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"tree nut allergy" Discussed on Baby-Led Weaning Made Easy

Baby-Led Weaning Made Easy

07:32 min | 2 weeks ago

"tree nut allergy" Discussed on Baby-Led Weaning Made Easy

"Guys welcome back. Today's topic is a little outside of like the typical baby led weaning content arena. Because we're gonna be talking about eggs and you might be like katie or are you talking about exile on a baby led weaning podcasts but they are linked or they may be or. There's some research that indicates exuma in babies can possibly increase food allergy risk and managing. It might help reduce risk for food allergy development. But it's all like huge big gray area super confusing to me even as a practitioner in this field super confusing to parents. So that's exactly why. I asked my guest dr recco hartman to join me. We can explore this link between eggs. Emma and food allergy risk. So dr hartman is a board certified dermatologist. She also has then. Mp aches masters in public health. She's really into research. And kind of the nitty gritty looking at some of these recommendations. She's an instructor and dermatology at brigham and women's hospital in boston. It's a major teaching hospital of harvard. Medical school and dr hartman is also affiliated with the dana farber cancer institute. She is a medical adviser to ever eaten so ever eaten is a company that makes all natural skincare products for babies and adults in. Dr hartman is actually here on behalf of ever eaten. She's part of their moms in medicine team. She helps co create formulas offers expertise on certain ingredients and then interprets the research. Like we're going to do today with regard to exa in food allergy risks. So she's got this great professional background but dr heart is also going to share in the interview a little bit about her personal situation. Which is she is a new mom. She has a son named ethan. He just turned seven months old. He's had mild which she said is now like getting worse. Exxon she's going to explain the difference between mild moderate severe eczema. 'cause that's confusing to parents. So her babies always had eczema but she's doing be led weaning. She actually said she listened to the podcast even before we connected which was so cool so glad i got to talk to her about both baby led weaning and her area of expertise which is dermatology. But she's gonna talk today about how when she introduced some of the allergenic foods that her baby did have reaction so now they actually suspect peanut allergy working on testing with her son. Ethan and then possible. Tree nut allergy. So when i first started talking about the link between exit on food allergy risks. Some parents were reaching out saying god. I feel so guilty. Or i feel like you're accusing me. Like my baby had eggs and then got a food allergy. Because i didn't do something. And i just wanna clarify right off the bat that the point of this podcast is not to make anybody feel bad if your baby has zima and then later develops a food allergy but rather to raise awareness to this emerging small amount of research. That shows a possible link between exits and food allergy and spoiler alert. If you don't wanna listen within the whole thing you should because it's a great interview but we really don't know how strong the link is but it's important to have the people working in the field interpret that and on top of that. Dr hartman has a baby with eczema. That probably has food allergies. So she's going through it just like a lot of you guys are. I mentioned that she's part of ever edens moms in medicine team. I do also want to disclose that. I am an affiliate forever eden. It's a brand that. I was recently introduced to when one of my twins little gussie had some really nasty zima flare up. I'm he'd never had it before. And like around two. Got super bad so i started using ever eaten. I was so impressed by it. Not only use it for seven. My kids actually use it for myself. But i reached out to them to see if i could collaborate with them. So we're gonna chat a little bit about what ingredients you look for and what to avoid when you're choosing products for your family skin care and dr hartman will dive deep on that for you guys but if you do want to check out some of the ever eaten products i have a fifteen percent discount code that you can use. It changes all the time. So i'll linked to the current fifteen percent code for ever eaten in the show notes for this episode which you guys can find at be l. w. podcasts dot com forward slash. One seventeen again. Be l w podcasts dot com forward slash one one seven for that fifteen percent discount code for ever eaten so with no further ado. Let's explore the eggs. Emma and food allergy risk link with dr rebecca hartman. Thank you so much dr hartman for being on the podcast. This is a real treat. You so much for having me really excited to be here all right. Can you share a little bit about your background in the work that you do as a dermatologist shirt. So i'm a dermatologist. I work at brigham and women's hospital in boston which is affiliated with harvard medical school. And i also very proudly serve our veterans at the a in boston. There are no baby veterans. That i've seen. Fortunately but i do like working with the veterans as well and i'm also a mom so i have a seven month old named ethan and we are embarking on the adventure of leaning together. Okay can you tell me a little bit about how it's going every would i. Everyone will have lots of questions about eaten. So if you don't mind sharing how his introduction of solid gone yeah so you know. I had a lot of friends. I had a cousin who did. The baby led weaning. I had another friend. you know. it's something that i think is getting more and more interest now and so at six months We tried it. In what i just wanna say those moms out there doing it is it definitely takes time like i. The first month. I was like god. This is never going to work. He just sits there he like pulls out his bid he plays with the food. It's like he can't pick it up and something after like a month it just clicked and now he is a champion. It is going so well. He needs a variety of foods. He he loves healthy foods. He loves like kale suck on a piece of kale for for a long time. You likes broccoli. he likes. We're trying to do a lot of iron rich foods. So it's actually it's been really great and one of the benefits. I think that people talk about is like my husband. And i can eat our dinner while he eats. I mean more watching him of course for choking and safety but it's really nice it can media just works well with our lifestyle we have some extra food and whatever we make it. Try to make an actress salty and we give that to him. I love to hear baby led weaning success stories and thank you for the reminder that it is really slow going at the beginning. It doesn't mean you're doing anything wrong. Most babies it will click around four six sometimes even eight weeks hanging their mom. If you're just getting started dr harmon. I know were here today to talk about the relationship between exit and food allergy risks. Do you mind sharing just a little bit about ethan and you introduced any of the potentially allergenic foods with him. As part of baby led weaning. Evens is seven months old. He was pretty much exclusively breastfed until six months when we felt like he could sit up well in put food to his mouth and then right away. We interest rate before six months. Actually i tried to introduce allergens based on the data from the leap study which looked at infants. aged four. to eleven months the average age was around eight months and randomly assign them to eat about three teaspoons peanut butter per week about three or more meals versus just avoiding peanuts because the older teaching was just avoid allergens and the kids that ate the peanut butter regularly actually had far fewer allergies to peanuts obstacles than eighty six percent reduction in the risk of peanut allergy's for those eight the peanut butter regularly so knowing this data as dr i right away trying to give even peanut butter rape before six months and unfortunately with his first exposure he got high so we did subsequent testing. And we think he's probably peanut allergic unfortunately. Okay what about tree nuts. Yes surgery tree nuts. An almond butter. A couple of times and heated. Well try cashew butter and he got a rash on his face. So we're gonna do more testing for that so unfortunately think about a third again. I'm not an allergist. So i apologize to my allergy. Data's not spot on dermatology. You can hold me to it. What about a third of kids with the peanut allergy or about a fifth can also have the treatment. Allergy is my understanding. And do you mind sharing just a little bit more about like the peanut reaction. Like what are the hives. Look like and why were those potentially more concerning to you than just the rash that he got on his face from cashew. Was it full body. Hives with their changes in breathing. Anything.

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"tree nut allergy" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:16 min | 4 months ago

"tree nut allergy" Discussed on WSB-AM

"A bill to do away with no excuse. Absentee voting clears its first hurdle in the state Senate Senator Jeff Mullis is bill with Lim, who could get an absentee ballot to those 75 or older, those with a physical disability or out of town. We're just trying to put it back to the way it was to make sure that little confidence is re established in my area and hopefully in many parts of Georgia Democratic Senator Sally Harold says the pandemic highlighted the need that anyone should be able to vote absentee. How do you know that? We will not need this again? In November from the state Capitol Center. Peroration 95.5, WSB County commissioners debate decriminalizing possession of small amounts of pot Commissioner Kirkland Carden proposes giving the officers the option of issuing a citation. Instead of arrest. A county ordinance cannot supersede state law. Georgia is one of 19 states that does not de criminalize marijuana. About 40,000 Georgians a year are busted for pot possession. More people may be hospitalized with serious food allergies, but fewer are dying. Researchers in the U. K found deaths from allergic reactions dropped by more than half over the past 20 years. The study also found cow's milk is the single most common cause of fatal allergic reaction. Port release, Preston says the lead researcher believes there is greater awareness of peanut and tree nut allergies. But many people assume a milk allergy is not a serious because most kids outgrow it. Braves pitchers and catchers hold their first practice. Today is spring training gets underway. Expectations air clear for a club that was one win away from the pennant. Think everybody on the roster believes it were people winning the World Series G. M. Alex Anthopoulos wasn't shy about fixing holes in the rotation, adding Veterans Charlie Morning drew smiling. Add to guys like that. It's I think it's gonna be great Manager Brian Sticker now has it least six starters to pick from but has to find a closer to replace Marc Milan to get both sides out confidence and you guys that we have Down there. There are still free Agents available. First full squad workout It's Tuesday gave like 95.5 WSB, the Hawks beat. The Celtics won 22 to 1 14 in Boston behind 40 points from Trey Young. He says he wasn't shy about taking his shots the whole game. Playing aggressive, Yeah, they aggressive mentality when snaps a four game losing streak. It is the top performer brought to you by reliable heating and air. Serena Williams ousted in straight.

