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"one hundred forty nine pounds" Discussed on 710 WOR

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04:30 min | 1 year ago

"one hundred forty nine pounds" Discussed on 710 WOR

"There was a lot of irritation to the nerve unless good hearing. So we know from studies done over last hundred years actually for other diseases that if you divide up the dose into a few treatments you can help avoid the harm to healthy tissues. Well, that's what we did. Also by doing that. We avoided the unnecessary screws in the head gamma knife has a system that actually screws into the skull. And it's pretty painful, we stopped that system in nineteen ninety three so more than twenty three years ago, we stopped that system because it was so painful, and because we can only give one treatment with that system. With our system were able to hit the tumor noninvasive Lii in the brain is AKU. Stick neuroma. We treat other benign brain tumors, like meningioma 's Patou, itary tumors, bellsa, treat, brain cancers. So our system is totally noninvasive. There's no cutting no bleeding, no screws. No pins. No pain. No anesthesia and with excellent success. So he chose and she chose with him fraction radio surgery for the Houston Roma. He was treated this about three years ago now, and why am I talking about him today? Well, couple of reasons number one he just has new film showing his tumor shrunken in volume by about eighty percent still shrinking years later. His hearing is fine as faces fine. I should tell you the treatment was so let's say it easier. Good that during their stay they conceived their first baby who was born nine months after the acoustic neuroma was treated, and now that babies about three three and a half years old and the man. Man is doing great. His hearing is fine as tumors in remission the baby's fine. And the wife is fine. So they were excited to get this. Good news. And we're always happy to give good news. It's a sweetest part of everyday is to give good news to every patient. Whenever possible. I won't talk about a man who came to us these eighty seven he's a black man, and he had really minor treatment for his prostate cancer at one of the big hospitals in New York now as PSA's twenty that treatment didn't work he said a recurrence and his PSA is going up to twenty his sexual function as stopped his is no hormonal therapy. He weighs one hundred forty nine pounds. And he's five with seven. I examined him. He's generally pretty good health considering his Eddie seven years old, but his PSA is very high after inadequate therapy. And he came to us to get worked up by some that the head swelling of his legs, and we actually found the blood clot. He came back blood clots with the number two killer and cancer patients where he had a blood clot. And this is a man who came back to say, thank you for saving his life and generous of him his daughter also had a blood clot for another reason. She's well aware how dangerous blood clots can be so in this not only retreating him for his recurrent prostate cancer, which was in adequately treated elsewhere. Diagnosed him for the blood clot would hit seen multiple other doctors. No one else that diagnosed him we diagnosed him immediately and got them treated immediately for the blood clot. And I can tell you that he is so grateful. So he's grateful about the blood clot. He's grateful that we don't just treat cancer. We try to treat the whole patient, and he's grateful that we're giving them a second chance. He's eighty seven and he wants to live and he has loving family. And why not everyone should talk about a woman who's thirty eight years old she flew in from Mumbai India. Interesting woman. She is a thirty eight year old Indian woman, she's marriage. She's a fashion designer and about three years ago. She a mass in the breast the right breast at the twelve o'clock position. She went to the doctors in India, and they told her don't worry, it's nothing. And then the next year she saw Dr again, and he did nothing really sad. When patients come to us. We take actions totally different than later in the year two thousand fourteen fullness of the lateral portion of the breast over the first fullness in the upper part and finally shut an ultrasound and the cancer diagnosed about two and a half years later. She then came to New York she flew into the ark. And went to some of the biggest hospitals in New York. They wanted to do chemo and remove the breast and she refused. So she just took some hormones which only worked temporarily they worked awhile temporarily. But now, the cancers come referring back and she.

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"one hundred forty nine pounds" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

04:43 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred forty nine pounds" Discussed on 710 WOR

