35 Burst results for "Vomiting"

Lawsuits demand unproven ivermectin for COVID patients

AP News Radio

01:02 min | 4 d ago

Lawsuits demand unproven ivermectin for COVID patients

"The use of unproven drugs is covered nineteen treatments it's the latest pandemic issue judges are being asked to rule on mass schools vaccination mandates and business shutdowns of all landed in the courts during the covert nineteen outbreak confronting judges with questions of science in government authority now they're being asked to weigh in on the D. warming drug ivermectin at least two dozen lawsuits have been filed around the U. S. several by the same lawyer on behalf of people seeking to force hospitals to give their covert stricken loved ones ivermectin drug is used for treating parasitic infections but it's been promoted by conservative commentators as a covert nineteen treatment despite a lack of evidence that it helps people with the virus and warnings from the FDA that large doses can have serious side effects from nausea vomiting and diarrhea to seizures delirium and even death court rulings have been mixed with some judges ordering medical providers to give the medication despite the concerns I'm Ben Thomas

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Former Trump Press Secretary Stephanie Grisham Tries to Hock New Book on CNN

The Dan Bongino Show

01:45 min | 2 weeks ago

Former Trump Press Secretary Stephanie Grisham Tries to Hock New Book on CNN

"So right before we get on the air as always I always scroll through social media and elsewhere And I'm looking and I see Stephanie Grisham the old White House press secretary who never gave one briefing and she's on CNN trying to hack a book Of course she worked in the Trump administration She's on CNN trying to hack a book right And it was so pathetic It was so said she's on with the hapless Breonna keeler and John Berman I think maybe 20,000 people watch that show total I think more people watch the commercials on my on my rumble channel on a Sunday at two than are watching CNN at that time right And she's there like I should have left the Trump administration so he wouldn't wear a mask Donald Trump it was so pathetic She's trying to hock a book It's just it's sickening It makes me want to vomit It was so sad to watch someone who proclaimed to be this big strong woman look at me Represent truth and justice and also and she's on CNN begging them for forgetting I should have quit the administration so much sooner And Brianna killer and John Berman are like like it's an inquisition We don't believe you young Stephanie repent more And she's like oh I'm sorry John I'm sorry Hold on Can I get down and genuflect in front of you by Brianna I'm so deeply sorry may I repent for my sins Breonna Oh Brianna please She's talking to two pee pe hoaxers pee pee tape officers who are Hunter Biden hoaxers and she's begging them for forgiveness It's so pathetic trying to hack a book is so sad Have some dignity

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"vomiting" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:38 min | Last month

"vomiting" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"My symptoms was vomiting. Had a severe headache and diarrhea. Pain in the belly like was no tomorrow. Spokesperson for the city's Health department says they're monitoring for any increase in hospitalizations for gastrointestinal illnesses. But I haven't seen a rise so far. It urges folks to use rubber boots, gloves and wear masks to protect against floodwaters that often contain untreated sewage and can carry waterborne parasites, bacteria and viruses. Public schools in Paterson, New Jersey, will open the school year today with three days of remote learning because of IDA recovery. Teachers and other school staff will also work remotely essential school staff, including administrators, secretaries, nurses and cafeterias. Workers will be in person. Former New York Yankee Derek Jeter will be inducted to the National Baseball Hall of Fame Today. The enshrinement will happen at 1 30 this afternoon in Cooperstown. Jeter of five time World Series champion was nearly Unanimously elected in his first year of the balloting, no surprise there. He played 20 seasons with the men in pinstripes and retired in 2014. 72 sunny this morning, a slight risk of heavy rainfall and flash flooding in New York City and above and Connecticut tonight and into Thursday, so we'll watch out for that. A small chance of late afternoon rain mostly sunny with a high near 82. Today, it's 8 35. Support for NPR comes from W. N. Y C members and from cyber Reason. A cyber security company dedicated.

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Don Brown Discusses His New Docu-Drama 'Call Sign Extortion 17: The Shoot-Down of SEAL Team Six'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:46 min | Last month

Don Brown Discusses His New Docu-Drama 'Call Sign Extortion 17: The Shoot-Down of SEAL Team Six'

"Had an opportunity to watch a movie that i can't wait to share with you. I've heard dan brown on the radio before great great great patriot a former. Us navy jag. Officer is the author of sixteen fifteen books including call sign extortion. Seventeen the shootdown of seal team six. This was a a nonfiction military. Expose on which this movie fallen. Angel documentary is based A real joy to welcome don brown to the mike gallagher. Show done first of all. Congratulations on bringing this thing to the to the big screen. This documentary is gonna be available at salem now dot com it's produced by rpm films available on our streaming platform. Tell us all about the documentary. What the event was that. That was such a pivotal role in your life. Tell us about. What kind of questions are answered by the movie by the book by the whole process mike. Thanks for having me again. I've been with you before you. You're the great patriot in his our country. So well This this docu-dramas very very powerful docudrama movie which tells the story of extortion seventeen or stores in one seven as they say military aviation parlance which marked the largest loss of life in the history of the american vomited. The war on terror in the largest loss of life in the history of our. Us navy seals. We lost thirty americans at day including uh seventeen members of seal team six and the one of the great tragedies that most americans still don't know about this we know about other things we know about six frivolous soundbites to the liberal media gives us but thirty american heroes lost in one swoop and we still don't know. The story is a general laughing. In this case to filmmakers students. Fiving carl horse are going to do a great great job of bringing this story to light. There are many unanswered questions. You say. I saw a preview on the big screen in the palm beach area. Friday night there was a dry that in see one very powerful expose story and we hope everybody will go on a salem. Now m and wash this move movie immediately in pass on your friends Avid involved in this case for seven years my book came out of in two thousand fifteen year. Kind of to have you on then. Chur cover lots of up a lot of things in this in this story and and the movie touches on some of that No one moving. The one book can tell the whole story but these men need to be honored and this movie is very very powerful. Thing is a great great steps in next step getting their story out. And i appreciate you for Forgiving some time today to remember them.

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Nail Polish Removal: Is Acetone Safe?

The Darin Olien Show

01:26 min | Last month

Nail Polish Removal: Is Acetone Safe?

"Nail polish removers. So women and men and whomever else wants to polish their nails paint their nails and then ultimately have to remove whatever it is. They painted them with or gels or whatever. Listen in the cosmetic industry it is interesting because yes is the fda supposed to regulate it. Yup but underlaw cosmetic products and ingredients do not need fda pre market approval basically. They don't have to test for anything and they can put it in there especially if it's proprietary but we're going to focus in on the nails. I have been around my mom when i was a kid when she was removing nail polish and it revolted me. I was boom out of the room. There is no way. I'm sitting in that toxic soup. Irritating my nose ears throats and is and sure enough acetone the main ingredient. It's also paint thinner. It's been used in industry for a very long time. And there's some adverse effects headaches dizziness confusion faster pulse rates nausea vomiting effects in the blood passing out even coma and shorter menstrual cycles. So just keep that

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Ladia Albertson-Junkans on What It Was Like Running the Olympic Trials

Ali on the Run Show

02:05 min | 2 months ago

Ladia Albertson-Junkans on What It Was Like Running the Olympic Trials

"Wanna talk about running the trials because you. I don't know if it's like an ultra runner thing. You just looked chill and happy. Like i saw you six times during the race because i was on part of the outback by the first aid station. So i saw you every time you came through and you just looked chill and happy and i know we're now a year and a half removed from that race but when you look back on that weekend in atlanta what stands out to you most. What do you remember about the race and give us some of the highlights of getting to Check that pretty exciting item off. Your list was so exciting. I mean it was beyond any expectation that i had for it The energy there was probably the greatest energy. i've been a part of in a road race before And what sticks out for me. Though it was a really emotional weekend. I mean i think it really just hit me. How much a part of this goal. Gabe grunewald had been for the ten plus years leading up to it and not having her there and also knowing that she wasn't going to get to experience her olympic trials dream Was very emotional. And i think just being at the olympic trials is emotional baseline anyway And i was i but once the race started it a lot of that emotional heaviness lifted and it was just a very joyful experience So i'm glad. I looked like i was having fun because i definitely was having fun. that doesn't mean i didn't projectile vomit around vile eighteen. Because i definitely did. But i think i really impressed the crowd of people that were standing there So i feel like. I brought some culture running to the marathon And you know that was definitely a goal of mine.

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The  Death of Kendrick Johnson

Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan

01:54 min | 3 months ago

The Death of Kendrick Johnson

"On the morning of january eleventh. Jackie was at her son. School probably hoping he had just spent the night at a friend's house and his phone died and his friends phone died and his friends. Parents phone died and then all the phones on the block died. Because you would tell yourself anything to not think the worst and then you do whatever you can to find them at eight thirty a. m. jackie was in the school guidance. Counselors office at that same moment in the gym. A student was walking on top of a row of rolled up gym mats that were lined up vertically against the wall. Each matt stood almost seven feet high and three feet across making a sort of makeshift walkway. Why anyone was allowed to walk on a seven foot. High vertical rolled up. Jemat is anyone's guess. But in one of the matt's the students saw what looked like feet wearing hanes socks. She called some friends over and when they saw what she saw. One of them screamed lowndes. High head athletic trainer philip pipe. Low and one of the other coaches ran across the gym. Push the mat over on its side and a male's body tumbled out along with blood and vomit pipe blow-back away. The other coach told the students to leave the job at that moment. Back in the guidance counselors office. The phone rang the volume may have been tad too high because coming from the other end. Jackie could clearly hear someone say. They found a body in the gym. The guidance counselor rushed out of the room and jackie sat there probably frozen in terror because in that moment she just knew that body was the body of her son. Kendrick when police. Ems arrived on the scene. They confirmed that the body and the matt was indeed. That of kendrick. Johnson

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"vomiting" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

Armstrong & Getty On Demand

06:05 min | 3 months ago

"vomiting" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

"You to enjoy classic blue bloods reruns only cbs. Nbc has the olympics. And we'll get the viewership. How many people are gonna want the olympics. I don't it feels different than any other olympics. I remember in my lifetime for a whole bunch of different reasons. Society's changed the amount of entertainment. We have available to assist changed athletes wanting to bad mouth the united states wall representing them has changed the result before the events are aired. In fact it's difficult to avoid no results. No crowd there because a covert. I can't imagine with the opening ceremony will go daikin an empty stadium but anyway i'll probably tune in on friday night and find that out Another story that we've been following for a while and man it depends on what outlet you look at as to the way they approach this so the new york times is going with a headline where it makes it sound. Pretty good Other news outlets not so much. The biden administration sending afghan visa applicants to an army base in virginia. So that's the idea of all those interpreters and their families that helped us over the last twenty years during our war using my finger quotes war and afghanistan that if left behind the talibans probably gonna kill him and so we're going to try and get him out of there since they were nice enough to help us out but we're not getting them out very fast. We're more or less already gone. The taliban is taken over more of the country every single day and they still haven't gotten the people out of their well. They're they're the headlines yesterday where that they're moving the interpreters to a safe territory and army base in virginia. Well if you get into the details of it it's only twenty five hundred afghan interpreters that they're going to be moving to this virginia air base and there are somewhere around eighteen thousand of these interpreters. That helped this over the years. And if you include their families it gets up to about fifty five thousand people and twenty five hundred or being moved to this Airbase so i understand. There are a number of family members with this batch. To maybe i misheard that. Yeah there is but still the total. If you include the family members is fifty five thousand. So i'm not sure why twenty five hundred being moved to To this airbase in virginia is quite the win that some news outlets are Treating it as well it could be. They're just desperate to show win for the biden administration. I don't know this is neither a republican nor democrat novel. No no president. Both parties have done a poor job of getting this set. Getting it figured out. I got i would say i can't believe we're failing on this You know. I got to admit the translators themselves you'd think they were thoroughly vetted by the fact that they worked for us and work with us for years in most cases wife and kids fine with how many family members are they talking about uncle for ruch in anti Jen how why does the the net cast. I don't know from the new york times version of it. The american diplomats have been scrambling to reach agreements to relocate the afghans to third countries including some in central asia and the persian gulf as well the united states but those negotiations dragging on and the security situation in afghanistan worsening. The administration came up with a stopgap measure for applicants who had completed most if not all the vetting being bring them directly the united states for final processing. So they're going to be on that. Airbase in virginia menu won the lottery. If you're one of those two thousand five hundred out of the fifty five thousand they got sent to virginia. I mean you really won the lottery behind. You might be tortured and killed. If you're sent to some of these other countries who knows how long you'll languish there and what your life will be. Yeah no kidding. I'm sure we'll be financing something or other for those people stay in but the local authorities will be siphoning off their share. No doubt and i just keep remember. We talked to mike lions Couple of weeks ago. He's our goto military guy and he knows a heck of a lot more about this stuff than i do in the way the military works and he had no optimism whatsoever that we're going to get those people out of their none. Yikes so we'll say it's that as brundle. My real only point for bringing it up is don't let the like so many stories. Don't let this headline lead you to believe that. Well it's over. They got him out which is kind of the way. It's being portrayed some places so on the way the floundering floundering effort to deal with the homelessness problem in america's cities and in blue states england's freedom day all the covert restrictions are over marred by soaring cases and chaos. Some of it probably unnecessary and all sorts of good stuff to talk about. Oh did you hear a bunch. More of our officials got hit with that so-called havana's syndrome. Yeah where vienna which is a super hot bed of. Us soviet now us. Russia surveillance and the current beliefs spy craft the current belief is. It's not an attempt to scramble their brains. It's tempt to steal information from their phones or their laptops it just has the unfortunate side effect of scrambling your brain exactly. They'd probably rather than didn't scramble people's brains because nobody would even know then that they've got this the ray that they can shoot it your gun and suck the information out of it. Yeah exactly plus. Oh we need to get. 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One Woman Is Preparing Her Neighborhood for the Next Flood

