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Theories emerge for mysterious liver illnesses in children

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 d ago

Theories emerge for mysterious liver illnesses in children

"How's the officials remain perplexed by mysterious cases of severe liver damage in hundreds of young children around the world The best available evidence points to a fairly common stomach bug that isn't known to cause liver problems and otherwise healthy kids That virus was detected in the blood of stricken children but oddly it has not been found in their disease livers The illnesses are considered rare CDC officials last week said they are now looking into 180 possible cases across the U.S. most of the children went to the hospital at least 15 needed liver transplants and 6 died I'm Shelley Adler

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Tax Documents Reveal Truth About BLM Fraud

The Officer Tatum Show

01:45 min | Last week

Tax Documents Reveal Truth About BLM Fraud

"My passion is to destroy the Black Lives Matter organization and show and prove to the world that they are the fraudulent organization that we always knew them to be. And this is not about politics. This is not about boot licking, Uncle Tom, and all this little crazy stuff people call me because I'm calling out the truth. This is about you understanding what the truth is and being able to make valuable decisions moving forward on who you support. Some of y'all was running around with a Black Lives Matter shirt on pumping your fist in the air, calling every white friend you know a racist. All in the name of what? Patrice colors should go to jail for this stuff. If you ask me, let's go through the financials. The financials were released. The headline reads from the daily wire, BLM cofounder paid her baby daddy. $970,000 for creative work, a creative services is what it's called. Quote unquote. Peter brother, $840,000 for security. Now, you know for a fact, they ain't doing no security and nobody doing nothing creative at Black Lives Matter to get almost a $1 million. But let's go through the finances in more depth or more in depth. $42 million in assets is what they were able to raise. They spent 37 million of those dollars on multiple different things that will make you sick to your stomach. I said it before, baby daddy got 970,000. Her brother got 840,000. The secretary of the BLM board secretary got 2.1 million Patrice Keller's had to reimburse Black Lives Matter because she spent $73,000 on a private jet.

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Quick Senate OK ahead for House-passed $40B aid for Ukraine

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 2 weeks ago

Quick Senate OK ahead for House-passed $40B aid for Ukraine

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Parents hunting for baby formula as shortage spans US

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 2 weeks ago

Parents hunting for baby formula as shortage spans US

"Parents parents parents parents are are are are hunting hunting hunting hunting for for for for baby baby baby baby formula formula formula formula supply supply supply supply disruptions disruptions disruptions disruptions have have have have led led led led to to to to a a a a nationwide nationwide nationwide nationwide shortage shortage shortage shortage infant infant infant infant formula formula formula formula is is is is getting getting getting getting harder harder harder harder to to to to find find find find analytics analytics analytics analytics firm firm firm firm data data data data simply simply simply simply says says says says forty forty forty forty percent percent percent percent of of of of big big big big box box box box stores stores stores stores are are are are out out out out of of of of stock stock stock stock up up up up from from from from thirty thirty thirty thirty one one one one percent percent percent percent in in in in mid mid mid mid April April April April it it it it started started started started with with with with spot spot spot spot shortages shortages shortages shortages during during during during the the the the pandemic pandemic pandemic pandemic then then then then in in in in February February February February abit abit abit abit the the the the company company company company that that that that makes makes makes makes similac similac similac similac recalled recalled recalled recalled several several several several major major major major brands brands brands brands and and and and shut shut shut shut down down down down a a a a large large large large plant plant plant plant in in in in Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan after after after after federal federal federal federal officials officials officials officials concluded concluded concluded concluded for for for for babies babies babies babies suffered suffered suffered suffered bacterial bacterial bacterial bacterial infections infections infections infections after after after after consuming consuming consuming consuming formula formula formula formula from from from from the the the the facility facility facility facility two two two two of of of of the the the the infants infants infants infants died died died died Missouri Missouri Missouri Missouri mom mom mom mom Laura Laura Laura Laura Stewart Stewart Stewart Stewart tells tells tells tells the the the the AP AP AP AP she she she she has has has has had had had had used used used used four four four four different different different different brands brands brands brands in in in in the the the the past past past past month month month month for for for for her her her her ten ten ten ten month month month month old old old old daughter daughter daughter daughter who who who who normally normally normally normally gets gets gets gets a a a a type type type type of of of of formula formula formula formula made made made made for for for for sensitive sensitive sensitive sensitive stomachs stomachs stomachs stomachs on on on on Monday Monday Monday Monday White White White White House House House House spokeswoman spokeswoman spokeswoman spokeswoman Jen Jen Jen Jen Psaki Psaki Psaki Psaki said said said said the the the the food food food food and and and and drug drug drug drug administration administration administration administration is is is is working working working working on on on on the the the the issue issue issue issue what what what what they're they're they're they're trying trying trying trying to to to to do do do do and and and and the the the the shorthand shorthand shorthand shorthand of of of of it it it it is is is is increased increased increased increased supply supply supply supply but but but but working working working working with with with with a a a a range range range range of of of of manufacturers manufacturers manufacturers manufacturers for for for for now now now now experts experts experts experts are are are are urging urging urging urging parents parents parents parents to to to to contact contact contact contact food food food food banks banks banks banks or or or or doctors doctors doctors doctors offices offices offices offices if if if if they they they they can't can't can't can't find find find find formula formula formula formula and and and and cautioned cautioned cautioned cautioned against against against against watering watering watering watering down down down down the the the the formal formal formal formal or or or or using using using using online online online online recipes recipes recipes recipes I'm I'm I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer Jennifer Jennifer king king king king

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Belly Fat (MM #4065)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 weeks ago

Belly Fat (MM #4065)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason I talk, I wouldn't necessarily say often about being a fat guy about being overweight and body fat is a problem for me, specifically stomach fat, or visceral fat as they call it. Abdominal fat. So I have a lot of articles pop up in my news feed. When it comes to being fat, being overweight, belly fat, all those things. And I saw a story the other day and what I believe was the publication, eat this, not that, which I see a lot of their stories, talking about tricks I can use to lose my visceral fat. Genius visceral fat losing tricks. The first one was meditation. Then, of course, work out being number two. Well, duh. Number three, way and measure your food. There's another duh, then of course the one that I've been yelled at for years, putting your sleep first, making sure you get 7 or 8 hours. I've been trying for a long, long time to get 7 or 8, but somehow people don't want to give me that time. Where's the genius fat loss tricks? Oh wait a minute, meditate. Yeah, I don't know about that. I've got a lot of friends who meditate. I don't have any problem with meditation, but losing fat with meditating? Come on, you got to be kidding me here, right?

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Belly Fat (MM #4065)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 weeks ago

Belly Fat (MM #4065)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason I talk, I wouldn't necessarily say often about being a fat guy about being overweight and body fat is a problem for me, specifically stomach fat, or visceral fat as they call it. Abdominal fat. So I have a lot of articles pop up in my news feed. When it comes to being fat, being overweight, belly fat, all those things. And I saw a story the other day and what I believe was the publication, eat this, not that, which I see a lot of their stories, talking about tricks I can use to lose my visceral fat. Genius visceral fat losing tricks. The first one was meditation. Then, of course, work out being number two. Well, duh. Number three, way and measure your food. There's another duh, then of course the one that I've been yelled at for years, putting your sleep first, making sure you get 7 or 8 hours. I've been trying for a long, long time to get 7 or 8, but somehow people don't want to give me that time. Where's the genius fat loss tricks? Oh wait a minute, meditate. Yeah, I don't know about that. I've got a lot of friends who meditate. I don't have any problem with meditation, but losing fat with meditating? Come on, you got to be kidding me here, right?

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Belly Fat (MM #4065)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 weeks ago

Belly Fat (MM #4065)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason I talk, I wouldn't necessarily say often about being a fat guy about being overweight and body fat is a problem for me, specifically stomach fat, or visceral fat as they call it. Abdominal fat. So I have a lot of articles pop up in my news feed. When it comes to being fat, being overweight, belly fat, all those things. And I saw a story the other day and what I believe was the publication, eat this, not that, which I see a lot of their stories, talking about tricks I can use to lose my visceral fat. Genius visceral fat losing tricks. The first one was meditation. Then, of course, work out being number two. Well, duh. Number three, way and measure your food. There's another duh, then of course the one that I've been yelled at for years, putting your sleep first, making sure you get 7 or 8 hours. I've been trying for a long, long time to get 7 or 8, but somehow people don't want to give me that time. Where's the genius fat loss tricks? Oh wait a minute, meditate. Yeah, I don't know about that. I've got a lot of friends who meditate. I don't have any problem with meditation, but losing fat with meditating? Come on, you got to be kidding me here, right?