"The hearing nerve the eighth cranial nerve is responsible for hearing and balance. And when for example, gamut I've gives one big treatment. There was a lot of irritation to the nerve must good hearing. So we know from studies done over the last hundred years actually for other diseases than if you divide up the dose into a few treatments. You can help avoid the harm to healthy tissues. Well, that's what we did. Also by doing that. We avoided the unnecessary screws in the head gamma knife has a system that actually screws into the skull. And it's pretty painful, we stopped that system in nineteen ninety three so more than twenty three years ago, we stopped at system because it was so painful, and because we can only give one treatment with that system. With our system were able to hit the tumor noninvasive Lii in the brain is AKU. Stick neuroma. We treat other benign brain tumors, Teichmann Ngoma's and Patou itary tumors. Also, treat brain cancers. So our system is totally noninvasive. There's no cutting no bleeding though screws. No pins. No pain. No anesthesia and with excellent success. So he chose and she chose with him fraction radio surgery for the Houston Roma. He was treated this about three years ago now, and why am I talking about him today? Well, couple of reasons number one, he just has new film showing his tumor shrunken and volume by about eighty percent is still shrinking years later is hearing is fine as faces fine. I should tell you the treatment was so let's say it easy or good at during their stay they conceived their first baby who was born nine months after the acoustic neuroma was treated and now that babies about three three and a half years old and the. Man is doing great. His hearing is fine is tumors in remission the baby's fine. And the wife is fine. So they were excited to get this. Good news. And we're always happy to give good news. It's the sweetest part of every day is to give good news to every patient whenever possible. And we'll talk about a man who came to a Caesar eighty seven. He's a black man, and he had really minor treatment for his prostate cancer at one of the big hospitals in New York now as PSA's twenty that treatment didn't work he said a recurrence and his PSA has gone up to twenty his sexual function is stopped. His is had no hormonal therapy. He weighs one hundred forty nine pounds. He's five foot seven. I examined him. He's generally pretty good health considering his eighty seven years old, but his PSA is very high after inadequate therapy. And he came to us to get worked up. I sound they had swelling of his legs, and we actually found the blood clot. He came back blood clots are the number two killer and cancer patients where he had a blood clot. And this is a man who came back to say thank you for saving his life. And I was generous of him his daughter also had a blood clot for another reason. She's well aware how dangerous blood clots could be. So in this van not only are we treating him for his recurrent prostate cancer, which was in adequately treated elsewhere. He diagnosed him for the blood clot with hit seen multiple other doctors. No one else had diagnosed him. We diagnosed him immediately and got them treated immediately for the blood clot. And I can tell you that he is so grateful. So he's grateful about the blood clot. He's grateful that we don't just treat cancer. We try to treat the whole patient, and is grateful that we're giving them a second chance. He's eighty seven and he wants to live and he has loving family. And why not everyone should anyone talk about a woman who's thirty eight years old she flew in from Mumbai India. Interesting woman. When she is a thirty eight year old Indian woman, she's married. She's a fashion designer and about three years ago. She dropped a mass in the breast the right breast at the twelve o'clock position. She went to the doctors in India, and they told her don't worry, it's nothing. And then the next year she saw Dr again, and he did nothing really sad. When patients come to us. We take actions totally different than later in the year two thousand fourteen Chetta fullness of the lateral portion of the breast cover the first fullness in the upper part and finally shut an ultrasound and a cancer diagnosed about two and a half years later. She then came to New York, she flew into New York and went to some of the biggest hospitals in New York. They wanted to do chemo and remove the breast and she refused. So she just took some hormones, which only work temporarily they worked awhile temporarily. But now, the cancers come referring back and she wants treatment without chemo without surgery..

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"one hundred forty nine pounds" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred forty nine pounds" Discussed on 710 WOR

"The hearing nerve the eighth cranial nerve is responsible for hearing and balance, and when for example, gamma knife gives one big treatment. There was a lot of irritation to the nerve must good hearing. So we know from studies done over the last hundred years actually for other diseases that if you divide up the dose into a few treatments you can help avoid the harm to healthy tissues. Well, that's what we did. Also by doing that. We avoided the unnecessary screws in the head gamma knife has a system that actually screws into the skull. And it's pretty painful, we stopped that system in nineteen ninety three so more than twenty three years ago, we stopped that system because it was so painful, and because we can only give one treatment with that system with our system were able to. To hit the tumor noninvasive Lii in the brain. This acoustic neuroma we treat other benign brain tumors. Teichmann Ngoma's to a Terry tumors. Also, treat brain cancers. So our system is totally noninvasive. There's no cutting no bleeding, no screws. No pins. No pain. No anesthesia and with excellent success. So he chose and she chose with him fraction radio surgery for the cushioning Roma. He was treated this about three years ago now, and why am I talking about him today? Well, couple of reasons number one, he just has new film showing his tumors shrunken in volume by about eighty percent is still shrinking years later is hearing is fine as faces fine. I should tell you the treatment was so let's say it, easy or good that during their stay they conceived their first baby who was born nine months after the acoustic neuroma was treated and now that baby is about three three and a half years old. And the man is doing great. His hearing is fine is. Tumors in remission, the baby's fine. And the wife is fine. So they were excited to get this. Good news. And we're always happy to give good news. Odds sweetest part of everyday is to give good news. Whenever possible talking about a man who came to a sees eighty seven. He's a black man, and he had really minor treatment for his prostate cancer at one of the big hospitals in New York now as PSA's twenty that treatment didn't work he said a recurrence and his PSA has gone up to twenty his sexual function is stopped. His is had no hormonal therapy. He weighs one hundred forty nine pounds. He's five foot seven. I examined him. He's generally pretty good health considering his eighty seven years old, but his PSA is very high after inadequate therapy. And he came to us to get worked up by some that the had swelling of his legs, and we actually found the blood cloudy came back blood clots with the number two killer and cancer patients. Where he had a blood clot. And this is a man who came back to say, thank you for saving his life and blows generous of him his daughter also had a blood clot for another reason. She's well aware how dangerous blood clots could be so in this man, not only are we treating him for his recurrent prostate cancer, which was in adequately treated elsewhere Bowie. Diagnosed him for the blood clot would hit seen multiple other doctors. No one else had diagnosed him. We diagnosed him immediately and got them treated immediately for the blood clot. And I can tell you that he is so grateful. So he's grateful about the blood clot. He's grateful that we don't just treat cancer. We try to treat the whole patient, and is grateful that we're giving them a second chance. He's eighty seven and he wants to live and he has loving family. And why not everyone should talk about a woman who's thirty eight years old she flew in from Mumbai India. Interesting woman. She is a thirty eight year old Indian woman, she's marriage. She's a fashion designer and about three years ago. She a mass. In the breast the right breast at the twelve o'clock position. She went to the doctors in India, and they told her don't worry, it's nothing. And then the next year she saw Dr again, and he did nothing really sad. When patients come to us. We take actions totally different than later in the year. A fullness of the lateral portion of the breast cover the first fullness was in the upper part and finally shut an ultrasound and a cancer diagnosed about two and a half years later. She then came to New York, she fluid to the ark. And went to some of the biggest hospitals in New York. They wanted to do chemo and remove the breast and she refused. So she just took some hormones which only were temporarily they worked awhile temporarily. But now, the cancers come referring back and she.

