21 Burst results for "American Academy Of Pediatrics"

Does Size Matter When It Comes To Health

Diet Starts Tomorrow

05:06 min | 3 months ago

Does Size Matter When It Comes To Health

"Dr Stanford is an obesity medicine, physician, scientists, educator and policymaker at Massachusetts General. Hospital and Harvard Medical School. She also lectures at Brown and Teaches Med students at Harvard. Hello, and welcome well. Thanks for having me. It's an absolute delight to be here today with both of you. We're just we're the most accomplished person ever had this podcast like I cannot even begins. Batum were all you have. You guys are the best and this is. This is what I need to me through the rest of the day as I conquer the world. Yeah! We're honored that you made have the time the time to come talk to us just a little, so thank you so much. Did I get all of that right? You did I I. Guess What I can do is explain it to people because people are kind of like is all of that absolutely so? I'm obviously a mathematician, so the MD is the easiest part I think to understand on my completed my masters in public health nineteen years ago, so it shows you that I'm older than I appear. And that was in health policy management. My masters impose ministration was from the Harvard. Kennedy School, government and government. Currently working on my MBA executive MBA, so that hasn't quite made it to the end of my name, but I may lead US next year. Let me tell you guys. We'll have more to talk about. The the all the that you see after not team for fifteen, but it is nice that it goes with that, so those are all fellowships, so my fellow of the ANC, which is the American Academy pediatrics I'm a fellow of American College of Positions. American college positions represents all Physicians for adult so internal medicine, a fellow of the American Heart Association so basically. I'm looking at cardio metabolic health and being the fellow in the American Heart Association what represents that and then a fellow in the obesity society. Society which is the F. Toss? So you know these fellowships come you know after having accomplished in those different on areas domain, so I see children I see adults I work in this kind of Cardio Metabolic, health space obviously as obesity medicine physician I work in that space, so it really is a combination of kind of who I am, and just looking at Vegas, the letters that come after my name really talks to the work that I really care about and working with my patients patients across the wall. That's amazing. Wow -gratulations. What inspired you study obesity. One of the things that I was always very concerned about as a black one in a black woman who was born and raised in Atlanta Julie obviously in Boston is that's where mastermind Harvard are? I'm I was really. Perplexed I think is the word I WANNA. Use about the disproportionate impact obesity on communities of color particularly I'm the black community. That was what really brought me to this work, so if you go back twenty years ago, I think you've as you're in your twenties for twenty years ago. When I was doing my m H, you're not okay. Across. Our loved anyways Oh! That's Cute I. Love it still have you guys by? Decades! but one of the things I was really interested in seeing was like. I felt like there was a lot that we weren't doing to understand why. Obesity obesity disproportionately impacted certain groups and the groups that are more likely to kind of tackle these issues or the people that are representative, so those scripts so as a black woman and the group that is most disproportionately impacted by obesity I felt compelled to really approach and tackle this headline, so the projects that I was doing back at emory school of Public Health, back in ninety nine two thousand etc, We're looking at specifically obesity in the black community one project I was doing was. Was Looking at obesity in the Black Church community was looking at obesity among African, American, adolescent girls and one was looking at obesity within those that are law resources within the wick programs. It'll women's and children's for Ram, and how could we fix their Their plight in terms of recognizing that we can in some ways with the limited resources that they may have available to enhance their role house. So this was something that was kind of lingering. I didn't anticipate that I would choose obese medicine. 'cause that was not a field when I was twenty years ago. It really was not a field. There was no board certification in obesity medicine. The first Brit sort of patients directly. No Be Madison didn't start until two thousand well, which was well after I finished medical school, but I can tell you I was on. Call in the pediatric ICU when I was in residency and I as internal medicine pediatrics and I literally just googled obesity in medicine at about two thirty in the morning after I just intimated three kids in the ICU in a new. I was going to sleep at nights. I figured I'd just need to keep myself busy. And, the fellowship here at Mass General at Harvard popped up and I was like. What is this? You know I I really interested in obesity. I had no idea there was a fellowship, indeed the first ship and so I came and I spent three years. Doing a fellowship dedicated to understanding the disease of obesity.

