to shoppers who are over sixty or who have health issues to be concerned about it's a will to prevent more vulnerable residents from catching the virus other stores are offering these senior only shopping hours as well but some healthcare providers question the move dollar general stop and shop in target are among the store's dedicating certain morning hours to seniors in a statement dollar general says in part dollar general wants to provide these at risk customers with the ability to purchase the items they need and want at the beginning of each day to avoid busier and more crowded shopping periods but the move has led to debate around whether the gesture will help prevent the spread of corona virus among the elderly Alyssa Krane a doctor specializing in geriatric medicine tells The Washington Post it's a good idea but dangerous if crowd size and distance between shoppers is it monitored she says having friends and family go out to shop for seniors is still a safer option Melissa Howell WTOP news.

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"national institutes health" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"national institutes health" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Only going to hurt us and further advantage the spread of the disease but neither should we or fall back on Jan a phobia labeling co in nineteen of foreign virus does not displace accountability for the mis judgments that have been taken thus far by the trump administration well nine whole argument okay okay no it's it's doesn't it and and it won't publicans Democrats were expecting our government to perform we're gonna hold them to account I don't care how you swinger politically who you vote for on the other hand to absolutely identified China and the communist Chinese as the source of the this contagion and one of the reasons for its severity is because the communists directed like communists it is the Chernobyl pointed out a hundred other episodes they are about protecting the Communist Party even if it kills millions and so yeah that's the the the the Chinese aspect of it is a huge part of it Hey we've got to breaking news on maybe already saw this because it's so boy you're planning to go to the masters but according to CBS is breaking that they are going to postpone the masters reschedule or what a what does it say considering the latest but lay information expert analysis we decided at this time to postpone the masters okay it's a postponement unlike any other the masters and you're gonna go which really sucks it was a once in a lifetime retreat unbelievers only a lot of that sort of thing happening to people weddings big vacations that you would plan that again you already have them not me that's the difference there my dad who is still in in wonderful health given his age he's some he's pushing eighty he was getting a little nervous about traveling back and forth across the country in being in huge crowds sure I'm particularly because he's my mom's number one care giver so I think he's probably a little relieved because he didn't want to back out because we're all so excited about it but yeah yeah we're all going to be having to deal with this stuff it's just the ups and downs a life in an open when when it happens I can go but I know that I was thinking about to travel into it I got to call my mom and dad think about traveling to see my mom and dad my mom my dad is into his eighties my mom is getting there and do I take the kids on a plane through an airport not all that in the car rental place and drive and take whatever we came across to my elderly parents probably not be recommended right right yeah a great so anyway back to the scene a phobia discussion you know part of it you talk about the Chinese food because that's I'm either gonna called I gotta come up with a name because I called the Chinese flew the county flu I like going with little Chinese communist fluid I'm all for labeling it where it came from I mean I'm fully on board with that and I think part of the whole we can fall back on Xena phobia is is rallying the troops and and trying to keep the communicate this ridiculous message that conservatives are anybody with those who wants the immigration law to be enforced or mistrust the brutal Chinese communist regime is somehow is in a fall in a racist well ridiculous Biden said there he thinks that the trump administration trying to make it seem like something that happened to us in it excuses your reaction I don't know when I see Chinese flew it originated in China how how we reacted to it once I got here it's completely separate well that's it's own judgment in valuation but it started with the freaking communist Chinese right well in trump voters know that and if the administration fails they'll be held to account sure exclude is not have anything to do with that and in fact doctor Fauci who's the head of communicable diseases there at the NIH national institutes health has been talking about to the travel bans at center I believe we have that tape shot hello.

