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A highlight from Advanced Nutrition Strategies for Inflammation and Insulin Resistance
"Hello, and welcome to the Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition Podcast, the show designed to give you science -based solutions to improve your health and life. I'm Dr. David Jockers, doctor of natural medicine and creator of DrJockers .com, and I'm the host of this podcast. I'm here to tell you that your body was created to heal itself, and on this show, we focus on strategies you can apply today to heal and function at your best. Thanks for spending time with me, and let's go into the show. If you're struggling with stiff or aching joints, and you're tired of letting the cis -comfort steal the joy and freedom from your life, then I have a natural solution you're going to love. It's called Joint Support by Pure Health Research, and this stuff is amazing. It contains seven of Mother Nature's best superfoods for supporting comfortable, healthy, and flexible joints. It even promotes healthy cartilage growth, too. 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We talk all about the best advanced nutrition strategies to reduce inflammation and improve insulin sensitivity. There's a lot of things you can do if you are looking to lose weight, if you're looking to improve your blood sugar sensitivity. We know insulin resistance is at the root of all chronic inflammatory conditions, but there's a lot we can do from a nutrition perspective. We go through that in this interview. I talk a lot about intermittent fasting and how that helps improve mitochondrial function, helps improve blood sugar stability and turn on fat burning. We talk about how to improve your stomach acid, bile flow, pancreatic enzymes, so you can reduce the amount of endotoxins that are released from your gut and into your bloodstream that drive up inflammatory activity in your body. So this is a really powerful presentation showing you exactly what you need to do to stabilize your blood sugar, to burn fat for fuel and reduce inflammation. 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So thank you for doing that. Thank you for being a part of our community and let's go into the show. Hey everyone, welcome to the Reversing Type 2 Diabetes Summit. I'm your host, Dr. Beverly Yates, MD. It's my distinct privilege and honor to interview a wonderful colleague of mine, Dr. David Jockers. He's been a leader in many aspects of health and continues to help people have clarity about their health. One of the things that's so interesting as we do all the episodes here for the summit is I'm trying very consciously to give people different points of view and different aspects of what it takes for blood sugar success to be well. So with Dr. David Jockers, we're going to introduce him in just a moment here. He's a doctor of natural medicine and runs one of the most popular natural health websites online in drjockers .com and has gotten over a million views for monthly visitors and his work is really popular. It's been seen on shows like The Dr. Oz Show and Hallmark Home and Family. He's the author of the best -selling book, The Keto -Metabolic Breakthrough and also The Fasting Transformation. He's a world -renowned expert in the area of ketosis, fasting, brain health, inflammation and functional nutrition. He also hosts his popular Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition podcast. Be sure to look up his work, check out what that he's offering. Dr. Jockers, welcome to our summit. Thanks so much, Dr. Beverly. Great to be on with you. Yeah. You know, I've really been excited for our talk because I think that there are so many ways in which people can eat and nourish themselves and some things are certainly more helpful or successful when it comes to blood sugar control and glycemic regulations than others. So with that in mind, let's dig in right away here. So please, if you would share with us your perspective here, what is inflammation and how does it develop? Yeah. Inflammation is just a natural process of healing. In fact, it's actually designed to help protect our body from some sort of chronic systemic infection and so, well, not chronic infection, but some sort of systemic acute infection from killing us quickly. And so I think we look at the history of mankind. More people have died from infections that got into our bloodstreams, bloodstreams spread throughout our body, went into major vital organs and killed us is what used to kill most of our ancestors. And so our body has created this inflammatory process to help protect against that. So the infection that gets in doesn't get into our lungs and cause pneumonia or our nervous system and cause meningitis. And so in order to do that, we created this inflammatory process to keep basically infection under control. And it's also part of the healing process. We break down damaged tissue and we try to remove that in order to build new healthy tissue. So for example, if we sprain our ankle, we're going to break down that tissue and try to rebuild new healthy tissue in that area. So inflammation itself is life saving. The issue is that it should be turned off when the appropriate area is healed. And so in our society, we have certain vectors that are turning up inflammation. For example, one is called leaky gut, right? So when somebody has leaky gut, there's damage, micro damage to the intestinal lining. And every time that person's eating food, particularly food that causes more gut irritation, they are further tearing that gut lining and they're not really allowing their body to heal properly. And therefore, they're spewing out bacteria and endotoxins into their bloodstream through that lining, through that hole. And that's driving up inflammation in the body because the body thinks that it's under attack from some sort of systemic infection or some sort of basically infectious process that could be life threatening. And so we've got to do what we can to get inflammation under control in our society. And so I think about it like a fire in a fireplace. You know, if the fire is on in the fireplace, it's great. It warms the house. You know, it creates a great environment, an ambiance. However, when we dump gasoline on the fire, right now it spreads on the walls and starts to burn our home. And obviously that's when it's a major issue. And so in our society, we have lifestyle habits that are dumping gasoline on the fire and causing us to burn up our home. And we just don't really understand it. We don't realize that's actually what we're doing to our body. And then we later, you know, after doing this for years and years and years, we get diagnosed with the chronic disease. But this is many years of chronic inflammation, damaging cells, tissues and organ systems of our body leading to, you know, that disease diagnosis. Absolutely. Absolutely. Thank you for laying that out so clearly. You know, it's so interesting in clinical work, sometimes it comes up. People are like, this just happened to me overnight, thinking that their body has attacked them or betrayed them and that their diagnosis has come on all of a sudden when in reality, nope, this was years in the making. So thank you so much for pointing that out for us. So anyone listening to this, if you have an inflammatory problem, please know. It took time for it to develop and it will take some time for it to heal. The good news is, if healing is possible, that it's likely to be a lot faster compared to the silent onset process. It's like too bad. It would be great if our body, as we get more and more inflamed, gave us a sound or a noise or maybe we turned polka dotted or something so we can know that something's going on here, you know? Yeah, for sure. And many times people do have chronic symptoms that are giving them a warning sign. And we just ignore it in our society, right? It's kind of like a check engine light goes on in our car. Typically we know, okay, I need to bring this in and get it looked at. But in our society, if we have headaches, chronic headaches, if we have chronic gut pain, if we have chronic joint pain, if we have skin rashes, acne, eczema, if we are gaining weight and we try some lifestyle strategies and we're just not losing weight, if we're gaining weight and we can go on and on, in our society, oftentimes the first thing we do is we go right to some sort of medication or we try to just ignore it. It's like we just let the check engine light stay on or we take some duct tape and just kind of stick it over it and pretend that everything's okay with the car. And that's really what we're doing. We're not actually getting to the root cause. Exactly. So that brings me to my very next question for you, which is this. What are some of the root causes of inflammation and how can this be measured quantitatively with lab testing? So when we look at root causes of chronic inflammation, one, and this is what you're really addressing in this summit, is a diet and lifestyle that is not right, right? So high blood sugar and insulin resistance, primarily driven by the food that we're consuming and lack of exercise, right? Lack of movement, food that we're consuming, obviously stress plays a role. So high stress, poor sleep hygiene and poor sleep quality. Sleep quality is super important. We've got to make sure we're sleeping really well when we are sleeping, but also proper hygiene when it comes to sleep. That plays a big role with our sleep quality. For example, shift workers, they might sleep eight or nine hours, but because they're sleeping at the wrong hours that are not right with, you know, humans, natural circadian rhythm or we're supposed to be sleeping at night, they tend to have higher levels of blood sugar and insulin resistance compared to people that are sleeping the same amount of hours and working kind of a normal shift and then sleeping overnight. So those are major factors. And then beyond that, we have things like chronic infections. So we know that when we have different infections, whether it's a candida overgrowth in our gut, small intestinal bacterial overgrowth, H. pylori infections in our stomach, parasite infections, Lyme disease, things like that, that all drives up inflammatory processes in our body. Chronic overload of toxicity. All of us are exposed to chemicals in our air, water and food. So all of us have levels of toxicity coming into our system. But if our drainage and detoxification pathways are working properly, we should be eliminating a good amount of those and keeping our toxic bucket under control. And so we all have kind of like a toxic threshold. And so if we keep things under that threshold by keeping, you know, by limiting our exposure to toxins and then by allowing our body to detox and drain effectively, then, you know, that doesn't drive inflammation. However, if we're consuming lots of toxins from the food, we eat the air, we breathe the things we're putting on our skin, the water we're drinking, and then we're not doing things to help improve our lymphatic system, our liver, our gut, our kidneys. Right. We're not we're not peeing. You know, we should be urinating. Right. We should be peeing out toxins. We should be breathing them out. So respiration, perspiration, that's sweating, urination and defecation. Right. So we should be peeing, pooping, breathing. And sweating out these toxins. If we're not doing that, then our toxic load goes up, goes over that threshold, drives