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Little Progress in Iran Nuclear Talks

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:42 sec | 3 d ago

Little Progress in Iran Nuclear Talks

"Despite a positive atmosphere, there's been little progress in the Iran nuclear talks. Charles Daley Desmond reports nascent tools aimed at bringing the US back into the 2015 nuclear deal with Iran. Heartbroken without any immediate signs of progress on the thorny issues dividing Washington and Tehran, But delegates talk of a constructive atmosphere and resolved to continue the discussions. To working groups that would be meeting in Vienna since Tuesday to brainstorm ways to secure the lifting off American sanctions on Iran's return to compliance with the deal reported their initial progress to a joint commission of diplomats from the world powers that remain in the deal. I'm Charles Dillon asthma.

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Birth Control In Times Of Crisis

Latino USA

01:35 min | 3 d ago

Birth Control In Times Of Crisis

"We're in the maternity waiting room at hospitals university. Tarot asthma has meals the main public hospital in gupta columbia's biggest border city with venezuela it's before the pandemic and there are some fifteen pregnant women sitting in the green towel hallway it's heart and the fans are buzzing the women's quietly in tank tops and flip. Flops they robbed their prominent bellies. One woman's she's wearing a pink will be squished between two older book. Your women she looks fragile in her hospital gown. She holds an ivy back in her left. Hand her name is excellently. So long deal thing will make a yankee. Lima nipples in the balkan kunz online exhibition traveled alone more than seven hundred miles from so i think her hometown in northeastern as well. She was afraid of giving birth in her home country because hospitals have no resources and she couldn't afford a private clinic and clearly she wasn't the only one more than half of the women in the waiting room. Arvin as well to see my conversation with axial ends abruptly just having really painful contractions and a nurse sticks her way into the delivery room at twenty years old. She's about to give birth to her second child. None of her pregnancies where

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Officials rush to defend AstraZeneca Covid vaccine after UK, EU blood clot guidance

Today in Focus

02:05 min | 4 d ago

Officials rush to defend AstraZeneca Covid vaccine after UK, EU blood clot guidance

"The oxford astrazeneca vaccine under uncomfortable scrutiny medicines regulators in the uk and the eu have judge that its benefits outweigh any possible risks. But they haven't ruled out a causal link between the vaccine and rare blood clot conditions in a tiny number of recipients resulting. This week in britain's regulator the are recommending alternative vaccines be given two hundred thirty s. All of which is worrying when it comes to competence in this back saying because as the observers science editor robin the key points out the stakes are incredibly high. It is the vaccine which the world depends. Because it's so easy to store and distribute a little cost so it's an incredibly important vaccine for the planet we might in the west. Get away with visors. Madonna's leaves astrazeneca. There's no doubt about it from the guardian. I'm a niche kristalina. Today in focus understanding the risks and rewards of the astra zeneca vaccine robin. When did this start. When did they first notice. But there might be a link between the vaccine and blood clubs. I miss in scandinavia at the leg. Ego muffled memento through dot com the live it will be weakening at astrazeneca seneca walks in norway and denmark. A proper schooners vaccine and they've begun to spot. These links of these tastes on gemini finds. Stop stop stuff. The in china from ministers bondi influence middle astrazeneca forces tiber asthma also advising defiant britain finds cases the british medicines regulator the hra says. It's like done defied. Thirty cases of red blood clots and people who've had the astra zeneca corona virus vaccine.

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Woman recovering after rare windpipe transplant from donor

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 6 d ago

Woman recovering after rare windpipe transplant from donor

"A woman in New York has received an unusual transplant Sonea same says she spent the last six years trying to catch every breath every moment after extensive treatment for her severe asthma it's been so long that I didn't think it was the same is breathing freely again doctors at new York's Mount Sinai replaced her trachea the tube that connects air from the mouth to the lungs Dr Eric Gendron says the asthma treatment is what caused all the damage she had the two men for quite some time and it damaged the tracheal airway experts say it's too soon to say if saints transplant was a total success but she thinks it's a success but it's great that I was able to be doctors say this drastic operation could potentially help corona virus patients left with serious wind pipe damage from breathing machines I'm at Donahue

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The Legend of Asmodeus

Mythical Monsters

01:55 min | Last week

The Legend of Asmodeus

"And magic. Don't play a major role in the official christian bible but that wasn't always the case. Tales of enslaved demons and spells. Were quite popular in the apocrypha works. That didn't make the cut for the mainstream religion. We know today one of these texts the book of toby it chronicles of fearsome and powerful demon named as modena's. His legend goes back three thousand years to ancient iran. They're the name as modena's is thought to originate from a vest in the language. Used to write the sacred book. Zoroastrianism specifically scholars have traced asthma diaz back to the invest in phrase ace mma davida which roughly translates to demon of wrath. Legend has it that he held a high position in the underworld and was often described as the king or prince of demons. Born of an unholy union between demon and a human woman as medina's was a shape shifter able to materialize out of thin air and take on any humans appearance but in his true form his demons wings were said to stretch from the earth all the way to the heavens however regardless of what shape he took at least one foot always had the gnarled talons of a rooster despite his domain over rage. wrath as medina's was hyper focused on one thing ruining marriages. The king of demons was a home wrecker in the testament of solomon as medina's tells king. Solomon my business is to plot against the newly wedded and god forbid you become the object of his lust because once asthma diaz is obsession begins only heaven. Strongest magic can defeat him.

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Are Seasonal Allergies Getting Worse?

Short Wave

01:38 min | Last week

Are Seasonal Allergies Getting Worse?

"Okay we are talking about whether or not allergies and is getting worse. So who talk to. Yes so. I called dr juanita maura. She's an allergist and immune allergist in chicago as an allergist. I get to tree people of all ages from little babies all the way to adults with environmental allergies. Asthma hives extra money. She absolutely loves her job. Especially because of that bit. She mentioned about working with generations babies. Adolescence parents grandparents all in the same family and she does a lot of education and outreach in the community to i want i want her to be my allergist brit i know right so mattie one of the things that wanted wanted to make really clear when i asked her about whether or not allergy season is getting longer is that we were specifically talking about seasonal allergies pollen exactly springtime which is tree pollen summertime which is grass pollen and ragweed which is fall. And then you have a mix of mold in the spring and fall to A mix brett. What a mix. Okay so what did you find out. This is an investigative report. And i want answers okay. I'm just gonna play the tape. It feels like allergy season is getting worse every year is that is that actually true is allergy season getting worse so definitely allergy seasons are getting longer spanning more days and we're also seeing higher numbers of pollen levels as well to

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Ethiopia says Eritrea agrees to withdraw troops from Tigray

BBC World Service

01:53 min | 2 weeks ago

Ethiopia says Eritrea agrees to withdraw troops from Tigray

"This week, Ethiopia's Prime Minister Abby at Med admitted for the first time the troops from neighboring Eric Traer had bean vote involved in the four month conflict in Tigre, Ethiopia's northern region. Human rights groups allege that Eritrean soldiers have committed atrocities, including killing unarmed civilians on raping women. Now. I'll be at med has said Eritrean troops are to withdraw. We can go now to Addis Ababa and speak to our reporter Can't kiddin you. Bill tell Cochi down hi. What exactly has the prime minister said? Yes, that the announcement from the Prime Minister Kim as he's in a two day working visiting asthma and their return capital. He tweeted earlier this morning, saying that on agreement has been reached between the two governments for a trailer for a train troops. To leave the areas that they occupy now following the conflict in thing, right, So this comes as you said after a few days after he admitted that very trained forces where part where involved in the conflict and they wear Integrate as well. Do we know Mork precisely where exactly? These troops are where they are expected to go from as it were. Yes. During his parliamentary address, when he admitted the presence of a friend troops, the prime minister said that they were occupying bordering areas start. We're bracketed by if you can troops. When they took Ken troops were actively engaged in fighting with the former rulers of that, where which it so now it seems that he's saying that this Eritrean troops that that are occupying this vacant areas are going to leave. They're going to retreat back to Eritrea, and that if you can, defense forces are going to occupy these areas.

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Two Americans charged with helping ex-Nissan CEO flee Japan

AP 24 Hour News

00:45 sec | 3 weeks ago

Two Americans charged with helping ex-Nissan CEO flee Japan

"Chairman Carlos Goan. Tokyo prosecutors have been questioning Michael Taylor and his son, Peter. Since they were extradited from the US earlier this month. Now the Taylors had been formally charged with helping a criminal escape. The prosecutors say the elder Taylor, with the help of another man had hidden gone in a large black box, supposedly containing audio equipment. The box then passed through Japan Airport security Was loaded onto a private jet that flew to Turkey Gone, who'd lead in the sand for nearly two decades, was arrested in November, 2018 on later charged with under reporting his compensation on breach of trust. I'm Charles Dillon Asthma Nearly three months after one of the worst landslides in

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Should Emergency Rooms Be Equipped to Deal with Addiction?

All Things Considered

04:01 min | Last month

Should Emergency Rooms Be Equipped to Deal with Addiction?

