15 Burst results for "Stephen Kobetski"
"stephen kobetski" Discussed on The Mark Levin Show
"Positive. Hopefully we are. I assure you we. I've so angry at the media coverage of the pandemic in the lies they've been telling you about florida and texas. We've caught them in more lies. And i'm going to share that with you and we're gonna get into it coming up next but but one more moment of hope here one more upbeat thing to tell you that our country is not totally lost. You know this guy right. I also have a source. That says chris was on the phone with this brother. This week is your source is not is not you gotta have boundaries. You gotta draw a line. He doesn't i think he does actually all right. Brian stelter there. Brian stelter helter skelter. I think the great world calls or brian stelter there. The prepubertal voice of cnn's media analysis. That was stephen kobetski because there by the way an accidental moment of clarity. They're challenging the question of chris cuomo not having any boundaries there and And he continued stelter trying to run interference with chris. Cuomo the marginalized cuomo family there now at cnn. In and listen to this part of it conflicts. But i don't think we opened up the journalism ethics book. There's no paints for this. It's the craziest of circumstances you can imagine as my friend chris. Plante talk. show host out of dc says no page for this in the journalistic ethics books. I believe it's page one. I believe i believe it is if there is a book of journalistic ethics. I'm pretty sure every single page has some mentioned of if you have a direct personal conflict of interest with the story. You need to step away. But that's brian stelter the voice prepubescent as it sounds of journalistic ethics over there at cnn. What what's the upside. What's the good news. What's the positive part of this. There's this you know that the ratings are dying over at cnn. You know that. It's poison anytime. Brian stelter shows up on. Cnn as no one is watching his show well. Apparently it's not exclusive to cnn. The stephen kobe show actually suffered a.
"stephen kobetski" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Radio
"To protect people against pertussis. The diptheria tetanus pertussis or dep is for younger children than seventy years old. Tetanus diphtheria pertussis or thi dep is for older children and adults including pregnant women news network. I'm vivian williams. Talk about the mayo clinic radio. I'm dr tom chives. But i'm tracy mccray traits us you know. There are millions of people in this country with heart. Disease in fact is the number one killer of both men and women in the us and the majority of those people have cad or coronary artery disease. And that's when the major blood vessels that supply the muscles of your heart. They supply blood. They supply nutrients say supply oxygenated when they become damaged or diseased. It's called coronary artery disease. And that of course is usually the result of cholesterol containing deposits called plaque along with a little information inflammation and it is a process that we know as atherosclerosis. When the plaque builds up it narrows your coronary arteries and that decreases the blood flow to your heart. Eventually that can cause symptoms that you might recognize chest pain shortness of breath. A complete blockage can even cause heart attack. We know there's lots of things that you can do to prevent heart disease but what about reversing the damage. That has already been done. Is that possible. Let's find out from mayo clinic. Preventative cardiologist dr. stephen kobetski welcome back to the program. Thank you for having me. Backtra kopetski good to see you. You know i've heard you say that you wanted to start a coronary artery disease reversal clinic suggesting that in fact if you're coronary arteries where disease you could make them better. Yes very clearly you can. We have the clinic. We just don't call it that. Unfortunately but the data the studies have shown you can reverse heart disease you can reverse this narrowing of the arteries to the heart as you mentioned inflammation or irritation of the lining of the artery is very important to reduce. Because that's what actually causes the blood clot to form in the heart attack to occur. And why did you get the inflammation in the first place. Well that's a great question. There are things that cause inflammation smoking. High blood.
"stephen kobetski" Discussed on This is Only a Test
"But i will say the things i go to aren't just like die hard i think scrooge d- is a genuinely good comedy a little adult a little grownup i love that movie Trying to think back here. Hey batman returns. Oh is christmas and it is one of my favorite movies. And i think like i revisit that just because that would be kind of shaped me as a child i just loved it so much and that so much about that movie the setting and the booth and how it's just it's a tragedy to when it comes to the penguin and cat-woman. I love that movie so much. It's a little early but groundhog day is also one of my favorite films. I think that's something. I always watch around this period as well. I don has one of the weirdest drink orders in film. History that you'll see andie macdowell orders of vermouth with a twist of lime. And that's all the drink and your white was that one of the most scientifically accurate films ever like in terms of the content within it. But you know yeah. Yeah it is but i think that first of all any time is a good time for that movie but i think we did. The commentary for groundhog day on the slash cast with stephen kobetski several years ago. So you can dig that up and check that out. I love that movie just so so much. I'm trying to think of what else is. There are so many new york based wants to be like Don't you save of actually. Don't you say not gonna say love. Actually but one of the the the eddie murphy movie. The eddie murphy. Dan ackroyd oh trading spaces trading places bit of holiday movie as well coming to america which also takes place over the holidays. I love coming to america. One of my favorite movies of all time. So i go back to these movies which reflect kind of holiday mood. They don't necessarily have to be christmas movies. You know how about you norm elf. Obviously a modern classic soak it also new york movie. Give recommendation netflix. A series called the movies that made us kind of spin off of the toys that made us going to behind the scenes of how these are made and they just released two mini. Docs for christmas movies. The christmas movies that made us one for nightmare before christmas and one for elf and both of those are really worth watching great interviews with the cast with the production team and the writers especially and so recommend lows Yeah it's gremlins elephant. You know honestly lord of the rings just because like yeah something in the background right extended addition in those just got bumped up to four k. Hdr on all streaming services and so. It's a this year especially time with his on kennedy question. How are you guys enjoying movies at home. Because right now my mission is eventually turned my basement into a bit of a home theater. So i am looking more heart like more deeply projectors. I had a projector at my old apartment. But now i can have like an actual setup and the bigger screen everything or you guys just being it up or do you have projectors or anything at this point i'm just a and i got caught in a weird cycle for this so i i actually have a like. We have two main. Tv's and the one in my bedroom is actually from two thousand eight but man. It won't die. Yeah and so. I like it's only like seven twenty p but i just i feel guilty about replacing it. I had one. I has let me tell you. I had one of those and my wife. We were installing something in our bedroom and she dropped a pole in the middle of the screen. And i was like. Oh no you killed it. Guess we have to get a new..
"stephen kobetski" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Radio
"With other chronic conditions or are undergoing chemotherapy or more likely to have complications now. Complications include bronchitis pneumonia and heart problems. Again she says the vaccine for influenza is one of the best defenses. we have some people. Don't get the flu vaccine. Because they think it could cause the flu. She says the flu vaccine is what we call the dead vaccine. You can't get the flu from a flu. Shot now. Flu mist while safer. Most people contains a weakened form of the virus so people with certain conditions should get a flu shot instead. Dr arden stresses that everyone who can get it should get it. It takes two weeks for the vaccine to work so get your flu shot now and in other news meat. Is it okay to eat it when it comes to heart health or not red meat. Consumption has long been associated with increased risk of diseases such as heart attack and stroke. A new study suggests that meat may not be so bad after all nevertheless. Dr stephen kobetski a mayo clinic. Cardiologists says that limiting red meat in your diet is still important for heart health. He says cutting down on meat. Consumption has clearly been shown in multiple multiple studies to be helpful. He says meat especially red. Meat and processed meat is associated with increased risk of many health issues including heart attack and stroke and that everybody from the world health organization to the american cancer society has said. Don't eat so much process meets. Don't eat so much red meat. People who eat foods based on the mediterranean diet which is rich and whole grains veggies fruits fish olive oil have a reduced risk of many health issues for the mayo clinic news network. I'm vivian williams. Welcome back to mayo clinic radio. I'm dr tom shy. And i'm tracy mccray excess belly. Fat poses higher health risks for some women who were of normal weight. That's right a new study adds to the evidence that belly fat is dangerous. Researchers at the university of iowa who studied more than one hundred and fifty thousand women say postmenopausal women of normal weight are at increased risk of death from heart disease and cancer if they have excess abdominal fat here to discuss as a mayoclinic endocrinologist at mayo clinic. Menopause and women's sexual health clinic. Dr kabore welcome back to the program. Dr kapoor pleasure to be here. Thank you thanks for being here doctor core. So where are you carry. Your excess weight.
