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What All Runners With Kidneys Need to Hear: Dr Sherry Mansour and Dr F Perry Wilson

Run to the Top Podcast | The Ultimate Guide to Running

How many marathon runners have acute kidney damage after they cross the finish line? According to a Yale University study, the answer is a shocking 55%. So if you’ve ever run a marathon, the odds are slightly better than 50% that this has happened to you.  But don’t worry. The damage tends to be temporary, resolving itself after a few days. So we heal, get stronger, and move on. But what if something goes wrong? Dr. Sherry Mansour and Dr. F. Perry Wilson are kidney doctors or nephrologists at Yale, and they share their expertise on running and your kidneys. Dr. Mansour actually led the research on marathon runners and kidney research. They talk to Coach Claire about who is susceptible to acute kidney damage from running, what we can do about it, and what we still need to learn.   They also discuss ibuprofen which can cause kidney issues, and how it can be used safely by runners. They also delve into kidney stones. If you’ve ever had one, you know they are extremely painful. They cover how to minimize the risk of kidney stones and what precautions kidney stone sufferers need to take when running long distances. If you are a runner with kidneys, this is one conversation you don't want to miss! Dr. Sherry Mansour grew up and attended medical school in New York. She graduated in 2010 and received the Highest Academic Achievement Award. She was elected valedictorian of her class and was also inducted into the Psi Sigma Alpha National Osteopathic Scholastic Honor Society. She went on to complete residency training in Internal Medicine at Stony Brook University Medical Center, where she was chosen as chief medical resident. She was inducted into the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society, Stony Brook Chapter in 2012. She then joined Yale New Haven Hospital in 2014 as a Clinical Research Nephrology fellow. She also completed her Master of Science from the Yale School of Public Health in 2019 with a focus on Chronic Disease Epidemiology. Since her arrival at Yale, Dr. Mansour has been working on identifying novel repair biomarkers in blood and urine to better predict long-term kidney and heart disease outcomes after AKI, and improve overall patient care. Her K-23 proposal is focused on understanding the role of a vessel repair pathway, known as the Angiopoietin pathway, in graft outcomes after deceased donor kidney transplantation. A link to Dr. Mansour’s full biography including links to her research and publications is: Yale Medicine Profile - Dr Sherry Mansour Dr. Wilson grew up in Connecticut, before attending Harvard College where he graduated with honors in biochemistry. He then attended medical school at Columbia College of Physicians and Surgeons, before completing his internship, residency, and fellowship at the University of Pennsylvania. In 2012, he received a Masters degree in Clinical Epidemiology, which has informed his research ever since. At Yale since 2014, his goal is using patient-level data and advanced analytics to personalize medicine to each individual patient. He is the creator of the popular online course "Understanding Medical Research: Your Facebook Friend Is Wrong" on the Coursera platform. A link to Dr. Mansour’s full biography including links to his research and publications is: Yale Medicine Profile - Dr F Perry Wilson Questions Dr. Mansour and Dr. Wilson are asked:  6:33 Dr Mansour, you did a study a couple years ago at Yale that studied the effects of marathon running on the kidneys.  Can you explain how the study was conducted and what you found? 7:50 So marathon runners have markers like people in the ICU. That sounds horrible. Should we be worried? 8:31 Why do runners suffer from Acute Kidney Injury? Is it unique to running? Do swimmers suffer from this too? 9:23 Sherry, you said that you just run for fitness, so I assumed you would be a marathon runner since you studied the effects of marathon running on kidneys. Can you tell me why you chose to study marathon runners? 10:38 Perry, are you a marathon runner? 10:48 Perry, what questions do you have when it comes to kidneys and running? Have you experienced dehydration? Have you tested your own urine after a race? 12:13 What role does dehydration, your sweat rate, and sodium play into the types of injuries that the kidneys have after endurance racing? 14:28 It’s very difficult and actually not advised to drink the same amount of fluid that you actually lose during a race. What kind of advice would you give for somebody who says, “I know I sweat a lot. How much do I drink? How much salt do I put in my water?” Are these questions that you’ve been able to figure out yet? 16:28 Runners, especially older runners, worry about salt because their doctors say they shouldn’t intake a lot of salt if they have high blood pressure. Or if they have other kidney problems, they might have been advised to be on a low salt diet. How does that play into while you’re exercising? Should you continue to not consume much salt just because you’re supposed to be on a low salt diet? 17:46 Runners hear a lot about ibuprofen. A lot of people call it Vitamin I and take it when they’re feeling sore. Some people even take it before a race so they won’t feel sore, and we as coaches try to advise against this. Can you talk about the link between ibuprofen and kidney injury? 22:08 One of the reasons I wanted to have both of you on the show is because I recently suffered from a kidney stone, something I haven't talked about until today. I’m a healthy, athletic person and did not expect it. It was the worst pain of my life and as an athlete, I'm struggling to find good advice for hydration for kidney stone sufferers.  Perry,  can you give me some advice? 25:00 Through my research I’ve found that kidney stones are fairly common. Is that correct? 25:16 What do kidney stone sufferers have to do as far as exercise goes? I’m absolutely dehydrated at the end of a marathon. Is that more dangerous for me than it would be for someone who doesn’t have a kidney stone history? 26:59 I haven’t heard of people talking about how endurance runners and kidney stones interrelates at all, so I think there’s a lot of people out there that are hungry for this advice. Like I said, that’s why I want to have you guys on the show. So we can still run, we can still get a little dehydrated, but our risk is going to be a little higher is what you’re saying? 28:21 I think most runners now take Tylenol instead of ibuprofen, which hurts our liver instead of our kidneys. There’s also some evidence that Tylenol actually affects your brain and makes your perception of effort go down. So any time there’s something like that, runners are like, “Give it to me. Give it to me.” 29:25 Acute Kidney Injury from marathon running is typically temporary.  When do we have to worry that something could be wrong and damage could become chronic? 31:17 Have you looked at people who you measured right after the race and then looked at them a few days later to see if the damage was resolved? 32:15 If you could go back and talk to yourself when you started running, what advice would you give? 33:41 Where can listeners connect with you? 34:12 Do you know why students at Yale aren’t allowed to run outside?   Quotes by Dr. Mansour and Dr. Wilson: “This urine really we see in the hospital all the time when patients are in the ICU when their blood pressure is really low so we didn’t think that we would see something similar in runners but that was sort of the main finding that kind of surprised us.” (Dr. Mansour) “I wish I were a runner. Every time I do studies with marathon runners, they’re so inspiring, they’re so dedicated. It’s really a great crowd to be around, but I’m just not like that. I don’t have the stamina.” (Dr. Mansour) “There might not be that much of a correlation between how you feel and what’s going on in your kidneys because I was convinced I was going to see the most terrible stuff based on how I was feeling at the end of that race and my kidneys kind of shrugged it off.” (Dr. Wilson) “A kidney stone is painful but it isn’t going to kill you either, so you have to think about the benefits.” (Dr. Wilson) Take a Listen on Your Next Run Leave a space for libsyn link Want more awesome interviews and advice? Subscribe to our iTunes channel Mentioned in this podcast: Article: Marathons and Kidney Damage: What Runners Should Know Runners Connect Winner's Circle Facebook Community RunnersConnect Facebook page RunnersConnect Focus Classes email Coach Claire Follow Drs. Mansour and Wilson on: Dr. Mansour on Twitter Dr. F Perry Wilson on Twitter We really hope you’ve enjoyed this episode of Run to the Top. The best way you can show your support of the show is to share this podcast with your family and friends and share it on your Facebook, Twitter, or any other social media channel you use. The more people who know about the podcast and download the episodes, the more I can reach out to and get top running influencers, to bring them on and share their advice, which hopefully makes the show even more enjoyable for you!

