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"ucla medical center" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:48 min | 9 months ago

"ucla medical center" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"UCLA Medical Center tells K. and axes especially mindful of workers in triage often the first line of defense my concern is really for that price and I think that we can improve that system across the country about how we're going to put a fine it's a medical staffers fear delays in testing mean they've been exposed to the virus already for Orange County firefighters are under quarantine after responding to a call involving someone who had recently travelled internationally and had symptoms similar to corona virus the decision comes out of an abundance of caution the safety of our crew and the safety of the community is important to us that's why we just went and took the extra precaution Colleen Windsor of the Orange County fire authority says the patient the firefighters cared for Saturday night was considered highly suspect for possible coronavirus the firefighters are not at a medical facility there quarantining is at fire station twenty in Irvine we didn't think that they needed any medical treatment and to take up space out of the areas hospitals that are already extremely busy and to be able to isolate and contain what we currently we thought that was the best decision the fire station has been disinfected but the crew will remain in isolation until medical testing is completed Chris Seton's can extend seventy newsradio patient at the firefighters were attending to has been tested for corona virus results are expected later on tonight governor service requesting that the state legislature set aside up to twenty million dollars which will allow California to respond to the possible spread of the virus the money would come from the disaster response emergency operations account news about a conference call with vice president pence and says he's satisfied with the help California has received from the federal government the state is already received a thousand kids from the CDC with more to come if their supplies get low one thing he would like to see changed our guidelines on when to test patients.

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Trump appoints Pence to lead virus response as U.S. confirms its first case of unknown origin

Up First

06:41 min | 9 months ago

Trump appoints Pence to lead virus response as U.S. confirms its first case of unknown origin

"The president's during the White House briefing room yesterday to announce a new approach to the virus. Several health officials joined him. C. D. C. Deputy Director and shoot. It said the United States should expect some troubling news. Hour aggressive containment strategy here in the United States has been working and is responsible for the low levels of cases that we have so far however we do expect more cases and shortly after that press conference in new mysterious case of Corona virus was announced in California and that's where I want to begin with. Npr Health correspondent Rob Stein hither rob either. Okay let's talk about this new case here in California and what the significance of it could be yes so the CDC right after this briefing ended last night reported that someone who in California who doesn't appear to travel to any country where the virus is spreading exposed. Anyone who might have caught the virus overseas had tested positive for the virus. That means this could be the first instance in the United States of what officials call community spread. You know in other words. They caught the virus in this country with no connection to any other country that could have spread here. There's been sixteen reported cases of Corona virus in this country. Far all the other cases have been people card in China or on that cruise ship except for two close relatives of two of those people brought back from China. So this would be very concerning. You know because it's exactly what health officials have been worried might start happening that the virus could start spreading in this country now the CDC says it can't completely rule out that this person might have had some contact with traveler. They don't know about but so far. That doesn't seem to be the case. Okay well then the question on all of our minds of course is what do we know about this person and how the person may have gotten the virus if not through someone abroad? He S O California health officials. Say the person lives in Solano County north of San Francisco and that this person is receiving care at the Ucla Medical Center and according to the hospital. The patient was transferred there from another medical center and doctors suspected the patient might have covert nineteenth. Is Diseased Causes but since the patient didn't meet all the criteria for the corner virus they weren't immediately tested by the CDC. And in the meantime the hospital has treated other patients with farces like this so took all the necessary precautions to protect doctors nurses but after this patient did finally test positive the hospital as a small number of hospital workers to stay home and monitor themselves. Okay so so. This could be the beginning of what's known as community spread in the United States. Although it sounds like there's some uncertainty here but that obviously raises the question of how prepared we are in this country to deal with the corona virus. What what did you feel like you learned from the trump administration when the president and others talked about the approach yesterday? Yes so the president you know. He took a very kind of low key. Approach to this was tried to be very reassuring saying you know. Things are under control But the president announced that Vice President Mike Pence would be taking over in charge of coordinating the nation's response to the outbreak until now Health and Human Services Secretary Acts as our has been chairing the corona virus taskforce. Now he'll stay in that role but trump says he picked pens because of his experience handling healthcare issues especially when he was governor of Indiana and that he will hopefully help coordinate phys across government agencies including like the transportation and education department's NPR health correspondent. Rothstein rub thanks so much. You Bet David now. The administration is facing scrutiny as concerns increase over the spread of Corona virus in the US reporters asked the president yesterday. Why he seems to be contradicting centers for disease control officials who say the corona virus outbreak. Here is only a matter of time. Here was the president's response. I don't think I have. They've said it could be worse than I've said it could be less to. I also take. I don't think it's inevitable. All right I wanNA bring an NPR senior political correspondent Domenica Montinaro. Who's been following the president's response here? D'amico either David Okay. So this could be a big moment for the president if indeed this virus spreads and American start looking for for some level of reassurance and confidence. Oh definitely I mean you know. The president's gotten a lot of criticism for this confused messaging before this on krona virus she had the CDC sounding the alarm. They're saying that the spread was inevitable. You had trump downplaying this and really in a lot of these situations. I mean I kind of think of it as being on a plane and facing turbulence and urine stormy weather. You want the pilot to be calm by. Everything's okay but no but also serious and telling you to take your seats right input safety belts on and make sure everyone does it. You know the president because of his tweeting in his own personal volatility. That makes it difficult. And there's a lot of people who are never going to trust him as their pilot but that's partially probably why. He decided to put Mike Pence there. Because he's such a controlled messenger and for the most part trump during that press conference got out of the way of Public Health Officials. And even swatted down some potential conspiracy theories about whether the CDC was trying to inflate numbers or the risk to hurt his reelection. Okay so maybe. He's putting pence there because people have more confident. I mean it also sounds like pence has experience as governor with healthcare. That may put them in a good position to respond to that. What is what is that experience. Well you know. The thing is though Mike Pence is very controversial. Pick to put here. There was an outbreak in two thousand fifteen of HIV in his home. State among intravenous drug users that is really causing a lot of critics to look at this and say they raised some eyebrows. Wonder if this is the smartest person that put their at one point according to USA. Today the number of people who had contracted HIV in one rural county exceeded the number of people infected with HIV through injection drug use in New York City the entire previous year while the CDC another health officials urged making clean needles available but but state law and pence Moral opposition really initially prevented that two months after the outbreak began. He said he was going to go home. Prey on it two days later he finally issued an executive order to make those clean needles available. So look he's not a scientist and I think that's one thing that a lot of people are nervous about if this does spread and Democrats which would say already critical of the president response here. Definitely they want him to ask for more money from Congress. Trump said fine. If that's what you want and trump look said the stock market may have gone down but it's Democratic presidential candidates fault too which is really controversial thing to say.

