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"bronchial diseases" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

06:16 min | 10 months ago

"bronchial diseases" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Radio. 7 90, ABC. We're joined by Dr Kelly victory who you can follow on Twitter at Dr Kelly Victory. Taking your calls at 800 to 2 to K A B C 1 800 to 2 to 5 to 2 to let's begin with Steve. Steve, you're on K ABC welcome. Good. Excuse me. Good afternoon. I love your show. Uh, listen to regularly. I was hoping that Dr Victory could comment. I had chatted with her actually, once before about the 1918 flu epidemic, where their world Global estimate from death was. Was 50 million, and I wanted to hear your comment on the significance that there were no antibiotics at the time, and the CDC states of up to 80 to 90% of those deaths may be attributed to the secondary infections, pneumonia, another bronchial Diseases and we have so much more therapies now, and I just, you know, obviously the conclusions if you're rational I give no reason for any of the shutdowns that we have. Now, if you could comment on that, doctor, Thank you. Sure. Thanks, Steve. I appreciate the call. You're correct. The worldwide death toll from the 1918 pandemic was estimated to be at 50 million and, frankly, newer estimates now, But perhaps you know, twice that high, maybe somewhere between 50 and 100 million. We know that there were 675,000 deaths in the United States alone. And that particular virus struck people that were really young, young, healthy. People between the ages of 19 and 49 was the prime target for that particular outbreak, which was just devastating. You're precisely right. Not only do we have antibody, we have antibiotics now that could treat some of the secondary infections. Commonly. When you become sick with the virus, you will develop a secondary pneumonia that's actually bacterial in nature. It needs to be treated with antibiotics. Codec, which you are correct. We're not plentiful back at the turn of the century last century, the other thing is we have far far far more complex and intricate and developed resource is for things like intensive care. We have readily available things like convalescent plasma. We have access to a host of other medications. Hydroxy quarrel when I ever met in which is being studied lots of They're things we have lots of other arrows in our treatment quiver that we did not have back in 1918. So I truly believe, although there's all of this focus right now on the vaccine, in my mind developing a vaccine really the shiny object. Let's not look away from the stuff we have right in front of our eyes, which is ready access to you know, I used that are very, very highly developed. We have access Tio things like hydroxy Cora Quinn, which has been He approved for 65 years, Andi has been used to treat other illnesses without any ill effects. We now have tens of thousands of people who have been treated effectively with hydroxy chlorate, Quinn and other drugs that are in the pipeline, so we should fully expect to come out of this. Pandemic without significant issues without having done things like destroyed the economy, destroyed school, Children's education and psychosocial development and everything else. Let's go to Susan. Susan, you're on ABC. Hello. Um yes. I heard Dr Fallacy say the other day that the reason that they don't want the virus to work its way through. The U. S is because till May people have diabetes, obesity hypertension and that you know the death rate would just spiral out of control, And that's why we have to have the lock down. What are your thoughts on that? Well again. He is correct that people who are truly at risk are those people with obesity and diabetes on as been those sorts of things, But in that case, the best thing you could do is allow the rest of the population to develop some immunity from it and let the plan unless the plan to say that essentially 2020 marks the end of civilization and we are never going to go back to school to work. We are never going to shake hands again. You are never going to look into the face. Of a neighbor again. We will be masked forever, unless that their plan, which, if he asked me is really an untenable plan. Then we better let it run its course through Ah, society and through the population, So, with all due respect to Dr Fauci, he's really not thinking about this very clearly. Furthermore, he is Completely ignoring the fact that we have treatments We can take those of the people. Those people who are at risk are the perfect candidate for convalescent plasma for hydroxy Claure, Clint for I Berm Esten for inhaled steroids. Or all of you for the the ancillary antibiotics that we have. Let's not acted, you know, like we don't have treatment options because we do and not just one or two. We've got lots of options, so those people who are at higher risk are the perfect folks to get those treatments when they become ill and to treat them early. A mistake that was made with you allowed people to get way too sick. We allowed people to end up in the hospital in the I C U and on ventilators and then said Oh, hey, Let's try high, dark core Quinn as a hail Mary pass. Well, there are no drugs. I don't care if it's an antiviral and antibiotic or anything else. That's going to work well in the 11th hour, so the idea now is to identify those people who are at risk and provide them with one of the many treatment options that we have and treat them early. You have a question for Dr Kelly Victory. Give us a call at 800 to 2 to 5 to 2 to 1 800 to 22 K ABC. More calls coming up right here on talk.

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"bronchial diseases" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"bronchial diseases" Discussed on 600 WREC

"In 1975. Amazing Polly. Her video is out talking about this. It's amazing. The information is being doled out about what constitutes torture, Stress dread, anxiousness feeling fighter flight all the time. Getting bronchial diseases from being stressed that that's amazing. 8777331011877733101 wants go to Richard in Texas. I, Richard, you're on ground zero. Quiet. It's an artist like you. How are you doing? Good. How are you doing? I'm doing good, like I've been listening to your topic for tonight. I just wanted to say we were talking earlier and it took me back to my undergraduate professor who's retired. Lieutenant Colonel, I want your perspective. If you look at all the empires Throughout. History isn't being England, Spain fell, had a 200 year life span. She looked in America, even Russia. About 200 year life were now passed. The past few days. What do you think about being a United America being our path? 100 year like, Well, the thing with the Rome They said that Rome lasted 300 years. The truth is it died. 200 years. A little over 200 years. It died. But the bureaucrats and the politicians all danced on its corpse for awhile until they decided just bury it for good. So I think that's where we are right now. We are at the point where the bureaucrats the money changers, the politicians. All of them are dancing on the corpse of America and the American People are kind of like the maggots that they want to eliminate. Then we're going to try to do is revive it in a different way. And that's where we are right now and either we are going to allow ourselves to be the maggots. On the body, or we're going to look at a greater university's out there beyond the body and create in America or keep America sounds sane and healthy. But there are a lot of things that go into making America and a lot of it has to do with faith. A lot of it has to do with dignity and liberty and all the things that air now thrown away his cliches and destroyed with the statue's being ripped down in every city. The idea that we have life liberty, the pursuit of happiness and the forefathers saw within their wisdom to create the United States of America in such a way, where we would remain as a solid Constitutional Republic for nearly 240 some odd years. And now for some reason, we forget this. I agree with everything what you're saying, but it would look a historic I'm just I'm just taking philosophically because I'm a doctoral student. This is I'm working on my MBA with leadership. But I'm just saying, if you look at history We are at the downside, or The other side of the mountain. I would agree of our empire. I would agree, and that's why we need to look at history. As you're saying, Richard, you look at history and understand how empires have fallen after about 200 years, like they say, in the case of Rome were looking at bureaucrats and politicians dancing on the corpse. Of America and the people are not realizing that it's they are doing that, or they are and many more frustrated, but a lot of us now or too sick, too depleted into angry even if they even get up and do anything about it. And quite I appreciate you taking my call. I'm not almost I I love you. I love your show. A lot of times. I don't agree with you being a Hispanic American. It's not taking political. What do you mean? What do I say about Hispanic Americans? I mean, I understand. No, no, no, no, no, not you, particularly but the show. But you know what you decide. And you know, it's almost like you. I'm not going to call you in. But I'm gonna call you hands off. You're almost like a prophet. And you're saying like, Hey! It's going to get rough America and you know what if I made for a brief moment I had a friend from Israel. Who? Dude who gave me a great Reference point Like you, American. You've never been challenged. You had easy for so long. You do not know what it means to suffer. You've never been challenged we Oh, believe me, Richard. I understand. I understand in 9 11 happened. I had a woman. Tell me, she says, when a bomb goes off in a mall in Tel Aviv or in Haifa, these go about their business. They rope it off. Everybody goes about their business is almost like they're used to it every day. Exactly, And that's what's funny right now. Quite appreciate you've been Hispanic American doctoral candidate We don't agree on a lot of things, but I respect your opinion. And you know what? The reason I'd like to know I love your show. Because you know what? We may not agree on everything. But we can have a friendly discourse. Yeah, I You know, in the day I was so listening. When Suerte Ricardo All right, Let's go to Robert in Tennessee High Robert Young Ground zero. Hey, Clyde. Great to be on your show. Great to have my wife and I went to a restaurant tonight. Oh, this restaurant just reopened. And on the door, there was a sign mask required to enter this eating establishment. Now I'm a fighter. I think of myself as a fighter anyway, so I went to my car and got one of those light blue paper mask from my car. And I walked into the restaurant and wave the mass get a couple of people. And enjoyed a great steak, but I never really got within 10 feet of anyone. Okay. Um, uh, that was just the restaurant. Then I got home. I got on an Internet chat room. And this is the thing. This is a chat room for diabetics. I'm diabetic, and it's for people with diabetes, diabetes. Ah, I was immediately attacked, They said I was hurting other people. I struggled to defend myself. They said..

