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"urinary infection" Discussed on WTOP
"Of Ukrainians trapped in a shelter in mariupol have begun arriving in Ukrainian held zapper Asia Correspondent Charlie has some of their stories From beneath the rubble and remains the pummeled steel works plant days survivors emerge to the light of day I can't believe it Two months in darkness and Natalia used minova we did not see any sunlight We were so scared Explosions were reported in the Russian border town of Belgrade where social media video captured a military installation on fire The chief economist at the UN's World Food Program expects the war will take a toll on global grain and bread supply soon Arif Hussein tells CBS's 60 minutes No fuel machinery Our estimates are between 30 to 50% will actually be harvested Would that have an impact on the world Hell yes I suspected killer is on the loose in northwest Alabama correspondent Janet shanley and says a prison employee is also missing The county's assistant director of corrections Vicki white left the detention center alone within mate white in direct violation of department policy requiring a two deputy escort At the time she said they were headed to a mental health evaluation at the courthouse Less than 5 minutes away The duo never arrived and it since been confirmed no such evaluation was scheduled Prison officials say the inmate and the officer are not related The American academy of pediatrics is telling doctors to ignore what it calls flawed guidelines linking race to risks for urinary infections and jaundice in newborns The lead author says they're part of outdated advice that's come under increasing scrutiny since George Floyd's death President Biden paid tribute to another former vice president Walter Mondale at a COVID delayed memorial in Minneapolis That is core friction braced everybody With a belief that everyone's entitled.
US pediatricians' group moves to abandon race-based guidance
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"urinary infection" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.
"Dj messages a neuro disease. You've got thousands of disease as you've got all these separate specialists. Nobody's saying whoa riser. So much autoimmune disease and what do we look at to understand. The root causes What are the things in your mind that you both you as a checklist. If someone comes in with an autoimmune disease the first step i'm gonna go is local for sealy ecstasies include sensitivity tiffany. I mean that is do not miss in anybody with an autoimmune condition. Main if you if you just look at the overlap you see higher prevalence of celia disease gluten sensitivity in anybody with any autoimmune condition. I mean we've talked about this before. Cindy bakers tackles. If you're trying to control the autoimmune condition but you're sitting on that gluten tack. It's gonna be really hard to quiet everything down and feel good. You have to remove the driver of the inflammation in the autoimmune up regulations. That is the first place. I go before you go on from that. I explain rest. But i want to emphasize that because you know when someone comes with an autoimmune disease getting a celia panel is like checking a blood pressure it just the most basic thing you can do and often people misinterpreted because the levels are normal but they might be in the continuum. So what if normal is up to twenty but you're levels eighteen or seventeen or fifteen or can is relevant and the answer is yes. It's relevant because the meteor by having an immune response to an antigen or worn protein in luton deger absorbing across your gut and you knew system is seeing and then getting pissed off about in creating a systemic reaction around now it. How bad is that reaction will cause symptoms. Do feel bad. Maybe maybe not. But it is causing some low grade level of inflammation and it's the low grade hidden inflammation striving so many chronic diseases. But i think that's a really important point and it's another one at this at sometimes. Doing more indepth testing. Somebody might say. Well i don't have iliac disease but every single other gladden or gluten protein is showing up elevated. That might be a big motivator to say. All right i guess i do need to stop eating. The predator remove the gluten from the diet so sometimes we do testing to convince people are really engage them. Because it's hard in other foods you love. It's hard to get people. Take him out what they're used to eating. Absolutely and of course there are other foods that could be culprits too but glutinous the number one in my less so go through the rest of the kind of thing. Do you think about these. Yeah so i also think about gut. Health and the health of the intestinal lining because anything that disrupts the help of that lining creates more input to those antibody producing cells than i think if we quote alassio fasano unlike las vegas. What happens in the gut doesn't stay the dutch if it's not healthy if that wallis more permeable and there's more bacterial proteins getting into the bloodstream. Were more food proteins. Getting the stream. There's that immune system just go into and it's not just acting the gut level it can start cross reacting to work against that we should normally be tolerant to and it's an auto immune condition so we really want to understand the health of the gut. Microbiome the integrity intestinal lining. How well we just think hoping our food do. We have an oath of bacteria in the small intestine. That's the second priority. Gluten you've got the gut microbiome you got leaky gut. What else goes through your mind. When you see. Some of the autumn meetings us he also think about whether there could be toxic insulted toxic. Those that could be up regulating the immune system. We know that i won't say that. Stress per se necessarily causes autoimmune condition. But it can certainly perpetuate the cycle of inflammation worse for sure makes it worse just like sleep deprivation the same thing so toxins like you said are actually mutagenic. There's a word for the rule of toxins in on museums or oughta illiterate cousin auto immune response in the body with its pesticides heavy metals. And i've seen this in. I'm trips any many times in your practice. And you never know. If it's not or who've who've gone through the gluten and we've gone through the microbiome moved onto toxins and there's a few other things i think about Like food sensitivities. besides that can be payroll. Which goes the leaky gut. And then the last thing. I think about our our Infections that are sections. Because we are or those and the bodies you know you're you're living as a host all sorts of bugs right and when you have aids or hiv. You don't die from the aids virus you die from all the latent infections that you actually have already living in your body like numa sisters or candidate or cnbc or tuberculosis. Or whatever you got kinda laying around just your body's handling it's it's it's that's what kills you an autoimmune disease. I think there's an unrecognized role of infectious disease and and there is some literature about this for sure. What was interesting to me is that nobody chases the down so even though if you look at the pub medal national library medicine you all the data on autoimmune disease you can type in automated and toxins and and diane and gluten allergens and and lyme disease have you and you'll find all these papers but it was striking to me. Is that when you go see rheumatologist. Don't go oh we should look for these things they just. Don't some agile cheka celia panel. That's actually more common acts. But they don't really look at diet. Inaugu toxin algae laden infections. And you'll often see dramatic improvements when you actually help people with those issues. We know mark. It's interesting when we were in medical school way back. In the day we learned about writers syndrome right might et cetera. Were people would show up with symptoms like rheumatoid arthritis hot swollen joints positive rheumatoid markers and had either came after a gut infection like shigella or your sandia or came after genital urinary infection like a media so we knew even thirty years ago that those infections can actually trigger an auto immune reaction more and more. Recently there's been a link with poor. Pheromones jinja dallas so a world bacteria and remigio th right so keep can also be a source right. Yeah dimension so that's not so someone comes with ray nodes you're thinking about all these things in the back of your head and you're wondering. Oh what's this person's story when you're going to their story and you can usually ferret out. What the issues are for them. And then you can start to chase down with things. That are really abnormal. So.
