Monologue Dr. Wallach starts the show discussing ways for people to "recession-proof" their lives. Outlining the various financial and tax benefits of owning a home-based business. Asserting that multiple income streams are important in a down-turn economy. Pearls of Wisdom Billy Graff and Dr. Wallach discuss a news article regarding the measles outbreak of 2006 and how new figures show the vaccine didn't work too well. Callers NO CALLERS TODAY
Stream Live from our website: Download from our website:Download this Podcast here The following is a KSCO commentary. Here is Kay Zwerling: Remember Dennis Miller. He’s a commedian who has a show called Dennis Miller Live on HBO. He’s also a weekly guest on the Bill O'Reilly show. Although he is not Jewish, he recently had the following incisive observations about the Middle East situation.Because of its length, I left out some of his remarks. I am Jewish, and care intensely about Israel’s survival. Kudos to Dennis for his straightforward facts. Much of this is on the internet, but not everyone has access to it, and I believe everybody should hear it. So, here’s Dennis ? A brief overview of the situation is always valuable, so as a service to all Americans who still don?t ?get it? I now offer you the story of the Middle East in just a few paragraphs, which is all you really need, so here goes ? The Palestinians want their own country. There’s just one thing about that. There are no Palestinians. It’s a made-up word. Israel was called Palestine for 2000 years. Palestinians sounds ancient, but it’s really a modern invention. Before the Israelis won the land in the 1967 war, Gaza was owned by Egypt, the West Bank was owned by Jordan, and there were no Palestinians. As soon as the Jews took over and started growing oranges as big as basketballs, what do you know - say hello to the Palestinians weeping for their deep bond with their lost land and nation. So for the sake of honesty, let’s not use the word Palestinian anymore to describe these delightful folks who dance for joy at all events until someone points out that they?re being taped. Instead, let’s call them what they are, ?other Arabs who can?t accomplish anything in life and would rather wrap themselves in the seductive melodrama of eternal struggle and death. How about this then? Arabs are adjacent Jew haters. OK - so the adjacent Jew haters want their own country. No, they don?t. They really could have had their own country any time in the last 30 years, when Israel became a nation, but if you have your own country you have to have traffic lights, garbage trucks, Chambers of Commerce, and worse, you actually have to figure out some way to make a living. That’s no fun. They want what all the other Jew haters in that region want - Israel. They also want a big pile of dead Jews, of course. That’s where the real fun is. But, mostly they want Israel. Why? For one thing, trying to destroy Israel or the Zionist entity as their textbooks call it for the last 50 years has allowed the rulers of Arab countries to divert the attention of their own people away from the fact that they are the most illiterate, poorest and backward on God’s earth. It makes me roll my eyes every time one of our pundits waxes poetic about the great history and culture of the Muslim mid east. Unless I?m missing something, the Arabs haven?t given anything to the world since algebra ? and by the way, thanks a lot for that one. As you know, left to themselves in a world of peace, the worst Jews would do to people is to debate them to death. Mr. Bush, God bless him, is walking a tight rope. I understand that with vital operations in Iraq and others, it’s in our best interest as Americans to try to stabilize our Arab allies as much as possible. However, in any big story strategy there’s always a danger of losing moral weight. We?ve already lost some after September 11th. Our President told us and the world he was going to root out all terrorists and the countries who supported them. Beautiful. Then the Israelis, after months and months of having the equivalent of an Oklahoma City every week, and then every day, start to do the same thing we did, and what do we dO' We tell them to show restraint. So much for our leaders? double standards.Please feel free to pass this along to a friend. Walk in peace. Be happy. Have a wonderful life.And to you, Dennis Miller, kudos again for your honest and blunt interpretations. For KSCO and KOMY, this is Kay Zwerling. Copyright 2008
Dr. Wallach starts the show discussing ways for people to "recession-proof" their lives. Outlining the various financial and tax benefits of owning a home-based business. Asserting that multiple income streams are important in a down-turn economy.
Pearls of Wisdom
Doug Winfrey and Dr. Wallach discuss a two news articles regarding doctors in trouble due to drug mistakes. The first doctor has been arrested on involuntary manslaughter charges for over prescribing the muscle relaxant Soma. The second doctor both administered a drug incorrectly and actually administered the wrong drug.
Lois's husband is suffering from several health challenges all related to osteoporosis.
Jill has a chronically recurring sty in her eye.