"stephen kobetski" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Radio
"You know there are millions of people in this country heart disease. In fact, it's the number one killer of both men and women in the US and the majority of those people have cad or coronary artery disease, and that's when the major blood vessels that supply the muscles. Of Your heart they supply blood, they supply nutrients, they supply oxygen when they become damaged or diseased. It's called coronary artery disease and that of course is usually the result of cholesterol containing deposits called plaque along with a little information inflammation, and it is a process that we know as atherosclerosis. When the plaque buildup, it narrows your coronary arteries and that decreases the blood flow to your heart. Eventually, that can cause symptoms that you might recognize chest pain shortness of breath a complete blockage can even cause a heart attack and we know there's lots of things that you can do to prevent disease but what about? Reversing the damage that has already been done is that possible? Let's find out from Mayo Clinic Preventive Cardiologists Dr, Stephen Kobetski welcome back to the program. Thank you for having me Kopetski. Good to see you i. once heard you say that you wanted to start a coronary artery disease reversal clinic suggesting that in fact, if you're coronary artery disease, you could make them better. Yes. Very clearly you can. We have the clinic. We just don't call it that unfortunately, but the data the studies have shown you can reverse heart disease. You can reverse this narrowing of the arteries to the heart is you mentioned inflammation or the Of the lining of the artery is very important to reduce because that's what actually causes the blood clot to form in the heart attack to occur and why did you get the inflammation in the first place? Well, that's a great question. There are many things that cause inflammation smoking high blood pressure diabetes. If you don't do those, you stop the progression of Heart. Disease of the narrowing, but it's really diet stress control exercise. They will help not only stop the progression, but actually promote the regression or the opening up of the artery is one of those. That's most important diet stress control number one factor now for early death and disease in the United States, and soon to be the world diet diet, it used to be smoking. Smoking was. So when you say Diane does that mean you have to become a vegetarian to revert reverse damage or? Broth only from here on the right? No. No you don't need to be a vegetarian, but it helps if you go more towards more plant based. So in the Mediterranean Diet that we've talked about here before it has four things that aren't vegetarian in red meat, which it suggested three ounces a day, a deck of cards fish you know eat three or four times a week, a dairy products which is. It's very limited just like one pat of butter a day, and then things like poultry meat you know Turkey or chicken poultry if you can eat most of your calories being plant-based fruits, vegetables, legumes, whole grains, and then to get full on that stuff and add in a little bit of these other things. But the two things that Americans have forgotten about any ubiquitous is stress and social support and sleep they all think well, everybody's under stress. Don't worry about it and I don't get much sleep. I'm. Never I'M GONNA don't worry about that either those two are huge because they don't allow you to have resiliency in comeback and change your lifestyle can lower your stress. Love. Your heart can be healthier if you get better sleep and reduce your stress, there's no doubt about that. Now, what about cholesterol still worry about that the guidelines have come out and there'd be a newspaper probably soon, they'll say Klaly isn't that important? They said that a couple years ago and all the press picked up on was that clutch important. If they would read the article. It would say that we eat so much saturated fat in animal fat and saturated plant fat in this country that the cholesterol we take in isn't as important as it used to be. So you really ought to cut down both the cholesterol and the saturated fat, but you still believe in statins for people who have elevated cholesterol are you more suggesting that it can be controlled with diet in most patients it can be controlled with Diet but takes a pretty radical change and. We ask them to migrate to a new died over one to two years because you can't just do it tomorrow. So statins have been around for a long time and there are a lot of people taking statins. So dry any long term side effects that you've identified you know we've we have found that it lead to increase incidence of diabetes, but it's usually earlier occurrence of diabetes than if you weren't on the staten. So if you are obese have high fasting blood sugar have metabolic syndrome with a big punch. You'll go into become a diabetic about three months earlier than if you weren't on the staten but for every one patient gets diabetes five heart attacks prevented. We've heard that term metabolic syndrome a lot and it's difficult to understand for. US and our listeners. Yes. Netflix Metabolic Syndrome has five factors. What the main was the Big Punch big abdominal obesity, which is a very active fat. It puts out chemicals that are bad for us. It makes us more insulin resistant which for women going through menopause that's where you're likely to gain weight. Yeah, and women it's really a higher risk Falcon for them. Second is blood pressure. That's elevated. Third is the low HDL or good cholesterol. It cleans out the arteries and then the blood pressure those the factors that really lead to more inflammation and if you control those that you're much better off, we've heard you talk about fish oil before and as I recall, you're a proponent. I WanNa know if you still are and is that for everybody or is that just for people with heart disease? Well it. Helps a lot of people in not just people with heart disease in your recent study showed that High Dose Fish Oil Epa specifically a certain type of EPA, which is within you find the bottle. When you buy in the store will reduce a.
"stephen kobetski" Discussed on The Moratorium
"Experience has taught him to cherish life every day isn't this. For. This sounds like you made this up. Horseback riding in Iceland Underneath Bell Canaan. Actually came the powers of I. It was a winged horse They should been the very beginning. Yeah. I guess things like that. Probably happened in hyperion but. Nobody there you know picture overnight. Another bizarre thing he has a form of ESP okay okay. That he called hearing tones. While working with David Byrne on his film true stories, he told burn about this gift and he was inspired to write the song radiohead about him. The Band radiohead took its name from this song. Okay It's just bizarre I mean I guess? I don't even know what to about that it. All sounds made it. All sounds made up. Steve until allow ski lives in Dallas, Texas, a six foot two. It says his trademark he usually plays annoying businessmen types. That D- Heroes or villains loath to deal with. Yeah, actually a pretty accurate. Actor it's. Now that you hear a story you're like why? Are. In force flying through the air. Angle defendthem. Sounds like a fucked and something that would be tainted on a van or something and? Probably when his horse got picked up and he was thrown off the road and broke his neck is probably when he lost his ability for short term memory. As. He played Sammy Jenkins in Memento. Yeah. I'll check gladly. Clever got to the bottom of that. Creepy Body. Let me not creepy mystical. I Guess Ed two, hundred seventy some odd things man he's been around. He's done a ton. Of Work that he's done. Good Jillian right Oh. then. You know what I don't even know if I knew that was in in space balls. Young think as I've ever seen them, you know. Look like turned up on. Yourself according to celebrity's net worth Stephen? Kobetski has a net worth of one point five million dollars. It's a lot of work that. Yeah E. plays little guys. He's not a leading man he's not getting a million dollars each movie. You Bonnie. Any show now I guess they re did one day to. nope. Still on anymore I do remember hearing about that. Yeah I. Don't it's had fifty two episodes. Wash shows a much Rolo. Roll here we go. Nineteen ninety-five deed. Do we sent loom is head of the class expect. Cory stillman. Veracity what could go wrong? Steve Guy. Named Peter Scolari was in that. Court. Of course. They're just a pilot..
