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Demand surges at food banks as more than 50 million face hunger in 2020
"With millions of Americans remaining out of work, A record number of people are seeking food assistance. The North Texas food banks, Erica Yeager says they're serving 10 million meals a month. History tells us that we can expect to see this elevated need for at least the next two years. Schools like the Texas can. Academies are also helping hungry families. Lots of employment really hurt. Brandy glass cow, lost her home healthcare job during the pandemic and his scraping by as a seasonal worker for FedEx As the mother, you never want your kids to see you worry or panic, So it got a little hard and got a little Questionable there. Did you have money in your bank account? No. In Texas. More than two million kids are expected to go hungry this year. CBS News correspondent Maria via Real
Trevor Noah will host next year's Grammys
"The Daily Show's Trevor Noah has been named The host of the Grammy Awards Recording academy made the announcement hours before the nominees for the 20.2021 show were announced. This is going to be no. His first time hosting the Grammys. He was nominated for one more earlier this year for best comedy Output. Lost the Dave Chappelle See 2021 Grammys scheduled for January. 31st
Chinese and Korean Esports Player News
"Moving into some china and korean player news with charge making two signings. One kaley from billy billy The joe or notes the hong academy and then choice a one the eps from ellen mystic both getting picked up to round out the charges new eps. Line the little bit. We got to watch of choice so want. Pretty good yeah. I'm digging that for the charge. They just kind of wholesale off let go of a big chunk of their host of their us their roster. You know all of the English speaking players. I believe have been let go so We've got a little bit of news today about the way the going. So it's pretty safe to say that some of these asian Korean teams rob. Not picking up too much any talent because it looks like we're going to be doing the two regions split again so we've got atlanta rain signing pelican from Oh to blast I believe it was one of the ones that stuck out in the matches that we spoke that we watched. I mean both o- had really good dp s line improper and pelican but properous believed to young which is unfortunate. it is what it is pelican. I think a lot of people are agreeing is going to be like a pretty solid Dps pickup for him. Really can kind of play. Everything and hopefully will be utilized better than they utilize or who is also incredibly talented. Gps plant but they only played a minute weird spots. I don't do and completely disappeared there towards the end of the season then another bit of sad news. I think he'd only been out of retirement for like less than a season. And that's visibility. Yeah announced retirement. Maybe one season. I think it was just this contenders month. Basically he played from july sui a the very end of july and then he played about four months from july to november. After taking only only two months. So hit i mean he really does a very quick retirement Unfortunate to see. But i think this could be one of those like okay. Maybe i'll come back like knows right to return the first place now. He's probably out now. Like i think that this is the official okay. I'm i'm out. i'm done good now. Retirement so unfortunate to seize incredibly skilled player but if he didn't have a good performances last couple of months on the last couple of teams. It's not meant to be i guess. And then we've got the spark signing man laghi the leash the no. We'll go with each. I like that Tank coming over from the are yet shanghai dragons academy team team cc and then mc de coming over from element mystic issues like we still don't really know what's going on with former element mystic is. It's weird but i'm digging the m. c. d. pickup for the spark player too bad.
