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Undocumented People With No Health Insurance Struggle Especially Hard From COVID-19

All Things Considered

03:49 min | 11 months ago

Undocumented People With No Health Insurance Struggle Especially Hard From COVID-19

"People who contract code 19 can spend months trying to get better. That struggle is especially hard for one group. That's a high risk of getting the virus undocumented people who don't have health insurance. NPR's Joseph Shapiro has one family's story. Laundries. Father got covert 19 in early August. He came home from a Chicago hospital. So what was that? Like the day he came home? Oh, my God, who are also have beat everybody in the hospital was like he was a But today there was no more hope for him. Where, like All my God, I don't know where leg thing guy. He's still here with us. Her father Jose spent three months in the hospital. Jose he's from Mexico is an undocumented immigrant. That's why we agreed to use just first names. He was in the I C U then in the rehab wing. Now he's home, but with long term maybe lifelong disabilities. Across the country. Latinos are hospitalized for Kobe and almost five times the rates of white people who aren't Latino. It's hard to count how many undocumented immigrants get cove it, but they're at high risk. Often they don't have health insurance. They may live in crowded homes and work in dangerous jobs in nursing homes, food plants or, like Jose in restaurants. And I see you have something on your neck. Were you on a ventilator? Yes, I spoke to Jose on a video call. He's propped up on pillows in bed. He shows the white bandage that covers the spot where a surgeon cut a sweat into his neck. To insert it, too. For the ventilator, only the Honda. Then Jose pulls up his dark blue polo shirt to show the tube to a stomach. Holland removes the phone Cameron to show it. Yes, I'm feeling to have a feeding too. That's how he's still getting fed. He hopes the tube will come out soon in. Maybe this week. Yeah. Let's take it out. Ah, staff at the hospital taught Jose's wife how to use a syringe toe push the nutrients through that feeding tube and howto work a portable ventilator. When he first came home, he still needed that ventilator to breathe. Jose has no health insurance. Some nurses come by and check on him from time to time. Still, the vast majority of Jose's Karen home, including some pretty high level medical care falls to the family. That's appalling toe. I eat Aguila cello. She's a research professor who studies healthcare disparities at Northwestern University's Medical School in Chicago. This require more specialized business, the nurse to come and take care of this gentleman at home rather than two. Let the wife and other members of the family to take care of the care That's not acceptable, for sure, not acceptable. But Bob Shaye, who started a nonprofit devices for the disabled, says it's typical. We see them all week every week now. Where people are getting discharged with scarred lungs damaged heart complete loss of mobility, neurological issues, they're still significantly limited. Then it's just up to the family does somehow figured out from there for Jose Shay's group donated a wheelchair. Ah hospital bed and other medical equipment, things that can cause thousands of dollars, especially if you don't have health insurance. Jose would like to go back to working in a restaurant. But his old job is gone. Maybe no more. And first he's got months and months, maybe longer to recover. There's an advantage to living in his multi generational family. His older Children are working for now they're paying the rent, and they're buying his medicine.

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20 Minutes About Traditional Chinese Medicine

20 Minute Fitness

05:16 min | 1 year ago

20 Minutes About Traditional Chinese Medicine

"Hey, Marcus welcome to the show Tame Martin well I have to say I've been really looking forward to it because we've known each other now for well over a decade and while you had taken quite an interesting path of going real deep into Chinese Madison starting and you know actively practicing this while ancient on over in Europe and anyways I've been really wanting to do this show on Chinese medicine because over the past few months we've covered quite A few interesting topics you on the podcast about the microbiome new tropics, cavalry metabolic health, and so forth. NFL Lot of the conclusions that we're drawing in our recent age seem to have actually been practiced for thousands of years in Chinese medicine, and that brought me back to you. But before we go deep into this topic, why don't you first tell us a little bit about how he got into Chinese medicine in the first place? Yes. Sure. So Basketball and tennis when I was a kid a teenager and frequent injuries and went to all the doctors a bunch of Western medicine treatments that didn't quite help and then I ended guy practicing Japanese acupuncture. So they just using really really thin fine needles that you almost don't feel and I remember going up to his office and could barely. Account on her car is my Nieto's started so bad at its second cute rain in them and then, and then you just put a bunch of needles somewhere. I hopped off his bench. Like if nothing was. Like nothing was wrong and I remember it took forever to get up the stairs there and all that just up down. was made quite an impact on me re that that was like immediate immediate. That must have left an impression and you tried like well, traditional. Western. Medicine to treat your knee at that time just conventional stuff your painkillers, etc.. Physiotherapy all the things that they give you go talk none of them were orthopedic specialist none of that worked now, not only for some things that works and then and then this guy is. By. The way you play affected. Enough such bad acne base and your low energy levels and that you'll always cold that is just the branch of the same route. So it's all it all kind of linked together with the same root cause and. Then, he gave me a bunch of herbs in two months later up in this really cystic acne was really bad doing a lot of western medicine things that it took quite a toll my health to at the time 'cause. He's injections or quiet. They're messing with your system out there drying you out your spacious clans and older glance pretty much everywhere, and so there's a lot of side effects and he gave me a bunch of herbs so to Vivian Natural Dumb. That made my help me keep my back in away and made my Kimble's significantly reduce and so. That's what hooked, and then I always wanted to become a doctor. So I had a high school degree. So I got a scholarship and the fine print scholarship that I could pretty much use it anywhere and so was thinking, do I go to the United States in Germany? China. Server. Since then you know I was interested in Chinese medicine also and and that's actually where we met. Yeah. So I got, you know I had a had a spot at a German university medical school and didn't go and instead you we went to China to be. Teachers for a few months, and while while teaching their inner, we didn't have much to do teaching. So end around I went around there's over four thousand, but they call integrative medicine hospitals. So it's Chinese medicine and Western medicine together combined in different departments. Of course, everybody does what they're good at but are essentially were together and a lot of time on these speak laments in China in one of those muscles and then I signed up at a Chinese university instead of the German one and I study what they call Jewish, Jehovah Chinese, medicine, and Western medicine combined with the focus being on the Chinese medicine side. And I completed that study it's a five year degree mostly in Chinese language. Muslim classes were essentially chinese-language in the beginning it a little bit of English classes in a Western medicine intended teachers kind of because they're English was so bad. In Chinese anyways even though we were like international and that was in. Beijing right. That was on Beijing five years in Beijing, and then I went to Hong Kong for another five years where we met again. At the end, I did my phd in what's called evidence based Chinese medicine over using modern scientific methods like clinical trials, Placebo, controlled randomized control trials, and instead of giving you experts at drunk we're using for example, in ancient acupuncture protocols or in my case was elbow pain it's like a two thousand year old extra puncture point protocol that they've been using since at least two thousand years per elbow pain and re looked at it was the is out son of modern science and understanding how that stuff works but we are playing these ancient principles. The Same WanNa do for you today was these five health tips or twenty twenty TM health. Cultivation, wisdom, that's what they call for staying. Healthy. So I, WanNa give you a few tips and ahead of quotes from the ancient books, and then I also pulled up a few research studies that kind of backup, what they're saying or giving another perspective on it. So we re using these ancient time tested principles, and then we're also looking at them. You know some the lenses of scientific method world of mearns,