"urinary infection" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life
"And some individuals have detected racing pulses and his out. No big deal. Maybe i was just worked up stress for the moment. I don't. I don't want to run to my physician for every little thing but one dish is partly why i tell you. I say your recommend to you. Seal local acupuncturist. They'll tell you get to rulers to why your pulse periodically racist does ceelo boy acupunctures for regular wellness visit to your benefit. I shaved all the time you know you see a physician. The annual semiannual visit and then establish wellness. Visit sessions with your acupunctures. You wanna take the burden of poor health off of your shoulders. Stingy life span. You know what if you operating a vehicle right now. Doing you pull it over to the side of the road. If you crossing the street hurrying safely get across the street. And if you're carrying lifting something heavy take a moment and he's you arrested down. I need everyone in a relaxed state right now. And i need you to close your eyes and i need you to say to yourself. Acupuncture is my life and now open boom. You're now brand new and brand new you acupuncture now. Have you ever attempted to swallow food. Swallow liquids swallow even spill it in your mouth and it hurts when you do and you have trouble swallowing. See your physician immediately and then she local acupuncturist okay. Another symptom to be concerned about is if you've ever gotten a colt. Just brush off all sniffles. Maybe sore throat. Slight fever smiled one. Runny nose stuffy nose so forth and so on but then you arresting you may drink some tea eat some soup and it's just not getting better to actually getting worse. You begin to struggle to breathe now if it's gotten that far progressed that much without you having seeking seeking any or sort after any medical attention either seeing from senior acupuncturist or your physician go to emergency care to emergency care acupuncture and then see your acupunctures afterward. Another symptom to worry about is if you experience pain when you union now of course this can be a sign of urinary tract infection of some type of urinary infection where many individuals or some. I say many some individual try crease. Their water intake. And see if it'll pass day to two or three but the pain persists see a physician and see your acupuncturist or local acupunctures to acupunctures my life right away. Because he's a symptoms at. You should not take lightly. They warning signs the warning signs. Which do i say over and over. You must make acupuncture part of your life because acupunctures my life what yours..
"urinary infection" Discussed on Animal Radio
"And i see a pets urine sample and it's really not below ten twenty and specific gravity. I'm going to add in some ways to get them More water in their diet. That might be adding and things like ice cubes that are flavored with. Maybe a little bit of chicken broth in there. That's one strategy. watering down. Food or going to a canned variety can help to increase water intake. Then there's even something. I sometimes him called hot dogs soup. Which is basically where you take some hotdogs you. Boil them in the microwave and let the fat. The flavor commute into some water. Good and that you can then dress the food with that and that also helps to stimulate them to to take in more water So that would be my number one recommendation Without knowing all everything we need to know about those stones And then if in fact your puppy dog has the calcium base stones then. There's often a lot of other conditions that will go looking for because sometimes those pets can have high blood calcium levels that can be related other health conditions So doing some lab work would be important Sometimes checking for certain diseases like cushing's disease or checking their lipid levels things like that can be very helpful in seen. There's an underlying problem eating a special food from the vet. It's a diabetic and gastrointestinal food. Definitely i take. Let's find out what kind of stone and i can definitely have even some alternate diet recommendations. If i know what particular type we've got now. The other thing is on the other end of the spectrum. Those phosphorus base stones. They are commonly associated with urinary tract. Infections and there are dogs with that type of stone that we need to really address the chronic low grade urinary tract infection. Sometimes there are other factors. I had a little shitsu the other day who she'd been through her second bladder surgery and i looked at her and i discovered she had a little addtional problem that was causing chronic vaginal which was causing a low grade urinary infection so we're addressing that in a way.
"urinary infection" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket
"It is inside One of the more interesting stories about this is ear infections. In the indigenous people in alaska in jerry. My wife and i went there to talk to the native american people and see if we could do anything about their problem with ear infections. So we talked to the indian health service and they weren't michelle We talked to thaw. Audiologist in the audiologist. Told us that they go out to the communities and the elders in most communities the really really old people say you know. We didn't have any ear infection problems before we got civilized. And they got civilized in the fifties when we gave them houses Modular homes to live in with the central heater and took them off the eit so they didn't have to live in igloos an ice homes anymore and what that did was dropped the humidity and their wintertime and they live in a very cold environment. So there's not much humidity in the air anyway but breathing cold air stimulate system in opens the doors to the vascular so gets more water in your nose automatically so they took them out of this environment and put them in these homes. That are by far more comfortable and more pleasant accepts. The they made people made their kids sick with ear infections. And they have the highest incidence probably in the whole world of ear infections recurrent ear infections. And they're very common if you can stay in this green zone you wouldn't have those ear infection and if you can increase the humidity where the reddell is. If you can increase the humidity both fifty percent you don't have respiratory infections cove. It is a respiratory infection and that's one of the reasons ayatollah works because it pulls water inch ear nose. Just like histamine opens the taps. Except you don't need. Open the taps if you put xylitol in your nose and it stays in your nose for about six hours. So you're getting a benefit that lasts for six hours. And pulls water into your nose put you into greenville. And if you have respiratory infections like the red oval says you won't have them anymore and that's one reason it works because it optimizes your nasal defenses by keeping enough fluid in your nose to help those defenses weren't bits and the second way it works is Like the study from the university of tennessee showed and that is a little bit harder to explain but microbes hold onto ourselves. The surface of those cells and almost always. It's traditional her complexes that are on the surfaces of ourselves that they hold onto And they know what they're holding onto because sugar complexes are pretty stable in their configuration. Early studies looked at E. coli bacteria causes urinary tract. Infections manno is a sugar like glucose a little bit different configuration. That man owes is the sugar. Those bacteria hold onto and if you put nanos in their diet Since most women with urinary tract infections or cells infected from their gi try it shifts out of the bacteria to those that do not hang onto mammals. The man was once or washed out. And so you have less problems. With urinary infections. Xylitol is not a six carbon sugar like our bodies are used to news. It's a five carbon sugar and it's flexible. It's like the pickpocket thing that you can stick in a door and twist and turn and fits Because it's flexible. It can get into those binding sites.