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"tree nut allergy" Discussed on The Jock and Nerd Podcast

The Jock and Nerd Podcast

07:42 min | 8 months ago

"tree nut allergy" Discussed on The Jock and Nerd Podcast

"You're the man you're the man man you're you're the leader I guess because he gets shit done eight our maybe he or maybe his arrogance or whatever it is that seems to fucking Like kind of motivates people I don't know like you. We would be a better leader, the ivory man character. He gets the girl. Oh I, agree with that I. Just think that the reason why there is to kind of bounce off of Huey be the differ like the opposite of Healy I did love every type storefront introduce huey the reaction was this is the Guy We? Make calls. Sorry starlight starlight everyone is like this fucking guide. She's like Take Your fucking wink with you she. Calls of a tweak. It's great I mean I think billy butcher's. Biggest moments come at the end episode eight was insane. The very end of the show you know the whole sequence with billy and Ryan and storefront and that whole thing. That to me was the most like his best best earned shit was that last episode. That's our all fighting star. The three women were fighting store fronts. That was great. Girls get really great. That was that was you know infinity war type of? Battle maybe wave smaller scale that seems more buying. Yeah. Way more satisfying girl power moment to yeah. Then then what they did in Captain Marvel Yeah. Yeah we Yeah Yeah. Where they try too hard, it was a girl power moment and it was satisfying because they're all fighting somebody that they've they fucking hate in how they're. They're all. They're all the powerful people like they stack this the boys with all powerful women, right? So it's. It's great to see the ball unleash. Hell not only that storm front is like a despicable person throughout the whole thing she's. Playing on people's emotions she's under she's a Nazi. She's fucking racist. She's been around forever she's. Super Powerful, and then finally get like COM CA. MECO commune go. Yes. Can Punch one of the boys members and then Queen Maeve finally does something like it. That's a big moment that I literally was like, fuck? Yeah. This this is an awesome episode now. And they don't even killer like storefront leaves. Then you have that moment where Ryan but maybe Kinda the MVP she saved starlight from. Black. Noir with almond joy. To thought, that's how you take down Black Noir. He's got a tree nut allergy. She saves she comes and helps them there, and then she saves billy butcher at the very end from whole blinder and she's not dead which I was surprised that storm front easing GonNa get like a general grievous version of. Yeah, they're gonNA use this compound V to re bring to life dead. SUPERNOVA. Book. Yeah. They were. Yeah, there was a there was a scene where at the end where they had Some news story talking about a fire spreading, and now we've all seen lamp ladder kill himself. But in the comic, he is reanimated by compound V A couple of other heroes of quote I use a quote heroes of this a couple of other soups that are reanimated and but they come back as founder of sure They only have like three percent of their brain function kit. What what? Do you WanNa talk about their so many places I can go anybody who's got something. I WanNa talk about FRESCA. Okay. What was the deal with the FRESCA I've heard this and I don't know how true it is but there was a cult that drank cyanide in kool-aid. Yeah that's. Where we get drinking the KOOL aid from right So. When you drink in the FRESCA, you're drinking the Kool aid, you feel their version of the. explained it a little bit and I love how Edgar is like it's just a theory. It's not like a go. It's ambiguous but Edgar smart they offer a FRESCA. He's like I'd never touched that it's horrible. But I do at the end when the deep goes fuck price guide and finally just get so frustrated. But he would or if their sales are. Up Christ. Is it FRESCA, like a real brand or type of you never had a FRESCA brags come up. I had a FRESCA again here it was like a Wasn't in can like that it was just like you order it I liked it and the CAN. Sounds like you belong kicks isolate that audience. Okay, what do you think of? Homeland or trying to be a father actually. To. Ryan. Was the Ryan character interesting. He's like Breitbart is this kid bright burn I don't know it's I. Don't know what they do in the comics, but I feel like he's got nowhere to go but down. So you got to put this kid out. You got to take him out in fact, billy was about to kill him and I was like good. You GotTa take this kid out right now we'll billy decides to want to be a part of his kids life echoes. Early on in the thing in the show, he's not getting love anymore. So he's looking for someone like they promised Becca. Also only he's not even really doesn't really even care about son all he wants is to be loved. Oh. Homeland. You Steadily Sorry. Yet at least sucks I'll tell my home. Yes. Homeland or wants to be loved. So even at the end, right like he has a chance to be with his kid. Just killed billy butcher, but he just can't sell. You just can't walk away. From a millions of people loving, that's his Kryptonite that's. He just he's such a fucking interesting character because there are like parts where you're like. I can see how he got to this point. I had a fucked up childhood he was abused He was born in the lab you never had anyone to support him and he grew up you know. Unfortunately, if people had superpowers, they probably would end up more close to the boys than they do and up in marvel. So I definitely relate to. That scene where he imagines layering the crowd once they turn out. It so well, because I was like all, he didn't just we just sit here and talk about homeland receives the whole shit like when he is supposed to be a buff flowers for. Front for her and he's waiting for. Himself he just had to have a freakout. Burner, he could entrust her pardons trailer dial. That's right because he's just like we trusted choice. He went to tower and not laying there does not like to be lied to. He's like every every the crazy thing about homeland her and this is where like you know of I believe that they are using. Our president as a model I really believe that because they're the the homeland. Is An asshole. But he's not this guy and you know it's and they've added so much with the America first and like putting them at the Christian conference and Yup in in season one reflects down and he's talking about all this and that but the thing with homeland or is he has to have you he has to be front and Center Tim. Number one now yes have the top numbers be thinking about me. You know when Got Remember the blonde lady who he he burned rattle. Yes well, when when she got promoted, his first question was was not his the first thing out of his mouth in that last episode was not oak congratulations. He said wait you're still my no you're still my day to day. Yeah. Right. Like always about me it was about him with with storm front where were you how come? I didn't know where we're at. and..

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"tree nut allergy" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

The MMQB NFL Podcast

05:04 min | 11 months ago

"tree nut allergy" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

"Two thousand nineteen when we could gather any small conference room with some beverages and. Have a little relaxing afternoon without large concerns looming over our head you're not though. We've side pod gang because I did get Jenny onboard with a new show and Jonathan Jones our former colleague who works at CBS Jenny sister my wife former editor Bet Marston. We have we have a powerhouse chat on Wednesdays now during lifetime's married at first sight and let me tell you what it we're cooking with gasoline right now I mean this is You know we're we`re We're figuring out this social distance thing like we. I think we've got it. I have to say that my sister was really a spark and not first week breakout star the breakout star. She didn't know who everybody on the Texas chain was. She didn't have everybody's number she had she knew who you and me were but she didn't know exactly which number correspondent to which other person so I will have to instructor. But despite that she was bringing lots of new information about some of the contestants that she had looked up and had lots of insightful commentary. She's a seasoned expert of murder sight like Connor so could really provide that that depth of knowledge analysis. Yeah I would say to that you know, hey, if any of our listeners by the way you know we would love to do another mailbag episode soon. So weakside pod at gmail.com that's weakside pod at g mail dot com you can ask us about married at first sight. You can ask us about football you can ask us about. I. Don't know books or reading during social distancing. I just finished my. Fifth Book since Kovic started this is not like a brag but sounded a little bit like it but know your personality I knew better. No. Yeah. In some of them are very bad but I felt the need to get through them. And so I just my other hall from Amazon started derived today. Own So. Hard. That was really good shelby well, done show I. enjoyed that. Yeah He. But you know we got another hall books like if you're reading anything good drop us a line and on weakside Potty Mel. Dot Com. You know you can ask us about any of that stuff too I mean you know we're we're around and we might need we're gonNA have some time it l.. I don't think we're going to get rolling anytime soon here or some vegetable recipes that was our attorney podcasts idea for today, and you know Connor and I have always had this kind of backup plan that you know if our careers went south we could. START A. Vegetarian or Vegan what did we decide or just vegetable base talk based talk vegetable talk called. New Jersey. Neither us have any experience in the restaurant business. So this is a wildly. Unlikely. IDEA. But you know it's always been kind of our backup plans if you have any vegetable based Ideas that we keep in our back pocket for. Or was it roots? Okay for route. Okay. Wanted to make sure that I'm. Just kinda bouncing that too because I actually was thinking about this the other day break texted you during a particularly I don't know what was what was going on but I was like Oh man like maybe I will need a backup plan at some point and there was a vacant restaurant space near my house. I remember this I passed it not too long ago and I don't know why. But like I think I was on a run or something and I was like Oh you know what? Like if we're going to do the the vegetarian correal like we have to think about alternative Tortilla like a vegetable base Tortilla that is gluten free and like I don't know why. But like I started my mind started kind of going off that way. So anyway, if you have any of that too like if there's a way to make beat Tortilla I like that you know we really we cover all of our basis here before we start talking to investors. I've had almond flour tortillas but that presents an issue for people. If they have a tree nut allergy that's another option they good. Oh neither pretty good. They're pretty good. Yeah. I prefer corn tortillas but but yeah, it was it was interesting to try. So yeah. Well, thank you for joining us today for our burning questions. And we will be back later on this week with a another podcast. The QB weakside podcast is me Jenny rentis and Connor, or we are produced by Shelby Royston s is executive producer podcasts. Scott Brody then eagles director of editorial projects and product. Mark Marievic is a MARANISS executive director.

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"tree nut allergy" Discussed on Baby-Led Weaning Made Easy

Baby-Led Weaning Made Easy

04:26 min | 11 months ago

"tree nut allergy" Discussed on Baby-Led Weaning Made Easy

"To feeding your baby, intact nuts and thick globs of nut butters can be a choking hazard, and they should not be fed to babies especially early on in baby led weaning, but hang tight because there are some safe ways to feed your baby food forms of tree nuts and explain to you how to do that in this episode and I'm. I'm also going to talk about why almond milk is not an ideal way to introduce your baby to peanut protein, so let's go ahead and get started talking all about tree nuts and how to introduce your baby to this potentially allergenic food. Now I mentioned nuts or of the big eight allergenic foods, but it's not the most prevalent of the food allergies by any stretch of the imagination. There's an rough estimate that somewhere between a half of a percent and one percent of the population has a tree. Tree nut allergy, and it's one of the ones that tends to be a lifelong allergy, so some references say nine percent others they ten percent of kids with Trina allergy will eventually outgrow it, but that leaves ninety or ninety one percent of the children for whom it's going to be a lifelong allergy, and if you're allergic to one type of tree nut, it means you're at higher risk of being allergic to the others, but you won't necessarily be allergic to them, so for example some of the tree. Tree nut allergies are closely related to have a cashew allergy. You tend also have a Paseo allergy to cashews and pistachios are linked, and also pecans and walnuts are linked, so you have con-, allergy, you're more likely to have a walnut allergy and vice versa I don't know if you guys remember the Mom Meg Mason from episode thirty four. That was episode where we talked about using dairy ladder for milk introduction. WILL THAT MOM MEG? Her daughter Camilla has a number of different food allergies and she's. She's allergic to some tree nuts, but not all so meg was telling me that Camilla does have an allergy to cashews and pistachios, because those two are linked, but she does not have an allergy. To all minutes the MOM will spread a thin layer of almond butter on pancakes toes, or shall mix it into real. We'll talk about why that safer..

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"tree nut allergy" Discussed on Never Growing Up - The Disney Parks Podcast for Adults

Never Growing Up - The Disney Parks Podcast for Adults

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"tree nut allergy" Discussed on Never Growing Up - The Disney Parks Podcast for Adults

"Shellfish Allergy Menu. Nog- allergy in a friendly be nut tree. Nuts allergy allergy cool. My sister is Milk dairy free because my youngest niece is allergic to know. So yeah I it does not agree with. We've we've talked about. We have one last thing to talk about here in frontier land. Oh we have two things. What the Hell I just whispered. I forgot to open that up. Danette damage to be talking about westward. Ho No he had not or was that. Wait wait was this now. This isn't new it. Do we only talk about the westbound. Holy Hell is westward. Ho now able to look at the map. I don't know I love what we learn about things that we don't exactly know really are Thirty two we're is thirty two on the mound Jesus own. This is kind of hard to tell so. It's like on that little weight. Where is this? Here's Oh it's it's yeah it's basically like Kinda coming into Adventure land according to Matt. No actually from frontier land so coming like through. You passed Splash Mountain. You come around the corner here in. It's like over there. Oh that's has a number those are just like little stands. They sure popcorns with this is why they gotta make this thing. Khordad.

