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Helping Medical Students with Voice with Dr. Neel Desai, Co-Founder of MedFlashGo

Inside VOICE

05:16 min | 6 months ago

Helping Medical Students with Voice with Dr. Neel Desai, Co-Founder of MedFlashGo

"So you've been practicing medicine for about about fifteen years. What got you interested in medicine in the first place so I come from a medical family and my parents positions and almost half? I say half of my family are in the medical field They're pretty much all. We joke that we could probably make our own. HMO PPO it was just kind of like growing family it it was more like this is pretty much what it was kind of expected but at the same time it was something I did find interest in helping people and also science ensue also education just kind of being teacher on the oldest brother and so that came naturally to me kind of guiding and teaching the younger generation. That's kind of on my passions too. I I love that and I had found on twitter because I saw you had posted a video with your son using voice technology and I wanted to share your story A. and your son has a why can you tell us about what that is and what his struggles are and how voice is helping him live a better life. Yeah exactly so for those. That don't know Hawaii are genesis and Perfecta is it's basically it's commonly referred to as brittle bone disease which causes have bones to fracture with minimal all to no trauma but it's really more of a structural kind of connective. Tissue problems really affects multiple areas of his health. So one of the things that ah very passionate about is educating the general medical public about his condition so rare even the medical community doesn't even I didn't see much of diagnosed with it and one of the things that we found that was very helpful as certain monitoring technology especially things like boys technology so one of the things that it does help is is for example with it can affect physical tippy falls or pressures we have like a lot of like we speakers Smarter Sin Speakers in the home so if he falls being it's help you can kind kind of communicate through that way another way like to kind of turn on rooms like light sir appliance like things that are turn off the lights or just kind of help because he has uh-huh shorter stature but this kind of helps her those kind of had to be adopted those kinds of situations and I know you personally. You're co-founder have also created to voice. We skills can you tell us about them in where the idea came from and what they're about one of the things that I also do as a family doctors. I teach medical students. The University of Cincinnati in University Kentucky Person Secure Medical Soon so and one of my co founders also teaches medical students while hand one of the things that were. We're very passionate medical education and this came about from actually kind of hanging out with my son one day he was actually doing a skill on Alexa where he was just asking. State capitals battles. I got the idea of Lexicon Athletes State capitals. I wonder if you could do that. For more complex new learning material like medical board questions and medical exam damn questions so we got looking into that and we ask that question we started kind of looking for some developers a couple of years ago bound developer team out in California which actually turned out being from the same hometown as my co founder and Secretary Brown and wake up Eventually long story short of last year near and a half we created the first goal was met Westcote so basically medical test exam questioning or medical Ford questions medical exams and we're also in the process of creating like dental exams exams rushing banks and a third one is also an underproduction while and so do you have people using this. What has been their feedback? Has It helped them pass the exam. What's Kinda been the feedback in the success? So far right so it's really early. We haven't really start like we just kinda released April. We are just kind of doing the final kind of quality. Ali checks this week actually and now the board exam prep season is going to be start going into high gear over the next three or four months. This is why we're going to start really kind of marketing at more and Kind of promoting medical schools. But we've shown it's a medical students and so we've had good positive response to it so far so it's still very early in the process but this is kind of. We're relying the foundation over the next couple years. Did you find that this also came from the Axa medical students were meeting this that they needed someone to ask them questions. Send that and help them. Maybe comprehend certain things better. Yeah this is more from the medical students biggest problems that we're solving with medical suances. They have they have no time under a lot of stress and they're also have like a lot of financial. Couple is one of the things that we want to do. It was were marking is like the supplement during downtime to save them time like so. It's not a primary learnings where it's more supplemental thing like in the car or taking the dog for a walk or kind of doing the laundry or preparing dinner so it's Kinda like get those couple of extra questions and the other thing is also it's using the voice. Instead of like a lot of times students day they get like is there in front of screens screens all day. So this kind of let's do other things and not gonna like one of my co-founder said one of the big things for him. When News Time per boards was his eyes got really tired strains certain kinds of rest there is this allows them to connor? Restaurant do other things than study at the same time. So it's it's kind of that. Marketing has basically to do it during down sometime to save some time crushes learning on the golf basically.