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Dr Suzanne Donovan: The Corona Virus

Medicine, We're Still Practicing

12:32 min | 10 months ago

Dr Suzanne Donovan: The Corona Virus

"We've all heard about this newfangled disease at Wuhan. China called the corona virus. It's the one that the World Health Organization called a grave threat to the world. Well Dr Table and I invited back in amazing doctor to set a straight on the subject. Dr Suzanne Donovan. She's one of the most inspirational professionals. That Stephen I have ever had the honor of having on our show. She's a renown infectious disease specialist and infection control expert with all of you. Ucla Medical Center in Sylmar California. The last time Dr Donovan was with us. She shared her experiences fighting. Ebola outbreaks in the West African nation of Sierra Leone and her multi decade efforts to control the AIDS crisis. If you want to be inspired by a true story of heroism you owe it to yourself to go back to our fourth and fifth episode of medicine who are still practicing. So who better to help us understand the realities and the rumors around Corona virus? Dr Suzanne Donovan. Welcome back thank you for the invite to come back and talk about this new epidemic with with all of you. D'etre Steve Tell us what we're really dealing with here. Corona virus has been around for probably millions of years. I mean it's nothing new. I mean this. This small little are in a particle But it hasn't been as virulent as what we're seeing. I don't think in in the history of certainly a man but a best to talk about. You know what this is I think is is our esteemed guest. You know why now why this little virus that has sort of caused colds and flu like symptoms. Why now is it becoming so deadly? What's going on? I think we all need to remember that. This is the third epidemic. We've had related to a corona virus. We had SARS in two thousand and two two thousand and three the next decade we had Moore's Middle Eastern Respiratory Syndrome in around two thousand twelve and now we have this novel Corona Virus In Two thousand and twenty two thousand nineteen initially At least identified in China so this is nothing new and also. It's really important to remember that our ability to detect epidemics and detect the the the origin of the epidemic has changed dramatically in the last fifty years with molecular technology. So we've just gotten better at testing for it. I think we've gotten better at early. Diagnosis of outbreaks. It's a you know you would know if there was a pandemic that's correct and you know so that would not be any mystery but is this not more virulent than SARS. And Moore's well I think when we use the term. We have to be very clear what we're talking about. Virulent refers to a disease and its ability to cause organ destruction or death to the host. The data that we have to date is that this is much less virulent than SARS immerse. The other thing. I think it's really important to say is there's a lot of talking heads out there in corona virus. Some that are super smart. Much smarter than than I am Maybe some that are a little less informed and we know very little about this virus at this point. We don't know the attack right in other words if we one of. Us had the virus in this room. Right now how many individuals would be infected in the next two weeks? We don't really know that the other thing we don't know we don't know the case fatality rate in other words out of ten people that have corona virus. How many will go on to die? Or how many will end up have having significant morbidity or disease from this ending up in the ICU ending up on a ventilator. We have none of this data coming out of China. All were seen as the tip of the iceberg. The tip of the iceberg are the dust and the people being hospitalized. We have no idea of the scope of the number of individuals that are infected that are as symptomatic or mildly symptomatic because that data is not there seems like it's moving pretty quickly anytime you have. What's called a novel or new virus or virus and a population that is naive or has no preexisting immunity to it. We expect to see a lot of cases I think are most important job if you look at mirrors and SARS or even a bola and the US is first to manage the anxiety and manage the communication and the message about this virus. It's important that the the public know about this virus so that everyone can be alerted to the dangers. I just unfortunately on a soapbox about irresponsible reporting and sensationalism. But I think it does a disservice to the population. The chair of Public Health at Hong Kong University said that he believes sixty percent of the world's population is at risk. How does he come to a statement like that? He's doing what's called and I believe that article that he wrote. It is not not yet peer reviewed. He's doing what is called mathematical modeling of outbreaks. So there's something called are not Which is would be similar to the attack rate which is the number of individuals that are going to be infected during the time the individuals infectious so implant would be around one and a half individuals may be to to put it in perspective. Measles would be around fifteen to seventeen. Well I'm much more concerned about a measles case which we had recently in Los Angeles coming in on a case of corona virus. What happens in China where there may not be the infection control practices in hospitals? There may not be access to the ability to do hand hygiene respiratory hygiene The dynamics of transmission in China is going to be different the night dynamics of transmission in the US. So if you look at the handful of cases that we've had in the US were not seen exponential growth here in the US. What's the difference between having the flu? And having corona that's a great question I would say for most individuals with Krona virus which we diagnose to all the time in in the US. It's like having a cold. You're more likely probably feel a lot sicker with the flu than you would. For the run-of-the-mill Corona virus this particular corona virus. We don't quite understand the dynamics of what it doesn't individuals yet. What we do know is that there appears to be a lower rate of complication in the pediatric population. For reasons. We don't understand what we don't know is whether this corona virus is going to be like SARS during the SARS outbreak the virus responsible for SARS was able to change its genetic code. Become more virulent. Actually become more dangerous to the human hosts that did not happen to the murders outbreak. And we don't know what's going to happen with this virus and so. I think we have more unanswered questions about both the clinical presentation of what happens when someone gets sick. But the dynamics of the infection why do younger individuals not get as sick as older individuals? Is there anything any symptom at all that you can tell? Us IS UNIQUE TO CORONA virus. That is different than the flu. I would say there is nothing that would distinguish a bad cold from someone with hospital not test for krona vires so the current CDC criteria. Because it's different in every country. The current criteria is that you have a combination of clinical symptoms and what we call epidemiologic risk factors so epidemiologic risk factors is. Where have you been and mortar? Have you been doing still ask our kids all the time? So where have you been? Have you been the China? And what part of China is number one and number two? What symptoms are you having? And the symptoms are looking for is a fever and respiratory symptoms -portant reimbursed Pretoria meaning. I'm coughing cough and short of breath or a fever if you have a strong epidemiologic risk factor. You're from Wuhan or you're in a household with someone from John who is symptomatic and you have symptoms of a fever or a cough that hospital. Er should call public health. And they will confirm that and then they will authorize screening. No doctor in the studio can order this test. It's not order -able through a private lap this incubation period that they've been talking about which is to to fourteen days basically anytime during that time you can essentially be a carrier right. You can give it to people. Let's talk about those terms. A carrier is different than someone who has mild symptoms versus someone who's symptomatic. There was one case reported out of Germany that was published as a letter in New England Journal of Medicine stating that an ace symptomatic case transmitted the virus however it appeared the authors did not talk to the patient purveyed. Yes so they wrote up the communication and it turned out the case was symptomatic. We know that there is what is called. Pre prodromos shutting. So pro drome is. I think I'm GONNA get sick. I feel like I'm coming down with something and then the next day. You're really sick when you're in that pro drome you can. Shed many different viruses. Pre Promo is before you even have that program you can shut of ours but what is very important to remember is for most the vast majority of infections there is a very clear relationship between the amount of virus in your body and your symptoms. What that means is your most likely to be infectious when you have symptoms and the way you transmit corona virus. The main way to transmit corona virus is by coughing and depositing droplets. Anew your three feet away from me so I could infect you. If you're a symptomatic the only way you can transmit that virus is by touching your mucus membranes and then touching a surface than than you would touch it so this is not a doorknob issue this is. This is a very low risk issue. We need to focus in on the symptomatic population. Does this live on surfaces. Yes it does. How long well? I'm I would love to find that outright source still getting environmental surface data but we know in general corona viruses are what are called enveloped viruses so they have little protection around themselves so they can persist on surfaces for even over a week. Which is why it's very very Karen ME SUZANNE IN THIS COUNTRY. We do not have ongoing corona virus transmission. I see here were we live. Many students many individuals wearing masks. And I'm wondering the only reason to wear a mask is if you're having symptoms or if you're robbing a bank due to wearing masks for self protection there is no reason to wear a mask in the absence of you having symptoms or you're going into a hospital and you're going to be seeing a patient but only when you're working with the patient exactly virus so we're not advocating and you're not advocating. I'm sure using a mask of any kind to be in the general population whether you're on an airplane whether you're having dinner in Chinatown there's little reason to be doing that in this country where there's two reasons that do number one for what you just said. A number two. We now have an international shortage of both categories of Mass M. It's a national security. Issue is not if if the media is propagating. The the panic mentality. You can certainly say that. There's no reason for panic at this and yet the media is fanning the flames of panic. Because that was was going to get people to tune in to their show with should be saying is just the opposite. Yes is dangerous. It's serious but at this juncture. They should be saying. There's no reason for

