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"roselle" Discussed on Criminal
"We weren't sure what was going on. Of course we just walked for a while and then suddenly we heard that freight train waterfall sound again. We thought that probably it was our tower and david back in. Dd saw dust cloud coming from our tower and he told me there was another desk cloud coming. It was pretty confined so we moved to the side out of the way of most of it kind of hunkered down and waited for the knows everything to subside and once it did then we stood up. David looked back and he said. Oh my god mike. There's no world trade center anymore. And i said what do you see and you said all i see your fingers of fire and flame hundreds of feet tall and pillar smoke. It's gone it's not there. Michael says his heart broke. He thought about the people still in the tower stairwell that he in roselle had just come down. We stood there a moment. And then i tried to call my wife karen on the phone this time i was able to get through. And she's the one who i told us how terrorists had hijacked two aircraft and crashed them into the towers one into the pentagon and a fourth was still missing over pennsylvania. That was the first time we really knew what had happened. Michael and david were exhausted. They needed to find somewhere to go and went to the apartment of one of david's friends. I couldn't really relax I needed to get home. I need to be with karen and we were still clearly in shock. That was about one thirty in the afternoon so really. It wasn't until. I got home. That i was able to. Just slow down and start to truly think about it. How was roselle when you got home. I mean imagine. She was then just exhausted. She she was great was just another day at the office for rozelle. Obviously a little bit different but she did exactly what she was supposed to do. I did ask the people from guide dogs for the blind a couple of days later. The veterinarians will this affect. And what i was told was a well i was. I asked the question. Did anything hit her with which she heard in any way and i said no and they said no probably a one a factor at all because dogs don't do if nothing bothered her specifically she focused and did exactly what she was supposed to do and when it was over for her it was over for her so they don't go back and think about. Oh my gosh. What if. I didn't do this or what might happen to me. It's done and the proof. The best proof. I can give of that. Is that when we did get home that night. I took her harness off expected to take her outside but she immediately ran off grabbed. Her favorite rope bone started playing tug of war with by retired. Guy dog lenny. And so they started playing to trust an animal in an emergency is remarkable thing. The trust that that you had for roselle and the job that she was going to do well. I believe that it's true. Dogs do love unconditionally. But they don't trust unconditionally The difference between dogs and people his bid we've mostly kind of learned in society not to trust which is extremely unfortunate because what it also has caused us to be not open to trust. I think dogs do not necessarily trust instantly and totally. But they're open to the idea of trust and so. When i began working with roselle justice two years ago i began working with alamo. My eighth guy dog. We had to form that relationship. And i think it takes a year before we truly get to the point where we know. What each other's thinking. If you will where in every sense of the word we create a team that is that close knit and can work that well together and that trusts each other completely so i have learned from working with a number of guide dogs. That absolutely it's about trust and that we can trust each other. So what. I what. I learned with roselle. Was that level of trust so it was second nature in was automatic to do that. It's it's no more amazing than it should be for anyone but most of us has as pet owners. We love our animals. We love our pets and so on but to we really trust them a more important. We really understand them. Have we taken the time to develop the kind of relationship with them. That results in a complete and total. Two-way trust. I think mostly we don't see that we see it with good guy dog user teams but i think something that more people could learn to do and it would help them in their human human existence as well michael in roselle continued to work together and then in two thousand and four roselle got sick. She contracted a disease called. Immune mediated thrombosis pedia. Something that both humans and canines can catch and typically it's caused by either A genetic issue or by ingesting toxins which of course she did on september eleventh. And that's why we think that she caught the disease. Don't know but that's what we're sticking with our our thinking on it. They were able to treat the disease for several years until march of two thousand seven when roselle retired. She spent her retirement at home relaxing with michael and karen. In june of two thousand eleven michael wrote on his website. I have the solemn obligation to inform you that my hero guide dog roselle passed away last evening. I'm sad of course. Because i'll miss roselle very much. At the end of the post he addresses roselle. He writes help us to be better people in dogs. But.
"roselle" Discussed on Criminal
"It so we ran west on fulton street and almost immediately were engulfed in the dust cloud all of the dirt and the debris in the fine particles of tower two breaking up in collapsing. We knew we had to get out of that. Dust cloud and so as we were running. I told roselle right right. Because we're running on next to a building on our right. And i wanted to find the first opening and go into the building. I was giving her hand signals and speaking as loud as i could. I don't know whether she could hear me over the noise. I don't know whether she could see my hand signals but suddenly on my right hand side. I heard an opening but obviously roselle knew what i wanted. She turned right into that opening. She took one step and she stopped and she would not move. Come on rebel. keep going. She wouldn't move. I realized you know first of all run with ellen. The rest will take care of itself but more important i realized. Maybe she's doing her job. So i investigated with a handle on the wall and stuck got a foot and discover that we were at the top of a flight of stairs. She indeed was doing exactly what she had been trained to do and no matter what i said. She was using the system that we call intelligent disobedience. She wasn't going to let us fall down the stairs. She stopped and she waited until she got the appropriate command to walk forward and go down the stairs before we went downstairs. She got a hug and then we went down the stairs. I told her forward and we went down the stairs. We walk down two flights and we found ourselves in this little subway. Entrances the little arcade entrance to the fulton street subway station. At that time. Michael hurt a woman on the ground asking for help. She said she couldn't see her eyes. Were full of dirt and debris and she was scared she was gonna fall onto the subway tracks. I reached out and took her arm. I said hey. Don't worry My name's mike. By the way. I happen to be blind but i also you're about ten feet away from the stairs going down your safe. Try to clear out your eyes on. What's your name. And she introduced herself and we stood there and she. She talked a little bit then. This guy comes up from the subway system into our area and he said that his name was lou. He was an employee of the subway system. And he said. I will take you down to an employee locker room. There were about eight or nine of us there. He saw take you down to an employee locker room where you can sit. There are benches there's water fountain and so on and.
"roselle" Discussed on Criminal
"We'll be right back. Support for criminal comes from better health online counseling. If you're feeling anxious stressed or overwhelmed try better help better help will assess your needs and match you with your own. Licensed professional therapist. You can log into your account anytime and send a message to your counselor. Plus you can schedule weekly video or phone sessions at your own convenience. Our podcast is sponsored by better help and our listeners. Get ten percent off their first month of online therapy at better health dot com slash criminal. That's better each yield dot com slash criminal get matched with a better help therapist and get started. We got to the thirty first floor. David was on the thirtieth floor and he said hey. I'm on the thirtieth floor. Everything is clear by the way. Firefighters are coming up the stairs. I can see him. Everyone moved to the side and give them a place to go by. And i went on down to where david was and i said so. What do you see. And he said they're carrying oxygen cylinders. Fire axes shovels and all the things that they need to fight the fire and about that time the first guy got to us and he stopped and he stopped right in front of me and he said speaking very loud. Hey buddy you okay and did. He need to speak that. Allow no 'cause blind people don't see but we do here but i said no i'm fine. Don't worry about it. Well that's really nice. We're going to send somebody down the stairs. Which to make sure you get out and i said i really don't need any help going down the stairs. I just came down from the seventy eighth floor. We're going on down and he said that's really nice but we're going to send somebody which blindness doesn't make me incapable of walking downstairs. Typically what people do if they're gonna try to help a blind person as they grab your arm. Are they want you to grab their elbow. Which is fine if i need guiding but then when we get to stairs they kind of lift you up so that you don't fall down the stairs. You can't get lots going on stairs. And there's no greater likelihood that i'm gonna fall on the stairs if i'm using a dog or a cane then a sighted person who's gonna fall on the stairs but this gentleman insisted that he had to help and i finally said i've got my guide. Dog roselle here. we're doing fine. We really don't need help and he said again. Well that's really nice but we're going to send somebody would you. What a nice dog you got. And he starts putting roselle and it wasn't the time to give him a lecture about. Don't peta guy dog and harness. The dog is working. It also wasn't the time to give them a lecture blindness. Is the problem misconception. That's the problem. So finally though i had to get him to allow us to go on and him to do his job. I said look. I've got my friend. David here who can see and we're working well together. So he turns david. You're with him and david goes. Yeah le- maloney's good. And so he well. That's really nice. And he gave roselle a few more pets than roselle gave him some kisses and on up the stairs he went and we continue down and by the way then. David reassumed his scouting position. Floor below us and again started shouting up what he saw on the stairs when we got to the twenty sixth floor. David said people are passing bottles of water. Somebody opened a water vending machine and We'll mike op bring you a bottle what we're passing bottles if anybody needs water so david brought up a bottle and rosa was getting pretty thirsty with all the people around and we gave roselle some water. We made our hands into kind of cups as much as we could and she got water. We got water and then david reassumed his position and we went on down the stairs. Michael says that more and more firefighters passed to them. He says that sometimes the people in the stairwell would break into applause for the firefighters. Going up the closer. They got to the bottom. The faster michael wanted to go but it was now very crowded with people. Evacuating on the right side and firefighters. Coming up on the left. Finally michael was on the second floor and her david call out that he was on the first floor. David yelled up the sprinklers. Were on and that. Michael should be prepared to run through water. We got to the first floor and it was very noisy. The i described the the curtain is kind of a waterfall. it sounded like a waterfall. And i've been around. Waterfalls sounded like a little waterfall or maybe a decent size one. But there's a lot of water that was coming down right in front of me. I picked up rozelle's harness. I told her to go forward. Used a command called hop up which is to speed up and pay attention and we ran through. The water came out the other side into the lobby of one world trade center. Michael told roselle. She done a great job. She rubbed her cheek against his hand. And then david said to michael. Let's go this guy. Runs up to us and he introduces himself as somebody from the fbi and he would get us where we need to go. My first question was what's going on and he said well. There's no time to tell you now. I wish he had for me. Information is important and there wouldn't be anything that he could tell me. That would cause me to panic as opposed to. How do i use that information to stay alive and go where we need to go. But i got no information you said we. We can't tell you there's no time follow me and we ran through the complex up an escalator and finally outside as far away as we could be from the twin towers as soon as we got outside. David looked around. And said mike. I see fire and tower two. We didn't know where it came from. I said maybe when our tower tipped because it did tip toward tower to maybe the fire jumped to cross. We had no clue. They walked north on broadway. And then david asked if they could stop because he could see the fire very clearly in tower two and wanted to take some pictures so we stopped. I called my wife on the phone and could not get through because the circuits were busy as we learn later. Of course people who were up in the towers were saying by the left ones. And i had just put my phone away and david was putting his camera away when a police officer yelled get out of here. It's coming down now and we heard this rumble that became this this deafening roaring sound. You could hear glass breaking and metal clattering and then this white noise sound of the building just collapsing going straight down. People panicked then. Of course they turn and they ran. I turned with roselle and started running back the way i had come. So now. running south on broadway. There was a building on my right and broadway with on my left hand side. And i remember thinking as soon as we started to run. God i can't believe that you've got us out of a building just to have it fall on us and as soon as i thought that in my head i heard a voice is clearly as you hear me in my head. That said. don't worry about what you can't control. Focus on running with roselle and the rest will take care of itself. And i just felt this immediate sense of.
