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"nausea" Discussed on HowSound

HowSound

07:00 min | 3 weeks ago

"nausea" Discussed on HowSound

"Then it's like, and they're back to gravity. So yeah, between fighting off the nausea and the recording complexities and learning to be weightless, Andrew navigated a slew of weird reporting challenges. And there was one more. Participant observation. That's what a sociologist might call it. Journalists refer to it as immersion journalism. Think of it as not just reporting by observation, but actually joining in, understanding something by direct experience. Of course, in this case, how could Andrew not be immersed, he was on the plane. But what makes this more of a participatory reporting trip is Andrew's disability. He's losing his sight. I have a retinal disease called retinitis pigmentosa. It's a kind of tunnel vision that gradually narrows from the outside in. Andrew was diagnosed with it as a teen. At first he noticed he had trouble seeing in the dark. Then his daytime vision became impaired. And now he's in his 40s and his sight is diminished further. I use a white cane walking around and I've started to listen to my emails and web pages and stuff using a screen reader, books, I tend to listen to rather than read visually and if I do want to read a book that's not available digitally I'll use magnification. Andrew told me he has low vision. So we can still see things, but he's legally blind. Like when he recorded his side of our conversation, he could see the red lights on his recorder to make sure he's recording, but he goes by ear for levels. You know, I don't know for sure like when my vision will change more, but I think it's safe to assume that over the next ten years it will significantly change and yeah, so I'm kind of like preparing for that and thinking about that and dealing with that. One of the ways he's making sense of what's happening to his eyes is by reporting, asking questions like, what constitutes disability? How does society view disability and does it need to change? He's written for The New Yorker about pro tactile. It's a way of communicating through touch for deaf blind people. He had an article in The New York Times Magazine about acting blind on TV. And of course, there's this radio lab story where he's immersing himself wearing two hats. Reporter and someone who's experiencing the parabolic flight with a disability. That dual role was helpful. He says the team at radiolab saw the value that Andrew could offer unique insight and maybe just maybe even have his own story arc two as he progresses through the reporting. Same story with getting on the plane. I don't think I would have gotten access if I wasn't disabled. If I hadn't been a disabled journalist who made this argument that they had a film crew, but for blind people wouldn't it be better to do a radio documentary. They had a person on their staff who was like super stoked on that idea. And so I think that's how I got there in the first place. But wearing two hats did cause confusion for participants from time to time. So you're one of the ambassadors? I should say that I was also wearing a flight suit. No. That's why I'm confused. Okay. I'm not. But you could see. I could be because it's technically I'm disabled. I do want to get your response to something that you wrote to me in an email. And here's what you said. Pretty much every story I'm doing these days is tension between being a participant and an observer. That is always attention with that kind of stunt slash adventure slash action journalism. You're doing the thing that your subjects are, which makes you a bit more than a fly on the wall. But I think disability complicates that since it's part of an identity. So it's not just like I'm a rock climbing journalist, rock climbing with other rock climbers. It's more complicated. Complicated even more by my complicated relationship with the moving target of my own identity as disabled. What do you mean? And you're welcome. So in some ways, I think what I was trying to get at when I said that to you, rob was that the immersion that I was doing wasn't just about going on the plane. It was about being a blind guy on the plane. Specifically. And complicated more by the fact that I was like an ambiguously blind guy who's like trying to figure out what that means too and that the plane flight in some ways and talking to the people on it helped me a little bit figure that out one or 2° more than I had before I got on the plane. How so? I mean, I think it's about how non disabled people relate to you. You know, it's in that moment in the very beginning when the former astronaut says to me like, oh, so you're obviously one of the ambassadors. And there was a lot more of it that didn't make it into the story of just like tons of these interactions between the non disabled people who are there to help and the disabled people and it's something around how to negotiate unnecessary help and low expectations from people who look at a disabled person and think like, oh, that person is definitely going to need help and is definitely not here just like in the normal capacity that everybody else is here. So extremely disorienting, I forgot which way the floor was. But I found it. If I was totally blind, I'm trying to imagine how I would be doing this. So the plan is we're going to do 15 parabolas. And as we keep going. I'm trying to get around and talk to people and observe things and. I'm in a snow globe that but toddler is shaking every minute. I don't think a single person is doing an experiment on this blade just getting through each problem as an experiment. And then I find out later that the blind crew turns out, there was a narrative arc to Andrew's experience, initially in the story he's more of an observer. I feel like you hear him describing what he's seeing and each time he goes weightless, he and the others become more acclimated. Eric is doing like break dancing disco moves. Monica is doing back down. But then there's a turn in the story and Andrew's personal connection to the experience becomes clear. Around the end of the first set of parabolas. There was this moment where Eric and Sawyer, who were in the mobility group, sort of floated into standing positions. All right, so apparently in lunar gravity, I can stand. So that's cool. And I started crying. I'm having kind of an emotional reaction to that. And I really didn't want to be crying. I can't imagine doing this with people who can walk. And I felt really bad that I was crying. And why would you feel bad about that? It seemed to come out of the sense of liberation

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"nausea" Discussed on HowSound

HowSound

04:10 min | 3 weeks ago

"nausea" Discussed on HowSound

"Looking for the backstory to great audio storytelling? Well, you found it. I'm rob Rosenthal, and this is how sound. A production of PRX and transom. Andrew Leland reported a story a few months ago, and it was like no other story he'd worked on. So many unusual challenges. For starters, making sure not to puke. I had to take an anti nausea drug. There were recording issues too. Sometimes he used a handheld mic, other times a lavalier mic in order to be hands free. It was like this little mic that I think normally you would put on like a collar, but they actually taped it to my forehead. And then there's the part about reporting in zero gravity. I think technically it's not zero gravity. It basically it's just like effectively zero gravity. But why get into that now? Undermine your awesome setup, which is that, yeah, I flew in zero gravity. Yes. I did, unless you're a physicist, in which case, no, I did not. What's wrong? I love hearing you think out loud like that. Yeah, I don't know what's wrong with my brain or mouth, but that's how they work in tandem. You're listening to radio lab. Andrew's story aired on radiolab back in March. It's called the right stuff, a nod to a book with the same name by Tom wolfer. Here's the opening. Hey, I'm latif Nasser. I'm Louis Miller. This is radiolab. And today we're gonna start. All right, here we go. With reporter Andrew Leland. I'm just gonna hold my mic like I'm doing a karaoke. Where are you on Planet Earth? Where are you doing karaoke from? I'm in Long Beach, California. All right, so now I'm just gonna wander around talking to people gathering, gathering at all. At a place called the FBO, which is like a tiny, private airport, just one building sitting on a giant tarmac. And so I walk into the building through these sliding glass doors and it's this big bright room with a fish tank in it and these fancy chairs and it's full. All right, guys. Of people. Hi, how are we? Good. There is a film crew. How are you today? There's some family members. Can I come and linger? Always linger under. And the whole place is just sort of a buzz. As the team has the team feeling. We're good. Are we good? You seem good. Because today is after months of preparation. Flight day. It's this training flight for potential astronauts to experience near zero gravity. And so scattered about the room. Are these people wearing with the jumpsuit? These jumpsuits, these flight suits. How are you feeling? Good. Got your ticket? Got my boarding card. Got your flight suit. You're ready to rock. Rock and roll. Some of them look nervous, some of them. So we're gonna play a game of cards. All right, a little table. Before taking off for our flight. And these people are the people who everybody's here to see. They're known as the ambassadors. Let me take a moment to explain the ambassadors. Andrew's story asks big questions. Who gets to go to space? Only people without disabilities? Well, what about people with disabilities? People with hearing impairments, people who are blind, people in wheelchairs. Can they all be included? Should they be included? And what are the advantages and challenges? That's what the ambassadors hope to figure out. They're part of a project called mission ASTRO access. They will all board a special plane designed for training and testing astronauts. And as the ASTRO access website puts it, the ambassadors will quote experience weightlessness and carry out lunar gravity, Martian gravity, and zero gravity observations, and experiments investigating how the physical environment aboard space vessels should be modified so that all astronauts and explorers regardless of disability on earth can live work and thrive in space. Andrew went on that plane to document the tests what's known as a parabolic flight. And can you just can you just explain what that is, actually? So really simply, you're on a