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"bronchial diseases" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"bronchial diseases" Discussed on 710 WOR

"I I went up there and I kind of they said O. okay well we'll go out with the trackers and so I mean now you go and any of the guerrilla areas for the protection of the guerrillas you get to go for one hour he paid the fee and you go out and that applies to just about everybody plays the only one who can stay longer than an hour the gorilla doctors if there's an injured animal they going to do surgeries or something but at that time there was nobody there to enforce any rules at all so I would spend six seven hours a day with the girls but photograph and so it was I look back on it now of course and it was absolutely during your experience I wish I had all the gear the you know the digital equipment I have now back then I would have had the world's most incredible girl mount guerrilla photo film collection on the planet but because those days it was filmed so you're carrying you know thirty six world film there for can a pound and pound the bounds of the filming gear and all that kind of stuff right so I lived in the forest up until just a couple months before the genocide in nineteen ninety four that hit Rwanda and I and I did leave because of the genocide I was kind of aware of it about to happen quite frankly because I was living in the mountains and I left just as a regular kind of like time to to go out to fly back to New York in and show stuff that publishers and and then the genocide occurred and I ended up not going back yeah lows can you get to a gorilla right when your photographic exactly yeah well today the the rules supposed to be seven meters which is about twenty twenty two feet and and that's both for I mean obviously for the protection of I mean the big powerful animal for the protection of the tourist watching onboard the person watching them but it's also too for the protection of the animals and I mean one of the things that people don't understand I think very well on that one I think that we only do like one of the Columbia trips for example to to going to see it because we really try to spend some time educating people about how amazing great apes are and along the number of lines one of them is it I mean we are one of the five grapes the grapes are you know gorillas chimpanzees bonobos which is sometimes called the pick me champ enter wearing a pants and and us human beings and so and we all share you know there's you commonly hear we shared ninety seven ninety eight percent of our DNA but along with that comes we share a lot of other things I mean they can catch colds they can catch the flu they can catch a bola they calm us the fat from us and we can catch them from them those diseases are called there's a word called zero not a court do analysis in it the exchange of a disease coming from an animal to human and sometimes it's called entropion assist which is it going back from back to them and in fact the last several guerrillas that have died you know over the last several years in the verandas and the pointy area have been from bronchial diseases that have we think it may have come from humans so like the common cold so if for example if I was guiding a group like this group I have going in November it will be in you got it will be check checking N. D. Carelli tracking there if any of those folks along happen to come down with a cold they're they're sequestered back at the lodge they can't tell the animals because right for that is there like a pattern that cold yeah that's incredible all right we'll do it we need to go and and take a quick break but when we come back let's talk a little bit more about the grapes themselves and about your upcoming tours and of course about the the projects that global is running so stay with us this is been there haven't done that and we'll be right back with Jerry Ellis here again with globetrotter and friend of the show Stacy Fiorentina's Stacy you've been to so many incredible places that it's impossible to just pick one to talk about what is it about travel that so seductive to us as humans I think we're all born with a curiosity to explore the world around us there are so many places to go and things to discover it's no wonder they say there is no cure for the travel bag and I really had that your company classic escapes is all about responsible sustainable travel how do you ensure that you.

"bronchial diseases" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

08:02 min | 1 year ago

"bronchial diseases" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Two forty it is a dark secret place live or on the on her radio went a brain surgeon here until half eleven and we'll we'll turn now back to nineteen eighteen when the great influenza incorrect with all the Spanish flu hit Los Angeles the Spanish flu because I'm in the the first incidences of this influenza virus hit the trenches when American troops joined the war in April of nineteen eighteen got to the field out of the trenches and most people get over pretty quickly they called it the three day flow and I think one might make my grandfather had it and survived it but it was wartime censorship in the United States U. K. France then on the German side as well so it wasn't getting out there well there was no censorship in Spain because they were not part of either side and even the king was infected and so the first reports came out of Spain so that's why it's called the Spanish flu and the it in the case of the Royal Navy that one point they had ten thousand manned with that but only like one death and so it wasn't raising any alarms are flags and then it seemed to recede like like a tsunami and I came back mutated and far more lethal it was in some cases killing by within presenting within a few hours which almost put a like a bowler or it's killing the host so fast you can't re infected step the house was coughing up blood and in all this I'm John berry is he author of the great influencer ramp really sort of the the book on the nineteen eighteen pandemic specifically in America and this this is what he said across the country public but by the way this is from the Smithsonian article in two thousand seventeen sort of summary of his book but it's it's brilliant does the other hand is Los Angeles figures pretty prominently in this across the country public officials were lying U. S. Surgeon General Rupert blue said there is no cause for alarm of precautions are observed New York city's public health director declared other bronchial diseases are not the so called Spanish influenza because the owners of the majority persons who were reported ill with influenza the Los Angeles public health chief said if ordinary precautions are observed there is no cause for alarm sound familiar this is again this is nineteen ninety for example of the press's failure consider Arkansas over forty period October the hospital at camp pike admitted eight thousand soldiers Francis Blake a member of the army special pneumonia unit described the same every quarter and there are miles of them with double rows of cots with influenza patients this there was only death and destruction yes seven miles away in little rock a headline in the Gazette pretended yawned called Spanish influenza is just the grip same old fever and chills people knew this was not the same old thing though they knew because the numbers are staggering in San Antonio fifty three percent of the population got sick with influenza they knew because victims could die within hours of the first symptoms rific symptoms not just eggs and cyanosis but also a foamy blood popped up for the lungs and bleeding from the nose ears and even eyes and people knew because towns and cities ran out of coffins close quote time again that's from nineteen eighteen and yes social order broke down and yes you know you can access the the corners daily records in LA county and as I said I was doing times because I don't know why I'm fascinated with this but I've talked about it but in December nineteen eighteen January nineteen nineteen February of nineteen nineteen you see young healthy people on street corners in downtown LA and the numbers are dead per day fifteen eighteen twenty one fourteen twenty two and this is one L. A. was far far smaller and so candor from your public health officials is extremely important and that's why I said at the top of the show don't do this and say it's over reaction if you call it a reaction you need to study up in nineteen eighteen because that was the last time that public health officials had a living memory of prior outbreaks of smallpox or you name it I mean actual epidemics we don't where were you in two thousand nine you know what I had this one flew to my wife and this one flew and that's probably why our daughter has a system and unity of a iron kettle but it was nowhere near what nineteen eighty what's in both the legality and its ability to spread so this is where the author of the great influenza John berry doesn't worry winds up this this this scares the crap out of me it did no one else in the country this is specifically about Los Angeles in two thousand seventeen he says this I recall participating in a pandemic war game in Los Angeles involving area public health officials before the exercise began I gave a talk about what happened in nineteen eighteen how society broke down and emphasize that to retain the public's trust authorities had to be candid you don't manage the truth I said you tell the truth everyone shook their heads in agreement next the people running the game revealed the day's challenge to the participants a severe pandemic influenza virus was spreading around the world it is not officially reach California but a suspected case the severity of the symptoms made it seem so that just surfaced in Los Angeles the news media have learned of it and we're demanding a press conference the participant with the first move was a top ranking public official what did he do he declined to hold a press conference and instead just released a statement quote more tests are required to patient might not have pandemic influenza there is no reason for concern close quote I was stunned this official had not actually told a lie but he had deliberately minimize the danger whether or not this particular patient had the disease a pandemic was coming the officials and willingness to answer questions from the press rebooted knowledge the pandemic's inevitable army inevitability meant that citizens would look elsewhere for answers and probably find a lot of bad ones instead of taking the lead in providing credible information he instantly fell behind the pace of events he would find it almost impossible to get ahead of them again he had in short shirked his duty to the public risking countless lives and that was only again and that's from the article in the Smithsonian the horrific nineteen eighteen flu spread across America all tweeted out it's a fascinating read I'll also include LA county public health and that by the way because V. D. go ugly early option I think is behind us so it might be really ugly by the way out of the clear blue sky apropos of nothing the Idaho state police tweeted this out five hours ago quote despite what you may have read or heard on social media we would like to let the public know that we are not closing the border between Idaho and Washington nor are we planning to at this time close quote I hope they have a plan to but they're not doing it at this time so anyway that up then a calm people down right back in a second with a final word a positive word a encouraging words for your mental state and and the resident right have this it's a dark secret place KFI am six forty live everywhere on the I heart radio at Michael's your.