"roselle" Discussed on Criminal
"I knew by rozelle's behavior that we were not in such imminent danger that we could not try to evacuate an orderly way. I told you what rozelle was like when she was afraid of thunder. She wasn't doing any of that. She was sitting by my side yawning and wagging her tail looking for scratches and not giving any indication of fear at all and so i wasn't distracted by things that i wasn't seeing was at an advantage of being blind. Maybe and so focused i. They got their guests to the stairs. They knew not to use the elevators. So david left and took our guest to the stairs. There were five. I believe and i told david when you're done come back and we'll sweep the office and we'll leave. Meanwhile i called my wife karen at our home in new jersey and told her that there had been an explosion or something happened. And i said we're going to leave and she said well what's going on. I just said there was an explosion or something we don't know but we'll get out and then i'll call you. David came back. We swept the office tried to power down some equipment discovered. We really didn't think we had the time to do it. All just left and went to the stairs and started down so it's now about eight fifty in the morning four or five minutes after the attack on our tower. As soon as we got into the stairwell. I began smelling an odor. That seem familiar. But i just couldn't place it. It took me about four floors to recognize that what i wish smelling were the fumes from burning jet fuel. The same things that. I smelled every time i went to an airport. I observed that to people around us and they said yeah. We were trying to figure out what it is. You're right it's burning jet fuel but we still didn't really know what was going on. We walked down the stairs more. We got down about ten floors and then above us. We heard a voice that yelled burn victim coming through to the side of the stairs. The stairs were wide enough that we could do that. That we could walk two or three breasts so we all move to the outer wall and turn facing toward the inside of the stairwell in this group of people surrounding woman who is very badly burned over. The upper part of her body passed us by. We went down a few floors more and heard the same thing burn victim coming through moved to the side and david said that this person was even worse than the other one but they were both able to walk and we're going down the stairs with help. Each floor had nineteen stairs split into two flights. The first flight had ten steps than a landing. Were you turn and nine more steps. Michael says he doesn't normally count steps. It's the dogs job to pause at the top and bottom of each set but on this day michael says he did count to occupy his mind. He counted and he listened trying to make sense of what had happened. The other people in the stairwell were quite and focused. There is no cell phone reception so they didn't have any information from outside. They just walked. He said it felt hypnotic unreal. Sometimes the smell of jet fuel went away and sometimes it was very strong. Michael could hear roselle breathing. She clearly had to sense. That people were afraid in that something was going on. It was important for me to urge her and encourage her to focus and do her job because if she started acting out of the ordinary then my immediate belief would be. There must be something wrong so it was important for me to focus on encouraging. Her good girl rose out. What a good dog. Keep going forward good dog. What a good dog and doing that all the way down the stairs. The other reason for doing that was that i needed to convey a message to her. That i wasn't worried because if i started acting afraid or worried then she's going to be looking at me and going. Are you okay rather than doing her job. We we worked together and we knew each other well enough that i knew that's what she would do when they made it from the seventy eighth to the fiftieth floor. Michael remembers that david said to him. We're gonna die. We're not gonna make it out of here. And i said stop it. David roselle and i can go down the stairs so can you. And he told me later that brought him out of his funk and what he then decided to do was to walk a floor below me and he put it. He wanted to think about something else so he was going to walk a floor below me and describe to me what he saw on the stairs so he was county of the floor. Numbers think michael fifty four fifty one four forty nine so he was counted when he got a floor below me. Then i would hear things like. Hey mike. i'm at the fortieth floor. Everything is clear here. Everything is good. But what david did. And what was most important about. What david did was that as he was shouting. Mike forty-seven for all clear here. Anyone within the sound of his voice heard him knew that somewhere on the stairs above them or below them. Someone on the stairs was okay and he gave people something to focus on. I think that we had to work together to keep panic out of the stairwell so that for example after the to burn victims passed us by a woman suddenly on the stairs. Since then. i can't go on. I can't breathe. We're not gonna make it out of here and about eight or nine of us. We had a group hug. I and other.
"roselle" Discussed on Criminal
"About that day. And how one man got through it. I am michael hinson. Blind pre born blind technically no but in fact yes technically no because i was born two months premature and was put an incubator and given a pure oxygen environment which caused the retinas to forum. Which is what caused my blindness. So technically two days. After i was born but for all intents and purposes yes i was born blind. Michael hinson was born in nineteen fifty these days. He lives in victorville california with his wife. Karen back in two thousand one he lived in westfield new jersey and commuted into manhattan everyday for work he was the regional sales manager and head of operations for a company that provided data protection and network storage systems and his office was on the seventy eighth floor of tower one of the world trade center in nineteen ninety. Nine michael had gotten his fifth guide. Dog her name was roselle. They worked well together. But for all of rozelle's professionalism. She was very frayed of thunderstorms. She gave us about a half hour warning. Whenever a storm was coming our way in she would pant and she would shake and shiver and there was nothing we could do to get her to calm down. Roselle was a yellow lab. She'd been trained at guide dogs for the blind in san rafael california and within two days of her arrival to michael's house in new jersey. Choose already going to work with him. Every day in the early morning. Hours of september eleventh two thousand one rozelle woke michael up. She was panting and shivering and he knew this man. A storm was coming. He got out of bed and went down into the basement. He had an office down there and he put on some loud music and worked at his desk. Keeping roselle company. The thunderstorm literally came over our house right over our house. I never heard such loud claps of thunder before any storm. That's how close it was to us and there was no way of masking so poor. Roselle was under my desk. Shaking and shivering. I kept her under the desk. So she witnesses. Lightning flashes through our walkout basement sliding door and at about two o'clock. The storm passed us by so we went back to bed and slept for three more hours but on that morning we got up at five. Did all the the usual things in the morning that that we needed to do in fact. I woke up early that day because we were going to be conducting some special training seminars. He was expecting fifty people to come through his office over the course of the day so we woke up early and got to the office at twenty two eight. The ordered catered breakfast for the trainees. Michael help the caterer unpack and then he got to work setting up the conference room. He met with his colleague. David frank david. Frank was based in california. But he'd come to town for the day seminars. Some attendees had already arrived. And we're eating in the conference room. David and i were in my office. Roselle was asleep under my desk. Rozelle's typical job in the office was to be the official greeter. If anyone opened the door she was up. She'd go out. She'd say hello and and visit and then come back and lay back down and go to sleep on the morning of september. Eleventh roselle was asleep under michael's desk with her head on his foot. He remembers that he and david were discussing the easiest way to get the rest of the visitors through security at the world trade center and decided they would fax a list of names on company letterhead. I was reaching for the letterhead to create the list when suddenly we heard a muffled explosion wasn't very loud the building kind of shuddered and then it began to tip and literally began just tipping in one direction. And as i tell people seem to me we moved. Probably about twenty feet. Michael had grown up in california so his first thought was to go stand in a doorway even though he knew this was an earthquake. Ceiling tiles were falling. The building continued to lean. And michael and david thought it would tip all the way over. And i stood there and finally david and i said goodbye to each other because we were about to take. We thought a seventy eight four plunge to the street below brazil was still under my desk asleep then after david and i said goodbye to each other the buildings slowed stopped and went back the other way. Did you imagine had happened. Had no idea. I can imagine all sorts of things but but there was no way to know and afterward of course a lot of people in the press will. Certainly you didn't know what was going on because you couldn't see it and then i would say to them. The last time. I checked x ray. Vision wasn't invented yet. The airplane hit us eighteen floors above where we were on the other side of the building. No one where i was. No one on my side of the building had any clue about what was happening. Don't blame that on eyesight. We didn't know. Michael says at this point. Roselle got up from her now. She was calm. And i took her leash. I told her to heal which meant to come around on my left side and sit and rozelle is essentially going. Who woke me up. What's going on here. This is something. I wasn't waiting for. I wanted to sleep. Nobody's coming in but she went around on my left side and she sat wagging her tail end yawning and about that time building dropped straight down about six feet. Imagine being in a very fast elevator and it's slowing down and stopping. That's essentially what it felt like. Did it feel like it was never i mean. Did you think the whole building must be going out from underneath me. What an odd feeling. It was a very odd feeling. And something that i never expected in the world trade center and so i had absolutely no clue about what was going on but as soon as the building dropped that six feet david who had been holding onto my desk turned and looked out the windows at the front office and started shouting. Oh my god. Mike this fire and smoke above us there. Millions of pieces of burning paper falling outside our window. We gotta get outta here. The buildings on fire. I could hear things brushing by our windows. And i didn't know what it was until david explained it but then suddenly it was very clear added piece of falling outside the window. I believe that david the plane had hit eighteen floors above them on the other side of the building. But they didn't know that yet. They assumed the windows above them had blown out. Sending the contents of those offices flying through the air past michael and david and their guests our guests began to scream and started moving out of the conference room where they were having breakfast and david kept saying no. We gotta get out of here. The billings on fire. We can't stay here. We gotta here right now and i kept saying slowdown david and then finally david us. What i call the big line. You don't understand you can't see it and the problem wasn't what i wasn't seeing the problem with what david wasn't seeing that was roselle even with all the screaming and debris falling on her head. She stayed calm. This was the most important information.