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New Cases in China Appear to Be Slowing

First Light

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

New Cases in China Appear to Be Slowing

"Like new virus cases in China have again declined up just three hundred ninety four in the last twenty four hours with another one hundred fourteen people reporting reported to have died from this illness there's been twenty one hundred deaths now in China out of about seventy five thousand cases now the overall spread of the virus appears to be slowing but we are told that the situation remains severe and who bay province and its capital Han where this virus was first detected so we're going to go to Wuhan because a doctor is ang sweetie is a professor emeritus of Wake Forest University medical school in North Carolina he's been in this country for about forty five of his sixty three years at went back home to visit his wife's parents for the judge denied lunar new year celebrations and got stuck there when the lockdown occurred so we want to find out from me he is a doctor and his

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Echoes of History: Mary Edwards Walker & Jessie Benton Fremont

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

04:56 min | 1 year ago

Echoes of History: Mary Edwards Walker & Jessie Benton Fremont

"Today at history past Mondays podcast. That would be yesterday of missing. Mysteries mentioned a female spy working on the Union side during the civil war. Her name was Mary Edward Walker. She was a licensed physician. Who wanted to join the Union forces and work the frontlines as a doctor but she was a woman and so it was turned down determine? She volunteered as a citizen and work the front lines at one point. She crossed the battleline into confederate territory to assist Dr Amputation and was taken in prisoner but considered a spy because he was dressed like a man simply put wearing trousers was her choice of dress. She was traded back to the Union for confederate general. Just before the end of the war after the war she became a writer and lecturer supporting such issues as health. Care Temperance women's rights and dress reform for women. She was frequently arrested for wearing men's clothing and insisted on a right-to-work clothing that she thought was appropriate. She wrote two books discussed women's ride I'd Andress. She replied to criticism of her attire. I don't wear men's clothes. I wear my own clothes. She was also the only woman to to receive the medal of honor. Walker was a member of the central woman. Suffrage Bureau in Washington and solicited funds to endow share for Female Mel Professor at Howard University Medical School. She attempted to register to vote in eighteen seventy one but was turned away initial stance to the movement following. Her lead was to claim that women already had the right to vote and congress needed only to enact enabling legislation upgrade number fruitless years advocating this position the movement promoted the adoption of a constitutional amendment in one thousand nine seven Walker published crowning constitutional argument argument in which she argued that some states as well as a federal constitution had already granted women the right to vote. She testified on on Women's suffrage before committees of the US House of Representatives in nineteen twelve nineteen fourteen. Ironically her death in nineteen nineteen came one year before the passage of the nineteenth amendment to the United States Constitution which granted women the right to vote next on. Our Echo is another a woman mentioned the name Freon and you might say oh. Yeah John C.. freemont explorer. Yeah I know him and you'd be right in eighteen. Fifty fifty six fremont anti-slavery position was instrumental in his being chosen as the first ever Republican candidate for president but John Fremont it didn't really discover anything that hasn't been discovered already but he had a knack for publicity header his wife. Jessie she played an extremely streamline active role in campaigning. Rallying support for husband one particular campaign slogan read Fremont and Jesse to her father other however a life long Democrat refused to endorse her husband's bid for the presidency remember he was running as Republicans she was considered the first lady in the land title. Her admirers continued to use throughout her life. One of the most impressive feats of her political career came shortly after Fremont lost his position during the civil war for issuing his own edict of emancipation similarly free all the slaves and Missouri which antedated gated. Lincoln's own emancipation. Proclamation Jesse actually traveled to Washington and pleaded with Lincoln on behalf of her husband but to no avail after the war they moved to New York and California in the paddock financial panic of eighteen. Seventy three John C.. Freemont who had invested a heavily in railroad stock lost. Everything declared bankruptcy. Undaunted by their financial situation Jesse began writing books to help support the family. I'm late namely a year. American travel narrative of personal experience which was a story of her journey to California in eighteen. Forty nine and souvenirs of my time that was eighteen eighty seven after the death of her husband Congress in recognition of his valued services granted. Jessie a widow's those pension of two thousand dollars a year and eight hundred ninety one. She moved into a home at the corner of twenty eight and Hoover streets in Los Angeles that was presented to her by a committee of ladies of the city as a token of their great regard. Jessie Benton Fremont died at the age of seventy eight at her home in Los Else Angeles. The story has remark on these two women and say they were born out of time in that. If they were alive today they surely would be running for

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STEMinists: Mae Carol Jemison