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John Zmirak and Eric Discuss the SCOTUS Voting Process

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:55 min | 3 weeks ago

John Zmirak and Eric Discuss the SCOTUS Voting Process

"But John, I want to get into some of these the logistics of what we're talking about, because not everybody's tracking. Roe V wade, and I forget the other case, were Planned Parenthood V Casey in 1992. As a result of some of the cases that the court heard very recently, if the court rules a certain way, it would effectively overturn roe V wade and send this horrible thing back to the states, which people make such a big deal of it. Like, oh, then other people are going to get to decide. It's not the law of the land. Every state's going to have to make some decisions on this. So they act like, well, that's the end of abortion. We're never going to, it's not even that. I wish it were. But the point is that how does it work? In other words, they hear this, then different justices are picked to draft opinions, but it's held for months and months and months until what? In other words, until June, they vote on it. How does that work? I don't know the details of when it becomes official. I think it has to be officially published in the name of the court for it to become the mystical law of the land. I mean, it makes me stick to my stomach that court decisions determine what are law in this country. That's not democratic. It's not Republican. It's not American. But that's where we are. I'm actually, I don't even understand what you just said. 5 lawyers. 5 lawyers getting what laws are launched. Call the Supreme Court and you need a backstop. I mean, look, if everybody in America voted, kill all the Jews, wouldn't you want an arm of government to say, excuse me, we can't do that. And if people voted that way, they wouldn't listen to a court

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Elon Musk Takes 9.2% Stake in Twitter, Stock Soars

The Trish Regan Show

13:01 min | Last month

Elon Musk Takes 9.2% Stake in Twitter, Stock Soars

"So the guy's got a big Twitter account, shall we say? It's good news for the company because it had sort of been, I think in some ways kind of left for dead. It hadn't figured out how to monetize its business in ways that were going to really help it going forward. It had grown users. I would say over the last three years, we saw an improvement in the user base. So that was good news, and it certainly a sticky platform, but you have to be able to do something with all of that, right? So you have all these people there, you're growing the user base, but there's lots of competitors out there, and if you're not able to properly monetize the company, then it becomes very challenging. Anyway, so he is tweeting over the last couple of weeks. Hey, you know, should there be another platform? Do you think that Twitter really embraces free speech? So we got everybody kind of worked up and then lo and behold, it turns out that it was, I believe, on March 14th, that he made the purchase. So that means that was what about two weeks ago? Shares are up 50% since then. I think he bought it for just about $3 billion. So he's made a pretty sum. The question is, does he continue to make money going forward? And my answer, my thought on that is, yes, I mean, maybe not this week. Maybe the stock settles down, but ultimately, if he can join the board and I would think that he would want to join the board and I would think that the board would actually want him on there. Then he's going to have a hand in helping this company sort of figure out its strategy going forward, which means one being all encompassing in terms of bringing as many people to the platform as possible and allowing a lot of different viewpoints on that platform, which may mean getting a new tech team in, frankly, to adjust the algorithms so that you're not squashing things needlessly. And then the other thing is once he's on the board, maybe he can think even about how the company incorporates, I don't know, say something like crypto in its future, right? He's a huge crypto enthusiast. So maybe there's a play in this Twitter space again as it comes to monetize its user base to incorporate crypto and then the other thing that I'd be thinking about and I know we don't necessarily want to think this maybe there's a play here to sell the company ultimately to a private equity firm or to maybe a bigger tech firm or hey, maybe even like a PayPal that would be able to work in some of that crypto stuff. Now I'm just talking theoretically and I want to get to ahead of ourselves because right now I think we should all be sort of excited. I'm excited. The Elon Musk is coming to Twitter because I see him as kind of well just a revolutionary. He's a smart, brilliant guy, irreverent guy. He recognizes the insanity that's out there right now. Hey, Jack Dorsey even recognizes it. In fact, he was quoted today as saying, you know, you feels bad that he's kind of created this very single lane platform where only one view is tolerated. So I think there's a real chance here to improve upon this and look, I mean, my answer to bad speech is always more speech. You need people to be able to speak freely. And so if you can create that platform there with Twitter, then that's really going to be a very, very good thing. So ultimately, I think for shareholders, they should be looking at this and just rejoicing. Of course, they probably are because the shares are up 30% right now. But long term, there may be some real upside in this company. I mentioned sort of inability for a lot of different voices to be heard. And it brings me to one of our sponsors of this program, which is a Mac, they are doing what they can, everything they can to make sure all voices are hurt, especially conservative voices. I mean, it seems like a lot of voices shall we say are protected, but not when it comes to conservatives. And this is why amac is out there, the association of mature American citizens is standing up for you, standing up for the future of America conservative voices there for mature Americans that believe in freedom. And all the freedom loving things in American so want and want to hold dear. There's 2.3 million members here that share your values my values and you know what you get all kinds of great discounts, all that good stuff. So travel, hotel, cell phone plans, insurance plans, just go to amac dot U.S. slash Regan, my last name, REG and you can sign up. It's only $16 a year and you're going to get all this free stuff. So it's really, really worth doing. You'll make it back in a day. I'm so glad to be able to tell you about it. I really think it's something you should look at. So again, amac dot U.S. slash vegan for your membership and take a stand there for America. I want to get to oil because oil is continuing to move higher in today's market and I don't think we've seen anything yet. I actually think that oil is going to get really, really high. We're looking at about a 101 $102 per barrel right now. And that's in part, it's been eased because the president came out and said he was releasing the strategic petroleum reserve over the course of the next 6 months, which would be a 180 million barrels that would be released into the oil supply, but I'm going to tell you this, it's not enough. It's not enough, and it's only 6 months, and we've got to figure out a better long-term solution here. Because we can't be dependent on the likes of Russia. I'm sorry, but this is truly awful what we're witnessing right now. And what came out over the weekend is devastating and you can look at it in many places. I don't even want to show you. The kind of thing that makes you sick to your stomach and you think how can a nation be so horrible so horrible to its neighbors so horrible to its brothers and sisters and cousins and we see Russia, Russia is clearly capable of some pretty horrific awful stuff. So let me reiterate. We don't want to be giving them any business. We don't want to be giving them any money any any trade whatsoever in light of everything that we have learned. It's time for the United States of America to be completely self reliant. That means natural gas can't be coming from Russia. By the way, not just us. The free world in general. All of Europe needs to say enough. Now, it's coming out, you know, in the last 24 hours, we've heard more and more that we're looking towards greater sanctions, the U.S. both and the Europeans together are looking to sanction more of Russia, but I just question why we haven't done this already. What are we waiting for? I mean, we should be doing everything we possibly can to give Ukraine the assistance it needs. And that means sanctions like Russia has never seen before, that means military equipment to aid the Ukrainians, that means intelligence gathering, helping them, however we can. There's a lot we can do without actually finding ourselves in a situation that would be World War three. But we can't sit back and pretend that none of this is happening. We can't sit back and allow a monster like Vladimir Putin to do what we've seen him do. Meanwhile, oil, that's why I say you haven't seen anything yet. I mean, if you want to, if you want to play this one, the commodities fund is the way to go because there's no way that oil is going to go down any time in the near future. In fact, as we go into summer months, I would anticipate it's going to go higher and higher and higher. The refining capacity changes in the summer and there's additional things that need to be done to the oil in order to get it into gas tanks. And so that's going to be problematic. It comes at the same time when you have in the in the driving season, right? Some are driving season and it's all happening as the entire world just reacts with horror to Russia. So as more and more people and more and more countries, hopefully more and more countries, I'd like to see more and more countries shut Russia off, that means less of a supply out there that would drive up of course the price of oil. So it's so important that we start thinking strategically about how we fix this. And I'm sorry. I realize everybody wants these EVs. It's not going to happen. Tomorrow. And we need help tomorrow. We need help very much in the near future. So whatever can be done, we need to have some adults in the room in terms of our energy policy to think through this so that the American people are not paying the price with $9 at the gas pumps because that's what we're going to be looking at. And the answer is not giving them $800 in Maine or $300 in in California or saying, okay, we're going to forgive the 25 cents per gallon tax in Connecticut. No. The answer is having a long-term plan, a real solution. To make sure that we have energy for as long as we need it. For as many people as we need it. And that means a multi prong approach. I mean, I just can't believe the stupidity of these administration that wants to sit there and keep telling us, you know why? Here's why. There's no leadership. Absolutely positively no leadership. These people are all worried about getting reelected, and they've convinced the world that climate change is the biggest problem out there. So how are they supposed to turn around and say, well, actually, it turns out that Russia's the biggest problem out there, and now it's compounded by the fact that our lives are going to be harder as Americans because oil prices gas prices, energy prices are all moving up up and away. This is just one massive mess and I hope I hope. There are some smarter heads that will prevail. Look, I think if not, we're very likely looking at a recession. I've told you that before, I think a recession is very much something that could be in the cards, only because you can't have $9 a gallon and not have some kind of effect. We're going to see because we're coming into mid April here, how this affects earnings. All the companies with their earnings reports are going to be coming out. We'll get a sense of whether or not the consumer really can withstand these higher energy prices. I don't think they can. I mean, look, I guess it's good because people are going back to work and so maybe they have a little bit more money, you're seeing that reflected in the unemployment rate, which continues to drop. The number of jobs added, which was more than expected, maybe people are going to have a little bit more cash on hand to pay for this higher oil, but look, I think there's a real risk that we're heading into a recession as a result of these higher energy prices, not that I would trade it. I mean, I actually think that, you know, you make choices in life and you make choices as a country, and sometimes you just need to stand up for what is right. And standing up for Ukraine is the right thing to do. I want to get to legacy precious metals that I told you about in the beginning of the show because with all the chaos in the world right now, probably saying, how do I how do I manage this if I'm trying to think about my retirement? How do I hedge out all this inflation? And one of the very best ways to do this time and time again is gold. I mean, I have believed that for decades now. And I've been proven right. It's not always perfect, right? There'll be times when maybe the market out performs gold, but then when the market's down, that gold comes in pretty handy. And right now we're looking at nearly $2000 an ounce, they're on gold. So this is an investment worth having. This is an investment worth holding. And my Friends over at legacy precious metals have been doing this for years for about 40 years. It's a family run business, and they can help you. So I want to give you their number one 8 6 6 5 8 9 zero 5 6 zero one 8 6 6 5 8 9 zero 5 6 zero legacy p.m. investments dot com Charles Thornton. He runs the company. He was just on the show the other day really wonderful group of people that can assist you as you try and figure out how you're going to hedge out your future. How you're going to hedge out inflation because you're getting it one way or the other. I mean, best case scenario, the fed gets two to 3% a year, right? But right now we're looking at 6.7%, 7.7 .9%. It's like sort of a dyslexic moment. 7.9% in terms of inflation. I think it's going to get far worse than that.