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"roselle" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Roselle. You listen to Dr Thomas All live indeed you are in it. We are live and it's beautiful outside and actually get outside because I'm going to It's a gorgeous day. But if you happen to do it now, before we're over with the program, take us with you. Number one will enjoy the walk, but number two, You won't miss anything we're saying, and this is a really super good program. We're talking about addiction processes, whether there Chemical addictions or things that we do repetitive Lee because things that we do all the time are hard wired in our brain, their constant so we have to find a way to break that loop and, you know, have control over that. Give us a call this morning at Triple 86309625. Triple 8630 96 25 My guest today is Doctor Jin Long Zonk one of the high low, everybody amazing people. He's this guy. Thank you is like totally impressive on Angela. I look at him and I say, you know, I think I wish I could roll the clock back and start where he is. Guys just go home, Bo. Anyway, let's let's get into this a little bit more. Let's talk about this addictive process and we could be addicted to so many different things. But it's it's the same. Neurological wiring that neural physiology is the same in all addictive processes. And we talked a little bit about you and I've been going back and forth with things like Buddha glutamate and serotonin and dopamine, Rain and Sofia and those air are Pleasurable cycles. You have another chemical in the brain's called melatonin that actually, if it's disrupted, it can dis regulate. Those other things that we're talking about. Melatonin is not high enough. Serotonin is not gonna be where it needs to be. So these are all just names to our listeners at this point, So let's kind of walk them through this, and then we're gonna talk about Why what we do? From a neurological point of was structurally and what we do energetically. What you do with acupuncture is so effective. And as we said earlier, acupuncture was first introduced in this country back in the seventies for addiction processes, and it's amazing how it works is absolutely profoundly, uh, effective. So let's yes so chemistry behind this whole thing is, yes. Morning. More research, you know, toe conclusion, so the diction actually can accumulate Let Mikio Doublemint support Spark your brain. So dad that had cause addiction to sew the Doublemint the century supposed to every word on the center. So, as you know, it is not no doubt. No doubt There's no doubt if you have a lot always Spike, double me, the brain, your diction, somebody that means something outside and nobody is emotional about. It is the job of a chemical That could cause this is the center spike, adorable in that because addiction Sure what people have to understand is dopamine is the primary chemical and the reward pleasure phenomena that our body feels that anything So when you feel when we feel, uh You know something that was Oh, my gosh, I want to do this again. That's dopamine talking to you, You know? Yeah. This situation is that pleasure piece, so every time dopamine drops a little bit, we want to get more of it. We want to get back up to that feeling where we were before. And people don't understand that the more that they stimulate high levels of dopamine, the more gonna want to keep those levels up there because of dopamine drops, then the the neurological pain. The physiology can be quite quite severe. But let's let's talk a bit more about hell that takes place. Yes. Oh 17 So double that if he is your service if you have addiction to the body, the forensic okay. I like it. It is. Ah, La cage. Your brain has to have some some chemicals Let you lock it is a government is a very Tony is the glutamate. So all this was neurotransmitter released from the brain. Let you have a process going on. Okay? I want Caribbean war. I will get him or so we had to break this cycle. So Germany is good. But however, if you have addiction, I called him a big spike. It's not good. We don't follow the other way. So you the different way to ban is a job and it better than neurotransmitters in your brain. Liberate dysfunctional is Brooke dysfunctional. Yeah. So go ahead. Go ahead. Yeah, OK, so it's everything. The story. Toni Jo Baba is the reward centers are Tommy's a regular food so regular sleep. Asleep, so some patient had addiction. They didn't sleep a better but, however, is not a good sleep is a barbeque. Deep sleep is a very lost the It's not very energetic asleep. So that was a glow to make a kind of realer. The people get a learning the memory. You know if you guys are the part of two because it learn it member probably disorder, too. You know, The interesting thing is with dope in Maine. They did a study a few years back out in Silicon Valley because they knew that Electron IX were extremely addictive. And with that you have, you know you have video games and you have you know the use of phones and ipads and our computer systems. And so for the you know, they even knew that there was a hired Higher level of indiscriminate sexual activity among people who were addicted to those things, because at the end of the day they continue to try to increase their dope, mate. Um It's important to understand that to get office something you have to modulate that you have to bring up serotonin, which we talked about right and you have to bring down dopamine. I want you to talk about serotonin a minute. But here's the thing. I'm gonna mention something. We may pick it up a little bit later, is that there's you know the CBD oil In specific concentrations. We'll modulate dopamine and allow you to come off of addictive processes and swell. So when you you know you're dealing with the work that you do. And you had proteins. You had CBD and other things you can. You could make it work out. Well, so go ahead, Nawas. So speaking of CBD oil, tomato good clear. The Lady Martin. Most of you already know that is a definite extracted from marijuana. But however, some pieces I have some patients scared to use as a why. What's the reason? He said. Okay, Yeah, sprayed our addicted to the CBD because for marijuana, I said, no, no, it's not right. So CBD Oil for now. Addictive part of marijuana is not digital part and it's not the addictive part. And the interesting thing is that there's there's called C B one receptors can avoid receptors. And every cell. Every cell in the human body has a can avoid receptor and again. There's there's no addiction to it. You can get off of that, you know, like immediately so I don't want to take this any more. And you could stop it, but everything from attention deficit to sort of processes. Um kids who are a DHD and even adults who are 80 DNA THC they craved ah, marijuana and other drugs. But it Z in marijuana is not the THC, which is the addictive process It's the can avoid that's actually breaded. Yeah, You're right. All right. So what we're doing instead of all I want is to be always before me, Ron. I don't know. You only know one party to another part of the other patients. So okay, so so addition definitely changed by by, you know the capital that brand also they can reduce the endorphin. So endorphin level so endorphin, and that's why it is. You know, we use acupuncture as a long research that just shows us already so acupuncture cast significantly an elevated, so increase the level or endorphins. The body which can provide the relief of recreating for addiction comes up. Come down the nerve. Coming down nerve. So there's a while up a special Western con America or us. You know the UK research. Why aren't you part of work work? Why you gotta work? What the huh? How does that even work for? The Egyptians do research for But when we go out and just, you know, I just I want our listeners to understand what's an endorphin is, Uh, endorphins are chemicals that the body produces that are very similar to some Theo painkillers, the opioids and But they're you know, your body produces your own endorphin levels. But under stress patterns, your body shuts down the production endorphins. So you're paying patterns get higher. You become much more addictive situations, okay? Now we can go. All right. Thank you. But his foundation So yes, I feel your your friends to go, Go low that or be Roy's got. My sister has been impacted so they can already begun Cannot Rebecca with your brain functions because it production too, But also besides which by the treatment little bit because go they're here. They're so about treatments. Also this Curricular, acupuncturist ear acupuncture as a barbarous balls. Kind of worry Karberg cover used for other Egyptian. That's why sometimes you can see somebody, but no, But thank you part the air occupational old, unfortunately, but for different sense, But for addiction treatment, a rescue party is both the cover to use their We're talking We're talking about years here. Okay? Yes. So that's why you know why? Because for addiction, people the people gonna addiction 24 hours constant. They don't stop because look at holding allow they could drink the holding lot. This addiction is the concept. Listen, while we have us some stay job does have a small needles. 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Texas Lifts Its State-Wide Mask Mandate, Some Businesses Disagree
"As of today. Texans are no longer required to wear a mask. In public businesses restaurants included canal. Operate at full capacity without restrictions governor greg. Abbott announced the change last week. Despite objections from public health officials sarah self walbrook of texas tech public media joins us now to talk about the change in policy. Hi sarah good morning. I just explain how bad the covert situation is in texas right now. Yes the governor's new order ins mandates that had been in place since last summer at least somewhat helped texas. Is kobe situation. Abbott insisted there are fewer people in hospitals now and more people getting vaccinated although it is worth noting that vaccinations are taking place at a much slower rate than elsewhere in the country Texans are really split on whether the mask requirement should continue many think. It's too soon to not require masks but others say that wearing masks should be a personal decision and not a matter of public policy so now that there are no state restrictions on this it becomes a local issue right so howard different cities and counties responding one example. We've seen so far. I mean austin a local public health ordinance was established. Yesterday that will still require mask. Wearing the governor's executive orders specifically prohibits cities and counties from doing that. But austin city council in health authority found a loophole that they think allows them to no word yet on how the governor or other cities and counties will respond. What about schools. How how does this change schools. The texas education agency has allowed school board to decide what works best for their districts We've seen a handful that have ruled that mass will no longer be required but most districts are keeping their current rules in place through the spring governor. Abbott made his announcement last week at a mexican restaurant in lubbock. Which is where you are heard. You checked in on how that restaurant is planning to respond to the new policy. Which you learn. I did so. Owner rudy. told me yesterday that when he agreed to host the governor last week at his restaurant montelongo does. He did not know exactly what the governor was there to announce he had expected business capacity limits to be lifted but he was just as surprised as everyone. When the governor ended the mask mandate roselle has decided not to change how he does business so he's keeping his restaurant at about fifty percent capacity and will continue to require employees and customers to wear masks. He said it's up to each individual business and each person the responsibility for their health so really. This variety of responses is exactly what the governor intended with this new order. Sara self walbrook of texas tech public media. Sarah thanks thank you
"roselle" Discussed on The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals
"People who are in their seventies as very very happy and fulfilled in their lives instead of like what society paint. Says you know that they're lonely people living in home. That don't really talk to anybody. You know what i mean. yeah during what. It's the severity of yours. Towards diversity inequality exited exceeding malate is. Because i i'm writing basically abo- what my grandfather's rely and one of the characters is loosely based on my father in law who has pass recently and it made it all the more difficult and poignant to be looking at the book and turning it over knowing that. That's wonderful rozelle. It's great so that one is obviously still in the same kind of genre. The kind of slightly fabulous lovely poetics sort of writing that you do it still in that genre is booked for going to be a change of pace at also in that framework. I wanted to be different l. Still have the fabulous. But i want to push it closer to where fantasy is okay. Yeah and i. Yes i still have to pitch my editor and say hey. I really want to disconnect. Please thank you very much so you obviously are attracted to fantasy because you mentioned some of your earlier books were also and do you read fantasy yourself. I read it. I consume it and media. Like i just i love watching fantasy like shows and it's just. It's just something that i've always loved yet. I wanted to. It's not that. I don't love writing women's fiction or a fabulous i do. I enjoy it. But i also really do love fantasy and i want to be able to move closer towards dot eventually. Yes yeah yeah okay. It's great we are coming to the individual time to give his I'm just wondering. Do you enjoy hearing from your readers. And where can they find you online. I do especially when they have such wonderful things to say. I mean i say that. I say that with all sincerity and that there is not said i received from from readers. Who are who bright me and tell me i am. I'm chinese. i'm chinese filipino. And it's really wonderful to discover your books and see myself in it in these stories and it was something that it was something that i've always wanted to do as a kid where i wanted to read books when i was younger. That showed mirrors of me and there were many available so they wouldn't have pain. I saw on your blog about crazy. Rich asians the movie and you had saints of excitement about saying that movie on the on the mainstream cinema. Didn't cherry it is. It's 'cause the last time. I saw an all asian cast was a blockbuster was joy luck club and that was in. That wasn't the nineties. Yeah that's right readers can find me on. I'm most active on twitter at brazelle writer. And it's the same handle for instagram. That i that i'm also on. My website is roselle. Limb dot com. And if they ever want to reach me. There is a contact form. They're all wonderful. That really sets fantastic. Been great talking to diet really really has thank you so much is given us a different sort of saints of seeing to your world which has been marvelous. Thank you so much for having me. Jenny you too. Thanks for listening to the joys of injury reading podcast you can find all the details and links for this episode at dub dub dub dot the joys of binge reading dot com. We'd love to hear your comments and suggestions for who you'd like us to interview next and if you enjoyed the show take a moment to subscribe on itunes or a similar provider. So you won't miss out on future guests. Thanks for joining us and happy reading the have been reading. Podcast is put together with fantastic technical help from dan. Cotton and abe raffles. Dan is an experienced sound and video engineer. Whose radiant available to help you with your next project. Him out at d c audio services at g mail dot com that steve daniel cpa charlie audio services x gm out dot com or check casher nights. He's fast he takes pride and getting it right. And he's great to work with a voice over a done by a breakfast. And now the gm of sound and scream. I m has to two years of experience on both sides of the camera slash microphone as a cameraman director and also as voice artist and tv. Presenter i think you'd a grey that his voice is lighthearted and he is super easy to work with no matter what the job you'll find him at a a e. at point and shoot dot car dot insead as i say the full details in the sharon arts on the website. That's it for now. Thanks for listening. Heartfully see you next week..
"roselle" Discussed on The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals
"Seven old grumpy men sounds wonderful. So you've just turned that in that's turned in for is not due until next march and i haven't even started like i've started. I have a big idea of what i want. I have the pitch already. And i've got a big synopsis of what i wanna talk my editor what i want to write for that. I haven't started yet I'm working on a y a fantasy right now that i'm revising for my agent. I'm it's just. It's i feel like i need to. I always feel guilty of not working in a sentence. Because i think it's because i was published later in life because a lot of people think. Oh you know. The most ideal thing is to be published when you're in your twenties when you're young because this is this is great. But i didn't get my first book out until i was natalie natalie came out in twenty nine teen. I was thirty nine. So the fact that like you're my first book came out close to in my forties. I feel like. I've missed out on so so much that i should. I should be consistently working to catch up. He advocated to catch up lost ground. Yeah i can understand that. The turning to rozelle s rita the joys of bench reading we like to focus on box set people can read for entertainment as well as other things but books bring them into their lives. Do you like to read much of binge radar and so what do you read. I've been reading. I try not to read when. I'm drafting because i find that i don't want anything to seep in. If that makes any sense trying to write something yeah. I love romance. I would buy anything. Read anything that. Helen wong rights and she's written the kiss quotient and the bride test and love. Those books. The thing that i read that i absolutely adore that had me laughing so much. And she's a friend of mine and she's also one of my favorite authors is sonia. Sonia debut called heartbreak for higher. That's coming out in the spring by simon and schuster gallery and it's a fantastic funny book. Sonya just writes these books to just make you laugh and this one is about a woman that works at an agency where her job is to create heartbreak for women who hire her to break the hearts of the men that have broken. There's do that suns at the stage of your career. If you do it all over again. Is there anything that you would change. And if so what would be. I don't think i've not really a person who goes back and looks at how you know looks at you know. Tries to have as many regrets in my life in that. I know that. I got into art school. I could have pursued art. But i decided not to and i guess you know some people would say. Oh what would your life have been like if you had pursued that full-time so for my career. The only thing that i keep telling myself as it took you this long to get to where you are and given how everything on folded do you like. I would do everything the same again if that makes any sense. 'cause it's it turned out the way that i wanted it to unfold. Maybe not in the timeframe that i wanted to unfold but it did happen the way that i've always hoped for yes. Yes why did you decide to just not as full-time career. 'cause when i was in school i said i miss writing which is the funniest thing because i could have like. I'm like i missed writing. And i'm like okay. So that's go to university. And i went to york university in toronto and decided to take and humanities. And i'm like oh yes this is great and then while i'm writing all the essays. I'm like i missed drying naked people in art school. But it's never be happy doing the thing like you know thinking of greener pastures situation. This kind of like when. I'm writing to when i'm drafting. I'm like oh this is great. It's drafting but i missed feeling. I miss revising. Because it means the thing is done. And i'm just fixing it and when i'm revising i'm like i really miss drafting what i'm sitting here in my old world and creating everything. It's it's just always gonna be that situation so i try to. I try to tell myself like. Just try to enjoy where you're at. I know you always want to be doing something else but try to enjoy the thing you're doing at the time you're doing. Yeah yeah you've talked a little bit about what your dicks plans at tennis again. A little bit. I didn't quite catch the name of the books that you've just turned. That was sorry. Say sophie goes lonely hearts club and it's chee of ood geos s yes. She apostrophe s. b. goes lonely hearts club. great think. Actually vanessa book has showed a home shot for match-making hasn't shared so it's continuing on with the same electoral but but not beneath during it. No this is. This is why. It's a little bit. Tricky with vanessa hang film and tv rights because evelyn appears in both books. Yep yep. John wells owns the rights to evelyn. So it makes it a little bit trickier in that. He's he's i think. He said that it was if he had the right people who are passionate about the project. approach him and say you know we want to develop this like you know. He'd let the rights though but it's just finding the right person who feel passionate about enough about the project so that means you can't have on any of your new books in case stocks anyone but him from having the right to fill them. Is that what you're saying Yes so i would. Selfie there are they are all new characters. Nobody is mentioned from the other. Books not are in this one and it's like the title is basically allusion to the beatles because sophie loves to beatles. That's where you get the the play on words of sergeant pepper's lonely hearts and art van but it's sophie goes lonely hearts club. Yeah that's wonderful and it's funny. Isn't it how a writer today needs to take these kinds of things into consideration it is. I had to make sure that. I hired this sense of trying to find a sensitivity reader for some of the in this book and it was just really fun to write because it's a love letter to my grandfather's the ones that i love spending time with that have passed and like being able to portray like.