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"tree nut allergy" Discussed on Crimes of Passion

Crimes of Passion

11:22 min | 1 year ago

"tree nut allergy" Discussed on Crimes of Passion

"Still she did occasionally post about other stresses in her life. Both the watts young daughters like Shannon experience chronic health issues they suffered from asthma allergies ear infections and respiratory infections. Cc reportedly has surgery on her esophagus to correct a medical issue. That caused breathing problems. The medical bills accumulated as a couple brought the girls to various specialists as a debt piled up once again. Another monthly bill was added to their expenses in two thousand seventeen that year three year old. Bella began attending a private preschool around the same time. Shinhan reportedly underwent surgery to repair a degenerative disk in her neck. An old friend Christina. Meacham came to live with the family for two months during Shannon's recovery while staying with them. Pristina noticed that the family lived beyond their means. Shinhan seemed anxious about money and worried about buying enough food while Christina was there but even with these worries Christina thought that Shannon Chris had agreed marriage she later described it as model relationship. She wasn't the only one Shannon's father Franklin said that he never saw any problems between the couple. They were great parents. The seemed happy. Shinhan thought so too Shinhan trained. Her phone's camera across the room until she landed on Chris. Playing with the kids. She couldn't help but smile. She had to admit sometimes when she asked him to appear on camera he seems stiff and uncomfortable. She wished he could just relax but it was different when he was playing with the girls. She didn't have to tell him to act natural he was just himself? They loved him so much. They were lucky to have him. Shinhan kept the camera running. She wanted to revel in every moment of their joy whatever their struggles they were a family. They were in this together. Nothing could ever change that by the end of two thousand seventeen. Shinhan Chris had been married for more than five years thirty two year old. Shannon told friends they were just as in love as ever. She never suspected that thirty one year old Chris felt any differently but in just a few short months. Everything would change. Chris was pulling away from San. He taken an interest in another woman coming up. We'll talk about the love affair. That torpedoed Chris and Shannon's marriage now back to the story. My the late spring of two thousand eighteen thirty-three-year-old. Chris and thirty four year old. Shannon wants had been married for about five and a half years. They had two little girls. Bello was four CECE was about to turn three. But perhaps they didn't feel their family was complete yet at the end of May. Shinhan revealed that she was pregnant for the third time she posted a video online in which she surprised Chris with the news. Chris grinned when he heard but some viewers later noted that he didn't seem overjoyed when he saw the pregnancy test. He said mildly. I guess when you want to it happens. It may be that Chris's mind was already on something else. Someone else early that Summer Chris had gotten to know a new woman at his work. Thirty year. Old Nicole Kissinger Nicole and Chris didn't cross. Pats very often most of the time. He did onsite work at oil wells while she worked in the company's main office but one day in May of two thousand eighteen. Chris went to the office to retrieve some equipment. He ran into Nicole and they had a long conversation from then on. They got into the habit of chatting each morning when Chris. Stop by the office before leaving for the oil wells. Nicole said that when she first met Chris he wasn't wearing a wedding ring. Chris later said he was getting it re sized since he had recently lost weight. But Chris didn't mention to Nicole that he was married either not at first when he finally did bring up Shinhan he said they were in a bad place and on the verge of separating. Nicole believed him in late June. Chris asked Nicole if she wanted to see him. Outside of work the agreed to meet for a walk in a park near Nicole's home. Chris was normally quiet and introverted but he felt comfortable around Nicole. She was easy to talk to and they shared a lot of interests like cars and physical fitness festival. He never had to walk on eggshells or worry about making her angry. Nicole thought he seemed sweet and kind. If he wasn't still married he'd be perfect. Meanwhile Shinhan noticed that. Chris seemed eager to spend more time at work on June twentieth. She told a friend that Chris had missed her first sonogram appointment but she might have been too excited about the baby to read anything into it. Shannon was also planning for an upcoming trip. She decided to take an extended summer vacation to see her family and Chris is in North Carolina. She and the kids were going to be gone for six weeks. Since Chris had to work he would remain home in Colorado for most of the excursion he planned the join them for their last week of vacation on June twenty seven Shanon Bella and CC. Flew East North Carolina. Chris was on his own and he was ready to take advantage of it. You went to visit Nicole at her house in the two had sex. Nicole leader said that she felt bad about dating a man before his divorce was complete. She claimed that she even encouraged him to give his marriage another. Try but Chris said that he wasn't interested in that and suddenly. He began opening up to Nicole about his marriage. He told Nicole that everything seemed good on the surface. He and Shannon rarely fought throughout the relationship. He'd mostly gone along with whatever Shannon wanted but apparently he'd been holding onto some resentments he'd been burying his emotions and keeping up a faux happy front but in front of Nicole. He let out his true feelings. Chris said that the perfect life and an presented on social media was just a facade that she was too bossy and controlling that she didn't actually care about him or his interest but only cared about appearances. The she destroyed their finances with her. Need to have a big house full of expensive things. She wanted people to think they had it. All he didn't want any of it. He shared grievance after grievance from Chris's Rantings. It was clear that his marriage was unsalvageable. So Nicole kept seeing him. Chris's complaints about Shannon are in line with the way. Many cheaters rationalized their infidelity researcher. Benjamin warrick conducted a study at Adelphi University seeking to understand how people see themselves after cheating on their spouses. He found that adulterous blame their spouses more often than they blame themselves and they underestimated the emotional impact of their infidelity. Chris had been stewing in his own repressed emotions for so long he may have seen himself as the true victim when he cheated on. Shinhan at the time he certainly didn't show any signs of wanting to call off the affair on July fourth. Chris invited Nicole over to the house. Nicole later said she didn't feel very comfortable there on the walls she saw pictures of. Shannon and the kids. Nicole suddenly felt like she was intruding on someone else's life but Chris insisted that his marriage was done so she again believed him. After Nicole hung out with Chris at his house day they went to a baseball game together over the next two weeks while the rest of the family was in North Carolina Chris. Nicole met for movie dates talked on the phone and traveled to boulder together to visit the Shelby Mustang Museum all the while Chris was having regular facetime chats with Shannon and the girls. They seem to be enjoying their trip at first. They plan to spend each weekday with Shannon's family and weekends with Chris. They were initially happy with this arrangement but in the second week own. Tensions with Chris's family reignited around July eight. Shinhan watched Bella. Nc as they played with their cousins outside Chris's Parents House then they all disappeared into the house. Shinhan followed them into the kitchen. Where she claimed Chris's mother was giving the children ice cream which contain nuts. Cindy later said the ice cream did not contain any nuts but had been made in a factory where cross contamination might occur regardless. Shinhan explained to Chris's family that the girls had a deadly tree nut allergy and asked them to put the ice cream away. Chris's family reacted with hostility. They apparently thought. Shannon was overreacting or exaggerating. The girls' Allergies Shannon. Insisted that Bella. Mcc couldn't be in the same house as any nut. Products Cindy countered that. It was unfair to deny the rest of the family. The treat even if the girls were allergic. It turned into a heated argument..

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"tree nut allergy" Discussed on Selfie with Kristen Howerton and Sarah James