Climate Connections

01:11 min | 4 months ago

One Woman Is Preparing Her Neighborhood for the Next Flood

"When heavy rainfalls in austin texas residents of the dove springs neighborhood. Brace themselves the water has nowhere to run but to us. Longtime resident francis a kunia to storm water flows down from surrounding areas into the streets in yards of her low-lying neighborhood. New development is made matters worse. Asphalt and concrete have replaced greenspaces used to soak up rainwater and as the climate warms. Extreme storms are growing more common. A kunia says several years ago. A flash flood damage many of her neighbors homes and destroyed their possessions. You don't know what to say because you see you off a disaster so the only thing that you do is just give them a hug and you try to help. The experience motivated her to advocate for solutions. A kuna now works at go. Austin vomits austin a local nonprofit as the lead organizer for climate resilience. She helps residents prepare for emergencies for example by elevating furniture to keep it dry and planning when and how to evacuate as she's pushing the city to improve its storm water systems to better protect everyone as the threat of flooding grows.

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NASA's 'Hedgehog' Robots Hop, Tumble in Microgravity

Innovation Now

01:20 min | 4 months ago

NASA's 'Hedgehog' Robots Hop, Tumble in Microgravity

"Comets asteroids and hedgehogs these spiky little robots are perfect. Fit for low gravity exploration. This is innovation now exploring comets. Asteroids and small moons can be a difficult task. So what kind of design could be used for exploration a joint team. From nasr's jet propulsion laboratory stanford university and mit believe that hedgehogs are the answer. Let's hear more from. Ben hoffman a graduate student at stanford university working on the project. We've done a lot of modeling with various different types of analytical numerical models. And we've learned a lot the hop angle is more a function of the shape of the rover. So with this type of impulsive. Breaking cubic shape provides a nice forty five degree hop on average. The team is experimenting with fly. Wheels and friction belts to create the momentum that allow the hedgehogs to hop or spin across the surface. We took this prototype down to houston and flew on the vomit comet for two hundred. And if you guys aren't familiar with that it provides about twenty second windows a relative weightlessness. So in each of these twenty seconds we were able to test maneuver so far. The prototypes funded through. Nasr's innovative advanced concepts program are just what the engineers order

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"vomiting" Discussed on WDUN AM550

WDUN AM550

02:17 min | 4 months ago

"vomiting" Discussed on WDUN AM550

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Confessions of a New Convert

Joseyphina's World

01:49 min | 4 months ago

Confessions of a New Convert

"Life was exhausting before i allow myself to enjoy the pleasures. The world had to offer but it was exhausting lonely empty after flirting with almost everyone i laid my eyes on at the club and drinking myself to an unbelievable stupor. I'd wake up on the bed on yet. Another stranger who'd introduce himself awkwardly with a subtle suggestion. That i leave since he had to get ready for work or worse still be woken to be told to leave since he didn't want anyone sleeping over. What was the fun in that. I was lazy. I'd admit that i didn't see why i should subject myself to a torturous to five routine when funding my goodies and being serviceable earning more than the decent worker. But it was enough. Even when i would resolve the clean up my act after the last one i found myself back in another pot. Man's bed why the money just seem to fly away to survive. I had to go back like a dog going back to its vomit. I was tired the life. I knew it wasn't working. I needed a magical way to straighten myself up and get me right on track. And i'd organize a pity party for myself with bottle of vodka with every belch. I promise myself. I'd find a way. It was during one of my pity parties. When i heard a knock on my door. I knew it had to be one of those. Jesus crusaders so i thought to ignore it but the persistence of the knock caught me off the couch and to the door with a reply ready to roll off my tongue the second by the door with a cute face and dashing smile made me lose my thoughts for a moment so i wasn't able to give him my usual. I'm busy excuse in time. May i come in my intoxicated. Mind was trying to figure out why clean looking guy was at my door. My head nodded without my permission. He and asked if he could said when i did this time with partial consent from my mental faculty.

US Officials: Anxiety Drove Vaccine Reactions in 5 States

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 6 months ago

US Officials: Anxiety Drove Vaccine Reactions in 5 States

"The centers for disease control and prevention has concluded anxiety not a problem with the coronavirus vaccine was behind reactions that prompted for clinics to temporarily shut down earlier this month many of the sixty four people affected either fainted a reported dizziness some became nauseous or vomited and if you experienced a racing heart or chest pain but none got seriously ill in the CDC says the reactions appear stress related one common thread the clinics were all administering the Johnson and Johnson vaccine which requires just one dose the CDC says that probably makes it more appealing to people who are nervous about shots and predisposed to anxiety related events the CDC also found that about a quarter of people reporting side effects have similar things happened following past vaccinations I'm Ben Thomas

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How Do I Know If My Child Has an Eating Disorder?

Ask Lisa: The Psychology of Parenting?

01:57 min | 6 months ago

How Do I Know If My Child Has an Eating Disorder?

"How can you tell if your child has an eating disorder. I think there's very discreet and obvious things to point to. And there's also like the gut feeling there's a gut feeling so in the experts. I interviewed there. Like if your gut is telling you to be worried you should pay attention to that and get your kid checked out by a physician but then there are other things you can see so it you know this. This mother describes a really beautifully. If like this you know eating very little and then exercising very intensively In one week. And and what what you hear and that is actually a joyousness to it right. The food has become an enemy. It is something to be avoided and minimized and controlled and contained an exercises. Become like a punishment. You do it in this. You know really like kind of Obsessive and intensive way. You're seeing that like you should be worried. And then this other also describes eating everything in sight and in a being very you know. lopping on couch. I think is what she said. So if you're seeing your kid hoard food or huge volumes of food or foods disappearing or you're discovering rappers. You know things like that could either be binge eating which is a disorder in its own right or blaming me which is binge eating and then what. We call compensatory behaviors like vomiting or intensive exercise or use of laxatives. Diuretics if you have a sense that any of that is going on goody or physician and and one of the things that we know to be true about eating disorders is they are sneaky day Sneak up on people quickly. They can take hold very quickly and can become medically unstable very quickly. If you're worried don't wait and watch get a physician involved.

"Bad Trip": A real-life homage to the cult classic comedy "White Chicks"

The Big Picture

01:58 min | 6 months ago

"Bad Trip": A real-life homage to the cult classic comedy "White Chicks"

"Adam neiman. How are you. Thanks for coming back on the show. I'm well how are you sean. I'm hanging in there. Adam were talking about colts colt movies and where they come from what they really mean to us today and you know i wanted to talk about bad trip on the show and i couldn't figure out who to talk to about it and then i noticed that you were a fan of bad trip now. I don't know if bad trip. Is it going to qualify as a cult movie but it feels like it's in the spirit of some other movies that have come along over the years. Would you make of this prank comedy from eric. Andre the i ve very good time watching bad trip as i think you did as well which is an. It's an extension of what he does. Sometimes on his tv work right. This kind of spont- spontaneous haphazard Using the materials of reality almost as props you know and he's fearless in the way that some of those other extemporaneous comedians. Sacha baron cohen. Dr voted also reminded me of the. We won't go too quickly into the cult thing yet that reminded me of jackass. Just in the extremity of it. I mean i happen to think jackass was very good for culture and probably belongs in the louvre museum and the smithsonian in the hall of fame is one of the great things ever for me for lotteries in But also just that idea of the body and extremity and feeling like something is both very kind of disgusting and unembarrassed of being disgusting which is kinda gets into the territory of cults. 'cause cult is all about taboos and breaking them in exceeding them. But you also want to be too pretentious about delay. This is a movie. Where to people's penises get stuck in a chinese finger trap or where people projectile vomit or just absolute insane exchanges in public spaces and maybe was just my mood. But i found it like just devastatingly funny from from beginning tent and laughed kind of the way i laughed at stuff like jackass and borough which is this very liberating

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Interview With Emily Skye, Fitness Trainer And Expert

Hurdle

04:24 min | 7 months ago

Interview With Emily Skye, Fitness Trainer And Expert

"Today. I'm sitting down with emily sky. More than two point. Five million people follow her over on instagram. For her fitness programs her name is known around the world. 'em how you doing today. I'm good thank you. It's not an early here in light there is it. Well that's what i was gonna kick us off with. What time is it where you are. Oh what is it now. Thirty or something yeah. Eight thirty okay. Eight thirty is not so bad for some reason i. It's five thirty new york time. I always get the new york. Australia like conversion a little backwards. A huge difference. Isn't it whenever i go over there i get really jetlagged. It's just horrendous. I would imagine so. I would imagine south so i mean i just throw into the mix cheap point. Five million instagram followers. But that is a drop in the bucket compared to the fourteen million women worldwide. That train with you. Fifty percent of which are in the united states. I know that this isn't something that happened overnight. So i'm really excited to to dive into your backstory today and get to know a little bit more about the woman behind all of this programming. Yeah let's do it. Let's do it okay to me about growing up in australia well always probably the complete opposite to what i would seem to be now. I mean deep down. I'm still that little girl. But of come a long way. And i think everyone does growing up but always really shy like extremely shy that i couldn't talk to people if i was at school and had to do something in front of the clause would be vomiting with fee i didn't have any confidence at all. I had no self worth. I was really insecure and struggled with teens anxiety and depression and it was pretty bad and i tried to end my life when i was eighteen. So yeah. I've come a long way since then because obviously being in front of kelly's people on he sort of have to have some sort of confidence in and i do a lot of tv stuff so doing things like that is just. It's crazy for me. Because i couldn't even stand up in front of the class at school back in the day so if i went back and talk to my teachers they probably be shocked at what i'm doing now compared to then i know you mentioned In a woman's health interview that you had a difficult childhood when it came to some family stop and obviously just mentioned the trouble that you went through in your teens. Talk me through a little bit about what that environment was like growing up. Yeah well my mom's always been loving and caring and she did such a good job. She's a single mom and she raised my daughter my sister and i on her aren. We've not much support from anyone else and she I guess she also suffered with me health issues too and she had her own. You know problems and things being a mother on her iron and and then we grew up in that environment and i'm very similar to her and then We didn't have much in the way of money and we lifting community housing and yeah it was just. It was a very different to now. But i think because i had no father figure. I didn't really couldn't really talk to guys very well i was. I didn't really have a good relationship with may not kind of feed them. But i craved love from them. I wanted to be loved and it was more of a fatherly. Love that searching for so. I ended up looking for Relationships with gauze that were i wanted to have a father but obviously that's the wrong way to go better. I'm a teenager and teenage boys to be able to fill that spot or any man really. But i ended up attracting these men that i guess i sold. That always really vulnerable and desperate for love and they were had a few will have to really abusive boyfriends but one was really severely abusive and I ended up getting an restraining order on him. And i think was twenty by the stage but Yeah just because i had no self worth. It didn't have any love for myself. I sort of search for it externally to try and fill that void and Such furred in the wrong places obviously and ended up having a terrible relationship and being abused emotionally and physically

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Guinea Declares Ebola Outbreak With at Least 3 Deaths

Weekend Edition Sunday

00:48 sec | 8 months ago

Guinea Declares Ebola Outbreak With at Least 3 Deaths

"The West African country of Guinea is reporting an outbreak of Ebola's the first deaths since the world's deadliest Ebola's epidemic ended five years ago. The BBC's Mary Harper reports. The new cases are in the same region where the previous outbreaks started. The health authorities say three people have died from the disease and five others have tested positive. They all fell ill with diarrhea, vomiting and bleeding after attending a burial. Health workers and now trying to trace and isolate all those who came in contact with those infected. The W. H O has been asked to supply vaccines, which greatly improved survival rates. Cases have also been confirmed in the east of the Democratic Republic of Congo. It's 12 outbreak of the

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Guinea Declares Ebola Outbreak With at Least 3 Deaths

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00:40 sec | 8 months ago

Guinea Declares Ebola Outbreak With at Least 3 Deaths

"African country of Guinea is reporting an outbreak of Ebola's the first deaths since the world's deadliest Ebola's epidemic ended five years ago. The BBC's Mary Harper reports. The new cases are in the same region where the previous outbreaks started. The health authorities say three people have died from the disease and five others have tested positive. They all fell ill with diarrhea, vomiting and bleeding after attending a burial. Health workers and now trying to trace and isolate all those who came in contact with those infected. The W. H O has been asked to supply vaccines, which greatly improved survival rates.