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"one hundred forty nine pounds" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred forty nine pounds" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Earl Pitts was talking about this yesterday morning. That's right. Earl Pitts American which by the way, he runs about five a little before the five thirty news every morning on McConnell show. He's talking about the surplus of cheese, but it's not a joke. It's. He was making fun of it. But it's a massive surplus of cheese. Made in the United States has lowered prices in the market as more than a billion pounds. A billion pounds of cheese is setting in cold storage. NPR reported one point four billion pounds of cheese are sitting in inventory. And an increase in milk production and lower milk consumption rates. Instead of dumping the unnecessary milk. Producers were just turning it into cheese, which is now over saturated the market. Much of the cheese is processed versions like string cheese in pre sliced cheese. What has changed and changed fairly fairly noticeably and fairly recently is people are turning away from processed cheese. Apparently, it's also the case that we're seeing increased sales of kind of more exotic speciality European style cheese. Some of those are made in the US. But a lot of them aren't. Another reason for the large surpluses because European and specialty cheeses often costs more people are buying less cheese overall to save money. Adding a wrinkle to the problem is the fact that Americans are drinking far less milk than they used to. One hundred forty nine pounds per capita in two thousand seventeen. Which is a whole lot less. Apparently, you go back to like nineteen seventy five the average American would consume two hundred forty seven pounds of milk per year. So it's down to about one hundred pounds a person. Well. The American dairy coalition wrote an opinion piece for the Wisconsin state farmer this week and said US dairy farmers are in a crisis are milk price has dropped nearly forty percent over the last four years. Cheese exports from the US to Mexico were down more than ten percent annually and shipments to China have fallen almost sixty five percent annually, and if that's not bad enough, the industry faces onerous and costly dairy regulations as well as a shortage of workers. Making it hard to find a way every day to stay in business. What can we do with all that cheese? Right to the blind guy morning blind guide. Good morning, Steve. I heard a caller yesterday on another show should that cameras should be set up at the border and then put on the internet. So people can actually see what's going on. And that would convince a lot more people of the problem. We have down there. Now to answer. Lord. Rangers question about the two names that women have it started with the feminist movement when the radicals complain that their husbands name made them a slave or something like that. That's the reason why they do it. Now, I'm going to get married, and my fiance says she does want to keep her maiden name as a middle name because if somebody wants to look up her on the family tree, they can, you know, find aby Cryer. So that's the reason that women do that the more radical ones just outright hate men and don't want their their last name changed..

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"one hundred forty nine pounds" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred forty nine pounds" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"Of the captains at one hundred thirty three pounds is ranked number two in the country. And you know, again expectation is that Stefan would a national championship at one hundred forty one pounds. We've got a transfer out of state that you know. Oh, definitely definitely could get on that podium and. Just. I saw his first match at central Michigan. And he looked really really good. So I think he'll. Stores is just going to be a great addition to transfer from Ohio, Iowa State malic at one hundred forty nine pounds and other. My oldest son is an NCAA qualifiers almost took out. The number five seed the NCAA tournament triple overtime last year. Remember that's matches got in that round sixteen. Could definitely do damage this year at one hundred forty nine pounds. We have a returning all American analysis and tell you what one hundred fifty seven pounds. He definitely has an outside chance to win the whole thing as well. You know, he was fifth in the country last year. And then we have a hurt sixty five pounds. We have returning all American Logan Massa whose goals are definitely win a national championship. And then we have miles my son at one hundred seventy four pounds right number three in the country. And I would think that his goal is to win a national championship. And then we have. Just a phenomenal fab freshman at one hundred eighty four pounds. And he we're expecting great things happen again. We'll have to wait and see what we do at one hundred eighty four pounds one hundred ninety seven pounds. We have a returning starter. And then at heavyweight we're trying to decide we've got a couple. Heavyweight. We we may we may pull a wretched. We'll wait and see we'll see how things go. But overall the team looked solid. You know, I think on paper we might look better next year than we do this year. But I think some of these guys that are at these four returning all Americans are gonna show the type of leadership that could help this team have an outside chance at an opportunity to win the national championship. I mean, it's not the rank fifth in the country. So expectations are still high except for you know, again Penn State brings the majority of their team back to the defending champs, Ohio State, with the exception there heavyweight brings the majority of their team back. So there's a lot of depth around the country. And it's exciting to see what's happening in the big ten. Excite victim is a huge wrestling. It is conference. You know, you know, if you look at the top five teams most of the time for the top five in the country in the big ten that very much. You know, you got the SEC in the big ten football. You got pretty much the big ten in wrestling. Right. So it's gonna be tough shot at like you said John's been apart of Joe staff or while yet. So he knows what to expect. What to see in John's got great systems? He's got great leadership. He surrounds himself. Great coaches. And he is he's very poised as a coach. Unlike you, see some big ten coaches that kind of. You know? They tend to show a lot more emotion, Sean is very level headed, and he responds and the kids really respond really well to him.

