17 Burst results for "National Library Of Medicine"

"national library medicine" Discussed on Merkaba Chakras

Merkaba Chakras

08:05 min | 2 months ago

"national library medicine" Discussed on Merkaba Chakras

"Somebody medical committee or the media comes to and just. I don't want to believe it. it's okay. I'm i'm still gonna believe the narrative. Thank you very much so there's a lot of cognitive dissonance there as well that year. This one is Acs publication and this is the multiplex now no material based sensor array of detection for cova nineteen inex- exhale brad. So and you have all the doctors there who done the research and basically this. This article shows that. We don't need the pr tests That faulty we can ask just do a breath test and see the guy cove in nineteen so much safer much healthier more reliable and you can read that research there. okay and this is jeff as canada. Lot of lawyers are getting in on this to try to represent physicians who have been censored This is to this article here. He's actually the biotech confidential material. And you guys can go through and download that and read that. And basically i read through it but there's been a lot of media coverage in uncensored sites above the contents of this and basically just it goes over the animal trials and how the animal trials at stafford from adverse reactions Look at that and this one is from Pubmed the national library medicine and this one is on the safety in pregnant persons the result. Okay and the conclusion of right there. So you don't have to read these articles you can just read the abstract. The resolves the summary the take away so This one in short There was among revoked. Her fifty eight participants that enrolled in the visa pregnancy registry eight hundred twenty seven had a complete pregnancy Of which one hundred fifteen which is thirteen point nine percent resulted in pregnancy laws and seven hundred and twelve eighty six point one percent resulted in a live birth mostly among participants who vaccinated third trimester and adverse neonatal outcomes included preterm birth in nine point four percent in a small side of gestational age in three point two percent Among the two hundred twenty one pregnancy related adverse events reported to the various. The most re reported event was spontaneous. Abortion forty six cases so There is medical evidence that the m. our vaccines should not be administered to pregnant people. But the cdc in the united states saying all people and the kids go get. This vaccine is completely safe. Don't worry about any of those. We're rare rare rare cases. It's not so rare right there in pubmed and you can read the article yourself The next one is from australia. Okay am i going to go through this. You guys can read so But bass david. This is an interesting one is why dot gov dot edu and the title. How can you get a title ride in bold right in the very fun. A government website else when he's sixteen washington instrument of authorization authorization to supply or a minister. A boy run ours. Co two cove in nineteen vaccine australian defence force number. Two twenty twenty one right there in bode they actually acknowledge the the the australian garm acknowledges that the sars coke to cove nineteen vaccine is a poison and they're giving authority for public health to administer a poison. So that is very interesting. You guys can read the public health document there. It's all public up with the links there. And i'm gonna leave is with a lasting okay. This is from lake county department health department and community health center and this is a printout that the updated for door to door knocking. Okay so i'm not gonna read the script. But it's basically talk track for the community health ambassadors who are going to go knocking door to door to see and who got vaccinate who didn't get vaccinated. Who is on the fence. And what i want to show. You guys is At the very end of each one of these ambassadors health ambassadors. These volunteers is a check list. And you put the property name and address of the person that you reached out to the date the name of the queen ambassador and you put the building number floor number if they're vaccinated vaccinated not interested in any of the concerns and the follow up information so they are taking a record of who is unvaccinated and they're going to report that to Their agency and now they have record so you have the choice. If you come across one of these at your door you can say that you're vaccinated. And if they ask for proof makes up some excuse. Like i don't know i can't play around on time right now. Don't i lost my microsoft bag or you can stay that you're unvaccinated and then get marked entries or you can say that you're not interested or you're not sure and you're gonna get marked as needed back. Okay so it up to you how you want to position yourself. I'm just showing you guys. So you guys know you will be tracked if you would anything besides that your vaccinate the sometimes it's easier to just lie. No sound really strange but in this day and time and that will at least by you time. Doesn't they to go back and check and all that stuff so If you start seeing these door to door knocking this is the document all right sharing all right everybody. So that concludes this episode of macabre chaka's and lots information for you to go and look up and gets with. So what are the quick takeaways the quick takeaways if you're unvaccinated and you wanna stay vaccinate for your own personal reasons. Which many many reasons do so you now have all the information that you need. And there's many more come out where you can It early treatment. If you get covert and it'll be just fine If you have children and you don't wanna vaccinate them with 'em marnie gene therapy. You have your reasons as well If you are in the vaccinated population okay. It is actually in your very best interest to help the unvaccinated population and help the children who are also unvaccinated you to get vaccinated if they if they don't want 'em aren't gene therapy. It is actually in your best interest to help all the doctors and sensitive material. Come out.

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"national library medicine" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

The Last American Vagabond

04:50 min | 10 months ago

"national library medicine" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

"You know what they do that because they're being political that has to be because the politics of people find in their research but ended the day it does not have an effect. And that's what they're showing you. This is even more important. Considering that several studies show that masks associated with headache incidence and worsening heading now again. They're being political because they know including some of the ones that list there at these things in fact have far more serious effects as again. I showed you countless times. The idea that these things very clearly can cause pretty issues and your body such as hypoxia bottle or there or just the idea that these studies from the national library medicine that continued to show that these things caused not just headaches but in fact load blow reduction in blood oxygen level. I mean that's basically a pair and it also said that they just simply reduce the reduce the blocks and level but they also cause adverse effects headaches ipod seema peril breathing on and on and on these are all their headaches are just one small part of that. Oh actually it doesn't look like you're seeing this one right now. Hold on every two windows open. But i'll make sure include all these guys but it's very nice to see that there are some people that are actually continuing to fight for the truth now. What do you expect to be done with this right. I mean the media got one meta analysis of observational studies that came to many many faulty conclusions and it was parroted everywhere. Every single outlet shared. S work did you know best working. Here's another one. That's way more sound based on random controlled trials. How much you wanna bet. Nobody talks about it. How does that even make sense right. An honest world. that doesn't make sense. It only makes sense in a world where they don't care about what the findings are. They only care about the narrative. They're trying to push on you so as we seeing this information and they continue to attack us regardless of the truth we need to realize that we're in a really dangerous position or the iowa. Governor declared disaster so it's a disaster now based on a very very lowered the death rate of what point two percent according to the cdc and the world of organization at the most. If you're under seventy it's basically nothing. Disaster though disaster the economic disaster they created but mask mandates for everyone over the age of.