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Lye-poisoning attack in Florida shows cybersecurity gaps in water systems

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

00:55 sec | 9 months ago

Lye-poisoning attack in Florida shows cybersecurity gaps in water systems

"We all drink water every day but recently in florida someone tried to turn the water into a weapon. Natalie shocking case of computer hacking in pinellas county. Florida investigators are trying to hunt down. The person who tried to poison a public water supply remotely planned operator monitoring the water in tampa bay city of notice computer breaches starting at about eight. Am friday morning. The hacker was controlling the computer systems mouse and was able to increase the level of sodium. Hydroxide in the water supply from about one hundred parts per million to more than eleven thousand parts per million this is obviously a significant and potentially dangerous increase sodium hydroxide also known as li- is the main ingredient in liquid drain cleaners in large amounts sodium. Hydroxide can cause vomiting chest and abdominal pain. Fortunately a plant operator immediately reduced levels back to what was safe.

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Tennis Player to Watch: Evan Furness

The Mini-Break

03:14 min | 9 months ago

Tennis Player to Watch: Evan Furness

"Guy. I want to talk about today. Who i think has been if not the best player one of the five best players at the it level since the start of the twenty twenty season. And that's evan furnace who you look at his career trajectory for those of you. Who don't know about edmund furnace furnace twenty two years old going to turn twenty three in the frenchman had a career high in the junior rankings of number thirty six so again. That's not gonna blow you out of the water right. Furnace was in this junior slam champion. Who much was expected of. Yeah he made a third round of junior wimbledon in twenty sixteen lost his devan. ac- pass. Yeah he made you know play. A bunch of the junior slammed had good enough results to become a top fifty junior in the world. But how many top fifty. Former top fifty. Juniors in the world have never heard of pro circuit. The answer is quite a few and you know for furnace. It was steady linear progression. You look at you know. He played his first pro tour match all the way back in two thousand fourteen when he was you know a i think sixteen or fifteen or sixteen years old played. One match. Didn't win it. You know you start to look at as he went through the years in two thousand fifteen he was able to play twenty matt or twenty one matches when eleven and ten. That's he's in twenty sixteen. He goes sixteen and thirteen. You know so again. steady progression. His first full season as twenty seventeen. He goes forty two and twenty eight in pro events during that season now he did not believe make any pro finals at twenty seventeen season but pretty quickly found himself making the jump off to To playing a full time to schedule you look at what he was able to accomplish. A four evan furnished during his first few seasons twenty eighteen he makes his first two It finals he bought ends up winning in portugal. Next up david gaz in cameroon. In the end of november he ends up losing two skandal mansuri than hong kong. He ends up knocking off. Julian lens makes another final during the twenty thousand nine hundred season although it is safe to say twenty nineteen you look at the results. Furnish was able to put together. That season You know relatively unsuccessful compared to previous years human thirty three and twenty nine during that twenty nine nine season now during that twenty nineteen season. I believe he also played his largest amount of challenge matches and challenger level events. He really struggled during one thousand nine hundred eighty play you know. You look in his career in his cert- currently six thousand nine hundred nine in challenger events during the course of his career during that twenty nine th season he played i wanna say ten challenger matches and i believe he went to in two hundred eight in those ten challenger matches so that's why his record fell a little bit. He started to try to make the jump at the end of twenty nineteen but then in twenty twenty in the midst of a pandemic given it was very difficult to find playing opportunities. And if you were in the vomit zone three hundred five hundred which normally you probably get into challenge qualities given the limited playing opportunities. You're lucky to find futures events to play last year. That's what a furnace had to spend a lot of time doing and guess what that is. Where evan furnished thrived. You look at what he has done. Since the start of the twenty twenties

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Pet food recall expanded after more than 70 dogs die

Quick News Daily Podcast

01:18 min | 9 months ago

Pet food recall expanded after more than 70 dogs die

"The following products made by mid western pet foods have been recalled due to contamination by toxin from mold. The specific products are called sport. Mix pro pack originals splash sports trail and none better n. u. n. n. Dry dog food and cat foods. This affects products made with corn that expire on or before july. Ninth twenty. twenty two. The problem is that they may have aflatoxin in them which sounds like a type of insurance from aflac like i mentioned aflatoxin. Actually comes from a mold called aspergillus flaps which can be found on corn grains are used to make the food if your pet ingest enough of this it can cause general sickness and or death but the thing that's almost carriers that it can cause liver damage without your pet showing any symptoms if they do show symptoms wants to look for our sluggishness loss of appetite vomiting jaundice and diarrhea. It's no joke. Seventy dogs have died so far and eighty have become ill from the products. Strangely note illness yet has been reported in humans or cats. But obviously you don't wanna chance it with your cat and the fda still recommends washing your hands after handling pet food at any time pet food of any kind not just stuff that has athletic toxin in

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"vomiting" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

06:09 min | 1 year ago

"vomiting" Discussed on KCRW

"The West Coast. Thanks so much for being with us. Thank you so much. It's such a pleasure to be here. Well, it's great to be with you last March, you and and what's his name? I'm drawing a blank. Oh, it's a little bit like done. Yeah, I'll Google in any event, how you feeling where I'm feeling so well, unfortunately and gratefully feeling so well. There were some rough moments. I gather, though, from what I've read. Yeah, you know, covert 19 not fun to have it. For me. It was worse than I thought it was going to be. It started out just a key and feverish and it kicked in for me much worse on about day eight. I had vertigo, extreme nausea. Vomiting. I had lost my sense of taste and smell, which nobody really knew about it that point it did take about two months for the sense of smell and taste to come back. Or the beginning of Lucy's, and you have a direct message for anyone listening, don't you? I d'oh. There are 200 million people that are in a high risk group. Of which I am one. And maybe you are too okay. I'll acknowledge the obvious. And that is people over the age of 50 and people with chronic diseases like heart disease or diabetes or Asthma, and that's 200 million people that if they get a flu shot, don't get the flu. That's 200 million people that are not going to be going to the hospital. And overwhelming our health care system. The American Nurses Association and I are launching something called the Race to 200 m dot com If we can get 200 million people to get the flu shot and keep the flew out of those families. Think of What That would be like, You know, nobody getting sick. Nobody staying out of work, Nobody giving it to their families. It's going to be a cold winter and cove in 19 isn't going anywhere. You know, I have to ask. They're people who are skeptical of vaccines. What would you say to reassure them? Well, I would say talk to your doctor, You know, not everything you read is factual. I A big believer in what science says. Tell me about your your new song. What I would say it's Ah, It's gotta tune, but it's also got a purpose, doesn't it? Yeah. This is really for the families of people who love and care for someone who might be struggling with alcoholism or drug addiction. I know a lot of people struggle with their recovery during quarantine. And there's help for people out there. I really want people to know that There's organizations out there like a Alcoholics Anonymous or Al Anon, and they're free and there's meetings everywhere online and, uh, Seek it out if you're feeling vulnerable. Boy, This has been a rough year. What do you think you might have learned? You always think you're not going to be the person to get something? You have a blessed life, but then you get it. You get breast cancer. You get cove in 19 You get the flu. I'm not going to get my flu shot, but but you but you have had the first two. Yeah, but I've had the first two and I've always thought of myself as a pretty grateful person. But that has been deepened in this time. And one of the other things I learned was that we're at a time where it seems like There's a lot of bad that's going on. But there are so many good people out there doing the right things. I'm inspired by them. I have faith in the greater good. Rita Wilson. Thank you so much for being with us. Thank you so much. Always a pleasure. I can't tell if pen 15 is a comedy or a drama. And maybe that means it's really life, middle school life and a conical in my Erskine play versions of themselves is 13 year old besties in the seventh grade 20 years ago, times of crushes, dances, exploratory kisses and heartbreaks, pimples, braces, red faces and hormones moaning hormones. I mean, whatever. Literally. I was this close to getting my first kiss with Brandt. How is this supposed to know that? I didn't know that. That's amazing, though. Congratulations. Thank you. It's fine. It's great, but it doesn't keep happening because you keep interrupting pen 15 right out the title you'll get. It has begun its second season on Hu Lu, Anna Konkle and My Erskine, who are also part of the writing production team joined us from Los Angeles. Thanks very much for being with us. Both of you. Thank you for having us. Thank you so much. What you'd like to play 13 year olds will work with other 13 year olds. I think the first season They truly didn't know if we were Children are adults for the For the beginning of its right And now they know and bio kind of replace me. This year, I feel like I came back. I was gone for a week and then I came back and you're best friends with one of the 14 year olds, So I had to get over that, But we just spent a lot of days together. You weren't there. Teo set up the character is a bit Maya, played by Maya is a shy, sensitive seventh grader, Japanese American family being raised by her mother. She's also kind of a class clown. Annacone, Maya's best friend. Her parents are getting divorced, and she finds herself through singing. What are these two young women find in each other and a Kunkel? I think it's similar to the friendship that me and Maya really have as 33 year old women, which is a little bit co dependent..

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"vomiting" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"vomiting" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The first time the strings large helpings as often screaming waiting and a lot more vomiting but for Edward it was still a powerful experience where in the Melaka and it's the morning after the night before how are you I'm feeling good I'm a little tired Carissa I was up late good I'm feeling quite fresh and happy and peaceful as outsiders read the story sitting there in a month the hit and the healer was was singing singing the Icarus and I'm wondering kind of from your perspective for into what impacts with ikaros having on you yeah okay so you have seen this early in your body you feel the power of fifty acres survey may bring and bring on sort of shaking for many many things crying whatever you need to sort of third shift they feel extremely powerful and sometimes the the songs they sound beautiful exquisitely beautiful and sometimes they sound so painful you can hardly bear another second there's a we compare any they can bring on almost any emotion when you're in that space with them you can make connections which which I wouldn't be able to tune in normal space are you.

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"vomiting" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

06:09 min | 2 years ago

"vomiting" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"We are back we've been talking about spring poisons that are dangerous to dogs and cats we've talked about a couple of plants out there the dangerous lily that can cause acute kidney injury in cats we talk about some common outdoor cardiac glycoside plants like fox club that can cause heart everything me as when your dog or cat gets into it rare types of plants like yesterday today tomorrow that can cause seizures and depending on where you live I wanted to talk about the risk of mushrooms no every spring we get a lot of rain in Minnesota and I always find these brown mushrooms growing in my yard especially when we get a lot of rain now the problem is mushrooms are really hard to identify I am not a psychologist I can't identify mushrooms well and I will disclose I'm a mushroom hunter I love to hunt for morale mushrooms but they're spongy cap is so hard to confuse with any other type of mushroom so I feel very comfortable hunting from around mushrooms however when it comes to mushrooms depending on where you live in the United States the majority of mushrooms are often but nine but there's a small percentage that can be deadly even the humans so I always tell people never eat a mushroom unless it comes in a styrofoam container from a supermarket because identifying poisonous mushrooms can be really difficult the biggest one that we worry about that are dangerous to dogs cats and humans is that am I need a mushroom these can actually is because the V. or liver failure there's actually five main types of mushrooms that are poisonous and they all work by different ways now again the am I need a mushroom is the most dangerous and that's the one that causes severe liver failure I actually have heard of the humans needing liver transplants because the Yemeni that is so dangerous these are often called death cap death angel mushrooms and sometimes they look really read one. animals and humans not to eat them but some and we need to look like just white regular button mushrooms so again if you can't identify mushrooms you always want to remove them from your yard and make sure your dog cat or human doesn't get into one another type of mushroom contains something called Mascarene and these would result in what we costs large signs that's the acronym S. L. U. D. G. E. stands for salivation lacrimation urination diarrhea and this will cause clinical signs in humans when they get into one it's really similar to organic phosphate or carbamate chemicals and that's similar to the axe gas or seven gas so chemical warfare we want to make sure to keep these motions at a reach but the good thing is there is an antidote atropine for this type of mushroom ingestion another type of mushroom is the false morale these kind of look like moral mushrooms but thankfully these are gonna kill you or your dog or cat they can cause profuse vomiting and diarrhea however another type of mushroom is a category that just resulting gastrointestinal irritation or dog or cat might have some vomiting and diarrhea but thankfully most the signs go away after one to two days the last category hallucinogenic mushrooms these are life threatening these are what a lot of people take a list at Lee but when dogs and cats get into them it can cause walking drunk abnormal behavior howling abnormal I've movements so you we want to make sure to keep all mushrooms at a reach I say because mushers are so hard to identify as a veterinarian I have to treat mushroom poisoning or mushroom ingestion as worst case scenario in other words if your dog comes in for eating a couple mushrooms in the backyard we still ideally want to treat them and hospo I sound and that's because I'm worried it could be that deadly am I need a mushroom that causes liver failure most the time with mushroom ingestion. I can induce vomiting give charcoal to bind up that poison from the stomach and intestines then I'm gonna treatment IV fluids stomach protect and liver protect and anti vomiting medication and monitor blood work for typically one to two days then next spring poise and I wanted to talk about our fertilizers now thankfully if you're about to fertilize your lawn and you apply and scatter those little pellets onto your grass most of the time it's not going to be a big deal for your dog or cat unless your dog gets into the whole container of it if you look at the chemical ingredients on a lot of fertilizers the happy scary looking chemical names and numbers like ten ten twenty thankfully those numbers usually represent the amount of natural elements in it so nitrogen Otash things like that thankfully those rarely resulted in issue however there are certain types of fertilizers that can't contain insecticides and that means it kills in sacks and very rarely that can cause central nervous system signs like walking drunk and rarely tremors or seizures so I would say if you are going to put fertilizer down make sure its water down into the ground or if it's a wet product then it's dried and make sure that we store open containers of fertilizers out of reach the bigger danger that I see is actually something called organic fertilizers organic typically means that it contains a carbon molecule in it and most of the time when you see an organic fertilizer it's because it's got crushed up dead things in it now a lot of people will choose an organic fertilizer because I think it's more natural but it's actually organic fertilizers that I worry about being more dangerous and more poisonous to dogs and rarely cats most of the organic fertilizers I see out there are bone meal blackmail or fish meal this means it's typically crushed up bone from farm animals it's D. hydrated blood in the. all natural sources of nitrogen which is good for the soil however as you can imagine the smell terrible in Labrador retrievers love to eat them so most of the time dogs don't want to.