inflammation in the body. So toxicity is a big factor. You know, I mentioned stress. There can also be things like post -traumatic stress disorders. Right. So where somebody's had major trauma and their body never really recovered from that trauma and they're kind of reliving that trauma. Maybe somebody that was a war veteran or perhaps they were sexually abused or something along those lines. Right. They may relive those traumas on a regular basis, driving up inflammation in the body. So all of these things need to be addressed and and considered. Somebody might be living in a mold toxic house, right, breathing in mold and mycotoxins on a daily basis. They're trying to live a healthy lifestyle, but they're constantly overloading their their system with toxins. And so we've got to be able to look at all of those factors and make sure that we're addressing those to keep inflammation under control. Now, when we're measuring inflammation on labs, there's some easy labs that we can look at. You know, you can get done on blood work. For example, one of the most common is high sensitivity C reactive protein. CRP is a protein that our body, our immune system produces in response to inflammation. And, you know, so long as you don't get a false negative, like if you work out really intensely right before you get your blood test done, your CRP will be through the roof. That's actually a healthy level of inflammation, because after we exercise, we have inflammation to help our body heal and recover. So normally you want to not work out roughly 48 hours before getting the test done, ideally at least 24 hours. So you get the right measurement and your HSCRP should ideally be under one and really as close to zero as possible. And so typically it's not flag tie unless it's up over two or three, somewhere in that range. But anything over one is a sign that there's underlying inflammation there. And that's something that we definitely want to look at and address. So that's a big factor. You know, I know in this in this summit, I'm sure you've got people talking about things like hemoglobin A1C. We know hemoglobin A1C, that's a sign of the glycation process or basically when a sugar molecule binds to a major protein, like in this case, when it binds to hemoglobin, major protein that helps bring oxygen to the cells in the body and denatures the hemoglobin. And so it causes a sticky protein process. So we should have ideally like the optimal range really is is really under under 5 .2 on the hemoglobin, 5 .2 percent under. And so typically in our society, nothing is flagged until it's up over six, up over six percent. I like to keep mine under five, right? Between four point five and five. Some are in that range to make sure that my hemoglobin, my red blood cells have great capacity to bring oxygen to the cells so I can create the cellular energy I need to really thrive. So hemoglobin A1C is a really good marker. There's another one actually that you can test, too. It's it's it's called a novel marker for systemic inflammation. It's called GlycA, right? And so it's also a marker of glycosylation and again, a sugar molecule binding to proteins. In this case, GlycA looks at proteins particularly involved in the immune system. And so when that's elevated, I like to see it between one hundred and three hundred. Some are in that range, more closer to one hundred when it's up over three hundred. We know that's a sign of systemic inflammation. In fact, there are some individuals that will have normal HSCRP, but we'll see the GlycA elevated. And so that's a really good it's a novel marker. They've just been doing a number of studies on that, really starting just in the last five years. Very interesting marker. We know, for example, statin drugs will have a cholesterol lowering medications can have a mild anti -inflammatory effect that may bring CRP down, but they don't bring GlycA down. Whereas a lot of lifestyle strategies that you're talking about on the summit will help bring both of those markers down. And so that's a that's a really important thing to be looking at. Another key marker is LDH, lactate dehydrogenase, which is part of our natural energy, you know, our glycolysis and Krebs cycle. It's kind of a Krebs cycle glycolysis intermediary enzyme. And so when that's elevated, it's a sign that there's inflammation, particularly heart tissue related as well as liver. Right. Could be related to liver. And speaking of liver, liver enzymes are another really good marker. So when we're seeing liver enzymes like ALT, AST, GGT, when these when these are elevated up over roughly up over 25, that's a sign that there's inflammation affecting the liver cells. And then based on the ratios, for example, if ALT is real high, AST is kind of in the normal range, roughly 10 to 25 in that normal range. We know that inflammation is really affecting the liver when AST is high and ALT is more in the normal range or a lot lower than AST. We start thinking about that inflammation affecting muscle tissues or affecting the heart in particular. So that's a key marker for that. When GGT is real high up over 25 again and the AST and ALT are lower than the GGT, then we start thinking about biliary tree, gallbladder, bile ducts, that region. So it kind of helps us understand more of where that inflammation may be located. So these are just some of the markers. You know, if you get a good a good look, you know, you can also look at just a lipid panel, like where you're looking at your LDL, which is considered the bad cholesterol, your triglycerides, your HDL levels. We like to see the triglyceride to HDL ratio. If there was one thing I was going to look at on a lipid panel, I think all the markers can have some importance. We can get some good clinical data from all those markers. But if there was one marker I think is most important to look at, it would be the triglyceride to HDL ratio. So how many triglycerides, which are basically free fatty acids that our body can use as an energy source that are circulating in the bloodstream versus the high density lipoproteins, which are a carrier molecule that helps bring fats, lipids, all different types of molecules back to the liver from the cells. And so when we're looking at that ratio, we ideally should be under two. So under two parts triglyceride to HDL, roughly close to one. And that kind of close, as close to one as possible, one part triglyceride, one part HDL, like to see that triglyceride level certainly under a hundred. OK, and we look at that. That is a key marker for insulin resistance and inflammation. If your triglyceride to HDL ratio is up over two, if your HDL is under 50, you know, triglycerides are up over a hundred. You know, definitely a sign of insulin resistance and inflammation taking place in the body as long as the test is done fasting. Right. We always want to make sure with the lipid panel definitely can be affected if we eat a meal right before we we get that lab done. But that's a really key marker to look at and helps us understand how well our body's responding to getting nutrients into the cells. So when triglycerides are real high, we're not good at burning fat for fuel. We've got all these extra fats out in the cell or outside in the bloodstream. And those fats can become denatured and cause more reactive oxygen species and drive up oxidative stress and inflammation in the system. So all very important markers to be looking at. A lot of these tests are not expensive, but glyca is a little bit more pricey. But most of the other ones you can easily get from your physician. Just go in, ask for the high sensitivity, high sensitivity to your reactive protein, lipid panel, liver enzymes. Right. They'll run all of those. And then one other marker that we should look at as well as vitamin D levels are 25 hydroxy vitamin D. A lot of research out showing that levels on certainly under 30 nanograms per milliliter, where you're you're the lab will actually flag you as deficient, you know, linked with all cause mortality. So if you have levels under 30, you're all cause mortality, cancer, diabetes, heart disease, osteoporosis, neurodegenerative condition. We talk about any sort of chronic disease and then dying of anything goes up. Right. So it's really easy actually to bump that up. Ideally, we do it by getting in the sun. However, most of us just not getting enough sunshine. We may not be living in an area where the sun's going to impact us in a significant way to get the vitamin D if we're up. Let's say we live in Canada, we live in Maine, we live in these northern climates. It's going to be harder to get enough vitamin D from the sun. But if we are in a you know, even if we are in that location, like in the summer months, trying to get as much sun on as much of your body as possible. Obviously, you don't want to burn. But outside of that, trying to get the sunshine is key. Sun offers a lot more benefits than just a vitamin D supplement. However, taking a vitamin D supplement as well can be really helpful. I usually recommend about a thousand international units per twenty five pounds of body weight taken with meals you do at one or two doses, depending on how much of that you need. And that will definitely get your vitamin D levels up. You want to test every three to six months or so and kind of look at where you're at. Ideally, I like to see it up over 60 nanograms per milliliter, usually not concerned about overdosing. The research shows that as long as you keep it really under about 150 nanograms per milliliter, you won't deal with any sort of, you know, toxicity, vitamin D toxicity. It's really hard to get it up over 150, although it can be done if you're taking like 50 ,000 units every single day. So if you're taking roughly five, 10, 15 ,000 units every day, you're probably going to optimize your vitamin D and do really well. And so those would be some of the key labs I would definitely recommend. 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Navy SEALs training plagued by pervasive problems, according to investigation after death of sailor
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Caller: After Voting for Trump Twice, I Will Never Vote for Him Again
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"pneumonia" Discussed on Seek Outside Podcast
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Dr. Jeff Barke on the Tip of the Iceberg for the Vaccine Industry
"Let's talk about what we've learned in the last two months since Elon Musk took over at Twitter, the suppression of factual data by The White House by Fauci and others. Do you think this is the tip of the iceberg? What are the ramifications going to be for next time when we have a serious pandemic? Give us your response, doctor barkey. Well, it's not only the tip of the iceberg for COVID-19, but it's the tip of the iceberg for the entire vaccine industry. Now people are questioning all vaccines, whether it's the annual flu shot or routine childhood vaccines or shingles vaccine or pneumonia vaccine, et cetera. They scratch their head and they wonder, can they trust these companies to provide a safe and effective product? And the answer is probably not. We need to review all of these things. And under great skepticism, we should be reviewing the vaccine industry as a whole as some people are doing. So good for veritas for bringing this out and good for the CDC now having the courage to say, we have seen injury signals and we're going to start investigating.