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"one hundred forty nine pounds" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

11:25 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred forty nine pounds" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Say NewsTalk ninety six five. Okay. For chris. Here's is a is a recovering a little bit. Need some of that was it? Colostrum Colostrum two capsules twice or three times a day with liquorice root one capsule twice a day. And that that's what you wanna do. So I was going to have an intro with the hurricane Florence. And what words we had on that? Yes. Able to your catching breath. Slowly, I'm going easy on you. And I've only got one thing to say about that. Okay. 'cause here in Florida. You know, we get hit by hurricanes with some nauseating frequency up in the Carolinas. They're not all that used to it. Okay. And so and they're they're handling it. Well, you haven't heard him whine about it. They're doing what they're supposed to do there. A number of people that died in this largely because they they didn't get out of town when they were asked to so the main lesson here is that when we are asked to disappear it's best that we do so evacuate. If you need to evacuate, but only after you've properly evacuated right? Tell you to do for fun. Yeah. It's not gonna cut and so and then the last word on that because they were talking about this being caused by the good President Trump. Okay. Now when you think about it. Okay. Now, this is not that's a feed any conspiracy theories, but had Trump caused this hurricane. It would not have hit the Carolinas already hit New York. Or massachusetts. So in any event, so that should be proof enough that he did not cause that hurricane is. It didn't hit the right target. I also don't think he can control the weather either. Okay. But just the same. If you want to believe that he's he's got superhuman skills and whatnot. Then it would have hit New York. Yeah. All right. Let's head back to the phone lines. Here Marlene has been hanging out in lady lake Marlene the holding on for us. Thank you for enduring our talk here. Marlene welcome to the show. What's your question for Dr Klein? Yes. Thank you so much. I'm a senior citizen aged seventy three and I wait one hundred and forty nine pounds. And I have a problem with diabetes. My test results for two fifty seven glucose and nine point one AFC. I've been taking rep aside they recommend metformin. I I hadn't really been religiously taking the metformin because it was causing. Indigestion back. It's not going down at all. I I need help. Okay. First starters. Okay. You have to be not so religious about the way, you take these things, but you have to be very very regular and faithful to them. There's nothing religious about it the deal with clip. Besides the works best with metformin metformin, always causes nausea. It always causes some vomiting in individuals, and it will cost some diarrhea, and it's temporary. When that happens. It is a good thing because it means that your insulin level is dropping your blood sugar is dropping and you're a one c is dropping. They won't see is a trailing indicator takes ninety days for that to really show what you've done so in my practice. I follow a one sees but not very closely. I don't think they're all that valuable. I follow insulin glucose ratios or even just insulin by itself. So the first thing I would do would be to ask your doctor to get an insulin level as well as a blood sugar and then follow the insulin levels down. Those are insulin is a leading. Indicator with regards to controlling the diabetes. Typically, the metformin dosage starts off with five hundred twice a day. You go to three times a day. Then you go up to two thousand milligrams twice a day the sustained release tablets are handled just a little bit better. But this is where it gets interesting the thousand milligram ER, tablets are just a few pennies each but the five hundred's can be pricey to typically what I do is. I start people off on five hundred immediate release titrate those in and then switch them over to a sustained release thousand. Now, why do I wanna do that? Because I'm really interested in the patient's saving a bit of money. They give away metformin for free at Publix now in addition to this why do people develop diabetes, and you're going to go. Well, you know, gaining weight yada, yada. You're one hundred forty nine pounds. You didn't gain weight to do this. It's a it's a a problem with a protein called AMP K or a PK depending on which abbreviation they choose to use that particular article, and what this stuff does it's a it's like an energy generator. Within the cell when these things go wonky, it takes more insulin to push the blood sugar down or to push the sugar into the cell. So the body kicks up higher and higher levels of insulin just to maintain normal blood sugar. Then people do typically gain weight with it as you start fixing this particular protein, which is addressable by using clip aside by using metformin. But there are other things you can add to it. Okay. I typically use the Nadya vanity all sulfate and I'll use chromium Polly nicotine eight these two mineral deficient deficiencies in chromium and vanadium, Ken and will lead to diabetes. Your body doesn't have a deficiency. It doesn't have a deficiency of metformin. But it may very well have a deficiency of vanadium and chromium most doctors have never heard vantage NFL sulfate. But if they went back to their medical history books, they'd realize that vantage ill sulfate was the first diabetes medicine ever introduced, okay. They thought it was insulin. Mimetic in other words. It made insulin work better. But really what it does. It makes the cell work properly, the insulin does not have to be jacked up. There are other things you can take Ford Burberry marvelous stuff for lowering insulin blood sugar. Just it's great great stuff. What else can you take a Nossa tall in OSA will lower cholesterol? I used fet routinely tum anti-depressant, I use it for that routinely. But oddly enough who will also lower blood sugar. So there are a number