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16 people monitored for contact with U.S. coronavirus victim

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:25 sec | 11 months ago

16 people monitored for contact with U.S. coronavirus victim

"When we landed in Beijing airline workers scanned us for fevers with similar scenes playing out at airports in and out of the region a spokesperson at the airport in Los Angeles as one person who got off an American Airlines flight with symptoms of coronavirus has been taken to UCLA Medical Center and health officials near Seattle say a man in his thirties with corona virus is believed to have had close contact with sixteen other

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"ucla medical center" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"ucla medical center" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"PCH she's in critical condition with a broken spine and head trauma Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center the man who is driving was less seriously hurt the crash forced the closure PCH near Sunset Boulevard for time last night but the roadway is open it's eight oh five we have traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the five speaking of roadways let's check them out with Tim green wood I want to mention this if you're headed up toward I can't stay a can you take like user road off to the right about a mile later there are some large boulders in the road and I mention this not just because a few people are going to be driving on that road in the next ten minutes but we have several canyons that have very high sides and it has been exquisitely wet for the last couple of days and even though it seems to have rained and stopped and let it soak in and then come back again anywho if you drive in any one of those high canyons do you keep your eyes open because you may be the next person to find that those little orange signs that say falling rock are actually going to tell you the truth and it could be something in front of you more common is a bumper falling in lanes that's what we have one ten north bound at el Segundo Boulevard in the leftmost lane the carpool and the left lane we have a rubber bumper sticker cross lanes right now are secular continues for a five north at Hawthorne for the two right lanes shut down for a traffic collision next traffic reported eight fifteen on Tim green wood with more traffic reports more often Kay and extend seventy newsradio sunshine tomorrow drier conditions also in that will last for the most of the week highs are gonna be tomorrow in the mid sixties nobody.

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UC workers strike against job outsourcing

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

01:10 min | 1 year ago

UC workers strike against job outsourcing

"A lot of noise on the campus at UCLA today in fact union protests are going on and all the campus Medical Center St one as well this is a breakdown of the contract talks let's go to UCLA and here is John Baird a dozen protesters have been walking the walk in front of Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center they want a new contract for the service workers and patient care workers they want higher wages and they're upset over outsourcing John de Los Angeles is a union spokesperson by this time six unfair labor practices have been filed the court against the university for secretly in a legally trying to expand the scope of outsourcing across the state what you see and says the union workers are protected from displacement of termination from their jobs as a result of out sourcing and that the union is asking for way too much closer to one is a spokesperson it's unfortunate you know six strikes over the course of two and a half years really only hurts our patients and our students we bargain in good faith over the forty days of bargaining we've brought forth a dozen proposals she says the union is not allowed the rank and file to vote on those

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"ucla medical center" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

Outcomes Rocket

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"ucla medical center" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

"Psychotropic medications. It's the idea that we as a society have the tools we as healthcare entities have the staffing to actually wrap around and help or most needy patients use care better and have better outcomes but what we need to do is ensure that information gets to people who need to act on it in real time and that's the kinds of functionalities pleased that we're building in a collaborative fashion listening to people who actually do this work asking them what their problems are designing the I._T.. System to meet those needs awesome I love love the direction Dr Mahajan and and I'm just thinking about the future you know it's it's definitely bright with the work you're doing here and so love that you shared that story and the directions going at will serve as inspiration for people listening today so time for the lightning round so I've got a couple of questions for you. These will be rapid fire as possible followed by favorite book that you recommend the listeners you're ready. Sure are what's the best way to improve healthcare outcomes building effective teams was what's the biggest mistake or pitfall to avoid thinking that I've identified the right metrics so then naturally we're going to beat the goal. How do you stay relevant as an organization despite constant change? I think it's being focused like a laser for on your mission. If it's a healthcare delivery organization it's it's meeting healthcare needs of your patients and if your patients or changing demographically than actually you need to change how you serve them to keep that role of meeting their needs of <hes>. What's one area focus that drives.