Encyclopedia Womannica

05:07 min | 2 years ago

STEMinists: Mae Carol Jemison

"To space and she's also a physician volunteer entrepreneur and teacher. Let's talk about the multitalented Mae Carol Jemison they may Carol Jemison was born in Decatur Alabama on October Seventeenth Nineteen fifty-six. She's the youngest of three siblings and she was three her. Her family moved to Chicago. May's parents maintenance worker at an elementary schoolteacher always encouraged her curiosity and desire to be a scientist in one interview may set her parents were the best scientists. She knew because they were always asking questions. mm-hmm. May herself was inquisitive from an early age. She spent much of her time in her school library. Reading about astronomy and other sciences by the time may was in highschool. She'd already decided to pursue a career in biomedical engineering. She received the national achievement scholarship for Stanford University and left home for college when she was just sixteen years old at Stanford may studied chemical engineering and African American can studies she also participated in dance and feeder and served as the head of the universities Black Student Union in one thousand nine hundred seventy seven she completed pleaded her degree at Stanford and enrolled in Cornell University's medical school she studied and worked abroad in Cuba Kenya and Thailand after Cornell now she worked as a general practitioner before serving in the Peace Corps in Sierra Leone and Liberia when may return to the US. She went back to work as a general zero practitioner but it wasn't long before she decided to take a shot at a childhood dream. The space shuttle Challenger's five astronauts sleeping now in nineteen eighty three may watch to sally ride became the first American woman in space but as the Challenger climbed today carried American woman astronaut astronaut Sally Ride into space and into history may was inspired decided to apply to NASA's astronaut program she was selected as one of only fifteen candidates out of more than two thousand applicants may join the Astronaut Corps in nineteen eighty seven and after drew extensive training took her historic flight on September Twelfth Nineteen ninety-two ever lower the locker visors world twelve good luck on conviction that bill on the past x Ray in the visible lending at our planet earth in the neck copies. Thanks on that day. She became the first black woman in space she traveled on the space shuttle. Endeavor or three three two one booster ignition and liftoff of space shuttle Endeavour on twenty-first-century mission placing Earth back on the Mac doc may was the mission specialist of the journey. She conducted bone cell research as well as experiments on weightlessness and motion sickness. The Group of seven seven astronauts took one hundred twenty six orbits around the Earth and the mission lasted eight days after as time and space she left NASA in March of nineteen ninety-three she went on to teach environmental studies at Dartmouth College and founded her own company called the Jemison group you a technology consulting firm that seeks to incorporate solutions to social issues in the design of Engineering and science projects. She's a vocal local advocate for greater inclusion of women and people of Color in stem and she's also an advocate for comprehensive science education for kids. She contributes to efforts provided dance technology to schools worldwide. We all need to be stim- literate just to work our way through the day we need to be stim- litter may has also also taken over leadership of the one hundred year starship program the program which was originally established by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency works to develop means for traveling beyond the solar system within the next one hundred years. It's aims to benefit many people on Earth as possible along the way in case. You weren't impressed enough already a leave you with some parting fun facts about the Amazing Mae Carol Jemison final frontier she she speaks three languages other than her native English Japanese Russian and Spike Ely voyages of starship enterprise. She also appeared appeared on Star Trek the next generation making her the first real space goer to play a character on the iconic show boldly go where no man has gone before. You're all science. All space exploration everything we do in the world is about imagination in using your creativity to expand beyond your the Obama join us next time for the story of another

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Texas Tech's School Of Medicine To Stop Considering Race In Admissions

NPR's Business Story of the Day

04:11 min | 2 years ago

Texas Tech's School Of Medicine To Stop Considering Race In Admissions

"Support for NPR comes from investor dot gov. Presenting this message when it comes to investing. We all have questions and investor dot gov has answers, it's your free resource for tools. Tips and information about investing before you invest investor dot gov. Okay. The Trump administration has ordered the medical school at Texas Tech university to stop using race as a factor in admissions. And now one question is whether this case has broader implications for -firmative action in this country. This is the first time the administration has made this kind of a demand of a school. It comes after a fourteen year. Federal federal investigation of Texas Tech's use of affirmative action, Michelle hack, Ben covers national education policy for the Wall Street Journal, and she had access to some of the documents detailing an agreement between the university's medical school and the department of education, thanks for coming in days for having me. So what exactly did the administration conclude here that has the making this demand? So there are two requirements if you wanna use affirmative action. The first one is that your use of race when you're picking, you know, students in admissions is that it's very narrowly used it's one factor in many and the other is that you do regular checks in colleges. Most colleges have interpreted this to mean annual checks that race is really a factor. That's uniquely helpful in sort of achieving the type of diversity that you wanna campus that you can't use race neutral factors like, you know, a person's income whether someone's bilingual things like that. And they found the Texas Tech the the medical school had not been doing these annual checks. And so it was unclear whether their use of race was really necessary the way that they're seeing it was. So what happens now is the school basically saying, yes, we weren't doing these checks where wrong, and we're going to cooperate and stop using raise. That's right. So what they signed with the education apartment is called a resolution agreement where they say we agree to stop using race to come into compliance with your view of anti-discrimination law. Now, I think what's remarkable about that. Is that the education department sort of you know, their enforcement was that they wanted the school to immediately stop using race rather than sort of conduct the analysis that they hadn't done remind me of the broader context here. I mean hasn't the supreme court ruled several times schools can use a -firmative action if they want diversity. So why do these legal challenges keep having so proponents of affirmative action woods? Say that they'd say this court has said several times that race permissible that it's imported in fact, if you wanna be able to achieve diversity, but in the twenty sixteen case, so this was first Fisher versus the university of Texas. The decisions would have left an opening for legal challenges. They said you have to do these sort of regular checks to make sure it's still necessary. And the we've seen the Trump administration really lean into that and say, we want this to be as nearly tailored as possible last July. They actually you've rolled back this guidance. That was almost like a roadmap that the Obama administration had created to say, here's how you can use affirmative action legally. So the Trump administration took that away sort of signaling that they were going to go ahead and try to enforce. Affirmative act. You know, not using affirmative action as strongly as they possibly could blow on the the administration is is investigating policies at at other places like Harvard Yale could this be the administration just getting started here. So I think the specifics of this case are unique to the Texas Tech health sciences center. That's the you know, the larger school with medical schools housed. But the administration does have, you know, a civil rights investigations open at Harvard at Yale over their use of -firmative action. Those cases specifically looking at Asian American students. And so it's a question whether we'll see them continuing to enforce this really strict narrow view of affirmative action at those schools or possibly other schools where they could open investigations, I think it puts those schools on notice. Michelle Hackman covers national education policy at the Wall Street Journal. Thanks a lot. Thank you.