New data shows rise in COVID-19 cases in children
"Well, more kids seem to be testing positive for covert 19. The American Academy of Pediatrics says more than 144,000 Children tested positive for covert 19 in the most recent week on record all rise of 28%. So far, nearly 1.2 million Children have tested positive. Some 10% of the U. S total of 12 million confirmed cases. The latest data comes as health experts warn that the upcoming holiday travel season may spark an explosion of new covert cases, including among kids. Vicki Barker, CBS News
Coronavirus cases in kids see 28% spike in 2 weeks
"Cases in Children are spiking the American Academy of Pediatrics, saying that there were more than 144,000 new cases of the respiratory illness and Children in the U. S last week. That means kids now account for 11% of the over 12 million confirmed cases of the virus in the United States. And
Bruce, the last ‘Jaws’ shark, docks at the Academy Museum
"Exhibit exhibit is is ready ready to to take take a a bite bite out out of of visitors. visitors. CBS CBS News News correspondent correspondent Lisa Lisa Matteo Matteo has has the the story story thing thing is is lurking lurking at at the the Academy Academy Museum Museum of of Motion Motion Pictures Pictures Fiberglass Shark made from the Jaws mold has found a home at the new Los Angeles Ben You known as Bruce. It's more than £1200.25 feet long. The 45 year old shark under Went a seven month face lift. It's a replica of the original, but it's still expected to be a major attraction at the museum, which opens to the public on April 30th of next year. Lisa Matteo
New York Mayor Lays Out Strategy To Reopen Schools
"Closer. I'm okay. How are you? Oh, it is nice and fullness possible. So we met in the northern end of the Bronx in a big, empty public high school where there were a bunch of custodian sort of jamming open windows to improve ventilation and get fresh air in windows that, in some cases seemed to have not been open for a very long time, And we kind of folded ourselves into these little desks. He's super tall, so he sort of had to squeeze himself in there. We sat 6 ft apart, and I asked him, you know, tell me why This is so important to you What is really needed to use for the CT? Could you ask a simpler first question? Okay. What you have to understand about Bill De Blasio is he came into office, promising to be kind of the education mayor. He has always said that education is His top priority that reducing inequality in the public school system is his sort of biggest task. He also genuinely believed that schools should be of them. They need this. The simplest thing to say to begin is they need this. It's not optional to them. And what he said is he sort of made the case for why in person is so important and why he thought families needed the option of Going back into classroom. I think much more deeply. There is There's so many things happening here so many things right on his decision. And then he also told me Look around us. Look at New York City right now. The city has been here old people say, really have been rolling. We're the envy of the country. He had these incredibly low positivity rates. And he said, if any place conducive to it were the place that can do it. I would much rather be criticized for we try. Even if it didn't work out of the way we hoped then we didn't have the courage to try. So you're not planning to delay this time? I have Very clear plan and I'll always listen to concerns. I watch the healthcare situation. I'll listen to substantive issues and people raised them. But the plan is the plan. Let's make any last questions. We'd you know, non relationship between So now that the mayor has laid out his argument For doing this. How does he actually start to reopen the system? system? So So very very quickly quickly After After the the mayor mayor says says he he wants wants to to get get schools schools open, open, it it becomes becomes clear clear that that this this is is basically basically the the hardest hardest thing thing he's he's ever ever tried tried to to do do as mayor. I mean, the sort of logistics of it are just dizzying. The task start piling up day after day, hour after hour. One of the biggest immediate tasks was that the mayor gave kids and families a choice of whether they wanted to come back into classrooms or not. So all of a sudden the city had to create to school systems out of 11 for the kids who were going to be home and one for the kids who are going to be back in the classroom. At least part of the week so that they could rotate in and out for social distancing. So that's one whole logistical nightmare. And then there's just actually getting the school buildings ready, which is Absolute enormous undertaking. New York City has well over 1000 school buildings. Many of them are over a century old. They have windows that don't open. They have h backs that have been broken for years. They have radiators and heating systems that maybe have never worked. And you had to basically transform what New York City classrooms looks like, right? So as the mayor starts going through this enormous to do list there starts to be a growing resistance against his reopening plan. Children cannot focus on school work if their family members and futures are in the hospital or dying. Children cannot learn if they're dead, many teachers, saying We don't feel safe. We don't think it's right to go back into our 100 year old school buildings and teach kids in a mask and just hope that it's safe. We will not be an experiment. We will not die so that the academy gets after work. And so how does the mayor responded? That's been having teachers in the streets, saying they're afraid of dying in the classroom seems like a pretty important obstacle, so at the height of this sort of period of resistance and protests and fear and skepticism about the reopening plan The mayor kind of has to come up with a way. Good morning, everybody of common people down. Well this morning we're gonna talk about the most important piece of reopening this city restarting this city. And that's starting our schools up again. And so he comes out and he says Okay, folks, I hear you. We understand the anxiety. We understand the fear. Because this city's been through so much, and I have a plan to keep you safe, and if it isn't safe, we don't do it. It's a simple as that. And so he kind of introduces this menu of safety measures. So what are we doing? You've heard some of it before we're using is wearing a mask all day. It's social distance thing free priority testing. It's having a nurse in every school building, making sure that teachers Kids staff all have the personal protective equipment. And then finally, he says, we will not Reopen our schools. Unless the city Infection rate is below 3%. You have my word that I'm going to shut down the whole school system if we ever reach 3% positivity. And how does the mayor explain how he arrived at that? 3% number what it's based on so at the time, the number that was kind of floating around there for when your alarm bells should start to go off. And when schools and other things may not be safe was 5%, we're hearing 5% a lot. And I think basically part of what happened. Is that the mayor? His team looked at that number and they said to the city we're going to do you one better. We're going to come in below 5% as a symbol. It was a promise. It was a way of saying I'm going to set the lowest, most conservative threshold that's out there. And that is proof that I'm taking school safety really, really seriously in this pandemic, and does it
Bruce, the last 'Jaws' shark, docks at the Academy Museum in Los Angeles
"The mechanical fiberglass shark from Jaws now hangs over the escalator. The New Academy Museum of Motion Pictures in Los Angeles. The building is set to open next April.