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9 more women accuse ex-UCLA gynecologist of sexual assault

KNX Afternoon News with Mike Simpson and Chris Sedens

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

9 more women accuse ex-UCLA gynecologist of sexual assault

"Three nine more women have alleged in two lawsuits that they were sexually assaulted by a former UCLA gynecologist the women claim they were assaulted by doctor James heaps during examinations between nineteen eighty nine and twenty seventeen three of the nine were UCLA students at the time of the alleged assaults the other six not students they saw heaps at the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center heaps's been criminally charged with sexual battery of two patients but denies any

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9 more women accuse ex-UCLA gynecologist of sexual assault

KNX Afternoon News with Mike Simpson and Chris Sedens

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

9 more women accuse ex-UCLA gynecologist of sexual assault

"Nine more women have alleged in two lawsuits they were sexually assaulted by a former UCLA gynecologists they claim they were assaulted by doctor James heaps during examinations between nineteen eighty nine and twenty seventeen three of the nine women were UCLA students at the time of the alleged assaults the other six were not students they saw heaps of Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center heaps's been criminally charged with sexual battery have to patients but denies any

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Ex-UCLA gynecologist pleads not guilty to sex abuse of 2 patients

Morning Edition

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Ex-UCLA gynecologist pleads not guilty to sex abuse of 2 patients

"A former gynecologist at UCLA medical center is charged with sexually abusing patients. NPR's Aina Jaffe reports, according to the Los Angeles County district attorney's office, Dr James heaps has been charged with sexual battery by fraud and sexual exploitation in incidents that allegedly occurred in two thousand seventeen and twenty thousand nine the charges stem from complaints by two patients, according to a statement from UCLA the allegations of misconduct relaunched against heaps last year. The university investigated his conduct removed him from clinical practice, informed him that employment was being terminated after which he announced he was retiring. UCLA also reported him to the medical board of California and law enforcement, the university is now reviewing how it responds to sexual misconduct in clinical

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Over processed foods add 500 calories to your diet every day

Morning Edition

03:00 min | 1 year ago

Over processed foods add 500 calories to your diet every day

"Their new diet studies out this week and they add more evidence that when it comes to staying healthy. It may not be enough to just count. Those calories what you choose to eat really does matter in pairs Rb reports on what researchers learned when they tracked the diets and health of thousands of women over two decades when the women's health initiative study began back in the nineteen nineties about twenty thousand women were put on a diet. They were told to cut back on fatty foods such as red meat and full fat, dairy, and they were told to add in more plant based foods, here study, author Rowena Boesky of the Los Angeles biomedical research institute at harbor UCLA medical center, but we ask them women to eat more fruits vegetables, and grains, but also to reduce their total. Fat intake, two decades later, what he and his colleagues have found is that women who were put on this diet at twenty one percent lower risk of death from breast cancer. Compared to women who didn't change their diets. This is significant because this is the first intervention study at anytime targeting breast cancer, where reduction in deaths from breast cancer has been seeing this study adds to the evidence that what you eat can be an important driver of health, but it also raises new questions about exactly which changes the women in the study made that may have been most beneficial. Here's Jennifer Liga belt a medical oncologist at Dana Farber Cancer Institute, there's been a walk that we've learned in the time since the study started about healthy fat, and unhealthy fat at a time when we're told to eat, plenty of healthy fats sources such as KADO 's and olive oil. Was it really an overall reduction in fat during the study that worked in the women's favor? Or was it due to other factors such as all of the good, nutrients and fiber that come from eating more fruits, vegetables, and whole, grains, Schabowski says it's just not clear. We can't really separate out at the present time. Which component was important. But we have blood on all forty eight thousand women, and now we will be a number of analyses to see if we can dissect out which were the important components. So there's much more to learn now. One interesting point, the women in the study were not told to count calories or reduce calories, but overall, they did lose weight. We didn't target caloric intake reduction, but the women did reduce their weight by about three percents. I think it's a message of dietary moderation the signings fit with another new study out this week that evaluated the effects of an ultra process diet compared to minimally processed diet it to finds that an overall healthy diet containing plenty of fruits vegetables, and whole grains can help prevent weight gain Darya schmo, Zafar, Ian is dean of the Friedman school of nutrition at Tufts University. The effects are really consistent with a lot of research coming out, over the last decade that you can't judge a food by its calorie count. And when it comes to eating healthy the quality. And range of foods, you choose matter

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Baxter Baxter, Mark Morocco And Fox discussed on Morning Edition

Morning Edition

02:47 min | 1 year ago

Baxter Baxter, Mark Morocco And Fox discussed on Morning Edition

"Fox works with canine, loft company, which runs rattlesnake avoidance classes. He trains dogs how to avoid snakes whose rattle for them. And for us is a warning. They don't want to hurt us. We are way too big. They cannot eat us. So it's purely defensive my dog Baxter took this training class. But I wanted to know how humans can avoid snakes. So I asked your doctor Mark Morocco to join me on a hike Baxter Baxter. Come try to keep your dog on a leash and then you're less likely to have Baxter. Get bit by snake? Morocco works at the Reagan UCLA medical center. He says the number one rule when hiking and snake territory. Stay on the trail. You wanna be able to see your feet don't get off into the high brush on the sides of the trail because that's where the snakes are going to be. They're going to be harder to see. And if you're rock climbing watch where you put your hands the next important thing to think about what you wear on your feet, it is Los Angeles. And so you will see people on trails like this in flip flops, not a good idea. Most people would argue that you should be wearing boots with high sides. If you're in a place where there are lots of snakes. I would just prefer that you least were shoes. And we do see some barefoot people who come into the emergency department. And you're saying you were barefoot where wearing long pants can also help since most adults get bitten in the lower leg every year. There are thousands of snake bites in the US many involving children I've seen a number of patients in my career little kids who've been bid on the face or the dominant hand because that's what kids do they see this thing they reach out to touch it and bang. They get a snake bite a bite on the face is more serious than a bite on the leg or hand and children can get very sick very quickly. If someone gets bitten Morocco says call nine one one immediately. It looks like a burn infection. All and once you have swelling and blistering, and you can have some bleeding and some redness, that's when we know there's a lot of venom in the bite. Anti-venom drugs are highly effective, which is why you should get to a hospital as soon as possible. In the meantime, don't do anything that you see on the movies and TV Turner kits and cutting. An ex over the thing and sucking the venom out dramatically, none of that has any effect on the outcome of snake bites. Instead, stay calm motionless. If possible to slow down the distribution of snake venom in your body when you get injected with snake venom, it's just like getting shot. So the harder your heart beats the higher your circulation, the more mixing blood and venom and moving it around. So I'm gonna keep it as localized to. Where the snake bite is as possible. Ideally, lay flat on the ground until the ambulance