"Visits to hospital emergency departments plummeted. But a new study shows more people than ever are turning up at hospitals seeking help for drug addiction and overdoses. NPR addiction correspondent Brian Mann found many emergency doctors have struggled to respond. Emergency departments are great at treating things like chest pains and asthma attacks After the pandemic hit. A lot of those people stopped showing up at hospitals. They were scared of catching the coronavirus. But Kristin Holland, a researcher at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, says patients experiencing addiction needed help. So desperately They kept coming. The thing that really stood out to me about all drug overdoses and opioid overdoses. Those were the only two for which we saw. An increase. Holden study, published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, analyzed roughly 190 million emergency room visits. The data shows even people who didn't catch the coronavirus were hit hard by the pandemic. People are indeed experiencing poor mental health, suicidal thoughts, substance use, potentially as a coping mechanism. But there's a problem. Experts say Many emergency departments aren't well staffed or trained to help patients with these kinds of problems. Dr. Mark Rosenberg is president of the American College of Emergency Physicians. Emergency physicians have always been able to treat the overdose, but we did not have tools to treat the addiction. Or the dependency. Rosenberg's organization has worked for years to convince emergency departments to improve addiction care. But he says, reform has come slowly. He points to the fact that most emergency doctors still don't use buprenorphine. It's a drug proven to help people with opioid addiction, avoid relapse. Only one third patients get medications for Opioid use disorder in the emergency department. Experts say regulatory hurdles and stigma around people with drug use disorders have kept many emergency departments from improving their addiction care. Dr Stephen Veal heads the emergency team at Halifax Medical Center in Daytona Beach, Florida. I think there was a lot of hesitancy because it's not what we've done. It's not what I've trained in, and it seems like somebody else should do it. But I think that what finally pushed emergency physicians out of their comfort zone to do something is just the number of people that we've seen die. After a spate of overdose deaths. Three years ago, Veal changed his department using buprenorphine and also adding a new member to his team. Larry Brooks is a trained addiction counselor who now works with patients in the ER as soon as they're revived the overdose patients that comment to an emergency room They're at their most vulnerable. They're at their lowest point that they've ever experienced. You know, the you know, been dead. Or at least near dead. And brought back to life during the pandemic. Brooks Hospital has seen a new spike in drug cases, Brooke says. It's made a big difference. Having an addiction program in place. This is the best time for us. As health organization and a community as a whole. To make an impact and say, Look, somebody is here. You're not going to get kicked right back out the door and go into withdrawal and have to find something else and then be back here in two hours, But experts say emergency Department addiction programs like this are still rare. CDC researcher Kristin Holland says she hopes data from her study will convince more hospitals to change our takeaway from this is meeting people where they are and if people are coming to the emergency department for these outcomes, that's where we need to meet them. Well, death from covert 19 have dropped from their peak. The CDC has fatal overdoses nationwide keep rising with more than 220 drug day. Brian Mann NPR news

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Americans begin receiving Covid relief direct deposits

NBC Nightly News

02:12 min | Last month

Americans begin receiving Covid relief direct deposits

"The massive covid relief. Bill was signed into law just two days ago but this weekend americans started receiving those checks some totaling thousands of dollars. Kelly o'donnell is at the white house with one. Your money will arrive. Kovin relief is now showing up as money in the bank and lighting up social media. Fourteen hundred dollars for steve martinez in san antonio nicer price of kings. So soon and it couldn't come at a better time. The key to fast delivery this first wave of direct payments going to qualified americans who filed tax returns that linked their bank accounts to the irs. My phone got a notification saying that the irs had direct deposited. I was on the phone with my mom. I go fifty six hundred dollars for twenty five year. Old mom breanna raines. Who is out of work in casper wyoming. I have some bills that are behind. Obviously so those are all already caught up. I got all of those caught up this morning. In springfield missouri. The covid relief math means faith produce family of five qualified for seven thousand dollars. They received today both have a little bit of weight. Lifted off of our shoulders not have to worry asthma as maybe what the nuxie months holds but the rollout of deposits paper checks and debit cards is expected to take weeks. Eighty five percent of the households in america. We'll be getting this money to track your check. The irs says its website will provide daily updates with its get my payment feature. We're going to be traveling. The country to speak directly to the american people about how this law is going to make a real difference in their lives. That biden team road trip begins monday with the first lady vice president and second gentleman also making stops to promote the relief package. Kelly wash such a big push to sell a bill that already passed. Well it's promotion and politics. They want to be certain. Americans know about the real world impact that will affect them and they wanna make sure democrats get credit for it

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Interview With Former Air Force Officer, And Motivational Speaker Toolika Rani

A Desi Woman with Soniya Gokhale

05:59 min | Last month

Interview With Former Air Force Officer, And Motivational Speaker Toolika Rani

"Hello and welcome to another edition of a dc woman. Podcast i am your host sonia ago play and today in honor of international women's day. We are so excited to welcome. Retired indian. Air force officer mountaineer motivational speaker research. Scholar and travel writer to ronnie deluca is the first woman from uttar pradesh india to climb mount everest and the first indian woman to climb the highest volcano of asia. Known as mount. Dama avant in san to look i served in the indian air force for a decade and was squadron leader an outdoor training instructor in the prestigious indian air force academy in hyderabad india and she was even involved. The physical training of hundreds of feature officers including india's first three women fighter pilots with twenty three mountaineering expeditions and tracks in india nepal bhutan iran africa and russia under her belt. To look at is now working on her. Phd continuing to train for future tracks and she serves as a motivational speaker which includes a hugely popular. Ted talk and she has been featured widely in mainstream media india and south asia. She is a staunch advocate of women's rights and human rights. Globally juelich out. Welcome to the show. Is sonia thank you for having made you to look i. I wanna say that the messages you received from your family and especially your mother growing up or such a tremendous example of female empowerment and a genuine belief in human spirit. You were taught that you only have this life to pursue your dreams and goals and that nothing can get in your way so long as your mind believes it you can achieve it while if every young girl or woman receive this message growing up. What could be accomplished on planet earth. So really really impressed by that. And you've talked a lot about your spiritual beliefs and faith. And i wanna ask you. What is going to remind as you ascend a mountain. do you go into a meditative state. Will you rely on your deep spiritual beliefs and constantly have to retain mindfulness in assessing the physical challenges. Along the way i would imagine. There's a variety of protocols and situational awareness. That is needed. But i'd really like her more from you on that. Because in my estimation this mindset is what separates those who make it to the top and those who unfortunately do not on different stages of climbing i have a different kind of a mindset. I would say that. If i fain like there there might be avalanche. There might be a route wash. That might be bad weather. Something which has detained my plans to climb a mountain. I get into a buddy confrontational mode. Because i am. I'm trained as a soldier. And i had to fight my adversity so at times i started seeing the mountain. Asthma adversity. it happened to me on mount everest. I had to in my second attempt. Also i had to turn back from three thousand feet twice before i made my tent and succeeded so in those two attempts i started challenging everest. That either you can give me death or injury you can go ahead and give me that and i will keep on doing what i'm capable of doing. So sometimes i get into that kind of confrontational mode. Where i see that. Yes the mountain in front of me. Is the obstacle that i have to overcome he. It is an enemy. And i have to fight it with all my might that i have sometimes from vivid me. There are certain sentences accord or something but have support him that just springs up bent. The conditions are really tough. I'm climbing exhausted and the going gets very very tough. I have seen these flashes. Coming from within a volume by Kipling everybody had about displaying very famous swim. If so there was this lions from this point if that some everything is finished and nothing is left to new that still a wasting your head which says hold on so at one time this would hold on just a up in my mind and i just continued. I just held on and kept my foot one foot after another in front official. So that is how it happens sometimes. It is ready spinach with because london's are so beautiful. I get into that meditative state also but i contemplate the nature of life seeing a mountain see a mountain the stance alone so anybody who is strong mighty and wants to rise high. Perhaps in life would be like that alone solitary having his own battles and also facing all kinds of storms videos rain gold snowfall everything but still standing very tall and after that i absolve that seed they also the cloud at times at times it is just sunny so this is how life also is on. Mountain's what i love the most about is that i don't have that usual crowd around me.

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YouTube cancels Myanmar military-run channels, pulls videos

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:37 sec | Last month

YouTube cancels Myanmar military-run channels, pulls videos

"Has removed a number of channels run by Myanmar's military for violating its community guidelines in terms of service. The company says it is terminated five channels removed several videos from YouTube. The decision follows the February 1 military coup that ousted the country's elected government, provoking massive public protests. YouTube says it will continue to monitor the situation. Any content that might violate its rules. The decision follows Facebook's earlier announcement that it had removed all beyond Marlin military pages from its sight on from Instagram, which it also owns. I'm Charles Duluth. Asthma

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BBC Three is Coming Back to TV