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"national library medicine" Discussed on Bill Cunningham

Bill Cunningham

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"national library medicine" Discussed on Bill Cunningham

"This receiving it for. Receiving influences actually make Krisha risk, other respiratory viruses. Okay, now I go down to their parents. This study aimed to investigate virus interference by comparing respiratory virus status among. Department of. Defense personnel based on their influence of vaccination status. Conclusion. Conclusion. Vaccines Arrive Virus interference was significantly associated with corona virus, and you human metal numeral virus. And so. Basically these guys, these these military personnel, and the reason I I found this study. Have you been made Are you familiar with with a documentary made by? Judy Michael Vick no Dr Jude Mike. Doc Mary Title Plan DIMICK's. Are you familiar with that. I've heard the term plan, but I understand there's political goal of that, but the most important thing you're saying is that there's a military report that says those who got the traditional flu. Vaccine will more likely according this report. Catch covert nineteen. That's absolutely. She mentioned it in this documentary you can. You can watch the documentary on bit shoot. It's been it's been banned from Youtube, but you can watch it so now. It said basically corona virus and met a new movers virus, which is which which creates pneumonia. And so here I am again. These are NIH this is N.. I. HR Library the National Library Medicine Nih okay so now. I'm looking up human a new move ours. And, so let's see adult at highest risk of serious. As a result of men, ENUMA VIRUS Could elderly doubt it out. Here's a here's an incredible statistic here. Adults with underlying pulmonary disease and those who are immuno-compromised. Outbreaks of men, Enuma virus have been documented long term care facilities with mortality up to fifty percent. And frail elderly residents. So we have these people getting these flu vaccines, the most likely wants to get through vaccines. Are the most likely to contract to contract Corona virus and met a numeral virus. It can be fatal for them. and. I imagine if you're in a nursing home I would assume those individuals often received the flu vaccine I. Take it all the time at Walmart. I go in I have a record I go there. I get all my shots. Whatever I get I figure. WHAT THE HECK! I'm healthy as a horse, except for my awarded Valve, other than I'm doing great doing fine play golf run I walked. Do whatever if you're frail in a nursing home? This report says of course with at least to comb mid-eighties. You're also going to have the issue of getting the flu vaccine, which means you're more likely to die of covid nineteen. Some of these nursing homes have a fifty percent death rate. Most likely to get this corona virus, and this met a new virus far elderly people who have received the flu vaccine, and by the way also medical personnel. If they have a higher mortality amongst of younger people people who are working in in in medicine who are also going to be. Compelled to take this flu vaccine. Tell you what we got to run, but I put those words out you had your say Stephen Thank you. Let's continue with more coming up in about twelve minutes as Eric trump the second eldest son of the president talk about some of the controversies of the day and also later on is Paris. Denard of the Republican National Committee and also Wayne Allyn root who has called up at war, a war, which is root for America Dot Com that talks about how the Democratic Party is trying to fix the twenty twenty election November, the third of this year twenty four minutes after the Bill Cunningham with you every Sunday night. A. No about six months ago..

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"national library medicine" Discussed on Bill Cunningham

Bill Cunningham

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"national library medicine" Discussed on Bill Cunningham

"These guys these these military personnel and the reason I I found this study. Have you been made Are you familiar with with a documentary? Made by Judy Michael This no Dr Jude Mike Doc. Mary Title Plan DIMICK's. Are you familiar with that? I've heard the term plan but I I understand there's political goal of that but the most important thing you're saying is that there's a military report that says those who got the traditional flu vaccine will more likely according this report catch covert nineteen. That's absolutely she mentioned it. In this documentary you can. You can watch the documentary on bit. Shoot it's been. It's been from Youtube but you can watch it so now. It said basically corona virus and met a new. Movers vars which is which which creates pneumonia. And so here I am again. These are NIH this is NIH. Here library the National Library Medicine. Nih Okay so now. I'm looking up human meta new move ours and so let's see adult at highest risk of serious As a result of men ENUMA virus could elderly doubt it out. Here's a here's an incredible statistic here adults with underlying pulmonary disease and those who are immuno-compromised outbreaks of men. Enuma virus have been documented long term care facilities with mortality up to fifty percent and frail elderly residents. So we have these people getting these flu. Vaccines the most likely wants to get flu. Vaccines are the most likely to contract to contract. corona virus and met a numeral virus. It can be fatal for them. And I imagine if you're in a nursing home I would assume. Those individuals often received the flu vaccine. I take it all the time at Walmart I go in. I have a record I go there. I get all my shots. Whatever I get I figure what the Heck. I'm healthy as a horse except for my awarded valve other than I'm doing great doing fine play golf run. I walked do whatever if you're frail in a nursing home this report says of course with at least to comb mid-eighties you're also going to have the issue of getting the flu vaccine which means you're more likely to die of COVID. Nineteen some of these nursing. Homes have a fifty percent death rate most likely to get this corona virus and this met a new virus far elderly people who have received the flu vaccine and by the way also medical personnel. You know we seem to have a higher mortality amongst of younger people people who are working in in in medicine who are also going to be compelled to take this flu vaccine. Tell you what we got to run. But I put those words out. You had your say Stephen Thank you. Let's continue with more coming up in about twelve minutes as Eric trump the second eldest son of the president. Talk about some of the controversies of the day and also Later on is Paris Denard of the Republican National Committee and also Wayne Allyn Root. Who has called up at war a war which is root for America Dot Com that talks about how the Democratic Party is trying to fix the twenty twenty election November. The third of this year twenty four minutes after the Bill Cunningham with you every Sunday night a no about six months ago.

