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"virginia school medicine" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

07:06 min | 3 months ago

"virginia school medicine" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"And death with Mike Simpson on Charles Feldman next hour in the next hour of in depth of later on in the show, Let's say that That sounds good. That's reasonable Still to come. Don't go here when you hear it, Rendez severe. The emergency youth authorization for your Yeah, it'll be non video. When we get there. We're gonna talk about rendez severe and whether the authorization for it was a little too rushed and also a window into our lives during the pandemic care of what is in your trash can Right now, though, Sweden, where they weren't very big, you may remember unlocked downs and mass requirements throughout much of the pandemic and Depending on the rise and fall of their covert infection rates. The country has been held up as an example of either the right or the wrong response. So 10 months into this for the new surge of infections ripping through Sweden. The country's is looking pretty much like the rest of us right about now. Dr Peter Castine teachers molecular physiology at the University of Virginia School of Medicine. He's also a lecturer. At Uppsala University in Sweden. Doctor Thanks for being with US Thanks for having me It's a pleasure. So I remember on this show. We We actually had a couple of folks here from Sweden a different times. And at one point they were telling us how great things were going and another point. They're telling us how things weren't going so great. So in the in the end, not that is the end, but what actually is happening in Sweden. What's happening right now is we're seeing a near exponential rise in cases and the health care system is as in many other heart rate area is very close to being overwhelmed. And people are very concerned. Remind us how things were. They never went to total lock down their group gatherings were allowed. I think up to a limit that to us would seem strange like 50. Or so they told people, you know, don't go out as much, but it was kind of on your own accord. Right Do is as well as you can. Yeah, The approaches have been, um Up to this point entirely recommendation based and a rather than requirements, and most of those recommendations have been relatively lax by most international standards of focusing on distance and on washing your hands. I think some of the critics of this policy have said it's It's the best science as of March and maybe hasn't caught up with what we've learned since then. But, you know, I I do recall that that one of the gentlemen that we had on from Sweden beginning of this He basically said that if at the end of the day when depend Emmick eventually leaves us whether it's through natural herd immunity, vaccinated herd immunity, Whatever. That everyone is going to end up pretty much in the same place. No matter what the ended up doing, Do you think that that is what's eventually happening? No, I think that Z. I find it's a disappointing cynicism. Um, the political analogy I would draw too. That is a little bit what Vladimir Putin argues that all governments are corrupt. And so don't worry if your government's corrupt because we're all lying to you, and I think we should hold herself Tigers and and I think, you know, places like Um, you know, Australia and New Zealand and South Korea are not perfect, but they're they're doing pretty well. If you look around Europe, you see that There are a lot of different ways to get this Rob unfortunate. And and some countries, a sweet and Scandinavian neighbors are doing between two in 10 fold better than sweeping right now. But there are problems than a lot of Europe and their problems in different parts of Europe for different reasons. Um, you know, the other thing is, as we start to look at a vaccine. It's Every month that people don't get sick are those air people who might not get sick because they could get the vaccine and I think then sticking it out becomes really important. So what are they doing now? Because the prime minister is started the limit things, but they still don't believe in closing up a lot of shops. Yes. So what they're doing now, The one requirement now is well as of November 24th. So in a week, public gatherings will be limited taking people. Private gatherings are advised to be limited to people, but there are no requirements. Everything else is advisory and because the region's sort of like the counties in Sweden are the ones who are actually responsible for the hospitals. They're very concerned and under pressure, the public health agency has allowed the region's to enact stricter recommendations. And so some of those regions, for instance, gonna your Copenhagen in the South is advising that requiring that people stay off public transport and work from home. When possible and avoid physical contact with people who they don't live. On DSA. Oh, some of these regions are are advising more and more. There are no broad requirements and still everyone's At least in terms of public health recommendations. Everyone's in staying away from that There was a little changed today. When some of the opposition politicians said the government really needs to explain itself if it doesn't believe in masks. Toe. Really say Why? All right? I'll talk to him. I had one quick, really Just one quick question. I'm just curious. Do you feel more comfortable? In Virginia, or would you feel come more comfortable now in Sweden? Right now, I think in in in Virginia, I would say the thing in Sweden is, despite all this when I talk to different people, different employers in different working groups. Around the country. Some people are taking precautions that are very similar to the health care systems. I talked to in Virginia where people who can work from home work from home they have masks available. They have distancing protocols s O. Some is very similar, and some is very different. Everyone's coming into work and it's just wash your hands. And so there's tremendous variability. Alright, Doctor Peter Cash and teaches a molecular physiology of the University of Virginia School Medicine. Also lecture at Uppsala University there in Sweden to be running a little bit over. Saul Rush through this Yeah, quickly, more to come..