The Media Podcast with Olly Mann

07:13 min | Last month

BBC Three is Coming Back to TV

"Let's talk about tv and bbc. Three which will be returning to the fusty old fashioned airwaves. After an absence of nearly six years. It's going to be back on. Tv sets in january maggie Will you be watching things target demographic but will you be watching your the target demographic but i'm very piece it's coming back I think he shouldn't've gone away in the fest place. I also like the fact that it's also going to be a following on from cbc so the one of the aims of the bbc. One of the failures of the bbc has been fantastic children's programming. The seabees thought graduating through to see bbc. So we can think of horrible histories strict sonko great great shows but then they lost that advantage and i think now that they're going to take an hour of cbc and move into bbc straight. And i think this is actually a potentially good way of rebuilding interest because they can actually put forward some some grapes. Some great shows whether they'll be watched. I didn't know they can be caught up with but the thing is really spoiled for choice now and to actually just rope a group of a tv channel. Just seems to me to have been a very bad idea. But on the other hand what she see is that the regulators have been nagging away the producers because on the exec because that losing the younger views in but it's a very competitive market so the more outlets you have the best staff is. It's been obvious to real professionals in television including the control of bbc. Three that the decision five years ago it was wrong and so they're finally Reversing it may be too late. But i'm glad that june yes interesting. Jake look back actually or listened back. I should say to what our panelists said here on the media. Podcast when the move was announced that bbc's be bbc three would be moving online because we were on abbott van in two thousand fifteen Leon wilson said on the show to me. It's a huge mistake. It will probably be a qualified. Success will be one or two programs that pumps through online. But it'll be harder for us to be seen and for asthma and said this is nonsense. I can't believe this is happening. Television has an important canvas. That young people under served in time has proven right really. Hasn't it was always a mistake to put bbc three on mine. Can we just say that. Now i think the fact that the bbc's made this decision is a tacit acknowledgement that. It was a mistake. But i also don't think that it was a failure. Bbc three unshackled from the jill did reasonably. Well did very well. In fact some fantastic shows came through within online environment. I'm thinking that alexa flee back which has gone on to huge international success and won emmys and landed phoebe waller bridge a huge deal with amazon. And then you look at things like normal people which came last year plasma successful show Austria and beyond. I think ever Things like this country just quality quality programming now that that's not to say that those shows would not been commissioned if bbc. Three's on television. But i do think there was a creative freedom that came with being online and i hope that that remains that creative freedom continues and the bbc three doesn't have to spend money on shedule filling content like family. Guy like eastenders repeats because that you know that comes with a cost it still comes with. The cost is all repeats but they they still come with a cost shows. So why don't save the cash because all of those shows that jake just listed. Maggie had outings bbc one obesity too anyway. So they did get linear outing. And arguably would have been commissioned even bbc three haven't been an existed somewhere else on the bbc. I'm sure of course feedback with a bit of. The thing is really that that they had a late slot. Which is off to a the news helpless ten which is fine. I suppose but if a peanut the younger teenage area maybe it's better to be a bit more funky roundabout survey to talk of people who've had softened the home what they're looking for some entertainment secondly even if this is a qualified success. It's not you're not saying that. The programming copy shot on another channel. What you'll saying is going to premiere on bbc. Three and the seats will have its own form of promotions. General Ambience and i think that that shows the bbc has about the singer. Bob this past yet really opinion is that we really do well. What what is really happened is despite all channels. Having a terrible television broncos mutawa time in order to make programs have if you had to tear up hills the shadows. I didn't know how they will manage to keep going. It's been a very very very difficult. But they have performed. I think really well. And one of the aspects of it is the the Regulations and the quotas and on the agreements that they strike can have a run the channels what we put in the amount of circle public service will costing lawyers moods of of quotas and measurements to us forty two inches ready test channel phone over a hundred for the for the. They been relaxed because they had to. They had to be what they could be given the circumstances and i think they've done brilliantly and so i do think that another kind of channel to pay rounded up trusting. The bulk custos is at this point. Really good thing. I think that if you look at the energy is gone into some of the changes in just the the kind of logos and all the rest of that using the gen will the bits between the programs. they advertise that pregnancy will be very jazzy. I'm very keen an above all to. They've they've understood what the nation wants so we want more outdoor kind of things. We've had the the devon's on the komo's in the countryside programming that you could possibly drum up and it's been like that too with children Having the the bbc by sesame the government didn't say to bbc in in february across Help children home educate. They just did the juicy and they came up by april with with a complete scheme and then they re extended it. They used radio for Things so i think. Now it's the bbc is about to be besieged on despite order the gloom about since fees advertising and blah blah blah off broke custos. Domestic focuses are ashamed themselves to be foot of grits. And and. I'm beijing

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Wildfire smoke is especially dangerous for children

Climate Connections

01:12 min | Last month

Wildfire smoke is especially dangerous for children

"As the climate warms more devastating wildfires are raging across the west and filling the air with toxic smoke. The smoke at self is composed of hundreds of toxins predominantly though. The smoke consists of particular matter. That is very very small. Two point five microns or less and the reason. This is so dangerous as that particular matter of that size when it's inhaled it can go all the way to the base year long and crossover into the bloodstream. And then re kavak in many different ways throughout the body. That's mary mckee of the sean parker center for allergy and asthma research at stanford university. She says children are especially at risk because their bodies are still developing they also tend to more physically active than adults so they may inhale smoky air deeper into their lungs so she recommends that parents monitor air quality and keep their kids inside when the air is polluted and certainly if a child has any type of respiratory disorder. Make sure you have a prescription refilled and on hand. If they should need an inhaler or something like that in the moment she says these precautions can help keep kids. Safer as wildfire seasons. Get more extreme.

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Prince Harry compares "unbelievably tough" royal split to Diana

AP 24 Hour News

00:42 sec | Last month

Prince Harry compares "unbelievably tough" royal split to Diana

"Prince Harry says the split from the royal family has been rough. Prince Harry says the process of separating from rural life has been very difficult for him and his wife, Meghan. In an interview with Oprah Winfrey, Harry invoked the memory of his late mother, Princess Diana, who he says had to find her own way after she and Prince Charles divorced. Harry told, Winfrey said he can't imagine what it was like her going through it by herself, adding. It's being tough for him and Meghan, But at least they have each other. Harry's comments Ed Sunday in a clip from the interview special, which is scheduled to Air March, 7 on CBS. I'm Charles Duluth. Asthma

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The people who caused the climate crisis aren't the ones who will solve it

TED Talks Daily

04:35 min | Last month

The people who caused the climate crisis aren't the ones who will solve it

"We don't just have a climate crisis. We have a climate leadership prices. We've acted as though an environmental crisis created by corporate and government elites can now somehow be solved by these same corporate and government elites people on the frontlines the people most impacted by wildfires pollution. Rising sea levels have no other role but to suffer censoring. The leadership of these communities in leading us out of this crisis isn't only the just thing to do. It is the most important thing that we can do to actually solve this crisis because people when they take anymore they rise up and they lead us to a better future. Desperate times lead to creative and just solutions by those most impacted. I know that from experience because like so many other low income families searching for livelihoods when my mother brother. I emigrated from colombia. We made our homes alongside landfills incinerators oil refineries power plants and waste treatment plants in neighborhoods that serve as the sacrifice zones to fuel the economy of this nation and oftentimes the world in the seventies in southwest detroit. We live in the shadow of the marathon oil refinery and in the eighties in queens new york we played handball in vacant contaminant. Lots unknowingly breathing in dangerously high levels of sulfur dioxide from power plants nearby in the. Us if you're poor and your indigenous black middle eastern pacific islander asian or latin necks you most often than not live play pray and work in a sacrifice on. I'm saying this because i've been assaulted by. Pollution violence my whole life. And although i've been on the front lines as a climate justice leader for twenty years. I've been envisioning solutions to the environmental crisis. Since i was a kid dreaming up a better world for people like me. People in sacrifice owns that are also leading adjust transition away from this extractive model of development to one feels just for all of us in the name of climate justice so what is climate justice. It's simple if climate change was created by ecconomic and racial injustice than effective solutions to the climate crisis have to include economic and racial justice climate justice centers. The struggle the solutions of those on the frontlines of the crisis communities who have been under resourced and played by everything from police violence racism struggling schools and so much more these same communities have been historically and disproportionately exposed and subjected to pollution and contamination from industry these are the workers who are essential but treated expendable by big corporations corporations and this wildly unjust economic system in which we live in front line communities. Aren't the people whose homes on the beach are being threatened by rosia in their communities and families whose homes are already underwater children already camry from asthma and neighbors who are ready drinking polluted water poisoned water in the midst of a global pandemic multiple uprisings for racial justice democracy and record wildfires droughts storms. It's time we finally realized that we can't fix injustice with more injustice. I'll go so far as to say that frontline communities are the only ones that can get us of this crisis and in fact they already are and there's so many great examples but to give just one in washington state. A rural farming community

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abused by a spiritual figure with Uzma and Ramzia

Not Another Mum Pod

06:13 min | 2 months ago

abused by a spiritual figure with Uzma and Ramzia

"We're just gonna come back to your story. Asthma now that we know who he is and we've worked at the dynamics when your grandfather passed away. How did you feel straight after. And then when did you a finally speak up or be realized that he had affected you more. You knew at the time when he passed away. I did kind of feel sad because although he was good to us but he was good to other people. He was a very strong pillar. He was very well respected. Man no as sad as i would feel with someone who. I was really close to but i was still sad. I didn't process it because the has stopped when he was ill. So i think i just put it behind me and i moved on the first time that i realized that it's affecting me now was lost year of a degree. That's when i actually called to be married and do you know obviously engaged to think of some things any attraction to your fiancee and stuff. Although we went on speaking terms up. That thomas really shy person but the thing is it did affect me and slowly started to get pressure and i realized i was getting afraid or scared taught how to explain that feeling but i started to go into depression and although it was a really good student. I didn't do well in my lost year. Because i call a gauge the beginning of the year. It speak to anyone about it. I was acting fine. But when deep down i knew i wasn't able to concentrate on anything at post it so i started press graduate. Couth this will add it. Okay i have a here to get married. Maybe it will help be professionally. I was doing the k. Although it was quite stressful of doing fine but depression was getting at me. Especially close to the wedding. The to press i go. Can i just ask how did you know you're depressed. You had you recognize that you were depressed. What does the reason was able to concentrate. And if the parents asked me the okay lescot this list with is as a family and i wanted to say out at one to watch. Maybe with them. I didn't want to read books than i did. What to do. Anything dying -joyed doing. I always coveted up by saying this stressful. The coosa stressful. I want to do really well in. I was covered up with that with my parents at the new. I was old enough to make my own choices. So i knew that this was of depression because i was feeling who lived in treating myself happy from inside and did you make that connection to what had happened to you and the fact that you're getting married at that time you just was bewildered now. I didn't know why it would have a certain. Everything started like started. Feel so depressed when i was fine for these years the closer to getting the west got to be honest. I've well say openly by failed my postgraduate because i just couldn't concentrate the last few months ago a completely let go and failed there. Obviously i was proud by. I didn't even tell my parents because the results was supposed to come out after got married so i didn't want to spoil it but i also wanted to get married. It wasn't the. I was trying to avoid it but obviously i think you can imagine what happened. After a mariner what happened tell us rent intimacy. Salted is stopped. My husband that a a key felt as well as kind of disconnected at a wanted to cry a literally the first time when you were being intimate what was going through your head at that point. Did you connect to the trauma that happened to you as a child to how disconnected. You're feeling at the time of the did not fast enough snow. I think it was about a week later and it was newly married and it started to hit me really bad the i added. What my husband to touch me and it came became so bad that i had Nights i was employed at that time. I wasn't to what i was doing my job properly. I didn't want to be there and then it can. Appointment was current Three pink. I would get skit. I would think that there was somebody meru but it wasn't an hong. That's what was my grandfather who seems like what had happened with actually triggered. You're in trouble responses. So yes it took you back was also getting to go back to you know when you grandfather was his last moments and stuff you said you've felt confused and i think there is this thing about your grandfather being protected and also you know your such abuse for a child and even as an adult as well. It's a very difficult thing to actually come to terms with you know especially when our parents and if a parent or caregiver your grandfather is actually supposed to be somebody who's protecting actually he's also abuses. It's a really difficult thing to come to terms with But it seems like i toll set of grief process. I've told you cried. As i said after a marriage investment behind and i used to cry all the time on stock. Yeah so there was no grieving process when he passed away. Yeah what how did your husband react to what was happening. Did he think when newlyweds. You being shy or did he figure out. I think something was. He did figure out something was wrong. I thought it was because of stressed about the job. But because off from joe biden Sanctions some politics so basically stuff that she said. I was depressed because the way i spoke to admit told accounts sleep and it was two weeks to add. Couldn't referred the services and she has to take some leave. But what i did said was walked to buy boss's office Coming back tamar. Alcon to a cold and i was like this is why did at i think for the first few days. He did think that calls the job. That was dressing up me with newly married life near disabilities and a fulltime job but then has been a stilted get better and i was seeing someone who i used to feel like this trying to connect me and a started to get some professional help as well and i spoke. I had dot did a told. This was the person that was seeing and the said the question why i was saying no know anyone else and while i was scared to see him.