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"national library medicine" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

11:47 min | 1 year ago

"national library medicine" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

"They're via. I've googled over the years including fairly recently What do patients want what? What's most support identifications would ever and I would actually encourage dental practices to do this just to see what's out there on the Internet because especially in focusing on the more recent articles because he could probably get some good insights. But there's no substitute for talking to your patients and What I would do is I would do it on. A regular basis probably on an annual basis. Do a survey of your patients at Duke have the online survey. So it's easy for them to do. I can take them five minutes You can offer a little bit of an accent if you want to encourage them to participate but In in by the way I would get some help with a with the survey designed to make sure it is well designed so that it's it's asking questions the right way. Also intern efficiently so that. It's not going to take too much of your patients time but I would ask the questions that are going to give you the insights as to a first of all call satisfied with your practice in all the important areas that you want to ask about But the really key thing after you've done it is first of all drill down if there if there's anything that they're not thrilled with ask why and make them understand that you want them to be honest with you. You'RE NOT GONNA be upset if they if they say something negative you want the the truth. The no matter how painful it might be But then also probe to see what else would you like is there? Are there other services you'd like us to offer? Are there ways that we could be better in terms of our the way our staff works with you the way are we handle the the billing the scheduling etc etc? What do you think about the way our? What'd you think about our office decor What do you think about our parking lot? What do you think about the way our place the offers smells the? Y- just ask the in every capacity think of and then asking them again year after year so that you can get a trend. Okay are we are. We are doing better doing worse. Oh we make no progress But ask those questions and then build a. I don't want to call it a marketing plan. I would just say practice plan around the answers so that you are making the changes not just because you took a vote among staff today. Let's let's paint the walls purple but you've got some hard data in you know that this is what our patients want. This is what they like. This is what they don't like And because every you know every obviously every patient is different but if the practice is different to in and you might read some article about What is working nationally What patients are saying nationally? But depending on where you live you know you're part of the world may be quite different from the the the demean the average type of responses you get on a national basis So again I there's sued for local research and and for research within your base. Because you're going to get insights. Yes right questions. Every year you'll Geared to you. You're going to get four or five or six really interesting insights that make you go. Wow no idea shocks. Thank God we know that now because now we can do something either to fix the problem or maybe this is something bed allows you to leverage and asset. That you haven't been taken advantage of like you. Could you know when you say Do Research Studies Online. That show what patients want everything You know there was the the NCBI The what is it. The National Library Medicine National and suits health They the last city they posted. Show that the the most important thing was that the Let me read it to make sure I get it right but anyway it was It was the the dentists and staff it was them. It was the dentist and the staff at carrying. They liked their dentist. They thought he had empathy sympathy. They liked the staff The the human side always shows up the first when you look at the other side. I just had dinner last week with the largest dental malpractice company. And I call it Nick Mick but it's in CMIC and everybody talks about the same thing when when you look at our practice. It's the same doctors getting sued over and over and over and now they've determined that you know the problem with Mr Johns that he's a jerk people don't like him he's mean and this is a way of getting back at him and I see it with honesty. I mean when you break a file used to be a big problem back in the eighties. I haven't broken a root canal foul. I'm sense I can't even remember last time. I broke a root canal vowed they they just made them better but when they would break. I would feel shock. Used transparent like Oh my God. I can't believe it that damn file broke and then the patient with Sawyer reaction and it's Kinda like you're driving to work in your engine blows or you get a flat tire. I mean it was nothing idea Even though I was standing on the high-speed pushing down on as hard as I can but but but then when other people would come in and and they would find out later that they're failed rule had a broken file in there and the last guy told them that was what violated that. That's why they were so upset. Not that everyone knows crap breaks especially if you're an American I mean if you're in Germany or Japan where they actually know how to make stop. Maybe it'd be shocking but in America you just assume it's I mean John Glenn when he landed they say what? What were you thinking? When you're up there being the first Manda orbit the earth and he says well I I thought I'm up here in a device that was made by the lowest bidder in America and That's America Germans and Japanese truly just want to make it the best as possible. An American just WANNA make it. They just want sal it for the makes them the largest profit that she was margin but terrified manner goes a long way. Yeah that's and you can't I can't teach you make you can to some extent but you know if you're somebody that has a naturally charming personality you know what an asset that is in and I'm sure that is going to account for a big part of a Euro rural practice success on not. Everybody has that kind of a personality. You could still be kind. You can still be carrying a you. Don't have to be Outgoing if you're not naturally outgoing But I I would. I have to believe that ad in any are. The country would would indicate at X. Chair side manner that they carry a personality of of the Dentists Staff Is is probably the single most important thing that along with of course with with confidence with the basic Clinical competence but I. That is something that probably most people assume that they're gonNA get well you you you gotta go back to my Buddy Diane. You mentioned her and you said that she bought Avalon biomed so go through like what what would be a challenge for someone as sophisticated as Diane. Who's side does a merger and acquisition from New Smile? Pediatric Crowns to Avalon. Biomed or you you know. How does your amazing mine wrap around this? Do you want key. Opinion leaders is at the price is If you're on shark tank the smartest man on Shark tank is obviously the bald guy I would would. Mr Wonderful say he'd say who are your competitors. Dan is a really really smart business person and She's very able assisted by her brother. Mark Benford um who actually is the key person at Avalon by amid? But they they I guess they wouldn't have purchased Avalon by amid had they not had the ability to learn from the founder of Avalon amid which is caroline premise. She's a PhD. Brilliant researcher developed the products One of the the true Jesus in Inada DODIC's and So you've got mark and Diane. Who are they know the dental industry inside out there very very smart businesspeople a bring in Avalon? Vehement in are able to to work within in listen to learn from Caroline and they've been able to take what they've learned in other areas of dentistry not related to index and myriad with what the what the insights they've gotten from. Caroline about the world and You know they've been able to take the success that caroline had with her products and just grow those accelerate. Those in fact happened to be introducing some really exciting new products this year because had greater resources than Avalon by mid had on. Its own they were able to apply those resources and that innovation that they've become known for Towards THE THE END. Dodig business so it is. It's been a from everything I can see. It's been a very very successful Marriage and They're doing some great things so you know it's like anything else you don't want to just because the business is for sale. You don't want to buy it but they saw. This is a great product our company that has a lot of great products and all sorts of award state. They just won the Dental Advisor Award for the sixth year in a row for their product. And it's the least expensive in the market by the way. Oh my God you said Dental Advisor I I WANNA shout out to John W Farrar Farrar. He's founder of dental advisor. I'm F. A. R. A. F. A. R. A. H. Trying to get that guy on the show and the problem the problem. I think why they don't come on the shows because they're just introverts in their shy and I made me you ask everyone. What's the biggest fear they public speaking and I might really? I've never been in general where someone said. Well at least he's not giving a speech. I'm glad he's in a pine box but John W Fara come on dude come on the show So this caroline premise has a PhD material science engineer as developed over one hundred medical device. She sounds like a legend. She's eleven patents and dentistry. Can you deliver her to the show? I give it a shot. And she's she's delightful person you having a guest in your audience would listen to her. Well let's let's let's get her on the show and mark you said Mark Binford was Diane Kruger. Brother never had so continue so So we talked about that so colder. Dmg THOSE ARE German companies. And then you talked about sun-star being Japanese. I've always noticed. I assume try hawk. Air Techniques Surgically Clean Air. Those are try Hawkins techniques. American surgically clean air. Canadian it is track is James. Well so try Hawk and and circling clean air..

