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Doctors warn of potentially deadly blood clots in COVID-19 patients

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

0:27 listening | 1 hr ago

Doctors warn of potentially deadly blood clots in COVID-19 patients

"There is growing concern about the connection between corona virus and the blood clots in patients CBS's Dr Tara no rule that says doctors are taking steps to protect patients were learning that this is such a big part of covert nineteen the clotting that using blood thinners has the potential to really impact so many lives from some of these really life threatening complications like stroke and pulmonary embolism some studies indicate about thirty percent of hospitalized code nineteen patients develop

CBS Dr Tara
Rare syndrome possibly linked to COVID-19 is now in Pennsylvania, officials say

KYW 24 Hour News

1:10 listening | 2 hrs ago

Rare syndrome possibly linked to COVID-19 is now in Pennsylvania, officials say

"Health officials say there are now several reports of M. I. S. C. or multi system inflammatory syndrome in children within the state of the centers for disease control says this is a serious condition and it's a complication of covert nineteen currently we are aware of seventeen reports of M. I. S. C. in Pennsylvania nine of those are now confirmed to have been determined actually not to be a case in the remaining six are under investigation had so many health secretary Dr Rachel Levine says there's little information known about the disease but surgeons include persistent fever rash change in skin color swollen lymph nodes red eyes or conjunctivitis abdominal pain we do not know if it is specific to children or if it could also occur in adults we also do not know the specific risk factors or how it is transmitted this is why it is important for parents to be aware of the symptoms of this condition Dr Levine says if parents noticed any symptoms in their children they should contact their health care providers for guidance on what to do next this condition is very similar to callous sake

Pennsylvania Dr Rachel Levine Secretary Abdominal Pain
SpaceX Crew Dragon launch: what to expect from the company’s first human mission to space

Midday News

0:36 listening | 3 hrs ago

SpaceX Crew Dragon launch: what to expect from the company’s first human mission to space

"It's twelve forty at W. C. B. S.'s we think about a new chapter in U. S. spaceflight it's set to take place tomorrow I'm Peter king at the Kennedy Space Center NASA administrator Jim Bridenstine says the launch forecast is improving the weather is about sixty percent favorable for a launch tomorrow which is good news the dynamics of this flight and future flights are different masses the customer but SpaceX is running the mission that includes launch and mission control Bridenstine says NASA can step in if necessary I don't see that being necessary but yes we can we can intervene Peter king's CBS news at the Kennedy

W. C. B. S. Peter King Jim Bridenstine Spacex Nasa Kennedy U. S. Kennedy Space Center Nasa Administrator CBS
Rats may get aggressive due to COVID-19 closures, CDC warns

WBBM Late Morning News

0:35 listening | 3 hrs ago

Rats may get aggressive due to COVID-19 closures, CDC warns

"A pesky problem in Chicago is taking on a new look during the call that crisis the pandemic is shut down a number of restaurants and that means no overflowing dumpsters or garbage cans filled with scraps typically a birthday for road it's last week the CDC warned the business closures have triggered an increase in a rat activity as they become more aggressive in their search for food local exterminator tells the Tribune many of the Norway rats are now popping up in the daytime and traveling in packs in hopes of finding food he says locally that's led to an increase in demand for traps

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Alabama Nears 15,000 COVID-19 Cases, 15 More People Die