New York's Gov. Cuomo To Receive International Emmy For Daily Coronavirus Briefings
"New York's governor is about to receive an award for his coronavirus updates. ABC is Todd and has details. Governor Andrew Cuomo was praised and criticized for his once daily televised briefings on the Corona virus pandemic. See no covert here. No covert speak no covert. On Friday, the International Academy of Television Arts and Sciences announced that the governor will receive an international Emmy for those briefings where Cuomo used more than 100 power Point driven slide shows with US sometimes emotional and sometimes acerbic style while guiding New Yorkers through the pandemic. His life going to be different. Yes, Life is going to be different. But different in this case can mean better. Governor. Cuomo receives the award on Monday and a Livestream show
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo To Receive International Emmy For Daily Coronavirus Briefings
"York governor andrew cuomo getting an international emmy. Npr's colin dwyer reports have always had a soft spot for politicians granted. They usually reserve honors for the actors playing bake leaders on tv but not this time the international academy of television arts and sciences said andrew cuomo receive its founders award for his daily coronavirus press conferences earlier this year. The briefings made the governor one of the most figures in the struggle to contain the coronavirus in the us. The academy explained it's unusual choice by saying quote he effectively created television shows with characters plotlines and stories of success and failure that asked him to of past winners include oprah winfrey and steven spielberg
New York Governor To Receive International Emmy For Daily Coronavirus Briefings
"New York's governor is about to receive an award for his coronavirus updates. ABC is Todd and has details. Governor Andrew Cuomo was praised and criticized for his once daily televised briefings on the Corona virus pandemic. See no covert here. No covert speak no covert. On Friday, the International Academy of Television Arts and Sciences announced that the governor will receive an international Emmy for those briefings where Cuomo used more than 100 power Point driven slide shows with US sometimes emotional and sometimes the cervix style while guiding New Yorkers through the pandemic. His life going to be different. Yes, Life is going to be different, but different in this case can mean better. Governor. Cuomo receives the award on Monday and a Livestream
Andrew Cuomo to receive International Emmy for COVID-19 briefings
"For his once daily televised briefings on the Corona virus pandemic. See no covert here. No covert speak no covert. On Friday, the International Academy of Television Arts and Sciences announced that the governor will receive an international Emmy for those briefings where Cuomo used more than 100 power Point driven slide shows with US sometimes emotional and sometimes acerbic style while guiding New Yorkers through the pandemic. His life going to be different. Yes, Life is going to be different. But different in this case can mean better. Governor. Cuomo receives the award on Monday and a Livestream show Todd and ABC News The US Canadian border closure is being extended due to a surge in covert 19 cases. Lisa Taylor
Andrew Cuomo to receive International Emmy for COVID-19 briefings
"Governor. Andrew cuomo is getting an international emmy dwyer reports. He will be recognized on monday for his televised. Cova nineteen briefings. The have always had a soft spot for politicians granted. They usually reserve for the actors playing bake leaders on tv but not this time. The international academy of television arts and sciences said andrew cuomo will receive its founders award for his daily corona virus. Press conferences earlier this year. The briefings made the governor one of the most busy figures in the struggle to contain the corona virus in the us the academy explained. It's unusual choice by saying quote. He effectively created television. Shows with characters plotlines and stories of success and failure that adds to a list of past winners that include oprah winfrey and steven spielberg
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo to receive International Emmy for COVID-19 briefings
"New York's governor is about to receive an award for his coronavirus updates. ABC is Todd and has all the details. Governor Andrew Cuomo was praised and criticized for his once daily televised briefings on the Corona virus pandemic. See No covert here. No covert speak no covert. On Friday, the International Academy of Television Arts and Sciences announced that the governor will receive an international Emmy for those briefings where Cuomo used more than 100 power Point driven slide shows with us sometimes emotional and sometimes the cervix. Style while guiding New Yorkers through the pandemic. Is life going to be different? Yes, Life is going to be different. But different in this case can mean better. Governor. Cuomo receives the award on Monday and a Livestream show Todd and ABC
New York's Cuomo to receive International Emmy for virus briefings
"For his once daily televised briefings on the Corona virus pandemic this past spring, the International Academy of Television Arts and Sciences announced yesterday it plans to present the award to Cuomo in a Livestream show on Monday. Nomura Holdings plans to introduce flexible work on a permanent
Andrew Cuomo to receive International Emmy for COVID-19 briefings
"Will receive this year's international Emmy founder's award in recognition of his leadership during the Koven 19 crisis, according to the International Academy of Television Arts and Sciences in Saving, the Academy president said the governor's 1 11 daily briefings works so well because he effectively created television. Shows with characters, plot lines and stories of success and failure, the governor said of the honor. But I considered them joint performances, joking that it was his response to questions that enhanced his performance at the news conference is as of this month, New York State has reported more than 33,000 deaths. Michelle Pelino Fox News