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Sid Rosenberg: Please Say a Prayer for Bernard McGuirk
"You guys are great You and Bernard mcguirk and people know Bernard they know I'm from I miss They know him from TV and so forth and so on How long have you known Bernard While I start up in order to name this back in 2000 so we've been friends now mark for 22 years but the news on Bernard is not good for folks who do know who he is and enjoy his work he was on the factor for many years too Tuesday nights were quite gutfeld He's a very sick He's got cancer He has not worked now for a month with me in the mornings He had done pneumonia last week He had an appendicitis attack and his appendix Burks actually a couple of weeks ago So at this point he's very very sick Every radio show Mark Every TV show that I do every public appearance I make I ask everybody to please say a prayer for benign macro It's gotten that bad to be honest Mark So I haven't seen Bernie in 7 months He hasn't worked now in about a month So please if you're out there listening and you know Bernie McGuire like Martha van is saying please say a prayer he could use your plans and love a lot about now
Senator Rand Paul on Early COVID Treatments and the Vaccine Mindset
"Senator, can you talk a little bit about that about how for whatever reason this regime, the Biden administration is not allowing the distribution of monoclonal antibodies and it seems to for whatever reason, not want anyone to talk about early treatments early intervention when it comes to this virus. I think it's essentially this mindset just one size fits all. So everybody needs to be vaccinated with their at risk for this disease or not. And it's all vaccination and no early treatment. And here's the thing is this is a real disservice to people, 800,000 people have died, and they needed someone in charge of public health who had given them some good advice. So if you're at high risk for this, over 65 or overweight and you get this disease in your beginning to have a significant bronchitis or cough, you need to see your doctor because if they diagnose you with a pneumonia and if the COVID pneumonia, there are treatments. But early treatments. And there are a variety. Some accepted by the medical world some not so accepted, but there are treatments available. And I think it's wrong not to allow people that choice. I had a staff member who was on the ventilator for 9 days. Unfortunately, he survived. But even he didn't realize that the knowledge that you had to get this treatment before he got too sick. And so this is what every public service announcement should be saying is get early treatment. Instead Fauci says, oh, we need to give boosters to 15 year olds. And now we need to vaccinate your newborn before they leave the hospital. None of which works. The boosters don't stop transmission. And it is a crime against our youth for these colleges to be following Fauci and saying not only did we vaccinate it now they won't let you in without a booster. And now you're not allowed to take off your mask to even speak. It is crazy what they're doing to our
Dr. Steven Quay: The Silver Lining of Omicron Is That It's More Contagious but Less Lethal
"Doctor Akron It appears from the early data and I understand science evolves all the time I actually believe in the scientific method But it appears from the early data that aron may be less lethal although probably as contagious if not more those variables aren't necessarily correlated one to one there Is this potentially Is there a silver lining here in that you can catch this virus now You may have a lesser chance of dying than say other more lethal variants and you'll develop a sense of natural immunity and can not possibly be the first kind of breach into some sense of herd immunity where we can finally just start to live with this thing and not panic about every new variant Dan if you want a career in science call me up because that's exactly the summary of this particular virus It's amazingly infectious So it is now the number one virus in terms of the number of people you can in fact these will used to be the number one with about ten people per infective person But I mean I call it the sneeze heard around the world because it is so contagious that you can literally fill a room with a sneeze of it and in fact everybody restaurant in Norway where I believe one person dined before Christmas and there were a 170 cases from that one person in a Christmas party going on there But the absolute also good news is this virus really likes to live in the nose the back of the throat and it goes about four times faster than delta in that space It does not like the deep lungs where pneumonia where it gets into your bloodstream where the real bad acting is So it is absolutely a silver lining I think that this probably everyone may get this given where we are in terms of it being winter you're indoors a little more and it is so
AJ Poked COVID so It Poked Back
"I'm sure everybody out there knows about my situation, my COVID battle on April 14th, which then turned into pretty bad pneumonia. Intensive care, both lungs. Very, very tough fight. First couple of days, I mean, I know I've given you Facebook updates, but I might as well. Now that you're all here in one spot, first few days were rough, man. You know, I've poked COVID in the chest a lot. The last year, you know that I've talked a lot of shit about it. I said just live your lives. You know, keep clean, be healthy, but live your lives. And that's what I did. I must have taken 25, 26, not 25. 26 plane trips in the last year, I swear to God. And between Vegas and LA and Chicago, I had a ball. I lived it up. I lived life. And I prescribed to that. But somewhere along the line in that last trip, it got me. I'm not shocked it got me. I mean, you know, I think we're all gonna get it. It's one of those things we're all gonna get. It's what you do once you get it that matters. So I wasn't shocked I got it. I said, okay. I called Dr. Drew because I'm fancy like that. I have him on personal dial, and I just said, Dr. Drew, I just got, I just got positive COVID tests. What do I do? He says, well, you sound mild, you know, do this through that. Not much you can do. They don't give you any steroids there. They just tell you drinking liquids, take your zinc, C and D, which I do anyhow. And any other account of stuff you need for headache or cough, blah, blah, blah. That's what they send you home with. It's very weird when you go home and you kind of wait. I bought an oximeter which measures the amount of oxygen in your blood, and they say once it dips below 90. You should go to the hospital. And mine was a 95, 96. And then one day, 76. And I definitely felt sicker. There's no question about it. But I wasn't like coughing and hacking, and I just just hit me. So I said, oh man, got the fuck out the hotel. Went to the ER and the fun began. And since I was pumping COVID in the chest and showing it my teeth and giving it shit, giving the Chinese all the shit they deserve. I knew I was in for a battle.
More Children Die From Pneumonia Than COVID-19
"Has there ever been any evidence supporting young children getting vaccinated against COVID-19 Hell no You know you have had between three to 5 times more children that have died of pneumonia that have died of pneumonia Than have died of COVID-19 so in the last year reaction was going to be three to 5 times greater over the pneumonia pandemic that's out there The crisis would pneumonia with children You're not going to have justification of getting young children vaccinated Yet that's what's out there right And my point and using that example is it's all been made
8 Things That Children Are More Likely to Die From Than COVID-19
"8 things that children are more likely to die from than COVID. Cancer significantly. Almost 20 times more likely vehicle accident suicide homicide. Cardiovascular disease drowning flu and pneumonia. We live in a world with numerous threats. It's part of existence. And there's also a false promise in safetyism, too. There's a false promise and you see this in the people that are vaccinated, which has always been one of my complaints about the way that they've been pushing the vaccine is it gives people a false sense of security. And no one wants to talk about this. The false sense of security of someone who gets vaccinated, and then they believe they can resume regular life, and then all of a sudden they have a breakthrough case, and they don't know what to do. They thought they had the protection. They thought they had the same sort of protection that they would get from the measles mumps rubella or polio vaccine. And all of a sudden they get a breakthrough case and they get caught by surprise. Maybe they would have made different social decisions. Maybe they wouldn't have gone to big gatherings. Maybe they would have handled things differently. Maybe they would have prepared themselves with azithromycin Ivermectin hydroxyl chloroquine, monoclonal antibody treatment centers or aspirin. Instead, there is a false sense of security that comes in with the overemphasis of we as the government we as the CDC we as NA 8 NIH we as the medical industrial elite, we're going to protect you. And what it does is it erodes what it does is it diminishes its suppresses humans own responsibility to take ownership of their actions. It's a false sense of security. When in reality, our leader should have said, look, if you want to get this vaccine fine, we're going to be very honest about what it can do what it can't do. But also, if you get it, you better be ready to treat it. We're now 70% of all deaths in the United Kingdom are vaccinated people. Why? They had a false sense of
Why Do We Need to Be Vaccinating Children?