"stephen kobetski" Discussed on The Moratorium
"So Stephen Kobetski was also in single white female man. I remember him from sneakers. That was a fun movie. Yeah. That was probably my favorite Robert Redford movie. I know you're going to say why god out of electric Horseman. I can honestly say I mean like, well, no, I do like a lot of his maybe. I thinking of Sundance Kid. Cassidy. Good movie. Oh my God we've been lucky and welcome home. Roxy Carmichael. Just. Let's just stop right there. That's all you need. Yeah. He's in. He's done everything I wonder where he played his first thunder dining women. When he played his first Creepy. Guy As the. Creepy guy he can play that. Feels like that didn't happen and in the past you know decade bring but maybe he's always been created but it wouldn't be my guy, my deep dive if he didn't have some weird. Behind. Aright Alex, in the day, the night the molly done. Okay. I'm done. Drop the MIC. Says Tobe ski recorded two songs on an album of Dallas garage band called the a new High Stevie Ray Vaughan play lead guitar with them. It was Stevie for studio recording in nineteen seventy. Awesome Interesting. What instrument did he play? The Jews Harp. On Base Guy Right. Her drown. It. Looks like it was corrected. So I don't know what the first line of that part says he was the lead singer in the I band formed by Guitar Legend Avon. High School together and less, but it says not true please. Change to nineteen seventy. Yeah. Anyway was interesting out. he was going to wear the date. Yes, about. Everybody was in that movie Steven till ski broke his neck in five places while horseback riding in. Iceland. Underneath an active volcano, you didn't think it was to get weird enough to okay. Wait a minute minute right but wait there's more. IMDB. This is off IMDB. Broke his neck and five places while horseback riding in Iceland underneath an active volcano after the wind pit him and his horse up off the ground. 'em Blew them off the road. He was required where neck brace for three and a half months and maintains the.
"stephen kobetski" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Q
"Trae tease. You know there are millions of people in this country with heart. Disease in fact is the number one killer of both men and women in the US and the majority of those people have C. A. D. or coronary artery disease and. That's when the major blood vessels that supply the muscles of your heart. They supply blood. They supply nutrients. They supplied a supply oxygenated when they become damaged or diseased. It's called coronary artery disease. And that of course is usually the result of cholesterol containing deposits called plaque along with a little information inflammation and it is a process that we know as Atherosclerosis when the plaque buildup it narrows your coronary arteries and that decreases the blood flow to your heart's eventually that can cause symptoms that you might recognize chest pain shortness of breath a complete blockage can even cause a heart attack. And we know there's lots of things that you can do to prevent heart disease but what about reversing the damage that has already been done? Is that possible? Let's find out from Mayo Clinic Preventive Cardiologist Dr Stephen Kobetski. Welcome back to the program. Thank you for having me Backtra Kopetski you. You know. I've heard you say that you wanted to start a coronary artery disease reversal clinic suggesting that in fact if you're coronary artery disease you could make them better. Yes very clearly you can. We have the clinic. We just don't call it that. Unfortunately but the data the studies have shown you can reverse heart disease. You can reverse this narrowing of the arteries to the heart. Is You mentioned inflammation or the irritation of the lining of the artery is very important to reduce. Because that's what actually causes the blood clot to form in the heart attack to occur. And why do you get the inflammation in the first place? Well that's a great question. There are many things because inflammation smoking. High blood pressure diabetes. If you don't do those you stop the progression of heart disease of the narrowing but it's really diet. Stress Control Exercise. They will help not only stop the progression but actually promote the regression or the opening up of the artery. Is there one of those? It's most important diet stress control number. One risk factor now for early death and disease in the United States and soon to be the World Diet Diet. It used to be smoking. Smoking was yeah. So when you say Diane. Does that mean you have to become a vegetarian to reverse this damage or no? I'm Gong Broth. Only here on the right. No no you don't need to be a vegetarian but it helps if you go more towards more plant based so in the Mediterranean Diet. We've talked about here before. It has four things that aren't vegetarian in it. Red Meat which it suggested three ounces a day a deck of cards fish you know. Eat three or four times a week. A dairy products which is It's very limited just to like one pat of butter a day and then Things like poultry white meat to Turkey or chicken poultry. If you can eat most of your calories being plant-based fruits vegetables blooms whole grains and then to get full on that stuff and add in a little bit of his other things but the two things that Americans have forgotten about any Is Stress and social support and sleep. They all think well everybody's under stress don't worry about it and I don't get much sleep. I'm never I'M GONNA so don't worry about that either. Those two are huge. Because they don't allow you to have resiliency in comeback and change your lifestyle and make in lower your stress left say your heart can be healthier if you get better sleep and reduce your stress. There is no doubt about that now. What about cholesterol? Do we still worry about that. The guidelines have come out. And there'd be a new paper probably soon they'll say cholesterol isn't that important. They said that a couple of years ago and all the press picked up on was that clutch strong important. If they would read the article it would say that we eat so much saturated fat in animal fat and saturated fat in this country that the cholesterol we take in isn't as important as it used to be. So you really ought to cut down both the cholesterol and the saturated fat but you still believe in statins for people who have elevated cholesterol or are you more suggesting that it can be controlled with Diet. In most patients that can be controlled with diet takes a pretty radical change and we ask them to migrate to new died over one to two years. Because you can't just do it tomorrow. So statins have been around for a long time and there are a lot of people taking statins. So right right Any long term side effects that you've identified you know we've we have found that it can lead to increase incidence of diabetes. But it's usually earlier occurrence of diabetes than if you weren't on the Stanton so if you were obese have high fasting blood sugar have metabolic syndrome with the big haunch. You'll go into become a diabetic about three months earlier. Than if you weren't on the stanton but for everyone patient gets diabetes. Five heart attacks are prevented. We've heard that term metabolic syndrome a lot and it's difficult to understand for us and our listeners. Aspen Netflix Metabolic Syndrome has five factors. What the main was the big paunch big abdominal obesity which is very active fat. It puts out chemicals that are bad for us. It makes us more insulin resistant. Which for women going through menopause. That's where you're likely to gain weight and women it's really a higher risk for them Second is blood pressure that's elevated third is the low. Hdl Or low good. Cholesterol cleans out the arteries. And then the blood pressure. Those factors that really lead to more inflammation. And if you control those that you're much better off. We've heard you talk about fish oil before. And as I recall your a proponent I want to know if you still are and is that for everybody or is that just for people with heart disease. Well it helps a lot of people not just people with heart disease you know. Recent study showed that high dose fish oil. Epa specifically a certain type of EPA which is within you find on the bottle when you buy in the store will reduce heart attacks if you have real high triglycerides even if your ldl is controlled all right a drug called. Cpa just read that the FDA approved an expanded use of this fish oil drum. That's the one. Epa as the via C. E. P. A. is spelled and that's the one that they approved and that's one that showed benefit when it comes to fish and fish oil if you don't like fish in the you're trying to do the Mediterranean Diet but you're not eating fish fish oil take its place or is that something that you would want us both of them fish and fish oil you like ideally to use both of them and it's better to have the fish and there's no pill replaces lifestyle in the. Mediterranean died is more than just a diet. It's a lifestyle stop by the store on the way home. Pick up the the fish fresh. Take it home take awhile to cook it? Sit for a couple of hours with your family as you eat it and talk about the day. Don't just you know. Eat It on the way to the soccer game or something all right. Aspirin BABY ASPIRIN. Who should be taken? It still think it's a preventive for people who have had heart disease or have heart disease if you've had heart disease. Aspirin is beneficial. There's no there's no argument about that unless you have bleeding problems from it if you don't have heart disease it's not as helpful as we used to think it was. You have to be a higher risk for heart attack Over the next ten years. Ten Twelve