"bronchial diseases" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"bronchial diseases" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"Because they know that we say and get all the parts at the best possible price that you could ever wish for himself update from ABC News. The FDA is now announcing that the issue of the drug shortage is is a possibility again. These drugs will be ramped up fairly quickly. You would imagine. Japan has Report a couple additional diamond princess cruise ship deaths. The individuals were a British man. In Japanese women were the fifth and sixth passengers to die from Corona virus after being aboard the quarantine crucial of course like seven hundred people were actually infected on that quarantine cruise ship so not a huge surprise that that many people die because then if there were eight hundred people infected aboard the Khruschev and six or seven people die. That's obviously tragic and obviously terrible but that means that the death rate is not ten percent or twenty percent or even five percent so the right now. China's still leads the way in terms of number of infections apparently at least twenty eight hundred people according to the WHO. South Korea has the second highest national total of GROWN VIRUS CASES BEHIND CHINA. The more than eighty one thousand people tested in that country about twenty three hundred had tested positive for corona virus. More than thirty thousand others awaiting test results at this point meanwhile a majority of America of the cases who were on board the Diamond Princess cruise ships that the the people in the united were diagnosed with the disease. They were on board that Diamond Princess cruise ship those placed under quarantine in Japanese waters. No American has yet died from Corona virus the CDC is investigating the source of the various infections that have been seen around the country the FDA said on Thursday. It was not aware of any reports at this time of human illnesses. That suggest that corona virus can be transmitted by food or buy food packaging. Meanwhile there's the the other big story today from the government is that a whistleblower within the US Department of Health and Human Services had filed a complaint alleging that more than a dozen workers were central received the first Americans repatriated from Wuhan China without proper training protective gear for Corona virus infection control the reported by the Washington Post. They suggest that the corona virus basically was treated without any sort of protective gear. According to this whistleblower the underlying complaint apparently has not been substantiated at this point a spokesperson for the US Office of Special Counsel confirmed it received whistleblower complaints and that the case has been assigned when asked for comment. Us Department of Health and Human Services Spokesperson Caitlin Oakley told ABC News. We take all whistle blower complaints very seriously and are providing the complainants all appropriate protections under the Whistleblower Protection Act evaluating complaint. Have nothing further to add at this time. Abc News has not revealed the complaint lawyers representing the whistle blower have refused to provide the complaint one of the whistleblowers attorneys told ABC News that the allegations laid forth are accurate. He says we are hopeful. Congress in the Osu will investigate this case in a timely and comprehensive manner. There's no evidence by the way that anybody who actually met the folks coming back from Wuhan that any of those those folks were actually infected with Corona virus nonetheless. That is leading to questions about the federal handling of this entire situation. Now with all of that set. There's no question that the Democrats and the media are making hay out of all this. Brian stelter was saying we may be looking at a crisis. And meanwhile we're having a crisis in leadership we're not anywhere near crisis point in the United States at this point guys we are just not. We're not in. The fact is that we have double digit numbers of actual infected in. The United States is only sixty total infected in the United States in a country of three hundred and thirty million people with zero deaths so far so the notion that we are on the verge of a widespread outbreak. Now this stuff is fluid. It could move. But there's no evidence at this point that a pandemic is in the offing in the United States particularly since the has done a fairly good job at team so far of quarantining people meanwhile over in Israel their reports that Israeli scientists are on the cusp of developing the first axiom against the novel Corona Virus According to Science and Technology Minister over a Kunas. I look for Bernie Sanders where she had to leave and know. Hun Omar suggesting boycott divestment and sanction from Corona virus vaccine because it's produced in Israel if all goes as planned. The vaccine could be ready within a few weeks and available in ninety days according to a press. Release Congratulations to Galilee. Research Institute on this exciting breakthrough said the science and Technology Minister Kunas. I'm confident. There will be further rapid progress enabling us to provide a needed response to the grave global cove nineteen threat for the past four years. Scientists have been developing a vaccine against infectious bronchitis virus which causes a bronchial disease affecting poultry. The effectiveness of that vaccine had been proven pre clinical trials. So we'll see how well this corona virus vaccine works by. At least there's some glimmers of of hope on the horizon but this is not stopping anybody in the media from speculating that the end of the world upon us. We're going to get to that in a second because that really is the big story in the United States right now. The big story is not the actual corona virus outbreak because there is no corona virus outbreak in the United States. The big story in the United States full-on the drop in the stock market which again is not attributable attributable to trump it is attributable to weakness of the global economy and the fact that China has screwed everything up and to it is the Democrats and the media trying to spin this thing into crisis and again the evidence. Just ain't there for crisis at this point we'll get there in just one second first. Let's talk about making your business more efficient. Now now it'd be the time to think about making business more efficient right. I mean we may be looking at the possibility of an economic downturn Goldman Sachs suggesting the S. and P. Five hundred companies are not gonNa have profits this year. If Your Business is a business that requires profit. One thing that you definitely need is control of your data right. We hear the daily Wire. We have to have our eye on our data at all times because that is how we know where the holes in our business are. You need that to and this is why you should be checking out. Net sweet by whether you're doing the million.