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Stink Reacts to ESPN's List of Top 10 NFL Running Backs

Schlereth and Evans

01:43 min | Last month

Stink Reacts to ESPN's List of Top 10 NFL Running Backs

"So stink yesterday, the top ten running backs in the NFL came out. Okay? Derek Henry number one. Yeah. Jonathan Taylor number two, Nick Chubb and Cleveland. Number three, Dalvin cook in Minnesota. Number four, Alvin Kamara. Number 5 in New Orleans. Joe Mixon and Cincinnati, number 6. Christian McCaffrey, Colorado is one of those favorite sons, Christian McCaffrey, number 7. Nausea Harris, number 8. Aaron Jones and Green Bay, number 9. And then you get to number ten on the list from the people in the sport, the top ten players at every position. Javonte Williams came in at number ten on this list, your reaction, your reaction is what? My reaction is it shows you the respect that people evaluators and people who play and coach and GM in this league, the respect they have for that guy as a player because that guy, unlike most of these guys, most of these guys are pretty much Bel cow guys. That dude was a true split. So you're talking about a guy that truly split the carries. And this league has gone that way to where there's different guys that have different skill sets and play in different packages and different situations. But the majority of these guys, if you're going to run it 25 times, they're getting 18 or 19 of those carries. And javonte was truly a 50 50 guy.

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CDC: New listeria outbreak tied to 23 illnesses, 1 death

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | Last month

CDC: New listeria outbreak tied to 23 illnesses, 1 death

"A Listeria outbreak is linked to 23 illnesses and one death The CDC has not identified a food that might be spreading the deadly bacteria but is putting the public on alert about symptoms including fever muscle aches nausea and diarrhea almost all the people who've gotten sick either live or travel to Florida The first cases were in January of this year but have continued until recently Listeria is one of the most dangerous forms of food poisoning and can be treated with antibiotics It is especially dangerous to pregnant women newborns the elderly and those with compromised immune systems I'm Ed

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3 Americans found dead at Bahamas hotel, 4th airlifted to hospital

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 3 months ago

3 Americans found dead at Bahamas hotel, 4th airlifted to hospital

"The the the the deaths deaths deaths deaths of of of of three three three three American American American American tourists tourists tourists tourists at at at at a a a a sandals sandals sandals sandals resort resort resort resort in in in in the the the the Bahamas Bahamas Bahamas Bahamas are are are are under under under under investigation investigation investigation investigation the the the the acting acting acting acting prime prime prime prime minister's minister's minister's minister's office office office office says says says says police police police police are are are are investigating investigating investigating investigating the the the the deaths deaths deaths deaths at at at at sandals sandals sandals sandals emerald emerald emerald emerald bay bay bay bay in in in in the the the the Exuma Exuma Exuma Exuma but but but but fell fell fell fell play play play play is is is is not not not not suspected suspected suspected suspected the the the the health health health health minister minister minister minister told told told told Eyewitness Eyewitness Eyewitness Eyewitness News News News News Bahamas Bahamas Bahamas Bahamas the the the the U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. tourist tourist tourist tourist went went went went to to to to a a a a health health health health clinic clinic clinic clinic Thursday Thursday Thursday Thursday with with with with nausea nausea nausea nausea and and and and vomiting vomiting vomiting vomiting were were were were treated treated treated treated and and and and left left left left Friday Friday Friday Friday three three three three were were were were found found found found dead dead dead dead a a a a fourth fourth fourth fourth a a a a woman woman woman woman was was was was airlifted airlifted airlifted airlifted to to to to princess princess princess princess Margaret Margaret Margaret Margaret hospital hospital hospital hospital he he he he says says says says it it it it seems seems seems seems to to to to be be be be an an an an isolated isolated isolated isolated case case case case and and and and they're they're they're they're doing doing doing doing toxicology toxicology toxicology toxicology and and and and blood blood blood blood tests tests tests tests to to to to determine determine determine determine the the the the cause cause cause cause I'm I'm I'm I'm

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Unlucky (MM #4058)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 months ago

Unlucky (MM #4058)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. Since 1964, one of the most popular breakfast cereals in America has been the one with the leprechaun on the box and a bunch of colorful marshmallows. Now the marshmallow shapes and colors have all changed over the years, and it looks like the cereal may have changed or something has changed. I don't know if you've heard, but recently people have been reporting symptoms of nausea, diarrhea vomiting, and more when eating lucky charms. So far, the FDA says over 450 people have reported illness due to the breakfast cereal. They've not made a recall. They don't plan on making a recall because they basically can't duplicate or figure out what's going on. But for some reason, people are getting sick. All sorts of gastrointestinal issues when consuming lucky charms. People who've been sick from the cereal are outraged. Something's wrong in the process. And again, nobody understands why, and it's not like they don't make lucky charms on the same serial line that they make other cereals. Something's going on, but if you love lucky charms, I guess these days you might be unlucky. You better watch out.

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Unlucky (MM #4058)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 months ago

Unlucky (MM #4058)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. Since 1964, one of the most popular breakfast cereals in America has been the one with the leprechaun on the box and a bunch of colorful marshmallows. Now the marshmallow shapes and colors have all changed over the years, and it looks like the cereal may have changed or something has changed. I don't know if you've heard, but recently people have been reporting symptoms of nausea, diarrhea vomiting, and more when eating lucky charms. So far, the FDA says over 450 people have reported illness due to the breakfast cereal. They've not made a recall. They don't plan on making a recall because they basically can't duplicate or figure out what's going on. But for some reason, people are getting sick. All sorts of gastrointestinal issues when consuming lucky charms. People who've been sick from the cereal are outraged. Something's wrong in the process. And again, nobody understands why, and it's not like they don't make lucky charms on the same serial line that they make other cereals. Something's going on, but if you love lucky charms, I guess these days you might be unlucky. You better watch out.

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Unlucky (MM #4058)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 months ago

Unlucky (MM #4058)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. Since 1964, one of the most popular breakfast cereals in America has been the one with the leprechaun on the box and a bunch of colorful marshmallows. Now the marshmallow shapes and colors have all changed over the years, and it looks like the cereal may have changed or something has changed. I don't know if you've heard, but recently people have been reporting symptoms of nausea, diarrhea vomiting, and more when eating lucky charms. So far, the FDA says over 450 people have reported illness due to the breakfast cereal. They've not made a recall. They don't plan on making a recall because they basically can't duplicate or figure out what's going on. But for some reason, people are getting sick. All sorts of gastrointestinal issues when consuming lucky charms. People who've been sick from the cereal are outraged. Something's wrong in the process. And again, nobody understands why, and it's not like they don't make lucky charms on the same serial line that they make other cereals. Something's going on, but if you love lucky charms, I guess these days you might be unlucky. You better watch out.

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"nausea" Discussed on Health Babes Podcast

Health Babes Podcast

05:39 min | 4 months ago

"nausea" Discussed on Health Babes Podcast

"Can you not even recommend dairy all the time? But it's a very strategic way to be like, okay, like maybe it's cottage cheese or like a Greek yogurt or maybe it's like a couple spoons, bowls of nut butter, a handful of cashews or something like, can I get you some protein right in those first early hours? Because we're going to have less of a roller coaster, you're going to be less sensitive, you're going to have less hyper and hypoglycemia and it's just changes the way you eat the whole rest of the day. I was literally on the phone with a friend earlier today who's pregnant and she's so nauseous and I said, you have to force yourself to eat protein. She's like, I can't. I said, you have to. The blood sugar drops are going to make you more nauseous. I'm like, even if it's three bites, just do something and she's like, okay. That's honestly the best advice you could give her, because I can't tell you how many people in the first trimester, what happens is they start to get a little bit of nausea and then they don't, and then they have protein aversions, and then all they do is eat carbohydrates. They're full of insulin. They're putting on they're putting on sugar weight fast. And remember, this is not the time in which the baby is growing the fastest. That's happening in the end of the second trimester and the third trimester on the baby's like putting on weight. But what this is doing to you, it's putting weight on you and which is fine, but what's worse is that spike and crash that really takes nausea to the next level, and then you can't get off this eating behavior. So even as you move into your 12th or 14th week, when the nausea is starting to calm down and your placenta is taking over and it's like, hey, we got this for you. I know you had it the first trimester and you were like, it was like hard on your body. This organ is built in your body to support the baby's growth. And so your nausea starts to calm down and the food aversion starts to go away..