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Joe Biden Calls for Release of Strategic Petroleum Reserves

The Trish Regan Show

01:31 min | Last month

Joe Biden Calls for Release of Strategic Petroleum Reserves

"I want to get to oil because oil is continuing to move higher in today's market and I don't think we've seen anything yet. I actually think that oil is going to get really, really high. We're looking at about a 101 $102 per barrel right now. And that's in part, it's been eased because the president came out and said he was releasing the strategic petroleum reserve over the course of the next 6 months, which would be a 180 million barrels that would be released into the oil supply, but I'm going to tell you this, it's not enough. It's not enough, and it's only 6 months, and we've got to figure out a better long-term solution here. Because we can't be dependent on the likes of Russia. I'm sorry, but this is truly awful what we're witnessing right now. And what came out over the weekend is devastating and you can look at it in many places. I don't even want to show you. The kind of thing that makes you sick to your stomach and you think how can a nation be so horrible so horrible to its neighbors so horrible to its brothers and sisters and cousins and we see Russia, Russia is clearly capable of some pretty horrific awful stuff. So let me reiterate. We don't want to be giving them any business. We don't want to be giving them any money any any trade whatsoever in light of everything that we have learned. It's time for the United States of America to be completely self

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Should You Always Do What You Want? Buck Angel and Charlie Discuss

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:12 min | 2 months ago

Should You Always Do What You Want? Buck Angel and Charlie Discuss

"I guess the moral question is, should you just always do what you want to do? So going back to that question, no. I do not believe you should always do what you want to do if in the long run is going to hurt you rather than now me. It helped me. I'm a successful person in the world. I attempted suicide. I was a drug addict. I was homeless. I was prostituting. I was doing all of these things to survive as a female. But I couldn't survive that way. And now as a man, I live an amazing, beautiful life. And isn't that what most people want to know? With the risk of calling in an exception because I think we could explore that further and I think there would be other issues is that there is a massive question of when do you restrain what you want for what might be good. That's right. And so let me just ask you a question. I'm just curious, you are at a point where I could not survive as a female in a female costume. Is that that's exactly right. There was nothing at your disposal. Nothing. So I would challenge that. The spiritual and also pragmatic way again with the risk of not actually living through that. I refuse to accept the premise the only way that one could deal with it is through. Castration. Sure. I can understand how you would think that because you don't live it. No, no, for sure. And I guess at the risk of stepping on that. And again, I don't think every trans person is the same. They're not. And I'm going to go back to what you said earlier, D transitioning. Okay. Big movement. Oh my God, as a transsexual man, it makes me sick to my stomach to see this. I never thought of that ever. The minute I transitioned, I never looked back. And my life only got better. So I start to look at why are these are all young women mostly, right? So young girls biological women, biological women who have decided to do what I did, which is to take testosterone, masculinize themselves, have top surgery, and then within sometimes 6 months to a year are like, uh oh, I made a mistake. I'm gonna tell you exactly why that's happening. We have not put mental healthcare in the equation to transition. So what we have is called self ID. You could today say, I'm a I'm a woman, and I want to transition. You don't have to go to any therapy. You don't have to see a doctor. You can go on the Internet and get your hormones, and you can happily be on your way.

Ukraine Resorts to Mass Graves for War Casualties

Mark Levin

01:48 min | 2 months ago

Ukraine Resorts to Mass Graves for War Casualties

"I just got some new video that came in And rarely does something make my stomach churn but I was watching the bodies of you craniums be thrown into mass graves And if you've got kids you're calculus changes When you look at the kids have been killed you look at the maternity ward that was hit You'll get a children's hospital that's been hit And you see that they're now having to dig trenches for mass graves and dropping the bodies in those grapes It just makes you if you're a human if you have a soul wonder why are we screwing around right now Let me explain what I mean by that I'm not in favor of sending our men and women into Ukraine I am in favor of giving them whatever they need to protect and themselves because clearly these people are willing to fight They're willing to take up arms They're willing to die You look at what is happening because of this war and this administration is trying to push their policies on you telling you to go get a electric vehicle and you wouldn't be having the stresses that you're having right now they want you to believe that inflation that disaster which is the economy they've created which over the past 12 months we see the consumer price index up 7.9% they want you to believe though that this is somehow Putin's price hike That's what The White House called it today against totally stupid because lesson I think 5 days of the total data in the last 12 months had the invasion of Russia In it

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China Sends Olympic Athletes to Quarantine Even After Negative Tests

Mark Levin

01:51 min | 3 months ago

China Sends Olympic Athletes to Quarantine Even After Negative Tests

"And I'm loath to even talk about the Olympics because I don't want to give it any attention or any oxygen except this is newsworthy China's cheating They keep sending other countries athletes to quarantine after negative tests After negative tests New York Post reporting Olympians in tears over poor living conditions lack of food at winter games My friend Chris Platt who's a great syndicated radio host Out of my station in D.C. I'm sure many of you are listening on this station you hear Chris plant as well He calls these The Hunger Games And this story brings it all home Belgian skeleton racer Skeletons see there's another one It's like as if luge wasn't unique enough where you lay down on your back and go hurtling down the toboggan course iced up tube at 90 miles an hour wearing nothing but a helmet But then they come up with skeleton It's like hey lay it on your back and going foot first That's not stupid enough Let's lay on our stomach and go head first See I love these sports And but I am kind of missing it a little bit but I'm not going to watch these games Belgian skeleton razor Kim mella manz broke down in tears in a video she posted on Instagram explaining how scared and confused she was about the COVID-19 protocols in Beijing Marilyn's tested positive for the virus when she arrived later tested negative All right so she's got one positive test one negative test So what are the geniuses running the Beijing kami Olympics do She thought she was being transported to return to Olympic village in Yang king She was instead taken by ambulance to another isolation destination

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Prosecutor: No charges in Black Kansas teen’s custody death