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Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center, Nathaniel Taylor And Sanford discussed on WCBS Programming

WCBS Programming

00:13 sec | 1 year ago

Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center, Nathaniel Taylor And Sanford discussed on WCBS Programming

"News Nathaniel Taylor. The actor who played a role a loss in on the nineteen seventy sitcom Sanford and son dot on Wednesday at the Ronald Reagan UCLA medical center, doctors there say he suffered a heart attack.

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"ucla medical center" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"ucla medical center" Discussed on WTVN

"He's the all time when he has winningest coach and MLS history was died yesterday. At the age of sixty five Sigi is the he's one more. Games and MLS Major League Soccer than any other coach sixty five years old his family said he died yesterday or Tuesday at the Ronald Reagan UCLA medical center. Schmidt was hospitalized three weeks ago as he awaited a heart transplant again Sigi Schmidt a name from the past it used to coach here in Columbus for the Columbus Crew dead at the age of sixty five you know, what as as the year comes to an end in two thousand eighteen we start to see more stories about reflection. What happened in twenty eighteen what happened in your life? What happened in people's lives? One of the things you'll see is what happened in the media. And it's been a tough year for the media family. It started off early in the year that John Corby the passing a Corby on January twentieth. And soon after that not long after that coach Earle Bruce passed away and then just a couple of weeks ago. Chris Bradley channel ten's meteorologist passed away. Also at the age of fifty three from leukemia. Now, there are people on the radio and their people on your television screens. And then there are stars. And stars. They break. They break through the noise. They make an emotional connection. The stars in our community. They give our community more than our community would ever give them and stars. They're bigger than the call letters that they represent Chris Bradley was bigger than just ten TV. John Corby was bigger than six ten WTVN. And Earl Bruce was bigger than Ohio State University. These are stars. I'm just a guy talks on the radio. Those guys are stars in our community needs stars. We fell in love with Chris Bradley, we fell in love with him because he invited us into his world. Chris Bradley was engaged in the community. We fell in love with John Corby over thirty years because Corby brought us in he was a regular guy. He was one of us. He was a bass, brother. He was a guy that just went out and came in and sat in the radio and talked about his experiences, and we fell in love with Earl Bruce we fell in love with the real Bruce because he was a coach the buckeyes and he was fired right before the Michigan game. And the neat thing about Earl, Bruce, if there's ever a guy could have left the city after being fired by.

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"ucla medical center" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"ucla medical center" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"NewsRadio. Good morning. I'm and I'm Vicky more top story at nine Dino three seems like everybody's talking about the mega millions jackpots and night. What what people do with their winnings here in southern California. Let's head out to Encino and find out from Canucks ten seventies. John barren people know their chances are very slim like one in three hundred and two million. So it's almost like throwing away a two dollar Bill. Doesn't matter. They'll take it. They'll give it their best shot that, you know, you got to be realistic. You you gotta be gotta have the fate on faith might work. But even with tickets flying out the door. There's still a twenty five percent chance. No one will win tonight. Still my plans if I was to win the lottery was first of all my parents also give to the community and then spend the rest of myself nothing wrong with that. And by the way, the Powerball itself has reached more than six hundred million dollars. Reporting live in Encino, John. Baird KNX ten seventy NewsRadio is how old are the shoes at the UCLA medical centers. Where strikes are underway. This morning. Let's go to the Westwood campus. Seniors Craig Victor about three thousand UCLA med center, employees. Are out here. They're saying that they'll be picking today. Tomorrow Wednesday at a union Representative is telling next as they want an eight percent pay raise. They also want a deal language in their deal that would prevent the outsourcing of X Ray, tech jobs and other hospital maintenance positions, the UC has offered a three percent pay raise you know, what good are the wage proposals. That you're putting forth if our jobs are allowed to be contracted out. Tomorrow negotiating for over a year. And again, the university has failed to recognize the core priorities of these workers, which is outsourcing they forego pay when they come out here. And so the fact that they're willing to do. So I think speaks volumes about the gravity of this year at the hospital itself there were some elective procedures that were rescheduled because of this pending work action and UCLA medical center says that rather not at UCLA, but at other medical center, some patients were moved to other hospitals here because this is happening in San Francisco, San Diego Davis Irvine and here at UCLA again. They're prepared. For both sides. It seems for three days reporting live outside UCLA, Craig KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio. Imagine me one.

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Jennifer Garner To Receive Star On Hollywood Walk Of Fame

KNX Evening News with Diane Thompson

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

Jennifer Garner To Receive Star On Hollywood Walk Of Fame

"A star on the Hollywood walk of fame going to. Be unveiled tomorrow honoring Golden Globe winning actress Jennifer, garner it's eighteen days before the release of her latest film called peppermint set to join garner and. Speaking at the eleven thirty AM ceremony in, front of the min mini so. Store on Hollywood Boulevard will be actress Steve Carell and actress Judy Greer Corrales co starred with garner in the two thousand fourteen family Comedy Alexander. And the terrible horrible no good very bad day Greer appeared with her in the two thousand four fantasy comedy romance thirteen going on thirty