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US military faces crisis in Hawaii after leak poisons water

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 6 months ago

US military faces crisis in Hawaii after leak poisons water

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Lawsuits demand unproven ivermectin for COVID patients

AP News Radio

01:02 min | 10 months ago

Lawsuits demand unproven ivermectin for COVID patients

"The use of unproven drugs is covered nineteen treatments it's the latest pandemic issue judges are being asked to rule on mass schools vaccination mandates and business shutdowns of all landed in the courts during the covert nineteen outbreak confronting judges with questions of science in government authority now they're being asked to weigh in on the D. warming drug ivermectin at least two dozen lawsuits have been filed around the U. S. several by the same lawyer on behalf of people seeking to force hospitals to give their covert stricken loved ones ivermectin drug is used for treating parasitic infections but it's been promoted by conservative commentators as a covert nineteen treatment despite a lack of evidence that it helps people with the virus and warnings from the FDA that large doses can have serious side effects from nausea vomiting and diarrhea to seizures delirium and even death court rulings have been mixed with some judges ordering medical providers to give the medication despite the concerns I'm Ben Thomas

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Ryan Braun Announces Retirement, Leaves Behind a Complicated Legacy

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

02:01 min | 11 months ago

Ryan Braun Announces Retirement, Leaves Behind a Complicated Legacy

"Ryan braun The the brewers formally announced his retirement. Yesterday he announced. Its milwaukee brewers. And i gotta say this. Because i i think of ryan braun is being Like lance armstrong of of baseball Not only did he use pd's but he also attacked people leading up to that most notably the sample collector specifically went after him Publicly accused him of being anti semitic He called other players when he was a i. You know. I had the first positive drug tests. He told them look this. This collector was coming after me. he's an anti semite. And i thought it was just despicable. And so i give mark at nausea. The brewers credit for his loyalty that braun. I'd say this. He's a better person than i am. A given that. If i were mark grad nausea after bron lied about you being a pd user and then accepted a sixty game suspension. What was it a half year suspension. I would have never forgiven him after giving him that. Huge contract mark attanasio did no in from afar. That's my viewpoint to. I can't get passed it. He tried to destroy. Somebody's life yup and he lied. You know that was. He gave that speech in february of two thousand twelve. It wasn't until two thousand thirteen that he finally got caught up in the biogenesis investigation and got his suspension. I get it in milwaukee they the fans there for gave them gave them standing ovations. You know on the field is the third greatest brewer of all time. You know buying rodney out in honor for me. I just can't get past. His initial reaction is. Denial is lies. And you know great player. No doubt thirty thirty. Mvp all that. But you know. I think i would hope. He looks back in wishes he had done at all differently.

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"nausea" Discussed on The Comb

The Comb

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"nausea" Discussed on The Comb

"It's one of us is as intimately attached to the style of this beautiful country as odd the famous around up face off retarded and the mimosa trees off the push at rainbow nausea at peace with itself and the world.

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"nausea" Discussed on The Carlat Psychiatry Podcast

The Carlat Psychiatry Podcast

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"nausea" Discussed on The Carlat Psychiatry Podcast

"It is a highly aversive won the unconscious process of conditioned avoidance might not apply to medications because they are tasteless and odorless but nausea instill cause patients to reject medications early on when they consciously associate the nausea with the new med treat nausea early and aggressively to prevent this with most medications. The nausea only occurs in the first few weeks and then goes away in our experience. Nausea is a big problem with lithium. The sri's forty teens from telex and pramod peck saul which is sometimes used off label for bipolar depression in treatment resistant depression and as a bonus seventh tip to prevent the problem. I usually start these meds very low and raise them very slowly such as raising lithium by three hundred milligrams every week or starting forty oxycotine at five milligrams every other day and now for the word of.

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"nausea" Discussed on The Carlat Psychiatry Podcast

The Carlat Psychiatry Podcast

05:24 min | 1 year ago

"nausea" Discussed on The Carlat Psychiatry Podcast

"One extended release formulations. Anything that irritates stomach lining can cause nausea so extended release versions usually have a low risk of nausea the strategies particularly helpful with lithium lamotrigine. Depakote as a pain and paroxetine all of which have some evidence to reduce nausea with their ex are formulations. Number two is od. Tease orally disintegrating. Tablets are another option as these largely bypassed the stomach and hence reduce nausea. Od teas are available for many medications including the anti psychotics era pepper soul. A pene clause subpoenoed not a lanza. Pene formerly known as i practice zydus and re- spirit own also for the mood stabiliser lamotrigine as well as murtaza's pain i'll praise lamb claw needs a pam the client open wafers and zepeda them ambien and the dimension medication donepezil and the good news is that all of these od. Tease i've mentioned are now generic in fact the only branded od in psychiatry. That we're aware of are the stimulants. Amphetamine comes as the branded at zini's are od tea and methylphenidate as contempt. La xsara odie three. Change the medication. Some psychiatric medications have anti nausea properties built into them then does have anti nausea properties particularly raza pam outta van which is fda approved. Chemotherapy into nausea. Matassa pain is often used by doctors to treat nausea which it accomplishes through serotonin five. Ht three antagonism lanza pianosa treat nausea through this mechanism to number four is to add on an anti nausea. Med on danza. Troncoso fran is a five. Ht three antagonist that is fda approved for nausea. And although we don't know of studies using on danza tron to treat nausea specifically on psych meds. It's certainly reasonable to try and our experience. We've had good results onions. Atanas pretty safe in well tolerated with the main side effect of constipation but it also has some psychiatric benefits that might be relevant to some of your patients in small controlled. Trials on danza tron has improved binge eating disorder alcoholism and obsessive compulsive disorder at a dose of four milligrams a day. The fifth tip is pro method. Finnigan this old standby. Ken treat nausea. But keep in mind. This anti medic was originally developed as an antipsychotic so it can cause Disconnect asia for that reason we use it as a last resort in our patients because each antipsychotic exposure increases the risk of td and with the broad trans diagnostic use of these agents. We know that many of our patients are eventually going to be treated with an antipsychotic at some point. And we want to minimize that risk. Finally we often start with nitrous cure ginger capsules. Most patients prefer this as they don't want to add a medicine to treat the side effects of another one. Ginger has been used since ancient times to treat nausea. A modern control trials have confirmed the anti medic properties of ginger in nausea due to various causes including chemotherapy. Pregnancy post operative nausea emotion sickness. Psychiatrist rajneesh mago recommends ginger for nausea on tropics. And we've had good experience with it as well. Ginger capsules a considered safe by the fda and it's a standard treatment for europe. Here's how to use it have you. Patient tak- ginger captial on an empty stomach about an hour before dinner or another large meal. The doses one thousand two thousand milligrams and there are lots of good brands out. There we use now and nature's way next way now for the jinja to dissolve and take effect. Ginger treats nausea through several mechanisms. It increases gastric tone. Blocks call an arctic in three receptors. And why con. Danza tron block serotonin five. Ht three in the gi tract after waiting an hour. Have the patient eat a large meal. This will coat their stomachs so the medication will be less irritating to the stomach lining then have them take the medication right after the large meal. So stack at like this. Take the ginger. I the nature large meal then the medication on top of all of that. There's one whole though in this strategy if they do develop nausea. They may have conditioned avoidance to whatever food they ate. but this doesn't worry because remember condition avoidance will affect anything. I ate up to a few hours before the nausea comes on. So there's really no way around. That patients are going to eat something for dinner and this strategy at least reduces the nausea and hence the likelihood of.