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"vomiting" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"vomiting" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Vomit ego men on wan go. I love spreads. So. He then me Khuda fun. Maybe that's done so SO room. Bob wena. Egwa? I love the remix were getting. Angeliki show from her album Celia Cruz that was Angelique live microphone badeah from released on April ninety you said something you don't speak Spanish. No, I don't how did you. Learn the words did you learn phonetically? Did you did you investigate what they actually mean? Or was this? The rhythm thing is. I am passionate about long witches. Because the language of people wouldn't speak languages, and you speak a little bit of the language you understand the way the brain function, and you have a better corporate conversation at communication with them. And I learned Latin in school, and I learned German and French and English school in Greek also because I was doing literature. So for me, it's it's it's diff- difficult to any Latin based language if I listened to against a singing Portuguese too. So I start learning the song. Not frenetically, but we didn't. And on the standing by seeing it. So if I don't understand something I asked my dream, my roommate's from Chile. So he explained to me this one you don't pronounce it like that. And then I actually get into the language the point where it becomes part of me. And I speak Spanish to me, I understand. But I just have to get myself to speak more because I'm always so afraid to make mistakes that I don't speak, but I want to send very wet and I can answer in English. And I think that from now on I'm already sticking, my my my Spanish less on Indore lingo, because I I really want to speak Spanish to to not only to the public. But also for little children on the stand. Because right now, what is going on? We haven't a lot of children of this world that not that doesn't understand in which we live in in. What can we give them as a lesson? How can we empower them to be proud of their own culture too, proud of food. There are enough to be bullied around. And speaking the language can allow me to speak to the children in in in their own way in them on the stand that it's okay to be different. It's okay. To have a different language. You have to be proud of your culture, you can learn over language, but never forget where you come from. And that's the lesson. I learned from from Syria to my guess is Angela key Joe on this record show. Indigo cello. Involve how does she get involved? She getting because we met her. In at enough see jazz festival and now was like, I'm working city crews album city. That's for you reggae. You wanna pay? Yes. Come on. On that. That's how we get. She goes as bass, she's amazing player..

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"vomiting" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"vomiting" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Of vomiting and cats that can be more serious and even hairballs are not technically normal common. Feline diseases that caused vomiting can include things you might not suspects like kidney disease and diabetes. Only vet can tell you for sure cats can even get stomach, but these can be life threatening for them summer prevented by common vaccine. So be sure that your cat is current on all the ones recommended by your bed. The bottom line is that a normal cat should not vomit more than occasionally. So all cases of recurrent vomiting should be investigated. For more information on how to take great care of your pets lift me up on the web at Applebrook animal dot com. You've been listening to talk with Dr Catherine. G P is an all natural formula proven to help aging pets with joint and mobility problems. It goes to work quickly providing vital nutrients to the joint while we're versing effects of age some people see results in as little as seven days. Don't let your dog struggle. Another day hall, eight hundred five to one zero five four three or visit GP for pets dot com and enter the code work W O arts. Hey for twenty five percent off your first order and free shipping. Molly. Here's your dinner. Food. Don't let that happen to your precious cat elevate your cat's eating experience with the cat tree. Trae the cat tree. Trae keeps your cats food off the floor and convenient located on the cat tree. It's the perfect way to eat. It's a beautiful wrought iron trae that easily attaches to your cattery at keeps dogs and other critters out of your cats dish a must for multi bet households. There's six inch trae for large bowls and a four inch trae for smaller balls her. Just your cat. Treats rate today. Go right now to cat tree. Trae dot com. That's cat tree. Trae dot com. C A T T R E T R A Y dot com..

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"vomiting" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

08:09 min | 2 years ago

"vomiting" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"How they might tell the difference between us she vomited or oh, I need to go to see Dr buyers at the ER. Sure. Well, you're hitting one of my hot button issues because I'm sure all of your listeners have heard and maybe believes that TAT's just vomit occasionally. And that's just not true in the way. I like to emphasize that point is people. Don't just vomit randomly for no reason at all. There's always. Reason behind it. You caught a virus? You went out and partied too much the night before you're sick. There's always a reason the same holds true for cats. There's always a reason that a cat vomited. It just may not be a life threatening reason it may not be an emergency situation. It could just be a hairball in. That's okay. If your cat vomits up a hairball at three in the morning in his otherwise fine. I'm gonna tell you to go back to sleep, but not come in and visit me in the emergency room because you've cats probably fine. And we don't need to use those financial resources that are so precious in the emergency room. But if you take a step back, and you have a vomiting kitty and they're vomiting multiple times. Or they have other red flags that are going up for you like they're hiding in the house. There are less. They're not eating you're noticing weight loss. Those are red flags for me that there's something more serious going on. And they should be evaluated by a veterinarian as soon as possible. What I don't want to do is wait three weeks three months to seek veterinary. Attention the best way to avoid an emergency. With the veterinary emergency room is to follow the recommendations of your primary care doctor regarding preventative healthcare. So that you're taking steps to proactively prevent an emergency. As often as possible in vomiting is one of those classic scenarios and veterinary medicine where in the emergency room the Austin here pet parents say when asked how long has your pet vomiting? Oh, it's been going on for about a month. Well, if I'm being completely honest, the cap probably should have been. Valuated a lot sooner than a month into the specific problem and not at the so I wait three days, if your cat is vomiting multiple times, you come and see me and do it during my regular business hours. Don't have to send you to the ER. I mean, no offense. Dr by it's true, though. And I when I send a patient home, and hopefully, I do that more often than not I jokingly but not so jokingly say no offense MRs Jones, but I hope we never have to meet again. And I actually mean that I never want to see that patient again through my emergency real now, if they just stopped by to say, hi, that's wonderful. But I think every emergency clinician would hope that we never have a patient come through the emergency room where there when needed, but we'd actually be really happy. If patients never needed to come in. Because that means that kids are healthy that means that these kids are doing well, and they're typically doing well because they're following the recommendations of their primary care doctor. So the things that we talked about already. Affect all cats even cats that are strictly indoors and cats that are indoor outdoor or what have you been? There are a couple of things that are more commonly seen in kitties that go outside or get outside things like trauma and toxins, and I don't want to skip over those things because they are important to can you touch on those real quick. Yeah. Absolutely. So another very common type of patient. That's presented to the emergency room is the cat. That's been hit by motor vehicle or the cat that has been attacked by some type of wild animal in their environment. I am based in Omaha Nebraska metropolitan area, surrounded by rural farmland, we have coyotes everywhere, and it is very common for us to see patients cats dogs that are traumatized attacked by coyotes. We have. A large hunting population. Unfortunately, sometimes our cats are caught in the crossfire of gunshots and arrows these obviously don't happen to the indoor kitties. These are truly accidents that happen as a result of kitty being outside. But I think that hopefully, my cat lovers would know that there was traumatized because it had wounds or I think they would know to go to the ER, but I just wanted to touch on those as sometimes the reason that you might be involved. It's a good point that the traumas of the feline world are pretty obvious. You don't need any medical training to see a wound. You don't need medical training to see that that leg shouldn't be in that position. And it's probably broken because the cat was injured by a motor vehicle accident. Those are obvious emergencies. But there are other things that cats get into outside that may not be so obvious or may not affect them immediately. It. Could take a couple of hours for clinical signs to set in and those are some of the various toxins that are outside. And it's not always a chemical that they get into in a garage or in a spill somewhere. Sometimes it's toxic plants that you didn't know was growing in your region and the cats ate it sometimes they get into things around the house. Sometimes you're never going to know what they got into. But the clinical signs when evaluated by a doctor raise concerns that this is most likely a toxin. And the reason I wanted to bring up toxins is one of the most common questions. I get asked by pet parent in the emergency room with patients that are suspected of having an intoxication is what can't you just run a talk screen. Everybody's watched medical dramas like are in Chicago med in any of those drama. Shows on the major television networks, and they hear the term talk screen chance. You just run a touchscreen. No, we can't we can't. They don't exist. We can screen for some toxins like illicit drugs and ethylene glycol, which is antifreeze. But if we were to screen for every possible common toxin with a tax screen, be would spend thousands of dollars sending samples off to laboratories all over the country, and that's not practical. So I want cat owners to know that as much as we understand that it's logical to ask that question and believe me, I think every veterinarian wishes there was such a thing as a tux screen likes are human colleagues get to use. It doesn't exist in veterinary medicine. Listen at least yet in two thousand eighteen. Yeah. And there are new toxins coming onto the scene all the time. So I don't know if it ever will. Well, this has been very informative, and I really appreciate your time. And for everyone out there, you can find out more information about critical care on the veterinary side by finding Dr buyers on critical care Devi 'em. He's on all.

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"vomiting" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