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"university medical school" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

True Crime Brewery

02:56 min | 3 years ago

"university medical school" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

"It was it was a big thing with him strove to be the best, whatever the absolutely and we could debate the motivations there, but that's definitely a characteristic that everyone could agree on for sure. Therefore. So while Jeff was attending Princeton and Colette had entered Skidmore college, they resume their romantic relationship. This had been on. On hold for a while in their high school days, but the got back together. So in nineteen sixty three, two years into college Colette became pregnant and she and Jeffrey decided to get married. So in April nineteen sixty four. Their first child Kimberly was born and collect, became a fulltime mother. Well, Geoffrey continued his education. So after three years at Princeton, McDonald was accepted at Northwestern University medical school, and that's when they moved to Chicago. Their second daughter, Kristin was born in may of nineteen sixty seven in nineteen sixty eight MacDonald graduated for med school. He didn't internship at the Columbia Presbyterian medical center in New York, and then he joined the army in July of nineteen sixty nine. That's when the family moved to Fort Bragg, North Carolina, where he was given the rank of captain and they lived on the base. So all this wasn't enough. He also. Joined the green berets and was assigned to the six special forces group as group searching. So it wasn't enough just to be kept in the army. He had to be a green beret. This guy graduated college in three years. I think that's pretty impressive, particularly for an Ivy league school. Yeah, it is impressed graduated early blue through med school pretty easily is your of internship. He was a star think he was voted the intern of the year, something like that. Right, right. Amazing. Sure. Plus easy. Now, relatively handsome, charming, charismatic. He really seemed to have everything going for him. He sure did. So Colette was busy being a mother, but she had plans to return to college and become a teacher. She announced to friends during Christmas nineteen sixty nine. The Jeff wouldn't be going to Vietnam. He was actually disappointed that he wasn't going to Vietnam. He spent a lot of. Time away from home, taking on extra responsibilities and other jobs whenever he could. So it would come to light later that he was unfaithful to co latte with several different women throughout their marriage. He was pretty much a serial philanderer butts of women, the women, and that to me shows a real personality weakness like you need constant validation. You're right. That's my take on. So, okay, the evening, the murders in McDonald's version began.

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"university medical school" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

03:04 min | 3 years ago

"university medical school" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Those with unwanted homosexuality or transgenderism whether behavior thoughts identity or attractions would be vulnerable to a lawsuit okay what this bill is about is it uses the state's consumer fraud statute to penalize free speech and freedom of conscience on the issue of homosexuality and gender identity in other words i have spoken harshly and i will agree that it's harsh and i don't mean to be harsher disrespectful of any individuals i've had the opportunity in the last few years to meet a number of transgendered people were lovely nice people but i believe that that our society is wildly overselling transgenderism and the idea that somehow you have to be compelled to change every social structure including the most precious of all social structures in the united states professional sports to accommodate transgendered individuals it seems to me is is fallacious and it's wrong and it also seems to me that some of those psychiatrists including dr starts with an m he was a former dean of the johns hopkins university medical school which is one of the finest medical schools in the world who says that basically treating transgenderism is something that can be quote cured or salt or dealt with or regularized through some kinds of surgery or hormone injections is bad medicine and it's misleading people now he could be penalized under this law if he tries to transmit those ideas via a book or an article or a radio broadcast thank goodness this is not the law now or i don't know what what all of our california affiliates and we do have a bunch of them would have to do about getting the word out the the alliance defending freedom which i'm very proud to be associated with i just did a an interview that that turned out great i mean the way that they edited the interview and worked with it it's an interview for alliance defending freedom about my favorite subject last couple of years which is providence in american history the idea that america's no accident that the path that we are going down as a nation has a purpose and direction to it and always has in any event alliance defending freedom analyze the legislation they have determined that the bill could restrict christian counselors bookstores including.

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"university medical school" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

03:27 min | 3 years ago

"university medical school" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Truth offers help for those with unwanted homosexuality or transgenderism whether behavior thoughts identity or attractions would be vulnerable to a lawsuit okay what this bill is about is it uses the state's consumer fraud statute to penalize free speech and freedom of conscience on the issue of homosexuality and gender identity in other words i have spoken harshly and i will agree that it's harsh and i don't mean to be harsh or disrespectful of any individuals i've had the opportunity in the last few years to meet a number of transgendered people who were lovely nice people but i believe that that our society is wildly overselling transgenderism and the idea that somehow you have to be compelled to change every social structure including the most precious of all social structures in the united states professional sports to accommodate transgendered individuals it seems to me is is fallacious and it's wrong and it also seems to me that some of those psychiatrists including doctor it starts with an m he was a former dean of the johns hopkins university medical school which is one of the finest medical schools in the world who says that basically treating transgenderism is something that can be quote cured or salt or dealt with or regularized through some kinds of surgery or hormone injections is bad medicine and it's misleading people now he could be penalized under this law if he tries to transmit those ideas via a book or an article or a radio broadcast thank goodness this is not the law now or i don't know what what all of our california affiliates and we do have a bunch of them would have to do about getting the word out alliance defending freedom is analyzed the legislation they have determined that the bill could restrict christian counselors bookstores including online bookstores provided by christian organizations church conferences medical and healthcare professionals of course and christian schools and colleges if somebody comes to you as a health care professional and says i would like to overcome my homosexual urges or i am thinking i might have a transgendered impulsive and i want to overcome it what what this law would do would be to forbid any counselor from actually saying okay i'll help you go in the direction you want seems to me that's wrong and look this is also i hate to say it it is a a.