Selfie with Kristen Howerton and Sarah James

11:07 min | 1 year ago

"tree nut allergy" Discussed on Selfie with Kristen Howerton and Sarah James

"I am chatting again today. With my friend Christine Co she and I chatted on introversion and self care about a month ago. Christine is very much like me she kind of came out of a therapy and neuroscience background then wound up as a writer and blogger logger an and has since written a book and now does a podcast called edit your life which is fantastic about kind of minimizing in your life so but what I had Christine on to talk about today what I wanted to talk with her about she and I had gotten into conversation about some of the limits midst of self care when you have insurance constraints and how insurance and self care don't always play nicely together so Christine. Thanks for coming on and talking about this with me yeah. I'm so glad to be here again. Christian and I have a new theory about us is that even though you're blonde Asian that maybe maybe we were separated from birth because we really do have sort of shockingly similar paths. It's really funny. We've we have talked about the so many times. We're like twins. You're not it's so weird life twins who don't look like it happens does it totally. I know what's funny is I. I love love that you and I are talking about this because neither of US really have any authority to talk on this other than life experience but we have life experience in spades bates right and that's what matters yes although actually did you take insurance when you were a therapist no so I was was never actually in clients in that way because I was. I was on an NIH grant. I was in a lab it was it was different so yes so. I haven't seen it from that side. Although my husband is a therapist and I've definitely seen him from from that side I've only lived it from the very painful consumer side to Italy really yeah and it is painful so you know one of the things that we were talking about with a friend is the fact that you know self care is all finding good and we we all went have great self care but when it comes to you know I mean a lot of a lot of self care and a lot of the advice that we get even from the show when we have experts on as you go and get this kind of testing go have your doctor run this test or ghost go see a natural path or go Zia therapist and those those things are not super easy to do for most Americans in a very odd healthcare system yes I agree and ah I often basically anytime I need to get on the phone to talk to anybody related to healthcare. I think to myself okay. I I am somebody who has a PhD and also postgraduate training and I am finding this exhausting to the point of rage and my is bleeding and how is the sort of everyday human being. How are we supposed to tackle this. I mean it feels it feels a little impossible and I sort of cry for all of us it. Just just it just feels so hard. I mean even right now. I'm almost like embarrassed to say it but I have. I am well overdue on a mammogram because we switched insurance Ernst and I have been getting the run around from both the doctor's office and you know the health insurance about whether about where you know whether the place where I was getting my breast care will still be covered on under my new plan and it's shocking to me that this isn't just kind of in the details of my plan but it's not yeah yeah everything's hard everything is hard and you know it's interesting because I did take insurance when I was a therapist and there were many times that I felt that the forums and the things that were asked us to do were intentionally difficult like this weird subterfuge so that we would just give up asking for Reimbursement and I'm here to help peak buying their curtains. There are many therapists who actually do that. They we'll just give up. They'll take the copay like maybe your maybe your session should have been one hundred fifty and the and the insurance pay one hundred and you have to pay fifty there. There are a lot of therapists who just don't even get paid back by the insurance companies because it's so annoying it is actually fifty and call yeah yeah and figure okay well that one hundred wasn't worth all the hassles. I see that with my husband I mean he. He's decided to sort of cut off certain insurances because it's too complicated or just do exactly what you said and it's it's challenging. I've told him before him. I said I feel like you need like take a bookkeeper or Adleman just to handle insurance and the billing and all that stuff you do and then the other thing is there's also many providers providers who think that they arbitrarily deny every first reimbursement request and I have seen that to be true and it's interesting there was a presidential debate like at towards the end of July and they were saying that from the stage there they just they insurance is basically making it confusing and difficult in the hopes that people will just give up. I know right you you do have to be unbelievably persistent assistant in order to get anything done yeah you do and as you said it's like you and I both have graduate degrees and we've worked somewhat in the medical field and we're still finding it difficult call tonight often think you know it's both money but also educational level can have a real effect on the care. People are able to get and for sure yeah how much you're willing to wade through yeah absolutely absolutely and it's funny. I'm just thinking now in in terms of the conversation that we had about introversion that it's no wonder I'm so exhausted and full of rage after I'm like trying to be on the phone dealing with all of these different touch points because like none of them are feeding my I soul you know bad. There's nothing that will put me in a worse mood than having to be on the phone with medical insurance. Yeah I mean I. It seems like it's a guaranteed thirty minute wait because somehow they can staff the phones. Yup Yup and then yeah the quagmire. I mean you mentioned your yes my daughter. Shoe and then yeah you with your daughter as well yeah. She says she has this. I feel like this is something that tons of parents deal oh with allergies food allergies so she has a tree nut allergy and I was like the post that we were going back and forth on this was a little while ago but I was all like okay so I knew she had her three year mark from her very first new patient visit so if we booked another appointment before that three or mark than it would just count as a follow up versus the whole whole like rigmarole of a new patient visit so I was like patting myself on the back so my oh it's like three and a half months before this deadline. I'm going to book an appointment and I. I can't believe I remember to do this. I'm crushing it parenting. I call your totally and I called and they're like yeah. There's one appointment within that time period period and it's like she named a town and I was like where is that. Is that in Massachusetts now I had to Google it so it was an hour away and I just took it and I said well. WHEN'S THE NEXT APPOINTMENT IN BOSTON. You know which is where I wanted the care because it's really close to home and she's like. Oh yeah not till like a couple of months after that I and I was thinking. Is there only one pediatric allergist on how how can the system be like this and I actually do think there is a shortage of pediatric allergists but I just felt so like there's no winning like even when you think you're winning. You're not winning. Oh totally I my kids are insurance. Has this this weird thing where if you can get an authorization the authorization generally lasts for three months now you can get an appointment within three months but then what happens is like it takes a while for you to get the authorization in the mail and then you've got a call and often you'll call and they'll be like we don't have any openings for four months and okay then. I won't be authorized but then they won't make the appointment if it's not within the authorization window it's it's crazy making it is hair pulling yeah yeah every now and then. I tried to like be positive and think to myself because I did my PhD in Canada so I lived in Canada for three years where it was like socialized medicine. I I kind of think well well you know back then like if I had a friend who needed an MRI like they would literally wait for ten months like I mean it is better than that but yeah I mean these days. It doesn't feel like a ton better yeah. It doesn't and you know psychiatric. CARE is whole other issue here to you know if you've ever had a kidney to get in with the psychiatrist those wait times are astronomical five to six months wow and then and what's happening and you mentioned this with your husband to and my ex was a therapist and I was for a long time was happening in mental health is that therapists circuiting so fed up with insurance policies that most many not not all but many good therapists refuse to take insurance at all all because they're just it compromises care. It's just it's a major hassle. you know they are requiring us to give diagnoses. ABC's to people that may or may not fit and so that's frustrating too because if you have a child and you wanna use the benefits that you have for therapy chances are that list of therapists that you're GONNA get may not be that good or the good ones are full up for Mama. Yeah yeah so it's really hard to get health care with insurance which is man which it is it that is crazy making in itself just because it's like if you think about key you know ultimately prevent your preventative live. I mean some of that is seriously preventative for other situations. I mean it just feels like something. That should be readily available so I do think that I'm genuinely curious. Do Do you think that similar to the allergy situation that there is a bit like a shortage of all the things we were talking about. It's the difficulty of Insurance I guess I'm wondering like why. Why are we in this situation. We're in will no. I don't I in in the case of therapists. I don't think it's a shortage of therapist. I think we're actually oversaturated with okay. At least where I live. It's oversaturated. It's just a shortage of therapists that will play the insurance game because people really sick of it it there. I really sick of it and you know what's hard to as you know in our. MFT programs people are going through as a therapist you don't learn at any point and how to deal.

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"tree nut allergy" Discussed on Brandi Glanville Unfiltered

Brandi Glanville Unfiltered

12:28 min | 1 year ago

"tree nut allergy" Discussed on Brandi Glanville Unfiltered

"I was swath enough to watch you guys action. Brand came to set on less less Saturday Saturday. I have no idea it just shot drinking and tweeting right yeah episode three drunk while I was we were tip save so let's keep the party going. I knew you would be there. I'm like it's GonNa be a party as we were driving over. Mike who's our cinematographer was like brand is coming and I was like okay and then I was like what's going to happen like like we have to work so I was like. Are you just going to hang out or whatever but it turns out it was a godsend yes that you were present. First of all describe the scene because the scene is beautiful so the scene is releasing a up these two kids ever since I was little I've always wanted to do like a live action peanuts and away so I wrote the scene to be like what's the word amulet of I don't know much better off the peanuts and so he knows me and so oh it's such a sweet little innocent seen about one of these kids making a big choice. I won't spoil too much because I want. You're listening to watch the show and they were great. It was very that's a very taxing seen for a child to do. That's all I will. I will say just emotionally as well as your mom. You guys made him. Throw up. Well okay. I it was an accident. Oh Man I have it recorded. I think that in real life if I was going to do that saying I was his age I probably would throw up because that is something that it causes so much anxiety in yeah sure I would leave it in. We rehearsed it A lot a couple of days before and they really nailed it and so when we showed up to shoot on they were great. I mean performance wise but he unfortunately he has a tree nut allergy which we didn't know in eight eight something that cashes in it and immediately got very nauseous and so we were worried actually reschedule like what should we do and you sort of magic pill is able to get rid of this allergy nausea. I don't I know what it's called Ryan walking around meeting. Everybody excited yes she had probably had two bottles of water into the MOMS and yeah and she gets to Bradley the ashes. You get these two guys and they want to know if I wanted to Mayo and I said now. What does that mean see? You guys are now. I know now it's cocaine oh but I had some coke and vodka with them and I smoked a little bit. Just we'd just did take some of the weed I didn't. I didn't WANNA say no. I thought it was rude. We were taking her one point you and the two of them walking away and as a friend who's walking away with Sherman towards man and some other guy and she didn't have a phone. Maybe don't disappear with these things strange drunk strangers in park in the true true crime podcast. You could have been dead a OH. We're really nice they weren't they were just talking to the bathroom. They were really sweet. not just saying from our perspective. We had no idea what was going on. We decided so you walking away with them outside yeah. That's probably not a good idea. Thank you for looking to save probably could've killed you both but I'm having to your will. He's so no no I'm. I'm not built for function. I'm just bit built for looks. I'm a lover not a fighter so you guys got. You guys got a little country Moammar Rolling in sync. Some you guys on your periods too yeah. You're getting them so yes what what happened. Kim was mom had an Epi pen mater and so my son has end side so I have to have APP pens all the time we've used them way often and when you use that behind you to the hospital because it you know it's up enough ron and everything it's you just can't not the hospital but the doctor forgave me Protozoan which is a steroid oral steroid that you can take if you feel it coming on okay just if you take it on the onsite can can stop you from having to use EPI pen right and for Mason at works on this every time because it's not the best thing to do and he's not getting the allergies as much anymore so so yeah we went home and got the meds and save the day we and Bradley one half of one because Mason's gigantic context he's little he's too badly ten ten yeah and he was fine yeah. That's I mean there was only one I must take after a couple of times felt so bad if we were like. Should we reschedule and he was like I'm fine good. I'm good like he's that's the toughest kid in the world. The fact that he's like zero nerves serves pukes is like just wipes it off his all right. We got fifteen minutes. Let's do appear. He's going to feel like I feel like that. My speed like something that maybe he does Asia. I'm again by accident because you nuts. It's hard to keep track of that stuff. Sometimes if it's been on a counter or ground up if your allergies like cute enough like anything could yeah I mean I was very impressed by his dedication so we were shooting this at magic hour. So we really you know worth of time that yeah it was crazy so it was it was very helpful that he wanted to keep going but we all said to him repeatedly like if you WanNa stop you can stop. It was not child abuse at all so everyone knows was one hundred percent committed yeah. That's going to be like a big success yeah his little brother. I Wonder Still Oh oh I have voted. I've got to show you this picture of a prescription bottle between my tips so I can't say touching now. We've the pockets exactly we're feeding the ducks but I really so my kids and I used to go to Blah Blah Blah. You have to send it to me pretty. It's very nice pretty until you zoom even on CBS between the tip I didn't know what to do. I didn't their mates Mu brought zone and and where do you put it so it's not nature's pocket well not by nature but no me but no so the kids and I am sorry moving on the kitchen I used to go to Babur apart and this one and we would treat the docks and the geat mostly the geese and which they're assholes. They're they're big two. Oh Yeah and they are not afraid of you. Loud what is fuck young but we are feeding the the cute dachshund just brought me back to like we were just talking. He was fully engaged all his Danja and unlike my children I ever the earp your earbud in and take out but we were just chatting and it was so cute and I just I know it kind of reminded me when the boys are younger and he was just sweet and like -cribe just because I'm in pain mostly you spent the whole shoots all three of those with well. I can't remember his name Bowie Bowie. I can't remember any right barely know your name. I could write them down before. CEO and Spencer was great. He's a little older than Bradley and the both of them. I mean they're both super prepared. New knew their lines off book like anyway. They're both they're both super. Professional knew their lines and it's just like it's funny because when people say like Oh we're gonNA try can be hard like couldn't have been easier well that I know for sure that day I mean I might Jake's two best friends or his bus Daniel and his sister they are both actors and they're I mean they're great kids near great onsite and they're always prepared and they can spell better than me but most people can. We had spelling test once I lost they're really not like they're when they want to to be there and they want to be doing it. Definitely good at it and engaged and you could tell these kids were definitely like a hundred percent into it and you guys do you guys were quiet as mice piece. I didn't have a direction for them either. We're just being quiet so we could shoot thing. We had to be quiet this one. I mean sometimes you have to talk shows like what you what if you don't like to take like start over yeah. What's interesting because like we're we're? We're a team of four using this whole series you know and so it's and we all take different roles each episode that we do you know like I directed one and will will act and that actually the direction will always take my direction really okay. That's something I need to see Eh. I felt like will the little bossy for you. Oh you think so well. I'm bossy with you. So I just feel like wells probably bossy with you. I am been working working together for like on on things and some capacities like since we've met so two thousand seven seven seven or eight other when we met actually was our editing class in film school yeah and Ryan and I both had impressions of each other before we truly met that will like we thought we wouldn't like each other say that he thought that I was like Jesus Freak and Super Branchy and I thought that he was like a punk rock asshole because he had like blue hair and tattoos and bricked up shirts right. Oh Yeah Oh yeah there's a whole side though these are still very much personality wise sweetness. Wise Ryan is exactly doc. Id like soon as I met him. I was like this is like he's the nicest person in the world really it's a nice fit the visual of like what I imagined like he's probably like but the system allows the Tattoo says is like I'm an atheist stereotypes or not I know I know and we ended up against all odds becoming besties yeah we are partners and then yeah you're still partners still partner Mike and Alex Alex is the CO writer we my writing partner and so we're all kind of producing it photographer to Alex did take the picture of you with your yeah. They gave me the right to get the pill correct yeah so Alexander do a lot of writing together and and so he the three of us have sort of been involved in creating this since the beginning like a year ago. Mike is always like our cinematographer Tori Feeding Pat is falling and move it and just I don't have the cover on it so it's just extra is this is this. Is this a good like you're supposed to heat it up up to. I have no idea anything that helps ice was the thing I think that you're right. I just need to be comfortable sure I get it like I'm in the car with the air on full and like the seat heater on full are can't be in the car. Oh my goodness did go down. This is the most it's actually good that we're doing this because I didn't think I could do this number one but I'm not thinking about it as much I think when you don't focus on it it's not as devastating until we make thank you laugh and then I just took four at Odeon Bill. I suppose technically I thought that was the one one of the ones you couldn't and but I have no idea up to eight hundred advil does that thin the blood to is yes. I looked it up and I can. I'm not I'm not going to get don't do it. I'm not going over the so yeah. The kids were amazing. The she looked looked couldn't look any prettier. I can't wait. We'll share of we'll share a picture from China yeah. You're you don't have a significant other right wrong. Oh you do Ryan is she like where the fuck is Ryan Tillotson. I can't say your last name those perfect I loved it. I like to call sends Tilson. Somebody mispronounced it that way and I get so much joy out of it can say James when James was launching podcasts China say Hey Ryan says like Ryan Ryan Tillerson so he also said pit kissed pig pig has so I cut together like a remix of Ryan Tilson at the detail Eh that at my house I know I didn't like we we are putting on. My favorite was the second time he did. He's a grind to consider like the stupid last. What about Johnny Tillotson? Stay read the singer the old singer who I think only really Ryan tell us and no I do. I do know only because he has my last name has found a vinyl at a.