08:06 min | 2 years ago

"vomiting" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"We're fat on Jaffer Pat gone to the dog dumps pet life radio. Well, Dr buyers, I'm so happy to have you here with us today. Thanks for having me docu Prem. I've been looking forward to it. Well, so today is really important because as a general practice veterinarian emergency hair is very important for my patients, and I want all of my my clients, and my listeners to sorta no time did seek help from somebody like you. So I went to launch directly into some of the presenting signs that my my dog lovers might see. And might know our time to call the animal. He are. Let's do it. Okay. So I picked them out. You may disagree. But how about vomiting and the dog? How does my dog loving public know that vomiting is kind of a big deal for dogs? That's a great question. So vomiting happens in every dog. At some point in their life. But there's one situation that I want that parents to know about when it comes to vomiting being a red flag vomiting being an indication to get their dog to the emergency room as quickly as possible in that is vomiting, but the dog doesn't bring anything up. So sometimes we hear that called ratcheting or non-productive vomiting, and the reason that fat is a big red flag for veterinarians. And why I want to be a big red flag for dog owners is because with that type of behavior is seen that makes us very concerned that a dog may be living with an emergency condition called float the medical term for boat. Is gesture Dila tation involve euless, let's break that term down. What does that mean? Well, we often call it G DV dialer. Tation means the stomachs just gonna fill up with gas and food just going to get big in. Volvo means that it's going to flip on itself. So we have two things going on in patients with bloat or GDP. I the stomach it's really big with food and air. And then because of that it twists on itself it flips and win it flips things can't get out either through vomiting or through normal passage into the intestinal tract. That's an absolute emergency for a dog large dogs and giant dogs are over represented for this problem, but it can happen in in the dog. I have seen Yorke's at rat terriers with gastric delegation. So if you're at home in your dog. Dog is vomiting is they're not bringing anything up there doing this nonproductive wretched, then you need to get them to a veterinarian as soon as possible why? Because unfortunately, uncorrected dogs will die. They will die and they will die fairly quickly. And it won't be any fun at all. So yes, if your dog is wrenching seek help immediately. It's not one of those things where you go and Google it. And you look my Facebook page up, and you think you just need to go at they just die that is so true. And I think it's also worth the dog owners out there knowing that effective treatment of gastric delegation volume the required treatment for bloat is surgical and I'm not a surgeon. I don't like placing animals under anesthesia unless absolutely. Necessary. If we're going to effectively treat a patient with bloat, they need emergency surgery. There's no way around it. Excellent point. Well, while we're talking about the gastrointestinal tract. I see a good bit of dogs with diarrhea and diarrhea, you know, it's something I see my general practice, but certain kinds of diarrhea, especially if they happen actor hours really need to see you. Can you talk about that? So diarrhea happens for every dog every person. Let's be honest. We're going to get personal and not every human has diarrhea needs to rush to the emergency room at three in the morning. Same thing holds true for a dog. I don't pretend to that every dog owner likes dealing with diarrhea, but not every dog that has diarrhea needs to go to the emergency room at three in the morning when I do want patients seen by a veterinarian as soon as possible, even if it is at three in the morning is. Win that diarrhea has a couple of characteristics. Those characteristics are either it looks like there's raspberry jam coming out of the hind, Dan. So that raspberry jam is indicative of fresh bleeding coming from the large intestine or colon the other situation where I want animals to bring their dog to the veterinarian as quickly as possible is when the diarrhea is black when it looks like har-, so that raspberry GM diarrhea is medically called mattox in that black Tari diarrhea is called Melania. No, I told you that the raspberry jam looking stuff is because there's been fresh leading into the large intestine. Why is the feces turned black? Why does the poop turn tar like? Well, that's what digested blood looks like in. So what that? Tells us what that tells a veterinarian is there has been some bleeding higher up in the intestinal tract threat the level of the stomach or small intestine, and as that blood has passed through the intestinal track. It's been digested and ultimately manifest as that black color in the feces anytime, I have concerns about leading in the intestinal tract either because of Melania or that Kiza we need to see a veterinarian as quickly as possible. Absolutely. Because I'm with the medical therapy needs to be instituted sooner rather than later. So while we're talking about things that are coming out of the back end. I know that you mentioned that it is important that dog lovers be aware of other kinds of discharges like vaginal discharge on their female dogs. Can you talk about what kind of concerns you about additional discharge? Sure. So in the United States, most female dogs are space they've gone through surgery called an ovarian historic Demy so their uterus and their ovaries have been removed. So they are unable to welp. They're unable to have puppies. But there are breeding bitches they're sweet dogs, but they're the population that I don't wanna see vaginal discharge. I don't wanna see anything coming through the vulva. Why if a intact female dog has discharge coming through the vulva as a veterinarian item concerned about a uterus infection called Hieaux metre, high omega is the big fancy medical way of saying the uterus is full of pus, and it is often considered a surgical emergency. So it's very important for my. Dog-loving listeners to know that vaginal discharge can be a surgical emergency. And that their dog will die. They're not seen so thick help. So we're going to get a quick.

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"vomiting" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

08:03 min | 2 years ago

"vomiting" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"We're fat on Dr Pat gone to the dog dumps pet life radio. Well, Dr buyers, I'm so happy to have you here with us today. Thanks for having me docu Prem. I've been looking forward to it. Well, so today is really important because as a general practice veterinarian emergency care is very important for my patients, and I want all of my my clients, and my listeners to sort a no win time did seek help from somebody like you. So I went to launch directly into some of the presenting signs that my my dog lovers might be. And might know our time to call the animal. You are. Let's do it. Okay. So I picked some out you may disagree. But how about vomiting in the dog? How does my dog loving public know that vomiting is kind of a big deal for dogs? That's a great question. So vomiting happens in every dog. At some point in their life. But there's one situation that I want parents to know about when it comes to vomiting being a red flag vomiting being an indication to get their dog to the emergency room as quickly as possible in that is vomiting, but the dog doesn't bring anything up. So sometimes we hear that called wrenching or non-productive vomiting, and the reason that that is a big red flag for veterinarians. And why I want it to be a big red flag for dog owners is because with that type of behavior is seen that makes us very concerned that a dog may be living with an emergency condition called float the medical term for boat is gestured Dila tation involve euless. So let's break that term down. What does that mean? Well, we often call it g DV dialer. Tation means the stomach's just gonna fill up with gas and food just gonna get big. Volvo s means that it's gonna flip on itself. So we have two things going on in patients with bloat or GDP. I the stomach it's really big with food and air. And then because of that it twists on itself it slips and win it flips things can't get out either through vomiting or through normal passage into the intestinal tract. That's an absolute emergency for a dog large breed dogs. And giant breed dogs are over represented for this problem, but it can happen in any dog. I have seen your keys at rat terriers with gastric Dylan. So if you're at home in your dog is vomiting is they're not bringing anything up there doing this nonproductive. Wretched then you need to get them to a veterinarian as soon as possible why because unfortunately, uncorrected dogs will die. They will die and they will die fairly quickly. And it won't be any fun at all. So yes, if your dog is wrenching seek help immediately. It's not one of those things where you go and Google it. And you look my Facebook page up, and you think you just need to go at they just die that is so true. And I think it's also worth the dog owners out there knowing that effective treatment of gastric delegation. Vargas the required treatment for bloat is surgical. And I'm not a surgeon. I don't like placing animals under anesthesia unless absolutely necessary if we're going to affect treat a patient with bloat they need. Need emergency surgery. There's no way around it. Excellent point. Well, while we're talking about the gastrointestinal tract. I see a good bit of dogs with diarrhea and diarrhea. You know, it's something I see my general practice, but certain kinds of diarrhea, especially if they happen actor hours really need to see you. Can you talk about that? So diarrhea happens for every dog every person. Let's be honest. We're going to get personal and not every human that has diarrhea needs to rush to the emergency room at three in the morning. Same thing holds true for a dog. I don't pretend to that every dog owner likes dealing with diarrhea, but not every dog that has diarrhea needs to go to the emergency room at three in the morning when I do want patients seen by a veterinarian as soon as possible, even if it is at three in the morning is win that diarrhea has a couple of characteristics. Those characteristics are either. It looks like there's raspberry jam coming out of the hind, Dan. So that raspberry jam is indicative of fresh bleeding coming from the large intestine or the colon the other situation where I want animals to bring their dog to the veterinarian as quickly as possible is when the diarrhea is black when it looks like tar so that raspberry GM diarrhea is medically called mattox easier in that black Tari diarrhea is called Melania. Now, I told you that the raspberry jam looking stuff is because there's been fresh bleeding into the large intestine. Why is the feces turned black? Why does the poop turn tar like? Well, that's what digested blood looks like in. So what that tells us what that tells a veterinarian is there has been some bleeding. Higher up in the intestinal tract. He threat the level of the stomach or small intestine, and as that blood has passed through the intestinal track. It's been digested and ultimately manifest as that black color in the feces anytime, I have concerns about leading in the intestinal tract either because of Melania or that meadow Kieza we need to see a veterinarian as quickly as possible. Absolutely. Because I'm with the medical baby needs to be instituted sooner rather than later. So while we're talking about things that are coming out of the back end. I know that you mentioned that it is important that dog lovers be aware of other kinds of discharges. Like badge discharge on their female dogs. Can you talk about what kind of concerns you about discharge? Sure. So in the United States, most female dogs are spayed. They've gone through surgery called an ovarian historic Demy so their uterus and their ovaries have been removed. So they are unable to welp. They're unable to have puppies. But there are breeding bitches they're sweet dogs, but they're the population that I don't wanna see discharge. I don't wanna see anything coming through the vulva. Why if a intact female dog has discharge coming through the Volva as a veterinarian I am concerned about a uterus. Infection called Hieaux metre Pyo. Mitchell is the big fancy medical way of saying the uterus is full of pus, and it is often considered a surgical emergency. So it's very important for my dog loving listeners to know that vaginal discharge can be a surgical emergency. And that their dog will die if they're not.

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"vomiting" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

08:03 min | 2 years ago

"vomiting" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"We're fat on Jaffe cats gone to the dog at life radio. Well, Dr buyers, I'm so happy to have you here with us today. Thanks for having me docu prim. I've been looking forward to it. Well, so today is really important because as a general practice veterinarian emergency hair is very important for my patients, and I want all of my my clients. And my listeners just sorta no is time did seek help from somebody like you. So I went to launch directly into some of the presenting signs that my my dog lovers might see. And might know our time to call the animal. He are. Let's do it. Okay. So I picked them out. You may disagree. But how about vomiting in the dog? How does my dog loving public know that vomiting is kind of a big deal for dogs? That's a great question. So vomiting happens in every dog. At some point in their life. But there's one situation that I want parents to know about when it comes to vomiting being a red flag vomiting being an indication to get their dog to the emergency room as quickly as possible in that is vomiting, but the dog doesn't bring anything. So sometimes we hear that called wretch ING or non-productive vomiting, and the reason that that is a big red flag for veterinarians. And why I want it to be a big red flag for dog owners is because with that type of behavior is seen that makes us very concerned that a dog may be living with an emergency condition called float the medical term for bloat is jazz strick Dila tation involve euless. So let's break that term down. What does that mean? Well, we often call it G DV dilute. Means the stomachs just gonna fill up with gas or food just gonna get big and evolve Ulis means that it's gonna flip on itself. So we have two things going on in patients with bloat or GDP. I the stomach it's really big with food and air. And then because of that it twists on itself it slips and win it slips things can't get out either through vomiting or through normal passage into the intestinal tract. That's an absolute emergency for a dog large breed dogs. And giant breed dogs are over represented for this problem, but it can happen in any dog. I have seen Yorke's and rat terriers with gastric dilatot involved. So if you're at home in your dog. Dog is vomiting is they're not bringing anything up there doing this nonproductive wretched, then you need to get them to a veterinarian as soon as possible why? Because unfortunately, uncorrected dogs will die. They will die and they will die fairly quickly. And it won't be any fun at all. So yes, if your dog is wrenching seek help immediately. It's not one of those things where you go and Google it. And you look my Facebook page up, and you think you just need to go at they just die that is so true. And I think it's also worth the dog owners out there knowing that effective treatment of gastric delegation populus the required treatment for bloat is surgical. And I'm not a surgeon. I don't like placing animals under anesthesia unless absolutely. Necessary. If we're going to effectively treat a patient with bloat, they need emergency surgery. There's no way around it. Excellent point. Well, while we're talking about the gastrointestinal tract. I see a good bit of dogs with diarrhea and diarrhea, you know, it's something I see my general practice, but certain kinds of diarrhea, especially if they happen actor hours really need to see you. Can you talk about that? So diarrhea happens for every dog every person. Let's be honest. We're gonna get personal and not every human that has diarrhea needs to rush to the emergency room at three in the morning. Same thing holds true for a dog. I don't pretend to that every dog owner likes dealing with diarrhea, but not every dog that has diarrhea needs to go to the emergency room at three in the morning when I do want patients seen by a veterinarian as soon as possible, even if it is at three in the morning is. Win that diarrhea has a couple of characteristics. Those characteristics are either it looks like there's raspberry jam coming out of the hind, Dan. So that raspberry jam is indicative of fresh believing coming from the large intestine or the colon the other situation where I want animals to bring their dog to the veterinarian as quickly as possible is when the diarrhea is black when it looks like tar so that raspberry GM diarrhea is medically called motto Kiza in that black Tari diarrhea is called Melania. Now, I told you that the raspberry jam looking stuff is because there's been fresh leading into the large intestine. Why is the feces turn black? Why does the poop turn tar like? Well, that's what digested blood looks like in. So what that? Tells us what that tells a veterinarian is there has been some bleeding higher up in the intestinal tract. He threat the level of the stomach or small intestine, and as that blood has passed through the intestinal track. It's been digested and ultimately manifest as that black color in the feces anytime, I have concerns about leading in the intestinal tract either because of Melania or that Kiza we need to see a veterinarian as quickly as possible. Absolutely. Because I'm with the medical therapy needs to be instituted sooner rather than later. So while we're talking about things that are coming out of the back end. I know that you mentioned that it is important that dog lovers be aware of other kinds of discharges. Like badge discharge on their female dogs. Can you talk about what kind of concerns you about a vaginal discharge? Sure. So in the United States, most female dogs are space they've gone through surgery called an ovarian historic Demy so their uterus and their ovaries have been removed. So they're able to welp they're unable to have puppies. But there are breeding bitches they're sweet dogs, but they're the population that I don't wanna see vaginal discharge. I don't wanna see anything coming through the vulva. Why if intact female dog has discharge coming through the vulva as a veterinarian I'm concerned about a uterus? Infection called Hieaux metre Pyo maitre is the big fancy medical way of saying the uterus is full of pus, and it is often considered a surgical emergency. So it's very important for my. Dog-loving listeners to know that vaginal discharge can be a surgical emergency. And that their dog will die if they're not seeing.