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"nausea" Discussed on The Carlat Psychiatry Podcast

The Carlat Psychiatry Podcast

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"nausea" Discussed on The Carlat Psychiatry Podcast

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"nausea" Discussed on The Carlat Psychiatry Podcast

The Carlat Psychiatry Podcast

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"nausea" Discussed on The Carlat Psychiatry Podcast

"Nausea. We think we know what it is but his doctors balabagn and yates put it in a recent review of the symptom although the expulsion of gastric contents through vomiting is easy to recognize the sequeira of physiological responses that precedes this response are less clear cut. The article goes on to describe. Thirty definitions of this queasy. Symptom nausea did not make much of a splash in the early medical texts. The egyptians hardly mentioned it. It wasn't until the ancient greeks attempted to conquer the seas with the newly discovered science of shipbuilding that the word starts to crop up sailing. The high seas came with an unpleasant side effect seasickness the greeks called this affliction nausea. And those of you seafaring types might recognize the nautical route in that word today. We think of nausea as a protective mechanism. One that evolution put in place to help us quickly expunge spoiled food and toxins before they settle in and do greater damage but most medications can also register this toxic alert. And if you don't take care to manage nausea your patients. It might cause them to avoid their medication entirely and possibly anything else. They eight around the time they took it. That's because nausea causes a unique unconscious effect. Cold conditioned.

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Alabama SEC Football Predictions for 2021

Bet The Board

02:13 min | 1 year ago

Alabama SEC Football Predictions for 2021

"Feel like discussions of national championship should be perfect segue when we looked to break down the defending champion from season ago and paint. I don't think it'll surprise anybody. When you look at alabama fan duel sportsbook there less than two to one to win the national title there an overwhelming favorite to come out of the sec west at minus four fifty. And when you look at their win total. It's eleven and a half shaded to the younger. Of course we know that the most electric offense that we've seen in tuscaloosa will not bring back a lot of their key. Playmakers nausea harris and of course devante smith taking their talents to the nfl combining for fifty five touchdowns last year. Mack jones get gone of course as well. But it's rare if you're a team in college football you bring in two former. Nfl head coaches and bill. O'brien and doug marrone to help pass the baton to the next heir-apparent embrace young under center. I don't know how much they're actually going to do. Or how much you actually want him to do. Listen nick listen. Nick and hope that they can keep players on the straight narrow that are collecting seven figure paydays at least on the books under an i l. arrangements compared to Bitcoin trust and everything else. They used to collect in the past the one thing with alabama that they've adhered to under this offensive. Change the last few years is that our offense is not changing. If you're coming into the sabin rehab program you're going to adapt to our offense or guys aren't constantly learning new systems and it seemed work but when i look at alabama's dominant they've been with nick. Sabin the only one back to back championships wants it. Feels like with his system. Continuity plays a large role. And that's something alabama's offense that you alluded to just doesn't have this season now. No one's feeling bad for alabama the way they were crew. But you're replacing. Six players drafted in the first twenty four picks five on offense and totally replacing three starters along the line to starting receivers a tight end and a quarterback and it's not just the players four offensive assistance. Four offense of analysts. They've all moved on. So alabama's offense is gonna regress. That is not a question. It's happening the real question for me. Is how large dip.

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How Anxiety Affects Our Body and Minds With Dr. Dain Heer

Anxiety Slayer

03:29 min | 1 year ago

How Anxiety Affects Our Body and Minds With Dr. Dain Heer

"Most of our listeners. Reach out to a nanga. And i i would say almost every day worried about the sensations that they're feeling in their bodies when they start to get anxious or when they feel an anxiety attack coming on or maybe they just have a sour stomach or heart palpitations nausea and the list goes on and on but it is the number one concern that we hear from our listeners. That what what do i do in it sends them to the er and causes all of this health. Things id and so. As i was reading the book reading body whispering. I was like oh. Who does this belong to is probably a place i want to start with with damon. Talk but certainly take us where you wanna go well. It's an interesting time. We're living in as we all know. and what i found about those who experiencing dieting is the huge majority of them meaning over ninety percent. Okay probably over ninety nine percent somewhere in the ninety nine percent range Tend to be highly sensitive highly aware individuals who have never been given a reference point for that much awareness. Nobody's ever told them and you know and they're the ones that are that are these oftentimes these sweet creatures or at least. They started like as as he's really sweet creatures who just wanted everybody to build better wanted everybody to be healed and such a high level of emotional sensitivity that the it seems like an overwhelming to be aware and nobody else is talking about it from this place that it's actually an awareness. Awareness is actually a capacity and so if we just turn the turn the spotlight here in the lighthouse just a little bit well that also applies to our bodies and we have a lot of people having a lot of stuff going on with their bodies right now and and it's an interesting thing because a lot of it seems a lot of it is. There's a lot of fear which is one of the things that if you if you take. Fear fear crazing dieting. But if you take that in amp up a stepper tour ten then becomes bordering on paranoia. Which is a high state of anxiety. And what that. That's one of the things if you look at what that does to our bodies physiologically or me etc. I'm dr at many. Other people discussing those aspects of it. So i won't. I'll just acknowledge that it's there what that then creates is. Is this sort of ramping up. Because anytime like if you think about it this way if you've got one of those degree wake up in a great mood. Everything is working. everything looks beautiful and everything looks possible. And you're like wow. This is so cool but if you wake up one of those mornings where you got the snooze alarm twenty seven times you don't want to get out of bed got massive anxiety. Everything seemed grew that lens. And so there's probably many but at least two conversations going on right here. One is that people's level of sensitivity is not just mental physical.

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"nausea" Discussed on Reefer MEDness

Reefer MEDness

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"nausea" Discussed on Reefer MEDness

"We we knew a little bit around chemotherapy. Induced nausea People have been using some form of cannabis. Thc product for literally decades and so we knew about that but it was more around. Okay you know. How do we get this into the hands of our patients. How do we convince them that. It's a reasonable alternative How do we get into their. How do we get a safe product into their hands. That was a big question for me. Because i knew that patients who were on chemotherapy or were immunosuppressed. We're at risk. You know if they got street cannabis that was infected or infiltrated with stuff like fungus or bacteria. It could be a real problem for them. And you know we saw a number of case reports of people getting Essentially life limiting or deadly fungus infections because of their use of streak cannabis. That wasn't made safer inspected that sort of thing interesting interesting so okay going back to the early days so in a sense then you were being driven by patient. Use at that point correct. Yeah okay and it's interesting. Because as i learned more about cannabis. I think that i was more open to hearing about it from patients and then sometimes i also brought up with patients you know it was I would say in the early days. It was still. I wouldn't say verboten but it was certainly frowned upon that doctors. Talk about you know the possible use of something that's Thought to be illegal lissette Causes all sorts of troubles but again you know there was a need. Patients would come forward with their needs. They obviously weren't getting benefit out of the medication we were using or the other thing that we're were starting we're starting to see was people saying i don't like these other medications that i'm on. They give me terrible side effects. Can we get off of some of these pain medications some of these medications for nausea medications for other things so it was. It was an interesting transition. I'd say when i'm looking back i'd say it's a very interesting transition how things went from Solidly in the no camp to very solidly. In the yes and promote camp. so it's Yeah we're at that point now i imagine solidly understood and actually being promoted. So i you seen that that took twenty. That took the twenty one years Okay unless they wanna early days in early days. I mean i've been nursing for almost forty years and of course i've never really been an oncology nurse but of course you dabble in you see patients in patients and stuff and many patients would tell me unofficially quote unquote that they're using cannabis and they don't tell the doc khuzdar afraid that doctor will we..

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What's the Deadliest Spider in the World?

BrainStuff

02:11 min | 1 year ago

What's the Deadliest Spider in the World?