"national institutes health" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"national institutes health" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Indepth well you know we just found out of course awhile ago that at two thirty today by the way will carry this live on KTAR Arizona governor Doug Ducey and the Arizona department of health will hold a press conference regarding corona virus here in Arizona and so I thought this is worth reviewing governor Ducey was here with us on Arizona's morning news last week and we asked him about corona virus affect who's our first questions doing any wanted to assure the public that there is no corona virus crisis in Arizona but he's taking the threat seriously I am being briefed every day on this from our department of health services was actually back in Washington DC and have the centers for disease control National Institute health the department of homeland security free fall the nation's governors on where we are and they consider the risk at this time low for Arizona and it's low in the United States but we have seen the outbreak around the globe so what I think we want to be as prepared we can hope for the best but we need to be prepared for the worst and we do have a mensch authorities if there were to be a worst case scenario which I think is where many folks in the reporting of already jump too fat but we we by the way when he said we was back in Washington you know learning a lot about you know being senator washing your hands that simple stuff like you do to avoid the flu right but we could not let the governor leave last week without telling us what his actual authority is to quarantine close public places to combat corona virus if it becomes an actual big problem here in Arizona a big if of course that we emphasize that there is no panic necessary so I once again we don't panic anybody but how far does your authority go can you please set cities into quarantine can you shut down schools what can you tweet we can quarantine individuals and people that won't cooperate of course public health and public safety is the reason we have a governor and the governor said that exists so yes in in in that type of scenario there would be a announcements and and actions and we've done the the exercise is to plan ahead we have a department of emergency management we have a fantastic director in cara crest and director of health services yeah and she will be at the podium today with Arizona governor governor Doug Ducey when he holds that press conference once again two thirty today will carry live Fauria out on KTAR have complete coverage of what he had to say an analysis of that afterwards and then the governor comes here to the KTAR studios will be on with Gatos and Chad around five fifteen so a lot of reasons if you're concerned about corona virus to stick around here with us at KTA are it is seven seventeen hello at KTAR D. A. R. news health update it's brought you by Arizona oncology in March is there isn't a problem gambling awareness month it comes during college basketball's March madness a symposium being held today at the black canyon conference center in Phoenix to address the hidden addiction there are people that will place bets on anything and that can become a problem Awais Michelson has up Arizona department of gaming division of problem gambling and says it's not only adults who fall into problems with gambling the national average age for kids to start putting ten years old kids are betting their personal items their toys other things that they hold dear to themselves and for our military men and women veterans and their families to do three times more likely to be susceptible to problem gambling issues Michaelson says problem gambling usually is uncovered and tell people of lost everything until the spouse realizes that they.

"national institutes health" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"national institutes health" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"News flash I am Jamie west with three things you need to know right now after another huge loss yesterday this is now wall street's worst week since October twenty two thousand eight but now we gonna Jim Brown says cause a recession because the stock market doesn't translate into economic activity that's right there's no recession in store for us the market's nose diving because of coronavirus fears in right now intense efforts are underway in California to learn more about how Solano county woman got infected it's believed to be the first case in the U. S. of community spread coronavirus nonviolent offenders in Arizona prisons may get a reprieve all from a state lawmakers the house has approved a bill to give them time off their sentences that they work in prison or take drug treatment or self improvement courses behind bars and now goes to the Senate you're never more than fifteen minutes away from today's top stories on Arizona's new station KTAR news we've we've got the economy covered nine ways to Sunday when it comes to corona virus but there are still questions out there about what we will do as a country what are the state of Arizona will do if corona virus really starts to spread here you know it we've we see really a wide spread X. collation of corona virus in the U. S. so yesterday we had Arizona governor Doug Ducey on Arizona's morning news and we started off by asking him what powers he has if we start seeing pandemic levels in Arizona not to panic anybody can you actually order quarantines of entire cities or well let's not jump ahead I don't know I don't on my head I don't want to have anything we want to be we want to be prepared to write we are prepared I am being briefed every day on this from our department of health services was actually back in Washington DC and had the centers for disease control National Institute health the department of homeland security free fall the nation's governors on where we are and they consider the risk at this time low for Arizona and it's low in the United States but we have seen the outbreak around the globe so what I think we want to be as prepared we can hope for the best but we need to be prepared for the worst and we do have a mensch authorities if there were to be a worst case scenario which I think is where many folks in the reporting of already jumped to does it make you nervous hearing of this first case of what may be community spread corona virus in California I think we have to be concerned of course and it's not only the coronavirus although that's the threat on the horizon it is flu season then this has the same right transmission properties as the flu so if you saw the briefing in the White House yesterday talking about covering your mouth when coughing washing your hands those types of things the basic fundamentals so that there is a a reduction in transmission of any virus so I'm once again we don't panic anybody but how far does your authority go can you please set cities into quarantine can you shut down schools what can you tweet we can quarantine individuals and people that won't cooperate of course public health and public safety is the reason we have a governor and a government that that exists so yes in in in that type of scenario there would be a announcements and and actions and we've done the the exercise is to plan ahead we have a department of emergency management we have a fantastic director and kera crest and director of health services if people want to know more or have questions beyond what we've talked about they can go to AZ health dot Garber CDC dot gov and there's also a lot of good and timely information and the facts are up there yeah it was again to emphasize not to panic anybody as we talk about worst case scenarios because we don't need any more panic Leister on Wall Street right so we'll have more on how Wall Street has been affected by corona virus and the response that but we also talked about a wide range of topics with the governor including the Martha McSally mark Kelly Senate race and the part that he will play in that race obviously for Martha McSally here are complete interview with the governor by going to the Arizona morning news podcast page a key T. A. R. dot com.