"urinary infection" Discussed on KTOK
"Us every week. My name is Kyle drew meat eating tofu hating nutritionists, along with Dr Casts Ingram 19 Year friend of the show. I don't know that anybody else has been on the show 19 years, Doc. Thank you for being a longtime friend. And not too many veterans left in life that just keep on going. You just got started. I could tell. I know you have the things that the projects and the books and everything else. We'll talk about those as time goes on. Can we answer some listener questions? Quick, quick, quick. Uh, here is something that somebody pointed out. We've talked about a product from North American Urban Spice called ASHA Dreen. It's an actual gone to product and a woman wrote in various Stoute, she said. You know, I've noticed that North American Urban Spice Products they don't have a standardized. Mix of the active ingredient. Whereas all of these other products I'll see an actual Gonda product and it'll say, you know 80% with. Yeah, whatever whatever it is And yet North American Urban Spice doesn't do that. What am I missing? Why is this a better choice to use? Heck scene which is gasoline or acid tone, and we don't like the idea. Of you being smarter than the creator. You think you're so smart. You're gonna isolate one out of 400 ingredients, and you tell me that that's the active ingredient. Well, maybe you get it wrong, so we want the crude extract. We don't care about the MILLIGRAMS. We don't care about trying to impress you. We don't care. We want something effective. So this is a 10 to 1 is a good amount of without with analyzes tend to one soft water extract. But the cold, whole complete route. Not Isolate with hex scene. Either a aggressive petro chemicals that destroy 99% of the active ingredients. Wow, We're not interested. That's a good idea, and you have to go somewhere else. She's taking it for stress. Relief. What? What's Ashley Greene? Uh, good for for folks who've never heard of this new grossest for depression. Or lack of strength, Black energy, black, a libido, lack of lack of physical, You know, muscular strength because you've got the the steroids in there. By the acid green has 10% 15% royal jelly. Oh, yeah, that fortifies it. Bottom line is you're going to get better results Clinically with Asher dream than you will with the standard. I see. If I told you down, the lioness have good for you. And then you saw me soak the dandy lions in a tank of gasoline burn off the gasoline with a Bunsen burner to live till the data lines or just the dust. And then I said Here, take this extract. Not in a million years. Would you take it? You're right. You're right. You're taking with standardized. Oh, bless you. Bless you for making it clear. Another question. My kidneys are hurt. Hurt. Hurting all the time. The Sioux Mac, you see? Oh, Unless the kidney hurt is from the adrenals. Oh, good point, not taking assault. If they're you know, funny, looking thin person with crowded, crowded incisors on Dem small chin and receding chin, and they fatigue out in about two in the afternoon if it could be kidney pain from a dream of pain. But if it's really kidney pain, then you got to get to Suma Max. Assume er Mak soon to be suma clans. Boy. Oh, boy really fits kidney. That's that's finished. Suma Max. I bet Lou over at Meridian Avenue Nutrition one who hasn't. I thought so. I hadn't seen it any other place. That's good that that's wild Soo Mack. Now you can you take the Sumer Max and the oregano Max? Because the record Max is about one third Soo Mack and then two thirds oregano or whatever. Yeah. So you both those two supplements for any kidneys were your urinary infection? Bladder dribbling. You know, prostatitis doesn't matter. Beautiful in that area. Very good. Very good. You listen to super help. That's Dr CASS Ingram. I'm Kyle Drew. Okay, somebody saying, uh I'm embarrassed. But I've got this massive tummy pain and gas and then followed by constipation and I always go back and forth. But these kinds of things to worry about the worms, don't you? Oh, yeah, I see with the alternating and the guests. So you take that total body furs. You've gotto should maybe take some oregano biotic a wreck. A biotic with them released form. You get that record biotics and health back probiotic bacteria. Some Some birds. Yeah, So the total body purge. It's a liquid. It's Zsa killer. It's a killer. And then the record biotic one of these hammer onis and you know a couple ounces a day of trying to get that muck down in this muck. Should straighten him right up. I love it. I love it. It is that you know, Some people will go with the greens flush. It's a little easier to take you just quoted on the tongue. So one of those two uh gotcha and have a purge. You do the greens for us. Healthy bacteria health back? Yep, yeah, yeah. Get it all good, Awesome. Next question. Uh, this a man who says that for years he's had something like Jock itch in the crotch area doesn't go away. He's taken all of the topical, you know, at Walgreens and Wal Mart and all of the things I says I just I give up. I give up. He has to. He has to take internally. The oregano. Okay? Yeah. The super strength capsules. No. Five a day twice a day, morning and night and morning news. I The irregular rest material like 33 times, You gotta stick with it. And then You could rob Topic. Lee something like the oil of sage, something that doesn't burn so much The oil of Bailey's They do exist all of Myrtle. I don't know how common these are, but they're in an olive oil based Yeah, And they're made by North Americans. So Yep, Yep. Well, I bet that I bet that Luke and get it if it's not on the shelf already, Bernie, I think the oil of Bailey would probably be the best. Like it with Bailey for love, Myrtle. Good. So you're attacking it internally and externally in something like that, Probably in that kind of a Chronis city. But what was most of the benefit? I would do both. I really would. If you had that chronically. Yeah, he it's I mean, he kind of was laughing and he said I did the oregano topic. Lee won't ever do that again. Yeah, it was burned too much when he did it. Yeah, Yeah, yeah, He burned a little bit another skin questions, she says. I when my diet goes off the rails, so she knows when it happens, But when my diet goes off the rails, I always it always affects my skin. I get rashes or some eggs, Emma or something like that about the fungus with that, Yeah. Yep. And you have to take the Iraq know internally the oil viragen regular arrest. They're such common products. Yeah, you take the black seed oil. Gel caps would be good. Where you down like three twice a day. I like the Black Sea. That's been ah, That's been a fun new one for me this past year, my wife with the gut that really helped her a lot, By the way, I don't think I gave you an update on that. Um, and then, finally, with only a two minutes left. Food sensitivities and multiple camp chemical sensitivities, said You have to use the original as anti histamine. You know, the oregano Max and the oil are the two good ones. And then you strengthen. You know you take the purely see which fights that sensitivity that natural wild camel camel fighting fighting hard. Um, And then maybe maybe you close with something for the dreamers like they were ASHA dream, You know, back to the ash it train. Yeah. Okay, So we covered a lot of ground today. I want to just summarize a couple of things. Uh, number one North American Urban spice is along with purely wild are the two most important companies A in my opinion in the history of nutrition, cos That is my assessment of doing this my whole life. 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Frailty Is A Thing?
"I am excited today to introduced to you dr mucci. She has the coolest instagram page. That you're ever gonna wanna watch so her pages linked in the show notes and we are going to discuss. Frailty today which. Until i ran into her. I didn't even know an actual medical thing. So thank you for joining me. Have i so i just thought frailty meant you know i have a very good definition of frailty. I just thought it meant that you started losing the ability to move freely. And then you've told me that there's actual stages and it's a medical thing so why don't you start by telling everybody what frailty actually is to a medical doctor a right. Thank you very much for the kind introduction jets and so frankly is very commonly used announced a families look after all people and they just say oh mommy's a bit freia and she's slowed down a little bit out. Of course they chum failty in medical world as means completely different thing and their definition official definition knees highly if they reduce physiological reserves allocco physiological reserves. This means and why is it important to understand while this happens. As a result of amalgamation wolf three major factors as a result of aging process amalgamated with age related diseases we accumulate over the life span as less side effects of medications. Let me give you an example. What this means. So recent example for my clinical practice beatrice is ninety two year old lady. She's quite fit. Well lead independently. She before the lockdown. Actually it was running classes in a swimming pool oval senior citizens so very engaged with her community and leaving a beautiful life with quote a good quality of life however decreases ninety two and in the lost two three years. Should he'd have a few medical problems into stroke clinic with couple of meanest strobes diagnoses on. Jain ah should also has a little bit okay. High blood pressure. Some kidney disease muggle problems. None of them are actually bad enough to impact on. Have day to day functioning. She takes madison's will. These conditions is on block thin as full day mini strokes or cholesterol tablets. So she's functioning will and then one day should develops really a bad kid named action or you're north talked infection and it was bad enough for her to be a stylized in hospital and what happened. She became very confused. Deal various and rather than spending just two three days in hospital For intravenous antibiotics shea had two weeks admission in hospital because have confusion was resolving and of course what happens told their doubts if they spend a lot of time in in bed completely condition muscles wasted away by them. Homeless admission is keen swimmer. Could not stand to go into a rehabilitation facility and it was good two months before she actually returned home and she was not back to normal cell sure required carrozza assistance required Family to help. And that's what frailities. It's their amalgamation. She did not know that. Race frail have family did not understand why mom sophie to while swimming the day before teaching her class next day hunterston agen and actually swearing which Merited before in. How confused state why this will happen into. It was very traumatic for the families. And that's what i said. I explained frame because of course as a result of a previous mini strokes should have reduced brain reserves and urinary infection. Eat infection there are toxins in the body which up poisoning the brain. Now in you. And i we might not have a major program but had strokes if so bring presents lou and should develop a confusion shays ninety two age related changes to the boogie moss and muscles. Do you know on net. After the age of fifty we use about one to two percent muscle mass every year. So just imagine when you come to ninety two remember. She's actually switch. It wasn't bad But you can't go against the nature so there you go mini strokes causing reduced brain reserves. Shays ninety two year old with reduction in her muscle mass spending two weeks hostile bat eligible kidney problem on the background and of course urinary tract infection led to deterioration that and have completed different individual at the