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"ucla medical center" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"ucla medical center" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"And his family apply for a job opening at John Hopkins UCLA medical center. They apply against other brain surgeons who gets the job. They're all qualified went to Princeton. Yale went to Harvard. They compete. For the job with chief of staff, the guy that runs the hospital makes the decision, right? And he's gonna go out. He'll get five hundred resumes. Boil it down to six, go to dinner with all of them on the drive home for dinner. He'll ask his wife, what you think. And she's going to say with one of the doctors, I really liked his wife. Remember all qualified. Nobody that worked part time in his assistant sandwich maker at Panera breads, getting dinner invitation. It's all brain surgeons. You compete against yourself in life and the wife will sit in the car until the chief of staff at the hospital. I really liked Karen. She's really, we really get along. They'd be fun to go out to dinner with twice three times a year. We can invite them over the house. That's the jump. Social stuff matters. Connecting matters. Networking manners. Getting along with people communicating matters, Bella checks, the best coach in the history of the NFL. I strongly believe that other people have said, other great coaches, Bella checks, the best personnel, drafting coaching in game cap, all adjusts. He's the best ever and Bob Kraft knows he's the best ever. But he didn't share a lot in common personally with ballot check who is not real communicative kind of harsh acerbic not into style or fashion, doesn't care at all about his image in Tom does and they connect socially. I had somebody tell me a couple years ago in by the way James Harrison was on our show last week and he said, I wanted to hate Brady. You can't help even if you go into the locker room now wanting to like him a let James Harrison explain. I wanna Tate him so bad, like playing against him all those years. And you know him getting better of us for the most part of them. I wanted to hating, I get their first person. I see Brady smiley, face happy. We talk say pitcher, I'm like, okay, that's. I said, let me watch how he moves around the locker room, c, c, high interacts with everyone. And I mean, he's not gonna pass anyone without speaking. He speaks to everyone. He treats everyone the same. Rather you've been there ten years. You've been there ten days. Like I say, he's, he's, he's a good guy. He's autumn team and that overtime is white. Craft shows Brady to now run the franchise. It's been reported Bella checks frustrated, but it's funny because Bella check went right into his personality in the Super Bowl made a move with Malcolm Butler didn't communicate with anybody else. Then after he did it turned off some players who have taken shots at him still hasn't communicated, goes back to his cave. Slashes office doesn't really talk about it in the end. Clearly it's been reported upset, Tom Brady upset, gronk upset, several players, upset. Danny men. Danny amendola upset. And Belgium didn't talk about it. And Brady wants to talk about it and that social ability that Tom has pays off. It matters. It's been reported and now it's being confirmed that craft is closer to Brady than Bella check and his handed him the alternate power within the franchise. I don't have a problem with it for the record. It should be noted that average NBA players have leverage in power. Why can't the greatest quarterback of all time have a little bit of power. I mean, we, we always celebrate NBA players having all this power, they deserve their money. Why can't the greatest quarterback in the history of the game at the end of his career, have some personnel say, hey, I want that quarterback out. I want that coordinator here. I think we should pursue that guy. That's what the NBA's done. Well, they listen to their players and fell Green Bay listener. In Rogers. He's good. He's smart. You need more than he needs you. Her. This is the heard wherever you may be and however you may be listening live in Los Angeles..

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"ucla medical center" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"ucla medical center" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"And his family apply for a job opening at John Hopkins UCLA medical center. They apply against other brain surgeons who gets the job. They're all qualified went to Princeton. Yale went to Harvard. They compete. For the job with chief of staff, the guy that runs the hospital makes the decision, right? And he's gonna go out. He'll get five hundred resumes. Boil it down to six, go to dinner with all of them on the drive home for dinner. He'll ask his wife, what you think. And she's going to say with one of the doctors, I really liked his wife. Remember all qualified. Nobody that worked part time in his assistant sandwich maker at Panera breads, getting dinner invitation. It's all brain surgeons. You compete against yourself in life and the wife will sit in the car until the chief of staff at the hospital. I really liked Karen. She's really, we really get along. They'd be fun to go out to dinner with twice three times a year. We can invite them over the house. That's the jump. Social stuff matters. Connecting matters. Networking manners. Getting along with people communicating matters, Bella checks, the best coach in the history of the NFL. I strongly believe that other people have said, other great coaches, Bella checks, the best personnel, drafting coaching in game cap, all adjusts. He's the best ever and Bob Kraft knows he's the best ever. But he didn't share a lot in common personally with ballot check who is not real communicative kind of harsh acerbic not into style or fashion, doesn't care at all about his image in Tom does and they connect socially. I had somebody tell me a couple years ago in by the way James Harrison was on our show last week and he said, I wanted to hate Brady. You can't help even if you go into the locker room now wanting to like him a let James Harrison explain. I wanna Tate him so bad, like playing against him all those years. And you know him getting better of us for the most part of them. I wanted to hating, I get their first person. I see Brady smiley, face happy. We talk say pitcher, I'm like, okay, that's. I said, let me watch how he moves around the locker room, c, c, high interacts with everyone. And I mean, he's not gonna pass anyone without speaking. He speaks to everyone. He treats everyone the same. Rather you've been there ten years. You've been there ten days. Like I say, he's, he's, he's a good guy. He's autumn team and that overtime is white. Craft shows Brady to now run the franchise. It's been reported Bella checks frustrated, but it's funny because Bella check went right into his personality in the Super Bowl made a move with Malcolm Butler didn't communicate with anybody else. Then after he did it turned off some players who have taken shots at him still hasn't communicated, goes back to his cave. Slashes office doesn't really talk about it in the end. Clearly it's been reported upset, Tom Brady upset, gronk upset, several players, upset. Danny men. Danny amendola upset. And Belgium didn't talk about it. And Brady wants to talk about it and that social ability that Tom has pays off. It matters. It's been reported and now it's being confirmed that craft is closer to Brady than Bella check and his handed him the alternate power within the franchise. I don't have a problem with it for the record. It should be noted that average NBA players have leverage in power. Why can't the greatest quarterback of all time have a little bit of power. I mean, we, we always celebrate NBA players having all this power, they deserve their money. Why can't the greatest quarterback in the history of the game at the end of his career, have some personnel say, hey, I want that quarterback out. I want that coordinator here. I think we should pursue that guy. That's what the NBA's done. Well, they listen to their players and fell Green Bay listener. In Rogers. He's good. He's smart. You need more than he needs you. Her. This is the heard wherever you may be and however you may be listening live in Los Angeles..