"roselle" Discussed on The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals
"Weren't artists in my family. They're all a bunch of bankers they worked in. They worked in banks and they somewhere entrepreneurs but this the kind of creativity like having a job or a career in the creative field was completely like foreign to them. So how do they feel about it today. I don't think they still realize just how hard it is to carve a place for yourself in the creative and how hard how much obstacles do you go through to succeed in it. I think they look at it as oh. That's really nice thing that she has right now. But i don't know if they know the true extensive bike what it really took to get a book out. In how many rejections it took like from editors and from agents to even get to this point. Yeah yep do you sit. That may be win. Nationally ten finally appeared on nick flex such that might them saying. Oh wow she's made it. I don't know my dad wants a cameo at this point. It's not like netflix. But by the production company john wells. Okay he's he's more known for shameless and animal kingdom and west wing. That's what his company has developed and there where at the pilot stage where we have a writer and i think were trying to secure a director as well. So it's not would netflix. But it's getting close. Everything that i the thing would hollywood is added. It moved really fast or can move really slow and i thought publishing general very slow industry. Yes look we've mentioned. Food is part of it and the. It's obvious that you absolutely adore food. The food pretty well on every page and i was leaked wondering actually whether you actually did like to cook yourself a wave you make it your business to find great shakes after launch a little of column and a little column in that when i was younger. My dad is to cook in the family. That's why the natalie ten was dedicated to him. He's the one who would cook and he would tell me in the morning. Hey i'm making this for dinner. Make sure you take this out from the freezer and you know do the prep work ahead of time. So that by the time he gets home from work everything will be ready for the extol. I learned how to cook from him in that. I've always wanted to see how food gets prepared and how it's made given the preference. I prefer to eat bent to put the effort into making something. Because there's a formula of it takes two hours of toil and labor to present a meal that would be eaten in like under ten minutes and inequality doesn't sit well with me where i would prefer to be the one consuming and one or two. So what do we went to paris. I made sure. I ate everything that i could like everything. We walked everywhere. I am. I look at that. Child would by grubby little hands against a clear last window staring inside the see what is going on in there. Like for bakeries patisseries. Everything i just wanted to go in and it helped that i could speak a bit of french and i can understand and read that i had no problems going in and out checking everything out going into show chocolate shops and candy shops and being able to order. And ask what i wanted. And yes i ate. I tried to eat everything that i could that was listed in that book. It sounds like there's another book there of your guide to paris food. I made sure that. I we booked the reservation at a michelin star restaurant. While we were in paris. Yeah i had to. I don't buy fancy purses or designer stuff. But i will save money to make sure that i tasted it and we went to. We had a dinner at at tallying. Joel robichon in saint showman and it was just it the food. There was just incredible. And it's one of those things. Where if i have to write about i want to write about should be able to try everything and can bay that on the page and i think you actually. I mean i think that you do so. That's wonderful for those of us. Who probably wanted. Get to guy there. It's good obam. Jay travelling at sell the this a strong seats about the realms as well as we've mentioned with vanessa that this fabulous side and she's got this Gift you say that growing up in a household where chinese superstition was infused with filipino. Technology system gave you the sense of of another ram essay An accurate way of describing. It it is. Because when i grew up i have my mom telling me these things that are not at all rooted in actual medicine or science and my mom would be like. Oh you wanna get taller. That's easy just jump up and down in your body will stretch. And i'm like really really or things like if you're ever sleeping not in your house or somewhere else or even in your house make sure to win. You're asleep that your feet are not facing the window. And i'm like why and she's like because the bad spirit will come away. Pluck you buy your toes and take you pull you out of the window and gobble you up eventually. And i'm like oh okay. Hey not really. I don't really believe in that. But it's it's little things like that where it's like. How could you not think that there is magic. And there's magic and ordinary indie ordinary world. Yeah these folks. Both about young asian women finding their own pads honoring their stories while still fulfilling family obligations as much as they can. And i think that's reflected in a wide area for you that you're also passionate about diversity and equity and publishing as well onto and i suspect that. Tell us what. It was like coming to canada as a young child and having to integrate into a completely different culture. I was really lucky in that in the philippines because it was colonized by the us. English was definitely like present. I wouldn't say it's the first language but it's it's present so while it's true. Written in my bio in it is true. I grew up watching hulk hogan and the w. w. f. wrestlers on tv. That taught me a bit of english. So by the time i came here. A lot of my cousins ended up having to take. Esl classes. And when i got here the first thing i had to figure out was be more confident in english and also start learning french..
"roselle" Discussed on The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals
"It took to strike success with her first novel how she kicked going when even who teaches told her english wasn't good enough to be a writer and the delights of eaten out and paris all in the interests of research for her book. Of course you'll find a full transcript of our conversation at the joyce bench reading dot com website along with links to rozelle's books and her website. Join us there. Leave us your comments and suggestions we love to hear from you but now he is roy their high rise. Al and welcome to the show. It's great to have you with us. Thank you for having me with just being chanted before we went on air. And you tell me that. You're on the bits of canadian winter. Where just in the middle of asamiya so Oppositions of the poll look your debut. One com was initially chance book of love and fortune and sold straight through to tv. To nick flex. i believe. That's a very big success for a debut author and then i noticed that the second book one. We're going to be discussing today. Which is vanessa. Use magical paris tea shop. It's already been picked by one. Of the sean land editors now sean dolan who are familiar with it is a company that is doing a tremendous amount of popularity just had the bridgen series on the likes. So you had to conclude that second book has got a good chance of continuing hit for the small screen as well from that. People might kind of assuring that being a very straightforward easy right for you but in fact it wasn't quite that simple was it. Can you tell us what has preceded what people might see as an overnight success natalie. Townsfolk of luck and fortune was my think eighth manuscript that britain. Yeah and the ones that i've written before. Were not good in that. I had to get them out of my system to be able to write this book. And i had its. It took me about two years to revise. This book will a little under two years. Revises book with my agent to my gosh. Sorry when you say to get them out of your system were they in the same frame of a kind of fabulous romcom genre. It wasn't the other books that i've written were fantasy somewhere. Romanced i find that would natalie ten. It's more women's fiction because it doesn't have the amount of kissing and all of that you would categorize traditional romance and as for the magical realism and a fabulous them. I decided to incorporate that. Because i find that culturally. It makes a lot of sense. Because there's so much superstition in my culture. Yes yes a how. How did you keep going during those eight manuscripts. I mean people listening might think that they like to write you know. Write a book probably fair like the guy to ride eight before they get published. So how did you keep yourself going. During that period sheer stubbornness you can accomplish so much. If you're stubborn enough to to think that you will eventually get there. And that is the one piece of advice gets purse you can call a perseverance. You can call it stubbornness or bull headedness but it's this this idea that you will eventually get there if you just try hard enough and just keep writing and when you re beginning stage. What did that phrase get. Their main fear is simply to get one book perpetual. What were your expectations at the beginning. It's small steps. I get an agent literary agent then eventually. Get a book and for me when i started. That was the goal to get a book deal. Get an agent and get a book deal now. I i think more long term and have a career. My dream now is to have a bookcase serve. I a bookshelf than a bookcase. Full of my published books and hopefully different editions in different languages. Yeah yeah that's wonderful. The part that they stories are anchored in asian family dynamic. It's fascinating stop. I mean it happens. Coaches put the heck slightly more pronounced in asian families. Enter jury generational loyalties and obligations the eviction and conflict. That arises from those things and also very strong fabulous. Same as we've discussed as well as food and sweet light romance. This is chair. Trae that you know. Well tell us how you earn background into waves with the family. For example in paris that is very meddling loud family like extended family which i would kind of i'd say loosely based on my family and that they love they love hard they love. And it's it's that they'll smother you would love and you know that their intentions are just they want the best for you. It's just the you know what they think is the best for. You may not necessarily be the best for you. But you know they're they're coming out from a position of love. Yeah and vanessa has inherited the skiff of proficient Sayings and she doesn't really wanted because it's interfering with her life so she's in this very difficult position where she's trying to reject that everybody else in. The family is an absolute blessing and boone. Isn't it is it's more it's again kind of a. I wouldn't say a metaphor but it's symbolizes. What like with asian parents would my parents in general. They want their expectations. For what i should be or where i should be versus what i want for myself to differ in that they would expect you know dr her be a lawyer or somewhere along the line. My sister followed that to a t. She became a really good accountant like a corporate account and she's followed that. And then you have made where. I wanted to be a writer and an artist and that's not at all in line with what they are hoping for or expecting. It's the same. Vanessa yeah yeah that must have been a very difficult transition in earlier years. It is 'cause i now that i'm older kind of feel bad for my parents. Who had two parent may in that. I was such a different kind of child and that they're like. Oh okay go take piano lessons or take organ lessons. And i'm like i don't really want that. I want painting since. I want art lessons. Which was completely not what they were used to. There.
Jeff Bridges says his tumor 'drastically shrunk' since lymphoma diagnosis
"You know, Lebowski. Has shared some positive news. Made his lymphoma diagnosis 71 year old actor. Recently wrote On his website that quote his true tumor has drastically shrunk. After going in for a cat scan. Go in for a cat scan to see if my new protocol is shrinking. My tumor turns out is working beautifully. He said. Oh, good. The thing has drastically shrunk. I came home. Elated with the news. Bridges, then shared work from his mentor. Roselle Sykes. Has been helping him amid his health struggles. Writing his mantra is be love. The The love. love. Yep, Yep, That's That's my my path. path. The The star star revealed revealed that that he he was was diagnosed diagnosed with with lymphoma lymphoma back back in in October. October. As the dude would say new ass has come to light, he wrote on Instagram and Twitter, referencing his famous character. I've been diagnosed with lymphoma, although it's a serious disease. I feel fortunate that I have a great team of doctors. The prognosis is good. I'm starting treatment and I'll keep you posted on my recovery. Weeks later, he shared that he would be keeping his fans updated. The cancer thing is bringing Bringing on feelings of precociousness and gratitude and good, old fashioned love and lots of it big time he rode. I'm feeling so much of it coming my way and man. I appreciate it. It's contagious, Contagious all this love man. Like some kind of positive virus. Want to acknowledge and thank you guys for reaching out During this time, it feels good getting all the well wishes and love.