"Why do we need to be vaccinating children? Our children at a considerable risk of dying from the Fauci virus. Our children at a considerable risk, absent other daily activities, from dying from the virus. The CDC's own data, which has been published, shows that children one to four year olds per 100,000 deaths the most common death is drowning. At 2.8 per 100,000. Then vehicle accidents at 2.3 per 100,000. Homicide, 2.2 per 100,000. Cancer, two per 100,000. Cardiovascular disease, one death per 100,000. Flu and pneumonia, .8 deaths per 100,000. And that's annual deaths among children per 100,000. I'm not exactly sure how they tabulate this, but the numbers themselves of what actually that the most at risk for is very, very helpful. A child is four times more likely ages one to four to die from the Fauci virus to die from flu pneumonia than from the Fauci virus. Four times more likely. And that's the CDC's own data. .2 for COVID. How about children 5 to 14 years old? Is there a massive risk of children 5 to 14 years old? Such a massive risk that we now need to forcibly inoculate children using either Pfizer Johnson & Johnson Moderna vaccine. With side effects that are growing and questions that are increasing. What's the number one cause of death for children ages 5 to 14? Answer cancer. The next cause of death? Vehicle accidents. So if a school is going to be consistent, if the school is going to start mandating vaccines, if the state of California is going to be consistent and start mandating vaccines, they need to say young children ages 5 to 14 are not allowed to ride in cars anymore. If it's all about safety, it's the fair thing
The Regime Being Run By Pharmaceutical Companies With Daniel Horowitz
"Daniel, and one of your pieces of my memory serves me well, I'm going to dig it up. You allude to the fact that this really is a regime that is being run by pharmaceutical companies. That this is about the small group of pharmaceutical companies that are calling the shots. Is it that sinister? Is it that diabolical Daniel or is there another explanation to this? I mean, I think it's broader than that, but certainly one of the lead ships in that armada of the system when you talk about the system, the cabal, the globalists, it's the pharmaceuticals. And I love how you call it the Fauci virus. China virus is really off message. The likely knew about it and maybe they had some involvement. This ain't the Chinese. They used Wuhan because it was offshore. This was done by UNC UNC Chapel Hill berwick, Jurassic, Fauci, and all the pharmaceuticals that were in it. By the way, fun fact, UNC Chapel Hill, which is the ground zero for the getting function of research for coronaviruses. You know that they're the ones who had Remdesivir. Gilead, somehow got ahold of it. Look it up. UNC Remdesivir. How is it that the only thing that was ever approved, which as I wrote yesterday have an article on this at the blaze NIH's own website says it causes liver toxicity and renal failure and we're seeing that with Sony patients, which is why a lot of people come in moderate moderate COVID, they should get over just like they go into the hospital with pneumonia every year. COPD, we have this treatable and they die. And it is the Remdesivir. It's one vicious cycle. So they'll look at Ivermectin C we can't use that and they're like, okay, let's say we're wrong and it's a sugar pill. But it is literally safer than Tylenol, won the Nobel Prize. Every piece of literature says is well tolerated. No one's ever had a problem. Why not try
"pneumonia" Discussed on Antidote
"No. Do you have fever? Okay. Okay. And how is he playing eating running around everything else? Everything else is okay. So it sounds like as far as his function goes, if someone doesn't know that his secret doesn't hear his breathing, his completely normal, right? Completely himself. Did you get him tested? Coronavirus? Okay. All right. Yeah. Well, you'll have to get him tested. You know, it's most likely it's not that, but in today's day and age, kids usually don't get it, but yeah, he absolutely had to get tested. All right, so. We've got to tell me what is your concern? Why did you call us is because it's not going away or because you need a letter for school or what exactly. Yeah. I mean, I heard his breathing. Unfortunately, I can not listen to his lungs through our system. I'll tell you that. The fact that he is running playing eating normally very encouraging and it suggests that he does not have bacterial pneumonia, you know, an infection that can be dangerous requires antibiotics. He probably has bronchitis that can, you know, and the difference between brocade is a pneumonia, I just want to explain pneumonia is usually a bacterial infection, requires you within biotics and it's affection in the part of the lung. Bronchitis on the other hand is usually a viral infection in its infection on the airways, not the lung quiche. So the longest perfect, but the airways that lead the air to wear the gas exchange happens, you know, they get a little bit congested and yeah, so usually with fire infection doesn't require. So he should not have an antibiotics and he basically he should have no therapy because he's fine. You know, his maybe has some symptoms, but he's playing and eating. But he tested. You know, so I would, you know, I don't mind giving well, I would give a letter saying, you know, can the return to school tomorrow or he's in a day care or breaking, you mentioned that sorry. So I can say, you know, can we turn to school tomorrow provided negative COVID testing? Because, you know, in kids do. Kids kids still get COVID. They don't get it very often and usually some dangers for them. But, you know, in today's era, it's like, yeah. You don't want anyone to question anything. Neither parents nor teachers nothing. So definitely should get tested. And you must work today and you're going to miss work tomorrow. Okay. Do you have insurance now? I.
Did Brittany Murphy's Relationship With Simon Monjack Kill Her?
"If you remember correctly, she dies in December 20th, 2009, she's 32 years old. The autopsy lists her death as an accident caused by pneumonia, anemia, and a bunch of drug intoxications. And I remember when I went to the hospital 5 years ago with a bad cough, I woke up and I said to my wife, I feel like Mike Tyson is punching my kidneys and my chest at the same time. I gotta go to the ER. I never thought of ammonia. I get there, they come back from the x-rays and shit and they go, you've got super pneumonia in your left lung. Your kidneys are failing. And I thought, oh, wow, I'm just like Heath Ledger. And they come back and go, wait, you're also anemic. And I thought, great, now I'm Brittany Murphy. Either way, I'm gonna die. They both died, so I guess this is it for me. This is curtains. I pulled through. But Brittany dies, 5 months later, Simon monjack dies at 40 years old in the same room as Murphy did. And with all of the exact same cause of death, acute pneumonia and severe anemia. Now Brittany was on a period, okay? Simon wasn't. So what's with the anemia thing? They don't really get into that. But it's a big stunning coincidence, and it's been hanging over their deaths. This big mystery has been hanging over their debts for a long time, and a lot of people say that maybe they were murdered. And the film kind of considers these theories, but also it uses a lot of its time to examine the toxic and ultimately lethal ramifications of Murphy, meaning Simon monjack, because that's when she really began to die. I hate to say it like that, but that's
Liberal COVID Campaigner Chris Rock Did Not Get the COVID Vax
"Now Chris Rock is a liberal celebrity, he's been very vocal in the fight against COVID throughout the whole pandemic. Shut up on shows with surgical gloves. He even surprised a lot of people in New York. He appeared next to the former governor bullshit fake Italian Andrew Cuomo in a press conference, urging people to wear masks. This despite the fact that I reported to you, there was a day three days after he made that announcement, he and Louis C.K. were speaking on a park bench in the west village of New York City sitting two feet apart, neither of them were wearing masks. So these people are full of shit. And he said, is the kids who really aren't wearing masks, and you know it's sad. It's sad that our health has become a sort of political issue. It's a status symbol, almost to not wear a mask. I know Chris because you don't wear the fucking mask either, man. You can talk all the kind of stuff you want, but you're somebody else's full of shit. Chris Rock did not get the vaccination. Chris Rock is like a lot of black folk who don't trust the government's word in terms of getting vaccinated. And that's fine. I do not have anything against people who don't want the facts. I really don't. I did it. I took one for the team. I took it because of my pneumonia background, but I understand if you don't want to get it and I support you, 1000%. I am not the kind of guy to get mad at you or to force you to get it. You do what the fuck you want to do. I think I did, but I did for myself is right? And believe me, I didn't really want to do it. So I'm on your side. If you don't get it, you don't want to get it. You got no beef for me. But don't lie, don't stand up in front of the world and tell everybody you got it and wear a surgical gloves and tell everybody the mask is the main thing and I got the Johnson & Johnson bro, you're fucking full of shit.
