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"rick johnson" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:02 min | 2 months ago

"rick johnson" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Trooper Rick Johnson with the Washington State Patrol says the response was fast because the trooper saw it happened from his rear view mirror. Obviously let dispatch. No, he turned around and approach, it seems Both vehicles were fully engulfed even before first responders could make it help had arrived, thanks to some good Samaritans who helped get the drivers out of the cars, according to South King County Fire and Rescue. Thankfully because of that, we only had two patients and one was treated with minor injuries. So very thankful for the community support. Mr Go to say that pickup hit the semi suffered some kind of mechanical failure. It is 5 33 time now for real time traffic with Tracy Taylor, and it took us a long time to recover from that closure with the both directions of highway 18 out near I five and we had that earlier record as well on 80 eastbound warehousing, and that is now cleared out of the way. But we're watching, though, is on north on four or five just north of 195. That's a crash there. According to D. O T, it's taking up the toll lane. In the lineup starts from just after one 24th and heading out that direction. It's still really busy on South 35, outside of Lake City, way through the downtown corridor, heading up South Centre Hill and again from 3/20 and heading out to the dome. No, I focus a lot on Lakewood, because the drive times that's not normal for this time of the afternoon, especially for those of you from Olympia to Tacoma. It's still over an hour. I mean, what's half an hour longer than what it should be, But we're still looking at a 40 minute commute from Tacoma to Olympia. We had some earlier issues near the Tacoma Mall. If you're headed across the water, 90 has some slowing. If you're headed westbound often, doesn't I would say mid span. Up to the I five merged since North and I was still struggling around the Michigan curve and heading into the downtown corridor. Traffic is brought to you. By this moment. There you go. Audible delivers everything you need and everything you love to listen to all in one app stream. The newest releases bestsellers audible originals, popular podcasts and more start listening free with a 30 Day trial at audible dot com. Cairo Radio. Real time traffic. I'm Tracy Taylor. Have a radio forecast should be a very nice summer evening. Out there. Temperatures the upper fifties. Tonight's right now. 80 degrees.

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"rick johnson" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"rick johnson" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Should we get him on the phone? How do you know It's a him? Because I just opened the envelope. Oh, okay. We'll know we should. We should hit first. Start explaining why this person is the chaos by employee of the month for the month of October, 2020. But don't we want him to hear these things clearly? Okay? Not everybody listens to this show. Okay? You think everyone crowds around the radio like its a freaking Fireside chat. The president before televisions. Not not that many people listen to this show. Figure this out if we get this Like this. Who's after you get it, right. Oh, no, I didn't do it. Right. Uh, try this again. One are we just now learning how to use the phone system? Heart on you. Is that ceiling word, Aiken say we try that again. I think that's it. Jacob. I think you gave me a bad number here. Oh, what does it say? Turn that up and tell me when I was styling now, what is going on here? Let us all hear it so I can talk to him. Yeah. Then I'll tell him he's on there. Tommy's on the What if he doesn't answer it, live radio baby. That wouldn't be very employee of the month not answering our calls for work, right? Automatically voicemail to go to the runner up. Well, leave. It will leave a message. Leave that up. Available at the tone. Please record your message. When you have finished recording, you may hang up or press one for more options. Ah, rickets us. See Gary in Shannon show. How are you? Happy Thursday, official announcers of the Ko Phi employee of the month for October to it isnot you now I mean, no, it isthe. It's still him. Oh, I thought the rules said he could be in the bathroom. You know, he doesn't need to answer the phone all the time. He could be desperately listening to the radio show and it's you know if there's a delay at all. Maybe it's not about you. It's about Rick Johnson. Well, it is about.

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"rick johnson" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"rick johnson" Discussed on KOMO

"Troopers were able to Clear the freeway in less than 10 minutes, But during that time it was a wild scene near Auburn. It's an entirely different scene on 1 67. Ours air freely flowing on the road, driving over skid marks on the pavement, many not realizing what was happening at this spot to cause those marks vehicles attempted to take over 167. That's Washington State Trooper Rick Johnson, who says those 100 cars briefly stopped traffic here. Many standing on the road, while others continue doing doughnuts in their cars. Obviously, it's not a safe thing to do and, frankly, not legal, but the folks here continued to spend in their cars and stand in observation. When a trooper showed up. Minutes later, many within the group ran over to surround their car. It's concerning situation when you have, you know one trooper and you kind of hear. You know they're getting you know surrounding the trooper up. So the trooper left and then many officers came back to break up. This groups of the freeway could reopen all in all, taking about six minutes. That's cool. MUSIC pop on reporting the state is reporting 500. More covert cases. Yesterday is Benny's health officials, Elroy this weekend could bring a spike in cases the State Health Department is reporting 76,836 confirmed cases and 1953 deaths. That's an additional 500 weren't one confirmed Corona virus cases? And the whale who captured our heart two years ago when she carried her dead cat for 17 days and 1000. Miles has given birth to a healthy calf. It's believed the baby arrived Friday and appears robust. The gender has not been announced. Experts say This is big news as up to nearly 70% of pregnant orcas and with a miscarriage or captain shortly after birth. Come on, You're Stein is 1 34. Let's check in and get a traffic update from Evan Smith. No blocking issues reported on our freeways. What? We're still seeing the little hesitation heading north on I five as you make your way through every from but the Tressler so up to the snow, much River Bridge, a little hesitation or five and Tacoma from highway 16 to about the dome area in a minor, but his station remaining on South 55 54th..

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"rick johnson" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"rick johnson" Discussed on KOMO

"Night was the first time in weeks, Portland police had to use tear gas to disperse the crowd. A dangerous scene overnight on highway 167 police say about 100 cars came to a standstill on the freeway, some of them doing donuts and racing right down the middle of the road. Come was Nick problem, reports, troopers were able to clear the freeway in less than 10 minutes, but during that time it was a wild scene near Auburn. It's an entirely different scene on 1 67 cars air freely flowing on the road driving over skid marks on the pavements, many not realizing what was happening at this spot to cause those marks vehicles attempted to take over 167. That's Washington State Trooper Rick Johnson, who says those 100 cars briefly stopped traffic here. Many standing on the road, while others continue doing doughnuts in their cars. Obviously, it's not a safe thing to do and, frankly, not legal, but the folks here continued to spend in their cars and stand in observation. When a trooper showed up. Minutes later, many within the group ran over to surround their car. It's concerning situation when you have, you know one trooper and you kind of hear. You know they're getting, you know surrounding the trooper up. So the trooper left and then many officers came back to break up. This groups of the freeway could reopen all in all, taking about six minutes. That's go, Mo's Nick Pappas reporting common whose time is 12 34? Let's get another check of area roadways on this Sunday afternoon. Here's Curtis Calhoun. Still deal with crash in five days on the South Downs five on ramp from 54th Avenue. A crash is still partially blocking the onramp, causing a big mess of things in that spots will keep up today on that no other stalls or collisions Getting in your way. That's the good news. You have a bridge lift underway over both directions of the First Avenue south porridge..