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"virginia school medicine" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

07:30 min | 3 months ago

"virginia school medicine" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Past Western Avenue. Next report. 1 25 more reports more often. Tom Crean, the video and audio center com Traffic Center, Kay next 10 70 NewsRadio. You're listening to K and X in depth, along with Mike Simpson on Charles Feldman next hour in the next hour of in depth of later on in the show. Let's say that that sounds good. That's reasonable Still to come. Don't go here when you hear it. Rendez severe. The emergency youth authorization for your Yeah, it'll be non the video. When we get there. We're gonna talk about rendez severe and whether the authorization for it was a little too rushed. And also a window into our lives during the pandemic care of what is in your trash can Right now, though, Sweden where they weren't very big, you may remember unlock downs and mass requirements throughout much of the pandemic and Depending on the rise and fall of their covert infection rates. The country has been held up as an example of either the right or the wrong response. So 10 months into this for the new surge of infections ripping through Sweden. The country's is looking pretty much like the rest of us right about now. Dr Peter Castine teachers molecular physiology at the University of Virginia School of Medicine. He's also a lecturer. At Uppsala University in Sweden. Doctor Thanks for being with US Thanks for having me It's a pleasure. So I remember on this show. We We actually had a couple of folks here from Sweden a different times. And at one point they were telling us how great things were going and another point. They're telling us Things weren't going so great. So in the in the end, not that is the end, but what actually is happening in Sweden. What's happening right now is we're seeing a near exponential rise in cases and the health care system is as in many other heart rate area is very close to being overwhelmed. And people are very concerned. Remind us how things were. They never went to total lock down their group gatherings were allowed. I think up to a limit that to us would seem strange like 50. Or so they told people, you know, don't go out as much, but it was kind of on your own accord. Right Do is as well as you can. Yeah, The approaches have been, um Up to this point entirely recommendation based and a rather than requirements, and most of those recommendations have been relatively lax by most international standards of focusing on distance and on washing your hands. I think some of the critics of this policy have said it's It's the best science as of March and maybe hasn't caught up with what we've learned since then. But, you know, I I do recall that that one of the gentlemen that we had on from Sweden beginning of this, He basically said that If, at the end of the day, when depend Emmick eventually leaves us whether it's through natural herd immunity, vaccinated herd immunity, Whatever. That everyone is going to end up pretty much in the same place. No matter what the ended up doing, Do you think that that is what's eventually happening? No, I think this that's ah, I find it's a disappointing cynicism. The political analogy I would draw too. That is a little bit what Vladimir Putin argues that all governments are corrupt. And so don't worry if your government's corrupt because we're all lying to you, and and I think we should hold ourselves tires and and I think, you know, places like Um, you know, Australia and New Zealand and South Korea are not perfect, but they're they're doing pretty well. If you look around Europe, you see that There are a lot of different ways to get this robin fortunate. And and some countries to sweeten Scandinavian neighbors are doing between two intent for better than sweet right now, um, but their problem than a lot of Europe and their problems in different parts of Europe for different reasons. Um, you know, the other thing is, as we start to look at a vaccine. It's Every month that people don't get sick are those air people who might not get sick because they could get the vaccine and that I think then sticking it out becomes really important. So what are they doing now? Because the prime minister is started the limit things, but they still don't believe in closing up a lot of shops. Yes. So what they're doing now, The one requirement now is well as of November 24th. So in a week, public gatherings will be limited taking people. Private gatherings are advised to be limited to people, but there are no requirements. Everything else is advisory and because the region's sort of like the counties in Sweden are the ones who are actually responsible for the hospitals. They're very concerned and under pressure, the public health agency has allowed the region's to enact stricter recommendations. And so some of those regions, for instance, Khanna your cooking Hagen in the South is advising that requiring that people stay off public transport and work from home. When possible and avoid physical contact with people who they don't live. On DSA. Oh, some of these regions are are advising more and more. There are no broad requirements and still everyone's At least in terms of public health recommendations. Everyone's in staying away from that There was a little changed today. Um, when some of the opposition politicians said the government really needs to explain itself if it doesn't believe in masks, toe really say why, all right? I'll talk to him. Uh, I had one quick, really? Just one quick question. I'm just curious. Do you feel more comfortable in Virginia? Or would you feel comfortable comfortable now in Sweden? Right now, I think in in in Virginia, I would say the thing in Sweden is, despite all this When I talk to different people, different employers in different working groups around the country, some people are taking precautions that are very similar to The healthcare systems I talked to in Virginia where people who can work from home work from home they have masks available. They have distancing protocols s O. Some is very similar, and some is very different. Everyone's coming into work, and it's just wash your hands And so there's tremendous variability. All right. Dr. Peter Castine teaches a molecular physiology at the University of Virginia School Medicine. Also lecture at Uppsala University there in Sweden when we went a little bit over Saul Rush through this? Yeah, quickly more to come on. And now a game of commercial chicken brought to you by progressive where we see how long flow could go without talking about insurance. Ready? Go, So the weather is.