"roselle" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"3 95, all in pretty good shape. And in Maryland, there's no delays currently on to 79 95. Or the BW Parkway. I'm Bobby Laurie. Now from gradual repair dot com. Better believe I'm a hailstorm Much seven forecast a chilly start out there today, but we will see temperatures rebound nicely less wind than your Saturday and highs. They'll be in the upper forties. Overall, a great end of the weekend under mostly sunny skies later on tonight, becoming partly cloudy. We will see temperatures dip back in the twenties in the suburbs around 30 degrees downtown here Monday. Partly cloudy skies will see some added clouds by the afternoon high temperatures in the upper forties. This is Dr Tom Roselle. After 43 years of practice and over a million patient visits the results Center for Healey knows what works at knows how you can take control of your health and wellness. My team of doctors practice 21st century integrative medicine, Whether you suffered from chronic pain and fatigue, allergies, air headaches. We can help take charge of your health before it's too late Making appointment today, Call seven or 36987117 or visit online roselle care dot com. That's roselle care dot Come. Hi, I'm a Babish, the founder of average financial Services, the economic headlines conceal overwhelming If you have questions, I'm here to encourage you to take a deep breath and then get to work on a strategy for moving forward. You've worked hard saving and investing all of these years and you deserve to be able to retire with confidence. If you have questions. Join me Saturday afternoon it to here on W. M A l for retirement key.
"roselle" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
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Georgia Senate debates make headlines ahead of runoff
"Voting in georgia for the january senate elections begins one week from today. On december fourteenth debates for both georgia's senate races were held last night in atlanta. Here's republican senator. Kelly leffler and democrat reverend raphael warnock. My question is a pretty simple. Yes or no. Senator leffler did donald trump lose a recent presidential election. President trump has every right to use every legal recourse available in our own state. We've seen time and again that we have investigations that need to be completed. The trump campaign has filed fifty three frivolous lawsuits claiming election fraud courts. Actually the lawsuits did not ever claim fraud. Not in a single one of those losses. Did they claim fraud. Once they got in a court courts found zero instances fraud that includes one case. George that was dismissed today by a federal judge appointed by president. George w bush drudges republican. Senator david perdue who is facing allegations of insider trading. Just refuse to show up to debate as challenger don crat jon ossoff who appeared next to an empty lecture. My message for the people of our state at this moment of crisis is your senator feels entitled to your vote. Your senator is refusing to answer questions and debate his opponent because he believes he shouldn't have to. He believes this senate seat belongs to him. The senate seat belongs to the people today. John also held a campaign event in lilburn georgia. Imagine being a. us. Senator afraid of answering questions in public for fear that he might incriminate himself at a moment. Like this when people are hurting joining us. Now is who and castro. The former secretary of housing and urban development in the obama administration. Former mayor of san antonio texas secretary castro. Thank you very much for joining us tonight. You're back on the campaign trail today. Jon ossoff tomorrow for raphael warnock What are you seeing out there. Especially in response to this weekend's debate last night's debate where a david did not even show up. It's good to be with you lawrence. But what i've seen is a lot of people georgia understand how important the stakes are here. They understand that what happens here in georgia is gonna affect not only all georgians but also all of us as americans. I think most of gay and what they saw in the debates last night. Reinforce this that in a senators leffler purdue they've had two people that endorsed most critical moment of need have chosen to serve themselves to enrich themselves benefit their friends instead of working on behalf of the people of georgia. And what they see an rafael warnock in jon. Ossoff our to folks who are committed to serving the people georgia who were talking about the issues that matter healthcare job getting small suspect up in going housing opportunity as many people facing eviction making sure that we tackle climate change in the biggest challenge of our generation so the the differences here couldn't be more clear. Let's listen to more of what john also had to say on the campaign trail today. And how are these campaigns. These two democratic campaigns a sound like a partnership. Let's listen to this. You got the young jewish journalist son of an immigrant running alongside a black preacher who holds the same pulpit as dr king at the knees baptist church building a movement for health jobs and justice for the people at a moment of crisis because health jobs and justice are what the people need right now and we are running against the bonnie and clyde of political corruption in america secretary castro that kind of teamwork is unusual. Most people would. They're running for office. They're just trying to get themselves over that hurdle. Well it is. And i think we're fortunate that we have these runoffs going on at the same time as you know. Lawrence doesn't not happen where you have to united states senate seats in a runoff at the same time and i think they've done a very good job as a team and painting making sure that their message is clear about what they're gonna do for the people of georgia that get his asses the work to make sure that folks have good opportunities in georgia. And that's how they're going to govern governed in a much stronger way for the people of georgia than a leffler and purdue. Have i want to listen to something. That reverend warnock said last night in his debate because interestingly both democratic campaigns are running against republican candidates credibly accused of insider trading using their senate positions for insider trading. Let's listen to what the way reverend warnock put it. Last night. She was only there three weeks. i'm not sure she was fully unpacked when she started dumping millions of dollars of stock trying to protect herself and She purchased. That seat is done well for her. The issue is that the people who sold it to our. Don't it and the people of georgia coming back to get their seat sir. Castro is that issue getting traction on the campaign trail is especially. Because you're is somebody in kelly lafleur who was not elected Who last night into debate. You could tell just said the same thing over and over and over again and instead of addressing the issues basically just tried to label roselle warna you know as do liberal for georgia when he was there actually talking about the things that we hear people talking about table being able to afford the rent. You know wh what is their gonna come back online. What is washington dc. Doing work to make sure that they have opportunity. And to make sure the infancy can get asked endemic It's night and day away. That worn can also addressing the issues. That people are talking about the care about right now. And i'll disconnected leffler and her do our sanitary helene. Castro live from the campaign trail in georgia. Thank you very much for joining us tonight. Really appreciate
Pennsylvania Supreme Court Dismisses Sean Parnell's Request To Declare Mail-In Voting Unconstitutional In State
"Court is tossed out an election case over the Keystone States mail in ballot. Yesterday, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruled the plaintiffs waited too long to bring the lawsuit looking to overturn the 2019 law regarding mail in ballots. Pennsylvania GOP congressional candidate Sean Parnell was one of the plaintiffs. Now many in the media are portraying this says Hey, you know, Sean Sean, as a plaintiff in this lawsuit wants to throw out 2.5 million mail in votes. No, that's not the case that we're trying to make. Case that we're trying to make is that unconstitutional election laws this in franchise, all P a voters. Are now recently lost his election bid against the incumbent representative Connor Lamb. Congress
Washington DC Weekend Weather Update
"Afternoon. afternoon. afternoon. Another little line of gusty showers comes through late afternoon will see highs in the upper fifties, gusty behind that cold front in coal lows in the thirties. Tonight, it'll feel like the twenties by early Monday morning for your Monday partly cloudy it will be chilly. And breezy high temperatures in the upper forties. I'm ABC seven meteorologist from seven Weather Center. I'm having someone over 5.9 FM Washington Washington Small Small
Murkowski to vote to confirm Barrett to the Supreme Court
"The last Republican holdout on Supreme Court nominee Amy Cockney. Barrett says she will vote to confirm the judge. I have no doubt About judge barrettes, judicial temperament. I have no doubt about her capability to do the job and to do it well. Alaska Republican Lisa Murkowski has opposed to process leading to confirming Barrett before election day. This was once the procedural objections fails, she won't hold that against the nominee. Maine Senator Susan Collins is the only Republican to indicate opposition to barrettes confirmation. Republicans hold a 53 47 majority in the Senate, making barrettes confirmation all but certain tomorrow
Miami mayor says hospitals have reached capacity, but the county has reserve space
"Hospitals FM are full, W but the situation M. A is in dire L yet Where Washington we have reached comes capacity to talk. and some, but we also have reserves face and sew and our system. We have another 1200 beds that we can crack up pretty pretty fast for critical care beds. We have another 500. I seeyou beds that we can crack up human Bye. as on Hi, CNN's Cooze. state Is of the that Union. what it is? Fairfax And if County you make Parents fun of have Biden, two you're choices a Russian for this school
Trump not concerned about coronavirus after confirmed case connected to Washington D.C.