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Anti-Oedipus 2021 Chapter 1, Section 1 - Desiring Production - burst 02

Deleuze and Guattari Quarantine Collective

02:17 min | 2 months ago

Anti-Oedipus 2021 Chapter 1, Section 1 - Desiring Production - burst 02

"It is at work everywhere functioning smoothly at times at other times in fits and start it breathes. It eats it heats it shits and fucks what a mistake to have ever said the ad everywhere it is machines real ones out figured of one's machines driving other machines machines being driven by other machines with all the necessary couplings and connections. An oregon machine is plugged into an energy source machine. The one produces flow that the other interrupts the breast is a machine that produces milk in the mouth is machine coupled to it. The mouth of the anorexic wavers between several functions its possessor is uncertain as to whether it is an eating machine and anal machina talking machine or a breathing machine. Asthma attacks since we are all handyman. Each with his own little machines for every organ machine and energy machine all time lows in interruption doug schreiber has sunbeam's into that a solar anus rest assured that it works judge strieber feels something produces something and is capable of explaining the process theoretically something is produced the effects of a machine not mere metaphors. It is so fun to reread this after reading the entire book. Yeah and then you know there's little things that we can actually notice that we probably didn't notice before for example when they start in they say what a mistake to ever said to it everywhere it is machine. There's like three levels into fruit in Analysis the the. I'd it'd be it. The s you know person there like the ego and the superego is the it and then there's the it which is unconscious So you know what a mistake to ever said it. so basically. It's what they're arguing for is a passage from the superego to the understanding of the as the pre individual Machine that produces a subject so even in the first sentence. We miss this. I thought we read it. But i you know it becomes pleaded pretty clear because it's it's just not a play on words.

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"asthma" Discussed on Ghoul Gaming Gals

Ghoul Gaming Gals

04:31 min | 3 months ago

"asthma" Discussed on Ghoul Gaming Gals

"Not work. i have asthma. And it sucks also power you. I'm fine other than having a perpetual asthma attack because it's cold outside. Well that's fair at me. Knocking my septum..

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"asthma" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

04:41 min | 4 months ago

"asthma" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

"Good one. Podcasts about jokes. I'm your host jesse. David fox each episode. A guest comes on to play flip of one of their jokes and then discusses how they wrote it and how it fits into what. They're trying to do their comedy. This week's guest is handlebars. But i a story about ten years ago. I was in a a a lull in my interest in comedy. It felt like. I've seen a lot of the same stuff and i was kinda bored by it but thankfully one night. My friend drew was like. Do you wanna come with me to see a comedy. Show at the theatre in la. It's called comedy death. Ray it would later be known as company bang bang which More people know as a podcast but started as a live standup show and i said sure And it was a halloween who. There's a lot of spooky vibes in the theater. And i was scared as i entered but the first comedian. Hannibal boris i had no idea who he was at all. My friend knew from chicago and said he was funny but you've just another comedian and he did some paranormal activity jokes because it was halloween. And then he just like all right. I'm done with topical jokes. And then he told a joke about ordering a whole till abby at a thai restaurant and for whatever reason. I thought it was the funniest thing i had heard in like years if not decades and i don't want to spoil the punchline because we do talk about in the laughing round but it was like a part of my brain lit up. That hadn't been a awake for for a long time. And soon after his album came out and i listen to it obsessively and then i kept on going back to comedy death ray and i. It really ignited my my passion for comedy that i still right on today. So hannibal on is a full circle. Moment it's poignant just really. Is it like. I've been following his career ever since obviously so and i've seen him grow from you. Know a guy play clubs. Guy played like small. Rock venues. I would i would want to move to brooklyn. He did a show every sunday at the knitting factory that was like a staple of my Mid twenties life and now see where he's at where he he plays these large theaters and drive ins and the whole time hit his style. Changed is really interesting to watch you know when he started he had this sort of mitch. Hedberg vibe he. He's laid back he. He had a deadpan there. He was really understated being understand really defined his style in an interesting way but as he's grown he kept some of that But he also sort of able to kill like few comedians. I've seen especially in a large venue. Which is not easy And then after the release of his two thousand sixteen netflix special comedy colorado. I started noticing a shift in him. both material. And how he's talking interviews. Hannibal was growing up as as he would say. And as we talk about in the episode this was the result of many factors all happening around the same time he. He moved back to chicago fulltime. He started focusing on alternative revenue sources. That will allow him not to be dependent on the entertainment industry. He quit drinking in eventually. Quit gambling and handle is currently reckoning with maybe the biggest shift is he was diagnosed with adhd but much of the catalyst for his growing up was his two thousand. Seventeen miami arrest for disorderly conduct and the sort of gossip world fallout. That came from it. Hannibal eventually got the charges thrown out and is currently suing the city for it but it clearly affected him Hand ended up dedicating the second half of his twenty twenty special miami nights to telling that story Released on two weeks. After the murder of george floyd a lot of people have noted how timely it is but but hannibal joke about police. Misconduct would always be timely. And i want to add this. Special is my favorite of hannibal's and my favorite of the year period Not just because of the story but how he built an entire hour around it. The the first half is filled with talk about death and legacy and ramifications of your behavior in spirituality. And the things we decide to value as a whole despite being really funny and it distinctly hannibal way. It is an impressively consistent. Our totally one of the earlier bits in the special focuses on asthma the condition hannibal has suffered from his whole life that to paraphrase and other comedian gets no respect so here is.

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"asthma" Discussed on The Wellness Mama Podcast