fifteen percent risk those people benefit but the average person which is lower like seven eight percent risk. They they probably wouldn't benefit. And how does it work? It stops the inflammation in the lining of the arteries and also stops the blood clot formation in the lining of the artery when Exercises something that you're supposed to do. I think that can be intimidating for people when you say. Exercise is what a patient needs to do. What does that mean? Yeah fiscal activities. I've gone to more because exercise. They kind of fold cross their arms and looked at the ceiling in fiscal activity is two things one. DoN'T BE SEDENTARY EVERY HOUR. Get up and move around for three or four minutes. A lot of the big corporations around this country in the world. Now have a thing every hour where you get up and you move around so go up two floors to go the bathroom. Go Talk to a colleague instead of sending them an email. The second thing is intense physical activity. Which is what we used to do. A lot of when you do intense activity three great. Things happen very quickly. One is the heart is told to pump more blood because the muscle say hey. We're running from the sabertooth tiger. We gotTA TRY TO SURVIVE. The second thing is the blood vessels get bigger which lowers blood pressure and the third thing is the muscle. Say Okay Belly Fat Europe next if we survive this run from the Sabertooth Tiger. I need more. Energy can only have twenty minutes of energy and my cell. You start breaking down and sending me extra energy. Because that's where we put extra calories as an adult so it's the American dream I call it you can. Actually we've shown here with research. You can reduce abdominal fat with interval activity all right one final question study from the Journal of the American College of Cardiology. This mark guys. The guys researchers have found that eating Chili peppers regularly can cut the risk of death from heart disease and stroke true. That was the number one read article last year in the Jack and so it is true. And it's funny about. It is not just regular bell peppers hot peppers and this was in addition to a Mediterranean Diet. So they say why. We'll maybe it's inflammation it didn't didn't affect inflammation maybe it's phase. Ah delegation because you get hot and your blood pressure goes down. It didn't affect what looks like. It may be some of the antioxidants that are in their in. Some of these peppers have more all right. Can't argue with that. Peer Review Journal Heart Disease. Hardaway the number one killer of both men and women in this country. Cad coronary artery. Disease is usually the culprit lifestyle. Changes can help prevent it and it can actually be reversed and don't forget. The Chili Peppers are thanks to Dr Stephen. Kobetski preventative cardiologist at the Mayo Clinic. Thanks capacity thanks for having me Mayo. Clinic QNA is a production of Mayo Clinic News Network and is available wherever you get and subscribe to your favorite podcasts. To see a list of all male clinic. Qna podcasts visit news network DOT Mayoclinic Dot Org. Then Click on podcasts. Thanks for listening and be well. We hope you'll offer a review of this and other episodes when the option is available comments and questions can also be sent to Mayo Clinic News Network at Mayo Dot Edu..
"stephen kobetski" Discussed on Trainer Talk - The Podcast
"Actually work exceed does and tennessee tennyson about some of your feelings that you're experiencing award uh-huh we were up to week we would see the flow grief at one day they what kinda post and then the next day that the gotta salute late absolutely when i lay quiets assault great of a couple of weeks dual stuff up important off so i rarely when you just get two or three quiet weeks absolutely no thought you're absolutely right mondays at being the group going yeah you're holding you all all these things to do but all these ideas on stick and then by wednesday boss the boy i just go and do something else i don't see it is my energy run out uh-huh thought through everything instant mundane to say that my when sam's really down so what i learned to do on wednesday was say goodbye i'm self employed loyd and give myself permission not work and say you know what there are other things that needs to be done so whether that was getting out in the garden whether it was trying to exercise class whether it was missing a coffee recognize that pattern thought hey this is okay i can do this on and then i gave us off that little day off or a few hours off and then by thursday or get on the horse let's see what else is let's do this let's see what is taking moxie to do so i think you have to be in the habit of showing up for work every day as much as i love escaped the country yeah yeah now this church agana i relate lenny back giving yourself mission i think i remember i wanted to was i plead to myself with gas jesting the that you do the important because it's thanksgiving the jewelry is isn't it running your business you know that you can i mean i could stay till three o'clock last brought by repainted a proper job where i had the desk somewhere by nine no way would i have stated three eggs i knew knew he can that is one of the use of it so you know you got to you got to recognize that you gotta you could take that and you've got to do that because of the wireless appoint louis business you might as well just feeding back in the continent i would just take a while to get to be in that mindset was absolutely they say i've i've been through it twice before so i know that you do get through it and it takes different routes and the other thing i always go back to sharon on all of the trench looking to be familiar with stephen kobetski control that keeps you saying i mean the reason that i'm quiet was was a briton valerie since i was quiet won't client finish six hundred thousand pound horse one heart multiple personnel changes so off people i knew left in a very short space time one had a major research one lost a major contract so they would just not spending money they didn't have to proposal i had in they have someone else none of those things where within my control i think is so important starts when i was thinking about what can i do it helps that was in my circle of control always because there's no point worrying about things that that you have no influence over you've just got to crack truck with what i'm writing thinking sheridan that all of those things happened within a relatively short and close period of time to each other so if they spread out over the course of one year it wouldn't have had the same impact it was just a perfect storm type situation really wasn't it for you yeah unfortunately when i've had to the second period it was exactly the same because of the nature of my work as a designer i tend to take on large projects with a small number of clients and yet though there is inherent risk in that business model which is why i am stocks to build my residual income to just try and get that little bit to the cushion because cost literally if i lose three clients it's like i'm using six days training i'm losing everything it some is being smart to try to future proof yourself a little sweat yeah and i think i think that's eminently sensible you know if if we approach our businesses and say you know i'm gonna put all my eggs in this one basket then that is going to have a situation at some point where the basket gets taken away oh okay now what do i do now i'm not you know three three times in thirteen years is amazing i think anyway to who've only had three proper quiet periods in thirteen years i think gives you reassurance reassurance that your business model is not broken just what you're doing is adapting to circumstances and the situation as it is now and honestly thirteen eighteen years ago when you started you wouldn't have been able to at some of the things into your business model wall now so things online courses the that you're offering now this way you could've added those in there is a way through six months i wasn't gonna bring it up but he didn't exactly that right and even if you had to have brilliant internet the the mechanisms the the supports the the various bits and pieces that you are now using gray effect one in place thirty so we have to i think is business owners we have to take account of of where the market is what's going on and what's available to us doesn't mean we need to throw everything out and start again it just means that we need to take advantage of the damn time and as you say how's that plan as to where we want to get to and to see what works with that overall plan because yes it's one of the key frets sort of being resilient is disability to be pragmatic who understand that just because this is how it is now doesn't mean it's going to be this way forever but it won't be ready for what it does pick up again because what have the time to do all of this other stuff and i think you've been a superb demonstration of that this year an you know you wouldn't the human if he didn't have that wednesday the day of the of the way ken's organic oh my god what my doing i think i think you call it i was listening to a podcast and you you said it's okay to have a pity party i allow myself that day about poor me everyone else's business going great eight minds folding away i'm using mind but then next day yeah it's time for you big dope on song thing in the same we tom so trace i true half you pity party just put your parameters on it and it's gonna finish and then i'm going to move on to something and again this is something sharon i go about all the time he's action you you need to be taking action and again you've you've done that superbia thing in can and that's why