Jamie west
"national institutes health" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"national institutes health" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Bob Hoff who and I said, well, they're someone studying of the immune system someone's immune systems being studied by the National Institute health. I gotta learn about that guy. And then remarkably enough I learned about these women who have auto immune disorders in the book by just tapping into networks of people and interviewing enough women. It just there was a reason I was talking to women because women have stronger immune systems and tend to have auto immunity. That's why I wanted to have women represent that part of the. A book, and I typed into my networks and interviewed and interviewed until I found some remarkable stories. My my grandson is allergic to peanuts. I'm not my son's not his his mother, my daughter-in-law. She's not how in the heck did this little guy get allergic to peanuts? Well, I'd be loathe to to specifically. I'm not a doctor, but I play one on the radio. I would be loath to specifically tell you why. But I will tell you that those allergies are on the rise. And they're some of the reasons why that is have to do with the fact that our environment is so hygenic that it may mean that our immune systems overreact that the bouncer overpowers the ballet dance. Things that are not threats. But it can also be that we have chemicals and other unnatural things in our world that 'cause our immune systems to lose balance. And so we have both a hygenic world and a highly industrial and chemical is one. And there are theories that all of these things lead to imbalance of the immune system. Which is what an allergy is as to the specific cause of your grandson. And I'm sorry to hear about that. I couldn't I couldn't begin to guess he's eleven years old now in he's so smart about peanuts. It's amazing. I mean, he he reads, the food labels. He's you know, he just backs off doctor say give him a little bit of a peanut in he'll build up his immune system again. But the little guy scared to death of trying to instate staying with Matt stay with us. We're gonna take a quick break. We're gonna come back and take phone calls as promised mats were. Airtel with us. His book is called an elegant defense. We'll tell you how to get the book in a second and his website is his name linked up for you at coast to coast, AM dot com..

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"national institutes health" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