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"university medical school" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

03:25 min | 3 years ago

"university medical school" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"Truth offers help for those with unwanted homosexuality or transgenderism whether behavior thoughts identity are attractions would be vulnerable to a lawsuit okay what this bill is about is it uses the state's consumer fraud statute to penalize free speech and freedom of conscience on the issue of homosexuality and gender identity in other words i have spoken harshly and i will agree that it's harsh and i don't mean to be harsh or disrespectful of any individuals i've had the opportunity in the last few years to meet a number of transgendered people who are lovely nice people but i believe that that our society is wildly overselling transgenderism and the idea that somehow you have to be compelled to change every social structure including the most precious of all social structures in the united states professional sports to accommodate transgendered individuals it seems to me is is fallacious and it's wrong and it also seems to me that some of those psychiatrists including dr starts with an m he was a former dean of the johns hopkins university medical school which is one of the finest medical schools in the world who says that basically treating transgenderism is something that can be quote cured or salt or dealt with or regularized through some kinds of surgery or hormone injections is bad medicine and it's misleading people now he could be penalized under this law if he tries to transmit those ideas via a book or an article or a radio broadcast thank goodness this is not the law now or i don't know what what all of our california affiliates and we do have a bunch of them would have to do about getting the word out alliance defending freedom is analyzed the legislation they have determined that the bill could restrict christian counselors bookstores including online bookstores provided by christian organizations church conferences medical and healthcare professionals of course and christian schools and colleges if somebody comes to you as a healthcare professional and says i would like to overcome my homosexual urges or i am thinking i might have a transgendered impulse and i went to overcome it what what this law would do would be to forbid any counselor from actually saying okay i'll help you go in the direction you want seems to me that's wrong and look this is also i hate to say it it is a a.

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"university medical school" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

03:27 min | 3 years ago

"university medical school" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Truth offers help for those with unwanted homosexuality or transgenderism whether behavior thoughts identity are attractions would be vulnerable to a lawsuit okay what this bill is about is it uses the state's consumer fraud statute to penalize free speech and freedom of conscience on the issue of homosexuality and gender identity in other words i have spoken harshly and i will agree that it's harsh and i don't mean to be harsh or disrespectful of any individuals i've had the opportunity in the last few years to meet a number of transgendered people were lovely nice people but i believe that that our society is wildly overselling transgenderism and the idea that somehow you have to be compelled to change every social structure including the most precious of all social structures in the united states professional sports to accommodate transgendered individuals it seems to me is is fallacious in it's wrong and i it also seems to me that some of those psychiatrists including dr starts with an m he was a former dean of the johns hopkins university medical school which is one of the finest medical schools in the world who says that basically treating transgenderism is something that can be quote cured or salt or dealt with or regularized through some kinds of surgery or hormone injections is bad medicine and it's misleading people now he could be penalized under this law if he tries to transmit those ideas via a book or an article or a radio broadcast thank goodness this is not the law now or i don't know what what all of our california affiliates and we do have a bunch of them would have to do about getting the word out alliance defending freedom is analyzed the legislation they have determined that the bill could restrict christian counselors bookstores including online bookstores provided by christian organizations church conferences medical and healthcare professionals of course and christian schools and colleges if somebody comes to you as a healthcare professional and says i would like to overcome my homosexual urges or i am thinking i might have a transgendered implants and i want to overcome it what what this law would do would be to forbid any counselor from actually saying okay i'll help you go in the direction you want seems to me that's wrong and look this is also i hate to say it it is a a.

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"university medical school" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

03:27 min | 3 years ago

"university medical school" Discussed on WGTK

"Truth offers help for those with unwanted homosexuality or transgenderism whether behavior thoughts identity are attractions would be vulnerable to a lawsuit okay what this bill is about is it uses the state's consumer fraud statute to penalize free speech and freedom of conscience on the issue of homosexuality and gender identity in other words i have spoken harshly and i will agree that it's harsh and i don't mean to be harsh or disrespectful of any individuals i've had the opportunity in the last few years to meet a number of transgendered people were lovely nice people but i believe that our society is wildly overselling transgenderism and the idea that somehow you have to be compelled to change every social structure including the most precious of all social structures in the united states professional sports to accommodate transgendered individuals it seems to me is is fallacious and it's wrong and it also seems to me that some of those psychiatrists including dr starts with an m he was a former dean of the johns hopkins university medical school which is one of the finest medical schools in the world who says that basically treating transgenderism is something that can be quote cured or salt or dealt with or regularized through some kinds of surgery or hormone injections is bad medicine and it's misleading people now he could be penalized under this law if he tries to transmit those ideas via a book or an article or a radio broadcast thank goodness this is not the law now or i don't know what what all of our california affiliates and we do have a bunch of them would have to do about getting the word out alliance defending freedom analyzed the legislation they have determined that the bill could restrict christian counselors bookstores including online bookstores provided by christian organizations church conferences medical and healthcare professionals of course and christian schools and colleges if somebody comes to you as a health care professional and says i would like to overcome my homosexual urges or i am thinking i might have a transgendered implants and i want to overcome it what what this law would do would be to forbid any counselor from actually saying okay i'll help you go in the direction you want teams to me that's wrong and look this is also i hate to say it it is a.

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"university medical school" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

03:04 min | 3 years ago

"university medical school" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Those with unwanted homosexuality or transgenderism whether behavior thoughts identity are attractions would be vulnerable to a lawsuit okay what this bill is about is it uses the state's consumer fraud statute to penalize free speech and freedom of conscience on the issue of homosexuality and gender identity in other words i have spoken harshly and i will agree that it's harsh and i don't mean to be harsher disrespectful of any individuals i've had the opportunity in the last few years to meet a number of transgendered people were lovely nice people but i believe that that our society is wildly overselling transgenderism and the idea that somehow you have to be compelled to change every social structure including the most precious of all social structures in the united states professional sports to accommodate transgendered individuals it seems to me is is fallacious and it's wrong and it also seems to me that some of those psychiatrists including dr starts with an m he was a former dean of the johns hopkins university medical school which is one of the finest medical schools in the world who says that basically treating transgenderism is something that can be quote cured or salt or dealt with or regularized through some kinds of surgery or hormone injections is bad medicine and it's misleading people now he could be penalized under this law if he tries to transmit those ideas via a book or an article or a radio broadcast thank goodness this is not the law now or i don't know what what all of our california affiliates and we do have a bunch of them would have to do about getting the word out the the alliance defending freedom which i'm very proud to be associated with i just did a an interview that that turned out great i mean the way that they edited the interview and and worked with it it's an interview for a lines defending freedom about my favorite subject last couple of years which is providence in american history the idea that america's no accident that the path that we are going down as a nation has a purpose and direction to it and always has in any event lines defending freedom is analyze the legislation they have determined that the bill could restrict christian counselors bookstores including online.