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 4 months ago

Prosecutor: No charges in Black Kansas teen’s custody death

"No no charges charges will will be be filed filed in in the the case case of of a a black black teenager teenager who who died died following following an an altercation altercation with with staff staff at at Wichita Wichita juvenile juvenile center center district district attorney attorney Marc Marc Bennett Bennett says says he he struggled struggled with with whether whether a a charge charge of of involuntary involuntary manslaughter manslaughter over over the the death death of of seventeen seventeen year year old old Cedric Cedric Loftin Loftin was was justified justified the the prosecutor prosecutor cited cited Kansas's Kansas's stand stand your your ground ground law law in in declining declining to to pursue pursue charges charges saying saying a a judge judge would would be be duty duty bound bound to to dismiss dismiss the the case case authorities authorities say say the the Lafayette Lafayette was was aggressive aggressive towards towards his his foster foster parents parents and and assaulted assaulted Wichita Wichita police police officers officers before before he he was was taken taken to to the the Cedric Cedric county county juvenile juvenile intake intake and and assessment assessment center center in in September September when when he he was was led led out out of of a a cell cell to to use use the the bathroom bathroom he he punched punched a a staff staff member member in in the the head head leading leading to to a a struggle struggle with with multiple multiple staff staff members members a a December December autopsy autopsy ruled ruled the the death death a a homicide homicide finding finding it it locked locked its its heart heart and and breathing breathing stopped stopped after after he he was was handcuffed handcuffed while while lying lying on on his his stomach stomach but but it it said said there there are are legitimate legitimate questions questions but but the the evidence evidence supports supports workers workers explanations explanations that that he he continued continued to to resist resist the the whole whole time time the the case case sparked sparked outrage outrage among among community community activists activists I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer king king

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Mike Hates Missing Work

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:39 sec | 4 months ago

Mike Hates Missing Work

"The bottom line is a lot of us are dealing with circumstances and situations beyond our control, and I hate missing work. I almost get sick to my stomach when I think about how much work I missed in December between Christmas and being quarantined with COVID. I hate it. I live for this show. It's my oxygen. You don't know how I, how much I treasure. The hours I spend with you. That's what I'm worried about. It's all I'm not afraid of dying of COVID. I'm not afraid I'm afraid of mission work. And either you understand that or you don't,

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The Democrats' January 6 Anniversary Coverage Is a Painful, Desperate Campaign Ad

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:33 min | 4 months ago

The Democrats' January 6 Anniversary Coverage Is a Painful, Desperate Campaign Ad

"To turn on the TV today. I told you don't do it. And because I'm a giver, I did. I watched as much as I could stomach this morning of The Today Show. Where the interview Liz Cheney, the outgoing Wyoming congresswoman. And really the only Republican in addition to Adam kinzinger sitting on this January 6th select committee. Now, this is a big day for The Today Show. They sent Savannah Guthrie to Washington, D.C.. I mean, they took her out of the cozy confines of plush studio there in midtown Manhattan. She had to get on the Amtrak and go all the way to Washington, D.C.. Because this is such a big day. It's going to be a moment of silence today. The vice president of the United States right now is addressing the American people. I can not make you suffer through it. We may pull a little bit of it, but I don't think it's in your best interests to make you suffer through a campaign ad for the Democrats. It's all this is. That's all this is. This is a terrified scream. From the Democrats, the Donald Trump is coming back. And they don't know how to stop it.

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'The Case for Christ' Author Lee Strobel on the Biggest Christmas Misconception

The Dan Bongino Show

02:52 min | 5 months ago

'The Case for Christ' Author Lee Strobel on the Biggest Christmas Misconception

"You out there I want to welcome back to the show A good friend to the show for his second appearance a guy who wrote a book that changed my life The book was called the case for Christ it's a magnificent book Lee strobe Lee welcome back to the show Well thanks so much Dan Merry Christmas to you and your listeners Merry Christmas to you as well my Friends so we spoke last time and will be rerunning that interview I got so much feedback about your book the case for Christ Little background folks again Lee Yeah people loved it Lee was a journalist writing a book and again leaf I mischaracterized his stomach but trying to discredit he existence of Christ and found himself becoming a believer while writing the book and wrote about his journey in a book called the case for Christ It's magnificent I just learned today Lee then you have a book as well called the case for Christmas So I am going to be picking this up today and it turns out there are a lot of misconceptions about Christmas that you've discovered in your work You want to go through some of them for us Yeah sure One of the big misconceptions I think stems from the fact that there's a certain Greek word that was mistranslated in the original King James version It's a work Catalina which is a Greek word that refers to a guesthouse And so when you read the story about the Christmas you know everybody's familiar with It's a Marianne Joseph go to Bethlehem for the census And the returned away by the mean oil innkeeper and so she has to give birth either in a cave or in a stable or something like that Well there was really no innkeeper that really wasn't all in The word can't Lima that's used in by the gospel writer Luke refers to a guest room And so what this means what actually happened is in the first century in a Jewish home in Bethlehem it would be one big room divided into two places One places for the animals to come at night and they would keep the animals indoors and there was a major there with some hay for them to eat built into the floor And a few steps up and then a living area which is where they would cook and sleep and so forth And sometimes the animals would come upstairs there's a couple of stairs there into the living area and so they had a major there as well Now some of the wealthier two families would have a second room A guest room called the Catalina And that's what the Bible is referring to And so what happened was Mary Joseph come into town and there was no room for them in the guest room of the house But there was room apparently in the family room and that's where she gave birth not in a cave not in a stable But there were animals around because they were allowed into the home at night And so that part would be accurate So I think people get the misconception that says all in keeper that somehow shun Mary and Joseph from

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Gov. Ron DeSantis Is a Genius for Making Monoclonal Antibodies Accessible

Mark Levin

01:41 min | 5 months ago

Gov. Ron DeSantis Is a Genius for Making Monoclonal Antibodies Accessible

"Because chuck Todd just said is it better to get the virus than get vaccines I got vaccinated I got the Johnson & Johnson vaccine I got the booster 5 weeks ago Went to Costco got the booster I wear a mask everywhere I go And by the way it's not always because of the virus it's because I don't necessarily want to be noticed with people coming up to me But it's also the virus Vaccinated booster mask still got it Still got it And the monoclonal antibiotic Where the governor of Florida has made it easily accessible No questions asked Which is basically four shots one in the fatty part behind your bicep on the left arm on the right arm and then they squeeze each side of your stomach for fat and do it there So it's four shots And by the way a lot of the people doing it There was a part time job or volunteers for firefighters Some emergency personnel And these are private companies that are given Rec centers or whatever you just look it up and you go And you go I mean the governor is a genius to be quite Frank about it And that's why he was fighting for this monoclonal antibody because he realized look people are going to get this many of them who are

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"stomach" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Q&A

Mayo Clinic Q&A

05:28 min | 7 months ago

"stomach" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Q&A

"For example like i mentioned for for the longest chemotherapy has been traditionally used for forty plus years. And that's pretty much just a therapy. That kills rapidly dividing cells in yeahs. Most people know more recently probably turn years ago. We had the first targeted therapy approved. So that's a thapa pair of therapy that targets a specific mutation or specific protein that tends to be over expressing the cancer and that was a common drug call her sept- in trustees map for the her two positive. You know stomach cancer. Usually a lot of them are in the cardiac the junction. So that's the first. That was the first targeted therapy approved. But now for the past three years to be honest more recently over the last year. We've had immunotherapy that. You know starting to w incorporated into the treatment amid material for stomach cancer both in the most advanced each and also more recently For some of the early stage after surgery you know restarting to use immunotherapy and that type of therapy is actually a type of therapy to to put it simply to that boost the immune system to to go after the cancer you know that the cancer has a cancer. Cells are very smart and find ways to his aid put breaks on the immune system. And so these type of therapies designed to release those break and unleash the immune system to go after the cancer and went. That's effective really. It can be We've seen some dramatic and durable responses in some of these patients. And that's why i said those. Those survival rate estimates may not really be accurate. Sort of like teaching your own immune system your own body to go kill your cancer. Exactly exactly. And as part of the reason why when it's when he works You know We've seen some dramatic durable responses because the immune system is active obviously You know now. The futures cannot combining This form of therapy with chemotherapy and targeted therapy at think. You know that's reflected. In the most recent approvals of of the regimen in in this in this disease fascinating line a wiccan individuals due to decrease their risk of stomach cancer. Yes so Stomach cancer unfortunately. We don't have an approved screening test like you know colon cancer. The colonoscopy for cologne cancel.