37mins

24 Mar 2021

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#009 How anyone can become wealthy - Formula revealed with Investor Perry Wilson

Brander - The Podcast with Scott Lancaster

Perry Wilson is a property investor, with fantastic knowledge in the areas of investing, finance and saving. In this episode, we cover all of the above and really get into the depths of how someone can become wealthy starting with a modest income.   Learn more about Perry here: https://www.stupidisthenorm.co.ukAnd his great Youtube Channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8M2RjlaOT1VlSwhhv0PGIA 🎙️Listen to the Brander Podcast with Scott Lancaster on:  Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/just-juice-branding/id1460586714?uo=4Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/66kJPLDKFOOT96V9i10v8DGoogle Podcasts: https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy83NGJkZDBjL3BvZGNhc3QvcnNzStitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/anchor-podcasts/just-juice-brandingBeaker: https://www.breaker.audio/just-juice-brandingAnchor: https://anchor.fm/branderPocket Casts: https://pca.st/50wHOvercast: https://overcast.fm/itunes1460586714/just-juice-brandingRadio Public: https://radiopublic.com/just-juice-branding-G4dQ4O ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖  🚀 Brander Mentorship Programs: https://www.wearebrander.com/mentorship-programs 🧑‍🎓 Learn how to build a powerful brand: https://www.wearebrander.com/learn 🧑‍💻 Get private coaching to build your brand: https://www.wearebrander.com/coaching 🛒 Invest in brand building assets to grow your business: https://www.wearebrander.com/shop ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖  ⚠️Contact Brander⚠️  For Collaborations & Sponsorship ✉️ Email: scott@wearebrander.com  #Brander #Entrepreneurship #Bussiness