of things that you haven't done taking these things on a regular basis is where it starts if it makes you nauseated suck it up. You're going to be okay. He get past that. And you're going to be all right. Why do people develop nausea from it? Why did they develop diabetes because the gut is actually controlled by a series of ganglion ganglion like little brains that begin in your neck, and then every so many feet. Okay. You'll have another one and another one and another one. So it will be the Stella gangly could be messing ganglion could be the Celia gangland could be the ganglion of empire. Who knows who cares? Okay. But these are the little areas that control the GI Motilal, there's no blood brain barrier there. So what happens when you start lowering insulin, the brain is handled it fairly, well, but these ganglia are very sensitive. You'll end up with a default setting, which is diarrhea. Okay. The body senses. Something wrong at purchase that is a safety mechanism, and you just have to work around those of you out there with diabetes this advice. Applies to you. If you're typically suffering from this problem, you have a weight issue. This is the point where weight starts to come off. So there's a happy ending to this one. If you follow through with it. But you gotta take the medicine regular doctor steered you in the right direction a little incompletely, but the direction was appropriate. So Marlene take your medicine. I think you're gonna like it at the end. All right. Let's head on its head over to Jupiter and talk with Denise welcome onto this show. Your question for Dr Klein. Dr Klein, so I am forty eight years old. I'm tired all the time. I have never been a really good sleeper. I wake up exhausted every single morning, regardless of how many hours I spend in bed. I have no no energy, especially when I'm exercising. I had a sleep study done. Just recently. I do not have sleep apnea, many different supplements as far as to help me sweet. Or to give me energy. Nothing is help. I tried thyroid. Even though my diary tests, come back normal. What did you take? And how much did you take? I don't remember exactly it's been a long time ago. But I did I even came inside you I drove up in a few years ago. The recommends is good. Oh, thank you. And so just nothing nothing helps I am just exhausted every single morning when I wake up all right? I know if you had any thoughts. Yeah. I got a got a couple more. Okay. Did you follow up on blood work to see where you went with? Actually, I have had blood work done. I haven't had anything just in the past year or so I am do for that in a couple of weeks. I'm going also, I when I had the sleep study on the doctor gave me Rosero. And. A month. And it's not doing anything. They won't. Okay. Now. Do you? Find yourself waking up or lightening up around three o'clock in the morning. It's not necessarily three o'clock. But apparently from my sleep study. And from my fitness that I can see that I awaken all throughout the night. Like many many times all throughout the night. Even if I'm not necessarily aware of it wake up, you won't be the hormone that keeps you asleep. Okay. It's not melatonin. Okay. So it's not a matter of going out looking for something to knock you out. What keeps your sleep cortisol? So cortisol cortisol levels have to hit a certain level to keep you asleep. If you don't see that you are not going to have a restful night's sleep. That's just the way that it goes restoring cortisol is sometimes a little bit of a challenge. It's not something happens quickly or easily but taking a sleep medication or an induction agent is not necessarily going to fix anything. Generally speaking, what does that make you forget the fact that you didn't sleep? So if you were given Ambien great example of of things that can go wrong. Okay. So can't get to bed can't get bent can't get to bed and you give somebody ambient. They will forget that. They were up all night. Okay. That's that's a problem because people do weird things on Ambien. Okay. They find themselves getting hit by golf clubs. It ends badly. Ambient is bad stuff. Rostrum isn't any better for this lucky benzodiazepines people use those all the time to help you arrest? What that does is it kinda sorta deepens the plane asleep? But it makes you so that you can't remember that you ever went to sleep my favorite. There's Alparslan okay to give people can lamb. They think they might have slept. But they still wake up feeling pretty crappy with you. I would probably be looking at using something that's gonna kick up cortisol or replacing the cortisol. So when you do get your blood recheck, what you need to be looking at is your cortisol level, depending upon the time of the day that you do it. It should be running somewhere between ten and fifteen if it's any lower than that, you can either go ahead and take coretec which is an easy thing to do is not very expensive. Okay. But the the timing of it can be kinda k I usually like people to start off by taking the court in the morning and afternoon, then you can kinda shift it a little bit towards the evening hours. If you. You start with the evening. Very frequently. It doesn't end real well for people because their sleep cycles are so disrupted if you want to you can check ACT h levels adrenal cortex, atropine hormone something that we check routinely now. So you can look at the ACT HD cortisol ratio. And you're going to know whether or not it's Petur Terry issue, you need to make sure that the thyroid isn't really going on in spite of the fact that you have normal thyroid studies, you're quite right hypothyroidism can can do this. And there's more than one cause of hypothyroidism. It's not all a matter of pituitary reaction to another have a high TSA ch-, therefore, I'm hypothyroid. In fact, I've got plenty of patients that come through with normal T three normal t four levels that have high TSA JR. So apparently, the Patou itary isn't as smart as it looks like it should be something is talking to the patient's health that isn't as easy as looking at a t three t four t h levels, but autoimmune thyroid is very very important..