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"rick johnson" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"rick johnson" Discussed on KOMO

"Has helped about a thousand of those families Z. on font size speed demons be warned state troopers will be out in force over the long weekend looking for drivers with the pedal to the metal trooper Rick Johnson tells come all that in the months between April fifteenth and may fifteenth just last year they arrested seven people for reckless driving which generally involves excessive speed and endangering other drivers this year we have arrested twenty eight drivers yes four times as many as last year Justin king county twenty two hundred drivers were pulled over for speeding during the same one month period with many drivers speeding going well over one hundred miles an hour come on news time now one thirty four it's time for an update on track and in general it's a relatively easy day to continue driving around no that the north west but we do have a couple of things to keep in mind obviously it is the date that many people would normally get away for their holiday weekend we're seeing some slow traffic in Lakewood on five twelve west bound between steel street and I five and there is fire response in Olympia slowing down traffic on Henderson Boulevard southeast both northbound and southbound right at plum street fire units are still there so that's the reason for that slow down and state route two oh three still alternating traffic around northeast still water hill road in the carnation area as far as blocking incidents around the Seattle area that kind of does it there are some construction closures though on I. five southbound the on ramp from south two hundred the ramp is partially blocked for some maintenance now the couple eco roof forecasts and here's meteorologist Kristen Clark expecting a dry afternoon for most backyards the exception.

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"rick johnson" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"rick johnson" Discussed on KOMO

"Now forty two degrees in Seattle investigators need help finding the person who shot another driver on southbound I. five and can't drive shop the lower back last night and is expected to be okay the trooper Rick Johnson with the state patrol says this is the fourth time this week we've seen incident where a driver flasher fired a gun at another driver we don't have a reason why this is happening or or the spike in the last couple weeks we want people to be attentive and older save the driver last night's incident stopped at a convenience store to get help after that shooting in another incident earlier this week a man was found and arrested that suspect driver will face charges for reckless driving and brandishing a weapon he will most likely also face more charges deputies in Snohomish county arrested a man they say stole a car led them on a chase started in granite falls in ended after the fleeing driver hit five vehicles in Everett near the home depot on highway ninety nine no one was hurt deputies say the driver tried to run away but they were able to chase him down and arrest him Seattle police plan to continue emphasis patrols in neighborhoods that saw an uptick in violence in two thousand nineteen chief Carmen best in a press conference today said two thousand nineteen brought a six percent increase in shootings with eighteen fatal incidents in seventy nine non fatal shooting officers in the places where we know that we have the best chance of deterring further violence and the community many members that we have for today they play a large part in an important.

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"rick johnson" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive

The Peter Attia Drive

13:57 min | 1 year ago

"rick johnson" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive

"You still actually take care of patients in the inpatient ward and you'd probably spend a quarter of your time in clinic. So how how do you put some of this stuff into practice do you. Liberally use Allah pure and all even for patients who have high uric acid but have not developed gout yet. I do so our data's data's strongly suggests lowering uric. Acid could be beneficial so what I do is the following so it turns out that Allah Pernell is not totally really safe. There's some people who can develop reactions to Allah pure no drug reactions especially Asians about three to four percent of people who are Asian can develop an allergic reaction to Al Appear in all where they can get rashes and it can be pretty severe. And it's about two percent in African Americans and it's about point five percent in Caucasians you can test for it. There's a test called the H. L. E. B. Fifty eight tests. But the point of the matter. Is that no drug is fully safe every drag has side effects so ideally. You'd want to really be certain that your drugs going to provide the benefit that you want and you have to consider the risks versus benefits now. Although in Animals L. appearance totally protective order protects a lot against sugar induced metabolic syndrome the data in humans is suggestive. So there's been for example for pilot studies showing improvement and insulin resistance with lowering uric acid in humans. All four positive as if there is a lot of trials and kidney disease showing that lowering uric acid may benefit kidney disease. There's data on blood pressure. We had a paper in the CHAMMA. Showing that on your gas could improve blood pressure control and adolescence with hyper Uresti Mia. So there's a lot of supporting data. There are some some negative studies too but the overall weight is now in favor of lowering uric acid to benefit. What would the target be? So what I do is when I see a patient in clinic I measure the uric acid and currently we know that the risks start to go up when the Serra Meteoric asses over or five point five so once they serum uric acids over five point five. They really start to have increased risk for prediabetes. Insulin resistance hypertension kidney it is easy etc and what's interesting is most labs like my lab for example doesn't even flag until it hits about six point five as sort of intermediate risk and it's really not until until about seven point five that it says. Well this his high risk but of course that's only through the lens of Gout. I assume yes. That's right. So if a uric acid comes back really high like nine or ten UH. I have no doubt that that based on everything I've done I've no doubt that that's not good. You're not only does it. Increase the risk for Gallup but increases the risk for kidney disease and all all these things and I talked to the patient about the pros and cons of treatment. I talk about the rash at tell him to stop the drug if they get a rash and then call. Oh me but I always start Allah piano when the uric acids like eight or higher and certainly when it's nine or higher when it's between five point five five and eight. I'll talk to them about the pros and cons but we don't have full proof yet but I tend to especially with patients with kidney disease where the data is probably the strongest. Start treating. I'll even do it with your a cast of six and a half for example with chronic kidney disease but anyway it's worthwhile discussing the patient but outside of that the risk of Stevens Johnson Syndrome. Which you've alluded to what are the other potential risks of L. appear and all that's by far the big one? Some people will get get just a mild rash without true Stevens Johnson Syndrome. They're rare cases where liver function test may be elevated but seems to be rare. If if you start at a huge dose right away it can increase Xanthi levels in the urine theoretically there could be representing stones. But but I'm never seen it. So it's really the risk of Stevens Jackson that and do you have to use Allah pure. And how can you use you laurich or other drugs that also lower uric acid well xanten accidents inhibitors of the best because the way uric acid works to cause cardiovascular disease and kidney disease and in all these things appear to be through its actions inside the cell as we said works on my condron. It does all these things. It's not. It's work outside the cell so gout it is really an extra cellular deposition. But when you're thinking about uric acid and it's biologic effects that's an intracellular action so Hosanna in today's makes your gas it inside the cell. So one of the best ways to reduce interest sal. Uric acid is to give his anti oxidation. SASON heavier like for bucks stat now for boxes stat. I think it's probably just as good as Al Paranoia but there was a big clinical trial that was published in the New England Journal Journal. That showed that Alpine was associated with less cardiovascular risk than for boxes sat there seemed to be an increase cardiovascular events in the FA buxom stack group meaning less of a reduction or more events. Let's see the problem was it was no placebo group. Oh yeah that's a disaster. That's a disaster. This is the problem. Yes naproxen yeah. Yeah I mean so. The problem is ella colonels last than for boxes. But there's no placebo groups. Theoretically the Placebo Group would be could be higher in both could be higher than both. And there's actually evidence that that's probably true but because of the care study the way it was designed we don't know so the FDA DA is worried about giving boxes to people with cardiovascular problems because they would prefer to give Al Panel but the travelers. It's not not necessarily it for boxes. Debt is bad. It's just that it's not as good as Al Pure and it's like one hundred thousand times more expensive too. Although it's I think becoming generic Eric now so we may see a change in that. I believe it when I see it. And of course you trust the generics. But that's a whole separate issue exactly so what about Sodium restriction going back to how we started the discussion. I'll tell you a story from a male even told us on the podcast once before but in medical school I remember when we were doing renal physiology. We had a great in nephrology professor. Who is teaching something and I think he was quite ahead of his time because this was more than twenty years ago and he was not part of this salt is bad had bandwagon even though he was in Rajasthan in? I won't do it because I won't do it. Justice but in a beautiful southern accent he made the point that if you lined up all of the a net franz in the world all the functional units of the kidneys in the world from dumbest smartest and then all of the nephrologist in the world from dumbest two smartest. And you took that that dumbest neff Ron and put it next to