58mins

28 Jan 2021

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You Seem Interesting Episode 11: Public Health, Covid-19, & Dr. Perry Wilson

You Seem Interesting

How long will this pandemic last? Is there a way to open schools? What metrics should we care about in reporting? Our guest this week is Yale Medical School's Dr. Perry Wilson who breaks it all down for us. In addition to teaching at Yale, Dr. Wilson also has a Masters degree in Clinical Epidemiology from UPenn. He writes a (timely) public health blog which can be found at www.methodsman.com and he also teaches a free online course called: "Understanding Medical Research: Your Facebook Friend Is Wrong"This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Chartable - https://chartable.com/privacy

48mins

10 Aug 2020

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Coach Perry Wilson | Goalie Coach | OHL Windsor Spitfires | Elite Junior Profiles

Elite Junior Profiles

About Coach Perry Wilson Coach Perry is a goaltending coach/consultant with the Windsor Spitfires hockey club which plays in the Ontario Hockey League (OHL). Wilson worked with the LaSalle Vipers from 2008 to 2015 — and was a member of the 2010 Sutherland Cup championship team. He's also spent time with Hockey Canada. In 2008, Perry became a Can-Fit-Pro Certified Trainer and began a private fitness practice in Windsor, Ontario. Lucky for Essex County, Perry is your go-to-guy for personal fitness! For 14 years Perry coached the University of Windsor Womens’ Hockey Team and has converted his skills as a coach to his fitness training and to his partnership with IN THE ZONE GOALIE SCHOOL (getinthezone.ca). Accolades: - Perry named as a speaker for the 2020 HOCKEY CANADA Virtual Goaltending Symposium - Perry was named goalie consultant for HOCKEY CANADA 2009-2010 for the Women's’ National 22 and under team. - Perry coached the LaSalle Vipers, men’s Junior B and they won the Sutherland Cup (top award). - 2012 U-18 World Championship Czech Republic - 2012 Senior Womens World Championship Burlington Vermont - 2013 Meco Cup Gold Medal https://elitejrprofiles.com/profiles/perry-wilson/ https://elitejrprofiles.com/press-releases/goalie-coach-perry-wilson-named-to-hockey-canadas-goaltending-symposium/ About Elite Junior Profiles Elite Junior Profiles was created by coach Paul Pechmann in partnership with Lane Houk, a marketing and software partner that powers our world-class technology, website and marketing efforts for EJP and our student-athletes using the platform to build a stellar online profile and using it to differentiate themselves in the highly competitive space of junior and college athletics and the college recruiting process. EJP also provides Student-Athlete public relations consulting along with parent/player advisory and mentoring services for those families looking for expert assistance navigating the youth to high school to college process for their student-athlete. EJP Student-Athlete Advisory services are for families who want to avoid the common pitfalls involved in amateur sports and highly competitive endeavors and for those who would like an objective, experienced advisor alongside the family and student-athlete in their development, performance and need to achieve and maintain a healthy school, sport and life balance.

39mins

15 Jul 2020

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Amanpour: Donna Shalala, Donald G. McNeil Jr., Katrín Jakobsdóttir and Dr. F. Perry Wilson

Amanpour

As almost every U.S. state in is now set to lighten lockdown restrictions, America's top infectious disease expert Anthony Fauci testified on Tuesday before the Senate Health Committee. The message: open too quickly and face serious consequences. Donna Shalala, former U.S. Health and Human Services secretary, joins Christiane to digest the hearings. Donald G. McNeil Jr., science and health reporter at the New York Times, talks to Christiane about America's roadmap to recovery, and the politicization of the coronavirus pandemic. Icelandic Prime Minister Katrín Jakobsdóttir explains how her country got the coronavirus under control, without imposing strict lockdown measures, and reflects on her next steps to protect Iceland's economy. And Hari Sreenivasan speaks to world-renowned clinical researcher Dr. F. Perry Wilson about dangers of misunderstanding, and even deliberate misinformation, when politics and medicine collide.To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy

55mins

13 May 2020

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Perry Wilson of Stupid is the Norm (The Financial Series) | #45 | podcast | superb diamond range

Superb Diamond Range

#45 Disclaimer: We are not financial advisors. The content on this podcast and YouTube videos are for educational purposes only and merely cite our own personal opinions.  In order to make the best financial decision that suits your own needs, you must conduct your own research and seek the advice of a licensed financial advisor if necessary.  Know that all investments involve some form of risk and there is no guarantee that you will be successful in making, saving, or investing money; nor is there any guarantee that you won't experience any loss when investing. Always remember to make smart decisions and do your own research! About our guest today Perry of Stupid Is The Norm: We are Perry and Will. Stupid Is The Norm is the brainchild of Perry who has made every financial mistake there is to make. Combine that experience with the geeky prowess of Will, SITN was brought to life across multiple platforms. Together we have created a programme that has brought Perry from bankruptcy, to now being able to invest £1200 + per month. We are normal guys who are doing something extraordinary. And  believe that anyone can become wealthy, regardless of age, ability or education. Which is why we want to show you how. -- 1. Tell me a bit about yourself and what inspired the website, blog and YouTube videos of Stupid is the norm?   2. I can tell by your content that you are trying to inspire the average man/woman to work hard and too save and invest. I note from your videos that you work really hard and allot of hours. Sacrifice is important to achieve your goals?    3. I really like the common sense, fun way you approach getting the message across in your videos do you think this is a good way to spread the message of Financial Freedom?   4. What book, situation, movie/video or friend got you thinking more seriously about your finances?   5. I note from your excellent free PDF book (which is really good highly recommend) that you are a believer in investing in the FTSE 100 do you mainly focus on UK investing or do you also invest Globally?   6. What is your investing strategy?   7. Do you prefer ISA's to Pensions or a mix of both?   8. What are your thoughts about the state pension?   9. Do you think people who earn low or minimum wage with high expenses or debt always delay saving until a future pay rise or winning the lotto and should start now even if it's a small amount each month to begin with?    10. How do you feel about Debt? Obviously allot of people think It's ok to borrow or smash their credit cards.   11. What do you think of property investing?   12. Rent Vs Buy, which do you think makes the most sense?   13. How important do you think it is to develop a savings habit or to pay yourself first?   14. Allot of your content discussing mindset, one of my personal favs is a conversation with an idiot. Most people are living for today and not taking care of business. Like holidays nights at the pub take priority. How easy is it to change your mindset and beliefs?   15. Finally Perry been an absolute pleasure having you on the show. To finish, would you like to mention anything? Also where can my audience find you online?   Please check out Stupid is the Norm:   Website: https://www.stupidisthenorm.co.uk   Twitter: https://twitter.com/stupidisthenorm    ----   Podcast:   https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/superb-diamond-range/id930684983?mt=2 https://podcasts.google.com/?feed=aHR0cDovL3N1cGVyYmRpYW1vbmRyYW5nZS5saWJzeW4uY29tL3Jzcw https://tunein.com/podcasts/Educational/Superb-Diamond-Range-p677627/https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/libsyn-9/superb-diamond-range   Follow on:   https://twitter.com/superbdiamondrahttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCztKXSrR8fC4CbVVJ9aC8_w   Contact the show:   superbdiamondrange@gmail.com

56mins

9 May 2020

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WCS EP 178 - Perry Wilson

The WinCity Sports Podcast

Windsor Spitfires goaltending coach Perry Wilson joins Drake (08:56) at CJAM to chat about his life as a coach, mentor, and more. Perry has a long history of coaching the Windsor Lancers, among various teams and camps. The two discuss Perry's coaching career and where its brought him, competing in Ironman competitions, and training athletes of the future. 

39mins

16 Jan 2020

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Perry Wilson - Why Was I Born?

Six Ways From Sunday

What is the meaning of life?  After listening to some talks by Simon Sinek, it struck Perry that he must have a purpose for existing. Exploring his own personal "Why" brought up lots of great memories and influential lessons learned from his parents during his upbringing.

41mins

21 Feb 2019