Morning Edition

5:00 listening | 5 hrs ago

Alabama Nears 15,000 COVID-19 Cases, 15 More People Die

"Greene Alabama is facing a corona virus crisis right now the state has nearly fifteen thousand confirmed cases about a third of those are from the past two weeks alone according to the state's public health department according to one tractor Alabama is now outpacing forty six other states and the district of Columbia in new cases Dr David thrasher is seeing what this bike looks like first hand well it's a it's pretty tough the numbers in Alabama numbers steadily going up he's the chief of staff at Jackson hospital in the city of Montgomery last weekend when I was on call we sell a hundred forty patients which is twice her normal boy in this time of year well the hospital's per se are are hurting it's gotten so bad that hospitals in Montgomery are sending coronavirus patients out of the county for treatment thrasher says many of the patients are actually young but we have H. skate the surge but out this combat without then just the last three weeks if the situation at Jackson hospital sounds dire that's the story all over the city of Montgomery yesterday only six I see you beds were available across the health system last week one intensive care unit that was available the mayor of Montgomery Stephen Reid says things are at crisis levels at a time when the state has been easing restrictions and may re joins us on the line this morning mayor thanks for the time always a pleasure what are you hearing from hospitals like Jackson hospital in in terms of what they need most in this moment right now what I'm hearing is that they're looking for us to sound the alarm and to let people know we're still middle of a pandemic in that we are in a health crisis and that they're running short on PPVs they're they're running short obviously on beds in that you know the staffs are physically emotionally spent so we have to do our part as as leaders in the community to make sure we get the public to understand this is not over we have not won a battle with Kobe nineteen yet and we have to continue some of the things that we were doing just a couple months ago by staying at home where masked men in public in part to saying all of these sanitary guidelines have been handed down by the CDC have you been seeing people in the city social distancing wearing masks similar or residents taking those precautions I think some are adding some had decided that depended because over in their bid to get back to their normal way of doing things and they're willing to take the risk unfortunately it's not just themselves they put at risk when they do that they put members of the public out there friends family colleagues at risk and certainly our first responders and those medical professionals who also doing you know this a great job have been over the last couple of months is there something that makes your city more vulnerable like where do you think this bike is coming from right now you know we can't point to any one particular place or a flash point if you will I think would would makes us vulnerable is the fact that we have the regional health care center for central Alabama and so we have people that come from as far away as ninety hundred miles to our health care system so we're getting people from everywhere and certainly at the here Montgomery we've had people who again have relaxed their approach to never likes their practices in art here into social guidelines anymore why I know the governor Kay Ivey has has moved ahead with lifting restrictions in the state's despite some concerns that that you've expressed I mean do you have the authority and are you planning to maybe put stricter measures back in place in your city after two hundred and forty percent increase month over month in covert cases we're planning to do whatever we have to do in order to change the string and we have limited authority unfortunately as mayor but there are things that we can do from our main daily mass which we've been encouraging for well over two months making that in into a city ordinance to also maybe looking at other ways to tie the faucet so to speak so we're gonna try to do what we can I've we don't see these numbers change here in the next few days the next few days I mean what what is the process I mean did you have to like go to city council and get then when it's passed and signed and and announce it and get it out there I mean it sounds like you really are a crisis moment where where actions like this might be needed ABS absolutely we we need to go to the council and had a discussion with them but we're prepared to do that we already have some of those discussions and we're watching the numbers each day and we talk with our medical professionals in this community in our hospital CEOs to also get their feedback as well about the ongoing conditions all right again speaking to Steven Reid the mayor of Montgomery Alabama his city and the state of Alabama seeing a real crisis moment as cases of coronavirus have been increasing in

Alabama
Latest COVID-19 developments in Minnesota

Justice and Drew

0:49 listening | 6 hrs ago

Latest COVID-19 developments in Minnesota

"News of Minnesota governor Jim also says that the the restrictions his administration has implemented now in a moment of clarity right to combat the spread a corona virus well let's just have you listened to our both of our less trees governor the things we're putting in place need to get us through until we get a vaccine and I think most of us A. and mostly in the scientific community believe we are going to see subsequent waves of covert nineteen we're going to see changes that go forward for the models are wrong she's a full and so now we're just left with the leadership of making stuff up yeah they're not even talking about models anymore he's just basically making so that the data no longer matters to gov to people like governor

JIM Minnesota
Los Angeles County’s Largest Virus Testing Site Opens at Dodger Stadium

KNX Midday News with Brian Ping

0:44 listening | 1 hr ago

Los Angeles County’s Largest Virus Testing Site Opens at Dodger Stadium

"LA's mayor Eric Garcetti says new drive through testing site that's now open at Dodger Stadium contest up to six thousand people a day three times more than any other site in the county the steps on testing move us closer to re opening up our economy to re embracing the spaces that we miss the flattening the curve and pushing it downward which is our goal in the coming weeks Garcetti says he was tested at the site himself this morning he says the site is it designed to get people in and out faster there will be a big video screens which will show drivers waiting in line how to complete the test Los Angeles county public health is said the county has a goal of testing at least fifteen thousand people per day testing is free and available to everyone but by appointment only

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Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot Announces $56M Funding to Increase Contact Tracing

John Williams

0:24 listening | 1 hr ago

Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot Announces $56M Funding to Increase Contact Tracing

"Lightfoot announcing a new initiative today to help the city slow the spread of the corona virus I'm thrilled to announce a new fifty six million dollar R. F. P. to expand contact tracing in Chicago yes fifty six million dollar eighteen month contact racing program will create six hundred new jobs for more information go to Chicago dot gov slash corona virus

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Red Cross urges halt to cyberattacks on healthcare sector amid COVID-19