they were very keen to have you on to talk about how you gonna brown because you know we can talk about it and and do talk about things that links every week and it's nice to hear a different voice so he said my goodness to just you i mean great lessons sheridan thanks for sharing with us and so just to summarize august to to get yourself previously period you know you took the hats of highs and lows low way and times when he thought despondent book why enabled us to get trade trade with the communist standing back and looking at the big picture you know getting stuck into creating residual income because you have the time to do it recognizing that would concern the end because all the good way through the marketing consistent say twisting the crisis and then also giving yourself mission l. conducive enough things that really comes through yeah yeah i'm just just before i finish if i may do a quick plug for training talk local in liverpool on the sixteenth of october resilience is going to be our topic for discussion if anyone in the northwest join me into that story is very well down about this news then you not only down on the subject to change kazlo sheridan it how what role did to the community climb in how can you get through misleading dry just speak totally honest with you as i'm thinking i've got no money coming in or virtually no money coming in a little bit i said i don't know what i'm gonna do most time if this doesn't change around my husband said well you need to look at what you're spending you said so could you get rid of your veteran systens as the app essentially said could you stop paying into training talk and i read no absolutely not it's the last thing that goes because i swear that without this community i would i would have given up too so i'm not i'm not just saying that book it's it's my lifeline yeah yeah that makes us very happy that you have to have a little bit how will hit completely lately and i would echo down because you know yeah case as brooke the picasso sharon but my first interaction with the community was as a free his trainer in toronto work everything out when i went freelance and i have said several times i think there's a video of me somewhere on one of your websites saying exactly this i wouldn't stupid business if it wasn't for the trying to community and i appreciate anybody listening to this isn't part of the community going yeah yeah how can it be that good see somebody else's saying it now it's not just me going on it sheridan said it as well so there but it's true having the ability to go into a safe place place and go brilliant everything's amazing and also in the same breath oh i don't know what's going to happen if is just it's an important thing thing to to have access to the you know i i feel sorry for anybody that doesn't have access to to something like that the brilliant he say sheridan 'cause i was gonna say it's not something you can get rid of the isn't it funny how we have lots of stories of people whose partners go about that training talk doc said we'll start nope get your hands off we know doing go away that's brilliant well thank you seven sherzer fool who at the time it goes stockton there is a sea she's absolutely paypal she's lost the plot it is technically afternoon i just i talked to so they want us to get round that what no thank you some really really useful lessons i think about digging recipients the oldest community in cologne folks yet thank you thank you i'm done do you not recall all the details of the sheriff's tensor how anybody sneaker getting to sheridan fire her at such excess i will do okay why did he that was really cool really 'cause i know prompted until i mean to a a bad this mind listeners if if either of us ever say to the podcast for a chat we don't actually give you any questions that we lost before it was just like yeah we want you to buy this thing and that's it threatened prompting there whatsoever all completely the off the cavern and in her words as they say so see saw that was five you love us all right do you want to add anything else to to took mine charm now things like with this or i should move on walking let's count double doc as well i did think about who this week off from office slate had lots of walks not on beach each cups you talk on the beach until the end of september donna williams for agassi marks for walks on the top and looking at the state the but fully oxidized obstacle get back home again yeah ah the decided to kemoko friday night at dinner she stayed and that will be going to tackle candidate gets in the back for breakfast so when because jet jan was about to go you know in the car they decided that he would put this dot com this summer which he kind of chided the way down there and it didn't really work so what are these hawks on.
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"Listening to the AP digital news network. The long awaited sequel the frozen coming and singer and actress Adina Menzel leads today's birthday roundup frozen two's, coming out in November a guaranteed blockbuster, except maybe in Menzel zone home quantity. Mommy and in her movie. But one day think I'm cool, right? Menzel talking with entertainment tonight. She's forty eight a new documentary about boxing great. Muhammad ALI'S coming out on HBO from director, Antoine few what he makes me feel inspiration. He also makes me feel an adequate chief, so much so young he was gonna retire. I think it was thirty eight or something he was retired Ukwa and last call with Carson Daly, he's fifty four and last week's live broadcast of a classic episode of the jeffersons included, Stephen kobetski, as Mr. Bentley. He's also on the net flicks. Relaunch of one day at a time, which he says, is brought him before a whole new audience. My Twitter has blown up to stop the word that the young kids are using. Allow ski on US TV he's sixty eight and that's our birthday round up for may thirtieth. I'm Bob Kessler a minor league baseball team in California is apologizing to congresswoman Alexandria custody. Cortez AP's Jackie Quinn reports. It aired a video during a game over the weekend, where her image was lumped in with some well-known dictators. He's known for being progressive and outspoken, like at her inaugural address in February unafraid to speak truth to power to stick to our done, but congresswoman Alexandria. Oh, Cossio Cortez tweeted that when organizations air. These hateful messages, her life changes because of the flood of death threats. They inspire the Fresno grizzlies have apologized for a scoreboard video billed as a Memorial Day tribute. It was filled with patriotic images with excerpts of President Reagan's first speech, but at the end when Reagan mentions enemies of freedom, the video showed congresswoman Oko Cortez, along with North Korea's leader. And. Then Fidel Castro. I'm Jacky Quin. I'm Rita Foley with an AP newsmen at what now lead. Russia investigator, Robert Muller says his investigation did not exonerate. President trump. House speaker Nancy Pelosi has so far discouraged Democrats from demanding impeachment. But now says we are on a path that we would hope that it that if it is justified to impeach meant that it would be clear to the Senate as well. The Senate is mainly Republican two thirds of it would have to vote for impeachment in order for there to be conviction. White House press secretary, Sarah Sanders. There was no collusion. There was no conspiracy, and we consider this case closed. We have been told the during the president's recent visit to Japan, the White House told the navy to keep the USS John McCain out of the president's site. President Trump feuded with the late Senator McCain publicly for years. And at one point mocked, his military service this morning acting Defense Secretary, Patrick Shanahan says these news reports of the first he's heard of this, he's promising to look into it. I'm.
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"Always wanna see, mommy. And in her one day, I think I'm cool, right? Dementia, L talking with entertainment tonight. She's forty eight a new documentary about boxing great. Muhammad ALI'S coming out on HBO from director Antoine. Few kwa. Would he makes me feel inspiration? He also makes me feel an adequate, because he chief so much so young he was gonna retire. He was thirty eight or something he was retired Ukwa and last call with Carson Daly. He's fifty four and last week's live broadcast of a classic episode of the jeffersons included, Stephen kobetski as Mr. Bentley. He's also on the net flicks. Relaunch of one day at a time, which he says, is brought him before a whole new audience. My Twitter has blown up the stat the word that the young kids are using hausky on US TV he's sixty eight and that's our birthday round up for may thirtieth. I'm Bob Kessler. The Muller report explained I'm Jacky Quin with an AP news minute special counsel, Robert Muller says he did not exonerate President Trump, but says a process other than the criminal Justice system would be needed. To accuse the sitting president are Tucker reports he made very clear that although the Justice department cannot charge a sitting president, there is nothing that stops congress from deciding how or whether to hold the president to account. Now, the White House responded, I'm for everybody to move on. House speaker Nancy Pelosi though, says nothing is off the table, a tragic ending to a missing child case. In Logan, Utah. Police say that Lizzie Shelley's has led authorities to her body. There's tornado damage in Texas today, after twisters roll through an area south of Dallas, just one injury reported. What is amazing recovery? Alex jeopardy, host Alex trebek's? His doctor say he's almost in remission from.