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"bone disease" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"bone disease" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

"I think we went to Grassi as Madre, you know, cute by patio seating. The second day our second or third date, we go, and I told him that. I love caramel apples. That's like my thing. So he ADA now. I don't know why. I actually hate. But he was saying that he used to pick apples or somewhere. I was like I love apples. Yeah. Meat like, that's like my favorite thing. And I know. Yeah. Apple green line's always. I hate green ones. I actually don't like apples and general anyway. This stupid apple. But it was so sweet. And I was like oh shit. I forgot I said that. So he's like, let's have dessert. And he he brought that out. And I was like, oh cute. So I decided to bite into it at the table because you know, he's all excited about my tooth came out Rican. My to my front tooth friend to fatal very fake. I was gonna say it has it can just come on your gums like that no veneer. So it came. I didn't realize but I've been into the and then I see my tooth. Doc in the car. I was like I want to kill myself because I automatically went to like, I'm disgusting. I know I know how it looks without without a front tooth. I look like a freaking hillbilly it down, right? Oh, no. Into a little shark legs typically out so sharply that's live under here. Like a little sharp point. So anyway, like a through like a little screw literally shaved my original tooth down to a very sharp point their nerves in your teeth. Yeah. I've I've got a couple to all right. But I never. I don't know. I know I intentionally lemme see before they put the new tooth on. I was like give me the MIR. See? Like, a funny Instagram store for the circle. To these two are fake this one too. But anyway, I have three fake wants out on the on the apple and he's like his white as a ghost like are you? Okay. And I was like what all like to. I'm fine. I'm fine. And he's like, oh, my God, you're to automatically super self conscious. I was like wrap this shit up. I'm so sorry. I I gotta go and apple and I'm like you took the. I didn't know if I needed my tooth back to give back to my whatever they made me a new one. But anyway, but then I was so mortified about what happened. So he called to check in on a haze everything. Okay. What happened to your mouth is everything? And I said, you know, I I'm going through a lot, and I was embarrassed. And I said I have a I have this disease since I was. And it's like this this weird degenerative bone disease. Are you making this up though? Yeah. What you can just say. Came out in the in apple. No, no. Okay. Little more complicated. Like, I would've just been like our freaking. Honesty is the best policy..

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"bone disease" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

The Complete Guide to Everything

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"bone disease" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

"Bones are fine bones are fine because bones, even if a animal dies of natural causes you shouldn't eat the meat, but he need the bones. Follow. Are you saying some veterans eat an animal that died of natural causes? You get you get sick. Right. Yeah. Probably, but you can eat the bodes some bone disease died you never go to thanksgiving. And they're like this Turkey died of old age. Yeah. No. That would be it's it's skin would be all paper. Yeah. I mean circus king this paper. Once he cook it he's bed. Anyway, I had a nice things turkeys, not bad. And I'm sick of all these people. I only really saw this year for the first time or there's a big like nobody likes Turkey Turkey's bed. Stop pretending like you like Turkey. I like Turkey go to hell, right. You like dry crap. Yeah. I do like dry crap. Delitzsch is it drives me out? I got here. That's how you get those bloody Boogers though, you might be onto something. But you're right like most normal traditional thanksgiving sides are vegetables like turkeys, only meet it's not like most people have like Turkey with a side of bacon and a plate of hamburgers. Everything else is usually vegetables something's might have bacon in them. But avoid those things. Yeah. And it was a lot of older people. So that any two for either just like do you need a tofu Turkey, and they think is like tofu just a funny word because like it's a word. They recently learned right old, folks. Have you ever had to folks? Let's stop teaching them. New words. I mean, it sounds like the they'll nobody Tom to for have you ever had to Furby. No, what is curious what tofu that they like roast? Is it flavor? I think it's flavored like Turkey. I mean, I'm against like don't look. I think Turkey gets a bad rap. I think it's better than people think. But I I will draw the line at flavoring things Turkey. It's not that good tasting thing to serve flavoring other things Turkey flavored good. That's where you draw the line, murdering an animal no draw the line at the copyright infringement for for Turkey's someone standing up for the turkeys, right? Yeah. But anyway, leading into what this episode's about the big news, which if people fall my Instagram, they're already well aware. But I went home, my mom got a new dog a puppy, man. The big news. The big news exciting time in your lifetime. Well, she got in the Doug the day before she had found the dog like a week before. But brought it home the day before thanksgiving, which was the day that I went home. Okay. So I got to see this dog first time. That is most confused when. Yeah, when it was like, really like what's going on. Who is this guy getting used to the smell of your mom's house? Yeah. And I realized like I don't I've. I've been around very few puppies in my life and kittens. Yeah puppies and kittens are the best. Yeah. Don't you wish they you? They wouldn't turn into dogs and cats. No because I like dogs and cats. Yeah. But not as much as puppies and kittens true, but I will get my dog snoring. What I had not I guess I was aware of it hadn't really thought about is. Because I haven't been around the may puppies. How crazy puppies are they gonna let energy town? This thing is unlimited energies, somebody is run off a cold fusion this dog. We could tap this energy. Saul str-. How would we get energy on a treadmill? Yeah. Them wire up the treadmill to the grid. Yeah. They don't have enough. Yeah. They make the treadmill go around, but maybe enough puppies. There's gotta be a way that we can harness the power of puppies, puppy power, puppy power. Yeah. You get a bunch of them. Get them running around. Yeah. I mean, they eat a lot. But not compared to it's fine. They're going to eat anyway. And they're going to run around anyway treadmill generates electricity. Yeah. I can believe to how light this puppy was the first time. I went to pick them up aim away at all really must have you..