the smartest nephrologist. It's still smarter. His point being of course like the kidney is a brilliant Oregon that is exceptional at auto regulation of everything from flow to house malaria to anti catiline exchange. Again his point being he didn't buy this argument. That salt is the problem. You're saying something much more nuanced than I wanNA Kinda go back to it because I think there are important clinical implications of it. You're saying Komo. Salt does play a role but it's dose timing. Bolas concentration that matters it can also be amplified or mitigated the state of inflammation. So how do you then translate that information to your patients acknowledging that they're a very select group of people by definition may have kidney disease or they wouldn't be seeing you so it's the combination of salt and water. So if you don't drink any water as you eat salt you're gonNA raise your serum sodium. You'RE GONNA they get thirsty and soon as you're thirsty you've triggered that in itself is a sign that you're already making fructose from the salt so when you eat salt. You're you're making fructose in your body and the fructose is then driving a lot of facts now. We know that high salt diets are associated with obesity. Not just best blood pressure. There are associated with the development of diabetes. There's many studies now but high salt looks like it works by producing fructose. So if you drink drink water with salt danger assault is much less if you drink water. And then you you're pretzel you would be safer than if you ate your pretzel and then drink the water better because it would triggers is the rice and salt and so when you see someone that clinic we try to do is to tell them to drink a lot of water and Dan to reduce their salt but it isn't the amount of salt. It's the balance of salt and water. Now that can be sometimes challenging for patients in kidney clinic because because that would be one population in which you do have to be mindful of volume right but most patients with chronic kidney disease they will excrete water normally or just minimally abnormal normal. And so there's actually clinical trials looking at the evidence that water may slow the progression of kidney disease. It might be working in part by blocking the effects of salt and so forth on the kidney and we experimentally show that giving water can slow kidney disease progression so drinking water turns turns out to be good. Here's another thing. It turns out that many animals use fructose to make fat as a means for making water. So when you make fat fat although there's no water stored in the fat. When they burned the fat they make water so Wales? Don't drink saltwater V. or fat because when they break down the factor making the water we call metabolic water so it turns out that fructose drives fat production and impart to preserve water. Not just energy edgy. So animals will use that fat to provide an energy source but also to provide water so it turns out that if you take an animal on fructose and you give it a lot of water. You can suppress some of the obesity. You can suppress some of the effects of Metabolic Syndrome and so the old wives tale that drinking six glasses of water a day is good to help keep you. Skinny is true. It turns out that water suppress some of the effects of fructose. And does it need to be water. Could be tea or coffee or something. That's equally the odds. Malaria waters what serum is about to eighty. Yep Okay so anything with Shirow is malaria. He's good enough. Yes technically a diet soda should have zero added work actually for the record you and I are sitting here drinking just plain walk right and diet. Sugars have their own issues. So we'll come back to that in a few seconds. That's interesting so rick you sort of you. Toss these little nuggets out there. Like they're nothing in but they sound again just based on this sort of breadth of research you put into this. It almost just seems too good to be true and so profound yet used sort of throw it out there like can after the fact. Well look as long as you drink enough water. And don't eat fructose and God forbid. Don't drink fructose manager uric acid levels etcetera etcetera. You make make it seem like a lot of problems could go away from these things. How would you shape that advice for someone with normal kidney disease a normal kidneys? Would you basically just say the same same thing or can you be less restrictive with sodium for example. If we could reduce our fructose intake. I think it would have a huge huge fact but the problem that most people people faces that sugar high fructose Corn Syrup are an almost everything so if you go to the supermarket like seventy percent of processed foods have sugar in it and package foods actually. Seventy percent of packaged foods. Have Sugar High. Fructose Corn Syrup is so it's very hard to avoid it and here's another problem. Our bodies can make for dose so our bodies as I mentioned. We can make fructose from a high salt diet. We can make fructose if we get dehydrated hydrated. We can make fructose high uric. ACID stimulates fructose production. And we're making the fructose out of glucose in situation high glycemic diets. Normally really. If you take an animal and you give it starch. They will not really get fat but we all know that French fries. which don't have sugar in it? They don't have fructose luke dose. They are fattening. But you've got potatoes. Which Raise Your Glucose and what we showed is that if you just give glucose to an animal the high glucose us as it hits the liver induces this enzyme to convert glucose fructose which I miss that? The Converts Glucose Tau redact taste so we took mice and we gave them glucose and we were thinking we might not see much because we were believing that fructose is the culprit but over time these animals really fat. They got insulin resistant. Everything but you had overfeed them glucose. The we put the glucose in drinking water so they were drinking a lot of glucose but they would eat less chow so we gave them Chow and glucose in their drinking water and Chow. Had it was normal. Child wasn't the high fat high sugar chow. No just regular and these animals start getting really really fat and when we looked at the Pardo vein which goes into the glucose levels were high and when we looked in the liver ver- we found that this enzyme was activated. It's also acted in diabetics for example because of the High Glucose in the blood and when that enzyme got activated it started to make fructose so even though these animals were eating no fructose. They were producing for dose in their liver. And then when we blocked there fructose metabolism. They're eating the same amount of glucose no change exactly the suddenly. They're not getting fat they have. I have no fatty liver. They're not insulin resistant. But this suggests rick that a diet in excess carbohydrate. Even if it's not high in sugar could lead to Fatty Audi.