KYW 24 Hour News

0:45 listening | 11 hrs ago

Red Cross urges halt to cyberattacks on healthcare sector amid COVID-19

"The head of the international red cross the president of Microsoft and former secretary of state Madeleine Albright has signed a letter calling for an end to cyber attacks on medical facilities during the pandemic CBS news technology analyst Larry magnets as a particular concern is state sponsored attacks there have been some recent cyber attacks against healthcare facilities and covert nineteen related research projects any cyber attack can be disruptive but when it's against a health organization in the middle of a pandemic it can literally be fatal and attacks against research organizations could interfere with the development of a vaccine or a cure some sophisticated hacks recently of targeted research centers in an apparent effort to steal data about covert nineteen

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World Health Organization warns of ‘second peak’ in areas where coronavirus is declining

The Gee and Ursula Show

0:28 listening | 3 hrs ago

World Health Organization warns of ‘second peak’ in areas where coronavirus is declining

"States are now reporting an uptick in new coronavirus cases involve this rise could reflect increased testing capacity public health experts have also warned opening too early could lead to a second wave Dr Michael Ryan is with the World Health Organization we we we cannot make assumptions that just because the disease is on the way down now that it's on it's on it's going to keep going down and then we're going to get a number of months to get ready for a second way we may get a second peak in this way

Dr Michael Ryan World Health Organization
A coronavirus vaccine trial in humans has begun

Dennis Prager

0:42 listening | 4 hrs ago

A coronavirus vaccine trial in humans has begun

"Com U. S. biotech firm optimistic about prospects for an experimental coronavirus vaccine is phase one of clinical trials get underway Novavax based in Maryland outside Washington DC has begun the safety phase of trials injecting more than one hundred thirty subjects in Australia the company's top science officer Dr Gregory Gladden has high hopes for the vaccines zero one way and we have a vaccine that is going to be very good Glenn adds if all clinical trials go well then the company can quickly ramp up production at least a hundred million dollars since by the end of the year yeah the one point five billion dollars in the coming year the end of two thousand twenty one hi Tim

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Deadlines for laid-off workers to get health care coverage looming

Lee Matthews

0:48 listening | 8 hrs ago

Deadlines for laid-off workers to get health care coverage looming

"There our first deadlines approaching for laid off workers seeking to get health insurance through obamacare colonel Scott when the pandemic cost workers their jobs with it went their health insurance the affordable Care Act provided a two month special enrollment period for those workers to get coverage that opportunity will end next week in several states industry experts say the reason many of missed out on securing coverages most don't know where to find a plan at a rate they can afford meanwhile the trump administration still hoping to clear the ACA unconstitutional has not promoted options the nonpartisan Kaiser family foundation estimates eight in ten of about twenty seven million who've lost their benefits would qualify for obamacare coverage in some

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Northern Virginia could enter Phase 1 of reopening this week

WTOP 24 Hour News

0:20 listening | 9 hrs ago

Northern Virginia could enter Phase 1 of reopening this week

"Northern Virginia could transition to phase one of re opening later this week joining the rest of the state in a letter to governor Ralph Northam regional officials say their jurisdictions have met most of the critical benchmarks the two crank here try to any of that have not been met our increased contact tracing capacity and increase sustainable supply of personal protective

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Two Hairstylists With Coronavirus May Have Exposed More Than 140 Other People

Rush Limbaugh

0:37 listening | 1 d ago

Two Hairstylists With Coronavirus May Have Exposed More Than 140 Other People

"Dozens of people one southwest Missouri Harris on may have been exposed to covert nineteen according to health officials to stylists and one Springfield Missouri hair salon of tested positive after exposing as many as one hundred forty seven clients and coworkers officials say all those involved wore masks and were advised to self quarantine only if they develop symptoms because the salon kept detailed records of its customers contact tracing was relatively quick after positive testing the facility was closed for cleaning and sanitizing statewide hair salons were closed during the lockdown but were allowed to re open may fourth as restrictions are

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Baby gorilla fractures skull in family fight at Seattle zoo

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

0:26 listening | 1 d ago

Baby gorilla fractures skull in family fight at Seattle zoo

"You know well no visitors are allowed at woodland park zoo the keepers are still there taking care of the animals and the keepers are cautiously optimistic that the newest gorilla at woodland park zoo will fully recover after suffering a head wound over the weekend judicial believe the two and a half month old gorilla was injured in a fight among some of the adult females he underwent surgery it's believed the serious injury will heal as long as there aren't any infection

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90-year-old Seattle woman survives coronavirus