Google Develop AI for Detecting Abnormal Chest X-Rays Using Deep Learning
"On friday we talked about a nature publication by google. Ai scientists that showed how a deep learning system could detect abnormal chest xrays rays with an accuracy. Rivaling that of professional radiologists. The system only detects whether a chess scan is normal or not and is not trained to detect specific conditions. The goal here is to increase productivity and efficiency of radiologists clinical process. Let's examine some a i x ray. Science first of all how to rays work xrays are a type of radiation energy. Wave that can go through. Relatively thick objects without being absorbed or scattered very much. X rays have shorter wavelengths than visible light which makes them invisible to the human eye for medical applications of vacuum x. Ray tube accelerates electrons to collide with a metal and owed and creates rays these rays are then directed towards the intended target like a broken arm for example and then picked up by digital detectors called image plates on the other side differ body tissues absorb x rays differently so the high amount of calcium in bones for example makes them especially efficient at x ray. Absorption and this highly visible on the image detector soft tissues like lungs are slightly lighter but also visible making x ray and efficient method to diagnose pneumonia or pleural a fusion Which is fluid in the lungs. For example according to this latest nature publication approximately eight hundred and thirty seven million chest. Xrays are obtained yearly worldwide. That is a lot of pictures for radiologists to look at and can lead to longer wait times and diagnosis delays. And of course. This is why there's interest in developing ai. Tools to streamline the process many algorithms have already been developed but are rather aimed at detecting specific problems on an x ray. The google ai. Scientists however developed a deep learning system capable of sorting chest xrays into either normal or abnormal data intending. To lighten the case load on radiologists
"pneumonia" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
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"pneumonia" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150
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Coming of Age During the AIDS Crisis
"The friday before gay pride day in june of nineteen eighty six and i'm sitting in a hospital room with our friend mark the bow-tie-wearing graphics designer from work. I'm suited up in a mask. Gloves and protective gown is to protect him not me. His immune system has been decimated and he's battling new mississippi pneumonia. His breathing isn't great his chest heaving he sips air through an oxygen mask. I've brought him some watercolors so he can paint. We're talking about what he's going to do when he gets out of the hospital like going back to work and maybe a summer getaway to the countryside for the four of us. These are as much plans as they are daydreams. We've all become familiar with the hospital. Admission and discharge dance one infection. Suppressed live to fight the next one two days later barry just home from the pride march. The light on the answering machines blinking. barry presses. Play while i take off my shoes. I hear marks partners voice. Not the words his voice. I tried to block it out. I don't want to hear the rest of his message. It's too late. Mark is dead and then bury and i Planned his memorial service at the vassar club which was located in the lotus club which is a fancy private club on the upper east side which had never seen an aids memorial before berry came up with the idea of We called it the balloon benediction. We've got all these helium balloons that we brought with us to the to the lowest club and each one had a little plastic bowtie attached to it and after the service we went out to central park and we release the balloons with these little bow ties on them. That for us was we. Couldn't we couldn't say that it wasn't people like us. At that point.
"pneumonia" Discussed on Leadership Lab with Dr. Patrick Leddin
"It makes you face every reason to quit in your life and they give you every single one. Every significant reason relational reasons physical reasons leadership reasons health reasons. You're gonna hit the the bottom of your life and six months and it's notorious to get people to actually hit the button and even today still eighty five percent will training and their substantial athletes so anyway in the first phase of training it's designed to divide it into three phases. First phase is the physical phase or the weeding out. Phase and it culminates in a in a week of conditioning called hell week and hell. Week is Starts on sunday and goes till friday with really no sleep. You don't know that you're supposed to be able to get sleep. They account for about two hours of it. Whether you get it or not is up to you and most people don't sleep so it's a. It's a mental and physical beat down to the order that it's not really healthy. They want to produce a result in human condition called Commit before you know anything. Never give up so until you go through all that shenanigans. You don't really understand the impact of it. And so i was not really afforded the opportunity to do it five times. I just refuse to quit and my first opportunity. I got a concussion. And i had to start again and then i dislocated my shoulder than i had to start again. I got pneumonia. And you don't really get rid of them on. You and i kept a the pneumonia state in my lungs and developed a lot of scar tissue. And then my fourth hell week. My lungs couldn't get rid of the tissue. And i had up fifty percent infiltration of fluid in all five of my lobes and they kicked me out of training. Like you're done. You can't come back. And i said well i'm not going to quit doesn't matter just injury prone so you have to leave and i was a medic at the time and i worked at the hospital and every single day i walked into the admiral's office with request shit to send me back and i entered The hospital as an e. Five and i left his e four because i was disobeying a direct order constantly by sitting in his office and he demoted me and finally he came out at nine months like literally nine months to the day he came out. And you said you're the dumbest guy i've ever met or the guy that ever met and he goes. I'll let you go back. And so i signed signed the position. I went back and made it through my fifth dry. That's i mean. That's a phenomenal story. Right there if we stopped the conversation right there. There's so much we can impact around this. I'm i'm curious you talked about kind of hitting this bottom point trying to encourage people to experience his bottom point. What's the value in your mind of the bottom point. It's the only time you've ever really learn anything. Because most humans are avoiding the pain and misery of failure. Whether it's in a relationship. If you wanna know how good you are in anything it bottom. How far can you go down and find out what your weaknesses are like. I'm not a really great listener. So until you learn that in a relationship you don't really gain any advantage. And i don't really like to run.
Sturgis Motorcycle Rally Sparks Fears of Super Spreader Event
"Now for the second time this week, the US reaching 100,000 new cases of Covid 19 in a single day even as cases soar, massive events are taking place around the country. In Sturgis, South Dakota, 700,000 people are expected for the annual motorcycle rally, leading to fears of a super spreader event. This as hospitalizations grew from 12,000 month ago. More than 61,000. Now. Florida setting a new pandemic record high pediatric admissions are climbing one of those hospitalized 17 year old David Espino. High school football player now battling Covid and pneumonia for the last 10 days. I'm pretty scary. Actually, you can get to anyone they get you if you're 10, If you get you if you're 60, it doesn't matter in Mississippi, where the state health officer says Delta is sweeping over them like a tsunami. Hospital workers feeling overworked Once again, it is almost impossible to put into words, the frustration that they feel in many places. It's not a lack of beds, but a lack of stuff that's stretching hospitals thin. Like at Willis Knighton Medical Center in Louisiana. We don't feel like we have a time to devote to the patients that we need. It's just it's Sorry. I'm getting emotional. Just talking about it in Houston Harris Health System in Crisis mode. This 11 month old patient sick with Covid forced to be airlifted to another hospital because none of the pediatric hospitals in town had room the level of sick visits that we've seen this summer. June, July. And now August. I've never seen in 20 years of practice here in Houston, this as officials hint There could be major developments on booster shots, a source telling ABC News. The FDA is expected to reveal their plan for immuno compromised Americans by early September. We are now working on that, and we'll make that be implemented. As quickly as possible, According to an HHS document obtained by ABC News. Multiple states are now asking for federal assistance. They're asking FEMA for help with
"pneumonia" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch
"On Wednesdays and Fridays. I'm not even extended to Monday Wednesday, Friday because I need a bigger fucking army. Because the apparently, when I was in ICU, having a rough time with pneumonia, some people left me. Oh yeah. And I'm a fucking Sicilian. I don't forget. I don't forget who left. Now, people may have left for economic reasons, and for that I say, no problem, go take care of your business. I understand that wholeheartedly. Sometimes 5 bucks is the difference between whatever the fuck you need and whatever the fuck you got. So I don't have any beef with them. However, I never imagined me announcing to the masses, look, I got COVID and I got pneumonia that that would make people go, all right, see ya. Thanks for the show for three years. We got to go. But I've developed a tough hide. I've developed the hide of an elephant, I can take it, but by the same token, I've got to get my audience bigger. And more far reaching hence there will be free shows every Wednesday and Friday in the hopes that you folks who haven't yet joined the Patreon family and spent the 5 bucks and went to Patreon dot com slash fame of the bitch. Maybe now you'll do it. So I'll do my part, you do yours. I'm completely fine with that arrangement. I gotta open the show by saying a lot of shit's gone on the last few days and it was very eye opening to me. You know, last week I did a blind item about a podcaster who's going to announce a divorce because of problems in their marriage. And I mentioned that kids are fine. They're wonderful kids. It's all gonna work out. Blah, blah, blah. And everybody jumped on the assumption that I was speaking about.
"pneumonia" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond
"Ken mass 'cause gum disease. Obviously i mean. That's a no brainer. Everyone these doctors dentists and articles are all making. Yes yes this is causing that which leads to gum disease. Okay so it can for sure so if people who have failed periodic disease period donald is excuse me are most likely to have that. Bacteria that grows the causes these diseases. And then you're also wearing a mask which dries out your mouth and then pulls it back into your lungs. Which is what we just talked about. I think it was here. Yes your lungs. While there you go then it becomes an easy path to back your ammonia. so this is. It's incredible dishes the piece that was missing from that. Show telling you right here. The bacteria in your mouth can be breathe into your lungs which causes pneumonia at the mass. It simply makes it that much more. You don't need the mess. The mask just adds it. It makes it more likely to predominate a exponentially more likely it dries out your mouth on top of that increases the bacterial buildup. It's there's a lot of factors here we just showed you before on. This isn't very clearly increases. The bacteria build up so that adds to it now. Going one step further here is any number of them by the way you'll find. Here's just one that stood out to me where they're telling you this is. This is november wearing face. Masks can cause fungal infections like the. That's a myth. They're telling you is that this is very common myth that circulating i. Let's talk about bacterial infections. The way bacterial pneumonia tend to develop his through. Ask through breathing in contents into your lungs. Exactly and i think we just made it painfully clear that that's exactly what is easily happening one-two-three right in your lungs using the mask and so on so if in terms of wearing a mask it says the respiratory droplets.