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"bronchial diseases" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

07:53 min | 1 year ago

"bronchial diseases" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Off and on kind of civil war rebel wars going on along the border it really looked dire and she fiercely protected those gorillas I mean that's probably why she was murdered he had to I mean I I've all I've often said in lectures and when I'm speaking at universities and things that if it wasn't for Diane there would be no longer lives but have Diane had survived the probably wouldn't be any mountain gorillas case because he was a crazy person a she you know but it is her craziness is what it took at that time to defend these animals and and I think she sees it came she had that like personal **** our favorite gorilla who was then killed by poachers and I think she's buried next to him in the reserves yeah now yeah digit exactly and it now she was you know she really defended him and that's you know this is an interesting we kind of forget that in the world of conservation now because we do see a lot of a lot of talk in a lot of thinking about conservation and protecting species and you know we all we hear all the time I mean there's just a report released by the United Nations about talking about that the number of species that are going to be lost in you know in the coming decades if something isn't done rat in a radically different than we're doing it now and but then conservation was was a really it wasn't looked at and seen and talked about in the same way that it is now so to have somebody who is so defending these animals substantially and she really was seen as a bit of a nut case yeah but also apply and but but she as we know now she was truly a pioneer in that sense and you know because of her those numbers grew so I went up there started photographing there was really nobody in charge yeah so how did that work did you just get off the plane and say Hey this is my project now well it was actually the boat hello to tempura Imber Indian in overland into Kigali and then by even buy more vehicles up to what is in a different amounts now and there was really no parking quarters there was really nobody in charge and so I you know I gathered a bunch of porters and we went up to the what was in them almost a nearly abandoned carousel keep which was the research camp the only people who were there were there was one Belgian research student who's supposed to be there doing hydrology work Carol Peters and then there was a cluster of incredibly dedicated trackers and anti poaching patrol guys who had stayed on and kept going and there was only a fledgling Diane Fossey gorilla fund it was very fledgling at that time so I just went I I went up there and I kind of they said okay well we'll go out with their tractors and so I mean now you go in any of the guerrilla areas for the protection the guerrillas you get to go for one hour he paid the fee and you go out and that applies to just about everybody pies the only one who can stay longer than an hour the grill it doctors if there's an injured animal they go to do surgeries or something but at that time there was nobody there to enforce any rules at all so I would spend six seven hours a day with the girls but photograph and so it was I look back on it now of course and it was absolutely during your experience I wish I had all the gear the you know the digital equipment I have now back then I would have had the world's most incredible girl mountain gorilla photo film collection on the planet but those days it was filled so you're carrying you know thirty six world film there for can on pounds and pounds and pounds of the filming gear and all that kind of stuff I lived in the forest up until just a couple months before the genocide in nineteen ninety four hit Rwanda and I in I did leave because of the genocide I was kind of on aware of it about to happen quite frankly because I was living in the mountains and I left just as a regular kind of like time to to go out to fly back to New York and and show stuff that publishers and and then the genocide occurred and I ended up not going back yeah Los can you get to a gorilla Hey when you're photographing exactly yeah well today the the rules suppose to be seven meters which is about twenty twenty two feet and and that's both for I mean obviously for the protection of I mean the big powerful animal for the protection of the the curse watching onboard the person watching them but it's also to for the protection of the animals and I mean one of the things that people don't understand I think very well on that one I think that we only do like one of the Columbia trips for example to to going to see it because we really try to spend some time educating people about how amazing great apes are and along the number of lines one of them is it I mean we are one of the five great apes the great apes are you know guerrillas chimpanzees but no bows which is sometimes called the pygmy champ NO lloran attends and and us human beings and so and we all share you know there's you commonly hear we share ninety seven ninety eight percent of our DNA but along with that comes we share a lot of other things I mean they can catch colds they can catch the flu they can catch a ball at the from us the pressure from us and we can catch them from them those diseases are called there's a word called zero not a court do analysis in it the exchange of a disease coming from an animal to human and sometimes it's called entropion assist which is it going back from us back to them and in fact the last several guerrillas that had died you know over the last several years in the verandas and the pointy area have been from bronchial diseases that have we think may have come from humans so like the common cold so if for example if I was guiding a group like this group I have going in November and we'd be in you Gandia will be checking and acrylic tracking there if any of the folks along happen to come down with a cold they're they're sequestered back at the lodge they can't go the animals because right for the is there like a patent that cold down that's incredible alright well if we need to go and and take a quick break but when we come back let's talk a little bit more about the great apes themselves and about your upcoming tours and of course about the the projects that global is running so stay with us this is Ben there haven't done that and we'll be right back with Jerry Ellis here again with globetrotter and friend of the show Stacy Fiorentina's Stacy you've been to so many incredible places that it's impossible to just pick one to talk about what is it about travel that so seductive to us as humans I think we're all born with a curiosity to explore the world around us there are so many places to go and things to discover it's no wonder they say there is no cure for the travel bag and I really had that your company classic escapes is all about responsible sustainable travel how do you ensure that you leave the places you visit better than you found them we've had a very large and every attraction before adding them to our guest itineraries we have built relationships with conservation groups and charities around the globe N. create journeys that educate and inform while also providing thrilling escapes I'm ready to see the world but I have no idea where to start what should I do.

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"bronchial diseases" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"bronchial diseases" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

"What higher power TV the Angeles worship God, Elsie Jesus Fianna dollar you. But it snappy answer stupid questions greater tease, some smells funny in here. Boy is something smell funny in here. I don't think so stupid. You want park chops. We'll rose pitch. You. This special inserts Ireland madness than the bath don't trust over. Sock it to me. Seems create a dangerous amount of laster. I feel like Scully always really nails like the kid the very like good kids specifics in his episodes. And I feel like this is a really great kids Pacific, and very meta for what we are doing right now being, you know, adults who were kids at the time of this episode talking about the Simpsons, because, you know, that, like run of mad magazine, references of Bart very clearly, not getting the references that they were making, but still finding this like belly laughing enjoyment from it because he just knew from, like cultural clues. That's it was supposed to be funny is so relatable for some. And I just love it. I think it's so great. I know watching those watching the Simpsons as a kid and being like laughing at a joke about some Spiro Agnew and being like. Like, who is? I love. Yeah, he must work there. But I also just it reminds me again, of this instance, but also watching SNL as a kid, and like just wanting to have a laugh with dolt. Oh, yes. Accepted. Absolutely. The, the, the mad magazine portrayal there several, but this one's really important, and it gets mentioned a lot when they are ever towards of people coming by, and it was definitely mentioned in my interview, and we, we should can, we should have continued to sock it to Spirou. I think that's a misstep. The reboot has yet to mentioned spirit. So in this next scene, we check in on a Homer. And he's kind of wrapping up as night with MO and I love this because he just says he reveals that Lenny and Carl has mistresses. So much because says mistress. Yeah. And I really like the idea of, basically, like no one is in the bar and poor MO has no idea that Wiggham and all of his college or political friends, or just all these guys are just like saying, they're gonna drink each other under the table. And then it I mean like lights go off, and then they walk away Homer. Can't possibly go home? Yes. Right. Right. Of course, we have to do something else. And that naturally leads us to the bowling alley. Very quick, good intro. Yeah, I really love just the look of the bowling alley just visually. Yeah. You know as much as I love a fancy fund bowling alley that exists, now I will always have such a soft spot for like the classic bowler Rama dirty, you get nachos and there's sticky stuff everywhere and it's kinda gross. Maybe there's an arcade, you get a flu two weeks later, and you're like wait. I'm how somehow. From your shoes moved up through the bronchial disease..