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"bone disease" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"bone disease" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Brokers low. I have no idea. I will not I won't go near a grocery store. Right ahead of this. Okay. That's good. You got cable down there. Okay. All right. Wednesday flow. Good. Current overturned. Well, Ross can't see it, and he's checked at least three times. So. Yeah. How bad should the Packers have actually lost yesterday to the bears? That was a pretty good game. Wasn't it? I'll tell you. What? There's this whole whiny Aaron Rodgers sing is ruined the sack how many penalties have to watch yesterday. Because if you if you don't know this no call and tell me that you're boycotting the NFL. That's fine. That's your decision. Good for you. I'm just pointing out something I observed I observed is these guys that are taught to tackle the quarterback in a very specific way. And I don't just mean murderous head to helmet that kind of her helmet to helmet kind of stuff, but the sheer act of them landing where some of their body weight is on the quarterback is now eight penalty. So they have to themselves to the side because the Packers Aaron Rodgers got hurt like that. And they decided they were gonna go with a quarterback with brittle bone disease, or whatever his problem is. And now the sack of the quarterback is at best. Is is getting ridiculous, even.

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Eight new conditions approved for CT's medical marijuana program

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

00:40 sec | 2 years ago

Eight new conditions approved for CT's medical marijuana program

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"bone disease" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"bone disease" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"To continuing to wrestle with these issues mr janney some breeders use osteoporosis medication on young horses to increase bone density in those with signs of bone disease and reports indicate that some breeders use them without good cause and in very young horses sometimes to improve the horses x ray images and other tasks results to make the horse more marketable to buyers so my question is are racehorses regulated and monitored from birth or only once they enter racing and further if they're only regulated during racing doesn't that mean that the breeders are actually the ones being allowed to operate without an outside authority ensuring the safety of the horses illinois democrat adam kissing her asking the questions about to answer here chucky club chair stewart johnny i think that there is certainly an element of truth to what you're saying i believe the answer would be that that the real regulation of horses comes when they make their first appearance at the racetrack and you do have a lot of sales that require horses to present themselves in the very best way that that that the buyers may like or to work a certain distance of ground at a later date so that their tractive to buyers and i think that's an area that does need to be looked at mr martin has said that's important i think it's important to we need a level playing field i don't think horses should be asked to do at a young age what they may not be capable of doing the fact of the matter is when a horse works fast as as a juvenile it attracts buyers and so there is this push to get a horse to work very fast time in their lives when it may not be appropriate so i have no problem with addressing that issue thank you ms block my understanding is it resources experience exercise induced pulmonary hemorrhage in which layman's terms mean horses can bleed from their noses into their lungs during a race to mitigate the severity of the bleeding lasix is administered the horses four hours before the race i've heard from veterinarian groups staunchy believe lays is necessary and its uses in the best interest of racehorses specially for their health and welfare so i have two questions for you on this point i a scientific research support the use of lasix to protect racehorses from h and please provide a yes or no on that as i am not a veterinarian so i would defer to my colleagues on that first point but please your second point understanding that the humane society's mission is to advocate for laws to protect animals how can you support a bill that bans lasix on race day a medication we just agreed protects horses or science i've heard agreed protects horses when the american association of ecuadoran practitioners north american association of racetrack veterinarians.