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"american academy pediatrics" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

05:21 min | 3 months ago

"american academy pediatrics" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

"The American Academy Pediatrics has pushed that, but if you have such an aggressive level of transmission in certain states, it's going to be very tough to open up those schools safely, so we have to have over the next few months now national plan to bring all the. The state stout without same low level out with different states, having different requirements, and have the federal guidance in roadmap, and unfortunately we just have the leadership now to make that happen as you as you know Dr, Fauci, says anywhere between twenty and forty percent, maybe as much as forty five percent of cases are actually a symptomatic, so what sort of testing and tracing strategy will catch those kinds of folks those cases. Where we have to rely on the occasional person who does either get gets picked up or who has symptoms and then identify all of those contacts, and this is a tried and true method in epidemiology, but it's hard work, and it's very labor intensive, and you can only handle a few cases like that the time to do all the contact tracing so for instance when we had four measles cases in. In Harris County in Houston last year, it was all hands on deck for the Harris County Health Department to do all that contact tracing imagine not having to do that. With thousands of Covid nineteen case, it's simply not possible so if you're really going to control this virus as they've done in so many other countries, you I have to bring it down to that very what we call containment level less. Less than one case per million residents per day or something close to that, and then you could put the public health system in place, and that was our mistake nationally that we didn't bring it down to that level first, and then have the public health belts and suspenders to make it happen, and now we're paying the price with this massive acceleration, heading towards Dr Faucher apocalyptic prediction of one hundred thousand. Thousand Cases Privee A. WE'LL be there pretty soon and now we're starting to see that lag and the deaths now appear in Texas we've just had a record number of deaths in Texas today today and yesterday, so that's coming up to a bunch of countries succeeded in doing that what you're what you're recommending. We clearly have failed at least so far a Dr Hotels. Thank you so much for joining us. Thanks so much all right coming up the US Supreme.

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"american academy pediatrics" Discussed on Living with Lyme

Living with Lyme

05:56 min | 4 months ago

"american academy pediatrics" Discussed on Living with Lyme

"Summer decennial. Yes, that's her name. And we are going to deal with kids today. Summer is a nurse Practitioner and she is a board specialized person in pediatrics and deals a lot with kids with lime disease. So not only is she taking care of these kids and other complex issues gotta deal with the parents, and we all know that can be a tough struggle. She's very well respected well educated She's also worked and trained with. Our our favorite doc out there. Dr Horowitz and the tell us a lot of information today that May. Any of you out there who have kids that are struggling may be with lime disease, so I'm excited to introduce summer high summer. However you. Hello, Cindy thanks for having me. We are excited, aren't we are? We Are we quite introduction. Let me tell you. I! Tell you I was thinking. Yeah I I was thinking to myself my God. How am I going to one up this beautiful check and I don't think I can so. So we're all in the missive being hunker down with this Kobe nine eighteen and In the end is going to be, and we're all nervous, and so amongst all that this is a nice distraction Yeah I. Put up even. A podcast that are not released audio I've put them. Up On, my youtube channel and we'll, we'll see if that just keep people entertained for a little while sure sure. If anyone can do it, you can. Oh, oh! So let's let's talk about you. Let's talk about. Where you're practicing how you got into the Kiddos and we'll start with that. Okay currently I am at Bach Integrative Medicine. It is in Red Hook New York so it's about an hour and a half two hours north of New York City. It's an interesting journey in pediatrics when I was going through training in school I knew that I always wanted to deal with kids always and that's where I started. And first job interview was a a new crowd you know short of. But before the NPS you're going through the Renton it's sort of like. Take whatever job we give you. Your Grad I said now I'm GonNa take pediatrics. Will what if we don't offer you then I? Guess I don't take anything and that's how that came to be and have been in pediatrics preteen years now. so y you know, practice, general, idiot, trix, and then peadeatric ICU, and decided I wanted more Social Rian three years into my my aren. Career I decided to go back to school, so I was an rn for just three years, and since then I've been an MP. I attended the University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, so southern bell moved up. It was an interesting transition and I chose them because they have a very competitive program they are connected to chop the top hospitals in the country. Much like Boston Children's. They just have some really great innovative. you know treatments that they provide tens and tens of on Education Research and China! The Children's Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. Yes. and that training was in pediatric intensive care. an interestingly. Rough right. Thing, I said. That Yet you know as a mother now I. Don't think that I could as easily, but before before babies. I could disconnected enough the before babies. For have bb. That's right before having babies, and now it sits a little difficult to see them that that sick. But, interestingly After. Finishing studies there you. We just kind of followed my husband's career while and I didn't work in peace for a long time, I was administrator. And then. I know I know. He's taken male lovers quite a resume I. Look a little. Like I have adhd a really donuts his fault promise. Log Heavy, what? I? Said I I'm sure my resume. It looks as though I have adhd. Yeah, but it's. It's his fault. Taken me all over, but. I digress but you know as A. As an administrator which you know, you always gain skills and everything you do Eventually we made our way to New York it? We've been here for about. Twelve thirteen years now. and. That's when I transitioned back in the practice. It was time And I started in a primary pediatric. nothing integrative whatsoever. Stay there for a few years and started asking me questions will. Why are we doing it this way? I realized what American Academy Pediatrics says, but I know what I'm single my office and this isn't working. and we like the warm. Fuzzy Boxes Right. It's easy..

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What is a Vaccine Adjuvant?

One Life Radio Podcast

15:13 min | 1 year ago

What is a Vaccine Adjuvant?