15:44 min | 3 years ago

"national institutes health" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"And welcome back to coast to coast network. Tell with us that we were talking about these microbes that are on our bodies. And most of them are good and essential one of the things you have talked about is to avoid antibacterial soap enhance sanitizers because they kill off the good ones too. Don't they? Killing off the good ones, and they are weakening your immune system. And they may be giving you allergies in even auto immune disorders. Although I don't want to overstate the last part. You wanna hear how that happening? Gosh. How okay. So check this out. We're talking about the bouncer in the ballet dancer. Well, the deal with your body to deal with this credible system going on inside of you is it must be trained trying constantly to figure out how to calibrate how to react with the bouncer how to react with the ballet dancer, and how to react with something in between the way if learns the way, it's trained is by interaction with the natural world. So all those microbes. About on your desk on the wheel. You know, how you're always going and you touch a door handle. And then you put the goop on your hands. Or you see all the people. I did this myself. I got kids, you know, they they they touch Bannister. And then you scored all that stuff all over what that is doing his starving their immune systems of the interaction with good, bad or indifferent. And then the immune system can't learn. And that's when it either overreact or under reacts. So she, but some people think if you don't kill those microbes in those germs your immune system will get beaten by them. So that's why they wanna kill him. And and I will say I understand why people have fallen for that. Because we have come not so long ago from physical environments where things where we had no capacity to deal with really bad things that hit us. We didn't understand where they came from. We didn't cook are meat properly. You saw some cultures say, we'll we're not gonna eat beef or pork. Those were probably put in place due to hygiene. I go back in this book and quote from exodus where they talk about ritual hand washing. But as we have moved forward, our water systems have gotten clean our sewage out here, I'm talking about the the developed world, but we have much less to fear. And so we have overcorrected, and we have overcorrected, partly because there are big marketing campaigns that are that are directed. At people saying the careful your door handle will. Kill you. The public bus will kill you. Don't get on airplane. You'll be dead by the time. You. It is not true since I've written this book, George the dog lick my face in the morning. I don't even. I don't even wash it off. Because that's just that's just microbes building up your system. I am building my system. There is ample evidence that overly hygienic environments lead to more allergies because your immune system. Doesn't know how to react properly, and it overreacts to things like pollen. I could see that happening to I could see that where if you don't give your body a chance to build up its own immunity. It's not going to be able to fight the stuff off just think about kids go into kindergarten and how they in preschool. They get sick all the time. Everybody knows what that is. That's the immune system rowing accustomed to the world around it. So I will say this to people. Again, I mentioned I had my college. Roommate an can be eating sometimes not all that bright. I'm not telling you don't wash your hands. After you go to the bathroom. I'm not telling you don't wash your hands before you eat. I am saying, hey, the five second rule may actually be okay. You don't need to spray goop on yourself all the time. I think of it as hygiene hysteria. What do you think if you're in the crowd, and you're shaking hands in your hugging? People by the hundreds after it's done, okay. To wash up. I would say under that circumstance wash up. If you go shake somebody's hand or fist bump, I think you're generally. Okay. I mean, the reality of the thing is that for most of us walking around our immune systems are pretty robust, and we're not going to get sick all the time. And the truth is the getting sick occasionally is not only no big deal. It might be part of the strengthening process talking with our doctor and our new segment while you are in hold before the show started for you. And we're talking about a measles heard that yes, I hid in my day. I had the measles. I have an atom easel since I have the chickenpox. I don't have it anymore. My body has built up an immune system to that. Yes. It has. And that is, you know, there are those happen to be two very rare diseases for which we have essentially affect. Vaccines, but you in the sense inoculated yourself. That's right. Once you grew accustomed to it. And and so one of the things we know about the immune system is that it learns. And another thing we know is that it must learn. Does it compensate for new things? Then how do you mean compensate? Let's say there's a new disease that enters the body. Let's say aids, for example, the hot is your Munich system compensate for that you have you have asked possibly the deepest most cosmic question of all about the immune system. And I'm going to phrase it a slightly different way. Okay. How the heck in our bodies come prepared to deal with a possibly infinite number of different organic threats. It is the question that vexed immunologists vexed immune system, scientists for centuries. It just blew them away. And I'm gonna give you some more information. Again, the details are in the book, but I refer to the immune system as the INFINITI machine based on what I'm going to describe to you here. So just to make this all the more astounding bacteria and viruses replicate on the order of minutes. What