"urinary infection" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Why, Why am I not happy? Why isn't this working would listen. We're going to go into our first break. Stay with us for our walk. Team and we will be back with Katie Fallon girl. Now the women to watch Healthwatch for health Watch. I'm Dr Mary and Richie. It's that time of year holidays glistening snow. But where there's snow, there's often ice with our aging population. There's a growing number of hip fractures. Older adults have weaker bones and are more likely to fall because of decrease in balance. Medication, side effects and difficulty maneuvering around hazards in their environment. Lesson number one. Ah, fracture is a broken bone often people saying it's just a fracture, not a break. Fracture equals break and hip fracture can substantially increased risk for death or major illness in an elderly patient risk is higher, and women do the osteoporosis and was medical issues like hyperthyroidism, diabetes, cardiovascular and some medicines like chronic steroids. Also more likely, and people who are thin with a B M I under 22. Take these steps to prevent, if all adjust any loose rugs clear the path from your bedroom, two bathroom for trips during the night. Put a grand bar in your shower, proper shoes, not slippers or leather soles that are slippery and watch that first up out the door to the mailbox symptoms, severe pain in the groin side of the thigh and just unable to walk. And if you fall don't go toe in urgent care, calling ambience and go to the emergency room. Sometimes the patient has a simple trip and fall, but an elderly patient may have had a stroke or heart attack that made them faint and then fall emergency room should also check for other broken bones or trauma to the head. Sometimes an X ray looks normal. If you can't walk, don't leave the emergency room without a walker. Then see your doctor as soon as possible. You made it in a memory to find the brake. The goal. Have surgery within 24 hours and no longer than 72 hours. Lying in bed can add the other issues like blood clots, urinary infections and bed sores. Using pain meds can lead to confusion, aspiration and pneumonia. The plan, get to surgery. Control the pain Get you back on your feet. Increase your risk. Lots of good men's to protect your bones. Cassie and vitamin D don't smoke minimal alcohol and regular exercise because a fall could make you a hippie. I am Sid Rosenberg. Let me tell you about a product. I really love. The Phonak Lyric is unlike any of the hearing aid because nobody knows you're wearing it. The lyric is the world's on Lee hearing aid that's 100% invisible. Unlike conventional devices, Laura provides.
"urinary infection" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"You. I was treated I had prostate cancer. And I was treated with CyberKnife about seven or eight years ago. A native value was 0.4 Over the years I've been taking tests. Dr Haas is sending me the script. And it's been slowly rising. In January of this year. It was 2.1 I just tested this month in July 2.7 And I am 86 years old. And I do have a history of coronary artery disease. I had a bypass surgery several years ago. And I'm just wondering what you would recommend at this point Me Tio dio. Yeah. So you have the The cyber knife, which is a form of radiation therapy that we've been using it and why you enter up and actually have treated more men with cyber knife than anyone else in the country, and over all the success rates in terms of Survival and relapse. Rates are excellent, with about 92 to 94% of the patients being cured now that that those depend Emmanuel on The initial Gleason score and your initial P ECE. But what you're telling me is that over the years you've been following your PSA, which I applaud you. That's a very good. I'm glad you've been doing that. Because although many men have been treated, they think. Oh, well, that's it. I'm treated. I'm done. No, you're not gonna matter if you've had In terms of done meaning observation or follow up. I mean, even if you've had surgery or radiation, or if you had chemotherapy, whatever it may be, you still need to continue. To follow the numbers. And so you're you're saying that over the years your PSA has slowly creeped up 86 years old. Do you have any symptoms? Any troubles any any pain or urinary issues in your body? Well, I do have an overactive bladder have no pain. Ah. That's about it. Basically, nothing else is a collie. Well, the first thing that you would need to have if you have an overactive bladder, which you know, can occur with, with men being older and also can occur from radiation would be to make sure that You don't have any Element of a urinary infection because a urinary infection can actually raise the A. In fact, for a gentleman this week, where save 58 who is obviously very, very anxious and concerned. I said, Hold on a second. I mean, your P ece was six last year. Now it's 58 doesn't make sense. Before we start doing biopsies and scans and all this, let's get a urine test and sure enough, I called him on Friday and he has a urinary infection, so we're going to treat it with antibiotics and likely the pizza will come down. So that's the first thing that I would tell you to do is have you had a urine test for for a culture we had Someone did a urine culture on you. Not lately. Maybe I just had a urinary analysis maybe two years ago. Okay. Uh, I don't have any burning sensations or discoloration or employee. Okay, so you may not have an infection, but if you have an overactive bladder Specially. You haven't had a urine test in two years. That would be the first thing that I would do. I would also do it. An examination to check and feel your prostate to see if there's any abnormalities there. And then if not, I would probably recommend that you get an M r i of the prostate. I don't know if you've had that. Have you had that great lately? No. OK, so I would do that. I I I don't believe I've ever had one. Okay, so then you need one. Ah, if you don't have an infection, and you don't have anything that we can feel on the exam. It could very well be manual that over the years your prostate has grown and With cyber knife or any other form of radiation. Your prostate is still in your body. No one has removed it. It's not like radical surgery so the prostate can continue. To grow over the years and so an Emery would tell us very quickly and you know, with no real side effects to you, whether or not You do have an enlarging prostate as well as If there's anything of concern in the prostate or around the prostate in the seminal vesicles, which of the glands on the need to prostate or the lymph nodes around the prostate, and it could very well just be that you know what 80 I think you said 86 87 88 86 86. You know that very typical, very common that the prostate has grown, and this is one of the More common reasons why P. Ece can can go up slowly over the years. UPS is not that high to 0.1 At 86. You had cyber knife, You know, number of yours to 860.72 point seven. Okay, so I think it be reasonable. Ah, to Ah t get yourself checked out with the urologist. If if you don't have one will be glad to see you. We have offices in the city. We have officers throughout Long Island. And then you and why you went through up, so I think it be a good idea to get in to see a urologist and be evaluated. That woman ordinary facility be able to take the car. I wouldn't have to have one that specialized in 20 question. It's a great question that comes up quite a bit. And you know, we are using MRI's now quite commonly from men. That are at risk for prostate cancer, especially if the sales were going up and people say Oh, you know, I just want to go to this memory that I used to go to for my knee or my shoulder. No, you need to go to AA AA facility. That is a centre of excellence that does memories for the prostate that have the proper software. It does require AH computer program it does require not only The people that are, you know not only the equipment that is required, but also the people that are reading it. And I'll put on my own You had here because the guy you radiologists are really one of the first ones to kind of develop and perfect memory readings. And so we we recommend that you go to an inn you facility, But if not, if you can't get to one ofthe few live far away. I would recommend that you go toe the nearest major hospital and ask them how many memories of the prostate they do each year. That's key, Emmanuel. So it is important to go to AA proper place and get it done properly, okay? Does your facility in New York City and long? I wouldn't do that. Yes, yes, of course. Yes. We're part of venue and we do that. Okay, so that's where I would say. I made the point was you, doctor Catch? I could do that the same time Because I'm you can't do it. This is not done in my office. So to speak. We would give you a presumption. And we would have you go to the facility. Yes, right. You know, it's not a most of the things that we do are one stop shop, actually, but some things are not and some things you need to go to our radiology facility..