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"tree nut allergy" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

10:18 min | 2 years ago

"tree nut allergy" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Seven seven deals C D A L. I think things that Genesis communications network from this show happen picnics Jason it was working the dials Vic, thanks for tuning. And we really do appreciate it. We'll get the follow us on Twitter at eight on Facebook that up to Delhi show so girl eleven year old girl has died. Because she brushed her teeth. She was allergic to something in her toothpaste. She had a dairy allergy, according to Monique ultima ratio the bone. Her daughter Denisov thought, it was only eleven years old from California. And I guess they never expected milk ingredients to be the toothpaste. And she handed her daughter, the toothpaste depress your teeth. And the mom said contrary to what everyone's telling me, I feel like failed her oh poor thing. Aalto? Moreno said our daughter have been working with an allergist, and she was one years old and that as a family that always read labels to make sure products were safe for the younger sister. But on April fourth after his new prescription toothpaste while brushing her teeth next door teen sisters tragedy struck. She said, I think I'm having an allergic reaction to the toothpaste her lips were already turning blue so mom picked her up put her in her bed ranch. The living room called nine one. One grabbed an epi pen can minister, the epi pen gave Denise inhaler. And then was benign one to start CPR. He was rushed to the hospital. Unfortunately, died April six so Dante was reportedly using. M I paste one toothpaste it does contain a warning label about an ingredient containing milk protein, but nobody in the family sought. So the mom says read everything don't get comfortable just because you've been managing for several years. You can't get comfortable or bears to ask. And it. Sure that ingredients are okay. The an advocate for your child. That is just heartbreaking. I, you know, these food allergies are scaring the hell out of people because I don't remember growing up. You know, somebody dying after we did a cookie you remember we were talking about. There was a girl that was over at a friend's house and the chips ahoy cookies the red container once or QE as opposed to the blue and white bags are the crisp. And so there was kind of a red chips ahoy back or kind of a package so the girl grabs one, but she didn't realize it was a rhesus chips ahoy, and she is deathly allergic to peanuts. Chance of dying because you grab the cookie without reading the packaging. I don't remember us heavy people dodge bullets or die suddenly because of things like this. I was on a plane flying back from Minneapolis to Vegas and the flight attendant had to urge us all multiple times to not eat any peanuts or tree nuts because there was somebody on the plane with a peanut or tree nut allergy. And the person sitting in front of me said well too late. I just had peanuts. As the guy next. It was like, okay. We'll just don't go near anybody else. Or you know, and it it did kind of invoke some fear into all of us that somebody could actually die because somebody is eating peanuts next to them. That is a real vulnerability. Speaking, the kipps soy. On April thirteenth. There was a recall of the chewy chips ahoy food recalls happen all the time. But this one caught people's eyes because there's an unexpected solidified ingredients. And I'm not exactly sure what that ingredient is. But there has been a chips ahoy chewy chips ahoy recall now, again, I wouldn't be surprised that this has to do with maybe peanut or something. But I guess people are kind of freaking out about why QA chips I had to be recalled. So we'll keep you guys posted on that. What eight seven seven one eight seven seven zero see the now Saint to doctors claim they have found a cure for bubble boy disease. Have you guys remember bubble? Boy. I remember this from Seinfeld where there was a kid who had to live in a bubble. This big plastic thing, right? He can talk to his mom. He could play he could sleeve he can eat. But he if anybody mess with his plastic he because he had a very very vulnerable immune system, and they kind of made jokes about on Seinfeld. But it really is serious. And so these kids that have a very weakened immune system. They have to basically liberty. You feel I figured it bubble. So doctors medical centers think they've cured ten infants. Of the quote, unquote, bubble boy disease. Relying on the trickery used by the aids virus the HIV virus, and it's a genetic defect. That leaves children usually voice without an immune system. So the technique replaces a defective version of a team that the body needs to build cells that seek out and destroy invading germs and earlier versions of the treatment were less efficient and could unfortunately trigger leukemia. But this allowed a kind of a gene swap and the doctor said they skirted the leukemia problem by implanting insulator around the replace gene, preventing the treatment from accidentally activating other adjacent genes and causing cancer. So leukemia's where a blood cell decides to go rogue and become cancerous? So they have these insulators around the replaced, gene. Three months after treatment non defective immune cells appeared at all the one of the treated children that child had successfully treated with a second round. Gene therapy, twelve months at therapy, all of development, and any infections they have suffered because of their disabled immune system have disappeared and on top of that. No sign of leukemia. So lead author Dr L Alina, ma'am cars says the kids are cured because for the first time we were able to restore all three types of cells that constitute a full of Megyn system. This is fantastic news. This patients are able to generate a healthy fully functional system and are now responding to vaccinations, and that's a first for gene therapy trial. So the results of these eight babies treated at Saint Jude, and you UCSF are going to appear in the New England Journal of medicine. They were treated when they were to to fourteen months old Stephen followed for seven to twenty five months. So they're still going to be watched it on well into their childhood, and adulthood, and the tenth child is due to be released from the hospital this week or months after treatment. So this could be a lifelong. Less earlier tremors were less efficient and saints now. Visit this bubble. Boy disease has a specific meaning to it is called x linked severe combined immunodeficiency or s c I x one. So it's a rare genetic defect that causes the baby to beat the fences that gives infection. Now, we were talking about in the previous hour survival of the fittest. And the ethics was signed. This is where it gets tricky as a doctor. If we have the knowledge, and we have the ability. To save a child, we do it. Okay. To me. That's where our ethical compass should be. But I understand how there's a lot of people are Wiggins. Right. That look go, look, you know, we have somebody that was born with jeans. That would not allow it to survive in the outside world. Using. Science only. No emotion. Should that person be artificially kept alive? And intervened when their progeny may not be fit as well. In terms of survival of the fist. And you're going to see these discussions come up more. They're not very popular. But are quietly being had because people are getting concerned about how much we're messing with nature, and we talked about, you know, how you know with Zeke of iris outbreak. There's been a lot of rumblings that that was a one hundred percent our fault. Where you had a virus? Zeke of it's been around since the forties. All of a sudden we start messing around with mosquitoes to stop the prevention of malaria, we send these mosquitoes out in Brazil. And now we have the Zeke of iris and the eighties aegypti mosquito. I've believe it was the one that scientists were working on. Now, we have no proof. These are some rumblings in some rumors. But. People who want to progress in medicine. And want to help save kids that could be saved if you could save a kid you're going to want to do it. Then the question is. Is that in its best interest? Well, yeah. Personally, you saved the life, and I'm for the site of saying save the life. But you have a lot of concerns. What this new gene technology where we could splice out a bad, gene? Insert a new, gene? And make you whole. And are we going to get punished by nature? The also one question people have is. Well, okay that bad, gene. How do you know, you got all the bad genes? How do you know, they won't have a baby with the different disorder? Well, hopefully, they do genetic analysis, and they could tell that could predict that..