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"bronchial diseases" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

10:29 min | 2 years ago

"bronchial diseases" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"Dot org. A nonprofit drug prevention, and we're finding out the truth about drugs Michael been doing this darla for quite a while here. And maybe you could talk about some of the winds that some of the kids had once they that, you know about that. Once you had this presentation, and they were working on it. So. When it comes to marijuana this really our topic. I really want that people understand the dangers of it and the dangers that have happened that people never considered it. I don't even believe the tobacco industry. Understood. The the gold mine that they were sitting on from a from a profit standpoint addiction standpoint, but tobacco use among adolescents has been decreasing steadily for twenty five years. And now we have the lowest amount of kids smoking cigarettes in our country in twenty five years. But if you including electron devices electronic nicotine delivery, systems ends, and the we call it jewels Sorenson flares vapes. These devices if you include them, we have the highest nicotine ingestion in our country's history. More kids are ingesting nicotine brain than any time in America's history right now. And it's going to get so much worse and what the tobacco. Industry. Didn't I don't believe understand was the ability to take THC and use it in these terms devices. So now, they have vapes. Okay. And electronic cigarettes that come with pods. The wax pods in the bottom that contains nicotine it's marijuana. So now these kids can put an electronic device up to their mouth is that is that cleaning their wanna on a frisbee. Like, we did in the eighties to get all the seeds out rolling it up and rolling papers on fire. Putting it in a bond that's over rights over that. We only be able to get along pretty soon in the rolling papers. No one's rolling up joins. They're just not doing it that way they're putting it now sixty percent of it. Okay. I won't say all of it. Six percent of it is now an electron devices. So they get these devices in the marijuana THC's in the wax is in the liquids, and they're putting in the vices and the kids are. Ingesting it. It's such a rush to the brain. THE salts the benzoate Kassad. It's such a rush to the brain that. It's like it's like it's like, he's he on steroids. It's unbelievable. How it hits the high is almost instantaneously. And now you're talking about psychosis setting in certain things that might have laid dormant in an adolescent is now going to come to fruition. And what you have to realize and think about is who's going to be there on the back end of this the pharmaceutical industry, you know, there's a commercial on TV right now. Or the eighty year old man is playing with his granddaughter on a Saturday morning. He's doing puppets on the wall little red riding hood, and he says to his granddaughter, and he and he parked and the little girl goes you mean like you do sometimes grandpa grandpa so tenderly explains to his little granddaughter how he suffers from. And then I leave it out there and the kids all answer COPD, chronic obstructive, pulmonary disease is a vicious vicious disease incurable. Many people suffer from it. Right. Right. Eight year old man seventy year old people they suffer from it. I don't want him to suffer from it. But an eighty year old man that smoked Marlboros for fifty years. He worked in the construction field in breathing concrete dust, and all these other things COPD's are real real issue. But what happens in two thousand twenty five thousand thirty when twenty twenty five thirty year old people are struggling with COPD or chronic lower respiratory disease or popcorn lung emphysema bronchial bronchial disease that's going to be caused by the ingestion of these chemicals in these devices, and these THC will not not vaporize into an electronic device, nor will nicotine so they have to put it in these chemicals, the chemicals, they is and go right to the brain. And so we've got kids rising THC and nicotine in these devices, and parents have no idea how bad this is going to get in the fifth grade in the fifth grade, we got sixth-graders come up. I had a sixth grader Michigan. We'll talk about a win a sixth grader Michigan come up to me. The school is six eight grade six through twelve. So it comes up to me after the presentation I did. And he hands me an unopened box of electron device with the starter pack in it with the pods jewel parent. And he he hands it to me. And he goes here. I don't want this anymore, and I go. Wow. Where'd you get that? He said, I don't want his name. I just want to know where you I'm gonna keep it for you. I'm not gonna tell anybody. He says I bought it from a senior at the bus stop this morning. And I said how much did you pay and he's eighty dollars? Hey now this box in Michigan was around thirty four dollars. If you had a coupon. It was twenty nine right? So obviously the seniors buying it and selling it to little kids at a profit this kid gave it to me because I scared all sorts of kids turning into vices. I went to a school a charter school. Ironically emission also, it was thirty nine kids. It's not a charter school to boarding school. And these are very at risk kids. All turn. School kids that have not made it in mainstream parents are fairly wealthy, and they send their kids to this school for seventy five grand a year and thirty nine kids were in the group and thirteen of them went to the director and said that guy made a challenge yesterday to put our devices down for one week. And if we could do that without headaches and irritation and cravings and urges that it was no big deal. But if something happened so all of us want to turn our devices in director came to see me the next day in an educational seminars says, okay, great. I'm glad you came within even know these kids, we're using these devices. How do we get them off? I looked at him. I have an answer because there's no cessation program for kids and nicotine cessation programs deal with adults and there with cigarettes. There is no cessation program for adolescent kids, we went into WalMart the other yesterday in Tennessee just to look at Nicorette common the patches, and you can get them and by them, but it's not recommended on their label. It says this product has never been studied on anybody under the age of eighteen because people under the age eighteen aren't supposed to be smoking. I'm telling you, we are dealing with over a hundred families right now, whose children are addicted to nicotine and THC. And now they're not separate anymore because kids are using both in all these people who are unregulated are selling the device isn't putting anything in the product. And and also the how many in the nicotine packet. How many does that equate to cigarette? So pods in the jewel pods is the caffeine is a nicotine equivalent based on the salts and based on the ingestion method. It's around eighty cigarettes nicotine and the and the company has put out one jewel pod equals. One pack of cigarettes. That's untrue. Because of the way it is ingested nicotine salts in Denso. So the nicotine equivalent of about eighty cigarettes is going into the brain of adolescent, and as she said earlier star was hit earlier amount. Tried to have an opinion on adult. If adults wanna vape if adults wanna smoke weed, I don't think you should if you're going to make those choices you're an adult. I want your choices to be informed choices, but I don't want kids under the age of twenty one to consume these products at all we are in the middle of huge unfolding of a perfect storm with nicotine and teach. And I don't believe people are aware until I want people to go to our website, and look and read I want people to bring me to their school districts to their communities. I want people to get into their jails into the prisons. I mean, I spent twelve years trying to get out of prison. I spend every day trying to get back in. Yeah. I want to tell these inmates in these prisoners that they don't have to live like that anymore. When that door opens, it doesn't have to revolve. Now, they could be a contributing tax. Paying members society, and they could be there for their children. I want to get in front of kids and be that shining example of the consequences. I don't not talking to kids about something. I read in a book something I learned in school. I'm talking to them about something that I lived and last Saturday darla three Saturdays ago darla, and I I'm sorry. It was a Monday, three months Darlan. I went to our one hundred ninety eight funeral someone who overdosed on drugs. One hundred ninety eight and seven years. Wow. And a lot of its pharmaceutical driven a lot of its methadone driven. People don't realize that people are going medications to get off a heroin. Then they have to get off the medication that the Ron because that's a dictator as the heroine is too. So I love what you said. I'm never gonna forget it medication is a tool it's a short term tool. It shouldn't be a long term solution. Right. Exactly. Now when they came out with these. Latronic cigarettes at the beginning. They were advertising how safe they were compared to a cigarette. That's not true either because they were invented by the tobacco industry, the tobacco industry invented the nicotine devices. And I don't know if you saw just three days ago Philip Morris announces that they're gonna stop making Marlboro cigarettes. They're moving all their promise intimate electronic delivery system. All it is is a change from a combustible device cigarette to an electron device. They eat cigarette, and they're not safe because the chemicals that are going in and people say, oh, there's no tar there's no ashes no smoke. So there's no harm. There's no carcinogens. Right. What do you mean? There's no carcinogens propylene glycol is a food additive combust at a certain Fahrenheit temperature through the electronic device and it enters into your into your system. Well, the nicotine, and he goes to the brain the propylene glycol turns into a volatile organic compound and an impacts respite. Tori system and your circulatory system. No, we're we're really going to have a problem. But there's still saying it's safe and they're still selling the delivery system as a way to get off of smoking. So we had a friend recently say I smoke I want to get off cigarettes. Do you think I should go on the vape?.