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"one hundred forty nine pounds" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred forty nine pounds" Discussed on 710 WOR

"His stay in new york he had his treatment it changed his life he fell in love with this woman is girlfriend is john say now his wife had a child conceived here in new york right by radio surgery new york so lots of monumental moments to remember thanks to his decision to come here grateful that he had the trust and the knowledge to come here treatment of his interesting romo i'll talk about a man who's eighty seven he was born in jonah has recurrent prostate cancer he had really inadequate therapy was treated at one of the big hospitals in new york twenty years ago and his psa's been rising he had little treatment and the psa's rising it's risen up to twenty he said diminished sexual function which on some of the medicines they've given him his weight is one hundred forty nine pounds is five foot seven i examined him and his prostate is small but his cancerous and what's the purpose of the stephen with a purpose is really to try to cure him and i also saw him and he had bilateral leg swelling and as the regular listeners understand that blood clots with a number two killers of cancer patients and sure enough he had blood clots in his leg he was seen by his doctors seen by chemo doctors and surgeons and urologist and family doctors and he had two swollen legs he was kind of shocked that dr liederman than me i said well i think as you get better get checked out he said but all the other doctors saw i said it doesn't matter you know if you have a blood clot you could die from the blood clot and he got immediately we arranged for him to get an ultrasound which is a simple little task and sure enough yet or clot and he was treated immediately for that blood clot and luckily so because blow clubs can travel and go to the heart or lungs and be fatal this is a remarkable man he plays the saw the you know the solid you cut down the tree or a cut down would while he plays the son was unfairness television shows for the last forty years playing the sun it's really remarkable and he wondered if plying the saw which kind of fits between his legs was the cause of the blood clot on i reassured him that i don't believe that it was i think it's unrelated except possibly to the cancer people who have cancer have priests risk of blood clots biolog for a lot of reasons and luckily we're able to find his blood clot early before travel before it spread and before it harmed him terribly that's the work that we do we try to take care of the whole patient not just think about the little cancer and ignore the patient where we tried to think about the patient and related sequeira by that could harm a patient so he is happy he came to us he is happy to have his treatment with us and that's what we're doing for this very talented and famous musician and we'll talk about a woman who flew in from mumbai india she's thirty eight years old she's marriage is a fashion designer in october two thousand thirteen shed a mass in the breasts she went to the doctor and they told her odds nothing that was in india and then in february two thousand fourteen she saw physician again and nothing was done and then again in october two thousand fourteen shed more fullness in the right breast the size of a grape and finally she got an ultrasound and cancer was diagnosed and then she flew from india to new york and went to some of the biggest hospitals and doctors in some of the biggest hospitals recommended chemotherapy and surgery to remove the breast and she age preserve she was about thirty six then newly married just don't wanna lose the breast and go through chemotherapy and so they gave her hormonal therapy which worked for a few months and then went back to moon by india and then after a few more months the cancer started growing shit scans and.

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"one hundred forty nine pounds" Discussed on Superinvestors and the Art of Worldly Wisdom

Superinvestors and the Art of Worldly Wisdom

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred forty nine pounds" Discussed on Superinvestors and the Art of Worldly Wisdom

"I said i love the what roles does i don't see it very often people food it to me every night against he you know that thing you're writing about this guy is talking about the same kind of stuff it's really interesting and every time i read rows wilco just blown away the quality of his thinking and my body said when he comes to singapore we have dinner and i said well the next time he comes please involve me i'm happy to buy the dinner i really want to make this guy and and literally no more than two weeks later i get an email from around the blue and it turned it had nothing to do with this mutual friend of i spoken to i was working for for steep dago in singapore on we will raising money for agricultural fund wral had some questions about it and so we don't chatting over email and the next serendipitous thing that happened i was actually going to spain to speak at a family office conference a few weeks after that and i've been despite and since i was seventeen it was with my buddies on on one hundred forty nine pounds for two weeks full boat holiday and so i emailed around said this is going to we i'm coming to spain i'd love to buy you dinner and sit and chat and i'll tell you what i'll let you buy me dinner but in return you can stay at the house and we'll we'll make none of it so i think right so we we ended up sitting down in this tiny little fishing village in spine round the cell phone around analysts rimi and just talking about the world and you know has the conversation evolved through dinner and then rally sitting out in his terrorists until some ungodly hour on the moon in drinking red wine.

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"one hundred forty nine pounds" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred forty nine pounds" Discussed on 710 WOR

"For the roma who was treated this about three years ago now and why am i talking about him today well couple of reasons number one he just has new films showing his tumor shrunken and volume by about eighty percent is still shrinking years later his hearing is fine as faces fine as you tell you the treatment was so let's say it easier good that during their stay they conceived their first baby who was born nine months after the acoustic neuroma was treated and now that babies about three three and a half years old and the man is doing great his hearing is fine is tumors in remission the baby's fine and the wife is fine so they were excited to get this good news and we're always happy to give good news it's the sweetest part of every day is to give good news to every patient whenever possible i won't talk about a man who came to us these eighty seven he's a black man and he had really minor treatment for his prostate cancer at one of the big hospitals in new york now as psa's twenty that treatment didn't work he said a recurrence and his psa has gone up to twenty his sexual function is stopped his is no hormonal therapy ways one hundred forty nine pounds and he's five foot seven i examined him he's generally pretty good health considering his eighty seven years old but his psa is very high after inadequate therapy and he came to us to get worked up by some of the head swelling of his legs and we actually found the blood clot he came back blood clots are the number two killer and cancer patients where he had a blood clot and this is a man who came back to say thank you for saving his life and blows generous of him his daughter also had a blood clot for another reason she's well aware how dangerous blood clots could be so in this man not only are we treating him for his recurrent prostate cancer which was in adequately treated elsewhere diagnosed him for the blood clot with hit seen multiple other doctors no one.

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"one hundred forty nine pounds" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred forty nine pounds" Discussed on 710 WOR

"The houston roma he was treated this about three years ago now and why am i talking about him today well couple of reasons number one he just has new film showing his tumor shrunken and volume by about eighty percent is still shrinking years later is hearing is fine as faces fine i should tell you the treatment was so let's say it easier good at during their stay they conceived their first baby who was born nine months after the acoustic neuroma was treated and now that babies about three three and a half years old and the man is doing great his hearing is fine as tumors in remission the baby's fine and the wife is fine so they were excited to get this good news and we're always happy to give good news it's the sweetest part of every day is to give good news to every patient whenever possible i will talk about a man who came to a sees eighty seven he's a black man and he had really minor treatment for his prostate cancer one of the big hospitals in new york now as psa's twenty that treatment didn't work he said a recurrence and his psa has gone up to twenty his sexual function is stopped his is had no hormonal therapy he weighs one hundred forty nine pounds and he's five foot seven examined him he's generally pretty good health considering his eighty seven years old but his psa is very high after inadequate therapy and he came to us to get worked up by some of the had swelling of his legs.