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"university medical school" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

03:27 min | 3 years ago

"university medical school" Discussed on WGTK

"Truth offers help for those with unwanted homosexuality or transgenderism whether behavior thoughts identity or attractions would be vulnerable to a lawsuit okay what this bill is about is it uses the state's consumer fraud statute to penalize free speech and freedom of conscience on the issue of homosexuality and gender identity in other words i have spoken harshly and i will agree that it's harsh and i don't mean to be harsher disrespectful of any individuals i've had the opportunity in the last few years to meet a number of transgendered people were lovely nice people but i believe that our society is wildly overselling transgenderism and the idea that somehow you have to be compelled to change every social structure including the most precious of all social structures in the united states professional sports to accommodate transgendered individuals it seems to me is is fallacious and it's wrong and it also seems to me that some of those psychiatrists including dr starts with an m he was a former dean of the johns hopkins university medical school which is one of the finest medical schools in the world who says that basically treating transgenderism is something that can be quote cured or salt or dealt with or regularized through some kinds of surgery or hormone injections is bad medicine and it's misleading people now he could be penalized under this law if he tries to transmit those ideas via a book or an article or a radio broadcast thank goodness this is not the law now or i don't know what what all of our california affiliates and we do have a bunch of them would have to do about getting the word out lines defending freedom is analyze the legislation they have determined that the bill could restrict christian counselors bookstores including online bookstores provided by christian organizations church conferences medical and healthcare professionals of course and christian schools and colleges if somebody comes to you as a health care professional and says i would like to overcome my homosexual urges or i am thinking i might have a transgendered employs and i want to overcome it what this law would do would be to forbid any counselor from actually saying okay i'll help you go in the direction you want seems to me that's wrong and look this is also i hate to say it it is a.

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"university medical school" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

03:06 min | 3 years ago

"university medical school" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Those with unwanted homosexuality or transgenderism whether behavior thoughts identity or attractions would be vulnerable to a lawsuit okay what this bill is about is it uses the state's consumer fraud statute to penalize free speech and freedom of conscience on the issue of homosexuality and gender identity in other words i have spoken harshly and i will agree that it's harsh and i don't mean to be harsh or disrespectful of any individuals i've had the opportunity in the last few years to meet a number of transgendered people were lovely nice people but i believe that that our society is wildly overselling transgenderism and the idea that somehow you have to be compelled to change every social structure including the most precious of all social structures in the united states professional sports to accommodate transgendered individuals it seems to me is is fallacious and it's wrong and it also seems to me that some of those psychiatrists including dr starts with an m he was a former dean of the johns hopkins university medical school which is one of the finest medical schools in the world who says that basically treating transgenderism is something that can be quote cured or salt or dealt with or regularized through some kinds of surgery or hormone injections is bad medicine and it's misleading people now he could be penalized under this law if he tries to transmit those ideas via a book or an article or a radio broadcast thank goodness this is not the law now or i don't know what what all of our california affiliates and we do have a bunch of them would have to do about getting the word out the the alliance defending freedom which i'm very proud to be associated with i just did a an interview that that turned out great i mean the way that they edited the interview and worked with it it's an interview for alliance defending freedom about my favorite subject last couple of years which is providence in american history the idea that america's no accident that the path that we are going down as a nation has a purpose and a direction to it and always has in any event alliance defending freedom is analyzed the legislation they have determined that the bill could restrict christian counselors bookstores including online bookstores.

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"university medical school" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

03:05 min | 3 years ago

"university medical school" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Those with unwanted homosexuality or transgenderism whether behavior thoughts identity or attractions would be vulnerable to a lawsuit okay what this bill is about is it uses the state's consumer fraud statute to penalize free speech and freedom of conscience on the issue of homosexuality and gender identity in other words i have spoken harshly and i will agree that it's harsh and i don't mean to be harsher disrespectful of any individuals i've had the opportunity in the last few years to meet a number of transgendered people were lovely nice people but i believe that our society is wildly overselling transgenderism and the idea that somehow you have to be compelled to change every social structure including the most precious of all social structures in the united states professional sports to accommodate transgendered individuals it seems to me is is fallacious and it's wrong and it also seems to me that some of those psychiatrists including dr starts with an m he was a former dean of the johns hopkins university medical school which is one of the finest medical schools in the world who says that basically treating transgenderism is something that can be quote cured or salt or dealt with or regularized through some kinds of surgery or hormone injections is bad medicine and it's misleading people now he could be penalized under this law if he tries to transmit those ideas via a book or an article or a radio broadcast thank goodness this is not the law now or i don't know what what all of our california affiliates and we do have a bunch of them would have to do about getting the word out the the alliance defending freedom which i'm very proud to be associated with i just did a an interview that that turned out great i mean the way that they edited the interview and worked with it it's an interview for alliance defending freedom about my favorite subject last couple of years which is providence in american history the idea that america's no accident that the path that we are going down as a nation has a purpose in a direction to it and always has in any event lines defending freedom analyze the legislation they have determined that the bill could restrict christian counselors bookstores including online.

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"university medical school" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

03:04 min | 3 years ago

"university medical school" Discussed on WGTK

"Those with unwanted homosexuality or transgenderism whether behavior thoughts density or attractions would be vulnerable to a lawsuit okay what this bill is about is it uses the state's consumer fraud statute to penalize free speech and freedom of conscience on the issue of homosexuality and gender identity in other words i have spoken harshly and i will agree that it's harsh and i don't mean to be harsher disrespectful of any individuals i've had the opportunity in the last few years to meet a number of transgendered people were lovely nice people but i believe that that our society is wildly overselling transgenderism and the idea that somehow you have to be compelled to change every social structure including the most precious of all social structures in the united states professional sports to accommodate transgendered individuals it seems to me is is fallacious and it's wrong and it also seems to me that some of those psychiatrists including dr starts with an m he was a former dean of the johns hopkins university medical school which is one of the finest medical schools in the world who says that basically treating transgenderism is something that can be quote cured or salt or dealt with or regularized through some kinds of surgery or hormone injections is bad medicine and it's misleading people now he could be penalized under this law if he tries to transmit those ideas via a book or an article or a radio broadcast thank goodness this is not the law now or i don't know what what all of our california affiliates and we do have a bunch of them would have to do about getting the word out the the alliance defending freedom which i'm very proud to be associated with i just did a an interview that that turned out great i mean the way that they edited the interview and worked with it it's an interview for alliance defending freedom about my favorite subject last couple of years which is providence in american history the idea that america's no accident that the path that we are going down as a nation has a purpose and a direction to it and always has in any event lines defending freedom is analyze the legislation they have determined that the bill could restrict christian counselors bookstores including.