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"bronchial diseases" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

10:34 min | 2 years ago

"bronchial diseases" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"Founders of steered straight and their website is neared straight dot org is a nonprofit drug prevention, and we're finding out the truth about drugs. Michael's been doing this darla for quite a while here. And maybe you could talk about some of the winds that some of the kids had once that you know, about that. Once you had this presentation, and they were working on us. So. When it comes to marijuana this really our topic. I really want to that people understand the dangers of it. And the the dangers that have happened that people never considered it. I don't even believe the tobacco industry. I understood the the gold mine that they were sitting on from a from a profit standpoint addiction standpoint, but tobacco use among either lessons has been decreasing steadily for twenty five years. And now we have the lowest amount of kids smoking cigarettes in our country in twenty five years. But if you include electron devices electric, nicotine delivery system, ends we call it jewels, orange flares these devices, if you include them, we have the highest nicotine ingestion in our country's history. More kids are ingesting nicotine brain than any time in America's history right now. And it's going to get so much worse and with the tobacco in. Industry. Didn't I don't believe understand was the ability to take THC and use it in these devices. So now, they have apes, okay and electronic cigarettes that come with pods the S wax pods. That contained THC nicotine. It's marijuana. So now these kids can put an electronic device up to their mouth is that cleaning their wanna on a frisbee. Like we did in the eighties to get onto the seeds out rolling it up and rolling papers on fire. Putting it in a bond that's over right over that. You won't even be able to get along pretty soon. In the rolling papers. No one's rolling up joins. They're just not doing it. They're putting it now sixty percent of it. Okay. I won't say all of his six percent of it is now in electronic devices. So they get these devices and the marijuana. HT's in the wax is in the liquids. And they're putting in the vices and the kids are ingesting it. It's such a rush to the brain the THE salts the benzoate acid. It's such a rush to the brain that it's like, it's like, it's like THC on steroids. It's unbelievable how it hits and the high is almost instantaneously. And now you're talking about psychosis setting in certain things that might have laid dormant in an adolescent is now going to come to fruition. And what you have to realize and think about is who's going to be there on the back end of this the pharmaceutical industry. Oh, yeah. There's a commercial on TV right now. Or the eighty year old man is playing with his granddaughter on a Saturday morning. He's doing puppets on the wall little red riding hood. And he says to his granddaughter, and he huffed any park and the little girl goes you mean like, you do sometimes grandpa grandpa, so tenderly explains to his little granddaughter how he suffers from and then. Leave it out there and the kids all answer COPD, right chronic obstructive, pulmonary disease is a vicious vicious disease incurable. Many people suffer from it. Right. Right. As year old man seventy year old people they suffer from it. I don't want him to suffer from it. Put an eighty year old man that smoked Marlboros for fifty years. COPD? He worked in the construction field. In bre Ri thin concrete dust, and all these other things COPD's a real real issue. But what happens in two thousand twenty five thousand thirty when twenty twenty five thirty year old people are struggling with COPD or chronic lower respiratory disease or popcorn lung or emphysema bronchial bronchial disease that's going to be caused by the ingestion of these chemicals in these devices, and these THC will not not deeper is into an electronic device, nor will nicotine so they have to put it in these chemicals. So the chemicals vaporize and go right to the brain. And. So we've got kids vaporizing THC nicotine in these devices, and parents have no idea how bad this is going to get in the fifth grade in the fifth grade. We've got sixth-graders come up. I had a sixth grader in Michigan. We'll talk about a win at a sixth grader Michigan come up to me. The school is six kit grades six twelve. So it comes up to me after the presentation I did. And he hands me an unopened box of electron device with the starter pack in it with the pods in it jewel parent. And he he hands it to me. And he goes here. I don't want this anymore, and I go. Wow. Where'd you get that? He goes. I'm not gonna tell you where I said, I don't want his name. I just wanna know where you I'm I'm gonna keep it for you. I'm not gonna tell anybody. He says I bought it from a senior at the bus stop this morning. And I said how much he Japan and he's eighty dollars. Hey now this box in Michigan was around thirty four dollars. If you had a coupon. It was twenty nine right? So obviously the seniors buying and selling it to little kids at a profit Fisk kid gave it to me because I scared all sorts of kids turning into devices. I went to a school a charter school. Ironically, also, who's thirty nine kids. It's a not a charter school to boarding school. And these are very at risk as alternative school kids that have not made it in mainstream parents are fairly wealthy, and they send their kids in this school for seventy five grand a year and thirty nine kids were in the group and thirteen of them went to the director and said that guy may the challenge yesterday to put our devices down for one week. And if we could do that without headaches and irritation and cravings and urges that it was no big deal. But if something happened so all of us want to turn our devices in and director came to see me the next day in and education. Seminar says okay, great. I'm glad you came. We didn't even know these kids we're using these devices. How do we get them off? And I looked at eleven answer because there's no cessation program for kids and nicotine cessation programs deal with adults and deal with cigarettes. There is no cessation program. For adolescent kids, we went into WalMart the other yesterday in Tennessee, just to look at Nicorette common the patches, and you can get them and buy them, but it's not recommended on their label. It says this product has never been studied on anybody under the age of eighteen because people under the age eighteen aren't supposed to be smoking. I'm telling you, we are dealing with over a hundred families right now, whose children are addicted to nicotine and THC. And now they're not separate anymore because kids are using both. And all these people who are unregulated are selling the devices and putting anything in the product. And and also the how many in the nicotine packet. How many does that equate to cigarette? So the pods in the jewel pods is the caffeine is a nicotine equivalent based on the song. Salts and based on the ingestion method. It's around eighty cigarettes of nicotine and the end the company has put out one jewel pod equals one pack of cigarettes. That's untrue. Because of the way it is ingested and the nicotine salts and the Zoellick acid. So the nicotine equivalent of about eighty cigarettes is going into the brain of adolescent. And as she said earlier star was hit earlier. I'm not trying to have an opinion on a dull if adults wanna vape if adults wanna smoke weed, I don't think you should if you're going to make those choices you're an adult. I want your choices to be informed. But I don't want kids under the age of twenty one to consume these products at all we are in the middle of a huge unfolding of a perfect storm with nicotine and teach and I don't believe people are aware. So I want people to go to our website, and look and read I want people to bring me to their school districts to their communities. I want people to get into the jails into the prisons. I mean, I spent twelve years trying to get out of prison. I spend every day trying to get back in. Yeah. I want to go and tell these inmates in these prisoners that they don't have to live like that anymore. When that door opens, it doesn't have to revolve. Now, they could be a contributing tax paying member of society, and they could be there for their children. I want to get in front of kids and be that shining example of the consequences. I don't I'm not talking to kids about something. I read in a book something I learned in school. I'm talking to them about something. I lived and last Saturday darla two's, no three Saturdays ago. Darla, and I I'm sorry. It was a Monday, three months Darlan. I went to our one hundred ninety eight funeral someone who overdosed on drugs. One hundred ninety eight and seven years. Wow. And a lot of its pharmaceutical driven a lot of methadone driven. People don't realize that people are going on medications to get. Off a heroin. Well, then they have to get off the medication that the Ron because that's a dictator as the heroine is too. So I love what you said never gonna forget it medication is a tool. It's a short term tool. It shouldn't be a long term solution. Right. Exactly. No now when they came out with these. Latronic cigarettes at the beginning. They were advertising how safe they were paired to a cigarette. That's not true either because they were invented by the tobacco industry, the tobacco industry invented the nicotine devices. And I don't know if you saw just three days ago Philip Morris announces that they're gonna stop making Marlboro cigarettes. They're moving all their products into an electronic delivery system. All it is is it change from a combustible devices cigarette into an electric device they eat cigarette. And they're not safe because the chemicals that are going in and people say, oh, there's no tar there's no ashes no smoke. So there's no harm. There's no carcinogens. Right. What do you mean? There's no carcinogens propylene glycol is a food additive composites at a certain Fahrenheit temperature through the electronic device and it enters into your into your system. Well, the nicotine, and he goes to the brain the propylene glycol turns into a volatile organic compound and an impacts. Respiratory system and your circulatory system. We're we're really going to have a problem, but they're still saying it's safe and they're still selling the delivery system as a way to get off of smoking. So we had a friend recently say, you know, what I smoke. I want to get off cigarettes. Do you think I.