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"one hundred forty nine pounds" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred forty nine pounds" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"The other the previous record hold a twenty eight year old tarantula in mexico what do you do figure out its age cut it in half and count it's rings what do you do i mean the ask it when it was born there scientists look for its purser ticket it's from kenya piss what i like this one didn't actually i've old age either got stung by wasp the fortythree wasp then that killed it live longer yeah these those particular spiders the trap door matriarch trap door spider they they're not a major threat to humans although their bite can cause pain and swelling i know listen the study also the study that they're doing now on the ages of spiders pat and you'll appreciate this we're going to give us a better understanding of how future stresses of climate change and new four stations could impact the species can we saw that's good right and the best world record hold this past month was the one thousand one hundred forty nine pound cinnamon roll the gourmet bake is now the guinness book of records the largest cinnamon button housing one hundred and forty nine pounds now it's more than double right i mean or a little under almost double the previously held record was six hundred nine oh wow so they bunched up big time on this one how long how long it take you to get through then who still actually i was still working last quarter.

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"one hundred forty nine pounds" Discussed on House of Carbs

House of Carbs

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred forty nine pounds" Discussed on House of Carbs

"Yeah let's talk are you ready always okay the first one this is a story from the state of oregon my neighbor to the north the headline is a med for medford breaks guinness world records the largest cinnamon roll at one thousand one hundred forty nine pounds harry and david wolfram in staff set out to break guinness world record tuesday april tenth twenty teen also knows national suman role day i didn't know and i wish i had because i love cinnamon roll i love sticky bun to nearly one hundred members were involved in the coordination efforts thirteen directly involved in the cooking process the previous record set in two thousand thirteen emission with six hundred nine pounds in medford shattered that goal with one hundred one thousand one hundred forty nine pounds guinness world record judge award of the staff of the plaque but there are still one final step three admitted into the book of world records all one thousand one hundred forty nine pounds in monroe must be completely consumed harring david will be having three to five three to five ounces of the cinnamon roll at the pair affair saturday on april fourteenth in all nations will go to charity okay so in the first place i saw medford i thought medford massachusetts because no offense to my great brethren in new england this has a very new england kind of feel to it with by the cinnabon the cinnamon roll i mean it's a pastry that really fits that knowing profile a real it really does it seem like the kind of saying like oh it's kinda cold stay inside but you know it's also kind of cold in oregon right now guess that's right on the wolfram is website they're sitting roles look really good like just.

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"one hundred forty nine pounds" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred forty nine pounds" Discussed on 710 WOR

"He had really minor treatment for his prostate cancer at one of the big hospitals in new york now as psa's twenty that treatment didn't work you said a recurrence and his psa has gone up to twenty is sexual function is stopped his is had no hormonal therapy he weighs one hundred forty nine pounds he's five foot seven i examined him he's generally pretty good health considering his eighty seven years old but his psa is very high after inadequate therapy and he came to us to get worked up by some of the head swelling of his legs and we actually found a blood clot he came back blood clots are the number two killer cancer patients where he had a blood clot and this is a man who came back to say thank you for saving his life and browse generous of him his daughter also had a blood clot for another reason and she's well aware how dangerous blood clots could be so in this man not only are we treating amphoras recurrent prostate cancer which was in adequately treated elsewhere or diagnosed him for the blood clot would hit seen multiple other doctors no one else had diagnosed him we diagnosed him immediately and got them treated immediately for the blood clot and i can tell you that he is so grateful so he's grateful about the blood clot he's grateful that we don't just treat cancer we try to treat the whole patient and is grateful that we're giving them a second chance he's eighty seven and he wants to live and he has loving family and why not everyone should anyone to talk about a woman who's thirty eight years old she flew in from mumbai india interesting woman she is a thirty eight year old indian woman she's married she's a fashion designer and about three years ago she developed a mass in the breast the right breast at the twelve o'clock position she went to the doctors in india and they told her don't worry it's nothing and then the next year she saw dr again and he did nothing really sad when patients come to us we take actions totally different than later in the year two thousand fourteen a fullness of the lateral portion of the breast cover.

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"one hundred forty nine pounds" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred forty nine pounds" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"For the cushitic roma he was treated this about three years ago now and why am i talking about madam today well couple reasons number one uh he just has new films showing his tumors shrunken in volume by about eighty percent it's still shrinking years later is hearing is fine it's faces fine i should tell you the table was so let's say it easier good that during their stay they conceived their first baby who was born nine months after the acoustic nonroma was treated and now that babies about three three and a half years old and the man is doing great his hearing is fine is tumors intermission the baby's fine and the wife is fine so they were excited to get this good news and we're always happy to give good news it's a sweetest part of everyday is to give good news to every patient whenever possible i'll take what a man who came to us sees eighty 70s black man and he had really minor treatment for his prostate cancer one of the big hospitals new york now is p essays twenty that treatment to work he said recurrence and his psa has gone up to twenty his sexual function as stopped his he's had no hormonal therapy he weighs one hundred forty nine pounds and he's five with seven i examined him he's generally pretty good health considering zeddy seven years old but his psa is very high after inadequate therapy and he came to us to get worked up by some that they had swelling of his legs and we actually found the blood claudie came back blunck lots of the number two killer and cancer patients where he had a blood clot and this is a man who came back to say thank you for saving his life and blows generous of him his daughter also at a blood clot for another reason than she's well aware how dangerous blood clots could be so in this man not only a retreating emperors recurrent prostate cancer which was in adequately treated elsewhere or he diagnosed him for the blood clot which he had seen multiple other doctors no one else.