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"WNBC Radio in New York. I mean, host Doctor and cats and we are live at 1 808 48 WNBC. If you want to give me a call this morning, No particular guest Just all of you out there. Love to hear from you. The number again is 1 808 for 89 to 2 to Good morning. Everyone so glad you could be with me this morning. I was away for the past week, took about five days and went to a beautiful part of the United States out in Wyoming spent Some time there with my two boys. And if you haven't been out there haven't ever have an opportunity to go out. We were just a little bit north of Jackson Hole, Wyoming in a small ranch, and we spent some quality time with my sons. We went fishing for trout along the Snake River. Tickle beautiful tour of Yellowstone National Park, which I was impressed by the amount of the size of Yellowstone itch. Actually covers from what I understand the entire state of Connecticut and Rhode Island. And the wildlife there. We we saw a bald eagle and elk. Tremendous 5000 wild buffalo there and wolves, although we didn't see any, but wolves are now back. They were almost extinct at one point, and now they've been reintroduced into Yellowstone. There, they're coming back and the birds the mountains, Thie Kaiser's that air their hot springs. It's just natural beauty. Clean, fresh air. And, Yeah, I had concerns about flying during this still, thankfully in New York, where it was seeing a significant reduction in Corona cases, but it's it's still a risk. I will tell you that I felt I felt reasonably safe like you never completely feeling safe. But you know everyone, of course, is wearing mask and the airlines make sure that there's proper social distancing and not sitting next to someone. You pretty much have because there's not a lot of people are flying in the whole row for yourself, or at least There's a least a seat in between is no one sitting right next to you, and they have the filtered air. And so I think overall, I felt this safe is I say, as you can be in this day and age. People, of course, are very Very aware of social distancing and wearing masks and just Ah, beautiful time T Get away on Biff. You ever get a chance to go out there? I would highly highly Recommended So back here with you now and the other thing I want to do the other thing that I noticed Not only during the day, but at night, the stars. I mean, you don't appreciate at least not here in New York causes so many lights, but when you go out there, and there's no lights and at night and you stand Underneath the sky that is filled with stars and you can see planets and I actually saw the small little star that was moving. I have this app on my phone. It's called stargazer when I put it up, and it was actually the the international space Station. That was kind of cool to see so beautiful things during the day and at night and, of course, more. Most importantly, the quality time that I was able to spend, thankfully with my two boys. So glad you could join with me. The phone lines are open. I'm going, Teo, Get to them right away. I just wanted to, of course. Thank my guest who was on with me last week. Dr Eva Chalice, Who's thie, director of the promoter Cancer Center here and why you, Winthrop? And she's very involved with as if you'd listen to the show this new hotline that we have this new cancer services at the promoter Cancer Center, the suspicion of cancer virtual Ah, line and it is available to you if you should have any And, of course, Dr Challis went through the list of things that you need to be concerned about for suspicion of cancer. If there's any change in skin if you have bruising, or if you have a headache that doesn't go away. If you have Ah, bloody cough. If there's a change in bowel movement, or if you should have some new onset of bone pain or back pain or a cz I've talked about on this show Blood in the urine. Any of these signs of symptoms. You can call this hotline. I want to give you the number. I'll give it to you again At the end of the show, in case you miss it, but It's too 127316196 the number against 2127316196 And, of course, many of you As myself is concerned about Still have some concerns. You know, maybe you don't want to go out then and see go to the doctor's office. Well, we have this virtual line that's set up for cancer patients or suspicion of cancer. Through the promoter, Kansas Center at GNU Land going so please give them a call. Jean eyes on the line in Queens. I'll take his call, and then I want to talk about. Ah, we're continuing our men's health seminar meant to talk to you about that in a moment because we have a great one coming up in August. Good morning, Jean. How are you? Hi. Good morning, Dr Katz. Morning calling about my brother. Who has a tumor found on behave has a tumor on his right kidney. He had been passing blood for the urine. And what I'm concerned about is one doctor. Should he see a urologist? Absolutely religious percent. 100% urologist. This is what we deal with. This is what we take care of. I will tell you, Jean, that About 75 to 80% of tumors in the kidney are cancer, not all of them, but the majority are up and depending upon the size of the tumor, where it's located. Sometimes the tumor can be removed with robotic procedure laparoscopically and the rest of the kidney can be left intact and Khun function normally, so you know, used to be where any ties tumor in the kidney. We take out the whole kidney. That's no longer the case. But again, you know, we would need to review his cat scan. Which I'm sure he's had a cat scan. Yes, so and we need to look at his. You know, medical conditions and his overall health and go through. You know, his entire medical history requires a thorough evaluation. But If he's otherwise healthy and can undergo anesthesia because the procedure does require anesthesia, Although it can be done Laproscopic Lee, which will reduce the amount of hospital stay, we reduced the amount of incision reduced amount of pain. And if it's not very big, it can be just removed of the tumor on DH left the rest of the kidney alone. So this way you can have still to normal functioning kidneys. Okay, Gene, But yes, it is a urologist. And we have outstanding Ural urologists that Khun do this at the GNU system. If you want to go into the city if you want to come out here to long Island, but certainly a urologist is the right person before I ask you another question. All urologist do surgeries. Oh, no. No, no, no. And you know you need to have the urologist that specializes in oncology. And because these doctors have specialized fellowship training. Two room to evaluate and and manage kidney tumors. And Khun do this properly with rather than using the knife with with a laparoscope robot, But no, not all urologist. Many neurologists do surgery, but not all of them do robotic or laproscopic surgery. Not all of them have fellowship training in oncology. So I would highly recommend that you see somebody like that. Just your general urologist. Okay, Gene right now win, Trump, you talk. You talk about the winter up. How do I find out? Do I just cold and sign out? You know? Yes. You can absolutely call. You can call the Winthrop. I can give you the number for its 516535 1900 spoke with Dr Katz and you can tell him that the situation of how old is your brother? My brother is about In his them 60 to 62. Was he a smoker? Or is he a smoker? No, never seen him never smoked. No just started passing blood in the urine. He started passing blood in the urine. And then that's when young and as I just mentioned me, this is one of the signs of cancer and this is obviously not normal. Sometimes people can have blood in the urine for for reasons that are not cancer. You can have a big prostate. You can have a urinary infection. You can have a kidney stone on right, So it may not be, but certainly someone in blood in the urine needs an evaluation. Sounds like he had a cat scan. They found a tumor. He you know you want to have that taken care of and removed relatively quickly responsible. You do because you know if kidney cancer is just within the kidney The curates are extraordinarily high, extraordinarily high..