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"stomach" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Q&A

Mayo Clinic Q&A

03:50 min | 7 months ago

"stomach" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Q&A

"I mentioned surgery. And the intro by what are some of the other treatments and some of the more innovative treatments. Yeah so surgery you know obviously. It's it's the cornerstone for early stage. Disease on non metastatic disease but to be honest that the treatment depends on the stage and the location of the cancer meaning where it was a cardiac stomach cancer or non still my cancer But in general a stage one Typically recommend surgery alone most of the stage when are very early stages we could just do surgery alone for stage tour. Stace three me know based on the data that you know surgery typically alone would not you know. Cut it you know. We need more in. The form of chemotherapy or radiation to try to eradicate are any micro metastatic disease. That may have missed it with surgery alone and usually requires what we call a multidisciplinary evaluation with the surgeons medical oncologists radiation oncologists to really put our minds. Forget and say. What can we do to best help that this patient and improves the chances of cure so surgery. typically in the form of a partial or total best rectum e is really the goal of taking out as much of the cancer as possible and info the non for cardiac tumors at once higher up and close to the gas residual junction You know usually combined chemo. We usually give chemotherapy radiation as concurrently before surgery. That's the typical approach. For the cardiac or g junction guests. junction tumors however for non cardiac tumors usually. It's chemotherapy before and after surgery homeless in a sandwich Approach and that's why it's very important to really know. Where did the cancer come from. What location and in the states because all of that guides what we do finally full stage four or metastatic disease meaning. The cancer spread Distantly a rarely we. We don't use a surgery Because you know it's hasn't proven to be effective and will not address all the areas where the kansas involved and this is where we use a combination again of chemotherapy. Immunotherapy targeted therapy to try to you. Know see how we can best help the patients So that's kind of in a big big big picture. Are you know of how we pushy stations. Why not tell us about survival. Rates for stock answer yes so survivor. Rates again You know if you take all commerce you know you know the five year overall survival you know which is how many percent of the pieces would be alive. Five years After treatment for stomach cancer about thirty thirty two percents They gain if you break it down by stage you for early stage. Localized aged about seventy percent. You know if you look at the locally advanced stage about thirty two percent in for distant metastatic disease is six percent. But you know. And i'm just saying that because you're on a podcast but typically my clinic at try to not talk about you know the survivor rates and because those are just estimates based on You know Previous outcomes they're outdated A lot of them actually. At least the ones that i just showed you are bs on. You know they at least five years old. Not really reflective of the most recent treatments You know that we have and if you look at your stomach cans over the last year it's been an emergence of immunotherapy that it'd been fda approved and that are not reflected in these survival estimates. So what. I try therapies. Yes so immunotherapy..

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"stomach" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Q&A

Mayo Clinic Q&A

05:55 min | 7 months ago

"stomach" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Q&A

"The foundation so far over the past fifteen. Sixteen years for korean oncology. And i'm really glad i chose that career path. Thank you so much for sharing with us line. I'm very sorry about the loss of your grandmother. But i am delighted to hear that the silver lining is that you ended up in oncology. Doing what you do today to help patients can you tell us What causes stomach cancer in. Why does it occur in different parts stomach. Yes so that's that's a great question. A common question Yeah so stomach. Cancer is really a heterogeneous group of cancer. Multiple subtypes that can be classified in in different ways on being atomic location. You know the histology. How to cancer cells look under the microscope oil even more recently. You know the molecular characteristics of the tumor but to keep things simple. I think i would try to say. I would say that the two main types of of of stomach cancer cardiac stomach cancer and non cardiac and cartier's because that's the part that's the top part of the stomach that's near the junction are of his office as the food pipe so where to stomach joins the esophagus. The top part of the has called cardiology because of proximity to the heart. A that type of cancer is actually the type. That's more common in in the us. As you mentioned in your introduction predominantly because of some of the risk factors associated with that you reflects chronic acid reflux as something called barrett's office which is a precancerous lesion and you know and that type of cancer actually. The incidence has been rapidly Dramatically rising in the us as opposed to the other type Which is the non-cardiac which is what you found in the stomach. Proper and up that could because that's most commonly seen in other parts of the world predominantly in asia africa and and that's predominantly caused by carcinogens that the stomach is is exposed to are predominant food So commonly you know preservatives foot preservatives. Such as salt You know a smoking smoked food. Tobacco also has been associated with and in some parts of the n. infection with bacteria. Call- h. pylori Has also been proven to cause a chronic inflammation that eventually leads to development of the cancer. So that's Last but not least You know that type of cancer can also been associated with You know inherited mutations in as part of a familial standards so that's in a nutshell you know to keep things simple the types into different factors that you can see each side how interesting so who is at risk of developing stock cancer. Yeah so as alluded. Previously you know the top pot cardiac Tumors stomach cancers One common risk is barrett his office. And that's a you know a precancerous tap a lesion that's caused by repeated exposure of stomach acid grew flexing back towards years africa's and of a time that t- shoe you know changes and transforms into a you know a from the normal if you tell him and you know. We can the typical risk factors associated with that type of As a precancerous lesion is actually reflux disease. Obviously men more than women. We see that more common in men than women H will people over. The age of fifty five are more prone to develop that and interestingly obesity carries it three or four four risk Yeah and smoking as well so those are two very important..

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"stomach" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Q&A

Mayo Clinic Q&A

03:22 min | 7 months ago

"stomach" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Q&A

"Coming up on mayoclinic. Qna we'll take a look at stomach cancer while not as well known as other types of cancer such as breast or colon stomach. Cancer is still an abnormal growth of cells. Only this time it begins in the stomach. In fact it can affect any part of the stomach. The disease tends to develop slowly often over years and symptoms can be subtle. The science can be vague and nonspecific deranged from abdominal pain. A weight loss a nausea vomiting hurt burn. That doesn't go away. And then in some of the most advanced cases we can see bleeding. A so really. There's something that's alarming dozen. Go away you know. Bring it up to the attention of your primary care provider. Welcome everyone to mayo clinic. Human to helena's elka stomach cancer also known as gastric cancer can affect any part of the stomach and most of the world gas for cancers are more common in the main part of the stomach but in the united states gastric cancers cancers tend to form where the esophagus meets the stomach where the cancer occurs is one factor. The doctors consider when determining treatment options treatment usually includes surgery to remove the stomach cancer but it can involve other treatments as well. November november is stomach cancer awareness month..

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"stomach" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life

Acupuncture is my Life

07:28 min | 9 months ago

"stomach" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life

"And and let's look at. Let's say chronic illnesses diabetes high blood pressure but then even a prolonged illness. Such as mono mononucleosis core stomach efficiencies sliced. And you want. I mean how infants. I'll say it again. You have to see a local acupuncture sa- contact acupunctures my life because it's all about health. That's what it's all about because when stomach cheese deficient spleen. She becomes deficient as well. Which results in like. I said a lack of appetite loose stools lactation his mouth because when stomach cheese week it cannot transport mood essences to the limbs resulting in feeling weakness of so acupuncture. So of course the tone affi- stomach chain case then you can have another deficiency or empty pattern stomach yen deficiency. He had problems. Get to slow you. You wouldn't have an appetite or they will be slight hunger. But you won't feel like he that we constipation try stools subtle burning sensation. Emp gastric area. Dry mouth tried throw especially in the afternoon. Now there'll be some thirds but you just want a sip and it'll be like feeling of fullness right after eating working caused that diet irregular diet regular eating habits mostly due to eating late at night so many people in the western world do that. Stop eating after seven. If you can also skipping meals grab a quick bite during a short break at work or short lunch hour worrying about work while eating going straight back to work right after you eat even eating while you're working whether it's at your desk score and the truck or whatever it's not good constitution can play a part but when constitution plays a part you'll you'll notice stomach in deficient. She younger people teenagers and showed fevers course stomach deficiency during the course of an infectious disease. Such as what's happening now but it. It usually doesn't last that long because once the body wants the body heals itself which again is why. Say she'll go. Acupunctures contact acupuncture likely. Because that's what acupunctures about strengthening the body balancing yin and yang so that the body can self regulate and do what it's designed to do heal itself now the cores of stomach in deficiency can be do anti- antibiotics because antibiotics usually injure stomach cheat and stomach in. She really don't wanna stay on for a long period of time and once you're off and if you've seen in acupunctures the body will go back to normal in a short period of time and acupuncture. She would look to nourish stomach in nourish the fluids of the body and so forth and those are two examples of empty patterns like a full pattern could be stomach cheese stagnation many individuals and the western world especially experienced this with it's epa gastric pain and distinction that be belching nausea vomiting possibly vomiting hiccups. Irritability what can cause want the main ones two main course. One is eating in a hurry again working while you're eating eating state of tension while you're upset eating standing up. These habits tend to lead to stomach cheese stagnation. the second is emotional strain with his anger frustration. Resentment this can affect stomach stomach to stagnate so come. It can be a combination combination of dietary regularity along with emotional strain causes stomach cheat to stagnate but if this motion strain by itself it can cause liver cheese stagnation. And eventually deliver can overact on his stomach. And when i get into western disorders. i'll get into. How one internal game. Kim overact on another leading to another four pattern. I'll even do one more full pattern. That can be like cold invading stomach. Like i said exterior pathogen. His stomach doesn't like cold. it can be to be a pain in Shiama feeling cocoa. Lambs prefer to be warm. Your vomit cliff fluids nausea and feeling roche after swallowing cold. Drinks and your preference would be for warm liquids and this can the causes can be due either to exposure to coal excessive consumption of cold foods and drinks be careful diet. diet is super import. Some people will get into like your carrots and celery all day and this and that and You don't want to be super healthy but the temperature of your food is extremely important in this case in acupuncture so i would look to expel the coal warmer person stomach and stimulate the descending function or the descending stomach. She shoop report guys. You have to keep in mind. Diet is very important. But it's not just i. Your mental state plays a part. How much rushed you get the time in which you eat. The types of foods food energies axel have to eat in a court to the laws of nature those laws and therefore region chief flow ceuta body at certain times of the day hours. And it's important to either. Eat not eat drink or not drink during those times and i'll get into i'll get into how you can get a feeling of what's wrong during the hours when in which you awake and say you have to make acupuncture part of your life because acupunctures my life what's yours..