"She said another man from Nigeria who had passed through Washington has tested positive for the virus in Maryland president trump says he isn't concerned at all about the corona virus getting closer to the White House and the city's department of health says someone with corona virus went to Christ Church in Georgetown the city's working on figuring out who was there when the infected person wise and will be reaching out to those people Maryland has three confirmed cases in Montgomery County and New Jersey resident who went to see pack last week headed to the White House says he doesn't believe that person had contact with president Donald Trump or vice president Mike pence the White House is downplaying concerns about the fact that one attendee who went to this conference a little more than a week ago has since tested positive for the virus health officials say the patient was exposed to corona viruses before he or she attended the conference vice president Mike pence president trump several cabinet officials and even now former acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney all spoke on that stage at C. pack correspondent Sarah
Chicago Weather: Chance Of Light Snow Continues Into The Weekend
"Or death the forecast from the WGN Chicago weather center lake effect snow moving into northwest Indiana mostly cloudy otherwise thirty four degrees the high scattered snow showers mostly south of I eighty tonight low twenty two then for the weekend partly sunny maybe a flurry tomorrow thirty four thirty six with a chance of light snow or rain thirty two right now to here it's thirty it made waves thirty two it Roselle and thirty six at
Trump Threatens Schiff Over Impeachment: 'He Has Not Paid the Price, Yet'
"President Donald trump's defense team will be back at it tomorrow in day two of the opening arguments in the impeachment trial yesterday his attorney said the president did nothing wrong in his dealings with the Ukraine on ABC news's this week Republican senator James Lankford was asked if it was appropriate for the president to ask another country to investigate his political rival Joe Biden I think he is asking for an investigation as you would with anyone else with any other American is a unique thing obviously is the same person running for political office as well but it's not new as the house manager said that there's only started after Biden announced to his investigation this was a consistent theme for the president to say everyone should be able to be looked at in this place is meanwhile ask the impeachment trial continues president trump's tweets keep coming today he directed some harsh words a democratic congressman impeachment manager Adam ship tweeting quote shifty Adam shift is a corrupt politician and probably a very sick man he is not paid the price yeah for what he has done to our country young quote when asked on meet the press today if you took the president's social media comment as if the ratchet sad I think it's intended to be but look it is going to be very difficult for some of the senators to stand up to this president it really is it's just no question about it after the interview Mr trump slammed host Chuck Todd saying he never called out chef on his quote fraudulent statement to Congress where he made up all of the words of my conversation with the Ukrainian
DoorDash Delivery Man Killed in Christmas Robbery at Denny's — and Suspects Are at Large
"Prince William county police found the man they think shot two men killing one while robbing a Denny's in Manassas the day after Christmas twenty two year old Jordan Anderson was arrested yesterday in short with murdering fifty south six year old you south oz guard and injuring a thirty four year old man Oscar held the door for the suspects as he went into the restaurant not knowing what happened and they were leaving police continue searching for twenty two year old Brian
Early Thoughts Before Pre-Entries
"Gossip Good Morning Good Morning Steve. How're you doing good to be back home glad to whatever you want you know it's open open mic DOC whatever is ready and of course you follow gusts through everybody's followed gusts forever from day one on at the races and got a couple of plays maybe for the weekend gus but some some early thoughts before pre entries as we look Toward Cup it's always talked before pre entries but breath just looking at the races exciting exciting racist to get excited about it I think cameras just said I think the sprint and the dirt mile probably the two right now but I mean we have three solid juvenile's with noon Dennis moment eight rings and and Max Bill which I think three of those are very quality horses and just looking to see how these fields shape up but I mean I'll see you know some great opportunities in those fourteen racist for sure what we haven't obviously we haven't had a chance to talk anything on a consistent basis but what do you like to do when it comes to terms of a ticket structures and and focus in how many how many multi-race wagers which one's the utilize the most I'll tell you what you know you get these big fields I had the most success with exactly is in doubles to tell you the truth sometimes simple the up keep it simple and You get I mean you get a lot of value and those plays with the you know arch fields in and actually pick a couple of wide open races I usually focus on that I do tickets with the you know the picked force and I like to find at least one single maybe to deepen the other one and maybe spread that's what I kind of look forward definitely a single though in the pick four pick five I definitely need one host but I think even the pick threes you know the pick threes are they paid handsomely in the last few years as well but I think people you know who spoke with the exact in the doubles I mean you can get some real value if you if you got a good opinion onto racist back to back you can get paid well and we were in fact last week with Jeff Siegel this came up and when I was asking Jeff about his preparations and when it comes to the a ticket building and and we'll remind everybody that as much time as we spend handicapping the gotta spend a hundred percent the maybe not maybe not practical to spend as much time building the tickets but there's gotta come a point Wednesday Thursday where you you've got a pretty good idea of of the horses you're going to key around take a break from I'm from the handicapping and put pen to paper and write down the your perspective wagers and budgeted out and and you know take a look at the you know once we get the announcement I think it's on the twenty third by the way runs day the twenty third will be the race order official order announcement the Breeders Cup has a tendency to the tinker with it based on on the way the field size shape up you know look at that structure highlight the spots where you've got your strongest opinion and then back up on either side of those strong opinions if you're a mother erased player and you know we keep suggesting you know if you if you typically pick four player okay fine you're going to play your series of fake force but this is where you take a step back to and play more pick threes and the doubles and I I I think it's advice that I try to drive home every single u a year that you you don't WanNa have some of your best ideas the horses that end up winning that you had a good feel for an and then you didn't cash because there's some upset in the third or fourth leg of a pick four and you you didn't leverage your good idea as strongly as you might have oh I totally agree with that you know like you said once the the race orders come in just pick your spots we have your strongest opinions and then you go from there I mean that's I mean horse players nightmare there were your your ten to one shot twelve the one shot comes in and then you're single maybe a three to one shot you know doesn't come in the last leg and you didn't have anything on on on your your strongest opinion the price that's that's tough pill does Walla sometimes no doubt gusts will obviously you know get a chance to direct people toward you and and the analysis at at Brisbane that and Talk Again Cup Week maybe you know pick out a a a spot that you know the to discuss what what he did complain of of late how much keeneland action you taking it definitely on the weekends for sure and dabbling a little bit during the week I mean some great racing the weather's been fantastic and big fields they're coming to an end here this weekend but got a couple of plays today actually Keelan let me here let me let me see got hold on I got the where's where's my keeneland Friday Thursday AK with Saturday I keep the Friday about what's going on down believable there's so much there's so many things here did you play Gulfstream yesterday by the way did you play the pick five thing a little bit I did I did and got knocked out pretty early believe it or not you would not price horse which is Kinda it'll happen yeah oh yeah it was over quick so it's pretty full paid well for me though for the for the amount of low prices that were that were at three was a signal and the third leg so I know it's funny that that was the that was the horse that gave the opportunity to to to tip toe to turn it into a pick four but yet I do get the sense a lot of people got tripped up either on the in the first leg or the last leg where the two spots we're GONNA WE'RE GONNA get the one side of the other well let's talk about Qinglin go ahead what are you got today seven just my best friend today force MS coming out of the Woodbine Mile Bill Seventy eight to one mile with a chaining hill started the outside somehow he he maneuver beautifully coming into the turn but down the stretch is totally got shut off had nowhere to go I thought he had nice I made a move just didn't have enough to go this horse has been running good all year up at Woodbine five draws the five here which is which is ideal nine to two is very fair price is a loaded racist could be a stakes race disallowance this allowance race but I like plot I think he's going to get a good trip there's enough speed in front where he's going to be right in stock and right behind I mean he's faced some nice horses I think this is the time to to get in this at somewhere of now ninety two would it be beautiful if we can get that and I think we will because you know the outside you have a few horses that are going to take some money especially Colin Road for for Michael Maker Jose Ortiz that was gonNA take somebody coming out of ah graded great three but ms I think is the wholesome and a key on all over in in starting reporter and race seven and Connor Murphy for whatever reason Connor Murphy does not does not draw money and wins I mean he wins plenty does a good job interesting to see Mark Glatt come to keeneland souter shows up here yet pick source interesting ski Churchill last time kind of finished pretty decent but it's a nice horse was nice races earlier in the year so and you got Roselle Rosario on board into feature the feature very nice race today again the the greatest Devali view fulfilled I think by horses winter sunset four eight to one on the morning line think might get a couple of clicks down I mean she's versatile I don't know if she wants to go nine furlongs I think she kinda flattens out at nine furlongs the mile amount of sixteenth which is I think this is her her best distance coming off a win at Indiana ground at any grant she's got a nice post and she's just a nice trip there there's some speed lined up to the inside I think she can get I run and I mean the twelve is going to be flying late this lady the prince a lot for Baltistan she's eight to one I think she comes down from that I can see here making a big move middle of course coming down the lane but winterson that's it for me eight to one would be great I think she gets I run on on on the closers and should sit a nice trip there again for channing hill it's now and Bhartiya earlier to Mardi landed on winter sunset yeah I'm not sure what the price I think she might down from Chad you've got to chat horses that are Ya Chad takes money like you you saw yesterday focus group was was really over bet yeah I like him but it's too crazy I'll tell you what I have a bomb in the second race so a bomber I'm GonNa take just fly the one horse abstinent for Ian Wilkes make third start first time on on the turf going to turns Bravo Bravo couple of wins from six starts the meat this horse broke the last couple of times I starts his career broke out think the inside post and Bravo might be able to as well she's fifteen to one in the morning line you might get fifteen twenty to one hundred Meta take a flyer on her and also gotTa pick for tonight at down coming
Canaveral Florida, Fairfax County And Clooney discussed on Dr. Tom Roselle Live
"The Coast Guard is searching the waters or off port Canaveral Florida for two missing firefighters Justin Walker from Fairfax county and Brian the Clooney with the Jacksonville Florida fire department the to launch the boat off port Canaveral Friday but never made it back from their
"roselle" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Doctor Tom Roselle life continues now on W. M. A. L. welcome back this is doctor Thomas cellular Sir Dr Thomas alive have a very special program today and my very special guests who runs out and we're talking about this chronic pain and don't talk to her about who the chronic pain is in her life because I may get a finger pointed to me it's yeah after all these years you get to say that right now no I'm not giving you that open seriously though Cobb pain patterns in this country are ones that are being planted and all of a sudden we find ourselves in something called an opioid crisis where people are being addicted and to a drug that has the same receptors in the human body as heroin and cocaine and just as difficult to get off and also nicotine by the way is probably one of the the worst drugs will hit the same addictive center in the brain everyone of them yeah so so listen you know work we're talking about we talked about inflammatory reactions and how they affect the body and but let's explore that just a little bit more then we'll get into you know some of the biochemical pathways little bit later on the second second phase but these inflammatory pathways how do they produce the pain patterns or exaggerated or make it worse where it can't be blunted it won't go away well I think it's a like you said it's time frames you know if if people have a small problem early on and they do the things they need to do to start changing it there whether it's getting more sleep maybe it's better exercise maybe skinny just months or acupuncture or something like that early on it's much easier to deal with if the pain is being exacerbated by say food allergies get off the foods that bother you if you're not doing well with peanuts story peanut butter that's you know pretty simple basic things but the more you create a Berendt lifestyle patterns the more your body struggles to try to deal with that warning signal that there's something wrong and it goes back to the question that you always ask is why is that you know why do you have this paid what is going on in your body that created this page in the first place I was very interesting situation because tions of command and I'll add some certain questions about what they drank or and I would check off the Derry and the coffee isn't there the caffeine products in the sodas and all those things that normal my mantra sugar sodas coffee black teas fast food fried foods out carbon atoms preservatives yeah yeah yeah he added gluten products and so forth and does it well yeah I don't eat a lot just a little bit once in awhile and then I look at them and I said well that's like being a little pregnant either are you have not you either do or you don't right so and that the name yo to exactly that's my so at the end of the day is that if you have a problem with something even a little bets is problematic it is it is and it it adds too because every time there is something going on lifestyle that causes an inflammatory chemical to be produced because your body is constantly trying to handle all of the things that come along and keep you alive and upright if you have a problem that is creating an infringement somewhere your immune system and your nervous system is tempting to create a circumstance to fix that if in the same time you're also doing things lifestyle wise food no exercise too much stress not enough sleep all of these things interfere with the body's ability to produce the chemicals that would mitigate the problem and cause it to be healing and aggravating it and adding to the problem there were costly in a fight flight situation in our lives and we need stress because if you eliminated all stress he would actually die so the body has sick have that to continue its process but here's what we're getting in trouble we're looking at stress patterns around us and really ignoring them and second that they're there something that we have to deal with put up with we know that the injuries a stress pattern and pain patterns that are constant don't go where are our stress patterns we know that a motion how the mind thinks that the brain chemistry can be a stress Pat and we know that about chemistry which we're gonna get into the second half of the program has huge impacts on stress acid inflammatory reactions so we're coming up to that place where we're gonna have to take a break it's a halfway point of the program my guest in studio Ciro's out.