The Wellness Mama Podcast

06:50 min | 5 months ago

"asthma" Discussed on The Wellness Mama Podcast

"Is eggs. Emma and the numbers of kids who are diagnosed with this is just skyrocketing and so I'm sure a lot of you parents out there listening. You could relate that if you go to the best dermatologist. Or your regular pediatrician. They might prescribe a really good medication. Topical steroid that you put on the stand to help. Calm the inflammation there or parents who have kids with allergies you might go to the best allergist and they might prescribe to you a few things and one of them being avoid the trigger and maybe walk around with an epi pen Just to make sure that if there is an allergic reaction that it's not so severe that it could. it could be a very dangerous and harmful. All of those treatments are life saving and extremely helpful. They will definitely work. These conventional treatments will get rid of the symptom on the spot but the common thread of all these chronic chelsea illnesses is that they're coming from the same place and that's where holistic medicine comes in but the root cause of so many of these inflammatory conditions especially in children is coming from one place or maybe several places but usually stems from gut health and a lot of toxicity in the body. So why do you think we're seeing like you said. This is such a drastic rise right now. Kind of unprecedented. We've never seen this really in history for childhood illnesses and chronic conditions to be on the rise so much why do you think i'm sure it's multifaceted. It's not a single factor. But what do you think are some of the reasons that we're seeing such a drastic change right now. So this is such a great question. Katie because i wanted to point out some numbers for that i read. I was blown away. The number of kids who have a diagnosis of eczema right now is about twelve point. Six in the. Us percent the number of children who have food allergies truth. Allergies is about seven point six percent in the us. That number is way too high. The number of children who have. Let's say childhood peanut allergies are tripling and their tripled between one thousand nine hundred seventy two thousand eight. That's about one child in every thirteen. Children has severe. Now when you were in in my younger Do you remember in your childhood having kids in your classroom or friends or family members who had to walk around with the epi pen or had severe anaphylactic reactions. Because i don't so we can't. We can't really look past. The fact that the numbers are really really skyrocketing and doubling and tripling over ten to fifteen years now in the conventional medicine world versus like a holistic approach in the conventional medicine world. There's this notion that a lot of chronic childhood illnesses are caused by genetics. But genetics does not account for the doubling and tripling of these of these illnesses over the past decade. Or so and so. That's one one way to look at it. Like there is a genetic component but we also have to take into account epigenetics meaning environment is influencing the way that our genetics are expressed. So i mean we know there have been thousands upon thousands of studies that show that the environment is responsible for how genetics can play at all. Really genetics has nothing on epigenetics when it comes to chronic childhood illnesses and so that's the world of holistic more holistic root-cause approach where we try to mitigate genetics a- by influencing the environment both inside charles body and outside their body that makes sense and so it sounds like there's very much like you mentioned a common inflammation thread here and the like you said there's a lot of things that contribute to this and i know for me. I don't have allergies. I had autoimmune disease for a lot of years. And i've used this analogy before. But the way i used to think of it was You know like we all have kind of if you think of a bathtub. You can put any number of things in the bathtub. It could be like sand or rocks or water or kids toys. Whatever it is but eventually when he reached the top of it the bathtub is going to overflow no matter what you put in it so when we're thinking of chronic issues like this it's like they might have docks city from certain things they might have inflammation from other things they might have genetic predispositions like you mentioned. It could be any number of factors and probably is different in some ways for every single child but when it reaches that threshold it's going to start expressing and problems and those problems could look different for every single child but there are these kind of common threads li like you just explained that are woven through. So i'm curious. The last couple of years for me have really driven home. The point just how personalized health is. And i know that you work individually with your patients and in theory out those things but walk us through that when someone comes in with one of these credit how do you start to peel back those layers and figure out what the underlying factors are katie. I love the example. You gave an use it all the time that anybody in a child's body is like a basin and so when we don't have an ability to take out the things in the body that shouldn't be there and too much accumulating We start to have an overflow of toxicity for example or inflammation and. Those can manifest. Not just that as xm allergies or asthma but a lot of soft science and so i am a personal. It came from a personal place my daughter when she was three years old and i was already a well trained pediatrician. I was working with the sickest hospitalized. Kids i knew how to make them better and go home with their families. But i had no idea how to keep my own daughter healthy as she had a lot of these soft signs. Where whether that be the beginnings of autoimmune disease rashes frequent ear infections frequent every little virus return into a bacterial infection. So a no stranger as a mom to having a kid who's have a lot of problems and that's where i started to heal her. I looked beyond conventional medicine to heal my own child. And so after figuring out the big difference between what it means to have an approach that just looks at symptom management which is excellent lob saving but also looking at the root causes and healing. I had to start helping other families too and this approach is not new. But it's not something that we can ignore anymore because so many of our children are having these issues..

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"asthma" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Radio

Mayo Clinic Radio

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"asthma" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Radio

"We call it an asthma action plan so they know what to do for other people. Maybe they don't have a plan. Maybe they don't have medications or maybe it's just a major as attack. That really requires hospital treatment. We try to make a really really simple for patients thinking asthma action plans talk about the Green Zone. When they're well controlled the yellow zome and there may be starting to get in a little. Bit of trouble maybe. They went over to a friend's house who cat. What would you do in that situation or the Red Zone? Which are those really scary moments where you're needing more emergency type medications? The Asthma Accident Action Plan really should be individualized to the patient so some action plans are pretty simple. It's who to call went to call nine one one possibly went to use your rescue. Inhaler went to use some oral prednisone even when they come to you as an adult. Is this a fairly easy diagnosis to make well? Sometimes it's pretty easy and straightforward. There's sort of a prototypical type of asthma presentation. Someone who has shortness of breath wheezing may be triggered by cold or exercise if they have an inhaler and they use it from time to time and it seems to help. Maybe they have some seasonal allergies to or asthma in the family. Then many physicians can make that diagnosis usually confirmed with laboratory testing breathing tests. There are Arthur situations in adults especially where there's chest pains and trouble breathing. But it's not so clear so we think well could it be another no lung condition? Do they small? Could they have a heart condition so sometimes? It's not that simple Tom. So when we talk about treatment for asthma patients. We all know about inhalers because we've seen people use them but you also have medications that you can use. And how do you decide who needs what right so there's actually a growing repertoire of asthma treatments for patients and we still really use a lot of the asthma inhalers and I think your listeners will WanNa know that there are inhalers that I guess we call asthma controllers that we instruct patients to use every single day to quiet down that inflammation in the bronchial tubes and then there's the albuterol inhaler that sometimes called the rescue inhaler that used as needed or for asthma attacks? There are also pills for asthma. There are injections for at different kinds of injections for asthma. There'S STORING MEDICINES FOR ASTHMA. Most physicians especially specialists have those treatments available. And you know one principle that we try to apply time is we want to get the right medicine for the treatment for the patient but generally that the least amount of medicine for asthma that leads to excellent control of their symptoms. Do you see patients and finding say one of the most important things that I try to convey to people that are on slightly more complicated regimens than just the inhaler as needed. Is that the medicine that they are using to control their? Asthma may not make them feel better that day and so it's really important that we're using it to control the symptoms overall so they have fewer of these big exacerbates asthma attacks. That's an excellent point because a lot of our management time and effort with patients is trite is trying to prevent problems and preventive management. Doesn't always feel good at the time because you're trying to prevent symptoms prevent attacks and these medicines can often be very expensive for patients and so it sometimes I find that patients are to save them and so what I tell them. Look this is going to be a lot cheaper than the hospital cost if you are uncontrolled and have to come in and be seen multiple times or even an emergency sudden asthma.

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"asthma" Discussed on The Guardian's Science Weekly

The Guardian's Science Weekly

10:46 min | 1 year ago

"asthma" Discussed on The Guardian's Science Weekly

"The millions of people being treated faster because we do know the viruses are trick people's asthma. Asthma symptoms. I think it's fantastic. That Corona virus will act in the same way flu and other viral conditions of people's Aspe- symptoms. I'm the Guardian Science and health reports. Ed Nichole Davis. I'm Dr Andy Whitmore. I'm a GP based down in Portsmouth. And I work as as clinically. Andy thanks for joining us here on science weekly. Good morning sanction vitamin so andy before discovered nine thousand nine hundred outbreak the UK already had one of Europe's worst records for treating asthma. Why is that what we do know is that UK has one of the worst death race in Europe and the rate of people dying from ASPIRIN ATTACKS? It seems to be increasing. We don't know the exact reasons for this but what we do know that. A lot of don't take asthma seriously enough by research. Study done by a couple of years ago showed that this many as one in six pay who didn't even know asthma can kill people. See what does asthma actually do to? People affects the lungs. Is that right? Absolutely asked is a condition of the airways achieved leading down into lungs. Get Inflammation inflammation can come and go. But he's responsible for asthma symptoms such as cough. We's restlessness anti chest inflammation also increases people's risk of having a life threatening aspirin attack different people different things etcetera find formation triggers from inside and outside. The body was inside. The body can include stress. Hormone Stephen. The body's response to exercise an outside. This is a bit more well-meant people viruses outage in such as Poland and Animal. Dander and pollution can all set people off when we've looked at this in the past. We've had that over eighty percent of people surveyed by asking you K- slew of major trigger for the Rasmus Corona viruses. Just another topic forest the mice at peak lost so we know that code nineteen affects people's Airways and lung. So does that mean that people with asthma are at greater risk of severe cases of cave in nineteen severe symptoms because we do know the viruses are tricky for people's asthma. Asthma symptoms often is fancy that corona virus will act in the same way flu and other viral conditions of people's Aspe- Simpson's health bodies around the world. All listing esmerelda conditioner Hard risk but so far. There's no evidence suggests that increased infection rates in people with us but there is some evidence to say the people who who have aspirin more likely to go and get more severe illness. What we do know is the viruses are more likely to set of asthma symptoms and asthma attacks people with poorly controlled asthma. What we mean by putting controlled Asmaa Sunday getting asthma symptoms three or more times per week or if needed to a mole coast of all steroids in the last year. What we know though is is how severe some of these underlying that whether that has an impact on effective are such as current of arbs. Iman welby taking a lot of medicines to help keep our Asmaa to control and we don't know whether that means that more or less likely to be protected over nineteen. Do we have any data on mortality rates for asthmatics? Compared with a you don't have an underlying health condition for example we haven't seen any data yet on mortality rates of people with specific conditions. But what we are doing is advising the everybody who has got asked me if they can start keeping on controller their routine day to day symptoms not means that less likely to get a severe outbreak related to Covet nineteen and Kofi prevent themselves from going to hospital having because he might be the concern. Is that if you are fighting cove in nineteen and you have an asthma attack. At the same time you could be at greater risk. Is that a fair conclusion conclusion. Because actually there's two things that could be having unpredictable effects on some these long health. I you've got the effects of the virus itself and then you've got the response of the Airways in the form of asthma symptoms national attack. One thing that's come to light is that lots of people with asthma are suddenly ordering inhalers. It could not cause a shortage of any positives. What's the situation around that we have heard? Some people are having problems. Getting hold of certain medicines and we believe that this is due to nor shortages medication but just as a slight interruption of supply chain. We know the government were very well prepared for Brexit and make sure the asthma medications would not run out and this has meant that. We've got an extra supplies in the country to help deal with this crisis now so because lots of people are ordering extra medicines and lots of people are starting medicines again when they haven't been used for a while individual pharmacies probably don't have enough into manage that demand best applies to so if he runs out there still abor toward order more medicines. But if you find that. Medicine is not available. Pharmacy Awesome Alternatives in. Maybe another drug. Thanks very similar was very important to check that. It is a similar medication to the one you normally take and the you know how to take it. Effectively is there perhaps a bonus? This means that a lot of people living with Mahy perhaps didn't previously US though inhalant now have one. Is that potentially a small silver lining? I didn't know I'm looking for a positive here that there's a definite silver lining to the fact that covered nineteen is scaring people into taking their lung health. More seriously we do know the people do get complacent about their asthma. And because as soon as a condition that comes and goes so people get good weeks or months even good years. They may spend a long time without taking any preventive medication so getting people back on board with what they should be done to look off their. Asthma will actually maintenance as Ajay people. Who Come to me having not used that prevents us for a while and they end up with aspirin. Taxol severe asthma symptoms. Ot this will help prevent that one of our listeners. Asia asked about children with asthma. Should we be particularly concerned about them? So eight seems to be real. Big Predictor of how ill somebody might be as a result of nineteen. We're seeing very very low rates of various Anti Loretta Death in children so this is also reassuring parents of children with asthma. We are encouraging. Everybody would ask including children look after their asthma as well as they can to follow all the government auction hygiene handwashing and to follow strict social distancing to the fight to stay. Well so what is it that we still don't know about the interaction between Kevin? Nineteen and asthma other important things that we still need to unpick. When we've been looking at studies from around the world it does appear that asthma seems beyond the reported. We're not sure whether as a keg mobility as because of different ways of of reporting Detecting it whether it's because we think cutting the disease having aspirin protects people against coveted some situations or even whether the medicines people take much protected them in some way from getting more severe forms of Nineteen Alsaud I Smith. Oh we still do not know the best way to treat him. Severe cases hospitals are saying las of cases where in very hard to establish Does work well? We'll come help recovery and one thing that we're trying to put together which he's lung. Foundation Com ship of northeast. A hub to bring everybody together interest in this whether it's patients researchers or clinicians to try and get more information out there and help Newfield forwards and final question. What's the actual advice? Asthmatics worried about cave in one thousand nine hundred and as a GP de thickness advice has been clear enough to say as is our entire society have had to grasp a lot of new information and applied themselves. No family and friends very very quickly. So People Murad classes being high risk for getting more severe forms of private nineteen. But because everybody is now practicing social distancing we've not had to provide any extra additional advice for people with asthma and the team asked me. You can't be working closely with the government and the NHS to deliver the most accurate health advice to people would ask about lung conditions and we have also provided additional information. What people would ask me? She'd be doing to keep disease under control and when they should seek help is one of my personal worries is because people are more worried about covert nineteen than they are about their SNA that they may taught try and access the Kathmandu chest that they need or maybe that the NHS is so folks on in nineteen and it doesn't look on and assess somebody's asking or at the same time we also know that he was human nature they will above the H. effecting the NHS's is very busy but it is crucial to seek help when they need to thank say much and for joining us. It's been wonderful having you on science. Weekly thank you. Anybody needs any more information and do visit the UK website if you're worried about your own asthma. During the coup bid nineteen outbreak please speech your GP and as per Andy's instruction head over to the asked me you k website at Asthma Dot Org Dot U. K. Will also include a link episodes description on the Guardian website? We would love to keep hearing for me. Please continue to send your questions via former setup head over to the GUARDIAN DOT COM forward slash covert nineteen questions or one word. And if you're worried about symptoms you might have or want to find out more about the outbreak please head over to one one one dot. Nhs DOT UK. Look after yourselves and be sure to join us again on the Guardian Science. Weekly podcast for mobile put costs from the Guardian. Just go to the GUARDIAN DOT COM slash costs..