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"rick johnson" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive

The Peter Attia Drive

15:14 min | 1 year ago

"rick johnson" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive

"The two look alike but when fructose is metabolized there's this process that causes the energy in the south to fall fall before it goes up so normally when you eat a calorie when you eat any kind of nutrient we use it to make energy. That's what we do but when you eat eight fructose the energy in the south false before it goes up it's the only nutrient that lowers energy in the south. Seem more what you mean by that. So we're talking about a cell in the liver for example. Yes I'm talking about the cells that metabolize the fructose okay. So we'll contrast it with Glucose so with glucose enters a cell it gets turned into Peru vate and ultimately. ATP is made so you're saying total energy goes up as a result of metabolising that glucose. So whenever you metabolize any kind of calorie any kind of food eat food you're going to metabolize it to make energy. That's what we do. We try to break down the food and we use it to make energy that energy is called. ATP ATP is the currency in our body that we a US to make us run walk. Think talk everything so the peace pretty critical but to make. ATP You have to spend a little of it to make it so the process of breaking down metabolising food or glucose or fructose or requires spending a little bit of ATP before you make it well what happens is when you metabolize glucose you do oh spend some ATP but the body has a system whereby feeds back to stop the process before any significant ATP ATP depletion occurs so for example. There's an enzyme called phosphor fructose kindness. That's used in glucose metabolism if ATP LEVELS LEVELS FALL THAT ENZYME GETS turned off to stop glucose metabolism to allow ATP levels to come back up but when fructose else's metabolize the enzyme that metabolize. Fructose is called fructose kindness. And when that metabolize fructose it consumes the. ATP IN AN UNREGULATED WAY. So if the SAL sees a Lotta fructose the P. levels can plummet by forty or fifty percent percent in the cell and that signals a huge number of effects throughout the body. It's like a mayday signal. It says we're under attack. We're running out of energy and switches the animal into a condition in which they're trying to preserve their energy so they reduce their metabolism a reduce their expenditure arresting the energy expenditure. They shot the energy that they're eating. The calories salaries are eating into fat and glycogen as opposed to making more. ATP They're trying to protect the body by putting you into a system where you try to store fuel it triggers hunger and thirst. That makes you wanNA eat more so you eat more to restore the energy but at expense that you're shutting much of it into fat and into fuel storage so fructose turns out to be used by animals as a mechanism to store fat. Normally animals will regulate their weight beautifully. They just maintain their weight. Normally if you take an animal and you put a tube down its throat and give it extra food to make a gain weight if you take the tube out the animal go right back to its normal weight if you start an animal and so it's below its normal. Wait and then you let it just eat. It will eat back to its regular weight but when it wants to gain fat it will do so usually through mechanism that involves fructose fructose. So what they do is they like a hibernating. Animal will start eating a lot of fruit in the fall to increase. Its weight and increase induces uses insulin. Resistance it gets hungry drops its metabolism. So that most of the energy at each goes into fat and same thing with the long distance migrating grading bird. They'll start eating fruit to get the fructose. And so this is a very common patter and it's driven by that. ATP EP depletion and this is distinct or in parallel of course to this year case mutation so they can you separate these two phenomenon in other words if you can and restore your a case to the non mutated version do you still have this problem around the ATP depletion yeah so the ATP depletion triggers a series of reactions and what happens with the key one is not only does ATP decrease in the SAL but intracellular intracellular phosphate also falls on that activates an enzyme called amp the anthonys that converts the broken down product of ATP pitches amp and it converts it to uric acid and that process has multiple steps. And we know that that whole pathways involved in the generation and stimulation of fat diet. Insulin resistance fatty liver elevations in blood pressure a variety of effects. The facts and that pathway is what seems to be critical for inducing obesity from sugar. Let's go through that again because that what you sort of talked about at the very end is effectively. The thesis of your book the Fat Switch. You explain what. ATP is a denizen Tri Phosphate in the tea. Of course dancer try or three phosphates. It's the liberation of a phosphate. That is the production of energy. So when you need to breathe you need to move when you need to do anything you have to turn a tee pee into a DP so the chemical reaction is dancing. TRIPHOSPHATE becomes a dennison. Di Phosphate one phosphate escapes. And that's what gives us the energy. Now that can happen again. A DP can lose lose one of its two remaining phosphates and become a. m. p. identifying mono phosphate which you said after is the really critical critical article piece of this. which is when you have a molecule of identity mono phosphate it stands at a proverbial fork in the road? It can either go down a path that is driven by something called a. m. p. k. or amp kind is or can go down the pathway of amp de now. Let's go back to this point because I again. It seems everything comes down to that choice. What happens if amp goes down the am PK pathway versus the amp deep? Pathway yeah so if it goes down the amp K.. Pathway it actually is burning energy. It's burning fat. It does a lot of really positive things if it goes down the aim PD. Pathway it goes down a fat storage urge pathway. So it's their exact kind of opposites. amp if you stimulate. It will cause insulin resistance and eventually diabetes whereas if few stimulate amp K.. You can actually use that. Med Forman to actually treat diabetes so that fork is critical. And what drives that switch. Is the fall in interest siler phosphate. And the reason that phosphate falls is because it's taken up in the fructose one phosphate are taken up by fructose. So so the fructose gets phosphor elated by the ATP and it becomes fructose one phosphate. That's equestrian phosphate and there. Is this process where both. ATP EP levels fall and interstellar phosphate falls in that triggers this aim PD pathway. And if we interrupt the pathway we can black a lot of metabolic effects do other animals also have this phenomenon. Oh yeah no we can show this. We actually showed it in hibernating squirrels so when a squirrel girl wants to gain weight it will activate the pathway for am PD when it's hibernating burning fat it activates the P K pathway athlete. I got it so even though humans are most close descendants in primates have the euro case mutation this ability to toggle goal between amp K.. And Ham PD is unique to any species that has the potential to gain weight and wants to use it to their advantage. I'll absolutely part of the pathway through which aim PD is working involves the generation of uric acid. So we know that the uric acid when it's going up inside the cell is doing all kinds of via logic effects in the aim. PD driving that there may be other things. Besides the uric acid so the hummingbird the squirrel can still store fat. They just don't get the bump in uric acid that comes with it because they don't have the euro case mutation. Well actually the Hummingbird does have the your case mutation or yeah. I don't know my evolution so breads HAB reply. Forget it it off. Yeah reptiles the case mutation even dinosaurs had the you're chasing sue the dinosaur tyrannosaurus rex. Actually she had got. I mean that's got to be. Why Renaissance Rex with so ordering because if you think of this is not rex? Great Toe I mean. That would be infuriating memory. Bronx Out there I think so. He's eating the broncos. Sorry sorry to get back into the minutia of this but I it's important. You still have to formulate glucose during its metabolism awesome. Why is it that the phosphorylation of Glucose during its metabolism to Peru doesn't result in a strong enough drop in intracellular phosphate to cause the same problem because has reaction stops whenever there's The phosphate and ATP levels start dropping a little bit about auto regulatory thing with the regulatory thing with the enzyme stops functioning it's inhibited and then allows the ATP levels stay normal so here's a really cool foul up of this and added. Sugar is much more likely to cause obesity if you drink it rather than if you eat it and the reason for that is. Is that when you drink a drink. That has fructose in it. We tended drink a lot in a short period of time. So if you have a soft drink you can drink now. Why does it have a lot of sugar? But we tend to drink it fast and so the concentration of fructose turns out to be high when it gets to the liver and it's the concentration that triggers this reaction so if the concentration of fructose is really low the ATP Pete Depletion may not be significant to drive dramatic metabolic effects but if the concentration fructose is really high. Then you're GONNA get a big big metabolic effect so eating like a candy bar where it's coming with lots of fat. Lots of glucose lots of all sorts of things lots of protein gene. You know if it's like a snickers bar in its got nuts or whatever even if it's the same amount of fructose even if you're talking about twenty five grams of fructose versus twenty five grams of fructose. There's you would drink very quickly. You're saying equal amounts of fructose can produce a different effect if both the speed and the concentration with which they arrive at deliver liver are different. Yeah it's the amount it's the speed and it's ultimately how rapidly it's absorbed so if you drink something if you take a lot of fructose like I mean candy is very concentrated fructose. I mean if you eat that for example Empty stomach that will be absorbed faster than you eat it with oatmeal. L. Or something. You know where there's five or and so forth and so the speed of absorption the makes a difference so for example if I was working for a High Fructose Corn Syrup Company and I wanted to prove that a soft drink wasn't bad. I could do a study where I would give the soft drinks. It's two people but I would give it over. You're only allowed to make a tiny sip every ten minutes. So takes you three hours to drink soft drink in that case the amount even though you drinking a lot the concentration may never be never let the phosphate depletion get significant difficult enough in magnitude that it really triggers amp. Yes that's it you know. It's really interesting. I think of all the sugar. The PRO sugar studies. I've read they are funded by the sugar industry. I don't think I've ever dug into the methodology to look at factors like that specifically. Well the other issue is thank you. Just take a single dose of fructose. Most of the metabolic effects are best. Seen like in the first four hours following the ingestion so the triglycerides strides go up and the uric acid goes up. The blood pressure goes up. But if you just do a single dose study if you then look the following morning or or the effects of now kinda come back down then you can't really show it in a lot of these studies. They design it that way so they say a high. Fructose doesn't raise uric eric acid but we measured it after fasting overnight but the surgeon uric acid occurred earlier. So that's the common trick so all these things you're talking about with. Fructose seem to fit almost directly into the five characteristics of Metabolic Syndrome which are elevated glucose. So that insulin resistance we'd be manifested is elevated glucose elevated blood pressure elevated waist waist circumference of storage fat elevated triglycerides. What you just said and the only one we didn't address is low? HDL L. Cholesterol which is the fifth finding that now. Of course three out of those five or sufficient to put you in the category but fructose does all five. What is the mechanism by? So you've already ready described the mechanism by which it does three of them we alluded loosely to how it raises triglycerides. But I'd like to talk about that more and then of course I'd like to hear how it lowers. HDL cholesterol draw. Okay so the uric. Acid generated by fructose has a very pronounced effect to stimulate oxidative stress. 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"rick johnson" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive