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"bone disease" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"bone disease" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Not far away i mean under his gerson born with brittle bone disease he uses an adapted tricycle to move around the city unrest welcomes mr petro's promises of inclusion from better wheelchair access on public transport to improve healthcare but it dedication under this things that's key to changing the country 'cause we got me in lanes if you make location free violence will drop considerably because education if people are reportedly through knowledge to have a better future the peace deals opened up politics in this country it while pizano is the dean of the school of government at the university of los angeles people she that this different attorney ticks this leftist is something which is lille which is not violent this type of one went to work considered to be subversive because they were linked with the farc wants the farc leave their arms and decided to participate in our democracy in columbia people take different attitudes with these types of groups in that would permit mr petrol to a very strong vote for him in in the coming elections aquino harlem the millennials fi jesus but the dookie campaign has capitalized on mr petras left wing politics by warning that columbia could become a new venezuela dr petra soon associated with cherries with venezuelans fleeing into columbia every month the message resonates with many one thing this campaign has made clear is that people in colombia one change with columbia used on conflict you can't blame it's people for dreaming the question is which of the candidates can realize them in this deeply divided nation katie watson reporting the former boss of france telecom dd lumbar and six other managers are to face trial over an alleged culture of harassment that led to thirty five suicides at the firm mr lombardo and his team or accused of having made life deliberately unpleasant for employees so they would leave of their own accord i asked her europe regional editor mike sanders to give us the background well this dates back to about two thousand eight two thousand nine when france telecom was being privatized used to be a flagship state company but the bar was brought in to to push through this privatization pro program at eight decided they needed to get rid of twenty eight thousand jobs out of hundred thousand and he didn't really want to do that by redundancies so the allegation is that he created such a horrible climate to work in that people would going to leave of their own accord and he was doing things like posting people to offices away from their families and and giving them demeaning tasks to do and in some cases people were not told that their own office was actually moving and they they pitched up at work to find the had no colleagues know anything and so it was a very demoralizing process that's while the prosecutors say has anything similar happen before with any other company well now this this is seems to be a real one off steady calm is now orange and it's a top blue chip company in in france and it's the first time a company like this as has been hit with this kind of lawsuit this criminal proceedings mr lumbar we have to stress denies any wrongdoing and he says look obviously we had to take some some difficult tough choices at the time but you can't say that anything that i did actually leads to the these suicides and we're talking about suicides people jumping out of windows one case an employee said to have stabbed himself in in a during a meeting you know these these things were obviously very hard but mr limbaugh says look you can't actually make a direct link between what i did and what these people did and has the fact that he and other managers are facing trial been welcomed by former staff the unions the unions are certainly pleased that it's got to this stage he's been under investigation since twenty twelve on the unions of doing the other hand say that they would rather the he faced a chon a charge of corporate manslaughter of the prosecutors have declined to do that so this is the charge actually will face is moral harassment in french law mike sanders now here's an easy way to make ten thousand dollars.

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"bone disease" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"bone disease" Discussed on WDRC

"They did when they when they were younger they eat lots of grains eight lots of flax which is really good fat they fruits and vegetables a lot of a lot of raw vegetables they definitely eat meat and dairy but it's again it's always local there no stores again that's local meet local dairy grass fed cow kill it you know you get the milk from the cow it's not pasteurized the meat from the cows of course one hundred percent grassfed they you know they have beans and peas and they have lentils elite it they you know they eat all this just basic fresh clean food they lots and lots and lots of flax meal which is really good fromm maga's and but again they also eat me when the you know there's not a lot of meat available for them otherwise they probably more but again it's it's another culture that we're looking at is like okay well what are these people do who have no cancer no heart disease seniors are considered age ninety two hundred and ten they have twenty twenty vision no tooth decay no bone disease their energy they rarely suffer from fatigue and they walked twenty miles a day so how do they live their lives they always stay active they had plenty of sleep they they move they don't stress themselves out or or they don't overeat they just you know they don't eat any processed food that he just kind of regular fruits and vegetables and call god food that come from the land there there's no sugar they definitely eat meat and dairy but it's not the stuff that you get here and the local supermarket is is pure right from the cow you know grass fed meat you can you can get that here it's just you have to know what it is and look for it but again it's just you move around you get plenty of sleep you don't consider yourself old when you think you're old and you always put that in your mind a mold of all the getting all them getting old you're gonna feel old and people in our country think that they're supposed to feel old at even fifty.