New York's Cuomo to receive International Emmy for virus briefings
"Cuomo. Overs will receive an international Emmy Award for his once daily televised briefings on the Corona virus pandemic that killed tens of thousands of New Yorkers. This spring. The International Academy of Television Arts and Sciences will Present the award to the governor in a Livestream show on Monday. International Academy President and CEO Bruce Paisner said Promo is being being honored honored with with the the academy's academy's founder's founder's award award for for using using his his briefings briefings to to inform inform and and calm calm the the public. public. Previous Previous recipients recipients include include former former Vice Vice President President Al Al Gore, Gore, Oprah Oprah Winfrey Winfrey and and director director Steven Steven Spielberg. It's 7
Pfizer seeking emergency use of its COVID-19 vaccine in US
"Going to the FDA today to ask for emergency use of its covert 19 vaccine. The company says it's early trials show that it is 95% effective. It's the start of what could bring the first shots in two weeks. Visors filing sets off a chain of events is the Food and Drug Administration and its independent advisers debate if the shots already, if so, another group will have to decide how the initial limited supplies air ration. Doubt Initial supplies will be scarce. According to information given to the National Academy of Medicine about 25 million doses of the Fizer vaccine will be available in December. 30 million in January and another 35 million in February and March. People getting the shots will need two doses three weeks apart. My company. Once a vaccine is
"american academy" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
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"american academy" Discussed on Z104
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"american academy" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"The American Academy of pediatrics and the American Heart Association released policy recommendations, encouraging local and state lawmakers to implement taxes on sugary drinks. The hope is that. Children would consume fewer of those sugary drinks and subsequently obesity in children would decrease as well. Dr Bill Deedes pediatrician and member of the American Academy pediatrics create this policy recommendation spoke with KRLD Suzy Sali's about it. As policy statement is directed at the consumption of sugary drinks, which are major source of calories for children and teenagers. For example, the upper twenty five percent of children and teenagers consume about five hundred calories a day from sugary drinks. And we think that's a significant contributor to obesity. What caused you guys to create this new policy? Well, several things that I was the excessive consumption of sugary drinks. And Secondly was the rising prevalence of obesity across the country obesity now affects eighteen percent of two to nineteen year olds in the United States. And then obviously affects people later in life as well. Yes. So obesity that starts in childhood often. Persists until adulthood. Although that's not to dismiss the importance of obesity in adulthood, about fifty percent of obesity begins in the twenty to thirty nine year old age group. We have fewer data on the consumption of sugary drinks in that age group. And so this would call for an excise tax on these kinds of beverages. Correct. We think taxation is an effective way to reduce consumption and the experience in the US cities and towns that have done that is it makes clear that if you tax sugary drinks make them more expensive. They're less likely to be consumed. The problem with with sugary drinks is that they contain sugar and almost nothing else. The other important ingredient in sugary drinks is caffeine which may addict children too, sugary drinks. The consumption of sugary drinks is viewed as harmless, whereas, you know, twenty or thirty years ago the consumption of sugary drink like a coke or Pepsi was a real treat. It wasn't an everyday occurrence. And we think that the ship. Henry drinks are one of the important contributors to the development of obesity in children and teenagers. What's the likelihood of this to actually take place for these for for an attacks to actually be put in place? It is unlikely that attacks will occur at the federal level. But there's already evidence that this is happening at the local level and number of communities seven or eight communities now in the United States have passed a tax on sugary drinks. And we think as the awareness of the contribution of sugary drinks to obesity increases and the properties of the sugary drinks increases that increase taxes are going to be more likely certainly beginning at the community level, and ultimately at the state level. This is like tobacco tobacco didn't start with the federal tax. It started at the local level, and then grew and we think that the same thing can happen to sugary drink taxes start to build eats from George Washington University people aren't buying cheap vehicles anymore. They're opting for more expensive cars correspondent Jeff Gilbert reports on the current trend in the auto industry, the auto industry closing the books on the weakest first-quarter sales wise and over five years were trending below where we ended in twenty. But LLC automotive analyst, Jeff. Shuster says the lost sales are mostly on lower less. Profitable sedans. The more profitable utility and pickup sales remained strong enough to push up average transaction prices a thousand dollars per vehicle over this. Same time last year. Jeff Gilbert, CBS news, Detroit. Seven.