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"ucla medical center" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

KMET 1490-AM

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"ucla medical center" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

"Some interest in talking about b vitamins today i do actually because i think people are forgetting how important are they've been around for so long as far as supplements go but you know people just think that's for energy but they do so much more than just help the body with energy they help with red blood cells they help with hydrate metabolism they help with their skin and nails are there any are there any myths and concerns surrounding the use of b vitamins can people abused the b vitamins are there some misunderstandings about bvitamins are there certain delivery systems that are better than others concerning bvitamins if you could give that some thought during these commercial messages i would be grateful come back and we'll break that down and then they get all the things that you want to ask or or share with us i know country like vitamins has expanded a lot of time and effort into the manufacturer of their of their b vitamins and their coin's b's those are the ones i use that they're terrific you are listening to let's talk your tradition were coast to coast and we're global and we're glad you're here today we're glad to be with you we'll be right back with dr audrey ross are you waking up each day to the life you have to live or to the life you want to live better health shouldn't be left to chance smart choices to living longer and stronger include making kyle aged garlic extract a part of your daily routine for years medical researchers have recommended adding kyle to the diet as a powerful tool to enhancing overall heart and immune health recent clinical studies at ucla medical center using kyle suggest that garlic may slow plaque formation in the arteries and support healthy cholesterol and homocysteine levels previous research also shows like may enhance your immune system defenses kyle is organic borderless and the only antioxidant garlic supplement available worldwide maintaining a healthier you could extend your life your wellness begins with kyle lick aged garlic extract available everywhere nutritional supplements are sold visit kylie dot com that's k y o l i c dot com or call one eight hundred four two one two nine nine eight for a free sample today dr michael darker host of let's talk nutrition on this station you can get more information about the show on my website at let's talk nutrition dot com that's let's talk nutrition dot com.

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"ucla medical center" Discussed on Short Story Long

Short Story Long

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"ucla medical center" Discussed on Short Story Long

"Seeds were really planted in boston where i had the time i had the job that i truly enjoy but it was only on the weekends and like some corporate events but for the most time i had some free time and because i had a roommate i was living cheap and the you know where splitting it three ways i think we are rent was like 1500 was nothing so yeah i had the financial freedom to actually make this kind of happen um but it was actually a couple of years later 'cause i always felt like i had to make money i had to be contributing to paying the bill that you know it just didn't feel right for me not to so as always kind of doing one or the other i was doing sh is shudder boothe is the company i worked for loved it i was during shutter booth and then falling my dreams and then i decided i was going to work for weight watchers 'cause i've been away watchers for twelve years because i only a never ending pet and um i don't have that thing in me that says like your fall really that feeling just doesn't happen interest yeah i can pack in food impresses people when they see it how through so i was like all work for weight watchers so is getting trained for weight watchers this was july of 2012 and i got a phone call it's like ten o'clock at night it's my brotherinlaw he says jan your dad had a heart attack he's okay but he's in the hospital he should probably come home spi okay so get on a red i am there in the next morning are going to the hospital and that's when i realized the true significance of this i didn't quite understand like how bad it was it turned out my dad flatlined five times from the he lived a mile and a half away from ucla medical center which is like why he still alive and for whatever reason traffic was kind him.

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"ucla medical center" Discussed on NewsRadio1620

NewsRadio1620

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"ucla medical center" Discussed on NewsRadio1620

"It he too found that yes you can reverse heart disease with a lowfat diet so it's all about inflammation robert in the typical american diet is all about you know inflammation too much mostly through dairy foods and meat products and rancid oils and lifestyles that are in laboratory it's all about inflammation if you can lower your inflammation you can have those arteries get better over time now you're going to need to exercise you're in '83 right diet lower your stress take certain things that we know counter the damage like getting heavy metal poison out of your body which includes led an aluminum and cadmium which you can through a number of ways through diet through key lation therapy up periodic fasting sweating in a sauna these are all ways that mainstream medicine they don't know about because it doesn't it doesn't make money it doesn't occurred leedle procedure like a stent procedure or openheart surgery or drugs not that they don't wanna do it is just not taught in medical school so of course in know the information is not available you can even take garlic supplements there's a there's a garlic supplement that was proven to get rid of arterial plaque right out of ucla medical center with dr matthew booed off md cardiologists it's called cayo lake garlic k y oh i see just taking that will help to lower it but it may not be in time for you because you're artery plaque has been building up for years why you're under your doctor's care and they just didn't recognize until it hit the critical mass stage you can also use pomegranate in juice or fruits that also gets rid of arterial plaque so you have a ton of things you can do but you know at the same time the stent surgeries are highly dangerous and are done way too many times and it costs between ten grand and force grant build their doctors push them because it's a big path to cash it's the two chiangs syndrome that some people have their lives saved withstand surgery when they're having a heart attack yeah that's when it's apple 'cable but doing these uh these of procedures uh i would be very very cautious hit by review and learn everything you can then make the right decision to whatever decision to make is the right decision with your doctor or a robber thank you for your phone call stay tuned i'll come back i just sleepless night did you wake up several times are sleep poorly maybe it's time you took a natural sleep aid that works all night tries sleep.

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"ucla medical center" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"ucla medical center" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Winds fame denies all allegations of nonconsensual sex we spoke with the accusers attorney just moments ago it he he says he will have more details at a news conference scheduled for one o'clock tomorrow we carried this chase live on the nbc l a apps sheriff's deputies chasing a man in a stolen tracks suspected of trying to carjack another driver at gunpoint apparently oh gosh oh he just hit that bus sara well that was one of just many dangerous moments captured by news chopper four over this pursued you can see the vehicle just squeezing through these vehicles here going the wrong way many times it began in norwalk deputies did back off for a while but they reengaged because of the danger to other drivers the pursuit ended just before four o'clock in long beach when the drivers surrendered at p c h and anaheim place scary moments for staff and patients at a hospital in sylamore and new sharper four was overhead as people filed out of the all of you ucla medical center and the swat team wet looking for a man with a gun force john kat it's clean back has been talking with some of those who were caught up in all of this job sean you check it'll happen on the second floor of the building here behind you hear the hospital that's where they have some clinics they have administrative offices financial offices as well but tonight we do not have a clear understanding as to why anybody would bring in a gun well we actually didn't know what was going on it's a we actually seen it on tv hospital visitor watching it all unfolded verse not realizing they be in the middle of an evacuation called the dot timing but people to get out the door now come out fighting to evacuate a man with a gun paulsen thousands of deputies even of swat team to olive ucla medical center just after nine this morning a female staffer claiming the man of come in and brandished a handgun one he approached her heated not q was not suspicious in any way until he produced a firearm which in of itself produced a threat to her and then she fled it's an employee's visitors even patients scrambling if you from who's jabar four shows.