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"bone disease" Discussed on Teen Creeps

Teen Creeps

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"bone disease" Discussed on Teen Creeps

"I certain type of guy where it's like like a guy will lash out and then i didn't want to hurt you like why would you do this to me and push me until i freak out and be violent which is what ender was doing because he was like he straight up kilson but he like cries about it because i didn't want to hurt him like why would they make me do that yeah and it's then even the adults are like well you know he didn't start it so it's a gal that you killed you killed yeah he killed some did commit murder sand how he could have killed them that easily not like you really wailed on these doesn't have like muscle man he's not yeah nine of this story is at stilts in has a bone disease now yeah there's a there's a legal doctrine called the eggshell skull doctrine quasi asli and it's if you like box on the head and you just kind of just like like this and i just slightly tap my head just now but it like causes their brain to like shadowy shatter like you are liable in private injury case for all the damages them even though you didn't know like everything if you meant to hit their head you're liable for damages coming out of it wow that's fucked up now i can't hit all those egghead people all heads all those heads and their smarts yeah he straight up commits murder twice commits genocide and after every chapter i'd be like what the fuck am i read like wait on yeah it was a lot of like him being like.

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"bone disease" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"bone disease" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

"Hi it's rates of osteoporosis crippling bone disease denmark norway holland in sweden the dairy industry every dairy farmer and they're probably few in the audience now you know that revie hundred pounds of milk you produce you gotta pay fifteen cents to the national fluid milk processors doesn't sound like a lot of money what are they doing with that money is five hundred million dollars a year to paint milk mustaches on the lips of months robert welcome the to you how nice to be here mother says milk is good what is this milk is no good let me tell you about milk the number one protein in milk is k seen see a sein at eighty percent of the protein enough that's the same glue they used to put a label on a bottle of beer that's the same do they used to hold your wouldn't furniture together so we're drinking glow you drinking glue and you create so much mucus this much casing this much mucus okay we're getting technical issues a lot of chemical what qualify to talk about these well the greatest controversy in the history of the food and drug administration was the genetic engineering of milk i'm the only person in america to be invited to meet with a group of top scientists that fda used to do research fifty dollar word cycle neuro endocrinology the study of brain and behavior how hormone's effect behavior an i uncovered secrets i opened up a pandora's box of secrets that the dairy industry wishes of never had been opened mouth is so bad in how come everybody else's so wrong and so brainwash that it's good for you well they get calcium ripken suppose for his mustache spike lee spike lee you got five hundred thousand kids in the new york area that have asthma their drinking this glue every day spike lee 95 percent of african americans are lactose intolerant how could he wear this milk moustache this is a message money is spent by the dairy industry if your doctor you call this toll free number eight hundred why milk that singer two hundred dollars worth of free information you call my tollfree number eight eight eight.

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"bone disease" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"bone disease" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Hi it's rates of osteoporosis crippling bone disease denmark norway holland in sweden the dairy industry every dairy farmer and they're probably few in the audience now you know that revie hundred pounds of milk you produce you gotta pay fifteen cents to the national fluid milk processors doesn't sound like a lot of money what are they doing with that money is five hundred million dollars a year to paint milk mustaches on the lips of months robert welcome the to you how nice to be here mother says milk is good what is this milk is no good let me tell you about milk the number one protein in milk is k seen see a sein at eighty percent of the protein enough that's the same glue they used to put a label on a bottle of beer that's the same do they used to hold your wouldn't furniture together so we're drinking glow you drinking glue and you create so much mucus this much casing this much mucus okay we're getting technical issues a lot of chemical what qualify to talk about these well the greatest controversy in the history of the food and drug administration was the genetic engineering of milk i'm the only person in america to be invited to meet with a group of top scientists that fda used to do research fifty dollar word cycle neuro endocrinology the study of brain and behavior how hormone's effect behavior an i uncovered secrets i opened up a pandora's box of secrets that the dairy industry wishes of never had been opened mouth is so bad in how come everybody else's so wrong and so brainwash that it's good for you well they get calcium ripken suppose for his mustache spike lee spike lee you got five hundred thousand kids in the new york area that have asthma their drinking this glue every day spike lee 95 percent of african americans are lactose intolerant how could he wear this milk moustache this is a message money is spent by the dairy industry if your doctor you call this toll free number eight hundred why milk that singer two hundred dollars worth of free information you call my tollfree number eight eight eight.