"american academy" Discussed on KPNW 1120AM Newsradio
"From the American Academy of terminology Thirty hours of testimony by White House counsel Don Mcgann in the Russia probe no collusion no obstruction witch-hunt President Trump responding on Twitter to a New York Times story about. Testimony White House counsel Don, Mcgann gave, in the. Russia probe tweeting that he gave him again and other members of. His staff permission. To cooperate fully with the special counsel readily handing over one million pages of documents adding. Most transparent in history Tennessee democrat Steve Cohen a member of the House Judiciary committee had a. Different taste trust people should trust so it's just more of the chaos and mental instability, that we're seeing. Sixteen hundred Pennsylvania the New York Times reporting that. Mcgann, acting, on the advice of his legal counsel was, concerned, he could be accused of obstructing, Justice like John dean, was during the Nixon administration. Chain Netflix Fox News the missing bodies have pregnant thirty four year old Shannon Watson her two young. Daughters were found in Denver Colorado, just one, day after her husband Chris watts was arrested Does the possible. Suspect court documents indicate the, two girls, worse submerged. In crude oil for four. Days before being found friends and neighbors. Like Lauren Newman. The family babysitter are trying to make sense of this situation he's a monster who let. Us comfort him and Phil absolutely no remorse ROY he's done police are not releasing any information. About a motive or how the three were killed the US intrepid aircraft carrier is celebrating, its seventy fifth. Anniversary in New York City former World War Two. Crew, member, Daniel Watkins attended a special ceremony remembering how, much, he wanted to be part of, its history and service Glenda's.
"american academy" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Nine seven thousand it's john and greenfield hi how you doing buddy hey thanks for taking my call him appreciate get where you're coming from at least insofar as a name change is concerned i'm not sure that that has really far reaching permanent consequences but i have seen that the american academy of pediatrics says that there's something like seventy five percent of miners who identifies transgender change their mind before they turn the age and because of that they recommended that no doctors performing type of permanent medical procedures or hormone treatments until age majori and so at the very least that high that the majority of children stay there one gender or or say that their gender confused change their mind later and identified differently i'm not sure that allowing permanent changes or life things that can affect you for for the remainder of your life is really a good idea and there ought to be some mechanism bear to say hold on now slow down let's let's maybe weight age mature like the judge said there right yeah i see what you're saying and i think it's valid point i really do i saw those numbers to and i think it's it's from what i could tell the reality of the facts that somewhere between forty and sixty percent but yeah you're talking about a coin toss whether or not someone's going to change their mind when they become eighteen i will say though that i think there's also an element here that that people do make decisions about.
"american academy" Discussed on AFP: American Family Physician Podcast
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"american academy" Discussed on KOIL
"Aancomconcussion a message from the american academy of neurology core i'm quite new is you are listening to ground zero show i think that i made my point when i said that i think now we you know we must certainly pay attention i mean after the whole thing with the pentagon the barber defence saying that that cnn threat assessment of you of votes you you need the kind of hiv you really want to have anybody take it all seriously yeah and if you want anyone to expressing interested in any more i think that what you need to do is you you you need to refigure your sources kia keep the crazy people at bay an end and make sure that what you're showing people you're using critical thinking about i mean it's the same thing for what happened with this whole russian meddling that biz information comes in any at all kinds of shapes forms videos algorithms you name it meant yeah opinion polls indicate than public you know the public is interested in ufos i know that advertising executives they know this movie producers know this but you know is it all deep down something that's triggering us to think wow or resolve the superficial minutes at all the you know less fbi left behind in annex x files episode or do we really really really wanna know more i mean uh this plenty of denial or at least ignorance in the part of the authority figures and say well there's nothing to this and the wrong because you know when you look at the world it's complex and we have a complex world or you have an infant at world the deal with an infant universe a places you've never been to having a finite rigid mine on is is really in my opinion stupid it's ignorance stupid and there's vast amounts of data to make you know what we hope are good arguments that what we need to do is have a little understanding we need to be a little bit more critical and understanding as well we need a standard there are technological miracles that are militaries put together but then again you know there may be a few out there that too are also technological miracles that are indistinguishable from magic karimun indistingishable from alien can we have tyler roadway on the program to talk about the ufo follow up this is an intercept between air force planes ufos and what the controllers on.