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"national library medicine" Discussed on Science Friction

Science Friction

07:12 min | 1 year ago

"national library medicine" Discussed on Science Friction

"Junk thank you seem predatory channel you in colleague have conducted a study to analyze the quality of the research that the studies that Mike hitting two that are directed by predatory journals. What talking observations did you make? The Quick Tanko messages at the quality of reporting of these articles is really horrendously. Bad Epidemiologist David Moa at the University of Ottawa. And when we compare that to do what we might consider. Is the legitimate literature it. It's very very much worse. And that's not to say that there aren't problems in the quality of reporting noting of Legitimate Journal with our our but when we moved to predatory journals it suggests that there's Do the screening. That's going on so. For example we consider peer review in a sense of screen of the integrity and the scientific composer of the research is perhaps not going on many of these papers. These are funded by Reputable agencies and so in a country like Canada were much research is paid out of You you know taxpayer dollars. It's really very very wasteful. It scientifically very problematic. It won't be seeing won't be cited and of course it's a waste of money any and it. It may also contribute to sort of adding layers of fakeness to what people are trying to. That is the truth because they don't conduct a proper peer review and their publishing bogus science. If you have an agenda A nonscientific agenda agenda pseudoscientific agenda. You can use predatory publishers to publish your work. You know two of the biggest open questions in in science are what what is the nature of dark matter and what is the nature of dark energy this is from cosmology. And there's no scientific consensus as to the answers to those two questions in their big big questions in cosmology and physics the biggest Clinton's of all I think so but those questions have been answered many times in predatory journals or knows there's lots of people writing articles claiming that they've discovered the answers to those questions in the predatory. Publishers are happy to accept them as long as the authors pay the fee and they're published. There's some out there that would happily publish your paper saying that. Vaccines Cause Autism or that. There's no global warming occurring or that Nuclear power is is going to destroy everybody. A bread causes cancer. Anything you want to write you can write it and they'll publish as long as you. Pay The fee David. Maui day that like fake news Danz and Peterson's and clinician and now struggling to distinguish fact from fiction in predatory publications and he wants a Global Observatory that up to scrutinize they practices the problem. Is that many of these predatory predatory journals they are now making their way into Trusted sources over example for many researchers clinicians wins patients. They may look a pubmed product brother National Library Medicine. The United States and big data of pipers a huge database. And and what we see is that they're getting infiltrated with articles from predatory journals that are funded by esteemed institutions funding institutions such as the National Institutes of health. And what is the patient to do. What's a clinician to do? Will these people make decisions based on on on that sort of evidence and I think that that's an incredibly problematic. Jeffrey beal believed mcteer. National will survive despite the recent you with federal fifty million dollar court ruling against them but will die. From NATO's of publishes of Predatory Janelle. I don't see the problem going away. In fact. In some a lot of countries the open access advocates have been successful. Salaam getting governments to pass laws requiring federally funded work to be published in open access journals. So they're they're in a when the predatory publishers here about these laws they are ecstatic about them because it helps them. Because certain percentage of the people are going to be publishing in in the predatory journals whether by mistake or or intentionally in they will be the market the market is there and it's encoded in law now increasingly so they had a we stop the open access movement. which many as a positive thing you don't from being infiltrated by predatory publishes? I don't know a way to stop them. Publishers have freedom of the press. And there's really no laws. They're not breaking any laws in most cases unless they engage in identity theft or other things like that but for the most part they're they're completely sanctioned by by governments because of freedom of the press. Uh John I think we're GONNA have to reinvent how we do things this old fashioned way of submitting a paper and having some mysterious peer review do that you know no one ever sees happened behind a curtain and results in yes or no I think we may have to really put some effort into alternative models and they do exist. I it's just that that's a big culture change. You could make transparent for example you could have the review part of the record of the paper and it's really embarrassing harassing. It's scary for most scientists to think of a world. That's the norm. So there's a lot of resistance. They're out Bentley. If it's on to open up that whole peer reviewed pride it can impact David Crowds. That's one way or another would be you have some kind of Global Auditing System. Where you know someone like me not doing a sting operation like I did just continuously rolling along to find out if you're keeping your word of doing period view? That's expensive and unlikely unlikely to happen because everyone has to agree to do it. Well income since Proud to he that it's not happening at all and that anyone everyone pretty much anyone could establish a scientific journal put it online make it look legit dot making money. Oh Yeah you and I could make a journal right now. I can and fifteen minutes. What wordpress site and attach your bank account to it? I mean reckon fancy name what should we kill. Trillion Trillion Alien Journal of Melbourne Melbourne Frisco Journal of where we can work on that the John Bohannon Geoffrey Beale and David Moa joining me today and thank you for your thank to co produce. The Jane Lee Talk to me on twitter at Natasha. Hash Mitchell or email me that the friction website and I'm back with old brand new show for twenty twenty. Make tweak gene shared the podcasting getting touch by..