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"stomach" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life

Acupuncture is my Life

01:54 min | 9 months ago

"stomach" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life

"Especially in the morning with week lamps. Keep in mind as you try. And remember what i just stayed with. Regard not justed for state earlier with regard to stomach as an acupuncturist. I see this a lot. Especially in patients that come in with chronic fatigue or chronic tiredness because his stomach and spleen is responsible for the creation production of all she that travels throughout the body when stomach she deficient or someone presents chronic tightness. The first thing that comes to mind before it started assessing meridian that channel is stomach cheat efficiency. What can cause stomach. She deficient diet lacking the proper nourishment protein or either under eating. Keep in mind. You'll get some people that really go overboard with their diet. And they'll never learn a few vegetables and maybe one fruit and drink water throughout today. That's not enough. Precursor to stomach cheat efficiencies and when stomach she used efficient again loose stools tiredness. Two main sums chronic illnesses can cause stomach she deficiency too because it can arise as a consequence which week we can serve.

"stomach" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life

Acupuncture is my Life

08:11 min | 9 months ago

"stomach" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life

"It can have much to do with the nature of types of foods which you eat the times in which you eat and under what conditions. You're eating his food. And also i will say this and i really didn't emphasize too much when i discussed the functions of the spleen and this is why a lot of times i say. Check out the youtube channel under acupuncture my life because he goes really into detail but the stomach prefers moist food food are not dry and his spleen prefers dry foods. You get that yin yang picture. Start thinking in terms of yan yom now when you think of it in terms of being in the moist aspect is gin which is what the stomach prefers okay and dry aspect is young which is what the spleen prefers dry fruit you see like eating partridge age and soup. These are examples of the types of foods which moist that. The stomach perverse. Like when you now when you're talking about bread or baked goods which had dry spleen upsets okay. So if a persian each too much away of dry foods such as baked goods thinks that embroil the stomach can become dry and visually suffered from stomach in deficiency which create problems. And this is why. I speak of again in this episode as well as others fly. It's about balance too much. Dry food too much moist food. It's about balance which aspect of an internal organ represents yin and which aspect represents ya. Now the stomach can suffer from overeating or excessive consumption of food. Second either be too hot or even to coal. Now we're talking about the energy of the fruit like if you eat too much in a way of hot food. It came create stomach heat heat and stomach these things in mind now regularity of time or mealtimes slice it's important to eat at regular times and this is how nature has designed the rhythmic flow of chee throughout the bod and she flows through different organs at different times. So if you eat when your stomach. Cheese inactive or inoperative. Dan their stomach will not properly digest food. That's why i mean. I know it sounds all school. But that's why it's extremely important to eat at regular times and our grandparents used to tell us because they were more aligned with nature than the us today so when you eat at regular times stomach disorders usually follow now. other things they can play into coaching. The cause of stomach patterns or stomach. Problems is emotional. Strain now the stomach like the spleens because they're inseparable stomach is young and spleen shit again. It's about that balance. Between and each org oregon has appeared like for instance the payroll into the small intestine to heart The payroll into the kidneys. The bladder The payroll organ to the liver gall bladder. And if you just take a second even think about the relationship as payroll organs and in the future i'll get the event it makes sense and one is usually young in nature. One is usually get the in organ provides the nourishment for the young organ to function to provide energy for the in oregon took function. Keep that into back year. Keep that in back in here but another cause for problems of the stomach is emotional strain because again just like i stated in spleen episode. In a and again you can go to the acupuncture on my youtube channel to get an in-depth understanding of the stomach is usually affected by worry and excessive. Think because worry stagnates chee in the stomach and when you get when you worry too much you'll get like burning pain or belching or sense of nausea and then it can be accessible men to work. We can call his pensive. Nece will period of time meaning many years this tends to lead to stomach she'd deficiency now also anger also affects the stomach. She anger can affect stomach either directly or indirectly she anger frustration and resentment also causes stagnation but not necessarily directly with the stomach. I it will start with the liver. And then it'll begin to affect stomach and it'll be nausea belching and distended pain as well now exterior. Pathogenic factors such as heats dampness. Cold just want to climb. It is plain representing the state of the climate climate at that particular time can affect the stomach but more so colt life because cold tends to bypass the exterior layers of the body and affects the stomach directly in a former interior colts. Where you'll start to feel sudden acute pain and even prominent k. Dampness can affect the stomach as well and so can heat but cold as an exterior pathogenic factor affects the stomach the most now some of the basic patterns like empty patterns briefed on early as like stomach stomach Deficiency jump back into that symptoms of that would be like an uncomfortable feeling the gas jim. There won't be any appetite. There'll be a lack of tastes and sation with loose stools tightness.

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"stomach" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life

Acupuncture is my Life

05:39 min | 9 months ago

"stomach" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life

"Remind you getting into patterns now certain types of disorders relative to the stomach. Remind you stomach with the spin. Spleen is the root of all post heaven cheap which means it's the source of all cheese which is produced by the body after birth. Please remember this when i start getting into western diagnose diseases disorders right because the stomach and spleen which are really again of posts having chee are so fundamental to our health that when you look at stomach she you can sort of relate it to life to existent to why you exist and a lack of stomach cheat you can tie to death but don't take this literally simply meet and all i'm saying is that as long as there is stomach. She every disease can be treated or dealt with axl now if stomach she a winch stomach cheese week. Disease tends to be more difficult to treat stomach. Cheese and essential factor is life with regard to strengthen. It's an insanely sensual factor in prognosis. Now i get patient longstanding chronic illnesses immune disorders stomach cheese week. And it's it's tough to treat it takes longer in even accompanied out with stomach stomach in deficiency because stomach chia stomach in deficiency. Spleen stomach cannot properly process route to create the cheat. It's necessary for the body. I remember i recently. Just i just stated. The stomach is the origin of fluid. So things that you drink slices have to be transformed and digested private stomach. And as i quickly reference stomach inefficiencies the stomach can be affected by deficiency at indeed stomach in deficiency is usually usually served beginning begin deficiency pathology that eventually facts affects other organs. So i hope you'll beginning to understand that when problems out try and lead displaying out of this discussion as much possible when his problems with the stomach there will be. They will eventually be problems with other internal organs. Okay that's why it's important to seek regular wellness visits with your acupuncturist shoeprint. Because one of the main focuses and even speaking for myself. I love doing abdominal acupuncture. Because whenever anyone comes into the acupunctures my life clinic new york city with a disease or disorder. I automatically know the stomach. As well as his spleen has been affected and no matter what the disorderly is. It can be pain. All the way to chronic autoimmune disorder or someone affected by an exterior pathogenic factors such a cold or some type of virus or bacterial infection stomach stomach stomach stomach. Even when i directly treat whatever the problem is disorders or disease there's always some type of focus on the stomach and these are things that i discussed on the acupunctures. My life youtube channel. So if you really want to learn more about the functions of the stomach and as well as certain types of diseases tied to deficiency patterns of full patterns of the stomach checkout the acupunctures my life you to chow so much you learn. Now what can cause dysfunction of course number one dice. The main cause of disease for the stomach is die and you can look at this many different aspects..