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"vomiting" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

18:08 min | 2 years ago

"vomiting" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Mornings at nine on WCBS and wcbMcom. Okay. Welcome back. Our final hour here with Clint Werner as we talk about marijuana gateway to health would can we still get your book Clinton's at available through Amazon is the best way right now. Always the best way. Isn't it? Well, it seems so I sure sometimes wish I had a kind of beezus has taken tell you now in terms of what you're doing in this field. What is that? Well in terms of what I'm doing now. Yeah. I actually well. My spouse is a researcher. So I'm encouraging that and. I write occasionally for different outlets personally. I'm on a different project now working on a book on dogs dogs. Yeah. What's what's the theme? How dogs and wolves became dogs and domesticated us interesting. Unlike that once almost done, I want you back on when that's ready. Oh, I'm I'm pretty obsessed with it. So I hope by the end of the year. Okay. You keep in touch with us on that. Would you doors cannabis can women who are pregnant take it? Okay. There is a touchy issue because I have actually a relative who had severe vomiting during her pregnancy pregnancy related emphasis, and she was hit could not hold down food and was looking at likely having a miscarriage, I think she had actually had one before. And this would have been a second. And she used small amounts of snow. Cannabis during her pregnancy, and it saved her pregnancy and her son is healthy. Happy active wonderful human being now well into his twenties. So the key is. These these molecules can have annoys do have influence on aspects of. Fertility and they can amplify it in some cases, suppress it in some cases. And you just always want to err on the side of caution. I would say in pregnancy. So as a medicine small amounts are not probably going to cause any problem large amount. You know, there's instances of roster far ins and other people using fairly significant amounts of not having problems. I just always kind of wary of having anything external alcohol. Sure just to be safe. See? Yeah. You know, you're creating a human being, and that's very important. How good is marijuana for combating Alzheimer's disease? It looks pretty remarkable. Once again, there's renewed because the stone her the dull witted, forgetful Stoner is a stereotype that's persisted for. For a long time. But the irony in that is that these compounds that can have annoyed seem to block some of the degenerative processes that are involved with Alzheimer's, Alzheimer's. What's to come from? Degenerative. Influx into the brain of inflammatory compounds and the response in a and some of these ageing these compounds build up within the brain and cause damage where the connections are sort of dissolved or misdirected, and then there's incidents who are this plaque Alzheimer's plaque builds up, and it's pretty remarkable that that THC especially seems to act almost like it's been suggested as scrubbing bubble against Alzheimer's plaque and can change the environment in the brain dial it down so that it's not so conducive to developing Alzheimer's. There's a researcher Gary winked, I believe in Ohio, and he w Ian k and he's said that, you know, small doses could be a really affect. Active way to take our rate of Alzheimer's down in this country, not even getting high, but just small doses on a regular basis will block this whole cascade of negative pathology for a politician who comes out in support of this either for medicinal purposes or recreational is that the political kiss of death or does he get reelected or what? I think it's the opposite about now. I, you know, of course, it depends on your area of the country, and what your affiliation has. But George visa affects have really as since the state programs the effects of these compounds these an additional marijuana compounds have had a huge huge reach. And it crosses boundaries into all levels. And ideologies, you know, get feeling better doesn't care if you're a Republican or democrat, it's going to work and one thing a lot of veterans who have come back with a whole variety of either muscular skeletal problems or certain PTSD, and or some who have been exposed to toxic agents that have caused problems a lot of these folks have. Have found relief from their problems. And you know, it's a pretty good testimony. When you get a vet telling us that it works for them when they've been injured or damaged in service to the country, and they're saying this works. That's a good testimony. Sure is okay. Let's go to the phones. Now, let's pick it up by going to Kelly in Long Beach, California to get started high Cal go ahead. Yes. Gentlemen. Great to talk to you tonight. George. Thank you. Thank you for having. Clint back on. A great story. So about six years ago at Clinton, I think you're on when your book first came out with George Jesse went. I remember listening to this show. I'm a natural health practitioner myself, and I was really in disbelief, and I got your book I had to read a few times. And it wasn't until I met somebody that I actually advised them to get some cannabis and she had lung cancer. And the next time I saw her about a year later, she was in remission, and she said it was the cannabis, and I was had been trying to get her cannabis oil like the Rick Simpson oil. I haven't been able to. So that's when the dots really connected for me. And I know you have the same experience Clint with in your book, you talk about how you couldn't believe the studies you were fighting and the cognitive dissonance involved with the subject is so strong that it's been out there in plain sight and. I teach classes on this now and the practitioners. They're still amazed. They still can't fully believe it, and it takes so much to come through. But I wanted to thank you so much for your research because you tell the story in your buck. How you hurt us heard a radio report about industry and kicking how cannabis could be affected for it? And that leads you to your research. That's what Rick Simpson did keep I heard a report from the seventies about working with cancer. How government study that have been suppressed, and he also put it together for his own cancer. And he came up with the oil that way. And I think it's just amazing that I to hurt your radio interview. And I've developed a course now teach practitioners cancer and twenty eight other conditions that I have to tell you Rik click, really quick. I work with a local collective, and we have cancer patients and their regularly in remission after three or four months. So it's when you see it. It's one thing to read about it. What you see it actually in front of you? And the people, you know, and it's doing this. It's amazing, and it's God's gift, and I thank you so much clip. Well, there you go. That's great. Yeah. Thank you for that. That's some of the great feedback. I get and happy days in my life. Or when I get a call or an Email from a physician who said, I didn't believe this until I read your book, and now I'm incorporating it into my practice, and my patients are benefiting do they sell marijuana supplements like pills? Oh, yeah. There's if you go to a dispensary a good dispensary. I guess some are restricted and other states, and and it's very difficult. I haven't been to a lot of those. But here in California, or you know, Oregon and Washington when I go to one they have. Capsules a have tinctures. They have only moments they have bombs for topical use on sore muscles, and for irritated skin, like some people, you know, they have radiation treatment, they get inflamed skin. And they have bombed that works on that. There's all sorts of varieties of medicinal that you can get capsules pills, different strengths and compositions. Whether it's THC dominant are CBD. It's really quite amazing. What's taken off with this? This whole world of cannabis. Let's go to Brian in Indianapolis, Indiana. Hi, brian. Go ahead. Hey, George good after good afternoon. He their kid morning. Hey, glenn. How are you? I'm great. How are you doing? Good good. Hey, listen, our state legislature. They're wrestling with the. Medical marijuana issue right now. And sometimes they're alter conservatism gets the back better. I haven't been I'm sure they're gonna mess it up. But anyway, my question is really about this the native Americans and have you researched or studied there usually give marijuana the Peoria button mushrooms back in the day. And if you have can you tell us a little bit about what we've learned from them as as as this has been, you know, coming dab it. We all know that. That's just marijuana is has very good municipal use for everybody. So George good show. Good good topic. And I'll take my answer off there guarded. Go ahead Clinton, also Iowa. Oh, yeah. Go down in South America. Now what I understand is that for the native Americans here in North America. There was no native cannabis plant here. It came with the Spanish, sailors when they came over and had contact and down in South America, and generally it because it grows well in in the types of they had grew really well and was Equatorial regions. And then migrated up, you know, further north into Mexico, and then migrated with the Mexicans up into North America and really found a home in the early twentieth century, and the jazz culture, and that was sort of where it kinda filtered into the American world other than it was. Already medicinal there were there were but in terms of recreational or social use that was kind of came up through there. Yeah. The the native Americans didn't seem to have a history of cannabis use because it just wasn't a plant that was here there peyote. That's another story and. Certainly Iowa Oscar down in the combination of vine leaf down in South America. What do you prefer smoking tinctures? Personally. I like I like smoking. And this is what I caution people about especially I should probably get a little advice to the naive people who may go to a legal state and try it or your folks don't do this at home, right? Yeah. You know, be careful I say, try smoking or vaping a little bit of whole cannabis the traditional way because these concentrates are really really strong even the cannabis today strong. When I started it when we were getting Columbia, and it was probably five to eight percent THC, then the more locally grown, Cincinnati became popular. And that was probably about twelve fifteen percent TAC. I've got a jar right here that I got it the dispensary. I it's twenty three point one percent THC. So if someone said that if they had made the kind of horticultural progress with grapes, they would be. The size to watermelons now as they've done with cannabis. So people need to be careful because what I want people to think about is. When you I use it one effects. You can get is a loss of consciousness. Really? Yeah. I actually had that happened recently. It was someone who had used it before. But he had not used in a while. I was at a class reunion for my college. And so buds, and I decided to go out after we had our, you know, luncheon and everything and have a little puff together. And a fellow came with us from another class, and he had not smoked in a while. And he took like one puff and we looked over. And he was just sprawled out on the on a RV sofa, you know, and people were panicking. But I knew that, you know, it would be alright he just needed something like some fruit juice to get his blood sugar up and a little time. And but that's the can dish. You want to be aware of is you don't want to be standing up and then take timber. These is seated and be careful because you can get what's called a head rush. When you stand up it has to do with the blood pressure. You know, it it can lower the blood pressure a little, and so be very careful about that. That's the one concern. I usually have for people starting to smoke and eating it. You can really get away me. Here's the thing. You really can't can't you. Yeah. When you eat it goes through the liver and deliver converts an inactive can have into an active can have annoyed. So you actually get a deeper heavier high from eating then you do smoking it. And so just be careful and be aware of that. Because I always say that, you know, marijuana cannot kill you. But if you get too much, you might wish you were Dead Sea, really unpleasant, Stephen truck driving in Virginia. First time. Caller. Hi, stephen. Hey, george. How's it going? Okay, sir. Thank you. So my question is can't see BB. Did you take in a drug test? I believe it can be. I don't know if anyone is testing for it because it's not been an agent of what you would call intoxication if it has t h c it'll show up. Yeah. THC shows up. That's the one they're looking for the metabolite of THC actually through the urine. It's at comes through them. What it breaks down into is the sort of key to us. But I don't think anyone's testing for THC. I would say that. I mean, I d- the drug test. We need to have is to make sure that people have enough levels of these compounds in their bodies working for their health. This is a relatively new right now. It's a new science, isn't it? Well, it is because I it's just fascinating the whole story of how this was suppressed because of, you know, resistance to the effects of the high and the whole agenda and racism was sort of tied up in their using racism to get this law passed against cannabis with and Slinger back in the thirties. And then to have it rediscovered because it was all very serendipitous. You know, it was taken out of the pharmacopoeia when it was made illegal. So it was just in absentia in terms of healing for decades and decades, and then you get this guy Robert Randall, he decided to go to a friend's house and smoke a joint and on the way home he notices that. His vision is improved. He has glaucoma, and he starts to experiment finds out at works. The government for taking oughta drops. Now, don't they? There are some some. I think they're trying to formulate some drops from THC for that. But that was you know, we were off to the races. Once he found out at work and then. You know, other different kinds of nerve ailment patients came along and then aids hit, and boy, we really found out how effective it is..

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"vomiting" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