"pneumonia" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond
"Vital statistics data compounding. These problems is a marketing of fear. Where have you heard that before. Oh that's right the. Who use the exact same cont. Sent- sentiment there are pandemic health scares caused by h one n one and h why then one are part of a culture of fear. This is two thousand eleven so two thousand eleven older twenty twenty we have leading entities calling out that the cdc is creating a culture market of fear dash c communication strategy in which medical experts predict dire outcomes during flu. Season's so is it the cdc that the problem will it at least appears that way when you have all the other people pointing to it. But i think they're all playing their part today but the the real takeaway here regardless of what you think about whether this is real is the point that you have entities within the health establishment calling out. Exactly what we're telling you what's happening today and telling you that just that it's happening is enough to point out that the numbers are incorrect period and then. Here's the jess confirming that. It is happening or the very least that it was happening. So if was how was it completely impossible conspiracy theory. I'm bringing it up today. Call started a little issue. Their forum The point is nobody will talk about this. Nobody will reference this. Nobody will share this. I won't get calls from cnn. Going good job for breaking that story. Would you know this is getting word which means they're not journalists. They're part of the marketing of fear. Now the cdc website states that ha what has become commonly accepted and widely reported in the lay and scientific press annually. As we've all heard about thirty six thousand americans die from flu and influence a demo- nya debt slash right already. We're seeing the combined is the seventh leading cause of death in the united states. But why are flew into monja bundled together is the relationship so strong unique to warrant characterizing them as a single cause of death i argue. Most americans don't even know about this conversation. David rosenthal director of harvard university. Health services said quote. People don't necessarily die per se of the flu virus. What they die of is secondary pneumonia. Which is what we talked. And that's not necessarily always the case is the case and we've talked about the concept of secondary pneumonia but even within that verifiable concept do we think that every single one of them that is like that should be named flu or should there be should be middle category for both combined. That's not counted on either of the others or should it be separated at the end of the day. These are valid questions that even people in the. Hhs were calling out and going. This isn't correct. You're you're misrepresenting the situation. So many of these pneumonias are not viral. Pneumonias but secondary pneumonias but dr rosenthal agreed that the flu pneumonia relationship was not unique. And this is where it becomes interesting for instance and their studies. Here you can reference for yourselves. A reason study found that stomach acid suppressing drugs so drugs that you take to suppress stomach. We're in fact associated with a higher risk of acquiring pneumonia. But these drugs and pneumonia are not compiled as a single statistic. But wait a minute. Isn't that exactly what you're doing with flu. It's it actually. It's a secondary situation and one does work with the other but only when it comes to flu vaccines waibel..
"pneumonia" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"And we are coming to you from the hot stove society here in downtown Seattle. Terry's, of course, still convalescing from his pneumonia at home, and we s so good, and we have Terry. You know, many of you who listened to our show every week know that he had pneumonia back in the Some, Bernie said, being very careful about covert and for a while there when we were doing the show, I didn't have a picture of him on a screen. But now I have a picture of chef Terry in the Shep Oh, on the screen, So it's very happy. I'm very happy to have you back in my My eyesight. And as well for me to see you on screen. That's very cool. Even if I can't give you a big hug. This is the technology, Hot stuff. Society show. We talk food and beverages and restaurants and everything good in our life every week and we try to leave Cove it behind for a couple of hours in your week, which is I'm sure you get it plenty other places so I am chef owner of several Seattle institutions, I'll say including the Here at the hot stove. We've got serious pie downtown open, serious pie and Ballard opened are serious to go and Ballard Open. And of course, our rub with love Spice Rub line, which is the sponsor of our food for thought. Tasty trivia. Amy, our producers here today and the Richardson and Sean is over there in the tech planned making sure our sound is good. And we're gonna Sean. When do you think we'll get back to you? Live Facebook or Facebook live. Whatever way we could give it a shot. Do you mind having Terry Kind of like the zoomed in? No. I think it would be good Qd is Yeah, we could do look a little picture in picture we could You know I'd love to try it. Let's try it next week..
"pneumonia" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond
"As i mean. I'm just you know someone's commenting it's ver- very not clear. Like how can this not be clear like. I don't understand what people are missing here. I'm not saying this is one hundred percent of the case. What i'm saying is to argue that this situation cannot possibly 'cause back. Your mona is childish. I mean it's literally unscientific and bayton. You could stare at the facts. It's a basic walk through the information to realize that this is what we're staring at the possibility anyway and as we're looking back at the same situation but here's what this shows me right here. They're seeing the frequency of pneumonia caused by both mixed pneumopathy. Jen's and by other mixed upper respiratory tract bacteria upper respiratory tract. Just the point now says in discussion evidence suggests that the vast majority of influenza deaths resulted from secondary bacterial pneumonia. The virtually every one of them is what the study found compelling evidence for this conclusion includes the examination of fifty eight re-cut and restrained autopsy specimens that showed changes fully consistent with classical descriptions of extensive. Bacterial pneumonia says the extraordinary severity of the nineteen pandemic remains unexplained. I wonder why that would be that. The causes of death included. This is important the that the causes of death included so many different bacteria alone or in complex combinations argues against against specific bacterial clones. In this is what i'm talking about. We know mean look. we're talking. We just told shocked about math. All these different things that are happening right with the point is when you're creating the situation any number of things could develop so you're creating a perfect little petri dish around your face. Which is the most dangerous parts of right there in front of your mouth and it's causing any number of things. One of the most obvious and logical is bacterial pneumonia. But there's plenty of other things so when they're looking back and going gee we don't know why got so severe and it's not as clear as we thought it would be where we can just find a bunch of flu. We're in fact. Finding many different types of bacteria alone or complex combinations all over the place. It sounds exactly like what we're talking about. It sounds like this was an issue that was caused by something other than what they told you it was and when you add on the facts about what these things can cause and what they can do it becomes at least in a very relevant discussion to be had that is being actively attacked now. Finally it says if the next pandemic is caused by a human adapted virus similar to those recognized since two thousand eighteen we believe the infection is likely to behave as it has in the past pandemics. The present work leads us to conclude that in addition to these critical efforts prevention.
"pneumonia" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond
"Of the vaccine meaning that she watched the severity. Not about how. Cnn told us they were talking about it but she literally watched them and dealt with them and she feels. That's not alarming enough to stay in contrast to the complete unknowns about the vaccine that one shows you how less fear it really actually is in the real world and two that the unknown to the vaccine are actually a really big deal. Dr peter hotels who initially expressed caution about grow virus vaccines but now has become one of the mo the injections most reliable cheerleaders. Guess probably totally orchestrated has inadvertently identified the real problem the obsession with vaccines as a sole solution. This is important just recently admitted quote. We put our eggs in the. We put all our begs checking dock. Today we put all our eggs in the biotechnology basket. We're not relying exclusively on vaccines. Jeez i don't know i cannot read today. We're now relying exclusively on vaccines to control this. This is important point that we're going to get get into next. They have stated more than i can count that they with past experiments of about why we need to deal with specific things such as bacterial pneumonia or an ammonia general as a focal point. Naughty secondary situation right. I'll show you next actually. But the point is they didn't do that despite their past discussions even anthony fauci. What they did is clearly as he's telling you. Put all of the all of all of our eggs in one basket specifically vaccines specifically bio manipulative genetically modified vaccines that have never been tried before or never been successfully done before as even more significant problems as double think message that is now equating vaccination with freedom. We're now exclusively relying on vaccines to control this. Which again they know is the absolute worst thing they can do. Now this is. I've trucked up. i pointed this before. But i'm gonna go a little deeper today from two thousand nine. Here's anthony fauci involved right there predominant rule of bacterial pneumonia as a cause of death in pandemic influenza implications for pandemic influenza preparedness. Now it's important part because that's what they're saying. We know now that this is a focal point. And if we don't do this right and they didn't do that this time. why. Because i argue. They wanted to use what they found out here to manipulate you. They wanted to use the obvious tie. In with the side effects of other businesses such as bacteria monja to sue you know supplemented supplant the to basically make the bigger picture to make it appear as if the dog ovid nineteen. I truly see this right now. This is what i believe. I hope you'll come. You'll come to your own conclusions about it and do the research. But we'll go through this right now in the part that i find to be most important. Now what this is. What this is talking about.