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"university medical school" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

03:06 min | 3 years ago

"university medical school" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Those with unwanted homosexuality or transgenderism whether behavior thoughts identity or attractions would be vulnerable to a lawsuit okay what this bill is about is it uses the state's consumer fraud statute to penalize free speech and freedom of conscience on the issue of homosexuality and gender identity in other words i have spoken harshly and i will agree that it's harsh and i don't mean to be harsh or disrespectful of any individuals i've had the opportunity in the last few years to meet a number of transgendered people were lovely nice people but i believe that our society is wildly overselling transgenderism and the idea that somehow you have to be compelled to change every social structure including the most precious of all social structures in the united states professional sports to accommodate transgendered individuals it seems to me is is fallacious and it's wrong and it also seems to me that some of those psychiatrists including dr starts with an m he was a former dean of the johns hopkins university medical school which is one of the finest medical schools in the world who says that basically treating transgenderism is something that can be quote cured or salt or dealt with or regularized through some kinds of surgery or hormone injections is bad medicine and it's misleading people now he could be penalized under this law if he tries to transmit those ideas via a book or an article or a radio broadcast thank goodness this is not the law now or i don't know what what all of our california affiliates and we do have a bunch of them would have to do about getting the word out the the alliance defending freedom which i'm very proud to be associated with i just did a an interview that that turned out great i mean the way that they edited the interview and worked with it it's an interview for alliance defending freedom about my favorite subject last couple of years which is providence in american history the idea that america's no accident that the path that we are going down as a nation has a purpose and a direction to it and always has in any event lines defending freedom is analyzed the legislation they have determined that the bill could restrict christian counselors bookstores including online bookstores.

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Bad news for night owls: Late risers may die sooner, study finds

Gary and Shannon

01:41 min | 3 years ago

Bad news for night owls: Late risers may die sooner, study finds

"Say the rules put in place this year would keep journalists from fully reporting on lethal injection procedures the lawsuit filed in federal court in san francisco says the execution chamber at san quentin leaves critical steps in the procedure out of public view the state is trying to resume executions for the first time since oh six aaron bender kfi news a jury has ordered rite aid to pay six million bucks to a woman from covina who used to work for the drugstore chain the jury found ride wrongfully fired the woman in two thousand seven after she had complained about harassment by supervisor the woman was a pharmacy tech and had worked for writing for twenty three years since she was a teenager a new study from northwestern university's medical school says night owls have a higher risk of dying sooner than morning people kristen connection is the study's lead author we found that people who felt they were night owls had a ten percent increase risk of dying over about a six and a half year period compared to people who felt they were mourning type suggest night owls gradually go to bed earlier and really avoid light at night as well i feel a little attacked traffic now from your helpful socal honda traffic center a crash of pomona on the ten that's going to be on the eastbound side at indian hill boulevard where the far right lane is taken away traffic really heavy coming away from the fifty seven freeway picking the right into pomona eastbound side of the sixty at central avenue into chino he's done sixty central avenue looks like an earlier stall big rig is being clear from the right lane but things remain pretty slow from the seventy one getting into long beach eastbound set at ninety one just beyond paramount earlier cal trans work has wrapped up you're still seeing a backup coming away from wilmington avenue and getting through downtown eastbound side of the ten at the one ten freeway the stall big rig is taken away the right two lanes traffic overall pretty heavy coming away from robertson.

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Financial loss may lead to an early death, study suggests

America Tonight with Kate Delaney

00:32 sec | 3 years ago

Financial loss may lead to an early death, study suggests

"A big financial loss for new study says that could take years off your life middle aged americans who went through a sudden economic blow are more likely to die during the following years than those who didn't about one in four people in the study from northwestern university medical school faced what researchers dubbed wealth shock or a loss of seventy five percent or more a net worth over two years after analyzing two decades of data on nearly nine thousand people and controlling for other health risks they found suffering a big financial loss was tied.

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"university medical school" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"university medical school" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"We started to see you know the the ramifications of alzheimer's true it is more in the senior population although sixty five is in the upper limit of middle age however there are some people with early onset alzheimer's we're not talking about those yes we could test them earlier if we want but they believe that the deposition they start ten years prior it could start earlier but if the deposition starts earlier in your really seeing the manifestations of it we could cut that loss now i've appro fin taking that daily is very risky the cause gastric upset gi upset it could cause alzheimer's can cause increased bleeding it could cause kidney disease a lot of kidney disease kidneys do not like ibuprofen because heart disease heart failure so taking on a regular basis on a daily basis has never been recommended no doctor wants to recommend that so now we medical providers we go you know we don't we don't make fun of kidney doctors as much as we should i didn't think about that we really don't you wanna know why we don't make fun of the kidney doctors make we make fun of the urologists because the urologists are the ones that are the experts on the penis and the prostate the bladder and you re threat and and so we we make fun of them a lot but the kidney doctors the nephrologist handsoff come to think of it one is what they do is kind of boring i mean the eerily can't you don't have a lot of material to the majority of us don't really know what the hell they do i mean the kidneys are pretty rough they're pretty fancy schmancy we really don't understand the kidney stuff which leads us to number three we really respect anybody who does kidneys are tough you know i teach at university medical school and we were dividing up units for who to teach what to the students so of.