Terry has questions concerning her own morbid obesity and has questions concerning her adopted son that was born to a heroin addict.
Dr. Wallach starts the show discussing ways to create multiple income streams to help "recession-proof" the lives of people. Doc also mentions the importance of being prepared for disasters such as earthquakes, floods, storms, fires and pandemics.
Pearls of Wisdom
Doug Winfrey and Dr. Wallach discuss a news story regarding a recent meeting hosted by the WHO (World Health Organization). Experts there agreed that the possibility of a pandemic from the avian flu is still possible. In fact the major concensus was that the probability is growing and is most likely only a matter of time.
LeVan has questions concerning hypertension, heart palpatations and joint pain.
Connie is a 42 year old woman with fertility problems.
Dr. Wallach starts the show discussing the importance of being prepared for impending disasters such as severe storms, earthquakes,fires and pandemics such as the bird flu. Asserting that people should have plentiful supplies of their Youngevity and Drink ACT products as well as water, food and medical supplies.
Pearls of Wisdom
Doug Winfrey and Dr. Wallach discuss a news story concerning a report that contains guidelines for hospitals regarding patient treatment during disasters. These guidelines specifically state that during a severe pandemic or other disaster certain patients should NOT be given lifesaving care. Those patients include the following;All people over the age of 85,those with severe trauma from car accidents or shootings, severely burned over the age of 60, those mentally impaired such as those with Alzheimer's and those with chronic disease like advanced heart failure, lung disease or poorly controlle diabetes.
James has questions concerning chronically dry skin.
Susan lists several Youngevity products she is currently taking and asks Dr. Wallach for additional items she may need to complete her dietary program.
Fara has a three year old child with what she believes is allergies to dairy products.
Dr. Wallach discusses ways for people to "recession-proof" their lives. Outlining the various financial and tax benefits of owning a "home-based" business.
Pearls of Wisdom
Doug Winfrey and Dr. Wallach discuss a recent study that found computer keyboards and mouses can have up to 5 times the amount of bacteria as a toilet seat. The researchers found bacteria such as E. coli and staph that can cause severe health problems.
Pam has questions concerning two friends that suffer from allergies.
Sharon has a Border Collie that has been diagnosed with hypothyroidism.
Dr. Wallach starts the show discussing the concept of "recession-proofing" your life. Asserting that with rising fuel costs even getting a second job may be counter productive. Outlining the various financial and tax benefits of owning a Youngevtiy home-based business.
Pearls of Wisdom
Doug Winfrey and Dr. Wallach discuss two recently published research studies that claim to have found genes that increase the risk of osteoporosis. Doc strongly disagrees contending that osteoporosis is the result of nutritional deficiencies.
Pam has questions concerning poor digestion.
Paul asks Dr. Wallach about his opinion on cooking with high heats compared to cooking with lower temperatures.
Ann asks Dr. Wallach if there are preservatives that are safer than nitrates and nitrites.
Dr. Wallach starts today's show discussing the importance of "recession-proofing" your life. Outlining the various ways to create additional income streams and tax benefits.
Pearls of Wisdom
Doug Winfrey and Dr. Wallach discuss two different news storys concerning medical mistakes. The first a man with a fever and cough was given multiple doses of a sedative. He now requires around the clock medical care for the rest of his life. The second story regards a man who sustained a broken femur and skull and was recovering from his injuries in the hospital. He then contracted a bacterial infection and died at the age of 27.
Ellen has a friend diagnosed with a ganglion cyst on his big toe.
Janie reads a friend's blood test results to Doc for his opinion.
Amahn is suffering from chronic fatigue and wants Dr. Wallach to give him a nutrional plan.
Nurse Joanne Conaway fills in for Dr. Wallach. Joanne starts todays show discussing IBS (irritable bowel syndrome). Asserting that many people who suffer from IBS don't even know they have a medical condition.
Pearls of Wisdom
Doug Winfrey and Joanne Conaway discuss an upcoming study in the UK. Researchers are seeking 150 postmenopausal women under the age of 70 to eat chocolate bars everyday. The chocolate is a special concoction containing high levels of flavonoids known to affect heart health in a positive way. The scientists will check the women's heart functions 5 times over the course of a year. Checking for positive changes in heart health.
Hanna has a two month old baby that is having an adverse reaction to polio vaccine.
Diane has been diagnosed with hypothyroidism.
Ester has two questions the first concerning a friend diagnosed with macular degeneration. Second she has a question regarding her own hernia.