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

4:22 listening | 1 d ago

90-year-old Seattle woman survives coronavirus

"Covert nineteen is not always a death sentence for senior citizens and approve it couples Eric Johnson brings us the tale of Geneva what a great great grandma who got up after beating the virus daughter Cammie knight describes her like this determined stubborn headstrong but loving generous just don't mess with her her name was Geneva would she is ninety years old she has five kids eleven grandchildren twelve great grandchildren and three great great grandchildren she had a stroke in in January January and and she she went went to to life life care care center center of of Kirkland Kirkland for for rehab rehab and and they they didn't didn't think think they they should should get get out out of of the the wheelchair wheelchair after after you you know know because because she she had had lost lost a a little little complete complete use use of of her her right right side side she got out of the chair all right until she fell and broke her hip on March fourth and then she became ill very ill on March fifth she was taken to Harborview were they tested her she had the coronavirus covert nineteen additionally there and you call and it covers five near Tomales at by the ninth doctors like mark Zahra stock she was a goner the originations going up and so by the time I left late in the evening she had been kind of converted to comfort care can we had sort of decided that she was gonna pass that's what the family wanted to that's what she did the lights were out Emily was told to say their goodbyes switch they did through glass we're paying because I thought I knew that I wish not gonna laugh and I didn't want to translate and there was no hope there was the my family on the other side of that window and I couldn't touch by the tents lonely and afraid she was crying for family begging to see them one by one family members were allowed to put on suits and masks and gloves and they made their final visits she said her goodbyes and she was at peace there wasn't anything like I'm not ready to die she was like she was ready to go Seton Fatah hard battle in she said goodbye and she gave us all our last our instructions she was moved to a new rule where they couldn't even look at her through glass there is a specific potato soup the Geneva loves just Plano potato soup for kids started dropping it off for her and she ate it and something astounding happens from the shadow of death door Genevan clear right and feisty started fighting again and she started getting I wanted them to be proud that I could still push it when did and I did and I'm still fighting and I'm still pushing the carriage I still have a lot to live for on the twenty second to test came back negative the coronavirus like old police retreated in the face of something tougher than itself in this case a nine year old Texans kids describers a bat out of hell course for potato soup I don't have the car owner I'm free I'm clear that's what that door says what's it going to feel like for you to go back home again I don't know that I can explain it's gonna be like I have been to happen yet it is seventy one and they tell me I might get to go tomorrow so I can't really afford tomorrow okay engine either way and that is the story of a tough old bird who got up off the canvas proud and defiant and gave the coronavirus a weapon it will not soon forget you could communicate with that damn coronavirus what would you tell it it

Eric Johnson Geneva
17-year-old metro Atlanta boy who died of COVID-19 becomes youngest victim in Georgia

Sean Hannity

0:12 listening | 1 d ago

17-year-old metro Atlanta boy who died of COVID-19 becomes youngest victim in Georgia

"Learned a seventeen year old has succumbed to complications of coronavirus in Fulton County that teenager maybe the state's youngest Pataudi Georgia now surpasses eighteen hundred deaths the US is approaching one hundred thousand

Fulton County Georgia United States
Want to travel to the UK? Be ready for a 14-day quarantine

Vince Coakley

0:23 listening | 1 d ago

Want to travel to the UK? Be ready for a 14-day quarantine

"The United Kingdom will soon be screening all incoming international travelers to that country from next month most people coming into the U. K. we'll have to isolate themselves for fourteen days and could be fined twelve hundred dollars if that code breaking the rules there is an exception for islands Britain is counting more than seventy six thousand coronavirus deaths making the UK's outbreak the deadliest in Europe

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Virus stalls work to keep alive a rare rhino subspecies

WTOP 24 Hour News

0:33 listening | 1 d ago

Virus stalls work to keep alive a rare rhino subspecies

"The corona virus installed ground breaking work to save a rare rhino subspecies there are currently just two northern white rhinos and both are female the plan is to create viable embryos in the lab using their eggs frozen sperm from dead males and a more common southern white rhino as a surrogate mother restrictions on international travel though have caused numerous interruptions to the plan the ultimate goal is to create a herd of at least five animals that could be returned to their natural habitat in Africa but that could take

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Qatar makes COVID-19 app mandatory

Newscast - Africa

0:51 listening | 1 d ago

Qatar makes COVID-19 app mandatory

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Harmful algal bloom reports are on the rise

Climate Connections

1:09 listening | 1 d ago

Harmful algal bloom reports are on the rise

"During summer in central. New york residents often enjoy a refreshing dip in the regions peaceful lakes but sometimes swimming off limits because of algae blooms that can make people sick. Some of the algae may produce chemical toxins that can have harmful effects on people fish shellfish terrestrial and marine mammals and birds jennifer. Graham is a research with the united states geological survey she says reports of harmful algal blooms are increasing across the country and climate change could be part of the reason some harmful algae prefer warm temperatures so blooms may be growing more common as rivers and lakes. Warm extreme weather can also contribute to algal blooms because heavy rain can cause nutrients to run off armfield in sewage systems into waterways nutrients are basically the food source for algae in new york's finger lakes and other locations across the country. The usgs is monitoring algal blooms. Graham says they are trying