"american academy" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The good news is that there is an intriguing evidence from some low income schools in in texas that are actually adding recesses in as an effort to boost test scores of now when it comes to school startimes the american academy of pediatrics behind you there right yeah i mean we should be behind the american academy of pediatrics on this one i mean so so what we have in in quantitaive says that when people hit about the age of fourteen they have a massive mood toward becoming much more late much more evening types people are extremely alley its physiological between the ages of fourteen and about the age of twenty four they shift literally to sometimes three hours later on and so the american academy of pediatrics and again that's a very strong they issued a policy statement at that's a little sterile policy statement from a and associations to think of it instead of this thing about all the pediatricians of america linking arms in marching through the streets and they're saying to school districts across america do not start school for teenagers before eight thirty in the morning it is contra indicated by everything we know we know that early school startimes for teenagers increases the dropout rate reduces test scores contributes to depression obesity a whole parade of wars and so they pediatricians have been pleading with school districts do not do this starts school after eight thirty the average will start time in america today for teenagers is eight o'clock eight of three am telephone has been a little bit better in fact considerably veteran some ways but he's across the united states and you're right but some which was interesting is it is ads district that of changed this have have seen really good results lower dropout rates less depression even fewer car accidents the other interesting thing about this is that the people who've studied this it's a very costeffective solution to i mean it took to to start school 45 minutes later started nine fifteen versus starting it at 815 is is the.
"american academy" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"From the american academy of dermatology weather and traffic before february eleven twenty 18 newsradio 700 wlw cincinnati to ohio police officers gave their lives in the line of duty this is continuing coverage from newsradio 700 wlw with the 1230 report i'm troy atoms soak give away from protection rovers limits were balucan brood they were shot after responding to a nine one one hang up call to police officers were killed saturday in the line of duty just north of columbus westerville police chief joe morbid sur could barely speak at times when announcing the deaths of two of his finest two officers 39yearold eric georigan fiftyfouryearold tony morelli gunned down while responding to a nine one one hang up call arrestable family are worcester wrote community will rally around the reader families of these off kosir who were slain in londonderry morbid sir says it took just eight minutes for the officers to arrive at that apartment he says the immediately took on gunfire officer during died on the scene ereli died later it olshey wexner medical center a suspect is in custody in columbus jarrett alley newsradio 700 wlw newsradio 700 wlw has more frequent traffic and weather updates heard every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons there is a report of intoxicated man on the roadway beach mont avenue at worcester pike and an accident fortin avenue at forbes road vegas forecast from.
"american academy" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Radio earlier this week president trump reminded the american people about his anti regulatory efforts the american academy from washington overreach cutting twenty two regulations for everyone in new regulation the most and history by far we've cut hundreds and hundreds of regulations allowing people to have their businesses work that business businesses in our people some american workers who are protected by some of those regulations are starting to push back now against these efforts allen levin is a regulation reporter for bloomberg news and joining me now in the bloomberg 991 studios here in washington dc and allan listen to spoil it down a couple of things that we noticed in the past week the administration reconsidering those rules that protect coal miners from black long and some farmers who are actually protected by one of those regulations that the president wants to roll back some chicken farmer specifically are actually going to sue the administration because they say they need that regulation so bring this up to speed that these people who seem to be the president's basin who would have supported him are now starting to feel what's happening with the regulations and that's true and and there's a a truism in the role the regulation which is any time you act to do anything that helps one group of people you almost inevitably hurt another group and so in these examples you gave uh you know in the final days of the obama administration they passed rule that gave small farmers little little more leeway to try to sue the big producers and trump is now uh pudding that on hold but um and and in that uh it was sought by these big agricultural interests so they're very strong economic uh uh forces that want it but you have this other group of small farmers who feel that their ability to uh prospered now is threatened by this rule so so they filed suit we'll see how far that goes.