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"national library medicine" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"national library medicine" Discussed on 710 WOR

"To seventy five higher. Magnesium intake was not only associated with a healthy heart rate. It was also associated with blood sugar balance, healthy cholesterol, levels, more efficient, cellular metabolism, Bill. Connect the dots here, why is magnesium such a heart helper? Magnesium is your heart's best friend make me him as central to healthy heart rhythm. Remember magnesium helps muscles relax while calcium constrict. Magnesium helps your blood vessel for lax, it promotes healthy circulation healthy blood pressure to the Harvard study tracked, tens of thousands of men for dozen years. And we saw magnesium levels were associated with many cardiovascular health benefits, it, even helps with exercise performance. Here's a study right from the national library medicine, January two thousand fourteen magnesium enhances exercise performance. The increasing glucose availability in the blood muscle and brain. Exercise. Wow. You don't forget, this healthy telomeres to make knees Eum supplementation will lengthen your telomeres. Telomeres are those end caps on your chromosome linked to longevity well as the telomeres shrink in their length. They, they think that's a marker of aging, and they find out if you supplement with magnesium, that telomeres get longer now, I don't know where this stops, this magnesium story is a miracle in itself, and it's simple. You you've heard the word magnesium you know what it is. The point is you're not getting enough. The answer is, how do you get enough? It's Meg vantage, and you get to try it for free today. It's purity products. We love talking about these things. If you're just tuning in driving around listening to the radio, I'm Bill Sardi, here with purity products and Jan Levin. The president of period products wants, you all to know, yet, a bottle of MAG vantage inside your home. Get it rush to you right away. So you can try it and see the difference. It will make. You. Is like a key to unlocking enzymatic reactions, these reactions slowing down because of an inadequate intake. Paying a tax on your health. Did you shouldn't have to pay about fifty percent of us already get inadequate levels? We've got to pay attention talk to me about that. Well, it says here, this was Mildred Seelig many years ago of an expert in the sub magnetism, and she pointed out, if we're not getting six milligrams per kilogram body weight in kilograms, two point two pounds. So we're going to go about seventy kilogram bodies about one hundred sixty pounds. So seventy times, sixty she says, we need four hundred twenty milligrams a day. I'm telling you, you're not getting even two hundred milligrams a.

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"national library medicine" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"national library medicine" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Women aged forty seven to seventy five. Hire magnesium intake was not only associated with a healthy heart rate. It was also associated with blood sugar balance, healthy cholesterol, levels, more efficient, cellular metabolism, Bill. Connect the dots here. Why is magnesium such a heart helper? Magnesium is your heart's best friend make him as central to healthy heart rhythm. Remember maisy him helps muscles. Relax while calcium constrict. Magnesium helps your blood vessel. Relax it. Promotes healthy circulation healthy blood pressure to the Harvard study track tens of thousands of men for dozen years. And we saw magnesium levels were associated with many cardiovascular health benefits. It even helps with exercise performance. Here's a study right from the national library medicine, January two thousand fourteen magnesium enhances exercise performance. The increasing glucose availability in the blood muscle and brain during exercise. Wow. You don't forget, this healthy telomeres. To make neom. Supplementation will lengthen your telomeres. Telomeres are those end caps on your chromosome linked to longevity well as the telomeres shrink in their length. They think that's a marker of aging, and they find out if you supplement with magnesium, the telomeres get longer now, I don't know where this stops, this magnesium story is a miracle in itself, and it's simple. You you've heard the word magnesium you know what it is. The point is you're not getting enough. The answer is, how do you get enough? It's Meg vantage, and you get to try it for free today. It's purity products. We love talking about these things. If you're just tuning in driving around listening to the radio, I'm Bill Sardi, here with purity products and Jan Levin, the president of period products, wants, you all to know, yet, a bottle of MAG vantage inside your home. Get it rushed to you right away. So you can try it and see the difference. It will make..