"What's the world's deadliest spider. Despite their reputation for being kinda creepy of the nearly forty thousand known species of spiders only a tiny fraction of them can inflict any significant pain or other harm in humans. in fact there's no holy accepted consensus on what. The world's deadliest spider is because by and large spiders. Aren't that much of a threat to our wellbeing. That said there are a handful of arachnids around the world that it would be in our best interests to avoid the overall morbidity rate of venomous spiders remains below ten percent but some of their poisons can induce tissue degeneration cell death nausea and other unpleasant side effects. Venomous spiders are quipped with poison. Gland that harbors the dangerous compounds. Those glands are connected to a set of fangs that spiders use to deliver venom into their victims. The fangs usually remain tucked inside the spider's jaws until it feels threatened when that happens it releases. Those fangs digging them into the victim's body and secreting the venom and not all spider bites are potentially wounding though many spiders will give dry bites without venom as a warning in the united states people worry most about the fangs the brown recluse and black widow spiders a bite from brown recluse can leave you with significant scarring. Tissue net grosses if left untreated. But odds are strongly in your favor of survival. You can identify brown recluses by the violin shaped marking on their abdomens statistically black widows with their red hourglass colin card pose more of a threat to humans before doctors discovered anti-venom for the widow family of spiders the mortality rate for bite victims was around five percent though. There isn't a definitive answer to what the world's deadliest spider is experts often place. The sydney funnel web spider at the top of the list. This arachnids species bears responsibility for the highest number of bites and fatalities among all spiders

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Montana’s Blackfeet Tribe Provides COVID-19 Vaccinations at Border Crossing

Native America Calling

01:55 min | 1 year ago

Montana’s Blackfeet Tribe Provides COVID-19 Vaccinations at Border Crossing

"Within days montana's first confirmed covid. Nineteen case black feet nation declared a state of emergency and closed down. Now it's leading the way in vaccinations empire part of this two part story. Yellowstone public radio's caitlyn nicholas reports on how the tribe was successful quickly. Its vaccination effort a ninety five percent. Vaccination rate is much higher than the rest of the country. Several factors made this possible. Vaccines are coming to black feet. Nation from two sources black feats travel health department receives allotments through montana's health department while the to indian health service units on the reservation receive another allocation from the federal government but brittany racine a registered nurse at the tribal health improvement program says the played an important role as well as the fact that everyone in black feet nation was personally impacted by covid nineteen. We're such a small community and so when we would have a death we were all really impacted by it. That had a lot to do with people wanting to get vaccinated so they wouldn't lose a family member are they wouldn't put people at risk. Since march fifteenth twenty twenty black feet nation has lost forty eight tribal members dacoven nineteen rail grant is the nursing instructor black feet community college on a windy day in the feet tribal health departments. Rv mobile clinic. She's supervising nursing students distributing vaccine's grant says the vaccine rollout order was also important frontline workers and healthcare grocery stores and other high contact jobs for vaccinated. I followed by elders. I think that was really encouraging for people who didn't want to because the elders got it i. We also look to them for our guidance. They got it so that guided the younger generation to have a little more. Trust a little more willingness. Even though they were very scared grant says many were worried about the side effects of the vaccine which can include. Fever nausea and body aches. She says elders also needed to confront traumatic past experiences to get the vaccine

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Clark Howard

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

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"Site. site. Noonan Noonan primary primary care care doctor doctor Cecil Cecil Bennett Bennett says says Unless patients are having allergic reactions, like rashes or shortness of breath, he can't understand halting vaccinations. This is where again the United States of America. We expect everything to be perfect, Bennett tells WSB, nausea, dizziness or aches and pains are normal. You could take Goody's headache powder and have side effects. There's no perfect medications. No perfect. Vaccine and a handful of individuals out of hundreds. It's not a good reason to close on the side, but those are manageable side effects, he says. The vaccine benefits outweigh the risks of temporary discomfort. Veronica Waters 95.5 WSB, Florida congressman Matt Gates, making his first public appearance since her health at House Ethics Committee began an investigation into

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High-Profile Figures In Jordan Arrested For 'Security Reasons'

On the Media

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

High-Profile Figures In Jordan Arrested For 'Security Reasons'

"Has issued a statement saying that Prince Hamzah, the half brother of King Abdullah, and the former Crown prince has been asked to stop any actions targeting the country's security and stability while the number of officials have been arrested, our Arab affairs editor, Sebastian Nausea, reports A statement by the Jordanian military said that a former minister, a member of the royal family, and a number of other unnamed officials have been detained. It said that it was part of an ongoing security investigation. As part of this Prince Hans. I was told to hold any actions that might affect Jordan's stability that the military denied reports that have been appearing on other media outlets that Prince Hamzah had himself been arrested. Which is triggered speculation that there may have bean on attempted coup. The events is so far officially confirmed our, however shocking enough in Jordan, where such high level arrests a rare Germany's president, Frank

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Jordanian prince claims he's been placed under house arrest

On the Media

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

Jordanian prince claims he's been placed under house arrest

"In Jordan has issued a statement saying that Prince Hamzah, the half brother of King Abdullah, and the former Crown prince has been asked to stop any actions targeting the country's security and stability while the number of officials have been arrested, our Arab affairs editor, Sebastian Nausea, reports A statement by the Jordanian military said that a former minister, a member of the royal family, and a number of other unnamed officials have been detained. It said that it was part of an ongoing security investigation. As part of this Prince Hans. I was told to hold any actions that might affect Jordan's stability that the military denied reports that have been appearing on other media outlets that Prince Hamzah had himself been arrested. Which is triggered speculation that there may have bean on attempted coup. The events is so far officially confirmed our, however shocking enough in Jordan, where such high level arrests a rare Germany's

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Samantha Yap - YAP Global - Blockchain PR

Bitcoin Radio

06:17 min | 1 year ago

Samantha Yap - YAP Global - Blockchain PR

"You started in two thousand. Seventeen with an icu. Boom and. I'm sure that the media's all over that at the now Especially with this latest bull run I'm sure that the everyone wants to hear about it. Know about it. Your stories us as a very exciting time. But i feel like with a two thousand seventeen. Ico boom it was a lot of excitement. And then everyone was interested was on the front page mainstream media then like the bubble burst and all the mainstream all right this is just a fad and they forgot about it and then now we're seeing with this latest bull. Run this excitement again so on one is there any hesitancy on the on the part of the mainstream media their little. Wary that okay. Is this just another bubble. Are they kind of scared to lean into it of a skeptical or are they excited about it like like we are. I am so that there was talk last week. Sorry i'm not sure his co. out but there was talk of how it's not as knowing it's not as noisy and bitcoin eighteen k and even just as we speak right now. Nineteen a It's been quieter like quieter than than before Perhaps the all time high had Had already been nineteen case. It's not like new news so probably a waiting until like we're all waiting until it hits twenty k. And then anything else. The twenty k. Will be like the old time high right. Because that's we're at the way media works in you know. In general journalism is like image not new. It's like just you know it's it's not like a gonna make headlines yet I think this time round. I think from from the lot like from two thousand seventeen in early twenty eighteen it's the regulators that kind of Yeah they were kind of clamping down on ice ios. The in the us sc was like kind of clamping down on on on activity in this space. And i think that that added contributed to the negative stigma. That ice us in crypto had But i think like the company's the innovation in this space like the fact that they're still companies being built with the technology on the technology Shows that like it's a real industry is not just a bubble like it's that they're they're still companies that are building today So i think this time around. It's more of like. I think when we hit twenty k. That's when people will start paying more attention and Yeah i end this time round. It's because within the industry. We kind of know what this means but to the outsiders still they're kind of yet has hit twenty k. As i think they just let's hope let's hope that they don't realize a little longer so i could afford to buy bitcoin event. Let everyone on the party. But it's kinda crazy because you know like you mentioned to. Someone was teaching you all about it and i know when i first got into the industry. It's a lot to learn. And i wonder you know as someone who's trying to pr for a specific project company. I it has to know what laura blockchain and then they have to know what. Bitcoin is and then because before even trying to sell your product. Your product is predicated on the success and instability of this underlining new technology new concert new currency so when you're actually do pr for for a project. Or how important is it to know tied in attach. Bitcoin to in or any crypto. Like how hard is it to explain the technology or know you. Just tell cool story how this is going to make it like that. Yeah that's a really good question. And i think the knowledge gap because the nausea is wives with like newcomers encrypted but the knowledge gap is getting wider. The industry gets so like bitcoin is what like twelve years old now and i think yeah like going. It's very important to enter. The space right. Now is still early to still understand the basic so to actually still go back and read the bitcoin white paper any new a team member. That joins my team. I make them read the bitcoin whitepaper. There's also this other university called the university of recosia maybe University has a program to but they had this like introduction to digital currencies. Course like. I always encourage my team to do that too. I think it's very important when you're communicating What your company does like. Especially even this year with defy exploding. There's a whole other level of complexity to even talk about decentralization. You need to go back to the basics But then there's the other argument where like soon. We want these applications to be easy like these web three point applications to be as easy as web two ones but at and just like how. Today we don't need to know what goes on behind google and internet like we don't need to know the basics. I think with crypto. They're still Like fundamental points like the fact that it is decentralized the fact that when you own your on a cold storage while like what that means how you store that like there is more responsibility for the holder of cryptocurrency. 'cause it's not like you know it's not like he can like i know this coin base where you know they have your password and everything off my possible but you know people still need to know that if you have like a cold storage wallet your or bitcoin it and you forget your password or you. Forget your pin. There is no bank. there is no one that can help retrieve that for you. Like new are responsible for that. I think we need to still remind people that like. That's how you interact with crypto today.