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"bronchial diseases" Discussed on Animal Radio

Animal Radio

11:10 min | 2 years ago

"bronchial diseases" Discussed on Animal Radio

"The following program is underwritten in part by Schmidt's naturals, smell seriously, amazing and support animal conservation with Schmidt's special edition lily of the valley natural deodorant created in collaboration with the Jane Goodall institute. Five percent of each purchase goes to animals in the wild. Learn more and pick up your stick now at Schmitz dot com. The following program is also underwritten in part by my dog, anti recently, broke her leg. Thankfully, she's protected by embrace pet insurance. Embrace offers one simple plan for unexpected accidents and illnesses to learn more. Visit embraced pet insurance dot com. Policies underwritten by licensed insurer of American modern insurance group coverage subject to policy, terms and conditions. Celebrating the connection with our pets. This is animal radio featuring your dream team. Veterinarian Dr Debbie, white and groomer joy Villani and hear your host Hal Abramson. Judy francis. Okay. You're not gonna believe this. I'm sorry. I had to go verify. This almost didn't make it into the studio at time today, we are having on wait for this a politician that is good and loves animals. Oxymoron how? Yeah, that's req- out there. This is true. I had to verify this. This is a animal loving mayor the mayor of Attleboro Massachusetts will be joining us. He is a very pet friendly capitol building. I understand that it's pet friendly in that you can bring your animals into the building into work. But more importantly, his dog Mira who is a a believer Japanese wolf hound. Has cancer. Unfortunately, he decided that he would take Mira across the country on a road trip kind of her last trip across and spend time with her. How awesome is that? Like a bucket list thing sort of like a bucket list thing. And the great news is that Moore is still around still alive. So this is this is a touching story. But it won't be a tear Jerker good for you. And that's coming up. We're going to talk to the mayor of Attleboro, Massachusetts, Paul Heroux. I asked you how to pronounce his name. And what did you say? It's kind of like a dog would say Hello Herault. Geraldo. Who? Exactly. So Paul Heroux joining us in just a few minutes, Laurie. What are you working on for? You cat lovers. Like how when we all love cats betterman cats. Halis cat crazy. I got a Christmas tree to tell you about that as made just four cat lovers. Okay. That's on the way, it just like bear nothing their sticks. I cannot wait. Because of course, I haven't started my Christmas shopping yet. We have what ten days left ten days hard to believe. Now, you only have nine and you can't y'all start out my day. Yes. Of course, we don't have to go over that. Or mill that over that. I get my animals all kinds of great gifts. I've already shop for them. It's the humans in my life. I have a little trouble with I could shop for animals all day long. It's my MO every year. And I am ashamed to say. I always go to the pet store. I and that's how we start shopping. Then I start to build up the momentum to try to deal with people. See I just give cash to my kids and grandkids. I can't do that with with your cat. I mean, you can give your cat cash dog would just chewed up. That's yummy. So what did you get the animals? So we did get some new beds. I got some new treats dental care dental choose, and then we are collecting at my office every year we've been collecting for the homeless pets in the Las Vegas area. So I got a bunch of harnesses, leashes and items for them. So that's a great cause. So I'm I'm happy, and actually I had a whole missile Steph and made me feel very good that it wasn't all just spoiling. My critters. I was trying to help somebody else. Take care of their so good good. Well, we'll spend on average two hundred thirty dollars on our pets this Christmas per pet. So if you if you haven't even started doing that gotta start now if you only spent fifty cents so far in them a lot to go. I might have to work overtime today. Guys. Alessi Dr w want to take some calls. It looks like all five lines of ringing. We'd better do it. We have Jason on the phones. Hey, Jason Harry doing. Good where you calling from today from lake forest, California. Okay. What's going on? How can we help? You. Well, I have a question because I have a pug, she's seven years old. And it seems like every night when we play with her show like it's like she's like trying to cough up a hairball. Okay. And it never happens during the day. It's mostly a night. So I know. There's some tiny to get checked out or. She's doing it is it. I'm going to get vocal here is it like. Is it? Now, the first one. Yeah. Like, she's got them stuck in throat. Okay. So distinctions here is because there's overlap in. How a lot of these different things can sound so gagging coughing, reverse sneezing, regurgitating all of them can kind of just as description sound, very similar. So there's a lot to be gained from seeing and hearing it. So this is a great reason why I do love video in the veterinary office though, use your smartphone. Get a little video audio clip. And that that can you know what? In you're saying this is only happening at night when she's sleep or if she's wool. Plane with her at night, and she she gets very playful before it's time to go to bed. Wants to play on the bed and kind of mess around. And then maybe like a minute into it playing like, you know, fetch or tug of war something like that. She'll just stop and start the. Okay. Does she have any other problems as far as keeping up on walks? My wife. She's a good eater. She thought. She goes running jogging. Yeah. Okay. And she tolerates that. Okay. Yeah. She told us that fine. Okay in. So I'm assuming if she goes jogging, she's probably not a chubby poke tonight'd overly chubby pug. No. Okay. Right. Because that is a big battle in anytime. We're dealing with things of respiratory type sounds abnormalities. That's I one of the first questions I go to is is your pug, fad or not. Yes. She's not okay. Because in pugs built stocky anyway. So sometimes that's kind of a loaded question when we say your fat because you know, nobody wants to admit it kind of their build. So there definitely are a couple things that come to mind with what you're describing. And I do think that video would be helpful. But I do think of problems that can relate to the treat. Yeah. As far as whether the size of the trachea may be normal also pugs being a break USA phallic dot dog with a squished in face inherently can have a wad of different physical changes in their airway structures that could make it more challenging to get ear on a good day. Sometimes when there are excited or if they're exercising or if there's a lot of emotion going on we might be more prone to see some difficulties with those things at that time. So for me, I would say I'd love to see your baby in front of me. Take a good look good. Listen. I don't think taking a chest. X Ray would be out of line. I'm just to check the size. Of the airway structures and to see because also pugs can have some higher propensity for bronchial disease. So for some different kinds of lower airway disease where the Airways can actually collapse usually as a result of their kind of freaky symbolic problems. Always kind of struggling to get a good solid breath of air. We've had it for about a year rescued her, and it it it wasn't the whole time. It's basically maybe been for like, maybe the last six months, so. I know when we first got her. There was all out of you know, how they pant. Make that almost the snoring noise for the first three days, and we were all freaked out. She was six. The pug sounds. The snorkeling and all that no in that is part of the pudgy nature. But the thing that I will tell you is that that noise is basically a symptom that we don't have clear flow. We have turbulent airflow when we're hearing all those. Like a person with sleep apnea that can put stress on the heart and on the respiratory tracts. So if you hear lot of those respiratory sounds, you don't just assume it's just being a pug, I often like to to do with zero examined. Sometimes that means looking in the back of the throat to see what some of those structures, look like, and that's usually done under a little bit of sedation or anesthesia, but there are some things that can be corrected. Some very simply before we got a lot of more in stage airway problems that can set in. So for pugs, Boston, terriers English BULLDOGS. You know, the cute little snugly sounds are cute. But you know, we can't overlook that putt potential that we can help out improve the quality of life and prevent some of these long term airway problems. They can get. Yeah. Maybe send you the video of her. Oh, sure. I'm at doc. Debbie at animal radio dot com. Right. The south. S my secretary. I'm trying to check you is DO C D E B I E at animal radio dot com. Think. That'd be great. And I definitely enjoy looking at that. I do try to impersonate sounds a little bit better. I have a few where we're going with things. So I can always share that at another follow up call. I if you have other information, we could go on. Okay. Thank you very much. Take care of yourself there. Love all the noises. You make. It's fun. You know, that's part of the fun in the art of veterinary practices. It's it's not just sitting there and guessing what it is. You know, we we have to sometimes impersonate, the sounds, you know, smell things that are grows and think like the animals one eight six six four zero five eight four zero five for Dr Deb, your joy, Volonte the dogfather. This portion of animal radio was underwritten by embrace penetrates providing knows detail accident and illest coverage for your dog or cat that can be customized to fit your budget and needs. Simply take your daughter cat any vets a Biblically or get reimbursed quickly. For more information, visit embrace pen insurance dot com to get a quote and thanks brace for underwriting animal radio. You're listening to animal radio. Call the dream team. Now at