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"national library medicine" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"national library medicine" Discussed on 790 KABC

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"national library medicine" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"national library medicine" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Women aged forty seven to seventy five. Intake was not only associated with a healthy heart rate. It was also associated with blood sugar balance, healthy cholesterol, levels, more efficient, cellular metabolism, Bill. Connect the dots here, why is magnesium such a heart helper? Magnesium is your heart's best friend make me him as central to healthy heart rhythm. Remember magazine helps muscles relax while calcium constrict. Magnesium helps your blood vessel. Relax, it promotes healthy circulation healthy blood pressure to the Harvard study track tens of thousands of men for a dozen years. And we saw magnesium levels were associated with many cardiovascular health benefits. It even helps with exercise performance. There's a study right from the national library medicine January two thousand fourteen magnesium and Hansen's exercise performance. The increasing glucose availability in the blood muscle and brain during exercise while you don't forget this. Healthy telomeres to make knees Eum supplementation will lengthen your telomeres. Telomeres are those end caps on your chromosome linked to longevity well as the telomeres the shrink in their length. They, they think that's a marker of aging, and they find out if you supplement with magnesium, the telomeres get longer. Now, I don't know where this stops, this magnesium story is a miracle in itself, and it's simple. You you've heard the word magnesium you know what it is. The point is you're not getting enough. The answer is, how do you get enough? It's MAG vantage, and you get to try it for free today. It's purity products. We love talking about these things. If you're just tuning in driving around listening to the radio, I'm Bill Sardi, here with thirty products and Jan Levin. The president of period products wants, you all to know get a bottle of MAG vantage inside your home. Get.

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"national library medicine" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"national library medicine" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Associated with a healthy heart rate. It was also associated with blood sugar balance, healthy cholesterol, levels, more efficient, cellular metabolism, Bill. Connect the dots here, why is magnesium such heart helper. Magnesium is your heart's best friend make him as central to healthy heart rhythm. Remember magazine helps muscles relax. Well, calcium constrict magnesium helps your blood vessel for lax. It promotes healthy circulation healthy blood pressure to the Harvard study track tens of thousands of men for dozen years. And we saw magnesium levels were associated with many cardiovascular health benefits. It even helps with exercise performance. Here's a study right from the national library medicine, January two thousand fourteen magnesium and Hansen's exercise performance, the increasing glucose availability in the blood muscle and brain during exercise. Wow. You don't forget this. Healthy telomeres to make knees EM supplementation. Well, lengthen your telomeres, telomeres are those end caps on your chromosome linked to longevity well as the telomeres the shrank in their length. They think that's a marker of aging, and they find out if you supplement with magnesium, the telomeres get longer. Now, I don't know where this stops is big. Neom story is a miracle in itself, and it's simple. You you've heard the word magnesium you know what it is. The point is you're not getting enough. The answer is, how do you get enough? It's MAG vantage, and you get to try it for free today. It's purity products. We love talking about these things. If you're just tuning in driving around listening to the radio, I'm Bill Sardi, here with thirty products and Janelle Evan, the president of period products wants, you all to know, yet, a bottle of MAG vantage inside your home. Get at rush to you right away. So you can try it and stay the. Difference. It will make. Magnesium is like a key to unlocking enzymatic reactions, these reactions slowing down because of an inadequate intake, that's like paying attacks on your health. Did you shouldn't have to pay about fifty percent of us already get inadequate levels? We've got to pay attention talk to me about that. Well, it says here, this was Mildred Seelig many years ago of an expert in the sub magnesium. And she pointed out if we're not getting six milligrams per kilogram of body weight in kilograms, two point two pounds. So we're going to go about seventy kilogram bodies about one hundred and sixty pounds. So seventy time sixty she says, we need four hundred twenty milligrams a day, I'm telling you. You're not getting even two hundred milligrams a day, and you can't make up for it by me..

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"national library medicine" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"national library medicine" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Women aged forty seven to seventy five higher. Magnesium intake was not only associated with the healthy heart rate. It was also associated with blood sugar balance, healthy cholesterol, levels, more efficient, cellular metabolism, Bill. Connect the dots here, why is magnesium such a heart helper? Magnesium is your heart's best friend make me him as central to healthy heart rhythm. Remember magnesium helps muscles relax while calcium constrict. Magnesium helps your blood vessel for lax. It promotes healthy circulation healthy blood pressure to the Harvard study track tens of thousands of men for dozen years. And we saw magnesium levels where associated with many cardiovascular health benefits, it, even helps with exercise performance. There's a study right from the national library medicine January two thousand fourteen magnesium enhances exercise performance via. Increasing glucose availability in the blood muscle and brain during exercise. Wow. You don't forget, this healthy telomeres to make neom supplementation will lengthen your telomeres. Telomeres are those end caps on your chromosome linked to longevity well as the telomeres the shrank in their length. They, they think that's a marker of aging, and they find out if you supplement with magnesium, the telomeres get longer. Now, I don't know where this stops is made easy story is a miracle in itself, and it's simple. You you've heard the word magnesium you know what it is. The point is you're not getting enough. The answer is, how do you get enough? It's MAG vantage, and you get to try it for free today. It's purity products. We love talking about these things. If you're just tuning in driving around listening to the radio, I'm Bill Sardi, here with purity products and Jan Levin. The president of Jerry products wants you all to know yet. Bottle of MAG vantage inside your home. Get rushed to you right away, so you can try it and see the difference. It will make Bill. Is like a key to unlocking enzymatic reactions, you don't want these reactions slowing down because of an inadequate intake, that's like paying attacks on your health, did shouldn't have to pay in about. Fifty percent of us already get inadequate levels. We gotta pay attention. Talk to me about that. Well, it says here this was Mildred Seelig many years ago of an expert in the septa, magnesium, pointed out, if we're not getting six milligrams per kilogram of body weight in kilograms, two point two pounds. So we're going to go about seventy kilogram bodies about one hundred sixty pounds. So seventy time sixty she says, we need four hundred twenty milligrams a day, I'm telling you, you're not getting even two hundred milligrams a day,.