08:02 min | 2 years ago

"vomiting" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"We're fat on Justice, Pat. Dawn to the dog dumps pet life radio. Well, Dr buyers, I'm so happy to have you here with us today. Thanks for having me, Dr Prem I've been looking forward to it. Well, so today is really important because as a general practice veterinarian emergency hair is very important for my patients, and I want all of my my clients, and my listeners to sorta know when it's time to seek help from somebody like you. So I went to launch directly into the presenting signs that my my dog lovers might see. And might know our time to call the animal. He are. Let's do it. Okay. So I pick some out you may disagree. But how about vomiting and a dog? How does my dog loving public know that vomiting is kind of a big deal for dogs? That's a great question. So vomiting happens in every dog at. Some point in their life. But there's one situation that I want pet parents to know about when it comes to vomiting being a red flag vomiting being an indication to get their dog to the emergency room as quickly as possible in that is vomiting, but the dog doesn't bring anything. So sometimes we hear that called ratcheting or non-productive vomiting, and the reason that fat is a big red flag for veterinarians. And why I want it to be a big red flag for dog owners is because with that type of behavior is seen that makes us very concerned that a dog may be living with an emergency condition called float the medical term for bloat is jazz. Strick Dila involve euless, let's break that term down. What does that mean? Well, we often call it g DV dialer. Station means the stomachs just gonna fill up with gas and food just gonna get sick. And Vall feeless means that it's going to flip on itself. So we have two things going on in patients with bloat or GDP first stomach. It's really big with food and air. And then because of that it twists on itself it slips and win it slips things can't get out either through vomiting or through normal passage into the intestinal tract. That's an absolute emergency for a dog large dogs. Giant breed dogs are over represented for this problem, but it can happen in any dog. I have seen your keys at rat terriers with gastric delegation. So if you're at home in your dog. Is vomiting in. They're not bringing anything up there doing this nonproductive wretched, then you need to get them to a veterinarian as soon as possible why? Because unfortunately, uncorrected dogs will die. They will die and they will die fairly quickly. And and it won't be any fun at all. So yes, if your dog is wrenching seek help immediately. It's not one of those things where you go and Google it. And you look my Facebook page up, and you think you just need to go at they just die that is so true. And I think it's also worth the dog owners out there knowing that effective treatment of gastric, delegation fog, the required treatment for bloat is surgical. And I'm not a surgeon. I don't like placing animals under anesthesia unless absolutely necessary if we're going to effectively treat a patient with bloat, they need emergency surgery. There's no way around it. Excellent point. Well, while we're talking about the gastrointestinal tract. I see a good bit of dogs with diarrhea and diarrhea. You know, it's something I see my general practice, but certain kinds of diarrhea, especially if they happen after hours really need to see you. Can you talk about that? So diarrhea happens for every dog every person. Let's be honest. We're gonna get personal and not every human that has diarrhea needs to rush to the emergency room at three in the morning. Same thing holds true for a dog. I don't pretend to that every dog owner likes dealing with diarrhea, but not every dog that has diarrhea needs to go to the emergency room at three in the morning when I do want patients seen by a veterinarian as soon as possible, even if it is at three in the morning is win that diarrhea has a couple of characteristics. Those characteristics are either it looks like there's raspberry jam coming out of the hind, Dan. So that raspberry jam is indicative of fresh bleeding coming from the large intestine or the colon the other situation where I want. Animals to bring their dog to the veterinarian as quickly as possible is when the diarrhea is black when it looks like tar, so that raspberry GM diarrhea is medically called mattox in that black Tari diarrhea is called Melania. Now, I told you that the raspberry jam looking stuff is because there's been fresh leading into the large intestine. Why is the feces turned black? Why does the poop turn tar like? Well, that's what chested blood looks like in. So what that tells us what that tells a veterinarian is there has been some bleeding higher up in the intestinal tract. He threat the level of the stomach or small intestine, and as that blood has passed through the intestinal track. It's been digested and ultimately manifest. As that black color in the feces anytime, I have concerns about leading in the intestinal tract either because of Melania or that we need to see a veterinarian as quickly as possible. Absolutely. Because I'm with the medical therapy needs to be instituted sooner rather than later. So while we're talking about things that are coming out of the back end. I know that you mentioned that it is important that dog lovers be aware of other kinds of discharge vaginal discharge on their female dogs. Can you talk about what kind of concerns you about discharge? Sure. So in the United States, most female dogs are space they've gone through surgery called an ovarian historic Demy so their uterus and their ovaries have been removed. So they are unable to welp. They're unable to have puppies. But there are breeding bitch. They're sweet dogs. But they're the population that I don't wanna see vaginal discharge. I don't wanna see anything coming through the vulva. Why if a intact female dog has discharge coming through the Volva as a veterinarian I'm concerned about a uterus infection called higher metre high. Oh, maitre is the big fancy medical way of saying the uterus is full of pus, and it is often considered a surgical emergency. So it's very important for my dog loving listeners to know that vaginal discharge can be a surgical emergency. And that their dog will die if.

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"vomiting" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

11:00 min | 2 years ago

"vomiting" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Or easy. And you can join us here. Live to talk about we want to talk about. I do want to talk about one of the effects often of thanksgiving and holidays coming up, and we're gonna talk about it in the second half of the show, and that is a subject that he's probably near and dear to me. But you guys don't like it your dogs hate it. Your cats hate it that vomiting, and the reason is that it's one of those symptoms that probably has more reasons for it happening almost any. Other symptom that we see, and it is probably the most misunderstood and from your perspective as pet parents probably the one of the most frightening, and it doesn't necessarily have to be. So we're gonna talk about that. And a lot of mistakes that people make when it comes to vomiting, and and the fear and what they're doing about it. It's cetera. So many questions about your vomiting pet. Why Dave what happens and what you should do about it? If it happens at home, and some weird, our and more importantly what you shouldn't do about it. So anyway, we'll talk about that second half of the show. Once again, I like to go through some news items. I guess maybe pizza thanksgiving week David May took a little time off. But I didn't see many many new posts. But I did see a few that that kind of struck my fancy number one, which is no surprise to any of us who are animal fanatics. And that is that pet ownership continues to climb. Now fifty seven percent of all households in nited states is a survey completed in two thousand sixteen the whole thing was just published. All the data was collected. So just, you know, this is it's it's even more this past year two thousand seventeen but fifty seven percent of all households have pets thirty eight percent one or more dogs. Cats was a close second with about twenty five percent of the households. But it was interesting. It's also what they call exotic or specialty pets, for example. I'll I'll read the list did no particular order just say, no. But what is are becoming continually popular fish ferrets rabbits, hamsters, man? I'm one of those. I. Statistic. Guinea, pigs gerbils turtles, snakes, lizards, poultry, livestock and amphibians. So there were more than thirteen percent of households two thousand sixteen which is up twenty five percent for two thousand eleven and the average dog owner visits veterinarian three times a year my opinion, that's probably not enough, but they do it anyway, and the cat is not not far behind at two point four times per year. So and those are definitely up because the number for cats used to be like one point eight two three times years. But I mean, it's good for Mr. standpoint to know as we as we are determining costs, and what we need to have. And how many times we're going to see a patient? How often we should send reminders is to know that three times a year is pretty much the standard the average and four I actually thought it was going to be higher. Let's put it this way. There are more households in America. That have pets or with children. So always boggles my mind when it's so difficult to get some real media attention when it comes to our pets when they're more pets in the US than their case more households have pets than they have kids and yet there's so much. I, you know, kids this and kids that and commercials and stuff about kids. I mean, the way I got actually in the media years and years and years ago was because there were no like public service announcement there were public service announcement about cancer and self examination and smoking, and you never saw PSA a public service announcement when it came to pets, and I went to the ABA which is very slow to move. And I told them that I'm out in California. And I and I practice in Los Angeles. And I have some clients that are that are agents in media, and they could help if you if you're interested. I'd be happy to help. I could help right things and whatever, and I was a new graduate at the time. And and I got this very condescending shirt sunny, but we got you covered. What we're taking care of it. Oh, great. I said that's fantastic need any connections. Let me know, I waited and waited and waited and waited some more and zero zilch. And I finally said, you know, something guys, screw you. I am going to do it myself, and I wrote a video series which ended up through the luck of one of these friends of mine who was an agent at creative CA Creative Artists Agency. And got me a guest spot on events indicated talk show called our magazine. And I did the segment I they wanted to talk about the video series. I didn't really want to talk about video series because I felt it was kind of like an author when author writes a book, and they're on one of those morning shows when did they get to come back on when their next book, I wasn't planning doing another video series. So I need to come up with some way. Maybe I can do this and have it sort of be a little more lasting. So I can get some good information out there. So I said, well who is the Gary Collins was the host and the co host that day some of you might chuckle if you remember him some of you probably don't even have never even heard of him. His name was Dom deluise and Dom deluise was a comedian. And he was cute. I mean let. For lack of a better term. We'll just say obese. But he used to joke about his weight all the time. I thought oh my God. How perfect is Dom deluise is funny. And and his no. No shame about his size and likes to talk about it. Why don't we talk about obesity? I said, you know, what why don't we do segment on obesity, and it would be it would really be cool to to talk about that. Because it's number one nutritional affecting pets. So I bring it on my very stealth beautiful labrador. Gary Collins had a kind of I would say the lab was over obese. But he was certainly overweight, and we did a segment on obesity and with Dom de Luise. It was really funny at one point. I'm showing Gary how much food he should be feeding to his pack his lap and dump jobs looks at the bowl it goes. But that's all she gets angry at meeting. He goes I'm eating with our. He just wanted to you know, he could stand not eating. But anyway, the segment went really, well and sure enough the producer payment. I wanted and says that was great would you like to do this again? I said so sure enough I became the resident vet on that show. And then that's kind of how my media's career snowballed, and I started from one show to another show to another after that. But the bottom line is, you know, there was not enough information. Now, we're getting more and more. I look even though I hate doctor. I should say I am concerned about Dr Google because a lot of the information you get out there. It's almost like there's news pieces where they take something. It's relatively simple at Mason station, allies it and make it sound like oh my God. And that's what happens in veterinary medicine. That's what happens in the news. So he you read about a symptom which vomiting at the end of the show, and you freak you absolutely frequent you they tell you all these things could be those those esoteric weird things that's not the norm, and you don't have to freak. So anyway, it's good that we are, you know, have more households. We are learning and seeing their more shows on TV about pets and pet care. I think which is great. So. Anyway, I want to see that number up. I didn't like fifty seven percent. I want one hundred percent of having pets. So that's that's our goal. We have to make sure that you know, people start really really embracing their pets next up wintertime. It's coming. It's getting cold. The days are shorter. It's colder out there. And interestingly dogs, really kind of like something about the cold weather, and what it is is that we know their noses are amazing. They have forty count that forty times the nasal receptors that we have we have about five million two hundred million. They can smell things they can smell it individual things of things. We can't even spell the whole thing. I mean, it's amazing. So during cold weather with the cold, and the dryness it turns out that a lot of sense in the sense that they are more accelerated their sharper for the. So they love walking around the snow and ice. Thanks. They can sniff even more which is kinda cool. But actually, it's cold. But you got to be careful when I recommend time because you're gonna take your dog spend more time outdoors and the like. Go outdoors if they're small or very short coated, let them wear a sweater. It's okay. It looks a little funny that they'd be laughed at but will keep them warm. I they do lose a lot of their heat to the outdoor temperature when it's really cold. And also look for some booty something to protect their feet, not only from the coal, but also from the de icing chemicals and things they put on to these snow on the ice on the sidewalk on the streets etcetera, and those can be very very irritating to their feet. So you want to protect the pause as well. And this is really cool. I read this. I love these guys are stories, and for those of you that are active in your animal, welfare groups organizations or rescue groups. Here's a good one. And that is that in Columbus, Ohio. There is a group. It's a nonprofit called Jiji's shelter for dogs. And what they do is they search around in their areas. So obviously state of Ohio for sure any shelters that are very active that have a lot of foot traffic, but maybe sometimes not as many dogs as they could use. They will pull gods from shelters in smaller towns that don't have the foot traffic. We're dogs are being you fantasize because there's not enough not getting adopted. So they are trying basically doing doggy transfer and are feeding some of the busier shelters and pounds with dogs that are coming from areas where there's not enough traffic not enough people adopting that's kind of cool so sort of their evening out the the playing field. So the busier shelters get more dogs and the chances of being adopted are greater and they've been very very successful. That's when you think about how to sort of spread the wealth, if you will match a great way to do it. So I had to off to GT shelter for dogs. And if you if you know, if you're in an area where there are a lot of people coming into shelters, sometimes the pickings are slim, but which is great, but let's get the dogs from other shelters where they're just too many dogs, and there's not enough people to coming through to look for them. And or put a little pressure on your rescue. Groups because what rescue groups do is they comb the shelters, and especially if there's sort of a breed or size Pacific rescue group. They're looking for a particular a particular cross of that dog. So they're going into the shelter shelf. You know, I mean, there was one story that I just saw the other day, which I mean, I told them my daughter is crazy about dogs, and she goes to the shelters German shepherd young they found it roaming, has no I d no nothing. No microchip with a bandage on his leg like a cast. And they're saying that they need someone to want to get this dog rescued, but either busy or they don't have the staff, they're not even going to check the leg. Don't even have a veterinarian associated with them who can at least take the bandage off and bandages should not stand. They need to be checked weekly weekly leave a abandoned John a little too long even two weeks who even a certainly more than two weeks that might be a little too tight. You can take advantage off the butts has been cut off. You didn't even know it. And you have you lose a leg. So it's very important that these managers should be check weekly. So. Those are the kinds of stories if you see stuff like that. And you think you can help in some way, shape or form go for it helped make a phone call. Call your bed. Call a shelter Colo rescue group and see if they can help menu. I.