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"ucla medical center" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"ucla medical center" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Since right now breaking news fairly michael jackson suffered cardiac arrest this afternoon he would aground koepka it's brooke tito require labor had it to the hospital we had to the airport not at that very moment i i didn't know the severity no one the hospital at the ucla medical center was mobbed by reporters inside the jackson family with michaels children waited for news right tried kong again in nuts he uh it's hard my brother the legendary king of pop michael jackson passed away of thursday june twenty for two thousand nine to twenty six pm i i just i couldn't interested ring i'm sorry robin it is who acts that keep saying the same thing a kimber i did i it's still to this day it's still so difficult from me the believe you have to accept what is but it to heart it's two weeks later his gleaming golden casket surrounded by love and grief.

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"ucla medical center" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"ucla medical center" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

"Since right now breaking news fairly michael jackson suffered cardiac arrest this afternoon he would aground koepka it's brooke tito require labor had it to the hospital we had to the airport not at that very moment i i didn't know the severity no one the hospital at the ucla medical center was mobbed by reporters inside the jackson family with michaels children waited for news right tried kong again in nuts he uh it's hard my brother the legendary king of pop michael jackson passed away of thursday june twenty for two thousand nine to twenty six pm i i just i couldn't interested ring i'm sorry robin it is who acts that keep saying the same thing a kimber i did i it's still to this day it's still so difficult from me the believe you have to accept what is but it to heart it's two weeks later his gleaming golden casket surrounded by love and grief.

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"ucla medical center" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"ucla medical center" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Dot com and download the show because dcn up loads of the mall there so you can grab them up if you've missed them in a lot of you respond that way so let's dive into that mailbag it is up four enqvist reuss a oh it's been it this this one is this from jack who says kate oh my gosh i heard you say about tom petty dying ansett right show was on and it was crazy 'cause earlier in the day heard they had pulled him off lifesupport and i was stunned i didn't know anything about it then i heard your show and initially they'd screwed up the time of when he was he had died and then you announced it but regardless now i'm hearing that they're doing is complete autopsy because they're wondering if something is suspicious or not and also doing a toxicology deal yeah you notes weird they haven't caught they haven't said the exact cause of death no foul play really is suspected though you know i mean listen the the corner investigates these kind of deaths where the person who died hadn't been to the doctors and a stick munster year whatever the story is this is that petty was found unconscious is 66 and cardiac arrest at his house he died at the ucla medical center on monday night's so they're going to see what about the toxicology did he have any drugs in his system or not he was a big time smoker big big big time smoker he smoke from the time he was so team but he had gone down to less than a pack a day so he was trying to quit even taking up electric cigarettes which helped his wife quit smoking and he said i've cut way down when he was asked about it but he.

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"ucla medical center" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

Bulletproof Radio

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"ucla medical center" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

"And today's guest is a friend that someone has done a lot of work for me his name is dr berry more gillan and dr barre is a gastroenterology and industry surgeon from ucla medical center and he spent thirty five years in practice very wellcredentialled guy who's travel around the world teaching other doctors how to perform surgery without opening someone up from your naval to sternum instead going in with a little endoscope but that's not what we're going to talk about we are going to talk about the fact that over the last thirty five years he's been traveling to china and learning these amazing chinese energy healing techniques that make him one of twelve living grandmasters of his energy medicine tradition so i'm going to ask berry about that you're going to learn what he's done a for me and in various not exactly a famous guy but he's supported presidents of countries on when twenty robins goes on stage quite often berries been the back of the room helping him out when i had the opportunity to speak on tony's main stage uh people said oh you know burial everyone and on twenty staff loves you bury and cause you've been there are a lot of times and i when i first heard about you from our mutual fringe abraham who is also been bulletproof radio i was just like i can't tell you what he does just he does something interesting and unique and you like him go meet him so we mad and you put cups on beat it all sorts of stuff that really most you silly surgeons don't do that so i off welcome to the show and i want to get into your story thank you thank you very much for.

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"ucla medical center" Discussed on Reveal

Reveal

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"ucla medical center" Discussed on Reveal

"He has aids and lymphoma he sold his farm and moved to la to be closer to the ucla medical center that's how he ended up as a tenant with barracks company as his landlord they call this the burn the title all over looking around the house it doesn't seem like barracks company has done any work to use this the carpets frayed the kitchen linoleum is peeling outside franz from a neighboring palm tree are tangled in the electrical wire xi'an's lease makes fixing that his responsibility and he says he can't afford it sean pays about eighteen hundred dollars a month in rent it's gone up every year since he moved in using your be praise in and rewarded for paying your run on time in not having any problems in all about but said that raged iran punished she basically for being a good tenant he'd like to move but doesn't have the money meantime his pantry is stocked with campbell soup in jiffy peanut butter donated from the local food bank after four rounds of chemo schanz doctors have told him he probably only has a few months left on a beyond helping at this point i'm just countries i sent me on my way to basically die so that's what i'm doing now i'm were sitting here watching me die an a sound so macabre but it's true at and sean is expecting another red increase when his lease runs out in august.

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"ucla medical center" Discussed on WINS 1010

WINS 1010

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"ucla medical center" Discussed on WINS 1010

"Time twelve thirty three cbs start the week of big big left a man with a plan the cut through beauty comedy star so what's the plan chief i keep kkob chievo discovers it ain't easy being dad who remember those taken movies that's what happens when you give you daughter freedom one two three times they could take although i can't help it if people are drawn to me spin easy i have in this germany man with a cbs monday or stream it live or on demand cbs thursday don't miss the emi winning amazing race with the thing is twist ever these contestants are racing around the world is going to be awesome with a total stranger they just met are you we are the nights oddball are promising here now they're on the adventure of a life to meet you play lease out can you tell amazing race cbs thursday or stream it live or on demand wins news time twelve thirty four if your doctor refuses to shake your hand mount don't be offended mds at ucla medical center have started a unique programme they call the handshake freezone to discourage handshakes for staff who work in the neonatal intensive care unit that's where the hospital treat some of its most vulnerable patients hospital quiet infections kill some eighty thousand patients a year in the us and doctors blamed people's hands for much of it their coated with germans we pick up from all the services we touch during the campaign.

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