The Peter Attia Drive

13:13 min | 1 year ago

"rick johnson" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive

"He's and an problems as well. So you don't WanNa be extreme on either end especially as you get older this whole thing's kind of such a it's a real clinical mystery in some ways still because in medical school we learn about this term called essential hypertension which is kind of a wastebasket term for hypertension or high blood pressure for which. We don't have an obvious cause the problem is in so having sort of that. wastebasket term would be okay if it accounted for the minority of cases. But then you get to the clinic and you realize everybody everybody walking around with high blood pressure basically getting labelled as having quote unquote essential hypertension. So it really is this epidemic without a clear description. And we're going to come to a lot of reasons that I mean I think you have arguably one of the most compelling cases for what is at the root of hypertension but for people listening to this for doctors is listening to this. Who treat hypertension? I feel it. We just haven't made much progress in the twenty years. Since I've been out of medical school there have been some real breakthroughs in the understanding of of primary hypertension. Just in the last five ten years. And there's two major aspects I can talk about the first one is that it does appear appeared. That salt really is important. And one of the key discoveries was that the kidneys are often normally handle assault fine but they develop our choir a change in the kidneys that lead them to hold onto sodium and the mechanism has been uh identify. Just in the last few years it's due to the fact that there's an inflammatory inflammation that occurs in the kidney and and that inflammation which is driven by t cells and macrophages causes a constriction of the blood vessels that leads to low. Oh Greatest Kimia in the kidney and that Escambia can translate into increased sodium absorption which then leads to high serum sodium and the effects is there a correlation between serum sodium and blood pressure across normal physiologic ranges of say one thirty five to one forty five mil equivalents for leader. Yeah I believe so I naturally I can quote the paper but yes. I think that's true. So what you're saying is in people with high blood pressure that's otherwise wise viewed as quote unquote essential. There's an inflammatory. Response mediated by both t cells and macrophages that injures the kidney schematically schematically meaning it for the listener that result in reduced blood flow and tissue damage due to reduced blood flow and reduced oxygen. And it's that injury that then leads to do a Barent retention of sodium so there's actually been really a lot of studies looking at the mechanism of inflammation and originally. It looked like it was people thought it might might be a reactive response of the kidney so we think that there may be external stimuli that initially cause a decrease in blood flow to the kidney like sympathetic nervous system response you can do it. Translated by giving medicines or drugs that can cause a constriction of blood vessels. When you do that you get gather? Transient reduction blood flow. To the kidney that induces an inflammatory response that then causes persistent reduction in blood flow. And what we've learned in the the last few years and I'm an author in one of these studies is that this inflammatory reaction can actually be an autoimmune reaction and we've even identified certain proteins that there's an auto immune response to in one is a heat shock protein. You can actually create high blood pressure in animals by inducing an immune response response to this and you can black the immune response and black the high blood pressure and and now there's even data showing that in humans that there's evidence for for an auto immune response to heat shock proteins and people with essential hypertension. which is not to say heat shock proteins necessarily bad because so many of the benefits we get out of Sauna or exercise may be transmitted through these? But you're saying a subset of people where the heat shock protein itself becomes the night for inflammation via an autoimmune mechanism. Yes yes oh heat shock proteins or great just as you say they do all these really good things but what happens is they're involved in the clearance of MIS folded proteins and they're right helping keep a clean system but what happens is when you trigger injury to the kidney for example these heat shock proteins get produced to help help fix problems but the immune system can sometimes get confused and make an immune response that actually is against the heat shock proteins. And when that that happens you can develop high blood pressure in the animal. And there's some evidence for it in humans so anyway. So that's one of the big breakthroughs has been the discovery that inflammation inflammation in the kidney can be a mechanism for triggering. Persistent elevations in blood pressure and probably has a big role in the cause of primary hypertension inch before you go on Rick. How prevalent do you think that particular mechanism is that you just elucidated? Let's very major. In fact we've even looked at genetic polymorphisms presumes that link with the development of primary hypertension and most of them are involved with the immune response. And it looks like this is a major pathway. This creates a bit of a quandary for someone WHO's trying to rid themselves of hypertension. Because wouldn't the implication of this be that exercise or things like exercise that induce heat shock proteins may paradoxically increase their hypertension. I don't think so so. Hypertension is kind of a complicated pathway. So there's several different aspects but exercises sizes extremely good for improving Mida conrail function improving the ability for your blood vessels to dilate. It improves kidney function function. The benefits of exercise are so much greater and releasing heat shock proteins that really occurs with. I don't know if it's just general. Exercise would have a big effect heat shock proteins as you're saying basically the net effect of exercises still going too far outweigh. Yes absolutely. But I'd like right to get back to this the link between salt and sugar if I could okay because there is this data as I say that salt. When it increases the Syrup Sodium is what drives the cute blood pressure response and when the kidneys have trouble getting rhys all? It's easier to get that effect with assault but even with a normal person you can with normal blood pressure you can raise their blood pressure. Transient Louis by giving giving them salt and you can block it by giving water. Interestingly in the process of developing high blood pressure there's the initiators and then there's the things that make it persistent and the inflammation in the kidney is involved in the persistence but what is involved in. The initiation turns turns out that sugar has a major role and what we discovered. Is that when you give a high salt diet to animals walls that the high salt increases the serum sodium and the serum sodium when it goes up it activates an enzyme that Converts Glucose which is in our blood and our tissues to fructose and that conversion to fructose is driven even by a high salt diet. And it's driven by an increase in serum is morality or increase in Serum Sodium. Once the fructose is made aide in the body so this is not fructose. Coming from the Diet this is made in the body. The fructose gets metabolize and raises blood pressure and when we gave high salt to animals they developed an increase in blood pressure and they also were making fructose and when we block black the metabolism of fructose. We actually black the rise in blood pressure as well as the hypertrophy of the heart. So let's pause for a moment I've had rob west on on the podcast before so anyone who's listened to that will be familiar with what fructose is. What glucose is what sugar is? All of these things became you spend one minute just defining defining these things for people who listened to that podcast sure so there's different types of sugar and the main one that we call blood. Sugar is glucose and this is the primary sugared that our body uses to make energy. It's the main sugar that's used to make energy and it can be stored in the tissues as glycogen and when that's too high. We call it diabetes. When the blood glucose is too low it's hypoglycemia? Yeah and so glucose is like the principal energy fuel carbohydrate fuel that we use as you said we store lots of it in our muscles once it gets the muscles. It can't get out and we store maybe a quarter to a third of it in our liver and that's mostly there to buffer the blood supply in particular the brain. What is Glucose macos taste? Like a pure drink of glucose people like it animals like it but it isn't as sweet as classics sugar but it is often very very much like by animals. Humans like it you can buy these dextrose pops and stuff like that. dextrose is another word for glucose and also the kidneys Store glycogen and Produce Glucose to the second type of sugar is fructose and the best way to think of fructose is is it is a fuel first off. It's present in fruit but it turns out to be the sugar that is involved in energy storage rather than energy production. And so when you eat glucose you use that to produce energy but when you eat fructose it will actually trigger changes in the body that will favor the storage of energy and this is the sugar that animals use to store energy so in the store in the way of fat in the way glycogen Leica Gin and all those kinds of anything that will facilitate starring. Energy is done by fructose. Fructose and glucose if you're looking at pictures of them in a Biochemistry Book Look Pretty Similar. They're both ringed carbon structures. They both have six carbons one of them has a firing versus six ring. But you know it's sort interesting to think that molecules that look almost identical. With the exception of a couple of bonds different can have quite different properties now for tos tastes a lot sweeter as well. Oh yes in so. Fructose is like in honey and fruits and then that's right so it tastes a lot sweeter and the other thing is if you mix the fructose and Glucose coast together you can get what's called high fructose Corn Syrup and at their bound together you get table sugar so table. Sugar are sucrose is is one molecule of glucose and fructose bond together and that occurs in nature in sugar cane and beets and things like that and Maple Syrup and things like that right so just to clarify for everybody we when we get a little comfortable with this terminology. Throw the word sugar around quite liberally but it's always important for people to think I think when we talk about sugar we could be talking about Blood Sugar Glucose. We could be talking about fructose by itself. oftentimes when we talk about sugar in diets. We're talking talking about added sugars such as the sucrose high fructose corn syrup. You just alluded to. I want to go back to what you just said about the ability of fructose to store something but but if you don't mind can we do it through the Lens of a beautiful story that you've written about in the past about a mutation that basically allowed that to happen this thing that it took place about twelve to fifteen million years ago share so fructose again is A. It's an fruit and many many animals. Use News fructose is a means is their primary nutrient or and also as a way to help store fat and for example Animals animals before they hibernate will often eat lot of ripe fruit and the ripe fruit gives them the sugar that allows them to store fat and Ranga. Tang's will eat huge amounts of fruit at one setting to try to increase their body fat and we don't get fat from eating fruit but that's because we eat tart fruit that that has less sugar content and we tend to only a few fruit whereas if reacts you drink fruit juice that large amounts of fruit juice can actually increase so anyway so fruit is a nutrient that is used by animals to help store fat so if you go back about twenty million years ago the very first fossil apes show up in the world and they show up in west Africa and the original one was called proconsul saw where they were living in about. Twenty two million years ago and they were these. Apes were big breakthrough in evolution because the prior the monkees were had already been around. But these these were bigger creatures. The apes were they had bigger brain size..