that means is they can mutate into new forms. We replicate every twenty or so years, you get a new generation we couldn't PA. Possibly be in a Darwinian arms race with parasites. So how can our body come quick to fight all these things? Well, it turns out that the genes in the immune system do something that no other genetic material in our species is capable of doing. And I'm not sure that other than in the immune systems any genetic material does in any species. What happens is when you are born when you are I believe in embryo in in just station. You were basic immune cells have a function where they rearrange themselves at random that underlying genetic material. So as to create literally billions of different genetic combinations. Different tease. This is the metaphor to use inside your body are billions of different possible keys to fit any lock any bacteria virus, parasite lock that might come along. Most of those George most of those keys never get used. In fact, their keys inside your body right now, George for alien organisms that could come from outer space and land and be of such a bizarre genetic permutation that we've never seen anything like it. And yet your body may well be prepared to fight. Remember that movie the drummer strain? Oh, yeah. I mean that tells exactly like you've been pointing out there's organism from space comes in most people couldn't handle it. And most people couldn't handle it, and you mentioned HIV, and I want to say that is about as devilish diseases you could have. But but some people could handle it, including one I've we've talked about Jason I'm gonna tell you a second about Bob Hoff whose immune system is so mazing it studied by the national institutes of health. What makes him so amazing is he got HIV the night of Halloween nineteen seventy seven and has never had a symptom. And he's never gotten aides. He has the keys inside of him to fight a virus. That is so nasty the way HIV attacks the body, absolutely diabolical. Most of us would die of it. Like the black plague our viruses smarter than our bodies. Well, they're they're not smarter than our bodies. But they do have the capacity to replicate very quickly. And when you can replicate when you can reproduce very quickly, you can create lots of different versions of yourself. One of the things that happening right now in particular with bacteria is that they are replicating and creating defenses to antibiotics they are very, very smart. Have you heard of drug resistant infection? Yes. And also this this feeling now that any -biotics will become useless because the viruses are smarter. There's a statistic that says that by the year twenty fifty more people will die of drug resistant infection in the world than will die of cancer. I should rephrase that anybody onyx can't fight viruses. They go after bacteria. I was just I was just moving on from that. So let me ask you this to them. We're gonna take after the break a whole bunch of Kohl's people lining up like crazy for you. Yes. Why is it that when people are under incredible stress, whether they put it on themselves or not they seem to get sicker more show than most people. They do not seem to they do. And it's a great question. And I'd love to tell you about it. I get into this deeply in the practical answers part of the book and to explain to you. Why stress so radically weakens the immune system. I'm going to take you back, and we need to picture ourselves. George about let's say about four thousand years ago. So just picture us. But a lot hairier, and we are running across the savannah from the lion. Now in that moment. Our body is shifting is. Resources radically. It is moving the resources through a series of chemical releases of things called cortisol which is a steroid epinephrine, nor epinephrine and those chemicals help keep us alive. They almost superpower us under acute threat. But we get in that moment a of great weakening shifting of resources away from our immune functions. And here's a basic logic behind it. If you've got a survival lion a head cold can wait. But what research has shown over time? Is that those fight or flight adrenaline experiences that once were associated with fleeing a lion or fighting a faux now can come. Up and we can experience some them under all kinds of experiences like taking a final exam. Lots of research has been done around. What happens when people how sick people get taking final exams? There is no lion. But in that moment, the immune system has been so radically weakened that it cannot fight off what otherwise would be fairly simple for the immune system to take on. Just kids are stressed getting ready for the exam kids are so stressed. It happens though to it. There's a character in in my book a woman named Linda who was an extraordinary businesswoman wants a professional golfer, and she was pushing herself so hard. In fact, she wound up giving herself strep, and then not even treating it sleeping several hours at night. And wound up with terrible terrible auto immune disorder, possibly triggered by the stress that had led to disease. So there are major outcomes for all kinds of people from stress. In the secret of all of this is folks don't stress yourself out. The secret is your said, it's a well. There is no lion. Don't don't make don't make a. That's right. That's how did you find the case case studies in the individuals for the book you and I were talking about journalism earlier, and you know, after twenty years as a reporter, you learn to look, and look and look and look, and I talked to so many different people Jason, of course, came naturally because he was my friend who helped launch this. But then I learned about this guy. Bob Hoff who and I said, well, they're someone studying the immune system someone's immune systems being studied by the National Institute health. I gotta learn about that guy..