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"national library medicine" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"national library medicine" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Aged forty seven to seventy five. Intake was not only associated with the healthy heart rate. It was also associated with blood sugar balanced healthy cholesterol levels, more efficient, cellular metabolism Bill. Connect the dots here, why is magnesium center heart helper. Magnesium is your heart's. Best friend, make museum as central to healthy heart rhythm. Remember magazine helps muscles relax. Well, calcium constrict magnesium helps your blood vessel for lax. It promotes healthy circulation healthy blood pressure to the Harvard study track tens of thousands of men for dozen years. And we saw magnesium levels where associated with many cardiovascular health benefits, it, even helps with exercise performance. Here's a study right from the national library medicine, January two thousand fourteen magnesium enhances exercise performance. The increasing glucose availability in the blood muscle and brain during exercise. Wow. You don't forget, this healthy telomeres to make neom. -implementation will lengthen your telomeres. Telomeres are those end caps on your chromosome linked to longevity well as the telomeres the shrink in their length. They think that's a marker of aging, and they find out if you supplement with magnesium, the telomeres get longer now, I don't know where this stops, this magnesium story is a miracle in itself, and it's simple. You you've heard the word mcneese you know what it is. The point is you're not getting enough. The answer is, how do you get enough? It's MAG vantage, and you get to try it for free today. It's purity products. We love talking about these things. If you're just tuning in driving around listening to the radio, I'm Bill Sardi, here with thirty products and Jan Lebanon, the president of period products wants, you all to know, yet, a bottle of MAG vantage inside your home..

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"national library medicine" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"national library medicine" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Only associated with the healthy heart rate. It was also associated with blood sugar balance, healthy cholesterol, levels, more efficient, cellular metabolism, Bill. Connect the dots here, why is magnesium such a heart helper? Magnesium is your heart's best friend make museum as central to healthy heart rhythm. Remember magazine helps muscles relax while calcium constrict magnesium helps your blood vessel for lax. It promotes healthy circulation healthy blood pressure to the Harvard study track tens of thousands of men for dozen years. And we saw magnesium levels were associated with many cardiovascular health benefits. It even helps with exercise performance. Here's a study right from the national library medicine, January two thousand fourteen magnesium enhances exercise performance. The increasing glucose availability in the blood muscle and brain during exercise. Wow. You don't forget, this healthy telomeres to make neom supplementation will lengthen your telomeres. Telomeres are those end caps on your chromosome linked to long jeopardy. Well as the telomeres the shrink in their length. They think that's a marker of aging, and they find out if you supplement with magnesium. The telomeres get longer. Now, I don't know where this stops this magnesium story is a miracle in itself. And it's simple. You you've heard the word magnesium you know what it is. The point is you're not getting enough. The answer is, how do you get enough? It's MAG vantage, and you get to try it for free today. It's purity products. We love talking about these things. If you're just tuning in driving around listening to the radio, I'm Bill Sardi, here with thirty products and Jan Levin. The president of period products wants, you all to know, yet, a bottle of MAG vantage inside your home. Get it rush to. To you right away. So you can try it and see the difference. It will make. You'd like you say that magnesium is like a key to unlocking enzymatic reactions you know what these reactions slowing down because of an inadequate intake pain attacks on your health. Did you shouldn't have to pay in about? Fifty percent of us already get inadequate levels. We've got to pay attention talk to me about that. Well, it says here, this was Mildred Seelig many years ago of an expert in the sub magnesium. And she pointed out if we're not getting six milligrams per kilogram of body weight kilograms, two point two pounds. So we're going to go about seventy kilogram bodies about one hundred sixty pounds. So seventy time sixty was she says we need one hundred twenty milligrams a day, I'm telling you, you're not getting even two hundred milligrams.

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"national library medicine" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"national library medicine" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Sunday survivors placed flowers at an execution wall at the former Nazi German death camp. They also wore striped, scarves, that recalled their uniforms. Some with the red letter p that letter was the symbol the Germans used to Mark the prisoners as polls earlier in World War Two most prisoners were polish rounded up by the occupying German forces later, Nazis transformed Auschwitz into a mass killing cypher Jews and others. That's correspondent Andrew Stewart. Reporting Soviet forces, liberated Auschwitz on January twenty seven forty five on this day in one thousand nine hundred eighty one President Reagan and his wife Nancy greeted the fifty two former American hostages were released by Iran. They were received at the White House. Breaking news and analysis, townhall dot com. Family physician. Dr Charles Snyder, men talks about a resource for genetic diseases, sir over one thousand health conditions, which are in heritable summer determined by a single sequence of DNA or others may require multiple genes or combination nature and nurture to occur a good resource on genetic diseases genetic code reference from the US national library medicine. The internet address is G H, R dot dot, NIH dot g-o-v. Charles Neiderman, Washington, a Washington state bakers apologizing for a politically charged Valentine's Day, cookie. The generated an uproar on social media, Ken, Bellingham owns Edmonds bakery. Got phone calls from frustrated customers about the heart. Shaped cookie with build that wall in frosting. Letters cookie was one of several decorated with messages like addicted to love and cool beans Bellingham says the cookie was a joke, not meant as a political statement more on these stories at townhall dot com. I'm Rhonda rockstar. Today on the review if.