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"asthma" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"asthma" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Have asthma as well with other names to it some weeks some strong some kills but they do not have a disease is the mother it hasn't got a disease but has crochet and so let me just give you a little story mother is a is that nag she pushes she's worried she doesn't want anything to happen to our kids she is the best and she pushes intimidates and do all the things that she shouldn't do but impatience she gets upset and if the target subsets and what happens to a child who is upset by mother board mother trying to to make sure he grows up to what she wants him to be and every time he is in that way she pushes him and intimidates him you know how that could be maybe I missed a couple of words that describe it better every time the charges subsets it gives life to the mother listen carefully because I can tell you that any time you allow yourself to become upsets you give your life to the bully.

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"asthma" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"asthma" Discussed on AP News

"US only the American accused of being a spy and under arrest in Russia has lost an appeal over his arrest of will remain behind bars. AP's Charles de LA desma reports prosecutors say classified Russian materials were found on him when he was arrested for the US marine was arrested in Moscow at the end of December. The arrest rates speculation that he could be swapped for one of the Russians held in the US now is to appear in court in Moscow with the judge is expected to extend his arrest. His lawyer has told Russian news agencies. The win win with. Attained Atta Moscow hotel, he had something with him the contain state secrets the lawyer added that he didn't know how it got hold of those materials or what he was going to do with them spying charges. Carry a prison sentence of up to twenty years in Russia. I'm shells with asthma. Chinese investigators appear to have confirmed a scientists claim that he helped make the world's first gene, edited babies and that a second pregnancy is underway, and they say he could face consequences. China's official news agency said Monday that investigators determined that scientists hugging Kway evaded supervision of his work and violated research norms because he wanted to be famous the reports said he acted alone, and he will be punished for any violations of the law. Although it didn't say which regulations he may have broken gene quake claimed in November that he altered the DNA of twin girls at conception to try to help them resist infection with the aids virus, his work has been widely criticised us on ethical because of questions about whether the participants truly understood the risks. It's also considered medically dangerous because of possible harm to other genes. And the DNA changes can be passed to future generations. A leaked proposal to. Radio news. I've Tim Maguire. The Senate is scheduled to vote Thursday on the pair of bills designed to end the partial government shutdown GOP chief Mitch McConnell says the.

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"asthma" Discussed on Dishing Up Nutrition

Dishing Up Nutrition

08:19 min | 2 years ago

"asthma" Discussed on Dishing Up Nutrition

"Nutritionist or registered dietitian to find the right amount for your child based, not just on their needs, but on their side out as we were talking about in the break room, you know, the size of a twelve year old vary, so very because they haven't hit there. Some have said, I'm happened some yet, right? Hit their growth spurt yet. So four year old and a fifteen year like they're exactly you know, everyone is a little difference, right? Yeah. And both of these nutrients were really critical for my recovery, I both are are very much therapeutic and very helpful in my experience for helping with my asthma symptoms. And you still take? Yeah. LA to keep your asthma gone on. Yeah, and also the mega three. Yep. Okay. Yeah, very good. So before break, we were talking about the shook sugar hidden in our veges was you know, sharing my experience about what I thought was healthy vol. My juice consumption, and in some cases equaling forty, five teaspoons of sugar a day. I bet this is new information for a lot of people that, oh my goodness, if I'm feeding my child juice, I'm really just feeding them pure sugar. Yeah. So I really want the listeners. To stop right now and answer this question. Are you giving your child juice regularly? You can answer loud, maybe leeann. I'll even hear you hear you shout loud enough. Are you giving your child juice regularly if you answered? Yes. Today's the day to stop. Yes. Stop drinking the juice switch to water. Yes. And I would say that that's really easy to say, right. It's right for kids. You know, kids can be very particular and if they're well adjusted to drinking Jews going from drinking straight, choose to drink in plain water may not be the one step to the shrivel up into not drink anything. Right? And so I often will advise clients of, okay, so we just need to just them to the taste of restricting plain water. So we'll start with delusion and we'll start with your adding some water to the Jews and. Them used to that and you had a little bit more and little bit more and a little bit more. And before you know it, you can really ultimately just of lightly color your water with the giraffe are two of juice, and they'll just take it right down. They need that adjustment that you need to find alternative replacements for kids because they'll just protests. Yeah. In some cases, some cases, maybe we'll be a great new. Maybe they will do it, but no, no, your child? Yeah, you listening know your child, and I think you're rightly of that for most kids you're going to need to slowly adjust because you know what? We, we heighten our tolerance to sugar. So we need more and more and more. And then if all the sudden you cut off at sugar, that's not going to be interesting to them at all. So we have to retrain their tastebuds exactly another idea and something we do here and there at our house when the kids are getting a little bored with water is something called fruits and green. Yup. I know you do that sometimes too. And if you wanna learn more about this product, it's a powder mix that you put in. Water. You can go to our website at weight and wellness dot com. Click on products, and you'll find this fruits and greens powder mix. It's just one little scoop. You added to a big Lhasa water and it's zero sugar, but it's got a little natural sweetness to it. It's full of antioxidants, so antioxidants are those things that help protect our lungs and protect all of our organs really. And there's so many different flavors and I honestly love them. All right now we have the strawberry Kiwi knife because that's what my daughter loves so, and it is delicious. I like to put the Expresso one in my smoothie sometimes in the morning. That's great. So that's another flavored berry one. Yep. Yep. There's all sorts of different flavor and they keep coming out with different flavors, which is really fun with new one. Yeah, and my kids love hall of them and a lot of time we're just going to get out of the season now. But our popsicles at home are dynamic greens with maybe we little natural. Lemon or lime juice and water because love them they and you're just smirking in the background. Oh, you don't know. I'm just load new up with nutrients right rights. Awesome. A lot of ways to use it and kids I have yet to meet a kid that hasn't liked the dynamic green. So yeah, it's a nice one to have around kinda fill into. Yeah, I think you're right. But yeah, like we were saying you for most kids. You're gonna need baby steps. Maybe some creative replacements like diluting that juice or trying the dynamic greens. Yep, Yep. And you might be asking, so why sugar so bad for our lungs. The answer is quite simple. Sugar causes inflammation. We want to know want to know more. You know, I cruise you to go to our website. We have tons of great information about this at weight and wellness dot com. You know and pull up our blog called sugar aches and inflammation that was written. On February fourteenth of two thousand seventeen. Now, you know, when I think about the drinking of all that juice, all I can really think about is the sugar aids x. inflammation a, I love that. At that time I was, you know, my late teens, early twenties. I had lots of inflammation, lots of pains. I remember joking, like, whoa, I feel like I, you know, I middle aged like, I'm yeah, gene rapidly and they all, you know, I'm pretty close to forty and now you know, and now it's like g backward slow. The aches and pains are gone like it was causing effects a direct relation to their issue. I was drinking. There is a direct correlation, right? But I and I know the faithful dishing up nutrition listeners know that sugar causes inflammation, but I bet the new listeners to our program don't know that this is new information reminds me of a conversation I had with my brother about a year year and a half ago. He his elbow had swelled up. He's a farmer rancher back home. So he's doing a lot of physical labor. His elbow had swelled up, so big or swollen up. It was just ugly. Of course. If you knew him, you'd know he'll never go to the doctor and he asked me what I thought about this elbow and. I said, I think you're eating too much sugar and the look on his face. You could tell like thought I grew to heads like that was, and this is a smart guy now graduated valedictorian, but that was a connection he did not know. So I think we have to remember that this isn't knowledge that everybody has, but sugar equals inflammation as Yep. And we'll have to talk more about this. I know we just get into this conversation. Yeah, right. But it's break time. You're listening to dishing up nutrition. We are discussing lung health and nutritional habits that can reduce your child's risk or your risk of developing asthma. Emets surprise you that upwards of seventy percent of people with asthma, also have acid reflux or also known as GERD which can cause an can make asthma more difficult to control. After break, Cassie woes suggest ways to eliminate acid reflux and thus reduce your asthma symptoms. We'll be right back. Hey, cravings. What's up? Not you because I'm taking you down. Oh, didn't see that coming because I've always buckled onto your pressure will this is my house now. So bring it ice cream. You want a piece of cake. I see you in the pantry, potato chips. See this super chick got herself to nutritional weight and wellness, and learned that cravings are two willpower thing more like a blood sugar mineral deficiency, digestive thing, and eating balance sleighs the beasts animal protein healthy fats, vegetable, cobs. The temptation taming Dr Becca make use rank and me shine to. I feel deprived. Not when I'm armed with my nutritional weight and wellness numb numb, chucks. 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"asthma" Discussed on Dishing Up Nutrition