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Post-Pandemic Cities Might Actually Want Airbnb Around

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

03:58 min | 1 year ago

Post-Pandemic Cities Might Actually Want Airbnb Around

"Has been a roller coaster year for a lot of businesses. Few more nausea inducing than airbnb. The company saw an eighty percent drop in business. Last spring is the pandemic hit. It laid off a quarter of its employees raised. Two billion dollars in private funding hurried the heck up and introduced online experiences like virtual cooking classes to try to make any money at all but by december airbnb had recovered enough for a blockbuster. Ipo and a profitable third quarter now. The companies facing the return of its core business plus. It's pre existing challenges like being blamed for housing shortages and new ones like whether to house rioters planning to storm the us capitol. Brian jesse is the ceo of airbnb in the wake of the january. Six insurrection in washington. Dc thought occurred to us and the thought was. Where are these people staying. And the next thought occurred us weight. People are gonna come back to dc and we said we're going to cancel all reservations for the weekend gration dc. That i think we learned the lesson a longtime ago that we have to take more responsibility because our product is in the real world and that's led to us having agreements with more than thousand cities around the world. I want to ask you about that. Actually because that is been that was sort of the other bubbling thing with airbnb. Is this relationship with cities and weather. Airbnb is partly to blame for the lack of affordable rentals as you sort of prepare for that part of the business to come back in force. How view rethought your relationships with cities and housing. I think kobe allowed everyone to take a breather. Think we got a bit of a reset and the relationship with some cities city started approaching us. Some actually said they wanted to get more demand because they said we have major budget shortfalls. Now we have major tourism shortfalls. So you think it's the kind of reset where cities were like. Oh we need you as opposed to you erin. Pnb have to do more to deal with the question of how things play. maybe not. They need us but they say oh. Maybe we can work together. I feel very optimistic about our ability. Have great relationships to cities. And i think the other thing that's going to happen travel. People aren't just going to travel the same fifty cities anymore. And that has had a way of redistributing travel to more communities because primarily. A lot of the conflicts are too many people one place at the same time. You've also said that you think this idea of digital nomads could be big people booking longer term stays do you think that could improve relationships with cities and neighborhoods too because people are not coming and going so quickly. Yeah i mean. I think the other trend is our businesses becoming less transient monthly. Rentals is one of the fastest growing parts of our business. But but i think the other shift is stays are going to be longer. And i think there's going to be this blurring of the line between traveling and living. It means that people a lot of people saying that they don't live anyone place anymore or they used to be. You live on place and you go one or two nights for a business meeting and like one or two weeks vacation now a world where you work from home means the world you can work from any home and so i think you're seeing people where i think i think three day weekends. We'll be every weekend for a lot of people. i think. Some people will take five day weekends. I think significantly more people will live in a different house over the summer than the house. They currently live in where they use in the same house. I think it'd be very normal for people to go to a different house for the summer. I mean it just makes by the way total sense. Why one would do that. And if you could say well how do they ford it where they can rent their house and they're gone so you can net it out. So these are things are going to happen but you're going to also have people. They're just purely nomadic. Maybe not people families but retirees and an empty nesters or you know young people single people people who like can move. I mean i always had a dream of like what. If i could go to like you know a different city every month in live there. This would be super interesting. Think about all the people you would meet all the connections you'd have By the way in this new world you can still stay connected. All the people used to know. So i think this is where travelers going. Travelling living blurring together

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"nausea" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"nausea" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Coagulants and the formula is, it's incredibly powerful against intestinal infections. Like the corona bars or, like any fires. There's a whole bunch of Gastrointestinal viruses. Like the norovirus. On, you know, you get decent college dormitories at center. But the Corona virus is one of them. And the other viruses cause what we call 24 hour flu. You know where the vomiting the nausea to tire air, the stomach cramps. I mean, you don't want that in a cruise ship. Lacto sport is really functional against preventing viral infections in the intestines. I mean, I've done about 20 studies and kids for gastroenteritis. And infections in the intestines. And college. It's a great great but the crone of arses another virus that really affects the intestines, But it can affect it for a long time for weeks, and some people munch So you want the lactose poor right now? And in his like the Bacillus Room, No CeCe and Lactobacillus plan Tarom. They're actually getting re name now, but it's a similar name. They are great for allergies. They're great for the immune system. But the king of the probiotic bacteria for the immune system is by feet a bacterium, animal isthe sub species like this. It's a powerhouse to restore immune system for When.

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"nausea" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"nausea" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Shortness of breath fatigue M. who doesn't feel fatigue muscle or body aches headache new loss of smell or taste sore throat congestion a runny nose and nausea or vomiting people experiencing even mild illness according to the CDC are advised to contact their health provider I'm not saying that freak you out I'm saying that because as the list of symptoms grows what isn't a symptom I think that's what we should start doing what ours not symptoms of cove in nineteen but seriously V. the fact that doctor Wilde says you've got to just keep a line of communication open with your doctor I'm sure if you're gonna know if your running nose you know I need you to run out and go get zyrtec or if you need to call your doctor but still I just this list just grows and it what do you do with that yes the health director has defended a mandatory mask order as supervisors and protesters pushed for a time line Dr Clayton shall says from a medical standpoint he can't be careless we don't know what the effects of the protests half on ours we will know this coming weekend right and then before that we're going to open their economy again and bring people more into the community yes this weekend would be basically two weeks since we saw the big majority of protest here in southern California supervisors said yesterday the county's code nineteen rates have stayed low and a mandatory mask order may not be necessary however county officials also say many people have been contacted the borders the in support of the mask order the former health officer resigned Monday after threats about that mask order the World Health Organization says the cobit nineteen pandemic is getting better in some countries but getting worse around the world most people globally are still susceptible to infection we continue to urge active surveillance to ensure the virus does not rebound the W. H. O. DOT director general Dr get brace CIOS says about a hundred thirty six thousand cases were reported Monday it was the highest global daily tell a total so far now some of them National Guard members who were deployed to help the protesters in Washington DC they have tested positive for cove in nineteen the DC National Guard won't release the exact number but some guard troops were protective equipment at the protest but most didn't seem to wear masks or maintain social distancing now the U. S. army secretary says he's willing to consider renaming bases bearing the names of Confederate generals it's been cold for the past like after the shooting in Charleston in twenty fifteen but this week a retired army general and former CIA director David Petraeus put out an op ed in favor of the renaming now he says it doesn't make sense for soldiers to train it bases name for those who took up arms against the U. S. and in the name of slavery but she is also says some of those Confederate generals like brag and banning or poor military leaders anyway we're gonna talk more about this with A. B. C.'s Elizabeth McLaughlin coming up at five fifty the U. S. navy's head of operations has directed staff to ban displays of the Confederate battle flag in all public spaces and work areas the ban would include flags on clothing and bumper stickers on cars and NASCAR's only full time African American driver says he wants the Confederate battle flags banned from races bubble Wallace says he wasn't always offended by the flag but he's been learning more about what it signifies for certain people he says no one should feel uncomfortable at a NASCAR race the stars and bars flag was frequently used in the early NASCAR history NASCAR responded to the recent shooting in Charleston in twenty fifteen by asking but not ordering fans to stop waving the flags all right we come back we're gonna talk tech but not with K. delays rich tomorrow he's got a week off good for him I only get to spend some time with the family but I still have a really cool technology story for you never have we been talking about people staying home and getting the quarantine fifteen like the freshman fifteen you put on your quarantine fifteen well I think that there's a way our furry friends who also where risk of the quarantine fifteen because let's be honest you go to the fridge you feed you adorable dog comes up behind you gives you the treat stare you have no power over the treat stare and somehow they get a treat right well now our furry friends may not have to worry about the quarantine fifteen thanks to this new technology.