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"virginia school medicine" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

05:33 min | 2 years ago

"virginia school medicine" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"One eight seven seven one eight seven seven. D A L I. Well, sometimes when we get a cold nothing. Call number deal. We're gonna work we're not supposed to. But we do. Good work. We don't well. You know? Somebody else in the family or. You'll see a friend of yours. They get a cold jazz down for the count. And you're like what? Well, you know, how your guts has a microbiome bacteria that supposed to kind of make everything. Co-pathetic? Apparently your nose has one too. And this knows microbiome may play a key role in how well you can fight off the cold. Now bustle reports according to a new study from the university of Virginia. Published in the journal scientific reports. Bacteria living inside your nose can seriously affect how sick you get. Apparently study participants found or study authors found that participants noses fell into six different nasal microbiome sub-types. These nasal microbiome types are linked to how bad your cold symptoms gauge, how well you fight the virus off in the first place. According to a recent press release on the study your nose has these microorganisms just like your skin your skin to skin does the same thing skin have bacteria to kind of keep other paths Giuseppe, and they seem to correlate with both the type of culture vulnerable to an house figure symptoms are when you get hooked by virus? Researchers found that the bacteria found inside study. Participants nasal microbial were linked to how much cold virus. You get. And then you're. Then your symptoms so steady author Dr Ronald Turner of the university of Virginia school medicine. Was quoted the press release saying the first surprise was that you can identify these different buckets that people. So how you find out? Well, I guess some people who have higher levels of staph bacteria staphylococcus had more severe nasal symptoms than those with less. Now, Gordon US news award reports. Further noted the press release said jeans might play a role in both the composition of your nasal microbiome and how bad your calls get now. See somebody could say, well, wait is it doesn't staffer caucus grows on the skin grows in the nose grows in a variety of things. You also have some nasty Akaka bet you shouldn't that protects. You know, look at it is if you have the type of body composition. Where staph bacteria like to set up shop? Then my guess is you have the type of body that attracts other pathogens? So what they did is. They gave study participants liquid oral probiotics are beneficial bacteria to see if they can alter the makeup of a nasal microbial supplements didn't make much of a difference. Maybe a probiotic nasal spray might have more impact. But it didn't seem to make make up make a difference. Now. Try that with probiotics in the gut. We're trying to give people pro -biotics and hope that the bacteria starts to change, and they're finding it's not working. Many people have you take a probiotic? It's not changing your gut microbial. So there may be genetic factors in play. Now, it could also be the way you eat. How much you eat? What you we, you know, there could be some. Behaviors that you do that can make some bacteria more beneficial. But I really do the type of bacteria that want to colonize. You are the ones that you are kind of genetically predisposed to. So what is so fascinating about something? Like, this is if we want to identify who you are then what we do is. We classify you based on certain bacteria. You have or Mike vile. Whether it's in the nose or whatever, and then we treat you differently. We start to individualize certain treatments. Maybe you need more, zinc. Maybe the second you start to feel tired, you up your vitamin C. Or maybe you need to start changing your diet and eat more vegetables because you are going to be more risk for Kohl's later. I don't know. So you find that fascinating. And I think that that can I think that could really. You know, make a difference when it comes to colts now vessel. I'm a big fan. They also have an article on how your medications could affect your workout. They see there are nine medications that can affect your exercise routine. Now, some of you guys will know these like, four example, statins and vibrates stands and five rates are used to treat high cholesterol, the promise they could cause fatigue muscle aches. So your recovery times may be lower that doesn't mean you don't exercise, but if you have some issues with exercising it could. Because if you're Stanton said vibrance, and some people need to be autumn some people if they could lose the way they may not.