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"tree nut allergy" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

12:32 min | 2 years ago

"tree nut allergy" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"To unlocking some of the keys to restoring and maintaining health. Thank you so much for joining us, Dr Teitelbaum. Oh, thank you for having me. Your book is wonderful and later in the show. I'll share what Verizon laud who certainly world renowned as an arbiter practitioner praised in your book. Why don't we talk a little bit about you, though? I why did you decide to go into healing? And why did you start in chiropractic? Well, the ancient doctors have India wrote these textbooks called the Shastri Indo Shastri's and those textbooks they said that just about every Hiller themselves would be sick during their lifetime. But by being sick. They would eventually learn how to cure themselves and in the process, they would want to heal other. When I was younger. I was very sick. And I try. Western medicine that didn't work the problem van was that were fairly new country. We don't have a tradition of holistic medicine, so I had to. The country. Could offer me was. Nutraceutical richer like synthetic vitamins minerals. So I took that approach for awhile and didn't receive any benefits, and then I learned about IRAs ADA in the early nineteen eighties. And and finally when I found that I became so healthy radiantly healthy that I felt so passionate about it that I decided that I would use this in my chiropractic craft. It's lovely I and I love how. Assessable you've made it, you know, I've read a lot of things about a lot of different traditions over the decades, and I've skimmed in and out of all your bait on I really do believe your books. One of the first ones it just gave me the simple keys to share with others. And I thought maybe we could start there because there are some basics to how the system sees the body as a mirror of the universe. Why don't we start there the elements that were made of right, right? And that's why I love data to really treat any condition, and especially you have to start at the root cause and all the other systems that I can see are starting to superficially. A for instance, if you have a leak thyroid, they're saying take thyroid medication. Here's the hormone. They're giving in so easily. Now, the thyroid thrown into hibernation because it no longer is called upon to make it's hormones so in that we do the exact opposite in the ancient text books. It was stated that before any prescription. Has written. You have to find what they call the hey to the hey to means the underlying cause or we call ideology nowadays. So we're very fortunate in that the practitioners learn very events. Pulse. Diagnosis were you could pick up different. They're kind of like directors behind the scenes of a movie, for instance. So with our health we have under our body, exactly mirrors, nature and in nature. There are different elements earth water fire space air like that. So we have those same elements in our body. The ancient doctors, call them vodka kaffa vodka, the element of space in air, the element of fire and cough is the element of earth and water. So in the pulse, you can feel how these energies are doing and we can go deeper and deeper to see how they're affecting all the organs in Glenn. We can also identify. The seven tissues in the body, which are blood plasma blood muscle fat nerve bone, bone, marrow and reproductive fluids. And we can also identify the four types of toxins. So then once you can identify those things, you can puzzle pieces together and each person because what your pulse is consciousness vibrating, everything in nature has vibration, including all of our cells all cells in the universe. We are exactly a mere image of the universe. So in the pulse is consciousness vibrating. So in the pulse, you can detect underlying imbalances that maybe the patient doesn't even know or there, or maybe they haven't shown up in bloodwork yet, you can feel things brewing. So that's another thing that I love about. I related you could pick it up in the early stages when much easier to reverse, then if it travels through six stages of a disease processing becomes a full blown disease. This one of the things you point out, and you hear a lot, you know, there's so much confusion now, and I myself have read Sony books recently by somebody doctors about diet and thyroid, and then I read yours in the mix, and it's like good Lord. People are getting pretty what's the right word narrow and and eliminating all kinds of foods. You know, if there's elected in the food like the skin on Haret or cucumber and there's these Stockton Gandhi. Who's very well known for this. They plant paradox. And he does people start stop eating those vegetables stop eating grain stuff. And I'm thinking to myself, you know, for millions of years people have relied on rice, and sway bean and millet and certain things that they're saying to eliminate so not to like, and then there's others who say, oh, no, that's what you should eat. And but you make it pretty clear as do they and all these other kinds of diets they're out there now and some people in crazy directions. I think. Into very extreme changes. Is that inflammation is really kind of the bottom line of so much of our illness. Well, it is. But just to go back a little bit. The reason why there are so many conflicting diet circulating around is. Because again, we are fairly new country. And we don't have this long-standing established tradition of holistic medicine, though was happening. Now is that people are theorized. We'll maybe this died good. Or maybe that that's one issue the other issues. This just about everyone that I see in my practice on a daily basis has devastation to the digestive system and the immune system. And what I mean by that is that there are so many pharmaceuticals like antibiotics, birth control pills. Immunizations proton pump inhibitor or the acid reflux medicines and many others. That's totally upset the digestive system by destroying the friendly bacteria in the gut deliver the bone marrow, which is where the immune system cells are made. So. What's happening on top of all that other issue that I just mentioned is that. When people eat foods nowadays, they're reacting to them because their immune system and digestive system are so upset then when I was younger we had say, maybe one immunization nowadays, the children are given Seventy-three and son was much devastation to their gut that most of the children, I see have food sensitivities. Now when I was younger, we had no such thing as a tree nut allergy or see what I'm saying or the immune system back then was fairly normal and autoimmune diseases have increased by five hundred percent since the onset of all these pharmaceuticals. So so layered on top of the fact that we're a new tradition. We don't really know what a good diet is. And in fact, we have one of the worst diets in the world in this country with all the process frozen leftover foods on top of that we have weak digestion now from the overuse of the pharmaceutical though that people were thinking. In reverse. They're saying oh glutinous so bad for you. Oh, dairy is a poison. And the real truth is that people are turning it into poison because their digestive system is so. Compromised. Yeah. Yeah. So that's what I discussed that issue in my book. So we've been there before you touch on that, you know, people go running to the store to buy this probiotic without knowing what they're buying our prebiotics, and and without proper guidance as you point out in a naturopathic doctors and others point out. You really do need somebody who can help you do this. I mean, I've seen people try to do cleanses on their own, and you can get really sick. I mean, this you're you're you shouldn't play with this. It's really about doing it properly. So it's done safely. Every issue that you're mentioning now, I will discuss thoroughly in my book and in there. I talk about the fact that every new patient I see has depletion of the friendly bacteria have way of testing, and yet they all tell me that they're taking probiotics after seeing that for the first eight years of my practice. I attended a seminar doctor came from Europe and he brought in a very expensive microscope. And we looked at every probiotic company took two days. And the cultures were dead in every company, and there was only one company that had live culture. So when I contacted them they said that it's very difficult to make a probiotic and keep the cultures live during the processing. So in the beginning, they might have four or five billion cultures or whatever. But as they process it the cultures die. So they ended up writing a book about how to process it correctly. So all these things are things that I have researched. And now, I use my practice. I only use that one probiotic. I instruct the patients, and I teach them if they follow my guidelines, and they let me and I can help them fix their digestion, those food sensitivities go away and then little by little we get them back on track. But what's happening nowadays is what you just said everyone's saying well carbohydrates have a problem a protein animal protein. Why don't we do more plant-based? Why don't we do low five map? Why don't we do know? Gary, and no, so there's basically no food the left, and then when that book came out about electons now, there's no grains or vegetables left either. The ancient India disgust all this five thousand years ago. And that's what I talk about in my book, and they said that every vegetable has a problem associated with it. But if you cook the vegetables, the problem goes away, so for example, green leafy vegetables like kale charts. Spinach have accelerate acid in them. But if you cook it, most of it evaporates outs announce fine. They said toast, the lentils before you cook them, toast them. They didn't have the words fight Tate's electons back then, but they knew that you had to kind of preach hosts them to help make them more digestible. So they wouldn't give you gas right or you soak them overnight. So they knew all this and IRA vague is kind of like the science of what do you need to do to this food to help it in yourself to prevent side effects from the food. And and so many other things what happens to the physical channels when it comes in. And so all these things I will discuss in my book. Because no one has ever talked about these things they are so common in Veda. But the problem in America is that data's fairly new here. And some of the books that I've read by the doctors coming from India, and they're lovely doctors. And there so intelligent. They they have a hard time translating from the sanskrit. So I was determined to make this palatable to the American where most of the books I pick up, and I tried to read them I have to put them down because I don't understand what they're saying. So I can imagine that the lay person can't understand them either. So I I set out to make this book palatable to not only the lay person make it easy enough to understand. But also, the season practitioners are going to learn how to fix this irate and their patients because I can see that they themselves are not understanding this epidemic, and what to do about it. Because it's fairly new since we've taken so many pharmaceuticals and exposed ourselves to so many types of toxins that would upset the thyroid function. So, you know, it's interesting I have hyper thyroid, which I'm overcoming, and it started after I got a vaccine hadn't gotten since I was a child. Okay. Tell us. They wait. They gave me a tetanus pertussis. I had a choice of tetanus diphtheria or her test. This for us. I went all right. I'll go with whooping cough. Maybe I'll meet a baby. And it'll be helpful talk to us about. Why? Okay. So what happened was that two things?.

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"tree nut allergy" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