"american academy" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"All right thank you john and moments ago you heard president trump reminding the american people of his anti regulatory efforts the american academy from washington overreach cutting twenty two regulations for every one the new regulation the most and history by far we've cut hundreds and hundreds of regulations allowing people to have their businesses work that businesses in people some american workers who are protected by some of those regulations are starting to push back now against these efforts allen levin is a regulation reporter for bloomberg news and joining me now andy bloomberg 991 studios here in washington dc and alan listen to spoil it down on a couple of things that we noticed in the past week the administration reconsidering those rules that protect coal miners from black long and some farmers who are actually protected by one of those regulations that the president wants to roll back some chicken farmer specifically are actually going to sue the admitted stray shen because they say they need that regulation so bring this up to speed that these people who seem to be the president's basin who would have supported them are now starting to feel what's happening with the regulations and that's true and and there's a a truism in the world the regulation which is any time you act to do anything that helps one group of people you almost inevitably hurt another group and so in these examples you gave uh you know in the final days of the obama administration they passed a rule that gave small farmers little more leeway to try to sue the big producers um and trump is now uh pudding that on hold but um and and in that uh it was sought by these big agricultural interests so they're very strong economic uh uh forces that want it but you have this other group of small farmers who feel that their ability to uh prosper now is threatened by this rule so so they filed suit we'll see how far that goes.
"american academy" Discussed on KOIL
"The american academy of neurology from now on we're going to uh we're gonna have we're talking about it this morning uh they going to have teeshirt using theme music for chris cuomo when we put them on taiwan have those new theme music is the macgill guerrilla saw everybody loves the majority rule is on i'm sure grizz will love it the moody balloon what is up with battery the venture now howdy it's been a weekend and like no other lots and lots of mega giant news stories over the weekend and some not so big news stories also that are falling crazy and naughty those crazy democrats they hate tax reform and let me just say this i started taking notes over the weekend on president obama's legacy such as it is and with the passage of the tax reform bill the economy taken off like a rocket ship already even without the tax reform bill.
"american academy" Discussed on KOIL
"A message from the american academy of neurology he's said the center party wonderful genetic did so much planning and house looks great well you now it was almost cancelled did you hear that bill was really sick with the flu two weeks ago now i had no idea i've been so busy a work but my coworkers tomba was in the hospital with fruit to is still okay it was pretty serious and aggravated his asthma bill got sick quickly with a high fever fortunately janette got him to the doctor right away the doctor said it was flew and prescribed medication that help him get back on its feet now i didn't know fluids so serious until it heard you'll safe felt like he'd been hit by a truck you mr big meeting at work well thank goodness dinette had gotten her flu shot because he now she's expecting oh man i guess i was another thing you guys didn't know either a message from the department of health and human services on loved playing high school sports i love the competition the camaraderie the bands the crowds all the pageantry and i wanted to keep playing but i graduated no colleges called and neither did the pros so to stay close to the game i loved i decided to become a high school official you know a referee when i played high school sports i learned the importance of integrity good sportsmanship and respect for the rules now as a high school official i get to help model the same values to others maybe the colleges and the pros didn't call but the kids in the brass could do and now i'm enjoying the competition the camaraderie the bands the crowds and all the pageantry of high school sports all over again this message presented by the nebraska small activities association and the nebraska state interest elastic athletic administrators association the american legion honors our newest generation of warriors.
"american academy" Discussed on KOIL
"Message from the american academy of neurology good all three thank you the call fault fall paul on the old for the full lawyer full paul mug it'll oh michael wolff the will old uh who a word the old oil he or whirl we'll get play with your played all yes you will need will we it oh you're doing it all of them will he will go well a kit a little legal fully what we've we've talked before about some of the bit of a made you know play for example when does the big new resist d he spoke at nineteen 72 of course he was on the council foreign relations vehicles involved with he was one of the sheep consoles we obama administration the carter administration and even you know even was around shorter leads them to be with donald trump he said in he said shortly the public we'll be unable to reason or think for themselves you'll only be able to pare the information they've been given on the previous night's news and that's exactly is is true and this is what zbigniew brzezinski said in nineteen seventy two he knew that this would be our future he knew that people would parrot what they hear on the news and there would be the rallying agendas from one news source to another new source it will be us against them one news source saying that what's going on in the nfl is this a winner news source saying it's that and they didn't between we have a president who says one thing that media interpreted one way.