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"virginia school medicine" Discussed on This Week in Science

This Week in Science

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"virginia school medicine" Discussed on This Week in Science

"So this is scribe. Oh, this is this is described as having been very surprised by this binding the first surprise, and then they go on to tell you that they were surprised the first surprise. This is quoting voice. If you can't tell shifted the first surprise. You can kind of identify these different buckets that people fit into. And then the fact that the bucket seem to have some impact on how you respond to the virus and how sick you get was also interesting is Ronald Turner, MD university, Virginia school medicine. There were affects on virus load and how much virus you shed in your nasal secretions. The background microbiome background bacterial pattern in your nose had influences on the way that you reacted to the virus in how sick you got? Well, sort of because they're going to take that right away. So. The nasal neighborhood of microorganisms are not the cause of any of these colts. The colds themselves were caused by cold virus that the volunteers voluntarily took after they've made microbiome was checked. Oh, yeah, I I would not sign up to get a cold, right? You kind of have to be in the right the right place in your. Week, live. Actually, I got college, Audrey, it'll hard up for some beer money. Maybe. I don't know how you really choose it, but you know if somebody says it's recites, I think I'd do it anyway, so so maybe it's because your colds aren't as severe as mine are. And so you wouldn't mind as much so your your nose bacteria's different than mine. But but it does that mean that we would be affected by Colt differently according to this? Yes. So what we're boarding is an association. So it's entirely possible that the fact that you have a staff, they have staffing your nose and they have more sentences not directly related. It may will be. There's some underlying host Ristic that makes you likely to have staffing knows that also makes you more likely to become ill correlation. They, they didn't have it drill down. So. What do they do next? They give an antibiotic. They give. So they had one hundred fifty two participants at all. So this isn't even a small group of people who ran hand. People people who were like, I don't need to do anything this week. Yeah. So they tested the nasal microbiomes before giving the cold to give him the cold and and then they gave people probiotics. So they found that after getting the probiotics, the changes that they saw were none. Not a note me type attics. They were wiping them clean or they were. They were adding bacteria right question. If it was a terrible question, I would have told you it was a terrible question to just to be fair, but that was a great question because that's what they propose doing next. The probiotics didn't have any effect really even on the gut microbe because they didn't wipe. It didn't change the nasal microbiome at all. Didn't change symptoms and ginger, no difference. But they do postulate that they need to redo the study where they do. Do use antibiotics, it's just tougher to do because they don't know, even scientists doing research, don't like to give people antibiotics because of the day and age we live in, but they're saying like, yeah, that's the next step to start with antibiotics, do the cold and see if that same. Today's, yes, if that changes and that you get a different result from there. And so. Yeah, I'm just going to say I'm not surprised about the probiotics, not having an effect. However, because there are have been lots of studies recently that have kind of suggested that probiotics don't work. So..

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