True Crime Brewery

12:07 min | 2 years ago

"tree nut allergy" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

"And their life together, and Shannon was shot because his seemed to be so sudden so out of nowhere Pepe thing. Yes. So she cancelled the gender reveal party that she had planned for the following Saturday in the family flew back to Colorado on August, seventh. And Chris slept in the basement. The couple talk the next day, Chris agreed to counseling and also she planned trip to Aspen for them for the weekend of August seventeenth to the nineteenth, which I don't know how they afforded that. But that's a whole other story getting into their we are rookery so unorganised tenth Shinhan left for her work trip to Arizona. So they get back on the seventh and on the tenth. She's good a business trip. And while they're her friends who also worked for thrive who just the company she worked for said. She was not herself. She seemed to be said and preoccupied now for those she talked with she said that her marriage was in trouble. And she was confused about the situation. And she wanted out loud of Chris could have been having an affair Jesus. That's the first thing. I would have thought of if I mentioned answer shoes and all the stuff is going on. He must be having an affair. Well, apparently to one of our friends. She said, no he wouldn't have affair because he had no game. So she didn't think he would cheat. She said, but she did check his charges on his credit card. So maybe she does think it's possible shouldn't think cheap. But just in case, maybe I'll check this credit card receipt. Well, I mean one other red flag to me that really sticks out as he'd lost like forty five pounds. He was all buff into working out. That's usually a sign when you try and fix yourself up that there's somebody else you're interested. It no kidding. Well, the other thing grew to see that one of the science that your husband's having an affair as it. He comes home after work and takes shower. Yeah. That's another thing. Anyway. So that weekend on Saturday night. Shinhan looked at the charge cards from her trip in Arizona and saw that Chris charged over sixty dollars from a place called the lazy dog saloon place back home where he was Chris told Shannon that he was going to Colorado Rockies game with some guy friends he'd gotten a baby. Sitter for the girls any left the house from five thirty PM to ten thirty pm Shinhan after she read this charge online. I imagined. She texted him in. Esta 'bout the charge press said he had ordered, salmon and a beer, but Shinhan went online and looked at the menu. And she saw that his Bill should have been about twenty bucks. And she also questioned how late he got home that night. Not by any of this stuff from her husband. I don't think. So. No who says, yeah, I went out and had dinner, and I had salmon and a beer, and she goes online says your fucking live. Well, I mean, she was also the one in charge of the money for the most part. So I don't think it was that unusual for her to keep track of his charges. But she was definitely questioning this one. There's no doubt. No kidding. So Chris that she had returned from the trip early that morning. August thirteenth a little before two because the flight had been delayed and the co dropped her off. Had her house just before two. And then Chris claimed that he woke up at four in the morning to get ready for work. He said he woke up, and they had an emotional conversation about the relationship and they discuss selling in house and filing for divorce. I guess it would be an emotional conversation share. And he did that it was an argument. He said they've been discussing a separation for several weeks. And he said that they talked about thirty or forty minutes that morning when he left for work at five forty five. He said she was sleeping. So Kris told the officer several times that he had left the garage door open when he left for work and that he got an alarm on his phone around twelve forty that afternoon notifying him that the garage door was open. But Nicole when her and her son arrived said that the garage door was shut images desk something. Okay. So if I'm not sure we don't have any kind of app that would tell us our garage doors open. Do we? Yeah. If the alarm goes off, it'll say the stores open, okay. All right. So if we do that how come she left for work at quarters six he didn't get an alarm until twelve noon. They left the door open. It would tell you that as soon as you set the alarm that you've left the garage door open. Exactly. Yeah. Nobody's believing this stuff or you're right. That's a good thing you pointed that out though, that's true. So Chris went to work in an oil well location job site in order to check on. It is alone. There he worked for Anadarko Petroleum Corporation where he is an operator working on oil wells and Queant. So he told police this Shannon had planned to spend the day with the kids at a friend's house. But it didn't know the name of the friend. He said, the Shannon's disappearance was really I've normal behavior. And he said that he blamed himself for her leaving because he believed it was the result of their divorce conversation was a divorce or separation. I talked about party. Yes. Right. Selling the house and partying and probably divorcing. So Chris was asked by police to check his Bank accounts for any activity. But he said that he couldn't log on because Shannon handled all the finances and he didn't have the log. Sounds like our house. No, it doesn't know. You forget the law, but you have it. Yeah. Yeah. He also didn't know what credit cards Shinhan head. He did agree to call their Bank to get the information. One other thing he didn't know as where she kept her passport. So he doesn't seem to know much about things were said he should since pretty clueless. Yeah. Almost like he was a child in the house and not a partner. Excellent point. Yeah. I think that's a good observe -ation. So August thirteenth would have been the girls. First day back there preschool had outfits picked out for the occasion. But eight fifteen that morning Chris called the school until them that the girls would not be attending because they're thinking of moving away. I think that's very odd. Isn't it? Even more. I'd he then asked they aren't there are they? Do you think about that? He was confused. Why did he say that? I think he was using it to help his alibi. It didn't though it hurts. I know it didn't. But if he's thinking that they should be at school. How do you explain your family's missing that you call that morning and said the kids wouldn't be there that means you knew so that's a dead giveaway. Well, who wasn't thinking clearly well and part of what I read is that he would have had to pay about five hundred dollars that day to pay the week in advance. And he didn't have the money to do that your report he texted Shannon's phone around seven forty AM anti sent some text later, but he never reached out to anyone ever, friends or co-workers. And you never went home to check when she didn't respond to anything he called her phone at eight twenty five AM with no response. Obviously also on that day. Chris search the internet for the lyrics to. Talich a song called battery. The lyrics include smashing through. The boundaries lunacy has found me cannot kill the battery cannot kill the family. Awful just gives me chills. Pretty weird shit. Yeah. He told police that he and Shannon had fallen out of love with each other. But he denied that. He was seeing anyone else Shinhan friends and family reported that Chris and Shanon had a really good marriage. That Chris was a caring husband and most of them thought that everything was good. Then when Chris found out Shannon was pregnant with their third child. They did say that Chris didn't seem as excited as they thought. He would be weren't, you know, the video we what when when she told him that she's pregnant she had on the T shirt. Yes. Who soon appropriate then he thinks I didn't think so are fully was fine. His seemed to be excited. Let seemed fake to me. He didn't go over and hugger anything unless we couldn't see that on the video. And it's all interpretation is also that he wasn't acting right to me. Right. Yeah. So his demeanor did seem pretty odd to investigators because he didn't seem really upset or word. Now, he seemed nervous, but he didn't seem concerned about what could be happening with his family. He just seemed kind of unsettled about answering any questions he didn't wanna make eye contact. He kept looking at his phone. But why would you be texting people if your wife's missing wind should be calling people are think he didn't really express any concerns about the girls wellbeing. So even if he's angry with his wife, you think he'd be worried about the girls separate all this out. Even if he and his wife aren't getting along. He still got these two lovely girls, which is a totally separate issue road. So he should be looking for them or worried about them. Yeah. I mean, they both had asthma. The medication was at the house and see see headed tree nut allergy. And our epi pen was left behind. Now. An epi pen is something that should always be with the child. Absolutely something like that. You have exposure to the nuts. Go into NFL axis. You gotta have adrenaline the epi pen. Ain't how much time. Do you have to get that shot before someone could die minutes? It's not not like, okay. Let's drive home for the next hour. I know that so pretty urgent they should depending on the degree of allergy. They should that be pin with him at all times won't even with asthma. You need to have your rescue inhaler or nebulizer something because that can be deadly as well. And be all right. Let's take a short break here for our sponsors. Let's I neither rest. Okay. This is such a horrible case. It is. So let's talk about some nice sponsorship things in it. Okay. Today's show sponsored by ADT real protection when it comes to something as important as your family safety, you deserve real protect. And from ADT for me real protection means the nation's number one smart home security provider is standing by. And there for you. Whenever you need them. Real protection means having a safe and smart home with everything from video doorbells surveillance, cameras smart locks lights carbon monoxide and smoke detectors in a system. That's actually custom designed to fit your lifestyle and sending coastal automations to do things. 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"tree nut allergy" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

07:27 min | 2 years ago

"tree nut allergy" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Without further ado, your back from the meetings. But it didn't you didn't have to attend the meetings to get wind of what was going on in the world of peanut allergy. And before we get into the actual research because it continues to happen when I talk about. And just today, I'm telling my son who's in and. Break. Boy, you know, undergraduate graduate education thirty one years of age, and I mentioned we're going to talk about your new research in peanut allergies. And he's like what's the big deal about peanut allergies? So people get onto planes. There's a passenger who's at risk now. There's no other algae does not like if you have a milk allergy. They don't stop serving milk or I don't know. Gluten and they don't they don't not serve pretzels. There's something that's kind of unique. And the question is what's the reason is it hype is it real? But there seems to be some way in which peanuts had been distinguished as if there was an infectious. I would call hyper vigilant, and I don't know what that terminology is. And if it exists in allergy that makes something so much more where people are so much more sensitized or or the sensitivity range is so wide that you'd have to have kind of special attention, but I wanna get into that before he actually got into the breaking news. Well, thanks, first of all, thanks for asking me to be on the show. Again, look forward to. Your listeners callers calling in with questions and to answer your question about why are we so sensitized to the prevalence in the severity of peanut allergy and part of it is because of the news media, and the fact that there's been a lot of reports of very severe deaths. Diverse fear reactions, including deaths of people who either didn't know they had a peanut allergy. They had one who had an accident. But unfortunately for children or patients who have food allergy. If you have a a true milk allergy or a shellfish allergy or a tree nut allergy or another type of sensitivity, you could have just as severe reaction life threatening reaction if you accidentally ingests that same protein, so peanut is a severe reaction for certain patients, but milk can be we've seen, unfortunately, we've had patients sue. You've had life threatening reactions to milk, and and even a death in fact in a a student at one of the local colleges of about ten years ago when they accidentally had something that was a contaminant and did not have their epinephrine auto injector with them. So one of the things we do recommend is you do have a life threatening food sensitivity. Always carry your epinephrine auto injector. So peanuts are not distinguished biologically in terms of the nature of the antigen and the body's reaction they're just one in a list of many, well, they do frequently caused sensitivity but a little bit higher prevalence. Then trina. Particularly in children a little bit higher prevalence than milk and egg in adults. It really it. Really? Just depends on. You know, your sensitivity. I, unfortunately, I think part of the reason we've seen this upsurge of peanut allergy in our community is because about ten years ago ten plus years ago. Now, it's been the academy pediatrics and the allergy societies both made recommendations to reduce the risk for peanut allergy avoid eating peanuts for at least two to three years of age, and then you can start eating peanuts. And unfortunately, we now know that's totally the wrong recommendation that the new recommendations are to institute or expose your child to peanut protein when they're six months of age, and that will help them build a tolerance. So when the children are exposed to the different allergens early. They tend to develop a tolerance and don't develop true allergy. So we've kind of gone full circle. And now we're recommending give the children to food even when they're six months of age. So if is is it the most prevalent food allergy in in young children will not really in fact, we see more milk and egg allergy in very very young children and infants but frequently they grow out of the milk and egg allergy so the most common in the young young children in the infants is the milk and egg as they get older than we see more peanut allergy also trained allergy, and then you get into excuse me fish and shellfish as as we get older and his NFL axis that much more prevalent for peanut allergy sufferers, and it is for milk or egg. Probably you're right. I would say that we do see more episodes of NFL access to the peanut than we do for milk renege. Although again. Could happen. But. They're going to grow out of the milk and egg allergy, and that's you know, fortunate and for those not familiar with that term NFL axis is the severe life threatening allergic reaction in which the outpouring of chemicals from the body as a result of the reaction can drop the blood pressure can literally lead to death. And so the process that that's called NFL axis. And so if you're not familiar with the term, all right? And so with any of these allergies again, the epi pen. So it's interesting to me, and I don't know I was on a plane recently. And so this afternoon, I don't know why I fly a lot but has happened to me. It seems like an inordinate amount of time that a patient lost consciousness, so technical term is syncope passing out. And typically you want to know if they're a diabetic and had low blood sugar various things, but the kids they now have on planes. It's no longer just like they have, you know, a little jar of aspirin and the stethoscope from nineteen twelve they have these complete kits. But I didn't ask you. Wasn't important for this patient, if they have epipens, and do, you know, if they have that depends on pines now, you know, I think some of the planes. Do I'm not sure that it's a requirement from the FAA. But but fortunately, I've never been in a situation where I've had to ask, you know, a flight attendant because a patient needed one anybody knows I'd love to know if it's now, and we can start a delta because there are local airline. But you know, it's interesting I didn't come up at the time. But I was amazed. So there's IV fluid. So that you can hang sailing. You can hang you. Can you can have this dextrose d fifty fluid so for somebody who's blood sugars very low there is anti nausea medicine. There's all kinds of stuff in there that I had no idea they now had on planes. All right moving on. So the peanut allergy is a profound severity. There's a huge awareness of it and something very significant change in just this past week. Now, the news all came out because it was released at the national meeting as often happens in many fields. Sometimes the media gets. It before it gets to the doctors. And they start reading about it before you actually hear the presentation. But we're going to go to break when we come back. We're going to hear about what this breakthrough news was related to peanuts. Stay with us. Who rake area WSB twenty four hour traffic center. Crashing Clayton county, seventy five northbound passports Parkway to thirty-seven still has you're.