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"nausea" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"nausea" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"At about I'm not sure this time and I've been having really bad bouts of nausea lately and I don't know what it is I think it's a nurse or something but I take Emma troll and if it was ever taken like this cherry it's this cherry step the take it gets read not just just like don't you ever get nausea two things I recommend a drug called on dancer tron sounds like a transformer and the other one is Emma trouble just because not just sucks I hate so I wake up at five AM baton Rouge going on keeping me awake and so I I went into the bathroom to be any Naija music medication in the trial I sort of the mirror with that I feel awful Sir you ever done that we like we'll give them a lot a look awful view that's what it was I was just looking right right the mayor at and and I and I heard something it was like a gravel again you think the cats right Kathy downstairs they're playing to the fighting so it was almost like a dream I went downstairs to check and the sound of of this growling was faint and then some like somebody was in pain and so immediately I thought to myself wait a minute with all the homeless neighbors across the way we got a little tense city right next door to us and so I figured you know maybe somebody's been attacked they're outside they're in pain so I cautiously stepped outside the door of my apartment in my shorts you know that my shorts I No shoes bare skin standing out my gym shorts shirt was looking at the ten city and waiting for an indication of someone it may be in trouble well I thought to myself well if it if the sound is it ever plays again I'm just gonna turn my phone on record because you know I'm not going to be telling a tall tale without having any proofs I sat there and sat there and said nothing nothing of course so it's going back to step into my apartment and all the sudden I heard it again I heard the words wake up get out of your house now now at first you know it was just a bunch of growling in strange ways but then I heard wake up get out of your house now I have a recorded on the plate for you now it is just listen carefully it may be hard to hear turn up your radio a little bit you'll be able to hear it it's the voice of some man saying wake up get out of the house now listen to this uhhuh uhhuh uhhuh it was wake up get out of the house now there's some other things I just couldn't get the sound of the get out because of course background noise is loud and it was very faint but you can listen if you listen really close to you your wake up get.

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"nausea" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"nausea" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"You rebound from those because I think you are you had a you know from my perspective you had a fairly good size us sotherly dip and then you had a pretty tremendous recovery yeah how did you orchestrate all that well first of all everybody at freighter was was unbelievable arm died the care that I was given is second to none I mean if if that was the that was a huge part of it they understood what I was going through and like you said is out of surgery on it I was doing great got right up started walking I've talked I was walking the hallways of which depict hunt it was a little crazy but that's kind of how I've always been I've been I I've always been kind of a guy and delete stay in shape he try to eat right so coming into this I had a little advantage on with being somewhat in shape you had thirty seven years old and so that helped but it still hit me pretty hard right after surgery there I had some stomach problems I could keeping the food down and the nausea medicine wasn't working and you guys devised a plan for me to come in and get fluids every morning and the nurse that helped me she was just just the St and that got me through it took I think about three or four weeks of that and I started building back up start coming back and once I felt my feet up underneath me and that's all it took and I was I was off and running you know well so that was so thrilled you're doing so well right now thank you Dr yeah and thanks for coming on the show today thank you for all of you thanks to all of you really a great session on the word on medicine will be right back sometimes.

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"nausea" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"nausea" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Who's your tax guy and welcome back to coast to coast back with your phone calls this hour with them when we Skillman as well what would be the most serious health of fact very very bad EMF of fact let's say from five G. what do you think the worst could happen I think they they are dizziness I think the very nausea headaches and hearing a that's it well because it starts to be cumulative we don't know enough about it no the long term health effects that's why this is so scary yeah I need to speak up a little longer if you can we don't know the long term health effects that's why so scary since this is been not going on there is their ongoing research into this area not the kind of research that we need to show the biological hazards the problem with our current regulations this is their established for other types of radiation that are that are ionizing which show a thermal heating and there's not a heating affects my non ionizing radiation such as you're getting from five to your forty the interesting when we get to add to our calls and the C. U. if people are in favor five G. or not if they want to see this you know if they think the increase in technology is worth the trade out for these health matters I guess the biggest problem is you can't directly pinpoint the issue as a medical problem and say yeah it's five G. that's what did it even though we can think that it's it's not cut and dry is it now because these are symptoms they can be attributed to other problems that you have to connect the dots okay let's go to Tom in Lecanto Florida welcome to the program hi Tom go ahead.

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"nausea" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

08:08 min | 3 years ago

"nausea" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"I mean one of them said, I guess it could happen. I don't know because I've not really seen it. But I'm gonna say it's not likely so there you go. And if you're in doubt, then just don't give the rice. Don't give the right. She got a whole list of fantastic food there that you can feed them just. Oh mitt, the carbs, the bread, and they'll be good shape. All that's yet leave them to forage for their own food so they can survive. They go. That's my docs. Did you even know it was going to be? Coming up today, blindsided by ducks. And since I was joking at Buckingham Palace and weddings. And ducks, I lived in Korea, you buy wooden ducks, and the co wedding ducks and they're good luck nearby. Pair of them. Did you know that? I wonder why mine are you bought? Oh, I might have too much in the garage. The wedding ducks that wouldn't that carved. It's a Korean tradition that you give couples wedding ducks is good. Good luck of never seen them ever in all the years lovely really lovely. Get them in all sizes, you go see how tight and the ducks or the wedding. With my, my, my living in Korea. Yes. All monitoring stories or believe it or not, my friends. Do believe we come to the end of the show. I think I covered everything. Oh, you know what? No. There is one more thing. I want to cover a few more minutes. Remember, if I even covered it a few weeks ago because it just been will interrupt here. I think I may have done, but I think it's information worth sharing all over again. Many pats get sick from cancer treatments motion sickness traveling and some foods make him sick as well. So what do you do to actually help them settle their stomachs? And it is important that, you know, if you if you see this, if you see particularly not want to touch their food address, immediately, if they do it twice, you know, something's not right here, and you do want to address it always go to your that never never waste the time, you know that precious, not by not going and, and go, well, I'll see what happens because a lot can happen that you can't control. But here's a couple of things that you can do for natural remedies and probably something you've got at home anyway. So natural nausea remedy. When it comes to herbs is using ginger permanent camel, you going to use fresh ground. It'll be a quarter of a teaspoon per ten pounds of dog, and you make a cool T out of it. And you would give quarterback. Cut per ten pounds and. There's also an an oral all that. You can you can buy as well, and basically, it's one drop per twenty five pounds and he can also diffuse it with some lemon. So that's a natural one Jinja. I've definitely chewed on a piece of ginger felt sick. So that's a really good one. There's one for spices. And that's cumin cinnamon fennel, and you would do a sixteenth of teaspoons tiny tiny pinch per twenty pounds of body weight. And you would put on food, and mix in well, so that's the spice is one elect to help with nausea is another one. This is called peppermint. Not on the list. Anorexia annihilates a this is Dr Beck is, by the way, and you can do this syringe, or you can serve as food you gonna take a gallon of bone broth to tablespoons of fennel powder to tablespoons of cumin powder and one tablespoon ginger powder. And you mix that up and you cannot you make into ice cubes. And then you would serve by syringe all as a food and probably the, the one probably quarter of a Cup and again, it will settle down those terrible. Feelings of nausea. And of course, there are some additional treatments that you can do. And one of them is acupuncture, helps B six is another one and you would give one milligram per pound. Bodyweight and CBD. Oh, the golden child of everything is CBD CBD oil. And that's will milligram per ten pounds of weight. Start off with and you would give that to two times daily that would really, really aid in taking down that horrible feeling of nausea. It's terrible. You feel horrible. Oh, it's no good. And that you more than likely have most of this stuff at home in your fridge, and I thought they were really, really great. Remedies. Having nausea doesn't mean that he is throwing by the they feel sick and those remedies will quiet while the, the volition center, reduces that that nausea trigger would use his GI upsets. And you know you can. You can make these into tease mix into food. You can defuse the oils, and we talked about earlier. So make sure you know you don't over to animal folks, that's what you need to be looking at. And as I say, this is something that's in your home in probably would work for you as well. But yeah ginger. It's a great. It's a great route to us. Well, I think one of your favorite routes. I love ginger. Oh my gosh. Do I love ginger I used to have this is to pick it up from Chinatown, this Macha green tea with Jinja and it was. But I love like ginger apple and carrot together you choose delicious, just delicious. Well, I'm not delicious note. We've made it to the end of this show, I to do a quick. Thank you. Shoutout. To the lovely people over at humanitarian and I was interviewed by Dr. Bessinger of humanitarian and Humira day are a probiotic company for pets and people. I met them a few weeks ago in Kansas City, and that's going to be a topic that we're going to talk about is the importance of pre and probiotics in your pets. Nutrition makeup. And again, what's a good one. What's one that's made? Well, what's one that's affected. What's one that's going to absorb into the actual intestine itself and, and give those benefits and that'll be a really interesting topic, too. So we wait through all the mud to find you the correct information with the recommendations of the very, very end of it, so that you can with confidence apply these things to your pets nutrition. So big, thank you, again, to Dr Basinger of humanitarian, and you can find them on social media. I think he's say humor in health. If I'm not wrong, if you set you Marian, you'll find a big, big to Christina who set the whole thing up, okay? Remember, you can help an animal in need at a rescue adopt. Donate volunteer OSHA. Their information rescue. Your next family member replace the word shop with adopt and be kind to all animals. Thank you, Jim. For running the show for me again. Thought it was a good show, lots and lots of information for everyone, lots of takeaways and thank you to you the listeners because without you we'd like paramedics without without let's. And today, you've been listening to rub. Doug radio is all about pets. People in pop culture. I'm your host Sam, the Queen of rock and roll dogs, and always keeps your pets. Good morning and good night. And I will see you next time..