"pneumonia" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond
"They're do it anyway with australia relying on the astrazeneca vaccine for the bulk of its doses. The country's vaccine advisory body said it was too early to say whether they'll put an age limit on who receives it. Okay so they're german. Authorities are advising not not to take it over sixty five but the vaccine companies going. Well we're going to give it to people over sixty five. It's too early to know who cares about all the death and problems. The uk maintains the vaccine produces a good immune response in all ages. Oh the good that who cares now. The biotechnology company set to manufacturer fifty million covid. Nineteen vaccines in australia. Csl was a no show at a parliamentary inquiry. Yesterday it it makes me think about that image of of a rocket. What was it. Was it rockefeller. Poking a royal member of the fa fa family member on the chest saying like you know if you could poke somebody like this on the chest. Think about the power you and this is the idea recognized. The kind of these vaccine companies numbers involved with this agenda are clearly above the people that think they're in control of our legal system. If you could just not show up to a parliamentary inquiry saying that you're just too busy who has the power here. That's literally what they said. They're just too busy to explain their role. Sorry guys in there. one point. Seven billion dollar supply deal from that same parliament. But sorry guys. We'll give you the brush off because you're not important enough. We're too busy senator. Rex patrick to accuse of it behaving improperly accused of pre improperly by not submitting scrutiny. And then that's it. Apparently let's keep going. Let them let them spy scorn. Your spur you. It's just a parent who's really in control. The inquiry was also warned has also warned. The government might not meet. Its target of four million. Vaccinations by the end of march due to supply disruptions. Oh yeah keep pushing that lie clearly if you wanted them they would be here by now. The.
"pneumonia" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond
"So productive firms can raise capital to do useful. Things come on guy was nine thousand thirty or forty. It's ridiculous to pretend like that's what this really is anymore. The stock market is a gambling center. It has nothing. I mean this is it. Yes there are parts of it to operate this way. But it's so completely corrupt. Detaching stock price from fundamental value game stop is now worth almost as much as best buy good makes the market's service real economy. Serve the real economy worse so exactly so the thing. The thing that they do constantly is exactly what he's talking about but he only cares it when normal people do it but he says please leave merit based incredibly fair and rational system of capital known as wall street alone. This just isn't fair. what's being done to them. Thank you glenn for clearly making fun of how stupid that was. But here's the best part. Glenn says the only possible way to have that above exerted reaction to the game stop. Rebellion is if you grew up coddled in very elite environment. That somehow got you to believe all the way in adulthood. This childlike mythology about american culture and politics elites are usually elite for a good reason. Josh says and tend to have better judgment than the average person. Confess your run popular opinion. No confess your unpopular opinion assess. But can you believe that this is the right to say mainstream media writer. Propagandist saying that. They're because they're better than you. Which i believe he deleted because this is a very common sentiment like the same thing we saw from a lot of different places which will show you in a minute. Amc saw this as well by the way amc being a clearly struggling with everything but as he says that's today this was january twenty seventh amc that days game. Stop a red admob. They say mob sent its stock more than twenty percent higher. It's so pathetic. Why isn't this. See there's a part i mean. They didn't get what they expected to happen. And that's why they're upset. I'm sure somebody out. There made a lot of money whether or not they knew this was going to happen. Are they upset. No they don't like they're being game the same way they game you every day but says robin hood imposes restrictions now on trading stocks associated with the recent. Read it buzz. Why because they're not in control anymore. Not robin hood. I mean but the people in control who are constantly guiding and manipulating everything. Well they don't know what's going to happen next so they make sure you can't keep playing attention. Turns to citadel securities which pays robin hood to gain information. What retail investors are doing a not uncommon process referred to as payment for order flow through senator l. securities is a different firm than the citadel. Don't hedge fund that infuses billions into melvin capital bloomberg reports. Just says just got a tip. That citadel reload reloaded their shorts before they told robin hood to stop trading if it's true ken griffin robin and founders should be in jail as his class warfare. I don't do line. that's where she. I don't wanna read the curse but the point is guys. This is crazy. I mean this is such a flagrant of how we are not meant to play in their elitist circles and now they're just shutting it down because we are participating robinhood reportedly selling actually selling people's positions of game. Stop without letting them know. Can you believe that. I mean good god. That's that's incredible because they this. The they're not accountable. They just they're scared. And they show you that they act with impunity. Investors filed class action lawsuit. Good for them against robin hood over game. Stop strong suppression. which is i just..
"pneumonia" Discussed on WTVN
"8 to 1 W T v N or 1 816 w t v N ah, line is open for you. Let's go to Nick. You're on 16. W T V and Good morning. Good morning, Bob. Thanks for taking the call My piano. First I'll talk about pneumococcal pneumonia. But first I will say you're talking about pie days next week. I understand this National restaurant week. So, Yeah, I believe so. Yeah, I'll be sure, uh, honor that it's important to support your local small businesses, especially those restaurants. Uh, I'm talk about new macaca pneumonia now. I said three weeks ago that That in 2009. That's 11 almost 12 years now, Dr Anthony Fallacy and his colleagues found that most of the victims of the Spanish flu died from bacterial pneumonia, and it was caused by wearing masks. In October. The sixth of 2020, a medical doctor warns that bacterial pneumonias are on the rise from mastering now earlier last week, I think is because we think, like Tuesday or Wednesday, um I heard that commercial It was on the station, but I didn't hear it again. Now. It may have come on when I wasn't listening. But it was about a vaccine that cures Numa cock off pneumonia, and it was caused by bacteria. Now, I think That That's another way of saying bacterial pneumonia, which is caused by wearing mask Now there are plenty of mask being warned in 1918, as there are today. Now, pneumococcal pneumonia is a very contagious disease. And I think maybe that was killing a lot of people. Not covert 19 like 1918, You know, which is it, you see, and covert 19 has never been isolated. You know, And I wonder what the holdup is. You know, why hasn't been isolated the isolations required in order to find out what's needed to control it. Then, after several years of testing, I know they said they sped this up, but I don't believe it. And after several years of testing, a vaccine may may be available now the vaccine for Numa cockles or bacterial pneumonia that's been available For decades. And and and nothing would be safe now, but he was been available for decades. So that's been tested and like it followed the procedure like it should be done. Now. The wind talks about what experts have told him. You know, I'd like to know experts at what could be in government shields. You know, there are thousands of epidemiologist, virologist scientists and doctors all over the world. People deep you are well versed. Research and experience in the control of viruses and control of viruses, not people, And they're true experts now you know they're not allowed on controlled mainstream media because government doesn't want people to hear anything that's going to cure this alleged bandanna Bit too. And M e. So I say, you know, it's keep wearing the mask. You know, you might get back to our pneumonia. Mike dies but you know if you die It'll still be listed as covert 19, you know, just like Spanish flu 1918, But that's all I got, Bob. Thanks. Alright. Appreciate the call Nick. As always. So, Yeah, you've got all the experts that always point to one another. You can get an expert on the exact same subject to say something totally different. It's You know, I get getting science is science. But there are multiple ways to to see some of this stuff sometimes. And you condemn your own conclusions from from the data. So again, you know that That is what it is One more before we hit a break here, David, you're on 16. W T V and good morning. Good morning, Bob. How you doing? You know what? I'm alright. How are you? Oh, Bob, I want to bring up about Hank Aaron. Oh, absolutely. A big in a great gentleman. Yes. Huge loss, asshole. Yeah, I I dug out my old baseball cards when I heard about this, and I got looking through them and I got him in a 1962 cards. And And you saw the things he did hey, was always very humble about it. And then in this, then I count him is the real home run King called Mark McGwire. Barry Bonds. I think they both they They'll was. We're on the juice of a claim. And But Hank Aaron was what? What? He was a great gentleman, Great athlete, and I wanted to bring that up. And also you mentioned tiny Tim. This is all that you know, I'm a rock and roll of story as long as mean. A former Army ranger. Did you know tiny Tim and George Harrison's son together? 1969. No, I didn't know that They did their version of nowhere man, and I got to say how George Harrison stood up, but he stood up with tiny him for five minutes and soft on and also one more thing, And I know you got A lot of callers. I want to bring up about what they did them National Guardsmen as a former soldier. They should have treated them a lot better than put them down in a basement and sleeping like that, they they weren't in a remote country. They should have had facilities for them. And I'm kind of discuss about that. Being in Vienna. Former soldier that kind of discussing Bob Hey, I felt I got to say this morning And you have a great day, sir. Alright, David, as always, Thank you for the call. Certainly do appreciate it always a pleasure to talk to you. Yeah, they From what I saw in this morning's news. They have allowed the National Guardsmen to come back into the Capitol building. So that that is new this morning, But, yeah, that is And I guess. Former President Trump has also said that they're welcome to stay in his hotel. So there you go. So do with that. What you will 8 to 1 W TV and 1 816 w TV. And if you would like to jump in plenty of lines open for you right now it is Saturday morning Opened phones. NewsRadio 6 10 W T V N the 1st 100.