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"The king is national leader more expert Pamela Carlin of Stanford I'll just give you one example that shows you the difference between him and the king which is the constitution says there can be no titles of nobility so while the president can name his son Barron he can't make him a barren Harvard's Noah Feldman accuses the president of the illegal lax and obstruction uses his office by attempting to abuse his office there's no distinction there between trying to do it and succeeding in doing it and that's especially true if you only stop because you got caught Republican James Sensenbrenner I think the American public are getting a little bit sick and tired of impeachment impeachment impeachment when they know all that less than a year from now they will be able to determine whether Donald Trump stays in office hi Mike marks responded Linda Kenyan now with more on the impeachment hearings from Capitol Hill professor Michael Gerhard's as president trump seperti pressure Ukraine to investigate political rival Joe Biden on his behalf is bad enough but so is his obstruction I know there's never been anything like the president's refusal to comply with subpoenas from this body ranking Republican Doug Collins says the president has broken no law in some way in saying you wait a lot of mine with a lot of people listening the founding fathers would have found president trump guilty is just simply malpractice the house Judiciary Committee is expected to draft articles of impeachment a new and distinct problem is been discovered in airbags made by the now bankrupt company took collar which is what it would least one death BMW is warning its owners of some older three series cars to stop driving them ninety five year old former president Jimmy Carter's been released from the hospital where he was treated for urinary infection the Dow was up one hundred sixty four hi Mike marks I'm Nick so beleskey a select quote agent with the true story that could save you hundreds of dollars a year a woman named Linda just called her husband ray has a.
"urinary infection" Discussed on WDRC
"O'brien what happened to Brian we lose Bernal's Mr me some teachers are I Brian not there so we are going to Kathy in Pennsylvania Hey Kathy welcome to the show thank you I've got a question about my son in laws to Maine **** cat so does your great great does your grand cats do your grand cats yes they are okay this chart just checking yeah nope they're beautiful cat and they're very friendly but one of them has a problem and we can't seem to figure out why she's doing what she does she that she said of using a litter box she goes and your date the floor and after doing that for several years you can imagine the odor in the house for me it it now into the infrastructure of the house she has been checked out by the vet for urinary infections try different foods for different cat litter boxes of various sizes order to choose from but she continually uses for okay so I mean the world is going on with you have you have you had a couple you suggest for little boxes in the house and two cats yeah and they and then they all used in the two catches all the little boxes as well yes the one we one of the cats does and the other cat will occasionally use the litter box but mostly she'll go on the floor how did the cats get along with each other their sisters they've always been together they get along fine okay first of all there's always a reason that I cannot stop using a little box it sounds to me like there's too many little boxes in the house that might sound crazy to you but the first thing we need to do is we need to really get rid of the owner and do you know what they've been using to clean up open water okay so get down into the floor now while you are yeah it's down it's down into the flooring the odor is pretty strong we got to get rid of the to cause is long as the older is there the cats can continue to grow one of the first things I'm gonna recommend then I'm gonna put you on hold someone to talk to a little bit more after we when we go to break when I want you to do right now is have your son in law pick up one of those black lights are available at the pet store is they're about about lighting stores and I want to use that black light because if he turns the lights off in the house with that black light any areas in the house with the cat has urinated or Pete will in fact show up now it sounds to me like the cab mayday that might have had a physical problem early on which may have scared the cat had a litter box but let me do this rather than rushing through the answer Cappy I want to put you on hold because it's an easy problem to resolve we'll have to get a dapper in Colorado we got Nancy in Missouri the phone number here at the pet Cheryl eight seven seven seven two.
"urinary infection" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Is an ER physician at Saint Vincent hospital based also an awesome awesome writer and you can find almost everything about him at the time at least you'll find great stories any rights Dr glad to have you with this because both of us have had a rough time today and it seems fitting you at the end of the show to help us with all our problems we are glad you're here Tina is there something specific or did you want to talk about what doctor Profeta one of the things that comes up for us to live is well let me back up here at ways house doctor when we have an emergency situation which does happen not all the time but it happens right so when somebody needs to go to an E. R. we send somebody from joys house with them into their character ever gets there and they get settled because we know that there are folks particularly living with a dementia really struggle it with new environment new people and people are throwing words at them and sticking them with things and all that and so a question to you because you are an ER doctor do you have any advice for people when they're bringing in a loved one living with Alzheimer's or dementia well you know you you're talking I I think about one of the top the patient population take care of if you were to ask any emergency that's one of the things we want more than anything when you bring in a patient with Alzheimer's disease or any progress of the mental like that is what is your expectation from here given from a family standpoint because one of the things that we have encountered were encountering this more and more is that people fail to realize that Alzheimer's and the turmoil yeah Fallon yeah yeah three nine your life expectancy get your progressive it doesn't get any better in a wax and wane and severity but it ultimately gets worse and it and these people will finally hopefully come to their own so what happens the emergency that you're typically talking about sexual in nature you know whether to urinary infection or ammonia stop beating or you know different if they were to fall and break a hip yeah you bring the man to beat we fix that from a pain management standpoint but we had you have to ask yourself going yeah what is your your expectation because we can take like urinary infection earned ammonia today but they will be back in a couple weeks with the exact same problem over and over again and you know but the thing we get a lot as well they're not eating well but that's how Alzheimer's patients progress that whole how they ultimately die in we have to have these discussions with their morale gets to primary care from day one how are you going to approach the elements of the progress because loads of the issues that come come to bear in all the family has to be on the same page then you're fighting you know one person may want to put a feeding tube into one another person wants to put on the I. Q. in abated when in actuality the thing may not be do anything it may be all palliative care and we we put so many people in the palette of Kerr programs in hospice programs right out of our emergency department and that's wrong discussions half the happened way before we ever see them well I was just gonna say when it be great if the the patient he himself could tell us what his what his expectations are by the way I think that and knowing what your expectations are is great advice for everything with with all of the times when you know it's great advice like yeah if we just knew what our expectations are with every meeting or relationship or ER visit boy we would really communicate better and and feel better about the outcome I think yeah we have to upgrade doctors from day one with the family in that they're all just in the family medicine listen when you guys love you are are made from day one the conversation has helped the segue into okay this is how it's going to progress we need to have a heart to heart understanding especially wall there early in the only father kill cognizant you can make these decisions because after that they're not capable of making decisions in the care givers and the next it can become the the default you know sort of decision maker and you know they get the main thing healthy they are willing to surrender that to us if you approach them in the right manner because a lot of time to put my arm around him like that you know it's okay not to do anything and in the end they want they want that confirmation boy how much better would be if they have that confirmation earlier in that discussion lumber standing before they came in when they really need to make it during an emergency I have a question for you when you have a moment like that how does how do you feel yeah you know when you walk out of that room talking with someone and telling them it's okay to not do anything and you know the family falls apart has the relief has all of those range of emotions like what are those moments like for you after that conversation okay a lot but I think it's the most rewarding moments in medicine yeah and because you're you're you're providing an incredible amount of comfort at a time yet to allow people to be comfortable in letting their loved one go it's actually very rewarding and that's really what needs to be done okay because I don't want to talk to the people I don't want to put ideas and I'm I don't want to throw me into a in a buyer look full of noise and overhead pagers and blood pressure cuff I want them home I want them back in in the company other other loved ones and then in the last few days of their lives up in a peaceful environment so you know I I don't mind in most emergency missions and break that will look at that we should be the one to do it second should happen before we ever see him but it's incredible help help family members how receptive family members are when you go to say Hey listen it's okay not to do anything okay and you know they they just need to be told that if they that is okay and that being there and comforting in helping them you know yeah in that good like that all right that's not that's okay that love to you don't have the trouble to been somebody in pump bold blew it in and applied food through a tube in their stomach you can hold their hands and play music and click through with the other photo album and help how special they were and letting go peacefully there's nothing wrong with that that is love I agree I agree do you have to as it become when you becoming a doctor you're going through the education process do that is that a class that they teach you to learn that in a in a class on how to talk to people that way I never learned it in class it's all trial and error and eat you you know you have to be comfortable in it you have to be willing to embrace that role but I'm I'm telling you the easiest thing for any ER doctor any doctor doing good Caroline and you see when you're busy check the lab in the mid upper urinary infection and figure out some person second year resident up on the floor and have that conversation then they're not you know week we look at the death card note on these patients when they leave the hospital of urinary infection pneumonia and you can see that none of these issues palette of Kerr member been addressed it happens all the time all the cards I hope you come in you know hopefully you'll come in during the day where a doctor has any our doc has time to be able to discuss with you you know it I think we're blessed that I can make one phone call hop but then they will come into our emergency department and work on on discard landing so in Hopkinton palette care council so I mean we're more than happy to do that for people you know we you know of even if somebody can come in and take a look and a good can't take care of her anymore I don't know what to do well we're happy that up home nursing home Oct occupational therapy or physical therapy have discussions about amble by hop the ball well we are more than happy to do that even if they're lucky number you have no family member caregiver find who felt the moment that they just can't they can't cope anymore bring the men will will help thank you Lou profanity out the you know what we've got to run but you're you're so good and you know we we really appreciate everything that you do you really are and I hope you will listeners will find him on linked and and some of the great stuff that he writes because he's just terrific and also lost Profeta dot com I think are too don't you have list provided dot com yeah yeah Louis provided by my article there you'll find them in the emergency room at Saint Vincent's hospital thank you doctor so my my blood sugar do you know we just have a couple seconds I know I am a big announcement coming from joys house regarding caregiver crossing.