Payment apps are all fun and easy... until you get burned by a typo
"Hey Pal reports quarterly earnings tomorrow. We'll get an update on then mo the crazy popular peer to peer payments APP that pay pal owns but as services like Ben Mo- square cash Ash Roselle have gotten more popular there have been some growing pains fraud and scams for sure but also lots of accidental payments like because you typed in the wrong email address and when that happens as people have sadly discovered the money is gone. Lisa Ellis is an analyst at the research for MOFFITT Nathanson. She said up to one percent of all payment. Transactions could be fraud or accidents and if you screw up there aren't any official protections because it's just an accident you know they're not obligated to do anything well. Let's dig into some of the differences between the specific services because you have you know pay pal which has been around a long time you have square cash which is similar to Ben Mo-. Do they have less built in protections then let's say Zell which is developed by the banks in some ways yes in some ways no so the benefit that you have in the services like paypal van Mo- Zalis that you you know you have to have officially signed up for the. Surface so they have a very standardized set of information about you so they can avoid the issues like you know. Having the same email address at the same phone number assigned to multiple accounts they can avoid those types of issues because they make sure that doesn't happen when they sign you up. It does sound like you're saying though that if I accidentally send money to the wrong person in Zell that I have the same problem as if I do it in Venom Oh yes oh yes definitely if it's accidental. Yes what I guess is interesting about that as a consumer is that I thought that if these things were attached attached to my bank which is F._d._i._C. insured that there would be those protections like how hard would it be for these companies to say. I don't know we're GONNA help you out a little here they do they do try to help you out the differences. If you've protections related to like you said Your Debit Card or your credit card those are much more related to fraud and the banks are responsible for protecting you against fraud but there are not responsible for protecting you and making mistakes or are being an idiot. It's actually a much more difficult thing to protect against then fraud right and I'm not <hes> you know. Certainly we know that you cannot legislate against stupidity but you could imagine these companies saying that this this could. Could become a threat to the business right if people don't trust no no absolutely it's certainly in their best interest to figure out ways to mitigate it. It's a delicate balance because a big part of the value proposition of the pita payment services says is that it's super quick and easy so they just have to navigate through that and figure out ways to make it less onerous. Do you think that there is a possibility you know we're sort of talking about growing pains as these payments systems become more popular. They're probably doubly only going to increase in popularity and usage. Is it possible that some regulations need to be crafted in order to keep up like that. There should be a standard way that you verify the identity of someone you're sending money to for example. I don't know that that requires a regulation leashes per se but those types of things are usually handled. Yes as it's like industry standards <hes> in the same way that the fraud protection that you have on your credit card or debit card those aren't regulations per se. That's actually set not by the systems by visa MasterCard by the networks they have a whole governing set of operating rules that govern how risk is shared. How Fraud is mitigated what you know security requirements each player in the ecosystem has to? <hes> maintain etc.. It's just that that rule set which was built up for those systems over sixty years is not really in place for these other systems at this point and so you know it's a self policing type of thing they'll end up establishing their own standards. Lisa Ellis has an analyst every search for Moffitt Nathanson the big payment APPs including Ben Wenzel do warn users in their user agreements not to send money to people they don't know or to use the APPS to pay for services but with Ben Mo- growing throwing seventy three percent year-over-year in the first quarter of this year. It's a good bet that's not all people splitting the dinner bill and now for some related links last consumer reports did a deep dive into peer to peer payments APPs. They found that it can be almost impossible for consumers to really understand what protections there are in the case of a scam or a user error and it said almost all the payment APPs could do a better job of setting their security levels higher by default to make it harder for someone to access your APP if they still your phone or even to put up more roadblocks when you send people payments the bigger problem though is that when CR did focus groups and asked consumers. Sumer if they thought their money was protected from you know stupid mistakes pretty much every single person said they thought the services would make it right and they were surprised to hear that they probably won't still I should point out that consumer reports did find. Is that generally speaking P._d.. Payment APPS are pretty safe. You just shouldn't use them to buy things online from people you don't know and even if you're buying in person like when I bought a ping pong table recently from a guy on craigslist I know I know I'm in the gray area here with the user agreement then Mo introduced Q._R. Codes to people's profiles back in two thousand seventeen so instead of typing someone's email you can scan their code and you know you're paying the right person although again I am embarrassed to say I did not know this until I bought this ping pong table like a month ago so there you go little tip for Meteo.
Amazon sued for discriminating against pregnant warehouse workers
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"Back. This is Dr Tom Roselle? You listen to doctor Tommaso live. We are talking about something that is very very impactful to all our lives because it stops dead in our tracks. And something that when it does occur. We can't function. You can't contribute. You can't participate. You can't be involved personally and everything why. Because it hurts. We're talking about headaches and all kinds of headaches. We talked a little bit about muscle contraction headaches. We talked a little bit about cranial pressure headaches, and we're going to get into the other pieces. Now, we're gonna talk a little bit about these referral. Pain toxic migraine is type of things that so many of you suffer with and this Wednesday evening, April the seventeenth seven PM in house. Dr Harlan Browning will be host your presenter at the results center in Fairfax. All you need to do. To register for that class, and you need to register by the way. So we want you. There are guests in the weather's great. And you need to show up is simply do this. Go to Roselle care dot com. That's our S E L L E C A R E Roselle care dot com and go scroll down say register here. And we're going to remind you that you know, that you have an appointment, and there's no cost to these things why because we want to give you as much data as we possibly can. Or simply call the office at seven zero three six nine eight seventy one seventeen and we'll get that reservation, and we'll remind you as well. Dr bowden. Let's get into the program. Just a little bit more. This is really important topic. And it's it's one that unfortunately caused billions of dollars to the community to individuals stops people in their tracks. They can't participate with their family. You know, they don't do their work the way they should be doing. It had been in the workplace they they're either on medications, so they're numbed out. And or they got a headache, and they had been officiant. So he started talking about a different type of headache that is one that people kind of miss and most physicians MRs explore that a little bit more. Yeah. So I kinda referred to those the secondary headaches. Meaning that their secondary to something else going on. We talked about the side effects of taking a lot of aspirin or any over the counter things. The issue is the body has to process those medications, and while it's processing it is often damaging itself, and I can assure you there's a lot of folks that go to the ER every year for undiagnosed bleeding ulcers because they take just too much aspirin or too much Tylenol. Well, when we take those medications, we destabilize our digestive track and burden or liver. And now, we're taking those two organ systems out of their day to day operation, and it becomes harder for us to control our body function. We call it home, you stasis in one of the side effects is we increase, more inflammation. Or maybe we don't clear hormones quickly. So what that means is our body, male and female, we produce hormones ongoingly, but the body has a mechanism to actually re-claim those and reprocess them ongoing because we just don't want continued increase hormone levels. We have to keep them at steady state and the liver in the GI track. Do that. So when the the liver and in the intestinal tract, become compromised. They can't they can't do that function. So then hormones start to to to fluctuate. Now, if we talk about a female who produces surges of hormones, estrogen progesterone, excuse me, then that's gonna make it even worse. So underlying GI problem that might not be a GI symptom related. We might not have gas bloating diarrhea constipation issue might have to be addressed. But that filtering system that we have within the intestinal track is no longer working properly. And as you said the barriers breaking down. But also the thing that we haven't touched upon yet. Does that because of that we're we're going to absorb pathogens we're going to be looking at bacteria and viral patterns and even parasites that can get into by then can cause these triggers to cause a symptom had a year and something even more simple less. Sinister. And that is when we eat, and let's say we eat processed foods, which a lot of people do their they're inundated with preservatives, stabilisers and things to make it have a long shelf life. Well, those chemicals are not natural to the body. So if we don't have a mechanism to get rid of it. We don't have a sub pump to pump the basement out when it's raining then that water's going to fill up, so we become more toxic. And then that's when people get these toxic type headaches, and they classically the person would say just feels like my whole head is just full or there's somebody squeezing my whole head to me that screens the toxic headache, inflammatory headache or hormonal headache as opposed to, you know, a pinched nerve or something else with with these headache patterns. We see a lot of thyroid type headaches. Thyroiditis if you will again, ida's means inflammation of something. And that's still comes from the same thing. It's that liver function not working and sometimes because that as you said the first part of liver Claritin is for hormones of all sorts. It doesn't make any difference. What kind they are? And now you have these inflammatory rotations that start producing these migraine headaches. These. Sick to your stomach headaches. I need to go throw up and get rid of a type headache. Let's walk through that a little bit. Let's let's talk about the differentiation. We've said for years that have migraine headache is a vascular headache. But it's a vascular something due to something unless we'll keep it on this referral pain pattern from the liver of walk through that a little bit more. Well, I think the easiest illustration would be the headache associated the day after drinking alcohol if we drink alcohol in the by doesn't have the ability to clear that alcohol and the aldehydes these are all the byproducts of it. Then it's going to circulate in the body, and because these are toxic chemicals, it causes blood vessels to become tighter or be sensitized. He causes other tissues to become inflamed. Well, the same thing happens if we just can't control day-to-day operations because over time the liver becomes toxic or or the the GI track becomes unstable. So that's the person who starts out by having. Maybe one migraine a year, then it goes to two. And now we get them once a month. Now, we get a couple times a week or on and on and on because we've lost that that balance at home stasis that I referred to. We just don't have steady state do these types of headaches just talking about these referred pain patterns causing the head to be audited. We talked about just a moment ago about the cascade of degeneration that occurs within the spinal system afterwards did these types of headaches caused that response over time as well. They could they could sensitize it and make it worse nerves. Need to have certain things for them to express themselves, and inflame inflammation, and intoxicate chemicals can sensitize the nerve and make it more likely for that nerve to do its thing to express itself, and that might be for that nerve to contract a muscle or that nerve to give a ringing in the year. Nerve to make us feel dizzy, so yes, the chemical type headaches can contribute even more so to to the structural. I would actually go on the flip side and say it's much more common that I see that the structural headache. Muscular skeletal is much more likely to trigger the person who's gets migraines. So they're they're structural problem triggers their migraines over and over again, so but unfortunately, they just blame the migraine portion. They're not looking at the structural underlying problem that triggers it. Let me ask you a question. And it's one that I know your patients have asked you, and they ask all of our doctors in the office. And while we presented for mation like this when we start tying the pieces together and the patient will often say, why didn't my doctor tell me what you're telling me. How come they don't know this information is it that they don't know it or is that they are not applying it in a systematic pattern and their compartment onto lies and things and I'm not. Deprecating any physician, but there's gotta be a reason. I would think it's probably a little bit of both scenarios. Are you know, as time goes by we kind of forget, the, basic, anatomy and physiology. And really if you have a great understanding of those two things, you can reverse engineer almost any type of symptom, and and come up with an answer that probably explains why you're you're dealing with the problem. I think the other half probably has to do with the ease of treating things with a medication. It's very convenient. There's no doubt about that. And it also helps to work within the confines of limited time in the room with the patient. If I if the doctor only has five minutes, it becomes easier to write the script than it does to work up. The problem working means doing all the diagnostic tests, the actual hands on if you don't actually touch a patient. You don't get very much information out of it. So we have five minutes in the room. It's tough for me to do an exam. And write scripts for medications, and for MREs and all this stuff. So then I think very often the default is let's just start with a common medicine for the problem and see where we we end up and unfortunately in today's health arena, you have more and more of that these they come in doctors and touch the patient, and they they simply said, well, let's try this works out and we'll follow up on it. And I'll see you next month and other doing they're treating being fair. Not everyone is like that. There's a lot of folks out there that really think through the process and really understand things. Just you know, you can go into folks like. Jack Wolfson who's known as the paleo cardiologists, and he works through symptom processes, but take it back all the way to what the causative reaction is. And the more you can get to the causative trigger the more effective. You can be with the patient. So that's what we're talking about. What we're talking about what caused this thing to begin with? Why is the patient having the problems that they are they having and if you treat that you become. Become the lifesaver to the patient is not anything other than application of normal. Physiological therapeutics understanding what the mechanisms are. And in today's world so much is coming out so quickly that you have to continue to tweak, and you're an expert at that, you're constantly constantly in the books and reading, and you know, when it comes to inflammatory ramifications in your background in urology, you have a specialty in neurological examination in application. These are important things. Let's talk a little bit more about this. It's an intriguing process. You know, when you talk about referred pain patterns. We talked a little bit about how this got lever mechanism, but there's other referral pains as well that can cause nasty headaches. And if you miss him, you never get rid of him. Yeah. Absolutely. So I think the quickest way to to break down is to look at a certain parameters the location of the headache. Whereas it is in front of your head the back of the head decided ahead. How frequent do you get it? Is there a time component? I get every day.