Dishing Up Nutrition

13:04 min | 2 years ago

"asthma" Discussed on Dishing Up Nutrition

"Welcome to dishing up nutrition with licensed nutritionists and dietitians from nutritional weight and wellness weeks plane. The connection between what you eat and how you feel. Stay tuned for practical real life solutions for healthier living through real food nutrition down. You've got to make mom last just kicking down the cobblestone. The phone cruising, welcome to dishing up nutrition. I'm Cassie Wenas. I'm a registered and licensed dietitian, and I have been for about the past twenty years and you listeners know as well as I do that every day, there are new nutrition studies coming out. So of course, I'm always trying to stay on top of things and read those new nutrition studies. I love to do that because it's my passion. It's what I'm interested in, but I also love to do that so that I can share that new information with all of you and help get you on the road to your best health. And I know every one of our longtime listeners understands that what we eat affects every cell in our body, what we eat affects every cell in our brain. Think about that. And today we're going to be talking a lot about how what we eat affects the cells of our lungs today. Our show is all about as. Ma particularly childhood asthma. I think everybody knows that asthma is a long lasting lung disorder, but some of you may not know that l- asthma, excuse me, a fax twenty five million people of all ages in the United States about seven million of those twenty five million asthma sufferers are kids and about three million of those twenty five million are very young kids even as young as three years old. Now, if you're a parent of a child with asthma, you know, well, that those asthma flares can be scary as Ma inflames and narrows the Airways, and then the child starts to cough and to we's or maybe some of you. Listening are adults with asthma. So maybe you know this feeling very well, the wheezing, the tightness in your chest, the shortness of breath. You can only imagine that as a young child, that's really scary to not be able to breathe and sir. Early, it's scary for the parents to watch this unfolding. So I hope you stay with us all our today because we have some great information not just about the mechanics of asthma, but about how you can change your child's diet or your diet for that matter to help alleviate the symptoms of asthma and joining me today as my co host is Leo Wetzel. Leah is a certified nutrition specialist. She's also a licensed nutritionist, but what I think is even more important than all of her credentials is that she has her own personal story about how she put her asthma into remission with good nutrition. So today we're going to have leeann share what worked for her. She'll highlight some of the current research out there and talk about how nutrition can help reduce asthma attacks and lung inflammation. All of this talk about catching our breath. A minute here and catch my breath and say, welcome to the show, Leah. It's so great to be on the air with you really great beyond with you this morning gase it's going to be a really great show, and I think we should just start right off with having you Leotard about how you successfully changed your nutrition to reduce the amount of inflammation in your lungs. And I know that you love to read the research probably even more than I do. So I know you have some great research to share as well, but do you wanna talk a little bit more about your story, sir? Sure. Well, good morning to the listeners. You know, this may sound strange, but I started with the belief system that I was eating something that was eating or drinking, maybe causing my lungs to be inflamed. You know, my asthma wasn't genetic and it wasn't from air pollution. I mean, that does definitely doesn't help when you're when you have. Condition like that, you really underlying the biggest thing that helps me get off of my asthma medications and stop using my rescue inhaler daily was was when I changed my diet. So the biggest thing for me it was it was what I was eating was causing my lungs to be inflamed. He no on research from the national heart on long and blood institute published in the New England Journal of medicine marched who eighteen found that increased odds of inhaled steroids did not prevent severe flare ups. So basically extra Sarid medication did not help and their side effects. There are bad side of an exile of taking steroids. Yes, so I knew I needed to look at another source to be symptom free. And as a nutritionist, I looked at foods. Are well known to cause inflammation whether in your lungs or for some people that inflammation is in their knees, right? Or in their head of they're having chronic migraines formation manifest in many different ways. You know, when I looked at my diet prior to coming to work at nutritional weight and wellness, many years before it was full of high sugar juices and sugar. I knew that soda was high in sugar, but I had no idea that Jews was just as inflammatory and high in highs as sugar as soda and is contained so much right. So much invited sugar, a lot of sugar in that juice. And I think you're certainly not the only one, I unless you study nutrition. I don't think people stop to to ponder as what is in juice and how does that compare to sorta? But like you have said, Leah juice contains. About the same amount of sugar. If you look out for our, it's it already close. I didn't some. It is the same. The same depend which juice in which pop. So think about it this way your lungs don't know the difference. They don't know if you just got that sugar load from a Beila mountain dew, or if you just got that sugar load from a big bottle of apple juice or orange juice, right? And as I was preparing for this show, I came across some really sobering research here that I wanna share with everybody. Juice pop other sugary drinks are the cause of about one hundred eighty four thousand deaths each year worldwide. Oh, oh my goodness. Isn't that just obnoxious? That was reported back in two thousand fifteen. If anybody wants to read that research further in a journal called circulation, it was in their August two thousand fifteen publication. Now of those one hundred and eighty four thousand deaths. They determined that. About one hundred thirteen thousand were from diabetes. So do you see the link here too much sugar from the orange juice and the mountain dew and the sweet tea and you get diabetes and then complications of diabetes lead to death of those one hundred eighty four thousand deaths worldwide from high sugar drinks about forty, five thousand come from cardiovascular disease and about six thousand five hundred come from different forms of cancer. So again, all of these deaths were the result of inflammation from beverages, high in sugar, whether it's pop or Jews or sweet tea or how about these coffee drinks? Yes. Oh my goodness. I am even seen so my my son is twelve. He'll be thirteen soon. A lot of his friends. I feel like are addicted to these foo foo coffee drinks, the mocha's the Frappuccino and I don't think they or their parents realized how much sugar is. In them, right. An big discussion in the office when I'm working with a young one that has asthma or any other sort of inflammation is what are they drinking? I mean, not only what are the eating, but a lot of times people really don't realize the level of sugar that they're consuming on their beverages and a lot of times that that target age range. Yeah, that is where they're going to their coffee shop and getting those high sugar coffee drinks. And I think you're exactly right that they don't realize what's in them. Right, right, right, right. You know, I think this research reflects the overwhelming problem with most of the beverages available today. You know, I drink a lot of fruit juice, not realizing that if I drank one sixteen ounce juice, you know, I was getting at least about forty, five grams of carbohydrates. Let's over what I would consider a meal worth of carbohydrate, right in a little. You know, five, five minute maybe timeframe, and that's over eleven teaspoons of sugar. You know, however, you know, I didn't drink, you know, one bottle of juice. You know. I would often in a day's time. I would drink three to four bottles of juice every day. So I where I used to work at the time, they would sell them in the vending machine. So I would go and get a bunch for the day on, you know, thinking again. Oh, I'm tween. Good. I'm not drinking, not drinking, so it. Yeah, yeah, seven hundred soda. But yeah, I would drink a lot of juice in. So some days I was drinking forty, five teaspoons of sugar, and then you know, that's without even what foods you right eating that so row. That's a lot of sugar circulating, yes, in I really just didn't realize how unhealthy my juice drinking habit was for my lungs and because you know, somehow I had bought into all of the advertisements on TV or magazine. Jeans. Even some, you know, health magazines will say that this is the route to do for for drinking and health. It's a lot of juice waters better. Right? Well, we have our first break, Cassie. Oh, ready, y'all, ready? It goes fast. You're listening to dishing up nutrition brought to you today by nutritional weight and wellness. The frequency of asthma has ridden risen in the US over the past thirty years and many researchers believe that the process food diet. Many Americans are eating is the root cause a two thousand seven studies showed that children who grew up on eating real food like what we talk about on this show every week, right? We're less likely to have asthma, like symptoms today. We are discussing the change I made in my diet to put my asthma symptoms into remission. I changed from eating a high. Sugar processed foods to a real food diet that cook in my kitchen at home. You know, stay tuned as we outlined my personal approach to eliminating my asthma symptoms will be right back. Welcome back to dishing up nutrition since we're discussing asthma and lung health today. I think it's important till book at specific nutrients that support healthy lung tissue. I think a lot of you realize that omega three fish oils help to reduce inflammation, but to reduce lung inflammation. The research actually indicates that the omega six fatty acid called GLA or the longer name is gamma. Lennick acid is the preferred fatty acid. GLA is what we call an activated fatty acid, and it supports healthy tissue really throughout the body, but it really works on those lungs. It seems to target those lungs and reduce inflammation there. That's sort of its specialty. It's also the fatty acid that's been. Official for hair growth, healthy skin and strong nails. So again, GLA is a key fatty acid for reducing inflammation in the lungs and for keeping the lung tissue, flexible and healthy on that. Note, if you're wanting to supplement with healthy fatty acids to help heal your asthma for adults, we would recommend starting with two thousand milligrams of omega three fish oil capsules, or you can do that in a liquid form. And then add on six hundred milligrams of GLA that gamma Lena Lennick acid. If you're wanting to start your child on fish oil supplements and possibly GLA leeann I think it's best to work with a licensed nutritionist