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One dead after fiery hit-and-run crash in Kirkland

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

One dead after fiery hit-and-run crash in Kirkland

"At at least least one one person person has has died died in in a a crash crash just off for five in Kirkland goals sewer Mero tells us the one hundred and twenty eight exits from the freeway are still closed for the investigation to patrol trooper Rick Johnson says it started off as a hit and run driver heading north on floral five just south of the one twenty eighth exit in totem lake reported getting hit from behind by a white van that running vehicle fled the scene exited the left side of it to one twenty eight and one across the intersection at the top of the ramp and struck a wall he says the van and burst into flames the driver did not survive debris from the van hitting the wall did fall on to at least one car on the freeway below but Johnson said no one was hurt the driver of the first car involved in a hit and run also was not seriously hurt

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"rick johnson" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"rick johnson" Discussed on KOMO

"Year Charlie harder come on the last call mom says five six and ten year old daughters were dropped more than four miles from home by their school bus driver who said who she says then refused to take them back to school girls got help to call the school from workers at a nearby Fred Meyer store that Rebecca Horton says they told her right I thought I was never see you again six year old to call public schools says the driver for first student was a substitute who violated his training and won't drive in Tacoma again a spokesperson says there's just no way to defend what happened one person is dead following what's being described as a crash involving a wrong way driver on five twenty in Bellevue late this morning trooper creek in Rick Johnson with the Washington state patrol says a man driving a Chevy truck the wrong way on the eastbound side of the road hit a motorcycle near ninety second the truck continues traveling the wrong way and ended up on the shoulder of the eastbound lanes just east of eighty four the motorcycle rider was killed in the crash which closed the road for more than two hours at last check investigators still trying to figure out what happened it is time eight thirty four triple a traffic every ten minutes on the force used channel Fulton in one still still watching a crash on southwest California it's got the north bound right lane open but the southbound lanes as well as the northbound left plane are still closed because of the crash with emergency crews there on the scene in seatac watch for crash on the highway five eighteen ramp to southbound five it's got the ramp backed up any can't we're still want you could still on south on highway one sixty seven just before two seventy seven street blocking the left lane traffic is just a solid breakout from eighty fourth Avenue south of the scene our next come all traffic at eight forty four general o'donnell has the forecast hi everybody is porn back it's out there in some spots expect more the same into our Friday night it will be what it.

"rick johnson" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive

The Peter Attia Drive

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"rick johnson" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive

"And rick johnson actually has a paper that in the new england journal medicine that goes through this case rix on some some really interesting work you talked about the out of africa migration rix looked at the euro case mutation that occurred after we so one civilization sation left africa to go to europe it turned out that this mutation of euro case allowed us to store much more energy in the form of fat from fructose and and one of the byproducts of that is generating uric acid but this became really a beneficial mutation to acquire because fruit is at its ripest in the fall so it's gonna abi sweetest so you could actually really eat a ton of fruit and actually store it as energy in the form of fat and you generate your gas it along the way and it seems that only the subset of our ancestors of the primates that developed that mutation were able to survive these european winters and then come back to africa and so he argues. I i think convincingly although i haven't had him on the podcast yet to go into this in gory detail but talk with them about this tonnon read his papers that it was this ability to actually turn fructose through through developer genesis into fat as a byproduct to generate uric acid. That's actually what allowed us to come back to africa to have survived a european winter and then typically proliferate so this ability to to generate uric acid is not unique to all species. It's something quite unique to those came from the lineage of of having to survive basically cold winter without much food. Hey a peter real quick before i forget is speaking of energy output the other thing that you see an insulin resistant individuals especially south asians is when you compare them when you actually put them through exercise testing.

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"rick johnson" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"rick johnson" Discussed on KOMO

"Stay informed the com au afternoon news for to Friday afternoon into downtown Seattle with the sunshine at seventy four degrees finally said Jaffe with Rick fansites and here the top stories from the come out twenty four seven news center with no I ninety closures for the blue angels this weekend traffic on the bridge should be fine however state patrol has another concern as como su Romero explains no matter where people are when they hear them coming not even from behind the wheel you know that's right right we'll probably do it king says he's also concerned that drivers on the I ninety bridge will stop to watch when the blue angels are flying even though it's not allowed Romero como news a contractor caring for fed ex had a truck go up in flames on highway one sixty seven this morning trooper Rick Johnson says it happened near Auburn loaded with boxes you know cardboard boxes and packages he says by the way that they nobody was hurt but a representative for fed ex says that if you were expecting a package that was on board fed ex will reach out to you they say you should contact the person or company that ship the package to you and get the claims process started but not everybody now is if they have an acct package coming but when it does expect that crews are hard at work for modeling the Seattle center area and is come was Charlie harder tells us things look a lot different inside they say this is a milestone the inside is completely gutted and it's Ken Johnson from the oak view group describes in a web video this is where things start to get exciting when they did they stand in ninety five be on there right now that's why the buildings doubling and square footage a massive teal colored.

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"rick johnson" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"rick johnson" Discussed on KOMO

"Statute of limitations for crimes against adults twenty years. Today's Bill signing is set for ten thirty state lawmakers have just passed another Bill designed to protect orcas on Thursday. The legislature passed Bill fifteen seventy eight to help protect our orca whales from an oil spill right now, we're told there are seventy five orcas left, traveling between Washington and British Columbia that Bill requires oil. Tankers and barges have a tugboat escort them through the straits of the San Juans the thinking is that if a ship or barge gets in trouble that tugboat can quickly tow it to safer places, and instead of risking it running aground and causing an oil spill that Bill is in response to the recommendations by these southern resin orca task force. Our state is actually a hub for moving oil here on the west coast most errands on expect more patrols out on Washington's highways tomorrow as officers watch for those celebrating for twenty. Here's trooper Rick Johnson any kind of impairment, obviously, you know, we're continuously looking for. But I mean, this is historically a day that cannabis is celebrated. I guess if you wanna call it that the last time April twentieth fell on a Saturday increases in collisions nationwide resemble the level seen after a Super Bowl more roadwork is planned for the weekend through downtown Seattle. Komo's Brian Calvert tells us you should expect several lane and ramp closure on. Near I five last year when we heard the phrase revive I five you learned to associate with closures along northbound I five well this year that same phrase now means.

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"rick johnson" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"rick johnson" Discussed on KOMO