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"national library medicine" Discussed on Recode Decode

Recode Decode

03:29 min | 3 years ago

"national library medicine" Discussed on Recode Decode

"Sites are the most reliable. I'm not sure if the funding for medical Iberians at the national library medicine is going to continue with the administration, but you know, dot gov sites, the national library of medicine. Professor medical professional societies often have really great information, patient portals and other things, and that's the place to start not web MD or Wikipedia or places like that at all right rhino anybody obviously can go Naoko clinic there. I mean, I haven't read everything on there and so obviously very aggressive in in that. Yeah. So I, you know, a few things that I've read on there have been fine, but you know, it's it's hard to know. I think it's important for us to teach people some really, and you brought up really good point about that's a symptom, not a diagnosis, but sometimes they're the same thing and the rest examples, headache headaches a symptom and is also diagnosis. And I think that doctors need to learn better how to communicate that to patients in ways they can hear it. And I think that's not taught another just give me a big word. Yeah, could define right, but, but you know, the thing is if you sit down and take the time and explain it to somebody, then I think they, they want people have more information. They really the, they do so much better. I think what was interesting is I. Wanted, I don't know. Yeah, and you're not gonna know more by looking at up either by the way, that's what I would have preferred, and that's exactly right. So sometimes it's better to just say, you know, I don't have an explanation, but what I do know is this isn't cancer. This isn't going to end your life isn't gonna, do this, and and then a good thing to say and then, hey, this is what you know, the national hematology society has to say about it, and here's their patient handout on this. But and so I think that the conversation needs to continue in ways until a person is satisfied and feels comfortable, and that's something that is missing a lot in medicine. Right. And do doctors are doctors you annoyed by the internet, do you when people bring something because there are there is little self-diagnosis going on almost continue. Oh, everybody's an e patients where everybody looks everything up into assume that they're not if someone says they haven't, and I don't, you know, I, I'm not sure whatever, but I I'm sure they have, and I think that's great. I'm really all pro research. And so I think that you can't tell people not to do something. I think what you should do is be. Directing them how to do it appropriately. I would say that I have yet to have somebody's be unhappy with me telling them where they can get better information right. People are unhappy when you say, don't look it up. They're very happy to get good direction. Right. And so that's what I would encourage all physicians to do. Whenever I lecture on the subject, I would say, you know, you should look up your most common diagnoses to see what your patients are finding and then figure point that proactively. Right, exactly. And also getting information of your online, eat more easily. I think the medical industry has not been good at that. I mean, I just was trying to go on the Sutter. I just can't, and I'm real good at it. Yeah, exactly. Trying to find out some blood work, which wasn't explained very well. I, you know, I finally figured it out by pricing it together, but I felt like an archaeologist, like right and that it's a bone over here. Looks like a knows. You know what I mean? And it shouldn't be like that. There should be a better user interface for Inc, lack of a better word, right? Right now we need to be more like dogs unless like cats. Expre- it. Well, you know, dogs always look at you like, how can I help you more right? And you know, cats one minute you're petting them and they love it. And the next minute they're biting. You like, wait, what happened? Like your remote controls broke. You love me. Are you living? Because it really is. It's not like I was a cholesterol thing, and I just want to know, is this higher low?.

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"national library medicine" Discussed on Knowledge@Wharton

Knowledge@Wharton

03:45 min | 3 years ago

"national library medicine" Discussed on Knowledge@Wharton

"And from what I read, I guess part of this started with your son in a project that he was working on and you were working with him and this idea of really investigating different elements came out of that as well. Correct? Yes. So he came into my study one night us in the seventh grade and he said, dad, can you help me prepare talk? I know that you do that a lot. Can you help me prepare mind? So I thought it was a great mentoring opportunity, father, son, bonding little did I know what was in store so he puts the assignment down on my desk and says, what is the most pressing problem of our time? And I don't know what you were doing seven grave. That's not what I was doing seven. Not thinking about that. Yes. So I was totally blown away and I helped him try to figure out what was the most pressing problem of our time from his lens of experiences at twelve year old. And then I realized I'm not really taking my own advice because what I was working on was very meaningful. I'm I'm an intensive est. So I practice in the ICU do clinical research physician scientists. What I was working on with super meaningful. But if I'm being honest, it wasn't the most pressing problem of our time. So then I had to think about it. You know what is. So I thought about it and thought about it was literally all I could think about it. And then I found it and there is a compassion crisis in healthcare. There are a lot of data on that. I can tell you all about it if you want to. But the big question is, does it matter and and so the question is, does compassion really matter. And what I found through the approach of systematic review, the biomedical literature, national library medicine. One thousand scientific abstracts two hundred research papers. What I concluded from that experience that compassion matters for patients for patient care, including healthcare costs and those who care from patients. I think a lot of people when they think about the term of compassion and they think about it within healthcare, the expectation is that it was always there, but maybe it has changed because. Of various elements that are kind of interacting with with the healthcare field. I mean, if you go back, you know, thirty forty years of, you know the days of Marcus Welby MD everybody would think, oh, well, you know, doctors made house calls and that's an element of compassion, but we don't have that necessarily as much these days absolute. So there's a lot of rigorous data that shows that things are changing and there are there data that show it's changing. It's worsening in the sense that our fishing she has to change in healthcare were sometimes under pressure to spend less time with patients in the area of electric medical records, rigorous data to show that healthcare providers spend more time looking into their computer screens than looking patients in the eyes. And that's where I think it comes from. So how much? Well, I guess what area specifically do you think this this crisis has having an impact because you bring up actually turn compassion comics, which obviously leads me to believe that there is there is an economic element to. To this crisis, the the cost that it is in being incurred upon the medical facility, the doctors themselves that that there is an economic helmet to this that can be changed, which obviously we're trying to improve the relationship between doctrine patient, but you're also coming at a time where the economic side of the medical field is looked at scrutinized more closely than ever before -absolutely. So in primary care, for example, there's data that shows that compassionate patient centered care is associated with lower unnecessary resource use. So less diagnostic testing this not needed less referrals to specialists, less hospitalizations that are on necessary in lotta lower total healthcare charges..

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