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"bone disease" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"bone disease" Discussed on WDRC

"No prescription drugs no prescription hence about x rate they keep themselves healthy because they don't they unlike people in industrialized world's an industrialized countries like ours these people they never fallen breaking armor allegra hip because there's no bone disease because they move they move and they walk in the hike and they're not sitting around and the night eating sugar and the night eating processed food and have chemicals in their body because those things all 'cause a lot of these diseases um they take care of their spines they do everything there's no one is over way again no crime and no suicide this isn't it amazing this just there's no stores there's no package food there's no process food there's no artificial preservatives has no chemical additives they eat the same thing the other people eight the local meat and milk when they can get it they eat fish and vegetables and and fruits and everything is local and fresh freshly made the beams and not sincere means and a lot of them have to um grow their own so they're out there gardening and doing all this physical work and getting out in the in the weather and like it when it whether it's hot or cold wherever it is like getting outside with the it's good for you are again everything picked fresh only eat like milk and eggs in they do all that stuff they don't need a lot of calories a lotta people around the world don't need a lot of calories his people here we need a lot of calories and you go to the store you go the restaurant sorry and you know if you don't get a huge serve and you're like you think he got chipped rate anyway we're going to be talking about so those are the culture so you see a successful culture you see people who are healthy and i don't want to hear you ever want you to think it's their genetics because it's not whose those their people from those societies societies that live in our country and they've done research and they have the same heart disease and cancer that we have they're not immune to it because of their genetics is their lifestyle so when you.

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"bone disease" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"bone disease" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Hi it's rates of osteoporosis crippling bone disease denmark norway holland in sweden the dairy industry every dairy farmer and they're probably few in the audience now you know that revie hundred pounds of milk produce you gotta pay fifteen cents to the national fluid milk processors doesn't sound like a lot of money what are they doing with that money is five hundred million dollars a year to paint milk mustaches on the lips of months robert welcome the to you how nice to be here mother says milk is good what is this milk is no good let me tell you about milk the number one protein in milk is k seen casc a sein at eighty percent of the protein in enough that's the same glue they used to put a label on a bottle of beer that's the same do they used to hold your wouldn't furniture together so we're drinking glow you drinking glue and you create so much mucus this much casing this much mucus okay we're getting technical issues a lot of chemical what qualify to talk about these well the greatest controversy in the history of the food and drug administration was the genetic engineering of milk i'm the only person in america to be invited to meet with a group of top scientists that fda used to do research fifty dollar word cycle neuro endocrinology the study of brain and behavior how hormone's effect behavior an eye on uncovered secrets i opened up a pandora's box of secrets that the dairy industry wishes of never had been opened its mouth is so bad in how come everybody else's so wrong and so brainwash that it's good for you well they get calcium ripken suppose for his note mustache spike lee spike lee you got five hundred thousand kids in the new york area that have asthma their drinking this glue every day spike lee 95 percent of african americans are lactose intolerant how could he wear this milk moustache this is a message money is spent by the dairy industry if your doctor you call this toll free number eight hundred why milk that singer two hundred dollars worth of free information you call my tollfree number eight eight eight.