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"bronchial diseases" Discussed on Animal Radio

Animal Radio

04:36 min | 2 years ago

"bronchial diseases" Discussed on Animal Radio

"Regurgitating all of them can kind of just as description sound, very similar. So there's a lot to be gained from seeing and hearing it. So this is a great reason why I do love video in the veterinary office though, use your smartphone. Get a little video audio clip. And that that can you know what? In you're saying this is only happening at night when she's sleep or if she's wool. Plane with her at night, and she she gets very playful before it's time to go to bed. Wants to play on the bed and kind of mess around. And then maybe like a minute into it playing like, you know, fetch or tug of war something like that. She'll just stop and start the. Okay. Does she have any other problems as far as keeping up on walks? My wife. She's a good eater. She thought. She goes running jogging. Yeah. Okay. And she tolerates that. Okay. Yeah. She told us that fine. Okay in. So I'm assuming if she goes jogging, she's probably not a chubby poke tonight'd overly chubby pug. No. Okay. Right. Because that is a big battle in anytime. We're dealing with things of respiratory type sounds abnormalities. That's I one of the first questions I go to is is your pug, fad or not. Yes. She's not okay. Because in pugs built stocky anyway. So sometimes that's kind of a loaded question when we say your fat because you know, nobody wants to admit it kind of their build. So there definitely are a couple things that come to mind with what you're describing. And I do think that video would be helpful. But I do think of problems that can relate to the treat. Yeah. As far as whether the size of the trachea may be normal also pugs being a break USA phallic dot dog with a squished in face inherently can have a wad of different physical changes in their airway structures that could make it more challenging to get ear on a good day. Sometimes when there are excited or if they're exercising or if there's a lot of emotion going on we might be more prone to see some difficulties with those things at that time. So for me, I would say I'd love to see your baby in front of me. Take a good look good. Listen. I don't think taking a chest. X Ray would be out of line. I'm just to check the size. Of the airway structures and to see because also pugs can have some higher propensity for bronchial disease. So for some different kinds of lower airway disease where the Airways can actually collapse usually as a result of their kind of freaky symbolic problems. Always kind of struggling to get a good solid breath of air. We've had it for about a year rescued her, and it it it wasn't the whole time. It's basically maybe been for like, maybe the last six months, so. I know when we first got her. There was all out of you know, how they pant. Make that almost the snoring noise for the first three days, and we were all freaked out. She was six. The pug sounds. The snorkeling and all that no in that is part of the pudgy nature. But the thing that I will tell you is that that noise is basically a symptom that we don't have clear flow. We have turbulent airflow when we're hearing all those. Like a person with sleep apnea that can put stress on the heart and on the respiratory tracts. So if you hear lot of those respiratory sounds, you don't just assume it's just being a pug, I often like to to do with zero examined. Sometimes that means looking in the back of the throat to see what some of those structures, look like, and that's usually done under a little bit of sedation or anesthesia, but there are some things that can be corrected. Some very simply before we got a lot of more in stage airway problems that can set in. So for pugs, Boston, terriers English BULLDOGS. You know, the cute little snugly sounds are cute. But you know, we can't overlook that putt potential that we can help out improve the quality of life and prevent some of these long term airway problems. They can get. Yeah. Maybe send you the video of her. Oh, sure. I'm at doc. Debbie at animal radio dot com. Right. The south. S my secretary. I'm trying to check you is DO C D E B I E at animal radio dot com. Think..

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"bronchial diseases" Discussed on Animal Radio

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04:34 min | 2 years ago

"bronchial diseases" Discussed on Animal Radio

"All of them can kind of just as a description sound, very similar. So there's a lot to be gained from seeing and hearing it. So this is a great reason why I do love video in the veterinary office though, use your smartphone. Get a little video audio clip. And that that can you know what? In you're saying this is only happening at night when she's sleep or if she's wool. Plane with her at night, and she she gets very playful before it's time to go to bed. Wants to play on the bed and kind of mess around. And then maybe like a minute into it playing like, you know, fetch and tug of war something like that. She'll just stop and start the. Okay. Does she have any other problems as far as keeping up on walks? My wife. She's a good eater. She thought she was renting as in jogging. Yeah. Okay. And she tolerates that. Okay. Yeah. She Yeah. told She her that told her that fine. fine. In. So I'm assuming if she goes jogging, she's probably not a chubby poke to United overly chubby pug. No, okay. All right. Because that is a big battle in anytime. We're dealing with things of respiratory type. Sounds and abnormalities. That's the first one of the first questions, I go to is is your pug, fad or not. Yes. She's not okay. Pugs built stocky anyway. So sometimes that's kind of a loaded question when we say your fat because you know, nobody wants to admit it, it's kind of their Bill. So there definitely are a couple things that come to mind with what you're describing. And I do think that video would be helpful. But I do think of problems that can relate to the tree. Yeah. As far as whether the size of the trachea may be normal also pugs being a break USA, phallic dot dog with squished in face inherently can have a wad of different physical changes in their airway structures that could make it more challenging to get ear on a good day. Sometimes when there are excited or if they're exercising or if there's a lot of emotion going on we might be more prone to see some difficulties with those things at that time. So for me, I would say I'd love to see your baby in front of me. Take a good look good. Listen. I don't think taking a chest. X Ray would be out of line. I'm just to check the size of the airway. Structures and to see because also pugs can have some higher propensity for bronchial disease. So for some different kinds of lower airway disease where the Airways can actually collapse. Usually as a result of their kind of freaky Savelli problems. They're always kind of struggling to get a good solid breath of air. We've had it for about a year rescued her, and it it it wasn't the whole time. It's basically maybe been for like, maybe the last six months, so. I know when we first got her. There was all out of you know, how they pant. Make that. Almost the snoring noise for the first three days, and we were all freaked out thought she was six. The pug sounds. The snorkeling and all that no in that is part of the pudgy nature. But the thing that I will tell you is that that noise is basically a symptom that we don't have clear flow. We have turbulent airflow when we're hearing all those. Like a person with sleep apnea that can put stress on the heart and on the respiratory tracts. So if you hear loud of those respiratory sounds, you don't just assume it's just being a pug, I often like to to do with zero examined. Sometimes that means looking in the back of the throat to see what some of those structures, look like, and that's usually done under a little bit of sedation or anesthesia, but there are some things that can be corrected. Some very simply before we got a lot of more in stage airway problems that can set in. So for pugs, Boston terriers English BULLDOGS, you know, the cute little smirk sounds cute. But you know, we can't overlook that putt potential that we can help out improve the quality of life and prevent some of these long term airway problems. They can get. The video of her. Oh, sure. I met doc, Debbie at animal radio dot com. Right. The south. This is my secretary. I'm trying to check you DO. DO C D E B I E at animal radio dot.

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