"urinary infection" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Day. We have lots of information to send to in call us at two and two choices if you want to and to two four six forty two thirty-seven, Dr Liederman, and we'll talk about a fifty one year old woman. She's a woman who has a child, she was fine until a year ago. She had urination urgency shed bleeding when she earned. She went to the emergency room. They told her she had a urinary infection gave her antibody you know, one of the big hospitals. Well, she didn't have a urinary infection. She had bladder cancer a few months later, shed blood clots chat, a cat scan your son of a mass in the bladder and months ago, six months ago, she had nachos in the lung at one of the biggest hospitals in New York. And she had an ultrasound chest x Ray and CT scan and was advised to have a biopsy of the lung. And finally, she had just a few days ago. A biopsy of this bladder cancer. So you talk about molasses and slow pokes. This is a woman who's had symptoms for eight months. It took eight months to make the diagnosis of bladder cancer while awhile awhile eight months during that time she was having bleeding from the urine from the bladder during that time she had a chess CT scan. Joe Nigel's during the time she had blood clots. She had Nigel's in blood cots. And finally eight months later, she had a biopsy of the bladder, if she'd come here, we would have been having checked out immediately saved eight months, eight months gives the cancer a big head start. And then they wanted to remove her bladder. The doctors at this big hospital wanted to remove her bladders without looking at the chest CT, which showed metastases to the lung, and then she went to a bigger hospital and they saw her just a couple of days ago. And what did they advise while to get another cat scan? Well, she just had a cat skin three weeks ago. How is a cat scan today going to be different than a cat scan three weeks ago? So she came here for a fresh second opinion. She had been at some of the biggest most famous hospitals in New York waiting eight months for evaluation and treatment yet cat skin three weeks ago. Now they're asking her. Well, we got another cat scan now three weeks later. That's second to how is that going to show any significant change? So she came here. We got a pet scan and all those nachos in the long lit up, they were all positive for metastatic cancer. And she has nozzles in her abdomen and air bladder. This is all bladder cancer took eight months to diagnose, and no. Treatment until she came to radio surgery, New York. She came this week and his started treatment immediately. Why? Because he's having bleeding and pain. And she's having a motion distress knowing that eight months passed without her having any significant treatment on her cancer, while awhile, awhile, awhile, you, I know what's going on elsewhere at two of the biggest hospitals, the most famous and she comes to radio surgeon York. Why? Because he understands that if your life as at stake, you probably want Dr Liederman in the driver's seat, driving your lambere, green or your Ferrari, and spitting up and trying to make up for all the lost time, eight months. He went to the hospital Shad bleeding, she subsequently had a chest scan showed things, knowing took action. And in hours a day, she gets mapped out. She gets a pet scan..
"urinary infection" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Tension. Women. Now, if you have pain, when you pee or if you have that feeling like you need to go even though you've just went, maybe an infection, but it may be non-infectious sustain this case that, that you're being that you're suffering from inflammation of the bladder is not necessarily caused by the status usually caused by an infection. But if you have classic symptoms without the fever might just be a reaction to medication, or maybe or tation from feminine hygiene, sprays, or maybe firma, Seidel jellies, so something to keep in mind is that people starting any -biotics before they know they have an infection. That's not always good thing. Dr David Shusterman urologist, in New York says that almost half of women with negative cultures are given that occasions caissons which just adds to our antibiotic resistance society majority of uncomplicated. Infections. He says goes goes away without using antibiotics and. German. Researchers compared women who took an antibiotic with those who simply took ibuprofen for three days and found that two thirds of the women who took the ibuprofen recovered without needing antibiotics. And of course you always wanted to drink. Lots of water frequent urination helps to read your body of bacteria as does cranberry juice providing. It's unsweetened, also large amounts of vitamin c doctors say limit the growth of bacteria. So that's worth a try and, you know, of course, following a good diet, reducing sugar and, and foods that night might exacerbate the condition science, you may need further treatment, though, fever, worsening abdominal pain, and maybe lower back pain. Nausea vomiting also or some of the symptoms of urinary infection. All right. Let's go to the funny bone pharmacy. You know, I thought I, I was aware of everything that was fortified with caffeine both foods and beverages. I mean, there's beef jerky. Perky jerky with caffeine and of course cookies candies. Energy drinks, even owed orange juice, Jay fortified with caffeine. But I just came across caffeinated, gummy bears. No, that's, that's something that's going to hook people early in life, right? To, to their fake away Cabot getting kids addicted to, to. To get the caffeine at at their toddler age. That's I, I was at a loss for that. Here's a funny picture was an poster I think, and it was a cat picture a Tom cat with his paws crossed. You know, like a person would cross their arms in an authoritative position is looking at the camera, and he says, why don't you have the caption below the cartoon of the cat or the picture of the cat says, why don't you have a seat? And tell me where my testicles went. Oh, somebody got neutered adds, some words of wisdom regarding balance. You know, everybody's definition of balances different. It's, it's kind of like the term moderation and everybody has a subjective definition of that. But personally, I try to balance out my unhealthy eating habits by also drinking and not exercising. I'm sure there's people out there. Some of you out there in radio land that think like that. You know. Yeah, I'm balancing out. My poor eating habits by also drinking and not exercising. Okay. And it's all this is that where it said, I drink so much coffee today that I accidentally believed in myself. Oh my gosh. But my favorite quote, I came across recently on some card, or something and said, I swear, I'm gonna get my health and life together as soon as my net flicks series is over. That's why your in life is not what it should be in the first place, you're spending, too much time watching other people's lives on screen and not paying enough..