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"Kim Jong. You're embarrassing wonder park rated PG play. Woodstock is a short ride on metre from my from my door to to get there in less than an hour because I start by the Gladstone stop. So it makes me very happy to just get on the train and head over to Woodstock. I did it several times last year because we had an incredible event. There's always so much going on on Woodstock the farmer's market. The car celebrate all kinds of things music at the opera house performances. You name it. What do you got going on that deputy mayor Mike Turner? What what are some of the great things that you want to highlight that we just came out of our, you know, kind of our flagship event which is groundhog day. That's right. Of course that went very well. I mean, we've since we've been promoting and doing the things with our real Woodstock campaign. It's it has helped to grow that. And the the volunteers who who put time in and have been for twenty plus years on that doing outstanding job. So we enter this period. Much like the weather where we're. Begging for something to to you know to do. So. The couple things coming up tomorrow. In fact, this event called shamrock a which is a bet and street street party. Is it a heated tent? Okay. Although the flaps can be lifted up. I'm sure if it's decent enough weather. It probably will. Eleven in the morning till eleven the afternoon. Heated tent bands, beer food. Great great, great kind of chill event. And the best news. Maybe is it's right across from the metro train station. So you are you are one minute from off that train. How does that go eleven o'clock? Am I I'm going to be in Aurora is Woodstock stop from Aurora? That's on the that's a different line. That's the west. We're on the pistolet slight center anchors leagues on yours. Yes. I was trying to put them together. Okay. So but the Union Pacific northwest eleven o'clock tomorrow shamrock. Yep. We got a concert coming up with garnet Rogers and Chris Matthews. They Garnett is a Canadian folksinger and Chris kind of up and coming talent who's out of Washington DC has coming up at the opera house later in March on the twenty fourth Jimmy Webb Jimmy Webb is kind of in dubbed as America's songwriter. He's written songs for hundreds of artists Glen Campbell. Art garfunkel. Johnny rivers, fifth dimensions. His song songs include MacArthur park up in a way, Galveston me, you know, your own into older music. But this guy's had a heck of a of a of a career, and he's going to be performing at the opera house on April. Twenty-seventh something really cool. Coming up is that our own opera house director Daniel Campbell has come up with an is now joining national theatre live. Okay. Which is it's an effort. By Britain's national theatre Canadian Canada's Stratford festival and Moscow's Bolshoi to. Live feed theater. Okay. Across the world. That's wonderful. And so in the opera house mixing old and new we're going to be doing a a viewing of life theater as you sit in a hundred and fifty year old theater. That's pretty cool. So that series starts with the with Frankenstein on April. Twentieth and includes MacBeth King Lear, Anthony Cleopatra and it runs through September. So great idea real Woodstock dot com. Will get you to the opera house and get you to those shows really worth looking at. It's kind of cool. I love that idea opera houses gorgeous for those who've never been to Woodstock the if there's one place that you know, you should lure you. It is the opera house, which of course, featured strongly in groundhog day quite a bit. And was where was where Orson Welles studied for? That's correct. A great deal of time in in Woodstock is kind of one of our our claims to fame that and dick Tracy the creator of dick Tracy is from what's. Yeah. He he spent his time just outside on a on a farm and dick Tracy is dick Tracy history. And actually the things that we're in that script were quite predictable things that have actually occurred right divide a little devices and all the little things that were part of that. So you know in the characterization. He was doing was far ahead of his time. One of the great things we have in Woodstock is a mural brand new mural that that depicts Woodstock famous people from Woodstock and Woodstock and film. And so obviously groundhog day Bill Murray's there, you got you know, Ned Stephen kobetski his picture right next to the the restored movie theater is this mural. It's fantastic. Great great thing to say, it's very cool, by the way, dick Tracy's, the movie needs to be remade. And. You know, what you're right. That would be. It would kind of it could be very insightful. You bring it to today's time. It would be so much better. Warren Beatty did not. That was really really weak. It was a strange casting wrong time with the CGI stuff in this things. They can do. Now. I think more inventive storytelling. I think it would. That's got potential Curtis. Who can help us get dick Tracy made. Here's like, hey, you've got some you've got some scripts. You've got I heard you've got scripts in right now. So maybe I'll just call a Hollywood on speed. Could you do that for me, could you? Yes. I think that's the key. I believe we have that number already in the contact list. The contactless Hollywood just general Hollywood. Yeah. Mccall get I think someone's up to answer the phone eight fifty four there. Yeah. Yeah. What else he had going on? I know that we have some great events coming up. We did last last year when we talk as time yet to talk about time to start planning and talking about that very for you guys are doing it on my birthday again. I think are we because I have to admit not knowing exactly. But now, we're we're ready to do it again. It had great response from folks that that went to it and the head of buzz for those that didn't go, but yeah. Talk to people who did. So I think we got something building there. I know we do. And I think that we want to we want to keep that going, and we want to find ways to expand enhance and make it work continue to work and make it continual. So we're definitely going to keep looking at that perfect love that. And I know you've got a lot of what we were talking about a theory L moving. They're still building a new space. If people have been cereals my favorite chocolate fantasy world. This is not just some run of the mill business, or you know, not that they're all classifying any businesses run of the mill, but it's not just it's not just somebody thrown out chocolate. This is a business that you know, the manner in which they select refine manufacturing create their candies, and then the chocolate tear in the way that they ship worldwide the following that they have and what they're doing now moving into this new space as extrordinary it's going to expand their operation. It turns it into a destination more than even it was going to do. Speakeasy in the basement, and and talking about a patio on the top, and it's right on the square. So we see it as a, you know, a center point another center point, two two reasons to come to Woodstock you have so many. I mean, all the businesses there's shops all along that beautiful city center, where there whether it's the square where they have, you know, whether it's art, you know, artists who have their they're wonderful pieces of work for sale and boutiques and. A was there? A memorabilia store I'm trying to think there was like. All businesses name all the businesses on the square. At the end of the deputy mayor position teasing. Great restaurants. There's just so many great things. Mentioned mentioned on that we as a city have put a great deal of effort into downtown business plan, and it is it has been finished polished and is ready to go. What is very unique about Woodstock is that we have some substantial properties of you look down the train line. You will not find another city. I dare say that has the kind of development space for residential and commercial retail mix. Like Woodstock does by its downtown next to the train station, and our city staff is taking taking calls actively promoting it and as a councilman, and as a resident probably more important as a resident I wanna see that infill. I wanna see development. I wanna see some good smart. You know, great looking things that put a thousand new people downtown. So that we go to the next stage. If you're looking for somewhere to start something new it sounds like Woodside might be the right place. Let's say a break here. We're gonna keep a, Deb. Cd mayor Mike Turner for our finally Friday panel coming up after the news at eleven more on the patio Vasquez show, seven twenty WGN spring.