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Sweden becomes country with highest coronavirus death rate per capita

The World Nomads Podcast

0:27 listening | 1 d ago

Sweden becomes country with highest coronavirus death rate per capita

"We have touched on Sweden. The country's managing covid nineteen or not in previous episodes in fact it's shunned lockdown rules and it's Bain much business as usual so probably no surprise that at the time that we're recording this the death right. There has risen sharply over the last week. And it's now the highest in the world per capita. That's just Six point zero eight deaths per million people more than any other country.

Bain Sweden
New York's one-day virus death toll drops below 100

The New Yorker Radio Hour

0:22 listening | 2 d ago

New York's one-day virus death toll drops below 100

"New York governor Andrew Cuomo's reporting a slight increase in the daily number of deaths from covert nineteen after falling below one hundred Friday for the first time since March Cuomo says a hundred nine people died on Saturday but he says the trend continues downward the national death toll now tops ninety seven

Andrew Cuomo New York
West Virginia Governor Declines To Strengthen Coronavirus Restrictions In Hot Spots

Black and Gold Sunday with Rob Pratte

0:37 listening | 2 d ago

West Virginia Governor Declines To Strengthen Coronavirus Restrictions In Hot Spots

"West Virginia governor Jim justice has declined to string the coronavirus restrictions into eastern panhandle counties where cases spiked this week the Republican governor on Friday said his administration discussed the hot spots in Berkeley and Jefferson counties with local health officials and determined that new cases were largely driven by increased testing their justices says Berkeley and Jefferson reported at least thirty five cases in a single day this week state health data shows the counties had almost forty new cases each since Monday statewide at least seventy two people in West Virginia have died from the virus and around seventeen hundred have tested

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Implicit Bias in Mental Health

Second Opinion

3:43 listening | 2 d ago

Implicit Bias in Mental Health

"Is eighteen and was acting bizarrely. He wasn't coming home. He sat staring out the window for long periods of time and had angry outbursts. His mother finally got him to agree to see a psychiatrist. Who DIAGNOSED SCHIZOPHRENIA? His mother was tearful. She told me the diagnosis at Jamal's recent visit. She's a nurse and she knew a bit about schizophrenia. She didn't see any of the disease in Jamal. He was firmly connected to reality. His social relationships had become less desirable to him but he's still interacted normally with people. His thinking speech and his behaviors were organized. And he had no hallucinations. Psychiatrists like all of us can make mistakes. Unlike my practice where I can order lab tests. X-rays your scans to help me understand. What's going wrong psychiatrists don't have those tools? They see a person for a small amount of time. Ask a number of questions and then need to make a diagnosis and often star treatment. Usually a drug. There's no shortage of reasons that doctors can make mistakes in judgment including misinterpreting patients answers not asking appropriate follow up questions or implicit bias. Implicit bias is not unique to mental health. But it can play a role in how a diagnosis a patient implicit bias. Are those stereotypes or feelings that we have toward a group of people that are sub-conscious these biases can be either positive or negative. The important part though is that we act on these implicit bias involuntarily without any awareness or control these are not biases that we know we have that we subconsciously. Suppress these operate on a completely unconscious level implicit bias as affect every one of us. Even people who are supposed to be impartial like referees judges and doctors we know subconsciously. Many doctors have biases toward women. Ethnic groups sexual behaviors recreational behaviors and certain occupations textbook or classic descriptions of diseases often paint a picture the way a white man would experience them. Medical students may not learn how the disease looks and women or other subgroups. A recent study looked at about seventeen hundred men. Diagnosed with schizophrenia. It turned out that black men diagnosed with schizophrenia. Were four times more likely than white men to actually have symptoms of major depression. Could it be that racial implicit bias accounts for black men? Being misdiagnosed with schizophrenia rather than major depression the problem is of course. That depression requires a different approach in schizophrenia and it can have a very different prognosis but without knowing it doctors may be making misdiagnoses that have important negative consequences. Jamal was reevaluated. He was diagnosed as having depression treated with both anti depressants and therapy and his mother says with a big smile. He's nearly back to normal. Jamaa looks at me and gives me a thumbs up as for the psychiatrist. Not Bad doctor. She just jumped to conclusions. Perhaps based on implicit bias and failed to entertain alternative

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