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"nausea" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:50 min | 3 years ago

"nausea" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Hearts because February is American heart month. It's Bill leff. It's Wendy Snyder. And in the studio with us right now is doctors Neil power. Yes. That's right. I practiced a bunch of times, and then I usually screwed. I'd be great Wendy era with advocate health advocate, health dot com. And the reason we want to talk to you is I have I like cruising the internet and looking at stories, and I'm a bit of a hypochondriac. So I like looking at health stories I've seen a lot of women that say, I'll weirdest thing I had a heart attack and didn't even know it. Now, we all typically hear about these signs and symptoms of a heart attack. It's this crushing chest pain. But that's typically for men and not for women. Is that correct? Yeah. I think that that's absolutely correct. When it comes to cardiovascular disease, schemic disease, heart attacks, we have typical symptoms and atypical symptoms, certainly the typical symptoms are what you just described pressure in the test exciting, really bad though. Right. Very severe sitting on your somebody's sitting on your test. The typical thing is, you know, like a elephant is on your chest or very severe like a band across the chest, typically extending to the jar on the left arm. These are the typical symptoms people associated with a heart attack. And you know, they're more commonly common to occur in males and females. What we've learned is that women tend to present differently women for whatever reason always gotta to be difficult. And so. Difficult. Inside. The symptoms that we we oftentimes hear about our that we call the atypical symptoms that are more common in women than men. Are those of nausea diaphragm, just basically climbing sweating as you can be short of breath generalized fatigue, but really that nausea that sort of upset stomach that just won't go away. Oftentimes, like, an indigestion type symptom, those are the symptoms that we hear a lot of the times coming from women who then ultimately are diagnosed with heart attack. And so what my advice would be as if you have those types of symptoms. Don't ignore them. Don't necessarily dismiss them have them looked into either talk to your primary establish care with cardiologists or if it's really severe and persistent, find yourself to find your way to York, but you mentioned like the sweating fatigue. You're describing menopause. Do a little accent. And it made it so it makes it very confusing and sometimes very unclear and that's why you know, ultimately, this all begins even before those symptoms. Start, you know, establishing your relationship with a primary care physician getting in with your primary perhaps establishing care where the cardiologist, unfortunately, so many people had their first visit their first time they're seeing doctors in the emergency room. You know, that's that's a failure on our part on every level because we're so much more focused now on the prevention aspect getting people into the hospital into the into the clinic following with their with their doctor. So we have an overall idea of your your risk profile. They can explain to you what your risk is of having heart disease and potentially begin doing some diagnostic testing that can help further stratified or understand what that risk is. And maybe even implement some some therapies that can reduce that risk. And then at that same time, your primary care, doctor or cardiologists can advise you. You look you're at high risk of, you know, strong family history. You're smoker you have diabetes if you do develop these symptoms. Don't don't ignore them. Take them seriously, and they may not be typical symptoms. So they can give you sort of cues when to look out for what to look for how high is your risk rather than just, you know, you're going through menopause, and that makes it very challenging a couple of months ago. A guy play tennis with had a heart attack a really bad one. And his story was that he was having a pain right in the very center of whereas heart would be his girlfriend convinced him he needed to go in right away because going to give it one more day. She goes no now you went into the hospital to have it looked at and had a heart attack in the hospital. They told him if he was in the hospital at the time he'd be dead. The problem is as soon as he told me this. I'd get a pain in the same place. Every once in a while I've had it nonstop since. He told me that story. Really? Yeah. I do I do something about that. I would say find your way to see a doctor. I don't think that you necessarily need to run to an emergency room that symptoms really. Accelerates becomes what we call unstable. Meaning it's getting worse than occurring with less activity and more frequently, but I would say hopefully, you have a primary care doctor. Okay. So I would bring that to his attention may be as easy as getting a stress test. And if that's negative you can somewhat reassure you that everything looks okay now, a normal stress test doesn't make you mean you can't ever have a heart attack writing. That's another important thing to realize, but at least it can help determine that the symptoms. You're having aren't related. All right court, husky MacBeth two years ago. I had a stress test for something, and they gave me flying colors that was two years ago two years ago. So a lot could change. Absolutely. And it depends a lot on risk factors. And I don't want to turn this into a clinic. Visit although I could make that you know, ask you a little bit about your risk back. But of course, if you're overweight, you have diabetes. You're a smoker and not very active that risk the, you know, the the the likelihood of you having developing disease. And a time of two years goes up. It could very well be reason I put my clothes back on. So there are signs you should be looking for like, I would imagine. If you have high blood pressure. Triglycerides, your cholesterol level and my family. It's hereditary. I mean, my brother gave up red meat and fish for a year. It hardly changed. That's something that can be hereditary. And then there are Stanton pills. You.

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"nausea" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"nausea" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"RIP had to nausea smithereens. Such a great, Dan. I saw them. I once episode so epic so good such an office saw. All right. So we got some quick five four yourself for some quick five. And now all of the news, you would probably miss data's quickfire. Guess what? It's officially scientific now. The journal of evolutionary biology said men who've got beards are more attractive than men who are claimed shaven. This is true. Researchers researchers asked more than eight thousand five hundred women to rate men on their attractiveness as a long term romantic partner. They love the beards. They said beards may be more attractive to women when considering long term short term relationships because they indicate a male ability to successfully competes socially with other males for resources, and it just looks better. I like face sweaters. They're great some dude. Look like, they're ten. Some did look too young. You know what I mean? Like that. There's some dude just they age slowly, and they still look baby-faced when they're like in their thirties. And it's just a weird you need a face water women don't like that. And if they do I don't know about that is weird to me anyway, but this is science, and you gotta believe science. Let's see here. This is. Ooh. I cannot. I mean, this is going to be just the best session ever. Cossio court has gotten to a closed-door fight with a veteran lawmaker over climate change. Yeah. They got into a big fight fight. A big fight broke out is a closed-door meeting of House Democrats over client climate change. And Alexandria Cossio court has who doesn't know how to pay for anything got into it with New Jersey route Frank Pallone. He's the incoming chairman of the energy and commerce committee. I cannot even imagine how that went. She fought with them. I cannot even imagine that had been amazing to watch. Because there. She's so silly. I can't anyway. And I had a.

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