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"Now when artists three songs three one two nine eight one seven two hundred is the phone number. We're gonna talk about good remix in good reboots. There's a ton of them out there. And that's that's been a thing. For a bunch of years now is re booting things in remaking things. Some of them are terrible. And some of them are great. But we're gonna talk we're gonna try and talk about the good ones. This morning three one two nine eight hundred seven two hundred is the phone number. Speaking of good reboots. Season three. And that's why we're going to talk about good reboots and good remix season. Three of one day at a time on net. Netflix is premiering tomorrow. It'll start streaming tomorrow. And one of the stars of that show is a great friend of our show has been on many many times been in a ton of movies and TV shows, you know, him you love him. He's also a great writer and a great storyteller and a great podcast there. And and we haven't talked to him in a while. We're always happy having back, and that's the great Stephen kobetski. Let's welcome Stephen to the show, Steven how are you? Hey, I'm good come up there. As a matter of fact, I just can't just coincidental. What's not planned? I just came the first screening up one of the first shows of season tweet one day at a time. Oh, great. That's great. How did they go? It was fantastic. At lesbian center in Los Angeles. Because of course, the daughter show is is gay gates rely. So we will be in the theater was probably about two hundred people every seat was filled. And I gotta tell you. Place was shaken. Yeah. Alaska was so a basic list. When you watch that show, if you people don't know what the show is like, it's not only funny like a sitcom, but leaper funny, but it could turn on a dime. And it was amazing to watch it with gloom full. A huge crowd response to simply it was it was so that's great. Theory. I'm excited. I'm excited. I'm excited for the weekend. Because that's basically how I'm gonna spend my whole weekend. Is watching every episode starting. Friday. I love the show so much. We've talked about this before Stephen. I was skeptical when I heard that they were rebooting data time. I was like, oh, this isn't going to be good. And after the first episode I was completely won over. And it only got better and better as it went along. And and how it's put together. And the fact that Norman Lear is such an integral part of it. And like you said it takes on much deeper issues if it's not just a goofy twenty two minutes. Sit-coms? There's a lot more going on. Also in this kind of. With where we are in the midst of massage the fact that drops thirteen episodes on one day. Makes it more of the novel for television Jones, as you would have witch watch at once a week and each week is kind of a different situation. But now because you're able to watch the entire season at once. Flu lines. Call back to their call forwards. It's got what's sport deficit shifted the structure of the show, which makes it so much more entertaining. Your typical comedy. Yeah. I agree with you. And well, first of all give them for people. Who might not have watched the first two seasons of shame on you for not tell everybody. What what makes this different? The twist that that this has well, I guess I is what the very visible one. Is you still have a single mother like with Bonnie Franklin in this case? It's just know Mocatta. Living with her mother Marino. Just like the one day at a time. You've got two kids and the families you cut the young boy, Alex and the older girl Isabella place Elena. Schneider who runs the building just like shows and the differences in this case justina Machado quays. Who fought in Afghanistan there? She was injured the conflict actually, hit her husband went into together after nine eleven they were so moved by what happened. I've eleven list and breaks up their marriage. And so in the first two of the spirit. Or attempts. This. You said. Again, the husband. There are surprise. Issues that come up there. And I don't want to be a spoiler. But that's one issue. You have the fact that they're American family brings up issues. You know? Of course, they're all the heart. But this is there whether it be discrimination. Whether it be. Or any of those? We ended up loving characters and. Part of the characters is so pure. I think I could put my single audit. I wrote something down here. How this is different than a lot of comedies. Broke down watching tonight. Tonight. What really makes it stand out the characters are not cynical, but all the people in the show believe in love like anything worthwhile. Learn how much it costs. That's what's. So a basic about the show. It's not stereotypical. It's not coins. People is this show believe in love that. That's where a lot of the comedy comes scrub. They learn how much it costs and then towards the drama comes from that's perfectly put Stephen perfectly put and. And I just love the show because it takes all these great issues, and it doesn't do them in a heavy handed way. It doesn't mean a very very realistic very emotional way. I can't tell you the number of times. I've I've I've I've been in tears watching the show both from laughter, and from, you know, being emotionally touched by it. And I think that makes it very special show. We were with tonight at the screening was one of the reporters for entertainment tonight. He was going to be interviewing some of the people stage after the screening, and he says, I gotta tell you. I don't even know how going to ask these questions. The same thing you said, Nick. I I was I about watching the show. I watched the first episode of the thirsty. I'd love Michelle. I love these people. Now, I think about the show, and I just break down crying, and I'll be like walking around the house. Screamingly funny and extremely move. It. It is and it's beautifully acted. I just wanna mention how great the cast is. You're terrific. Justina Machado is amazing. And the fact that. News. Accused deana Carter. You know? Know what I didn't know her work. I didn't know who she was before. I don't watch. We do a lot of television. You don't watch a lot of television. Right. I watched her first show in front of the audience is grab and I'm thinking like Kathy Bates move over. Yeah. This woman laugh cry in the second. Absolutely. Yes. She is. I'm really disappointed that the haven't really Evan recognized her for her work on the show or the show in general because I think it's it's just I think it's a special show, and I really am blown away. I'm blown away by the entire cast Justinas amazing. And of course, a lot of your scenes, you get to work with the great Rita Moreno, which we've talked about how great that is working with her who's just a national and international treasure. Yes. Yeah. It's amazing to watch. How we the works in front of a live audience. I sit back in awe at how that war, but anything into gold. Thing. It is such a dorm talent. And of course, I told you a little story about how between the saints leader would sing songs. Oh, man. We were doing a dance. The last show of a series of three. I don't think that's too much the spoiler in between the takes of our danced together. She started singing clue. Hello look who over. I mean, I am floating away on the cloud. It's exquisite. Yeah. So I I'm just I'm very excited. Anyway, it comes back on Friday one day at a time it's on net flicks. The first two seasons are Bir streaming right now if you want to play catch up, and you know, you can catch up pretty quickly to half an hour show. And it just it's it's really really funny and really really moving and really really smart, and you care about the characters deeply, it's it's great. And it's one day. Yeah. And if I could just do it's not a, you know, again, I'm not gonna ruin anything. But watching trying to get an overview of the season. One thing this show. Does this third season? Is it all the characters forward? Surprising way. So. You know, I prayed going into season three that. They're just gonna always talk sets up there. Like, they always do with kids. You know, kids are growing older ourselves. It's like a foot tall rework last year. But you toss be adult themes out there. But no, no, no, no, no what what they tossed out there. This year is. These kids have to learn and have to present. It is it's shaky. It's really wonderful the direction that the creators of the riders took with the show this third season. Okay. I'm really looking forward to it. Stephen like, I said that's my weekend. That's. I love it. One day time coming back on Netflix. And it starts streaming season. Three starts streaming on February eighth. All right. Okay. Stephen hang on. Okay. Because I have to talk you were just here in Illinois. You were just hearing Woodstock just this past here in Woodstock Illinois a few a few away from. Yeah. We're gonna talk about that and much more. Okay. Stephen hang on. Okay. All right. Great. Stephen Sobolewski is with us tremendous actor that you know, from our everything, but but probably the best known as needle nose Ned Ned Ryerson from groundhog day and speaking of groundhog neighbor and talk about the groundhog day celebration that Stephen attended in Woodstock, Illinois. And that's of course, if you if you know, that's where the movie was filmed. So we'll talk more with Stephen right after we take a break for the news here on seven twenty WGN. French.
"stephen kobetski" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"When you go to bed at night three three things that good that happened today that's been shown to reduce heart attacks after three to five years. What about supplements is there a role for that in helping prevent or treat heart disease? That's a great question in supplements in general, no there are few supplements. That are good and some that were. Bad the ones that are good. We know some supplements Blake oatmeal, oat, bran lowers cholesterol, Stanton's sterile lower cholesterol sterile. There are things you find in like soybeans which couple bushels of soybean. So you have to buy them over the counter, they're not they're not prescription. You can find a juices yogurts pills things like that. And then silly EMC is very good to lower cholesterol. Also lowers blood sugar. Those are good. We know the things like aspirin. If your your risk is high for a heart attack more than ten or fifteen percent. If you don't have bleeding problems aspirin can actually help you a lot of negative press about it recently. Some things are not good beta carotene, high dose, vitamin E, high dose, vitamin C. I'm not talking about multivitamin dose, but high dose is not good thing is we just don't have a pill that substitutes for lifestyle change. You said something earlier, Dr cozine the elevator speech that cardiologists would give what kind of speech, you're the front line. You're the primary pretty similar elevator. Speed. You say, you know, one of my classic lines as my patients who have been successful. And I say what is it that you did? And they say, oh, it was easy. I changed my whole life and. That's funny. But then really you think about it you make those little changes over time in that adds up. And I think one thing that I really encourage people as they don't know how good they could feel. And once you start exercising and eating a little bit better, your energy levels shoot up. And then you have more energy to do this F that helps make you feel better. Where does the frontline of this happen? I mean, if somebody has heart disease, if something happens that they're not feeling so well, I would imagine for some anybody sees them as the emergency room. Do they I come to your many times they're coming to me? I know there is your your health plan wants you to have looted panel every year to get whatever that credit is on your insurance. And so the numbers come back and think oh my gosh. What are we going to do with these? And then so I work with the patient's interpret with those values meaning and decide what are we going to do about it? And usually what we're going to do about it is diet and exercise and follow up. So I'm always making sure that there's a follow up piece because you can't just say change your life, and then send them off into the breeze got us apart people like you said make sure those families apart. But when I get in jam I send my patient someone like, Dr in fact, I share money patients with him that are struggling with statins. Are maybe we need to get onto one of the fancier new medicines. That I'm not as familiar with team based approach. That's what we do. Right. I would agree with everything you said, except it wouldn't be diet and exercise it would be healthy food pattern healthy vigorous leisure activity. Vigorously I need to refine my lines, you got it right from the horse's mouth here, February is American heart month, and we've been talking about heart disease and statin medications. With mayo clinic cardiologist, Dr Stephen kobetski. Thanks again for joining us. Thanks for having me.