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"vomiting" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

07:04 min | 2 years ago

"vomiting" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Easy. And you can join us here. Live to talk about whatever you wanna talk about. I do wanna talk about one of the effects often of thanksgiving and holidays coming up, and we're gonna talk about in the second half of the show, and that is a subject that probably near and dear to me. But you guys don't like your dogs hate it. Your cats hate it. That's vomiting, and the reason is that it's one of those symptoms. Probably has more reasons for it happening than almost any other symptom that we see, and it is probably the most misunderstood and from your perspective as pet parents probably the one of the most frightening, and it doesn't necessarily have to be. So we're going to talk about that. And a lot of mistakes that people make when it comes to vomiting, and and the fear and what they're doing about it. It's cetera. So many questions about your vomiting. Why they've helmet. What happens and what you should do about it? If it happens at home, and some weird, our and more importantly what you shouldn't do about it. So anyway, we'll talk about that second half of the show. Once again, I like to go through some news items. I guess maybe you'd be thanksgiving week Dave made took a little time off. But I didn't see many many new posts. But I did see a few that kind of struck my fancy number one, which is no surprise to any of us who are animal fanatics. And that is that pet ownership continues to climb. Now fifty seven percent of all households. In nine states is a survey completed in two thousand sixteen the whole thing was just published in all the data was collected. So just, you know, this is it's it's even more this past year two thousand seventeen but fifty seven percent of all households had pets thirty eight percent old one or more dogs. Cats was a close second with about twenty five percent of the households. But it was interesting. It's also what they call exotic or specialty pets, for example. I'll I'll read the list did no particular order, just, you know, but what is a are becoming continually popular fish, ferrets rabbits, hamsters are. And I'm one of those. I mean that statistic Guinea pigs gerbils turtles, snakes lizards, poultry livestock in amphibians. So there were more than thirteen percent of households in two thousand sixteen which is up twenty five percent from two thousand eleven and the average dog owner visits veterinarian three times a year my opinion, that's probably not enough. But they do it. Anyway. And the cat is not not far behind at two point four times per year. So and those are definitely up because the number for cats used to be like one point eight so three times. But I mean, it's good for Mr Justice standpoint. To know, you know, as we've been airings as we are determining costs, and what we need to have. And how many times we're going to see a patient? How often we should send reminders just to know that three times a year is is pretty much the standard the average and four I actually thought it was going to be higher. Let's put it this way. There are more households in America that have pets are with children. So always boggles my mind when it's so difficult to get some real media attention when it comes to our pets when they're more pets in the US than their case more households have pets than they have kids. And yet, you know, there's so much. I, you know, kids this and kids that in commercials and stuff about kids. I mean, the way I got actually in the media years and years and years ago was because there were no like public service announcement there were public service announcement about cancer. South examination and smoking and you never saw PSA. A public service announcement when it came to pets, and I went to the ATM which is very slow to move. And I told them that I'm out in California. And I and I practice in Los Angeles. And I have some clients that are that are agents in media, and they could help if you if you're interested. I'd be happy to help. I can help writings and whatever. And I was a new graduate at the time. And and I got this very condescending. Sure sunny, but we got you covered. What we're taking care of it. Oh, that's fantastic. If you need any connections. Let me know, I waited and waited and waited and waited similar and zero zilch. And I finally said, you know, something guys, screw you. I am going to do it myself, and I wrote a video series which ended up through the luck of one of these friends of mine who is an agent that creative CA Creative Artists Agency. And got me a guest spot on then syndicated talk show called our magazine. And I did the segment I they wanted to talk about the video series. I what did really wanna talk about video series because I felt it was kind of like an author when author writes a book, and they're on one of those morning shows when did they get to come back on when their next book, I wasn't planning doing another video series? So I needed to come up with some way that maybe I can do this and have it sort of be a little more lasting. So I can get some good information out there. So I said, well who is the Gary Collins was the host of the co host that day some of you might chuckle if you remember him some of you probably don't even have never even heard of him. His name was Dom deluise. Dom deluise was a comedian. And he was cute. I mean, let for lack of a better. Term. We'll just say obese. But he used to joke about his weight all the time. I thought how perfect is Don deluise is funny. And and his no no shame about his size and likes to talk about it. Why don't we talk about obesity, as you know, what do segment on obesity, and it would be you know, it really cool to to talk about that? Because it's number one attrition disease acting pets. So I bring on my cell beautiful labrador. Gary Collins had a kind of oh, I would say the the lab was over obese. But he was certainly overweight, and we did a segment on obesity and with dog deluise. It was really funny at one point. I'm showing Gary how much food he feeding to his Pat his lap. And dumped always looks at the bowl it goes. But that's all she gets to eat. And I agree that meeting. He goes I'm going to eat with our. So. He just wanted to you know, he could stand not eating. But anyway, the segment went really, well and sure enough the producer payment. I wanted and says that was great. Would you like to do this again? I said so sure enough I became the resident vet on that show. And then that's kind of how my media's career snowballed, and I start from one show to another show to another after that. But the bottom line is, you know, there was not enough information. Now, we're getting more and more. And look even though I hate doctor. I should say hate I am concerned about Dr Google because a lot of the information you get out there. It's almost like this news pieces were they take something. It's relatively simple at Mason station lies it and make it sound like oh my God. And that's what happens in veterinary medicine. That's what happens in the news. So he you read about a symptom, which by the end of the show, and you freak you absolutely frequent you they tell you all these things that could be an me. Now, those the esoteric weird things that's not the norm and you don't have to reap. So anyway, it's good that we are, you know, have more households. We are learning and seeing their more shows on TV about pets and pet care. I think which is great. So anyway, I want to see that number up. I didn't like fifty seven percent. I want one hundred percent of having pets. And that's that's our goal. We have to make sure that you know, people start really really embracing their pets next up. Wintertime is coming. It's getting cold..

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"vomiting" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

10:03 min | 3 years ago

"vomiting" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Live with Dr Jeff wherever. We're going to talk about vomiting and. I'm doing my own emergencies. I take my own calls all the time as many of you know, I'm starting a air vet, which is a telemedicine Telehealth service for people we're well actually for their pets where we are working conjunction with their vet hospitals. Just to provide veterinary care on those hours where you're that's either your hospital was closed or too busy to see you. And you have concerns and the truth is that when you run to those. Well, let's get a basic fact eighty percent eighty percent of emergencies are not emergencies. So you don't know that if you call in your doctor Kinsey or you're in the middle of the night. What do you do a machine that's on his, hey, thanks for calling. We're busy closed. If you need help go to someone so critical care facility. Mercy hospital you go over there. And you spend a small fortune for that which wasn't even an emergency. So one of the most common calls, I get vomiting. So first of all you have to vomiting is one thing. There's some questions you need to ask yourself. When you have a pet. That's vomiting. First of all, you know, your pets. What is the likelihood that they actually eight something that is bad or eight something that could get lodged in the intestine number one number two look at your dog. Right. Look at your cat are the acting. Normally are can they not wait till you get the next meal are they happy running alert playful active eating what's coming up. Is. It is it flame is bio is it grass is it pieces of leaves? Well, then you can tell a lot from what they're throwing up. And if it's food how long after the eating do they vomit vomited? What looks like a full meal ten hours after they eight that's a problem. And then I'm thinking about some sort of obstruction that stuff couldn't get through. If you see just yellow bile or flam and the dog is running around and can't wait for its next meal toy or whatever the play, then that's probably just a gastric reflux, that's an esophageal or gastric juice. That are flowing and it's almost like our heartburn. How about a dog whose throws up something like grass relieves? Well, clearly, he ate grass Elise. And guess what they make them vomit. And if you offered them some more grass Elise he'd probably eat some more. And if you offer him food, he would eat it. Then again. So interestingly most of the vomiting stuff that we see. All right. You have to look at the pet. If the pet is super happy alert playful still their own behavior, their own everything they can't wait to go out again their wagon their tail then you probably have nothing to worry about if they are infirm, they're old and they have been eating for days. And now they're vomiting, then that's a problem. That's probably a metabolic disease. We have to worry about if you have a dog whose continually vomiting and spitting up a now dry heaving, and it's a large dog and their belly is getting very large almost like Tim panic like a drum very large firm. Now, I'm concerned about bloat that's an emergency. That's medical. You gotta get him in right away. And they also there hunched over there, just they look said, they look like they're in pain. They're going to a corner net. Continually trying to spit up. Nothing's coming out. But I think he does. But then nothing, that's a synagogue. So one of the best things to evaluate is just look at your pet. And if there I had a dog come in the office, and it was a couple of times a week. It's a French bulldog. So I I I know Frenchies I have some I see tons of Frenchies and this dog, I couldn't get a good look at it. Because which running around the room jumping up and down licking me in the face. I mean this clearly not a sick dog. And yet vomiting several times a week. So ask them questions. What's coming up? Now. Just yellow bile. It's like when does it happen usually like the late night early morning? Oh, yeah. Yeah. It's can build an I wake up to it. This is still eating. Oh my God. You can't stop eating. So all these questions, and I knew my answer right away. I I barely even had to put my hands on the dog. I didn't have to take an x Ray I didn't have to take a blood test. I already knew the answer. That's. Why I'm concerned? Sometimes when these dogs are vomiting for whatever reason and all your thinking about his vomiting. You're not looking at the big picture. You're not starting to ask yourself. What was it? Last time. My dog actually chewed up a plastic toy or my cat, eight yarn or got into the garbage. If the answer is never I've never seen them do that that probably is not that. So you have you know, your own dog? Now, get you know, everything all the time and is always getting into the garbage. Now, we have something called dietary indiscretion eating something that is either lodged or more likely just something that just erupted his stomach now, let's talk about irritated stomach. And let's talk about one of the things that I often hear when I get a call is the dog is acting. Okay. Maybe a little bit sluggish, but he's continued these vomited like five times in the last couple of hours, and I'm thinking, okay. Is he drinking my God? He's he's going to the water bowl. I wanna say let them drink water. Vomiting breeds vomiting. Once that's. Stomach goes through is vomiting episode. It's almost like taking a rag a wet rag and ringing it out the inside of that stomach is so irritated. Now. That anything anything that goes back in that stomach even something as benign as water could induce more anything that stretches that stomach wall is going to induce more vomiting. So now that second third and fourth vomiting may maybe totally related only to the first one and nothing new, and it's because the stomach is so irritated. So when I often ask or Kleiner client comes in with the concern evolving. I will offer them. Well, I I asked if they're drinking water if they do they want to drink water. That's actually a good sign. Now. How about if I offer them something really tasty to eat? And I mean, really tasty I often give them a little baby food right out of the jar. If they like attack my finger. That's a really good sign. Now, my going to let them eat it away. But the fact that they want to eat despite the vomiting is really a good sign because dogs that have more serious reasons for, mommy. Will turn their nose to filet Mignon. They will not eat anything. That's how lousy they feel and they're hunched over their body position indicates that they just really feel like crap and those are the ones that probably needs more medical attention. So what I recommend? If you have a dog. That's evaluate your dog. Just sit back and watch him. He look is he running is. He seemed like is behaviorally he's normal. That's a good sign. Secondly, don't give them water take some ice cubes, depending on the size of the dog might be one ice cube or small dog three or four or five for big stick the ice cubes in the water bowl. Why? Because unless you have too much ice cubes which most don't, but some do, but for typically let the ice they can't drink a lot of water at once when the water is in the form of an ice cube. So what they do is as the ice melts and they're thirsty. They go lap a little bit of water up at a time from the melted ice, but they can't get a whole large volume at once, of course, one of the side effects that we worry about without extent. Vomiting is hydration. So they do need the fluids. And if we have to deliver fluids without getting through the gastrointestinal tract, we have to give it to them. Either sub Q for small we can do that or medium large dogs really needed IV giving fluids would cost subcutaneous lead to a big dog. Probably not to be that effective. So the bigger the dog the more likely they're going to need an ID. And then of course, medication to stop the vomiting, and depending on what's coming up. How soon after eating what their general demeanor is like if cetera will dictate are we going to need x rays to take a look and see if history indicates a dog. Oh, my God talk eats everything I think a couple of weeks. So I took Iraq all rock out of a dog. If you want to go into my my Instagram at at Dr Jeff wherever you will see I did a little show with this dog who actually his name is Louis who actually ate a rock, and I'm not talking to small rock how you even got into his wrote into stomach. I couldn't believe it. So so yes, some dog eat crazy things. Call that pica eating of inanimate objects and this dog did it. So with the history of the dog who each things like that then. Yes. Of course, I'm going to take an x Ray. Then of course, if they are dogs that are really just agr this ain't doing right there. You're sluggish. They're slow. They just look sad and have very tender belly. And of course, we're gonna do blood work. I'm looking the organ failures induced vomiting liberty disease causes vomiting pancreatitis is a huge one that causes severe vomiting kidney disease. High be went blood urea nitrogen that causes vomiting. So sometimes we have metabolic diseases that lead to vomiting, not necessarily just gastrointestinal. But even some of the extra abdominal organs are when when they are inflamed when irritated when they are affected where they are. In fact, they can also cause vomiting other. It's one of those symptoms. There are so many potential reasons some need extensive workup extensive treatment and some simp-. Apple as keeping away from it. Feed him late nights knack after the episode ton of water, and these are the things that will kind of guide you say don't panic and kind of as I said really evaluate the big picture. Anyway, that's about all we have time for today. We will be here if you have any subject medical subject, something your pet is going through whether you know, a disease like diabetes case coming this week that you just want more information. It'd be some help how to treat it maybe some guides of what tests to use to diagnose you're getting bombarded by your veterinarian who's just saying. Oh, my God, we need just two thousand dollars worth of tests. Oh my God. He vomited we've got all right. Oh, so you got. Just pick my brain what's left of it? Anyway. And we'll help you get through some of these things that oftentimes are more simple than they have a great week. We had a great thanksgiving, and we will be here next..

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