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"stomach" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life

Acupuncture is my Life

06:43 min | 9 months ago

"stomach" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life

"Hello everyone and welcome back to acupunctures my life now of course in this episode. We'll continue with discussing. The basic functions of the internal organs has seen by an acupuncturist because again as a reminder an acupuncturist views the functions of the internal organs. Different from that of a western trained physician. okay a lot of our theory that being an acupuncturist is based on the balance of being a young. Because when when yin yang balance disorders or disease usually present. mrs wise. Say you know if you need to listen to these episodes more than once feel free to do so but once it all comes together when i began to go in depth with regard to disease and how diagnosed and how they treated. You'll be surprised now. Today's episode i plan to talk about the functions of the stomach. But i'll remind you before discussing the function of the stomach. I need you to momentarily attempt to block. Your understanding of the western concept of the internal organs completely is less k. Now that you've done so you see when it comes to the stomach. It's almost impossible to discuss. Its functions without including the spleen is well. Why because i've said this before. Even on the discussion ended discussion function spleen the spleen as well as his stomach are responsible for post nato or post heaven cheat so all energies all he within the body comes from the chee that's created by the spleen and stomach so this is why after birth because the kidneys responsible for your pre hinchey still in the womb. Won't you come out cheaper created to circulate throughout the block. The body starts from is produced by the spleen and stomach so they almost two separable inseparable organs that residing in you middle jiao the middle section of your body. Some say the core and so forth but because both the spleen and stomach are responsible for an individual's posts haven't heaven cheap. You can't you almost. It's almost hard to speak of one without having to reference the other act but when it comes to the stomach stomach to an acupuncturist is responsible for controlling the rotting and ripening food as well as the transportation of food essences super bowl the stomach also controls descending of she and also served origin of fluids now in terms of writing and ripening along receiving food and drink ingesting food and drink the stomach thing transforms his food by way of fermentation. This function is in preparation for the spleen to begin the process of separation and extraction of refined essence from foods in which we ingest after the transformation process is completed stomach. Cheap passes food ingested along to the small intestine to continue to process of separation and begin its function of absorption now after transformation by the stomach is complete the stomach begins to transport food essences along with the spleen throughout the body which pretty much supports why the functions of the spleen and stomach are separable when it comes to controlling in descending of cheap as i stated earlier wants to transformation processes completed stomach chief since the food down with to the small intestine and as i stated in my discussion a function of the spleen the spleen then since the essence extracted from the foods by the stomach up to the lungs and heart because again the ci of the spleen goes up she of the stomach goes down so the continued process processing food is sent down to the small intestine by the chiba stomach but the essence extracted from the food is sent up by the chief from the spleen to launch at heart. So if you wanna brief refresher go back to my discussion on the functions of the spleen. She can understand how inseparable these two organs are now as far as stomach show serving as the origin of fluids which generally tend to be derived from the food and drink that is received by the stomach stomach to an acupuncturist has responsibility of ensuring that some of the food and drink which is not used to be extract extinguished. Wow stuttering sorry to be extracted. His essence are condensed in the form of body fluid which is why to stomach is considered the origin of body fluid to.

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"stomach" Discussed on Pressure Points

Pressure Points

05:21 min | 10 months ago

"stomach" Discussed on Pressure Points

"I know all right. So the ultimate iron stomach. We're this is one that i've wanted to do for a while but i couldn't really find like good timing for it. So in one thousand nine hundred thirty three. There's a man by the name of michael molloy. That's my favorite year down. I know it is and he. He's just a raging alcoholic and he's got these five guys and own pretty well one of which owns a speakeasy and so these five dudes tony. Joseph francis hershey and daniel yeah team thirty. Three's names that's at eighteen. Really though so these guys all know each other and they reach out to a corrupt insurance agent and they take out life insurance policies on michael malloy And the like total for each is about seventy thousand dollars shit. Yeah so oh god. Sorry my fall off your chair. No microphones little pop filter. Just popped off. He just turn that backwards. So if it gets a little splattering no that. That's why so mike. I said tony. Owns the speakeasy and mike irregular. So tony says hey mike You've actually got an unlimited credit. Now and mike is thrilled like this is for an alcoholic..

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"stomach" Discussed on Marketing Secrets

Marketing Secrets

01:48 min | 11 months ago

"stomach" Discussed on Marketing Secrets

"Now what do you think about an offer that so good that you feel six or something actually giving it somebody because it's it's such a good deal. I guess probably the right offer right. Make an irresistible one time offer vaco. Here's i of course may some dollars off so defense in bucks. That's that's an offer but it's not an irresistible insane insane offer when you are sick to your stomach because there's no way we can do this this this i can't give all i can't people this and this and all these things for this price because it's not worth it to me like you're sick to your stomach that's when you're close that's when you probably have the right author and for me. It was this big hog just like. Oh my gosh. Like i've been stingy. I've been trying to my e to make sure they offer the things that i want to sell. Not what people actually want and they're looking at it from my okay. If i'm not making an offer. I gotta make something irresistible right. If only gonna make a fifteen twenty percent conversion rate on accelerate to forty fifty percent it has to be irresistible We're in the process right now of purchasing a company. I can't talk about yet. So as we finalize the deal might be finalized. When get back from lake powell. So i'm sure we can. We shouting it from the roofs but the funnel really buying the same because the funnels are so good like someone buys a product through the funnel the average cart value Is like one hundred eighty dollars saying spend one hundred dollars to sell this product which is crazy right. It's so good but you look at the up so flow and it's the same thing it's like the most insane ears this blah for you. Sure when the personal buying the company from his first print together was like six or stomach ache. I could easily sell his thousand bucks or two thousand or more and i'm going to do for ninety seven mike. We what you can't do that like insane right. We spent fifty thousand dollars creating the kate so through for ninety seven dollars. And when you get that the internal dialogue and you had your fighting it because this doesn't make any logical sense that's when you probably have an actual irresistible

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"stomach" Discussed on The Daily

The Daily

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"stomach" Discussed on The Daily

"Army and no military superior no intelligence service no investigation officer notice this difficult and hard to believe for her and for many others. It's about a pattern in germany of the authorities. Turning a blind eye to the far-right because franco a is not the first case to be discovered by chance..

"stomach" Discussed on The Daily

The Daily

04:34 min | 1 year ago

"stomach" Discussed on The Daily

"To be killed enemies to be killed really. He's a soldier in the bundeswehr. And t posed as a syrian. He posed as a syrian to make refugees responsible so this was the idea they would kill people enemies but then they would blame refugees to be the perpetrators the case against franklin a remarkable.

"stomach" Discussed on Overnight Drive

Overnight Drive

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"stomach" Discussed on Overnight Drive

"And I think it's going to be going on for a little while go to Damascene Dot Com for more information I know he has a I think yeah I'm not gonNA say are code because he has his own code Bruin and I think it's a little bit more off so I'm going to direct director you to however you access the Internet to go dancing dot COM. He is selling out of his earlier models of the earlier issues models kid here models selling out of his earlier models that he's had in previous versions around sale. Yes exactly actually. This is a man of users little. Yes Chica little little Pentax camera in the you know. You don't need a long lens to do a man's work And I think that a proven that a man makes his own coffee and takes his own photos with a short lens of shortlands Lanza Pentax or a trend has been salts. That's what I've been told Damn busy. Any DOT COM on so sponsors and have any beef jerky or anything else to you. Know I got nothing hi got A. I got nothing at all. I am rapidly. Losing consciousness consciousness so hall food get some wings and yeah. I can't go to buffalo wild wings. That's a fucking psychotic behavior that's that's psychotics oppressive behaviour. I've got to go go to a place that has actual food man. It's Friday night. We're GONNA go fucking good looking okay burrito. Well I always thought it was temp. NCNB tempe is cold right now fuck. That's all chilling but got get some Nice mountain views. It's good I'm going to Oh I didn't even think we talked about this the reason that I I we're doing this over. skype is because I took an extra day so I could drive and hike and be in the Wilderness and bury this woman. That's mouldering in my and the trunk of my rental car so To your God so yeah. I don't know see all see on the other side I guess entered AC- real quick the first YELP RUN THE FIRST YELP results when I searched food in Tempe is a place called DIS bond funds. There's also a place down. The street called hurts donut. Very good. This goes back yard Taco you. Bill started donut shepherd. It's called these hands. Yeah these hands and it would be like you can pay for your mail or you can take a good strong. You can catch these. Yeah yea gets you can get a really good. Like I won't say the beat down you can get a really really good roughing up in front of your family or your girlfriend or whatever or you can pay like eighty ashby real great place really good doughnuts exquisite sign a waiver. I don't have those. That'll be eighty bucks for a dozen doughnuts in what a war in cats. He's hands whichever you lay hands. He his hands. And then Floyd Mayweather Ghost Jimbo slice walks through the wall. Somebody who as we need you to work at a donut shop in Tempe Arizona. All right I'll do it. Wow Great and he comes back and that's what he does these his hands on your ass beat for your family for a box of donuts. Just run I would run out of the place betting totally get it honestly honestly if these are the kind of things.