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"Range of conditions that affect your heart, including blood vessel diseases such as coronary artery disease, heart rhythm, problems and problems with the heart valves or heart muscle, it self among others, the term heart disease is often used interchangeably with the term cardiovascular disease. Fancy cardiovascular disease, generally refers to both heart problems and blood vessel disease that can occur anywhere in the body in an ongoing effort to raise awareness and promote prevention of heart disease, each February is recognized as American heart month and here to discuss is our favorite mayo clinic cardiologist, no one else is in the room. Right. Welcome back to the program. Dr kobetski, thank you very much. I wonder if even thought the difference between heart disease and cardiovascular disease, right it, we use them. Interchangeably? It gets confusing. I agree. What are the risks the risks? Unfortunately, are many the number one risk factor now for heart disease that has passed up cholesterol, passed up blood pressure passed up smoking is diet the food pattern that we'd is that something that you think is going to be easy to swing back the other way, or is it are we here to stay for a while. It is it's taking off. It's going to be a problem and a couple of reasons one is our kids one hundred percent of kids underage four overeat. It's not their fault. If their parents is us, it's me, you know, we get to patients or folks that eat too much of the wrong foods, addictive foods added on calorie foods. There's a lot of that six percent of our calories. Come from these things, we really don't think we can control. But we really do like the automatic foods. We eat that. We don't even think about it. You sit down the order your food restaurant. They bring you some bread and some butter all sudden the bread and butter all gone, what happened to so it's very very common. This issue with the diet throughout kids adults. Everybody tells a little bit about some of the connection between high blood pressure and heart disease. Yes. Even a small amounts of high blood pressure rise can cause real trouble with your heart. Why is that patients will say gee stock? My blood pressure is only a couple of points over where it should be. I'll say, yeah. But your heart. Pumps one hundred thousand times a day. So think of that hurt thousand times a day multiply that by whatever percent or numbers? Your blood pressure's too high. It takes too high of a toll on your little heart. Then you gain a few pounds every pound of fat. We gain is extra five miles of blood vessels. So if your heart pumps one hundred thousand times a day times five that's an extra half a million miles per pound, a million miles per two pounds. You get the math. So this all adds up. And it really does where your heart, and what we eat really affects our blood pressure to right? Oh, exactly. Lots of salt. A lot of sodium. We're not active enough physically which opens up our blood vessels, the bigger the blood vessel. The lower the pressure. You'll the bigger the pipe the lower the pressure. So we really are working against ourselves. I'm afraid I just heard a piece on the mayo news network recently about the menopause and how menopause can affect your blood pressure. Because is your hormones change than you gain a little bit of weight? And sends you kinda down the same pathway. I didn't think of menopause is being a risk though. Yes. And the earlier menopause is more of a risk. So that's one thing. We asked women you. When did you have menopause in your forties versus your late fifties? That's the difference for your risk and pregnancy pregnancy, I admire any woman this cutting through pregnancy. But if they're blood pressure was high butcher was high during their pregnancy. That's a risk for more problems later in life. Yeah. And that's definitely something. We don't want to forget about is to remember to ask women about those issues during pregnancy and thinking is that go on in life. What about you know, my mom or dad's history? How does that affect me? Yeah. You're you're. They corn does not far to fall from the far from the tree is, you know. And if it happened early with your mom or dad early being early for a woman before sixty five early for a man before each fifty five his men tend to get their disease about ten years before woman. So it's early, and it's not just your mom or dad could be a grandparent or a brother certainly something like that thousand things we need to pay attention to. Let's talk about the cholesterol numbers because there's the LDL and HDL and what they really mean. Yes. The way I remember, my simple mind is is LDL. We want to keep low HDL you wanna keep high. Uh-huh. LDL is lousy in HD is healthy. Okay. So we can raise the HDL with fiscal activity. That's the best way we found. Stopping smoking. Your HDL will go up within six weeks. Eating lower fat foods is helpful to LDL is more medicines. Unfortunately, but it's also diet. Recent studies have shown that diet can affect our LDL for eating a lot of high saturated fats animal fats, specifically fell raise our LDL. Is there one that's more important than the other? If you get where you're LDL is too high and your HDL is too low. Should you try to raise the HDL? Yeah. The that's a very good question. And I think we have two little bit everything. Yeah. You can't just fix one thing things. Go off the we do encourage folks to be physically active and interval activity where you go hard for thirty seconds, sixty seconds. That'll raise your HDL more. We during courage him to eat a less amble saturated fat, eat more oil avocado oil nut oil as which. Is a very healthy oil. Eat more, fruits and vegetables, less red meat. Those things really do add up call the Mediterranean diet, which helps many diseases not just the heart. How do you ultimately diagnose heart disease? How do you figure it out when we say heart disease, we usually mean, there's something that's gone wrong? Artery has gotten plugged up in the in the heart. The valve doesn't work the way it should anymore. The heart rhythm is abnormal member. The heart has plumbing has like, Christy. It has all these different parts to endorse it open and close. So we have to diagnose each individually. It starts with a good history. Talking to the patient saying, what do you feel when you're doing the electricity can you lay down flat your feet, swell, etc. Also talking about family, he knows your mom or dad have similar problems like this because this can run in families. Then listen to the patient. There's this ancient thing we have called a stethoscope. We know that we use sound waves tests echocardiogram stress test. It depends on the disease. But usually start with a history, in fact, one of my mentors here, tell me if you don't know what's going on when you finish the history of the patient. Don't even bother do anything else because you should get all you need to know from talking to the patient and taking a good history. So during the month of February right at Samarkand, heart disease awareness. Yes, toss a little bit about that. Is there something that we could not here to educate people a little bit more will the is. I don't know why the shortest month is the month killer. When you eat a lot of candy doesn't make any sense, right? That doesn't work, but we the opportunity is just to raise awareness. You'll woman as you mentioned earlier as the intro that women at any age is more likely to die of heart disease than of breast cancer to that age. What's the number one killer women with breast cancer, heart disease? So we really do need to raise awareness, and it's all of that permission. Now, we really need to prevent the disease. We cannot wait until it occurs. Intrigue it, well, what are some treatment options? If someone does get diagnosed with heart disease. Do you start off with the medication right away? Or do you try to attack it with diet, boss? Well, it's pretty much both. I mean, everybody needs a little better diet. He's a little bit more physical activity. That's good for everybody in almost all cases. But in general medications are very helpful. If you have arteries that are narrowed you're getting some discomfort in your chest or shortness of breath. When you search yourself, your nitroglycerine long acting nitro-glycerine type pills pills that make it. So the heart doesn't have to need as much blood. When it pumps can be very helpful. If it's a blood pressure problem. You're pressure's too high the heart's working too hard the valvular leaking. Whatever treat the blood pressure that usually died obviously in lifestyle plus medications, we've been talking about heart disease with cardiologists Dr Stephen kobetski, we're gonna take a short break when we come back. We'll turn our attention to the cholesterol lowering medications known as Stanton's. We'll also talk about how to prevent heart disease. We'll have a method matter of fact, if I have diabetes, I can't take a statin medication..