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"bone disease" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"bone disease" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Hi it's rates of osteoporosis crippling bone disease denmark norway holland in sweden the dairy industry every dairy farmer and they're probably few in the audience now you know that revie hundred pounds of milk produce you gotta pay fifteen cents to the national fluid milk processors doesn't sound like a lot of money what are they doing with that money is five hundred million dollars a year to paint milk mustaches on the lips of months robert welcome the to you how nice to be here mother says milk is good what is this milk is no good let me tell you about milk the number one protein in milk is k seen see a sein at eighty percent of the protein in enough that's the same glue they used to put a label on a bottle of beer that's the same do they used to hold your wouldn't furniture together so we're drinking glow you drinking glue and you create so much mucus this much casing this much mucus okay we're getting technical issues a lot of chemical what qualify to talk about these well the greatest controversy in the history of the food and drug administration was the genetic engineering of milk i'm the only person in america to be invited to meet with a group of top scientists that fda used to do research fifty dollar word cycle neuro endocrinology the study of brain and behavior how hormone's effect behavior an eye on uncovered secrets i opened up a pandora's box of secrets that the dairy industry wishes of never had been opened its mouth is so bad in how come everybody else's so wrong and so brainwash that it's good for you well they get calcium ripken suppose for his note mustache spike lee spike lee you got five hundred thousand kids in the new york area that have asthma their drinking this glue every day spike lee 95 percent of african americans are lactose intolerant how could he wear this milk moustache this is a message money is spent by the dairy industry if your doctor you call this toll free number eight hundred why milk that singer two hundred dollars worth of free information you call my tollfree number eight eight eight.

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"bone disease" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"bone disease" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

"Hi it's rates of osteoporosis crippling bone disease denmark norway holland in sweden the dairy industry every dairy farmer and they're probably few in the audience now you know that revie hundred pounds of milk produce you gotta pay fifteen cents to the national fluid milk processors doesn't sound like a lot of money what are they doing with that money is five hundred million dollars a year to paint milk mustaches on the lips of months robert welcome the to you how nice to be here mother says milk is good what is this milk is no good let me tell you about milk the number one protein in milk is k seen see a sein at eighty percent of the protein in enough that's the same glue they used to put a label on a bottle of beer that's the same do they used to hold your wouldn't furniture together so we're drinking glow you drinking glue and you create so much mucus this much casing this much mucus okay we're getting technical issues a lot of chemical what qualify to talk about these well the greatest controversy in the history of the food and drug administration was the genetic engineering of milk i'm the only person in america to be invited to meet with a group of top scientists that fda used to do research fifty dollar word cycle neuro endocrinology the study of brain and behavior how hormone's effect behavior an eye on uncovered secrets i opened up a pandora's box of secrets that the dairy industry wishes of never had been opened its mouth is so bad in how come everybody else's so wrong and so brainwash that it's good for you well they get calcium ripken suppose for his note mustache spike lee spike lee you got five hundred thousand kids in the new york area that have asthma their drinking this glue every day spike lee 95 percent of african americans are lactose intolerant how could he wear this milk moustache this is a message money is spent by the dairy industry if your doctor you call this toll free number eight hundred why milk that singer two hundred dollars worth of free information you call my tollfree number eight eight eight.

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"bone disease" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"bone disease" Discussed on Super Station 101

"It's a with a smoothie or if it's a heaven forbid probably drinking a soda a diet soda and all those there's no calories a you know but um if you're drinking cranberry juice or apple juice in it's you if you don't read a label on it says apple cocktail than you know it's it's it's mostly sugar and just a little bit of apple flavoring i have a say bone disease or what we drink too about the alcohol is you know is always there to on a couple of glasses of wine and when the families around sometimes you forget you had the first one so you have the third one and you know so it can help you know with that issue for how you feel the next morning i'm sure now talk a little bit of it now the were canada on the enzymes in the fiber talk about five or and why it's important with the true fiber is a is a really good product it mixes up so easily you know you have the other brands that that tend to have a lot of the sugar in there when not a lot of power to what they do want is the the true five or so strong in and so potent well let's look at a lot of the the fiber some of them so there's a fairly caller one called a mess that's just a short poor worked or a lagos cycle right and it it's if it's the prebiotics four and and it's it's stimulates the growth of bacteria in the gut but are also stimulates the growth of the gas producing bacteria so it's a very small molecular weight and then you have in the next step up is in ulan which comes some jerusalem artichokes chicory uh and that's a little bit higher and it's a little more selective and then you get up to what's called partially high delays war got me kumsum maguire rabin the fiber uh that's a very high molecular lateness quite specific and there's some data out there the this shows that taking the truth you know.