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"university medical school" Discussed on The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

05:02 min | 3 years ago

"university medical school" Discussed on The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

"And that profoundly influenced my interest in spirituality also interested in what the world can be now just a few days ago i was on maui with my beloved wife trudy and we were visiting spending time with rondo us who for listeners that don't know was the author of this bestseller in the sixties called be here now is now he's eighty six in a wheelchair but does who'd been at harvard university and was one of the early explorers of lsd before he went to india and became a spiritual teacher in the living room while we were there two days ago roland fisher who is one of the senior professors in psychopharmacologists at johns hopkins university medical school rolling rolling rolling griffis rather than roland scoops growing griffiths and roland laid out all the research that's happening now on scylla side and that he's been doing and its success for people terminal cancer patients all losing a great deal of their the fears that they had working with people with severe depression and it was a beautiful session because you could hear how these sacred substances and these mind altering substances when they're used in the right context can really transform human beings and nyu johns hopkins there's a whole series of studies that are happening now that are finally bringing it back into the mainstream i'd love to underscore just a few things that you mentioned number one rum dos for those people who want to do additional reading formerly known as richard alpert if i'm getting that right also has a fascinating story coming full circle with psychedelic research beginning i guess at harvard in some respects us it makes sense to me why rowling's research would be so meaningful to him and a number of other just just quick comments for people number one is if you're interested in in looking into these soul simon which is considered the active psychoactive ingredient in magic mushrooms at johns hopkins and elsewhere i've actually been involved with crowdfunding in funding myself some of the research related to treatment resistant depression at johns hopkins with rolling griffiths says the senior investigator and i'll be posting some updates to that but fascinating work looking at everything from and this is also as you mentioned nyu and at other very well regarded universities alcohol addiction nicotine slash tobacco diction as you mentioned end of life anxiety in cancer patients the implications are are really profound and the data very very promising and i wanted to also mention to folks who are perhaps saying themselves while i'm not interested in taking solid psychedelics myself that there are people i know good friends of mine who do not currently use psychedelics but had the ego dissolving experience of non ordinary reality through psychedelics that then led them to become or contributed to them becoming very very diligent meditators and sam harris who's a phd neuroscience and thought of very well known as in an atheist or you know what are the four horsemen of the eighth east apocalypse with richard dawkins and others is a very close friend and extremely diligent meditative and he's he's written about how his psychedelic experiences which were in some respects very some of them uncontrolled and you really have a coin flip their terms of which direction you can go but showed him possibilities within his own mind that then led to a very very i'm not gonna call a devout although i should just above diligent practice so i don't wanna take us too far off the rails but you go to southeast asia well i went to say one more we move on because we are talking about this it turns out for those who are listening that sat and setting an intention or extremely important if one uses these you know psychedelics suicide or something to set the intention to learn to open to have a quiet it's not not as a party experience.

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"university medical school" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"university medical school" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"The steelers he's amazing now i understand his argument his argument is i should be the highest paid period as you say as name rent other labianca okayed like for him pushing back i can get a but if i'm kirk cousin than on the eighteen th best quarterback but could for a year can get paid like the third don't be offended by that that that's not the way the world works the 18 best anything doesn't get the third best salary thirty four and a half million for kirk cousins that is a car and finally it's time for the real deal brought to you by crowe's junior and parties fivedollar allstar meals and today's real deal is kansas city chiefs at as i'm not going to his name yet he is eight kansas city chiefs lineman he is we right guard and he plans to become the first nfl player to be a physician on the field he has a bent he will take his medical exam this coming may he studied for seven years at mcgill university medical school in montreal and he would like to add m d to his jersey and he's already been in talks with the nfl to add empty here's the kicker his name is already and i know i'm going to pronounce this incorrectly so i'm sorry about that laurente do vernay tartus and anyone said envy so i don't know if there is even enough space on that day.

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"university medical school" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:45 min | 4 years ago

"university medical school" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"In three point five billion years but the foods we today like mo marjorie in in fake butter the doesn't know what to do with these kinds of fat so we try to incorporate the fake butter in instead of the regular fat and you'll end up with a fake butter sell you'll end up with a a chill a chocolate or a french frier potato chips out and in fact are the brains of the sal who you end up with a dumb down south from the fake fat and and the cooked facts and the processed fat and this is one of the most important reasons why you want to stay away from cooking fats especially liquid cook liquid fat doc who's talking about chris gold the last time he was on i think he said of keep was a derivative from what they used in submarines to de greece it concrete oil grief crew a chris go with a crystallized content fetal well if we get the name chris go it's an awful substance they don't they don't even use they'll use concede anymore konthi oil anymore because it's so egregiously bad but they still you allow the oils to fake to create the solid oil it's an awful awful thought salmon uh paulo also kelly foreign years with a sam go ahead sammer sam sam this sam how are you good sam good go ahead hey listen first of all you guys are great communicators and and george um i've always admired the fact the air neutral i try to be sale i hold back but i tried to be now we know you're really good it's you know it's not like you're the democrat at the republican or the left to the writer that i really appreciate that here's uh by the way a excuse me if i found a little tired i just uh uh came from stanford university medical school i was there eight and a half hours met with eleven doctors wild in.

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"university medical school" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"university medical school" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The east from and this venue three point five billion years older hasn't changed in three point five billion years but the foods we today like margarine and fake butter he doesn't know what to do with these kinds of fats and we try to incorporate the fake butter in instead of the regular fat and you'll end up with a fake butter sell you end up with a a a chocolate or a french frier potato chips out and in fact are the brains of the show for you end up with a dumb down south from the fake fat and and could the cook facts and the processed fat and this is one of the most important reasons why you want to stay away from cooking fats especially liquid cook liquid fat talk was talking about chris called the less time he was on i think he said of keep was a derivative from what they used in submarines to de greece it concrete awhile grief crew christo is uh crystallized caught well if we get the name chris go and it's an awful than they don't they don't even you they'll use concede anymore a consi oil anymore because it's so egregiously bad but it's still you allow the oils to take concrete take solid oil awful awful thought salmon uh paulo 'alto california's with us sam go ahead at that sammer sam this means sam how are you glad sam good go ahead first of all you guys are great communicators and in george uh i've always admired the fact the air neutral i try to be sale by hold back but i tried to be no you're really good know it's not like you're the democrat of the republican or the left or the writer that i really appreciate that by the way excuse me if i sound a little tired i just uh i came from stanford university medical school i was there eight and a half hours and.

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