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"one hundred forty nine pounds" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred forty nine pounds" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"And don bosco that it's grand view christian of demont against cultural bluff saint aubert of followed by shape mary's redemption and lynnville solely to rush ling northern iowa crowd a couple of individual champions at its inaugural appearance or the big 12 tournament this weekend tailored to one at one hundred seventy four pounds andrew foster at one eight 84 both number one seeds won championships and moved on to the ncaa title round also a qualifying for the iowa hawkish brandon sorensen at one hundred forty nine pounds he's the only hawkeye to make the championship round he did finish runnerup nine hawkeyes qualified for the ncaa tournament of four up iowa state jurate digging a redshirt freshmen at one hundred forty nine pounds of finished third he to move on to the ncaa tournament in parker chase straw dave a dane push tunnel and marcus harrington finished fourth through six cyclone lindell wiggins and made the all freshman team all big 12 basketball announced this weekend he done of injection and kamran lard all received honorable mention the cyclones faced taxes wednesday night in the opening round of the big 12 tournament in kansas city i'm buried often news radio 1040 forty who thanks gary van and bonnie in the morning here on who happy monday everybody and i had some guests over this weekend and we're all sit round the living room and they almost immediately started talking to alexa and i i didn't even introduced them and they're having a calm relating magno and uh so uh i got thinking about that night that well i wonder what she would have done if i would have been introduced them so i got siri i wonder i don't know if she'll do this hey siri i'd like to introduce you to bonnie lucas at five phone numbers for contacts name bonnie.

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"one hundred forty nine pounds" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred forty nine pounds" Discussed on KOMO

"For all of us here at dawn if you'd like to help don assist abused women we have some information at our website komonewscomfire lulu giraffe at the within park zoo just celebrated her six months birthday and as ground a little bit she was five nine when she was born in wait one hundred forty nine pounds today lulu weighs five hundred sixty six pounds and is between eight and a half and nine feet tall komo news time 640 now to the elliot very auto broker sports desk and bill schwartz and joked just in the just signed a deal with the golden state warriors set of sheets are only you camera it's been rare to see a pete carroll seahawks football team not in the playoffs we have to go back to two thousand eleven the last time seattle was not in the postseason tournament the odds are certainly stacked against them this year meeting winds of dallas this sunday and then home against arizona plus a lotta help after blowing his top the rams game linebacker bobby wagner has made peace with teammate earl thomas so and we are things i like the always do it and we move forward focused on make sure we finish this season off right you know we still have you know a lot out there left for sanaa you know we decided to get back on sale positive at the very mac and other linebacker k j right his cleared concussion protocol he is practicing college football's new early signing period continues through tomorrow the huskies land 18 school players from ten states the dogs could pick up another one tonight archbishop murphy running back keiler gordon reportedly will announce whether he staying close to home or going to play for the notre dame fighting irish cleveland indians who signed free agent and former mariners first baseman yonder alonzo a twoyear deal worth sixteen million dollars it was over time at mont lake last night as the washington husky women held off seattle you and basketball 84 seventy six big thursday night dog house all lined up for you tonight at seven on komo news among our guest is the chairman of the board of the fiesta bowl steve leach will hear washing it in penn state play in that ballgame december 30th right here in.

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"one hundred forty nine pounds" Discussed on talkRADIO

talkRADIO

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred forty nine pounds" Discussed on talkRADIO

"In other in the world of science meet you will need very distant relative that we found a seven species of great ape say this is another type of eighth has been discovered living in sumatra in indonesia it's kind of eight say at the type of iran ah tanks at their those are fantastic great serve orange pence will join color so gentle as just absolutely extraordinary looking and this one has e is still got that lovely solve for that has much is like looks like something from the from us from the '70s and '80s when what with ice cream players were in facet own kind of really weird a look at him and again a kind of a bit of attach all your beautiful look italy's be smiley face it reminds me a little bit of turns one of the most bunker might play it's a it's a riina in terms of kind of science in biology where we came from china is a great discovery and hasn't been it at discovery over type of 8 for about two hundred years liam stance eclipsing this is in all the papers dispute meekness that particular headline is dramatic exclamation mark can we seeing this on the seven the seven and a half thousand pound shot of rascal brought by million it turns out to be erected off so this is the chinese million ah he had have money to burn obviously paid seven thousand six hundred pounds for this dram of rare whisky it beacon we've bought it in a porsche through wished hotel then there was some sort of speculation about whether this with a bottle of mack mallon eighteen 78 scotch whether or not it was really the real deal and the bulldogs how tell emcee in some maria said vw agreed to put it three specialist lab tests to justice put them on their mind at risk and the discovered ashley works it was and modern band it was a fake being given a show the other day they're selling the show a whisky advent calendar and the cheapest wanted one hundred forty nine pounds 95 pence he hit 24 we drams of whisky one for except christmas the most expensive when they sell with 24 turning bores whisky.

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