"pneumonia" Discussed on 600 WREC
"T has been a long time friends, that area voice man and I have to be with your listeners. I'm glad you're here too. It has been awhile and my gosh, when I heard you're going to the hospital, I don't know. Um Yeah, there's a there's a friend of a friend of a lot of people right now in Birmingham. Musician here in town, Mark Phillips, that is on a ventilator right now and struggling to get through. This is well and just prayers for him. But I want to talk about your journey. You know, I gone through coronavirus myself head, I would say moderate. Symptoms. I was never hospitalized a couple of days in there, I thought Oh, man, you know, maybe I'm gonna have to go get checked out. But my ox symmetry level stayed up upper nineties 97 98 the whole time didn't have the breathing problems, too. But you had a little rougher than that. Tell everybody how your journey Woz. You know, it was ah. Wasn't uh, they're interesting Journey City. I will tell you that originally. Those first few days. I had the you know, mild medium symptoms. Everybody described to you, Um you know, rotational smell body fatigue. Body aches. Uh, cold chills that fever. Um, I had all the things people describe, and then it it had a shift. My oxygen dropped too. Noni. I was fortunate enough to check my had ox meter every day. But then I'd have started having a hard time just breathing. It was painful to breathe in. So I called my doctor and describe the symptoms. Tell me where my oxygen Woz and They suggested I come in with some glad I did because it turns out Had pneumonia on my left lung. Just just a pause there and say, Listen, I feel fortunate. I feel lucky. I feel blessed. I'm extremely grateful for everybody prayers and checking on me. And because a lot of people Don't catch it in one long they by the time they get to the hospital, they have pneumonia in both lungs. And so that process and itself having to do the rendez of here. Plasma and the ivy, ivy, steroids and and anti inflammation in the black and the anti bacteria and all these Different drugs. They had me on just a jumpstart my immune system and fight off to the pneumonia. It was It was not a pleasant experience, but I am very grateful to the health care workers and A to Princeton Hospital who took care of me then then, JT the craziest thing. There's something called neural covert. It started attacking a nervous system. And so the My neurological systems on the joints. And muscles in my legs. I have no idea how it feels to be a 90 year old 100 year old person. But from from the visible I do you see them being struggling just to move in, pointing to the And I had the hardest time just walking. For several days. This world long? How long did all this go on for you? I mean, in addition to all those medicines in the protocol, they put you on. I would imagine you're on oxygen the whole time during this is well so from the moment you got to the hospital until the time Started feeling better. How long a period of time was that before they released you? What does it positive? No. December 30th. Then I would have went into the hospital. Um, probably. I want to say, Jane, I'm not sure today it was probably about seven days later. Yeah. Um, And then I was in the hospital Three days s O. That's fortunate because short Yeah. And then what I just described to you happened about seven days later. So I've gone through all of everything I've described to you has been between December 30th, probably about January. 14th. Yeah, I'm going just last week, right? Well, I could make it plain for you. The less Three days for the first time. I've experienced no pain. Wow. You had a you had a rough go of it. And you're right about the oxygen levels dropping. I remember when I had it. They said Listen. They had a little ox symmetry thing. You clip on your finger that I got. At the drug store, and they said here, make sure you're checking that, you know a few times a day. And if you start to struggle, breathing whatsoever, don't don't wait and try and battled through it If you drop down in the 93 You need to call either Get to the hospital or call 911 Don't play with the respiratory issues because ignited straight. Very kind. My mom went to 90. So I will tell you, But I will tell you I will tell your Listeners. Corona bars does not care about your age does not care about your race does not care about your dinner gender and it really doesn't give a damn about your politics. This is serious. Um Everybody doesn't treat everybody's body just saying I'm a young person and it attacked the hell out of me. Yeah, I just want I just want your listeners to be safe. I want you I want encouraged listeners to take the vaccine. On guy want to encourage your listeners to continue to wash their hands? Where? Hand trying to talk in person. Don't live in that household. Don't touch him. Yeah, Yeah, it is still contagious, and we're not out of the woods on it by any means, But I'm just so glad you're feeling better. The pain's gone. The fatigue lasted for me for weeks. You know, you think you're going good, everybody and next thing you know, Boom, You're asleep for two hours because it just drags you down so bad so early just to be able to have his interview with me night. It's my voice was even messed up. Because the ammonium along so, uh, just to be able to actually talk with you so well, Mayor. I'm so glad you're doing better and just I mean, rest still get some rest. And obviously you're you know, on the tail end of it, and you beat it. This go around. You probably got the antibodies, which is a good thing, too. But The rest is gonna be critical for you. Probably for the next week or two. No doubt about that. But thank you for coming on with me and a lot of people were asking about it. So I wanted to get you. I'm glad to hear you're better as well. Thank you, sir. I appreciate you All right, Mayor..
"pneumonia" Discussed on Catch my Killer
"He died of pneumonia so the media would not cover the story and the female detectives had being the interview room and she asked me if i went on social media much and at the time i really didn't not not a whole lot. And they said not much and she said. It's really not a good idea to do that. Because the case goes to trial she said as if it were a homicide investigation and they were looking for his murderer. She said if the case goes to trial that can hurt trying to like when they try to find jurors or anything like that to have the case to well known she said. It's better if you don't talk to the media and she told me this just a couple of weeks before she was closed in case which. I thought that she was going to do all along. And it's really hard. Because i feel like eight. This girl and she was interviewed by the police just to a little more detail on that. She was interviewed. She was interviewed by the gli three months after my son was murdered. The mail to talk with told my husband he said. I feel like the next time i interview her. She's going to confess. She left the interview with the police. She called me and she was trying to contain her laughter and she said she told me she said is that it. I can't believe that was it. And she was giddy and she had been so upset the night before. She was extremely upset that she was going to be questioned by locally and then she went away laughing at them and she told me that during the interview. It seemed like they spend a lot of time trying to disparage branded and find out. Bad things about brandon instead of being more specific about questioning what happened. Yeah that's what it sounds like to me. I mean if they close it so easily. I don't know just me looking at those pictures. That i find the pictures very disturbing know i. It just seems to me like it looked to me like he in a struggle for his life. I mean that's how it looks to me. Like he fought somebody hard in the person he probably fought has marks on him from finding your son. I disagree with that detective about getting it out to the social media. Because you know there's been there's been crimes that have been solved because of social media. There's actually several that have been solved through social media so and it's the fastest way to get the word out to get a message out to anybody you know through social avian and i feel like it also police to accountability because i think they swept his case right under the rug. And that's what they wanted to do all along. Not maybe not so much a male detective. Because i really do feel like he was looking at it as a homicide but just not not very not really getting after it and i don't know if that's because the department didn't want him to or they put doubt on it is they kept saying no. It was drugs but you. The department really should be basing things.
"pneumonia" Discussed on Celebrate Community Church
"My goal as pastor of the christian worship our has always been and continues to be telling the world of the saving grace of jesus christ end encourage believers in their faith. I'm writing this letter to inform you. That i've been hospitalized since thursday december third. I'm being treated for pneumonia in covid as of today december eighth i am improving and feeling well. I thought it was important to let you my dear friends who i love know that i have been having some health issues and would covet your prayers. I'm hoping i can return to work within a couple of weeks. God willing watch this at ninety nine and a half years of age. I certainly don't know how many days the lord will give me to serve him. I'm hoping he raises me to full strength and allows me to continue ministering and preaching the wonderful good news that jesus loves everyone and is not willing that one would perish. He's ninety nine and a half years old and i'm asking god to restore me to full strength. I love you all herald e salem pastor. That's a man who knows who is daddy is absolutely. That's a man who gets the end. You know how wanted all the end. What kind of ninety nine years and a half years old is saying. God restore me so i can reach one more. He doesn't say anything in your. Please don't be offended by this. He doesn't say. I pray that god would restore full health so i could spend more time with my grandchildren. He doesn't say so. I can be with those. I love and enjoy the great things that i've i've accrued over all these years. I that he restored to health. So i can tell more people. Wow wow you think. He understood the cost. I'm pretty not pretty sure. I am confident. He heard this well done. Good and faithful child my servant. Who's your daddy you are. That's what here you are mad. Wow the power of heaven hell in your hands. I want to close this as i pray for you. I'm wondering. I'm just throwing this out. Because i've been doing this simone life when i'm frustrated i've been saying god the first thing i want on.