"Five twenty this morning trooper Rick Johnson says a woman was seen running around in the westbound lanes grabbing at passing cars near montlake see told the trooper that there was a victim. Shooting in a vehicle, which I'm not sure they heard Jack words, but where we ended up responding to counting. This victim is eastbound on the west high rise of state route five twenty two he was in the driver's seat. And there was a bullet hole in the windshield. The woman was taken to Harborview as a precaution. Still waiting for updates. Their King County sheriff's deputy was hit by a driver in a stolen car in white center. Last night. That's happened near one hundred seven th and sixteen th avenue southwest the deputies. Okay. The drivers still on the run. Investigators say after hitting the patrol car, the car sped away fast, then crashed and burst into flames. Washington state patrol plans to nearly double the size of governor Jay Inslee, traveling security detail as he runs for president the cost would be more than four million dollars over two years. The Seattle times reports that the state patrol plans to assign six additional troopers sergeant and Lieutenant to the executive protection unit the unit previously has consisted of eight troopers and one sergeant the state patrol tells the times Inslee. Did not ask for the extra security instead WSB made the call after talking to other states that have had governors run for president during a recent campaign trip to Iowa Ensley said he would not offer to reimburse the state for the extra security costs saying under state law. The governor must have security for all his or her travels under any circumstances. Frank lenzi. Komo news turning general William Barr says special counsel Robert Muller, did not find evidence that president Donald Trump's campaign conspired or coordinated with Russia to influence the two thousand sixteen presidential election. But the question of whether President Trump obstructed Justice has not been finalized. Komo's Carleen Johnson has reaction democratic lawmakers say they want a full and complete look at Miller's findings and they're dismissing bars summary is incomplete seizing on a line in that summary that says Muller's report does not exonerate the president when it comes to the obstruction of Justice issue. This is democratic congressman Denny heck I've read the letter which I think it's important to remind people was written by attorney general bar. Political appointee of the president and not special counsel Muller. So it raises I think just as many questions as you might. Well, imagine different perspective from former house oversight committee chair Republican Jason Fitz on FOX this morning based on this report and the full total complete. Exoneration of the president of the United States is is it's as if Donald Trump one hundred million to nothing Democrats say they're ready to issue subpoenas to get the full report if it is not released. Carleen Johnson, KOMO news. A Bill in Olympia would make changes for restraining orders. When accused person owns a gun under house Bill seventeen eighty six. If a protection order requires the defendant who owns a weapon to turn it in. The Persian must do it immediately upon being served. Current law gives a person up to five days to surrender that weapon domestic violence survivor. Trees Todd spoke in favor of the Bill since I fled Tennessee to escape my abusive has all those years ago. I have committed myself to doing everything I can to help prevent other people from experiencing what I did the Bill was approved by the state house earlier this month. The public library in this Washington city just went blue as officials they're trying to combat a drug problem. Komo's Brian Calvert. With more it's been done in other parts of the country. But most customers don't seem to get those blue lights. It's easier.

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"rick johnson" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"rick johnson" Discussed on KOMO

"On state route five twenty stay for a state trooper Rick Johnson said this happened about five ten this morning. This morning of eight female running in alert lanes and trying to grab on the cars. Westbound five twenty I believe in the area of she told him someone had been shot in a car on the eastbound side of the bridge about mid span and a man was found dead in the driver's seat. A bullet hole through the windshield right now, investigators are processing seen as if this were a homicide, but it may have been a suicide more on the impact. It's having on AAA traffic with Kierra in just a moment. And then I'm Brian Calvert with the local man who still on board the Vikings sky, and what he remembers the day, all four engines died and now here is that promised report with Kierra Jordan on KOMO news at ten four with our police investigation. Still blocking eastbound five twenty approaching the water in the right lane. We continue to fight a solid backup from I five and this has been going on the five o'clock hour that it's been blocked southbound I five because of this is struggling from Northgate. So I'm still going to advise you these southbound ninety nine instead it will save you time though, it is. A bit busy around eighty fifth. We've been working with a crash into coma. Northbound I five approaching river road. It was blocking two lanes at one point. Everything's now over on the shoulder, but this is causing a heavy slowdown from highway sixteen northbound I five also busy in Seattle from Michigan to Seneca. Northbound one six seven hitting the brakes from one hundred eighty at the four zero five northbound four or five is still slow through Renton southbound four or five working with scattered slowing out of Bothell. And again in Kirkland, our next traffic at ten fourteen.

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"rick johnson" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"rick johnson" Discussed on KOMO

"The president's state of the union. The grades and media of Bantu where everyone played their parts where there were a few exclamation point. Stacey Abrams was among them. But so was Donald Trump in term of what he was able to actually produce in regards to the people that he brought there tonight from our partner station, caveat hosts John Carlson, talked about the president's approach to the wall in the state of the union. I love how he didn't give an inch on the issue of the southern border. But instead of just reciting lines that basically motivate and inspire the base. You could tell you talking to middle America making the case for crying out loud. What will you have a strong border yellow? When you don't. And look what happens when you do citing the example of El Paso, snow snows caused a lot of YouTube spin out or even wreck, and that's kept the state patrol very busy since this winter blast began troopers responded to nearly six hundred incidents in King County alone contributor, Rick Johnson says that number doesn't even include county sheriff or city police numbers some cities from November to March. And so I think it's partly an issue of not familiar with driving in these conditions. He says there hasn't been any one particular area. That's been hard hit as rector happening. All over the county and more snow is on the way. Jeff Pohjola, KOMO news. While there is a lull in the weather. I'd Napa there's no arrests for transportation crews clearing, the snowy roads, Seattle King County and the state departments of transportation coordinate plants every year for snow. Dave mccormick. With state DOT says now they're asking drivers to take advantage of traffic maps, give yourself plenty of time and drive for the conditions. Help. Mitigate traffic over the last week. We're open for your patience and asking you to do that again. Storm comes.

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"rick johnson" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive

The Peter Attia Drive

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"rick johnson" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive

"The Triggs actually remained surprisingly high seventy six milligrams per deciliter. Again, we generally like to see triglycerides below a hundred, but I was sorta surprised that they weren't lower and also has surprised that the v. LDL cholesterol wasn't a bit lower. The l. particle number did go down a little bit. Probably two more. What I think my baseline is, which is about eight hundred and the small particles sort of return to what I think my baseline is interestingly, the cholesterol content of the small. LDL particle fell to quite low levels, which is nice. That's a, you know, that's sort of a marker. We care a lot about and the HDL particle number also went down quite a bit. The inflammatory numbers got as good as they get typically. So very low fi Brennan Jin CRP. This is a very sensitive essay. So a point point, four is pretty low and an ox. The thirty one is is righteous as the kids would say, uric acid just skyrocketed eight point zero. I was like, wow, that is something else again. Now you're actually getting to a point where he, you know, if if you get your guys too much higher than that, you actually are running the risk of having a got attack, and you could certainly say that well, and to be honest with you, I actually have some speculations on why that happened, but I'm actually need to reach out to Rick Johnson who's the world's expert on uric acid to to pick his brain on this because I think he would have more more interesting assessment. I mean, I'll give you what my very crude assessment is. I my crude assessment is there was probably some muscle. Breakdown, and it was just you're seeing an increase in DNA turnover and you're seeing Perama deans, pyramid, Denes, etcetera. Going up. And those things as a byproduct will generate more uric acid. So we know what it wasn't right. It was not an increase in fructose consumption. It was not an increase in ethanol consumption, and it was not an increase in exile protein consumption. Those are the three things that far and away Dr uric acid more than anything else. So my only explanation is this just a huge turnover of DNA and the backbone of DNA is one of the things that when it's broken down leads to this by product of uric acid. In fact, it made me wonder if could uric acid levels or changes in your acid levels, be a small part of the signature of tough. Gee, we might be interested in and the reason I don't think it's just dysfunctioning. Metabolism is the home assistant went back down. You see if the home assisting had gone from eleven to fourteen, I'd say something's wrong there, but the homeless teen actually corrected and yet the uric acid. To a level that I've never seen before and myself. So kind of interesting. The blood urea nitrogen went down to twelve, which, again, that makes sense in the context of there's no protein coming in..

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