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"bone disease" Discussed on The Science Hour

The Science Hour

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"bone disease" Discussed on The Science Hour

"For such as did another thing i thought that struck me this watch what adam and sanjeeva saying about how early life she effects of the bone development in in in the women you and i think one of the really interesting things about the study was not only would told us about the past but also reminding us about the now you know we've we've got lots of things in the news recently about heart is to get goals interested in sport and how you know lifeline activities importance of bone health not getting brittle bone disease and that sort of thing and it was just a a stark example of how dramatic and affects your environments and and you'll fiscal activity can have new on your body you're absolutely the real kind of says my interview the the bone does get piled on as a very important stage in a guess you'll late teams early twinsies that's when you really start building bergman incredible how we can avoid further mourner about physiology with modern medicine now we're going to go back seven thousand years just help has really understand that if the pa justice clue to the present i think of that was first mooted in in the field of geology but it's also true of medicine and biology i think we can antelope from the fast and it is also good to be reminded that bone isn't a very static dads t sees it lost people think it is it is a living too soon it responds to the environment and dawn of physical activity not art of just assume that bargain was fairly could have dead stuff is like the book one boring parts of audience of an any orthopedic specialist will be shouting back that rage air but it's it is a critical chateau enough he light because it is there is a fascinating an organ will a tissue it gets broken down and built builtup constantly and it's this than imbalance turns being this this this breaking down and building up that is contributes to diseases like brittle bone disease osce prices okay thank you very much indeed.

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"bone disease" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"bone disease" Discussed on KGO 810

"Doing and make sure you get enough vitamin d yet another great question actually there's a lot of news on the amount of vitamin d that we have you know we definitely didn't enough vitamin d in our diet on i myself i pay very close attention to the because i run the risk about tokyo perot th at rights getting bone disease that runs and my family at the genetic component if more common and women on and i need vitamin p in order to properly absorb calcium though i am on supplemented vitamin d after thinking can my doctor about what the appropriate amount to take it and that that's what i do but of course a certain amount of sun sun exposure is is important but you still can get on a photo whipped on block on without a doubt you know it would be to go outside of the peak hours words nowhere near as dangerous this actually playing tennis or your jogging outside like at five o'clock you don't need to worry as much as you would between ten and kill register to worry about heatstroke right now with it's legit he wave they're mad we were the nondraft so dr jennifer wider dr wider on twitter you want to follow were there dutch where loved you every monday thank you so much for coming on anything you are about to talk again soon roll the chill model body traffic desk at a crash in santa clara it's overturned sense must expressly roles pickup truck couple other vehicles one of the whole crew on the sea they've already got a toe on the way couple of problems he is westbound for for laurel recycle writer down shoulder crew on the scene injuries there and then westbound for west of once more vehicles on the shoulder not sure of this the crashes yet but there appears auriol the right lane so feds are that is traffic from highway thirty five were to have days folks roll over the coast closures thirty nine area of.

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"bone disease" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"bone disease" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"And it's hard to reach areas and those are the probably much more likely to get to decay on because the put will get trapped in there and sit there for a long period of time yes but actually should really be doing bowls is that something that people need to do in the morning or is it more important to do it before you go to bed at night i think he did plotting with how much more important at the end of the day when you eating you know all that could be caught between your teeth and you don't want to clean it out before you go to bed at night when you sleep yeah you don't you mouth tries out a little bit the bacteria levels increase and the acid levels increasing so you want to get food out there so the bacteria in your mouth have less who to cheat on as well so um in the morning you definitely want to brush to get rid of that bacteria that's built at night you really want to cross and get all that extra food wto why is that as we get older die uh it seems as though the gaps between our teeth get bigger than create more pockets for food and stuff to get stuck in a way that you get older you know your gums soldiers naturally receipt now we can minimize atwood brushing enforcing but it's just something that that seems to happen and if you're not going to dennis on a regular basis you do developed uh you are you're much more likely to develop seizure gum disease in the gum disease is more than it actually it should be called bone disease because it affects the bone and that's what old your teeth and when the bomb resorts or receive the gums follow it increases little pocket certain deter defects and and that's where the food gets trapped i it's it's it's something we can minimise you can always find it a hundred percent but it's something you can definitely minimize by visiting the dentist regularly brushing and plotting on a daily basis and i've heard from my dennis they say you know when you're flosse in there there's bleeding keep going the that your teeth saying hey.

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