"american academy" Discussed on WRVA
"The american academy of neurology hey guys is gary day nerd chuck and i hope you check out the gary audio experience here on iheartradio i am hungry to produce the greatest podcast in the history of podcasts very serious know things i'm looking to covers nor ship motivation of the current state of media lots of been abusing keynote surround social digital you know twenty teams down in the triangle there's only one classic rock station musicians real news nick classic rock now at one hundred point seven fm word you man seth lugo as a little creepy though of a bridge and onramp is a little business as kind of like cantona kinda makes it bows tear by four other guy loves email ran no question about it this is rallies retirement coach brian rally of rally well solutions rally capital management questions on the show we would love to answer them for you and hopefully get you the answer that maybe you've not found anywhere else you've been looking you've been hoping to finance or to a specific question a particular question that you have then we can hopefully get that for you and we've got as a matter of fact we've got a caller that left us a question and we're going to answer it here on the show this week if you'd like to do the same thing calls nine one nine eight five two 1215 it's nine one nine eight five two one two one five you can check us out anytime online at rally well solutions dot com that is the number coming up we're gonna talk about claiming strategies and the importance of them for social security benefits because i don't know that allow people think about it i think most people just think i'm going to walk down to the social security office maybe not won't will say dr drive down to the social security office and set this up and everything's going to be hunkydory in everybody's gonna be happy and it's going to work just like i thought but if you have a strategy involved may it can work to your benefit more than you even new we got retire at made simple here on the show it is rallies retirement coach with brian rally my name is doug coward again the number nine one nine eight five two 1215 reach out if you would like.
"american academy" Discussed on WCTC
"I feel every day with my loving wife and three beautiful daughters my football career ended after suffered my fifth concussion did you know that over a million athletes suffer a concussion each year that includes boys and girls every age every type and level of sport it isn't always clear that a player has had a concussion so parents athletes and coaches need to learn about concussion signs and symptoms the american academy of neurology recommends athletes thought to have a concussion be immediately removed from play and not return until assessed by a healthcare professional trained in concussion this isn't just about sports it's about your brain when in doubt sit it out learn more at aancomconcussion that's a end tom slashed concussion a message from the american academy of neurology when i was little i didn't talk for a long time i like things to always be the same anything new or different would scare and upset me as sensitive to lights sonos and eyes and ears than everyone else china's singh i think are getting i didn't like looking people it made me feel uncomfortable adjournment tensions have a little things like when my socks didn't match sometimes i do the same things over and over day ahead on my family got me slowly i learned how to live with it better you can see signs of autism in children as young as eighteen months early intervention can make a lifetime of difference learn the signs at autismspeaksorgsigns brought to you by.
"american academy" Discussed on AFP: American Family Physician Podcast
"Treatment for ngo dima is largely the same as arctic area though corticosteroids may be more commonly used so to summarize many things can cause or to carry ah but an extensive lab work up is not necessary treatment should be step wise and second generation in a his two means should be your mainstay of treatment we're going to wrap up this issue with the discussion of a practice guideline from the american academy of dermatology on acne vulgarities ira we're going to go through three key points in some extra bullet points from this article for treating acne bulgara's these fall the american academy dermatology guidelines for managing this condition here we go point one the first line treatment from mild acne vulgarities include ends up side or a topical retina wide or a combination is medications from moderate acne vulgarities a combination of benzopyrene inside with a topical antibiotic anna topical retina loyd or both can be used you can add an oral antibiotic if necessary and i said vera acne vulgarities you can have an oral antibiotic with a benzyl proxided topical antibiotic and a topical red night dokic point two topical or oral antibiotics should not be used as a motto fear of the because of the risk of developing bacterial resistance the choice of a topical agents should be based on a patient's age acne sites severity in patient preference eta addicts should then be prescribed for just the shortest amount of time necessary and you should reassess after using them for three or four months point three tetracyclene the preferred oral antibiotic doxycycline aninat cycline are more effective than tetracyclene we don't really have good data for other antibiotics outside a tetracyclene or macro leads pregnant women and children younger than hd receiver earth or maya sen and as if their my assassin and backstrom should be given to those patients who can't take tetracycline or they fail as antibiotic treatment.