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From November 24, 2011, some episodes were recorded at the Ice House Comedy Club in Pasadena, California, also known as the Deathsquad Studios. Since November 27, 2012, the majority of episodes have been recorded in a private studio that Rogan acquired in Woodland Hills, Los Angeles. wikipedia.orgThe Joe Rogan Experience

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Joe Rogan Has COVID, Cancels Show & Admits He's on Ivermectin

TMZ 04 September, 2021 - 03:01am

Along with the announcement was a video, where the comedian said that he was “feeling very weary, I had a headache, and I just felt just run down” after a string of tour dates in Florida. He quarantined from his family, tested positive for COVID, and then “threw the kitchen sink at it, all kinds of meds.” He then proceeded to list said medicine: “Monoclonal antibodies, ivermectin, Z-Pak, prednisone, everything. I also got an NAD drip and a vitamin drip and I did that three days in a row. Here we are on Wednesday, and I feel great.”

Ivermectin, one of the drugs Rogan listed, is not recommended as a treatment of COVID. In fact, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has a page on their website titled “Why You Should Not Use Ivermectin to Treat or Prevent COVID-19.”

In April, Rogan was criticized for comments he made on his “Joe Rogan Experience” podcast when he said, “I’m not an anti-vax person. In fact, I said I believe they’re safe and I encourage many people to take ’em. I just said, I don’t think that if you’re a young, healthy person, that you need it.”

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Longtime UFC commentator and well-compensated podcast host Joe Rogan just took a bruising turn inside his own personal octagon. “I got back from the road Saturday night, feeling very weary,” a Covid-inflicted Rogan said today in a video he posted on social media. “I had a headache. I felt just run-down. “Just to be cautious, […]

Podcaster and comedian said he took ivermectin, which has not been proven to effectively treat the coronavirus

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CNN 04 September, 2021 - 03:01am

Friday Morning Rangers Links

Sportskeeda 03 September, 2021 - 08:00am

Today’s links have been cancelled, due to lack of hustle.

There’s not a lot going on for the 47-86, coming-off-an-off-day Rangers. Understandable, I think.

At The Athletic, Levi Weaver writes about the flashes of good baseball that D.J. Peters has provided lately, with quotes from Peters and from hitting coach Luis Ortiz.

Evan Grant discusses the importance of IKF showing a little something here in the last month of the season.

And T.R. Sullivan has part one of his look back at the career of Rangers Hall of Famer Pudge Rodriguez.

Aaaaand that’s about it for today. The Rangers start up a series with the Angels tonight with Shohei Ohtani starting for LAAAAAA. First pitch at 8:38, for some reason. Happy Friday!

Friday Morning Rangers Links

Futurism 03 September, 2021 - 08:00am

Today’s links have been cancelled, due to lack of hustle.

There’s not a lot going on for the 47-86, coming-off-an-off-day Rangers. Understandable, I think.

At The Athletic, Levi Weaver writes about the flashes of good baseball that D.J. Peters has provided lately, with quotes from Peters and from hitting coach Luis Ortiz.

Evan Grant discusses the importance of IKF showing a little something here in the last month of the season.

And T.R. Sullivan has part one of his look back at the career of Rangers Hall of Famer Pudge Rodriguez.

Aaaaand that’s about it for today. The Rangers start up a series with the Angels tonight with Shohei Ohtani starting for LAAAAAA. First pitch at 8:38, for some reason. Happy Friday!

A Doctor Explains Why Joe Rogan's Covid Treatment Plan Doesn't Make Any Sense

menshealth.com 02 September, 2021 - 01:36pm

“Folks, do not do this. It is incredibly dangerous."

Varshaki starts with monoclonal antibodies, saying it’s primarily used for people who’ve already contracted Covid, and are at a high risk of hospitalization; it’s a preventative treatment given to keep high-risk patients out of the hospital. (It’s unclear how bad Rogan’s condition got, though he says he “only had one bad day.”)

Monoclonal antibodies are an accepted treatment for people who’ve already contracted the virus, but Rogan then lists Ivermectin, widely discredited as a treatment. Varshaki notes that some people, unable to get prescribed Ivermectin, have started taking animal equivalents. “Folks, do not do this. It is incredibly dangerous,” he says.

Next on Rogan’s list is Z-Pak, a brand name for azithromycin, an antibiotic. As Varshaki explains, that choice is a bit of a head-scratcher: Using an antibiotic (which kills bacteria) to treat a virus (which is not a bacteria) doesn’t make a lot of sense. Rogan may have had an underlying pneumonia, Varshaki suggests, but otherwise using Z-Pak to treat Covid isn’t medically supportable.

Rogan also used Prednisone, a steroid that, Varshaki explains, is mostly used in severe Covid cases to reduce inflammation. Otherwise, he says, prednisone probably won’t help blunt the illness.

Finally, there are vitamins and NAD-IV, which Varshaki lumps together as basically snake oil treatments. “I actually pulled up a website here with NAD therapy,” he says, “and the promises they make are absolutely absurd.” He reads a long list, saying that there’s no evidence for any of the claimed benefits.

Besides being mostly unhelpful, Varshaki explains, Rogan’s “kitchen sink” approach is a problem because it complicates an already complex picture, adding more treatments that can potentially interact in unexpected ways. The best way to combat Covid, he reiterates, is the cutting-edge science we already have—the vaccine.

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