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"tree nut allergy" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"tree nut allergy" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"I'll just talk futures are higher as traders celebrate a divided congress. That means say lower likelihood of laws getting passed. That's usually a market-friendly scenario right now SAP gaining twenty one points. Nasdaq futures up sixty eight Dow futures rising one hundred sixty two United Airlines plans to operate most of its long distance international routes with one fewer flight attendant, according to a memo from an executive the changes expected to take it back in February. It's a bid to keep costs in line with those of United's US rivals. American Airlines is making move to help people who suffer from peanut and tree nut allergies. They can board flights early. So they can wipe down areas where they will sit to avoid potential exposure to allergens SOB futures up twenty business reports at eight and thirty eight past the hour. I'm Andrew O'day, Bloomberg business on WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty WBZ news time, eight thirty nine back down to our coverage of the midterm elections. A successful line for. Democrats across the bay state. Democrats Suzanne bomb has been reelected. As state auditor, the energy an excitement across the whole Commonwealth at the polling places was just amazing Massachusetts voters made a positive statement at a time, a great national unease and democrat, Rachel Rollins is now the state's first African American woman elected to district attorney and the first female DA in the history of Suffolk County. I want to say that in this election. You've spoken loudly. And clearly you've demanded an end to the status quo to the top on crime policies that have resulted in mass incarceration. Taking a look at election results around the region in New Hampshire incumbent, Republican Chris new won. The gubernatorial race democrat, Chris Pappas took the first house district and democrat and Custer kept her seat in the second district in Maine democrat Janet Mills won the governor's race, independent Angus king handily won re election to the US Senate Democratic incumbent Kelly Pingree keeps her seat in Maine's first congressional district. The race for the second district is still too close to call Rhode Island's democrat Senator Sheldon Whitehouse has won reelection and democrat Gina Raimondo has been real been reelected as governor in Connecticut. The governor's race. They're still too close to call picking up a few seats in the Senate, thus far President Trump has tweeted tremendous success overnight. Thank you to all. But Democrats have won a house majority capturing the seats needed to break the Republicans eight year, hold on the house. We take a look now with correspondent bills him for the question remains whether Nancy Pelosi will be the speaker in the. Newhouse cure will be talking about that in the future. In the meantime, it will be a lame duck congress. What happens over the next month and a half? What will they try to do chances? Are they will try to get through another tax cut that has been talked about by the president for middle income Americans other than that not a whole lot will be done and get set for gridlock because the Democrats in control of the House Republicans in control of the Senate, President Trump scheduled to hold a press conference at the White House at eleven thirty this morning. You can hear that live right here on WBZ NewsRadio a record setting night for women in politics. There will now be more than one hundred thirteen women serving in congress out of the twenty eight new female, representatives twenty-seven or Democrats meaning women also represent two thirds of the district that flipped democratic. That group includes the youngest woman ever elected to congress, New York's twenty nine year old Alexandria, oh, Cossio Cortez. Stay with WBZ throughout the day will come. Continue to follow races and issues that have yet to be determined. And remember you can tune in any time and listen to us anywhere by downloading the iheart radio app. Changing gears to sports members of the Red Sox still celebrating their World Series championship. But Mookie Betts may have one of the more tamer celebrations taking place because it will have to keep his voice down. Adam Kaufman, pseudo explain this new baby in the house Red Sox superstar outfielder, Mookie Betts and his girlfriend brianna Hammonds welcomed their first child into the world yesterday a daughter that's posted Instagram never knew what unconditional love meant. Or how it felt until I met? This little Princess November six two thousand eighteen is a day. I'll never forget. If you're wondering, we don't know the name just yet quite a couple of weeks for bets he won his third straight gold glove. He's a finalist for American League most valuable player and the odds on favorite to win the award. And as we know that's won the World Series for the first time eleven days ago, even punctuated game five clincher with his first career playoff Homer to. Hi..

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"tree nut allergy" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

04:47 min | 3 years ago

"tree nut allergy" Discussed on WTVN

"Southwest Airlines regarding my upcoming travel to Las Vegas on Wednesday Travel notice as of August I we will no longer serve peanuts to. Create a, welcoming environment for customers with peanut related allergies so I. Can't take peanuts but I can take a Horno you can take peanuts they won't serve you peanuts Why What would they do if, I if they found me eating peanuts on the, plane. Nothing. Nothing if you brought him unless you started smearing them on somebody who had a peanut, allergy you're just not gonna. Lift the whole point is to keep the peanuts off the. Plane you think they wouldn't say a word to me if I just brought my, own but why would they Well. It seems counter counter productive doesn't I agree no doesn't it. Man I kind of agree with that only because like I think I should be, able to have my Sergey, and. You walk down the aisle with the snack tray, and you were, like would you like some, snacks and we. Have Honey roasted peanuts we, have cookies Akers etc okay great I would like some. Peanuts I would like whatever or I'm sorry I have. A. Peanut allergy but thank, you I'll have this crackers instead and I'm sitting on the other side of the going none for me flight? Attendant, eyebrow at my own peanuts right and I'm sitting there. You might think that you're sitting there your. Peanuts, who they don't want me to have peanuts on the? Plane, no they don't want to serve. You peanuts. On, the point they. Don't wanna be responsible for your allergy yeah but aren't they responsible if they knowing if they live How does that, affect someone else's allergy you're not allergic to peanuts the. Way you're allergic to pollen is not the smell there. Are. Peanut dust can actually, cause people thought spreading the pita dust around like he's some sort of weird tin I think everything's fine believe? Me, I think southwest keep serving peanuts just saying for consistency. Sake isn't there a thing there I mean. I, don't know how they would you mean continuity not consistency There's, a level of incontinence. In regards. To this policy I, mean, really, an regarded that to. You anybody who has been, RG could also have a. Tree nut allergy and if you brought? On a bag of trail mix yeah who's to say you know what I mean. The only thing I say is that if at some point they find the people are allergic to the Cynthia cinnamon. Cookies that they serve. On the. South west planes and they stopped serving those will I'm gonna, ROY raise holy heck those? Cookies are, good so people were treated allergies don't go to? Baseball games I don't I'm not saying that I'm just saying. Same with, peanut allergies I mean people go. To baseball games the only time I've known people who've had peanut, allergy's the only time I've ever seen it affect them. As. When they've actually, ingested the peanut when they've? Been rain one supposedly though there are people that are like you know they the dust or something like that like caused him great distress and whatever and it's the, same thing so I. Don't know. I don't, have that, problem, neither, do I we all. Remember from the ballgame keep, your peanuts away from me I don't. Care if I ever get back And we all remember that classic yeah What's your Archie story a bronze Archie statue has been erected. To honor the way before you finish I've been waiting for this story for two weeks because I've seen the headline that Archie, gets a statue and I don't know and you're going. To give us the answer in second if it's a statute of the comic book character Archie bunker or I can't wait to find out who. Aren't you Griffin or the Archie. Griffin. I didn't, even, think about. That okay go ahead Jack, we're, excited we're, waiting with baited breath Meredith New Hampshire a lifestyles bronze statue of a red haired freckled faced Archie Andrews no greeting visitors at the New Hampshire town in honor of a local man who drew the comic book character, and his, group of wholesome teenage friends Bob Montana illustrated Archie Betty Veronica and jug head from nineteen forty two. Until his death in nineteen seventy five he lived for thirty, five years in the town of Meredith which is a town of about six thousand residents in. The heart of the state's lakes region the statue Archie sitting on. A Park bench was commemorated several weeks ago now because cutting the story in Meredith community park to coincide with the town's two hundred and fiftieth anniversary Ma Bob Montana brought the Archie Andrews, character to, life when he drew the first Archie comic strip while renting a cottage on lake Waukesha in nineteen. Forty two that was my least favorite of the arches I'm, Sarah there's also the band the Archie wasn't that a band featuring Archie and Betty and Veronica. Yes was it yes it was Yeah it was. Related to the cartoon in the congress thing. Sugar sugar. Sugar oh well like, that song and then Archie also spring forth another band what Josie. And, the pussycats? L., let's right From that that's okay fair enough All right let's hit a. Break, here when we.

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"tree nut allergy" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"tree nut allergy" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"So here's what it is it is pizza crust made out of cauliflower and has also herbs in it and it's just cheese it sounds like you guys this cheese pizza it was a frozen lakes cooked it up served it it was delicious and it wasn't it was it the crossed was like urbi tasting you couldn't really tastes the cauliflower per se but you also not tastes dead sure it was there but the sauce was st the cheese was great it was just like a wonderful cheese pizza now you could eat the entire pizza for less than five hundred calories nice so i think if you're someone that wants to eat frozen pizza sometimes and don't we all we also in a good alternative i would also feed it to my kids because they would not know that it's cauliflower he would have no idea well and what's fine about that is there are a lot of people who deal with like the gluten free thing or in our case um i always like to trial turn it if pizza crust yeah but a lot of them have allman flour and my daughter has a tree nut allergy so so we're not able to do anything with nuts of i think the cauliflower so fun because then you are free from the nazis it's wonderful and it tastes like again i just went by this because it tasted good said to my husband in on a friday night when we're at home instead of having lake in all the jacks pizza which i also do love why would ethos it was very very tasty though recognise boy all yes and boy louisiana a start they're getting a little gourmet and there are some good ones that are coming by we'll talk about that at another day so elizabeth what is your second recommendation okay my socket who hour two after i just said my daughter has a train at allergy i'm going to recommend something with nuts and at but this is for coffee so she doesn't have it so i don't know if you've tried these little not pods have you heard of these have his own them anywhere okay so um i'm a big fan.

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"tree nut allergy" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:05 min | 4 years ago

"tree nut allergy" Discussed on KOMO

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