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"stomach" Discussed on Overnight Drive

Overnight Drive

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"stomach" Discussed on Overnight Drive

"The mole nod. No that would allow terrible. Yeah Not of wordsmith girl got me thinking of some shit so open up your legs girl and then he hit that shit really good really good You know if you're interested On My spotify in Baltimore. XXX Club music. Which I made I should can make? I'm figuring out how to make a overnight Dr spotify we have that now. That's interesting. Okay Yeah I did. What I thought was really good and called in a couple of Weird favors to get our back when spotify who was like a weird thing thing where it's like I don't know if I'm GONNA get up on spotify like years ago and it was like a nebulous thing it's getting Uh getting like verified on twitter so I called a couple of people I Camila Cabello people I knew and got us on spotify under my thing but now it's a it's a curse because all you have to do is just fucking sign up for SPA podcast. So now it's like a pro. You professional podcasters out there. You know the struggle But it would be nice to to do that at some point we'll have to figure out how to do that Or drinking the cat. He's moved apple music. And keep that spotify as and let's just you know just idea. No it's fine. I know you don't like Legacy APPS Nah not I just. Yeah if it's baked in my phone I'll just fuck with the one baked in on my phone. No one has ever given me a reason to use spotify over apple music and all the reasons people throw at me seem they sound like the video games where you had to pay to get the next level like it sounds so modern like you can share playlists with your friends and then you can. If if you want you can put your play. Listen the running to be A favorite Yo shut the fuck up. Stopped doing this bullshit bullshit. Just read a Goddamn book. What's with you WANNA do? I sound really agree. Oh I don't feel particularly agreement but oh my God again. This is a different song. Just running Beeman Baltimore Club. Music the The songs account all different ways.

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"stomach" Discussed on Overnight Drive

Overnight Drive

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"stomach" Discussed on Overnight Drive

"That would be one of my big enough. Yeah you'd be if you want or you just get so the the feeling of the wind caressing your hair just gets you so amped up that you go out and you meet somebody of the same or opposite gender. Whatever you're into and just the energy just your your power allures them and you bring them back to your room and you just go yard dino hard you have to beat off to create wind pretty hard edged region you're talking about? I misunderstood you know when you when you when you read scripture. The Holy Spirit is always described as a as a window and as a you know a ride the river the River Jordan where Christ washed his feet precisely. That's that's how you solve. All your problems is Washer River. Christ book assholes out there of Christ washes fucking feeding. You should probably wash punks honks. Christ did Andy News going to die. He knew the JIG was up a long time before they finally came for him and he he wasn't even had never even got that lead. Never Macula. You won't have to do it. We don't have we don't have to have to take care of business. She never got Leila. She'd like yeah. That wasn't Makaukin set. Yeah but they're ju- Jesus goes from like age twelve to thirty thirty five. I'm very often the numbers in in scripture. And there's no mention of his life between there so he probably he probably got I down like he was good looking back to the future. Two and three were and Michael. J. Fox are looking really. Yeah yeah it's kind of like that sort sort of like that. It's like a shitload. Today I woke up really early because I'm two hours behind behind where normally am and rather than Ed and be sad about it. I went down to the hotel gym and I got like a good pomp on Nino really like like went foreign and then when upstairs took a shower got dressed all night. And I'm walking down on Mike there. You never ever feel better than you do like when you start when you leave the house after working out in the morning it is like you feel wonderful. Give that a try. Give that a try and then go stand in the sun and let the wind crusher hair. Stop it stop fucking complaining all the time and stop trying to. Oh Hey hey hey man. It's okay man. I've been watching people I've been on the Internet too much been on the Internet too much like with Thanksgiving Shit floating around in the Internet. It's uh it's a lot. I was your Thanksgiving Pal. I thought about shout then. I took a very very relaxing first class flight from JFK. Have K where there was not a soul. It was awesome. It was like I was like in the language ears And it's a great flight. It was awesome. The lady next to me was sick but she. She fell asleep right away and stop coughing and then I got here and they had a A catered Thanksgiving meal already waiting for us so While got a few back with with some crew guys and had a great meal and that was that anything happened not nap. Nothing ever happened. They never happened you sure. Do you remember the band EAC. Yes yes they do nothing happens. That's that's that's the theme of being on the road. Nothing Hands Oh no uh-huh on the road stays in the room now because I heard something a little different right. Okay all right. Did I heard something happened. And there's actually some recording faulk right. I'm calling all right exactly your fun and I saw fine well under saying you know what sometimes I lie to our listeners. It's fine Sumi Fremont like this. Is You arriving and sounds like social gonNA happen.

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"stomach" Discussed on Overnight Drive

Overnight Drive

06:12 min | 2 years ago

"stomach" Discussed on Overnight Drive

"Don't be a Pixie jump in this panzer and be a good frag you before frag view hose means to loosen up. Stay careful there's A. There's a heatwave common we've got we'RE GONNA go gang and we've got a we've got go behind us I'm GonNa Geek you. Which means Geek absolutely yeah dump shock doc nausea and disorientation from being done out of the Matrix yet for sure which I mean? I usually get nauseous and disoriented when I get dumped. That's that's the feeling I get after. I've been on my computer all day and I close it and then I colors that can't render on my monitor and yet the the the blue screen glass. I want a fucking crock. That never since copper of fogging bracelets says there have been a crock. Like blue glass be orange though because I have those orange glasses i. I've never heard anything but you know there's a pair of glasses that obviously when you go real optometrist I can offer you blue screen glances ask you like. Oh Yeah but you go into the reading glasses action. Now they have like it's just they're just fake glasses and you wear them and you stare at a screen and it's like ooh protecting me from the harmful effects of staring at a screen all day who our lives are so fucking miserable. I thought I've O.. R. I don't think our live. Our lives are good. I mean collectively. Our lives are so no way today. I was actual fucking looking like I. I haven't been. I spent time in like other than my parents. House at a police in Glens falls along this fucking rural all did like wow. I didn't I it was never this bad there. Everyone is wearing camouflage thought it was a fucking like who so read on Komo all over again but the guy at the gun I was looking at the shotgun. Whatever and they don't he complained that they they won't let him sell bullets anymore? They don't sell bullets at Walmart anymore. Very take he's like how you supposed to even you know you buy. It's always been you by a gone with bullets. And he's like really. We've hammering and I'm on. I'm not about to be like and then some people fucking fucked up sell coke we used to sell cocaine drugstores and they've been bunch of people fucked up same Shiite way the government moves on but then he's like he's like why are you here on. You know how I love when people especially people. I don't know my going tires on the car. Yes we want to drive Honda. two-door he's pursued or whatever and then he's back there yes door yes sorry. Sorry it's not a fucking Chevy Silverado in those seat can forgo nobody. This dude looks like he's about to die. First of all you're gonNA extra from like a a British like a British play about like poverty in the seventies really bad like you really took you there and he's like well just called my dealership because I was getting new tires on my truck and I thought well I'm already on the phone the dealership I might as well. Just go buy a new truck. So that's what I'm going to do today to buy a new trick. Mika you try and a big yard you're working the AMMO Cari fucking counter at Walmart man. I'm like I was really trying to big Dick me and I'm like what. Wow Oh actually no. I'm being mean fucking if AMMO MM account guy wants to buy a new truck and he can pull it off good for you emo guy. Sorry sorry became. I became a little bit of a class. They're gonNA take that back. Well that's very nice of have you but I don't think he was. I don't think could buy a new truck let alone new truck. So you're safe. He was just like really weird that I was like asking answering his questions. Honestly Salinas trying to just shoot the shit to shoot the ball. You know as love answered incomplete sentences and it was like most people. This is the conversation like most most people like you got the end somehow ends with a T.. So yeah that's how I find got. You're and now a big area discount on one thing and then they charge twice as much in the other. I heard three different people say though God some Truth Economic Onomic truth to that. Yes I mean there's paying less it just because you're paying you're getting a deal on something doesn't mean you're saving money because you weren't gonNA spend that money unless there was a deal like but I heard a bunch of different people saying that like up guys huddled around the shop VACs. We're like route Meighan. I can go out with over to harbor freight cutoff or even trooper or however fairly routine thought to go with a new or my God it was like I was unbelievable and then I went home to my ailing father. Father has a condition of the thins is blood okay and he looked very pale and I missed the net. Ask going to die. He's like he's like Oh. The Wall to agree agree mistake. He's going to eat a big fucking steak. Don't feel much better. Yeah he had actually. I didn't tell anybody then. My father The cancer are. You told me I knew that. I didn't tell it wasn't about mother. Had Ed Haskins. He fucking beat that shit like he was a fucking modem money and My father no longer has cancer. That is good news. But but the residual effects of the Chemo. I guess. You didn't even have chemo. We just had like radiation acted shit. It's got him clammy Ghana's blood thin and he's doing this thing where he's like. I know what will be better. I'm GONNA take a bunch of vitamin E. and then a bunch of blood pressure pills and then a bunch of like he takes all these pills and.

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