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"national institutes health" Discussed on 710 WOR

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"national institutes health" Discussed on 710 WOR

"This is based on myriad studies on numerous studies. From all different academic research institutions throughout Europe, Japan. Australia the United States South American research coming from all over the world. Most of the researchers from the US in Europe. You can expect your bad cholesterol to go down. And it starts to go down within the first seven days at doesn't take a long time to go down and starts to go down right away. And it gets better and better and better over the following much. So you're big cholesterol goes down. It's called LDL. Your good cholesterol goes up a little bit. But also, triglycerides, go down triglycerides or another kind of greasy fat Craig list rides can cause fatty liver. People are learning about fatty liver these days because of becoming fairly common triglycerides can get clogged arteries of the heart triglycerides contribute to belly fat, but triglycerides, also triggers broken heart attacks, so they lead the heart disease and trigger a stroke, heart attack, just like bad cholesterol count. And they found that using steroids. Not only lowers your total cholesterol, and your bad cholesterol. Not only raises the good cholesterol a little bit. But also has an effect on your triglycerides. And it does something else to it lowers inflammation in the arteries of your heart. So this is important. Between all these different things. You've got the cause of most heart attacks. About half of all heart attacks are due to greasy fats, like cholesterol, cholesterol, triglycerides. Dependably lower your cholesterol and also to a degree lower your, triglycerides, but the other half as from inflammation. You can have very good levels of cholesterol, very low cholesterol. Still have a heart attack, his inflammation and the lining of the blood vessels of your heart. It's something you could get checked in your blood test. It's called HSE are p h s c reactive protein. HSE R P designates that you have inflammation in the heart. And if it's high you're not just clogging, your arteries were cholesterol, flat fat, but the cholesterol fat is inflamed, and it can rupture and lead to a heart attack or stroke. Not only has the. Stairwells been shown to lower your cholesterol, very dependably. But also, lower inflammation in the heart between those two cholesterol, and inflammation on heart. You've got the root of most heart attacks, not all but most. So his the division of human nutrition Wajed engine university. That's over in the Netherlands. It's in a British journal nutrition. And they looked at a hundred and twenty four human clinical trials a hundred and twenty four human clinical trials. No doubt about it. Plant sterols, very effectively, lowered your bad cholesterol. They very effectively Lord. You bet cholesterol. So here's a study a single study from the hospital of Paris Alpa toll do party. It's an journal current medical research. No pinions, and they're looking at two thousand four hundred people would high cholesterol, their average age was fifty six. And when they gave them steroids at lowered the total cholesterol by eleven percent. Lowered the bad cholesterol by over thirteen percent on average, and it raised the good cholesterol on average by eight percent. And even if you're on a Staten, adding the steroids to the Staten still further improved, you control, your cholesterol, increasing good cholesterol, lowering bad cholesterol. So here's a study from the European journal of nutrition. And they're looking at twelve clinical trials twelve human clinical trials. Not only did the steroids lower your bed cholesterol. But it also lowered your triglycerides on average by six percent. Lowering both cholesterol lowering your triglycerides is a very appropriate way of lowering your risk for coronary heart disease. So now who believes in sterile. I check that out. I went onto. Very prominent academic research institutions, and everyone I checked believed in stairwells the thing is you have to know all the different names of stairwells Costo called plant sterols plant, Fido, stairwells plant, STAN walls, planned, Fido, stencils, so you have to look at all four different terms or otherwise you're not going to uncover the research. That's how it is natural things in medical things and drug things just always different names. So when I did that I went into the mayo clinic they believed in steroids. I went into the website for the Cleveland Clinic. They believed in stairwells. I went into the website for Harvard Medical School and Harvard School of public health both of them. They believed in stairwells Tufts University Columbia University Cornell University Harvard University. The national institutes health the American Heart Association, the American Medical sociation, the American nursing association. The American pharmaceutical society every one of them said stairwells are really appropriate. You really need to discuss a portfolio diet what your client and adding stairwells to lower the risk of heart disease. In fact, it worked so successfully the effects of stairwells is so dependable that the FDA allows us to put a label acclaiming on our label a very powerful claim think of heart disease is the number one killer on the planet. It's the number one killer and United States. They allow us to put a label that a few of a certain amount of our steroids along with a good diet and exercise it can help lower your risk of heart disease. That's a very powerful statement cause heart disease is the number one killer in the United States..

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