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"asthma" Discussed on talkRADIO

talkRADIO

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"asthma" Discussed on talkRADIO

"In as being revolutionary and transforming how people manage asthma unfortunately not every takes wrestler inhaler regularly they there are so many different italians out that actually healthcare professionals and people get confused about how to use them and we just need to really raise the profile of asthma so that people do take it more seriously people do die from it well that's singles scene is something it's just something that people get along with with all know people who use your listen we'll think of it as minor problem is you say can be very very serious i wonder if there's also an issue in terms of the number of chemicals that are in our daily lives now that creating problems i'm i'm for instance i'm allergic to there's a fresh that people spray and the ones that people have in their call so it's i getting a car window is open all the windows and i i read that something like a surge of people are allergic to these i wonder if the advent of percentage candles as a glade freshness and all this stuff and increase calls whether out she knows a lot of people are developing problems with asthma because we we all now instead of sort of you know just just open the window and having fresh air we all now intent on having these chemical heir freshness it's not had any indication at all in terms of asthma suffering what we do know is that everybody would ask them has very different triggers for some people it's very predictable like hay fever we do know that one born in two thirds of people sorry right pollution is a problem for their asthma and yeah and here we do here lots of stories from individuals where candles or other very very specific triggers set them off the biggest thing is most of these triggers a very unpredictable so we see people with a virus or hay fever which shot up in the last couple of weeks changes in weather doing exercise at the same time and it does really upset people's lungs and that can be life threatening because it's so unpredictable.

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"asthma" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"asthma" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Of all if you wanted to know the truth about acid rain the truth about acid rain is it's it's never been what the environmentalists they they they make you think that acid was raining down from the sky and life was melting first of all that part of the story is not true it's a way overblown crises but then he says i grew up with asthma and remember when acid rain devastate the catskills asthma has nothing to do with acid rain acid asthma has nothing to do with weather and climate in many cases you can have asthma from pollen lot of people have asthma for pollen and hey peop fever you get asthma that's induced by exercise lotteries for asthma so just throwing out the asthma cards not gonna get me any sympathy but i say that because he he is all about the environment all about the environment he believes humans don't have time to wait when it comes to saving environment he's also one of these guys he believes we should have a fossil free future in other words no fossil fuels so let's think about this he's running for congress on a platform of we can't wait when it comes to saving the environment he's running on a platform that says we need to be fossil free he's also running on a platform that says and i'm going to visit all one hundred sixty three towns and cities in my district the district i want to represent new york nineteen so are you ready for this he's driving city to city and in nineteen ninety nine ford winnebago not a tesla not a leaf that even a hybrid a one thousand nine hundred ninety nine ford winnebago now i don't know if this is i can't tell by looking at if it's enough to fifty i'm guessing it's not an f one fifties probably have to fifty he's getting eight to ten miles a gallon and he's lecturing us about a fossil free does it get any better than this and there will be people off and i'm looking the other way that's fine no i want this man this man it's all about saving the universe now oh my gosh okay so we've got that for.

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"asthma" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"asthma" Discussed on RobinLynne

"On the baby want telling asthma gone you'll be fine time patient using facing wasting time promise the main of my mind be fine nothing you save it from the thanks thanks q's better tell me still she no more nicole thank you.

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"asthma" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"asthma" Discussed on 710 WOR

"So in love and i i never thought that would happen to me but it did and i swept her off her feet and she she got swept off her feet and and from that second when i said you're gonna be my wife until january fifth and and and it still goes on of course it'll never change this love will last forever whoever might chance across my life in some way no matter what happened might happen to me in the in the future there sh ramona will always be with me and will always be my love anyway i'm going to tell you the story now of what happened although just one more i guess note before i begin ramona had a very very serious asthma i'm sure that many of you listen through the year is no that i've been off the air at times taking care of asthma my wife's asthma attack which would we i guess we probably went through i don't know thirty or forty asthma attacks in time fifteen years we were married some very serious some not and i've seen her turn blue actually her skin actually turn blue and so as a result of that we have everything here we have what's called a nebulizer which is a machine and augment the the inhaler that she used to damn much we have oxygen we have everything short of what a hospital can do i remember one time going to the hospital with ramona during an attack scare the hell out of me because the doctor said look i'm going to have to give her a shot and it's a very dangerous shot and i'm gonna listen to her heart while i give this shot and what they had to do is cause her heart to race and get more oxygen into her system but it was such a serious drug that he was administering that he said he'd have to listen as he actually gave the shot and that's the kind of thing we've been through and i i've learned many things some of them just as recently as tonight this is something this is something that my wife's mom wrote they were estranged for a number of years and during that time julie less you julie wrote to ramona and i'm just gonna read about a sentence of this because it's really all that's relevant it it says where's my little girl.

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"asthma" Discussed on WIMS AM 1420

WIMS AM 1420

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"asthma" Discussed on WIMS AM 1420

"Prevent your child's next asthma attack one we love ratatouille.

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"asthma" Discussed on We're No Doctors

We're No Doctors

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"asthma" Discussed on We're No Doctors

"Until i told that way dr and she was like um you know you might have asthma she's like you could have adult like onset asthma said i'm going to prescribe you two things to prescribe me this stuff called brio which is like a long term inhaler wickets not like if you have an asthma attack that's not what you're gonna wanna use to cleared up immediately it's something that you use to build up your resistance to asmara weather but so i'm using in it's like a powder and you inhale it did daily she's like i'm gonna give you that do that for a few weeks and you should be start feeling better which which i did for them for the most part and she's like urban give you this steroid inhaler that's you know we see in movies and tv shows and probably a bunch of your friends who have asthma when they have an asthma attack and start weasing have about little missed inhaler i got one of those and she gave me this like a month and a half ago and um i had music and honestly as kind of scared to use it you know a busy and i have talked we don't like doing drugs just for the you know who they make up at least me they make me feel i i would really react strongly even like allergy medicines or a you know i take something i feel it really strong so i didn't want to take because i knew it was steroid so as i go i don't wanna get old wiry amp top sell wa.

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"asthma" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"asthma" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"But i better go nerve stuff tested okay the f you feel better yeah how much are you doing less sushi yeah almost none elveno fish so g like three or four swordfish a week before because of my a sore and mchale let me why is it was just so much sushi and salad and all this crap you know it's great but you chip that's why women who are pregnant can't have swordfish and tuna and all that stuff because do high mercury get rid of very very easily more cows cats all right and let's kit kind of a team of them handling earned the desk chair screaming at people with smoke we can is asthma 'tiger has asthma how dare you features body ondemand that's what i'm talking about online fitness streaming service unlimited access to a variety of effective worldclass workouts personalized to your needs plus nutritional content don't eat all that swordfish that's the first thing they are going to tell you when you check out beach body ondemand convening accessible use your computer webenabled tv tablets smartphone or any other webenabled device no need to go the gm you just work it out and on your own spot man away from the prying eyes annual subscription is cheaper than any jim membership programs for any fitness level cardio weight training yoga low impact in a even dance over six hundred different workouts and right now my listeners get a free trial membership when you text the word.

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"asthma" Discussed on CBC Radio - Spark

CBC Radio - Spark

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"asthma" Discussed on CBC Radio - Spark

"Tell me a bit about your own work were kinda sensor you to the old i've been working on a focusing on paediatric asthma when kids have asthma attacks it really affects their ability to participate in social events sometimes they're not able to attend school so if we can provide information to boost the um patients the children and their parents it could help them manage their asthma better so we've been looking at what are the markers that you could monitor and can we develop small handheld portable sensors that can be used for them to manage their asthma in conjunction and working with their doctors so the goal here with you this would be something that could be in the home that could be used or even perhaps something that's mobile could use themselves of their meeting to go to the doctor absolutely so it might be something that so mobile that the child can carry it with them and they can actually just check and see how they're doing during the course of the day whether commonalities amongst how these various sensors work or disease disease require specific technology so what i've seen so far is the sensors themselves are very different and so you tend to see groups that are taking their concept and applying it i the civic disease but in later one st tailored it for that disease if they do figure out new chemicals to measure later they can usually update their devices so that they can measure other types of breath compounds that are interesting for different disease doubts um still in progress right now what kind of impact will these new technologies have on medicine how much potential do you think there's.

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