"urinary infection" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"To in call us at two and two choices if you want to and to two four six forty two thirty seven Dr Liederman and we'll talk about a fifty one year old woman. She's a woman who has a child, she was fine until a year ago. She had urination urgency shed bleeding which year. Netted. She went to the emergency room. They told her she had a urinary infection gave antibiotics, you know, one of the big hospitals. Well, she didn't have a urinary infection. She had bladder cancer a few months later, shed blood clots jet a cat scan. She's of a mass in the bladder and months ago, six months ago, she had Najah and the lung at one of the biggest hospitals in New York. And she had an ultrasound chest x Ray and CT scan and she was advised to have a biopsy of the lung. And finally, she had just a few days ago, a viability of this bladder cancer. So when you talk about molasses and slow pokes this woman who's had symptoms for eight months. It took eight months to make the diagnosis of bladder cancer while awhile awhile eight months during that time she was having bleeding from the urine from the bladder during that time she had a chess CT scan. Joe Nigel's during that time she had blood clots. She had Najah Najran blood cots and finally eight months later, she had a biopsy of the bladder if she had come here, we would have been having her checked out immediately saved eight months, eight months. Give us the cancer a big head start. And then they wanted to remove her bladder. The doctors at this big hospital wanted to remove her bladders without looking at the chessy CT, which showed metastases to the lung, and then she went to a bigger hospital and they saw her just a couple of days ago. And what did they advise her while to get another cat scan? Well, she just had a cat scan three weeks ago. How is the cat scan today going to be different than the cat scan three weeks ago? So she came here for a fresh second opinion. She had been at some of the biggest most famous hospitals in New York waiting eight months for evaluation and treatment yet cat skin three weeks ago. Now they're asking her. Well, we got another cat scan now three weeks later. That's second to help seconda show any significant change. So she came here. We got a pet scan and all those nachos in the long lead up, they were all positive for metastatic cancer, and she has not those inner abdomen and air bladder is all bladder cancer took eight months to diagnose, and no. Treatment until she came to radio surgery, New York. She came this week and has started treatment immediately. Why? Because he's having bleeding and pain. And she's having a motion distress knowing that eight months passed without her having any significant treatment on her cancer, while awhile, awhile, awhile, you, I know what's going on elsewhere at two of the biggest hospitals, the most famous and she comes to radio surgeon York. Why? Because she understands that if your life as at stake, you probably want Dr Liederman in the driver's seat drive in your lambere. Greenie or your Ferrari, and spitting up and tried to make up for all the lost time eight months, he went to the hospital Shad bleeding, she subsequently had a chest scan showed things, knowing took action. And hours a day. She gets mapped out. She gets a pet scan. She gets staged up she knows where the cancer is she's offered all the options and chooses to have treatment here at radio, surgery, New York by passing the biggest hospitals left her stranded for eight months. What a difference it makes when you if you wish come to thirteen eighty four Broadway Broadway, and thirtieth street in the heart of New York City, bypassing the other hospitals. Yes, she went there. She got lousy answers. She got delayed eight months past eight months. Pass for the cancer to grow here. She came with ours. She had all the answers and the options and started therapy, what a difference it makes at thirteen eighty four Broadway Broadway, and thirtieth street in the heart of New York City when your life is in danger, when your life is in jeopardy, you probably want Dr Liederman in the driver's seat. She found out the difference easily. She got answers came with a hundred questions and had the questions answered in that all the options available and the regiment's made for to get stage to mmediately to know what's going on copies of the tests in her hands. This..
"urinary infection" Discussed on WJR 760
"Investigators have updated on investigation on an Ohio State University team doctor who died and twenty five. The investigators say that nearly two hundred male students were sexually abused by that Ohio State. Dr from nineteen seventy nine to nineteen Ninety-seven Richard, Strauss of used at least one hundred seventy seven men for more than a dozen sports in the Ohio State student, health center and his off campus clinic, a law firm investigating claims for the school, also found university personnel at the time had knowledge of complaints and concerns about dresses conduct as early as nineteen seventy nine but failed to investigate or act meaningfully Strauss killed himself in two thousand five no one has publicly defended him in his family says they were shocked at the allegations lawsuits allege school officials were aware concerns about Strauss, but did not stop him. I'm Joe Ramsey. Sterling heights. Police investigating a smash grab at a k jewelry store at the lakeside mall. One man is in custody. Robers smashed the glass and got as much jewelry as they could. Federal court takes up President Trump's effort to spend defense money for the wall. Correspondent Scott Carr reports the administration is moving fast who spend the money after congress rejected the proposal. Federal judge in Oakland will consider arguments today in two cases, that seek to block the White House from bypassing the normal appropriations process to drum up defense and treasury department money calling it both unconstitutional and illegal, California. In one thousand nine other states are bringing one lawsuit President Trump on veiled, that immigration proposal that focuses mostly on legal immigration trying to reverse the ratios of skilled and unskilled immigrants allowed into the US summing up what the president is proposing. Correspondent Bob Constantini all getting green cards would be required to know English in pass a civics test before they can even apply even the green card would get a new name for those who are highly skilled, the build America visa, which is what we all want to hear the merit based system would rely on. Points. The president says starting with younger people scoring higher, because they will contribute more in taxes over the long run, you'll get more points for having a valuable skill an offer of employment and advanced education or a plan to create jobs. Mr. Trump believes there should be fewer workers allowed into the US with low skills. Bob Costantini, the White House and f sixteen fighter jet that had hydraulic failure crashed into a warehouse near the March air reserve base in Paris, California, the pilot ejected, he escaped with only minor injuries. Grumpy cat has died grumpy cat of the internet famous seven the catch family in Arizona says the cat got a urinary infection. Cops are at the Donut shop this time for a good cause you may see officers and troopers on the roof. At Dunkin collecting donations to pay for families involved with Special Olympics Lieutenant Mike Shaw says any amount is welcome. Rooftop of Dunkin donuts troopers that are lined up inside the place out in the in the drive through area. And we just ask people to throw their spare change your nasty. What we'll take anything they give us you know, we are chance this year. We've actually Branston to credit card so we. Aja talking with Frank Beckmann wanted. One social media manager you'll work at a palace..
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"WCBS news time twelve oh three. I'm Michael Phillip L in the six eighty WCBS Marilyn news center. Maryland state police say a man died just after midnight in a crash in oxen hill near the capitol beltway the driver lost control of his car and hit an unoccupied tractor trailer. Twenty-three-year-old tavon Edwards of district heights was pronounced dead at the scene. The general assembly journ last night with a tribute to house speaker Michael Busch senators and delegates stopped working at about eleven thirty pm to gather in the house of delegates to remember the longest serving speaker in the state's history who died on Sunday governor, Larry HOGAN, said Bush, truly became an institution within the institution of state government, a Montana newspaper editor will direct a new journalism centre at the university of Maryland, Kathy. Best will become the first director of the Howard center for investigative journalism at the university's, Philip Merrill. College of journalism. Federal prosecutors said yesterday, Maryland man, inspired by the Islamic state group, plotted ram stolen U-Haul truck into as many pedestrians as possible at the. MGM national harbor convention and tourist destination just outside of DC the allegation against twenty-eight-year-old. Rondell Henry was made in a court, filing and sports soccer soccer legend Pele has left Paris hospital after being treated for urinary infection. Seventy eight year old has been frequently hospitalized the plaster years for kidney and prostate procedures and was under care in the French capital since last Wednesday, your Weather Channel forecast is next. I hear many guys know that get your teeth fixed. Something you've needed have down for a long time. But you put it off. Now I used to fit into this category. Until I made my first appointment with Dr laser cosmetic in advanced dentistry..