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"Dr Tom Roselle live right now on one zero five point nine FM and AM six thirty AM. AL? Welcome to Dr Tom Roselle live. This says Dr Tom Roselle live in studio waiting to take your calls on anything about your health. Perhaps you vote problem you've tried and you've looked any applied and you've done all kinds of things that haven't worked. Well, here's an opportunity. Give me a call. Let's talk about it and see we're gonna do without drugs, or, you know, the risk of surgery down the line triple eight six three zero nine six two five that's triple eight six zero ninety six twenty five loved to talk to you on anything that you have a question about this is your opportunity. That's why we do the program. Try to give you a different view different perspective, a different outlook relative to treatment diagnostics, and those kind of things, and you know, in today's world, we need to look at every avenue that we possibly can we have to have different opinions. So you can step up to the plate and be the master of your own ship that's years ago while I did my first book called Asia's health health is a doot yourself program simply because you are in the driver's seat. We have a fascinating program today. One that may be fraught with a little bit of controversy. And but also in tandem with the program that I'm doing we're gonna talk about pain, but we're going to talk about a way of potentially diagnosing areas of pain that may not be revealing on their own. You know, so often you go to a doctor and say I heard that the dot can't figure out where the WI and so forth, but because of technology actually that's been around for a long time. There's a application of something that has gone back literally decades and being used today in the medical Rena that in my opinion can be very cutting edge and very revealing where other things are not and to talk about this area. And we're we're talking about is thermographic imaging. But are we talking about? Well, we're going to have somebody explained that to you in studio. None other than the director and demographer of the Marguerite centers of fair. Facs high Gareth. Hey, how're you death? Painter is the lead the principal in democracy Fairfax. And she does this on a regular basis and Dara's as certified thermometer for through the American college of clinical thermometer, thermometer Affi short, his ACT, and Derek let's start with something really very simple. What's demography? What really is what's what's this hullabaloo because you know, some people say it's really shining a light on Sunday means absolutely nothing. Well, if you if you talk to Dr peanut she'll tell you that it's human Doppler. Basically what we're doing is. We're recording the bodies infrared heat throughout the body. Obviously, we're looking at specific areas based on on indications from the patient. But what we're looking at is heat resonance where it should be in the body. And where it shouldn't be in the body. We're looking for inflammatory patterning if you will. Cemetry or asymmetries in the body using that infrared technology so hot and cold spots. Basically. Yes. So the let's get something straight up in clear about the thermographic imaging demography does not show the presence of mass of a hard substance. Exactly. So what we're looking at is vascular changes metabolic changes in the body were not looking for the hard components. So we're talking about blood circulatory patterns or inflammatory reactions because inflammation produces heat in the body. Right. We're also looking at construction to which a lot of people don't pay pay attention to. So when we're looking at problems in the body. Yeah. Immediately immediately we look at inflammatory presentations, but we also need to look at the opposite. The constrictive patterns were they shouldn't be so constricted. Simply mean, we're talk. Talking about blood vessel flow, not opening up that isn't going to work needs to exactly so that would show a opposite of something. That's hot. And so the the differentiated tells you when they're supposed to be something that's warm and flowing, and you see something that's restricted in cold. That's a signal. Exactly. If you see something that is too hot overwhelming and diffuse that's awesome signal. Exactly. So at that point, it leans to adding other diagnostic means, but we'll we'll talk about that. And how it's cooperative with other types of. The to use a term invasive diagnostics where this might be the first step and really determining what's going on before you have to take that next step, then be radiated and so forth. And you're not losing any time. You're actually maybe adding to the puzzle, right? And it's also away for some people who are, you know, not wanting to take that invasive measure and want to avoid it and rationalize it in their head. This is actually a way to kind of take global look to see if there's actually a problem. How long has it been since I know that and we've used it with our practice for years and years. Demographic imaging relative to breast diagnoses. We use a whole body diagnosis to get scans. But now, we're in we're in a world where it's becoming more refined more applicable more definitive, and the if you will the software the algorithms that are go along with it much more specific, let's specifically talk about pain. How does demographic imaging say there? It is there's the pain patterns, obviously when you talked about the hot spots, we look at that. I and we we look at if you're doing a full body imaging are an area of interest. We're looking at my doctor's anyway when when they do the evaluation they're looking for areas out of the norm. So they're looking for that heat resonance that isn't quite what it should be or over a comparative time usually for us when we're looking for pathology we look at a three month period that sounds like a long time. But it really isn't. When you're also including other. Diagnostic applications, but we're looking to see changes over time. So hopefully that answers your question we're looking at areas out of the norm for that individual. And then it getting either progressively worse or quieting down over that three month period. And now why the three month period? Obviously when you're looking at pain or inflammatory, what's the number one thing. Everybody's looking for do I have cancer. Do I have something that is going to go out of control? So what we look for is. You know, is there a process of angiogenesis that is occurring in the body that over a thirty two to ninety day period is growing exponentially exponentially. Now, the interesting thing with thermographic diagnostics is that it lens at least in we've seen it repetitively with at this point thousands of patients over a long period of time. It lands that little extra if you will certainty to that clinical suspicion that we may have sure so I remember it was about a week or two ago. I had a patient that you referred in. And the patient had come to you had can shoulder pain, and so forth that was insignificant. You were doing a whole body scan on on this person. And you told them that there's a good chance that it was coming from the temperament of joint the J because that whole area was hot. And it was radiating up into the head and the truth. Was you were right. It was absolutely right on the Mark. How did you notice that the pain was coming from the temperament joint in this type of patient because I followed the pattern of the heat resonance. So you try to look for obviously, the area of interest would have been, you know, the the the shoulder arm the wherever, but you have to follow the trail. Rail. Just like, you know, you do with anything else you try to go to the source. So as I was scanning I continue to move the camera up to see is it profuse. Does it go out throughout the body or where does it begin or end because you know, I don't know that aspect that's where I handed over to you. I sit there and go. Okay. Here's the picture. Yes. Yes. There is a high probability that is coming from the TM J Trump because that's where the profuse -ness of the inflammatory pattern is stemming from. And if you know we've over time we've we've seen if we don't address that then it's just going to be a reputed process. My guest in studio Gareth painter, your host, your presenter this Wednesday evening. The the twentieth of February already at the result center for healing in Fairfax. Tariff is going to be doing a night on the fee and pain diagnostics, and what it really means. And how it is a very simple noninvasive accurate procedure that can assist compliment everything else that you do clinically. This is an opportunity to really get a hold on something that's cutting edge in our opinion. And all you need to do is go to Roselle care dot com and scroll down as usual, you can see it's one of our in-house continuing education programs and click registered now. And we'll I promise you. It'll be. A great evening. You'll be able to see touching and tell all kinds of different things that evening. So February twentieth. The results center for healing in. Fairfax. Make sure that you make your reservations visualizing pain through thermographic Darith. This is an area. That's intrigued me forever. And because it it lends credence if you will to some of the things that we become suspicious of just going through normal examination processes, and like the TM j you come up with something and say, hey, did you look at this. And the patients didn't know that they had a TM j or temporary joint dysfunction problem or they didn't focus on it. Because the other pain was more significant that's true too. How about migraine headaches and similar in the head? Let's go because we're in blood supply and vascular patterns, you have a patient that a migraine is a vascular vascular headache, Ken thermographic imaging pickup. The course the direction the area that. The migraine is stemming from absolutely especially if it's occurring at that moment in time. I'll give you a perfect example. And and you and I've worked with him before. And that would be my son when he was very young. It's very non-typical for a male at at age twelve thirteen to suffer migraines, but trying to figure out where it comes from is the key in trying to resolve it or a radical. But it so if you've got somebody who is in the middle of a migraine pattern. There's a point of no return for some of us who who suffer this. But if you can actually take an imaging of the pain pattern sometimes and we can go to to Chinese medicine if in the areas where you can tell where the source of pain is coming from one sided the other side is at frontal is it coming from again, the Tam Jay is it coming from the base of the neck. There's a lot of areas that once you. You can visualize. You can actually have something tangible to see you can then turn around to either someone like yourself or someone like Dr Pena and say take a look at this. And actually there's something that they can work with. No is as well known that allergy reactions caused inflammatory processes throughout the body, and they can cause joint pain, they can cause headaches and so forth. Mcgrath. Give machine Ken aid significantly in the diagnostics of allergy related headaches. Yes. And it's an area that is now been accepted in the thermographic community, and and being used by many different practices, medical and osteopathic chiropractic dental and so forth, especially outside of this country, especially outside. Well, unfortunately, as we've talked about so many times, that's where the majority of the research and the cutting at instrumentation is coming from there's so much that takes place. We're gonna talk about more of these outside the country specificities if you will when we come back, but my guests in studios, Derek Panter. She is the principal and a registered demographer for. Demographia says the Fairfax and this Wednesday evening the twentieth. The month..
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"Ninety-six twenty-five loved to talk to you on anything that has to do with your health as long as you wanna comment that has nothing to do with drugs and surgery. That'd be interesting. It'd be able to pull things out without that. Well, we'll give your opinion and see if we can make that happen in studio. Dr Leonard POE, he is the director of core concepts practic by Roselle end the broad lens, but this Wednesday evening this evening. The ninth already January seven PM he will be at the results center for healing in Fairfax. And he's going to be doing lecture on lab tests is your doctor ordering the right tests. What more do you need to know? How can you put this together? Dr poked, let's let's get back. And you know, we said in the first part of the program that most tests are not complete their insufficient. Secondly that even when the. Reported the reported in a range that is is not specific enough. And in addition to that there's much more that should be ordered and a lot of doctors on hunting expeditions and not very specific. And then I made a comment my opinion that a lot of times they're not ordered because of two reasons insurance company doesn't pay for them. And so the doctor ops out or Secondly, the the fact that they don't know what to do with a lot of the things when they're coming down to keeping up with everything else. That's what we have to look. So this, you know, when we look at these laboratories, let's talk a little bit about we talked about it on a program. I think one or two or three ago we talked about thyroid function problems, and the patient doesn't feel well they have all the indicators of thyroid and they're thinning hair on top of their head. They have the outer one third of their eyebrows. Missing their faces full their mental Cutie is not as good. They're putting on weight. They can't get it off. And they know they have rough skin. Heels in elbows. And the doctor runs a t h and t four. Yeah. If they're lucky if you get the t four if you're lucky what should be done. TSA h I like running total t four total t three free t four free T three. I like to see the reverse t three you want to run the PPO anybody's the other thyroid antibodies. I like seeing T three uptake. I mean, you really want to run every if you want to see functionally what the thyroid's doing you really need to run all those things to say. And the other pieces is that if you asked your daughter, your doctor, if t four is not being converted at the level. You have adequate t four and if you're taking something like Synthroid. Yeah. That's not good enough to three. That's the question is your cells don't use t four. That's the thing they use T three. And so you you're met. That's why they run the TSA the t four because they want to see am I dose of the medication correctly. And that's really about it. It doesn't mean that that. T four is converting correctly entity three and that your cells are using it. It's just it's there you're running the test primarily for dosage, and that's it. But all those things really need to be run. If you wanna functionally know what the thyroid's doing it is. And you know, when you're when you're dealing with the different hormones. It's important. That, you know, which hormone is not being converted. I was just about to talk about the is responsible for converting fourth Iraq's in into to three through the vast majority of its right? And if it's not converting properly, you need to know why. But so you have to look at the liver, and you have to look at. Look in between the line. There's no there's no system in the body. That's you know, by itself, they all co mingle the all go together. That's why you have to look at a person as a as a whole entity in holistic medicine kind of comes from. And he had to look at a person as a whole you can't you can't compartmentalize these different pieces and say, they're okay. You can't if you're looking for you dying. Do you have a cardiac condition, then I can just look at the heart valves, and that's it. Let's quickly go to the phones. I wanna talk to Robert Robert thank you for calling in. How can I help you? Robert. Okay. We'll have to get back to Robert Robert. There was a call back or we see on the line. But it's not coming through. Steve. How can I help you ever recurring UTI? Hi, good afternoon. Thank you for taking my call after she hit. My question is I'm fifty years old. I've actually had a reoccurring UTI from the age of women of been on every antibiotic. I think they can prescribe pretty much at this point resistant now to Cipro for the bacteria was pro and wanted to get just your thoughts. If you had any ideas based on your experiences, there were other options idea, there's a lot of things that they're missing in the fact that you've been on. So many antibiotics tells me that it's probably not a bacterial infection. If you can get a fungal or a yeast type infection that will go into the prostate or go up into the urinary track in men. And here's the problem is that when you know, if you're with your partner, and your have intercourse, you're going back and forth and your infecting each other. And until both of you are treated if it is a any kind of infection. It's never going away. So both people have to be evaluated and laboratory work has to be. Looked at so my primary, my guess.