"Our special guest today. Neil Z Miller. He is a medical research, journalist and the director of the think twice global vaccine institute. He has devoted the past thirty years to educating parents and health practitioners about vaccines encouraging and form consent and non mandatory laws. He is the author of several articles studies and books on vaccines, including Miller's review of critical vaccine studies. Neil has a degree in psychology and is a member of Mensa international. And it is always an honor. And pleasure to have you on one life radio. Welcome back. How you doing today? Neil grew. Thanks for having me back today. I appreciate it. I always appreciate your work and what you're doing to educate the world about vaccines and their safety today. Specifically, we're speaking about aluminum. So let's start with this basic question for people that really might not know a lot about vaccines that they. There, there are avent's added to them in order to make them more effective or for the delivery. So what exactly are ad edge of events? And what types of events are there will the main Atrovent that's being used in vaccines. Today is aluminum, and there's different types of aluminum, but, but the reason that the aluminum is added to vaccine is because the, the attenuated germ, okay. So basically, you've got the, the, the German self the, the micro organism that is likely to cause the disease. They take that microorganism and they attenuated or weaken it. And that's the main component of the vaccine, but it doesn't induce enough antibodies by itself, generally speaking with some vaccine. So they add aluminum which really just irritates the immune system. The immune system recognizes the, the aluminum as, as really as foreign object. And so it, it, it helps to awake in a higher concentration of anybody tires. So that's the main reason aluminum is Najim added too many vaccines to help stimulate a stronger immune response, and increase vaccine efficacy. But aluminum is taxing. Absolutely. In fact, there's no known biological purpose value or function for aluminum in the human body everywhere. That now by the way, it is very pervasive. One of the most pervasive elements on the earth, but it has no biological function. And so it, it's a neuro toxin and in fact, that's, that's what the mainly what the study's find. That's what I summarized, you know, like I said. Aluminum is added too many vaccines, and so children that received these vaccines are getting multiple doses of aluminum in an injectable form. Now, some people say that Lumina m- is not a big deal that, you know, you, but, but the, you have to differentiate between or orally, ingested aluminum and injected aluminum, we're warned to not even use aluminum foil anymore unless you like parchment paper in between because of the taxes city of aluminum other studies now that are showing a link between aluminum and Alzheimer's disease aluminum dementia, it, definitely, there's no question. There's literally there's literally thousands of studies showing that aluminum. I'm talking studies outside of the world of vaccine just. Thousands of studies that show that aluminum itself is a neuro toxin and is also capable of, of causing immune immune now functions. It's going next with this because I had read that numerous studies provided credible evidence that aluminum adversely affects important biological functions. Like neuro degenerative diseases and auto immune disorders up -solutely, that's the biggest problem is because it c- see when you when you ingest aluminum now luminous is dangerous to any kind of life-form, whether it's an animal, or human, and well we're animals as well, but. And that is dangerous. But when you ingest it as long as you don't ingest too much at once setting that most of that aluminum when I say most we're talking ninety nine point seven percent. You can you can eliminate it through the normal home in Tori functions of the body. But, but when, when that aluminum is injected the studies are showing that it lodges itself into different different organs of the body, and, and they're finding injected aluminum over a year later. They're finding it's still lots in different parts of the body, including the spleen and the brain it bypassed. Now here's the here's the interesting thing is some studies show that it's actually the smaller concentration. Of aluminum that are more dangerous, because they don't because the blood brain barrier does not block it. It's able to, to bypass the rain barrier and go directly into the brain. So this is off the record doctor medical doctor. Obviously, I'm not gonna say his name he didn't want it. He didn't he he, he doesn't even want to talk about it on the air, but told me off the record that there's no way that you can inject a child body with, with aluminum and it into a muscle and it not make its way to the brain. That's, that's absolutely. That's absolutely true. That's what the studies are showing. So, you know, I mean, I don't know why you can't speak on the record because he scares. There's plenty of studies that, that document that down fact in my book, and my latest book Miller's review of critical vaccine studies where I summarize over four hundred studies that are critical vaccines. I have a chapter in there on aluminum, and in that chapter, I summarize, I don't know one or two dozen probably about two dozen studies that, that document is the, the, the hazards of, of aluminum vaccines. For example. Here's a study that, that was conducted by Dr Chris Shaw. And Dr siege CJ, Thomas genyk aluminum in the central nervous system, toxin human as humans and animals vaccine edge in auto, immunity. This in summary, this study found that aluminum vaccines can cause autoimmune and early jiggle damage so that that's pretty common and just to tell you how common vaccines are for example, in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia and many other nations, infants and children, receive high quantities of Lumina for moldable injections of several vaccines. For example. Okay. The following vaccines contain aluminum, the tetanus vaccine would, you know, the that's combined the P? So, for example, they give babies diptheria tennis in plus vaccine that can. Aluminum the, the hib vaccine for influenza type b that contains aluminum hepatitis A contains aluminum hepatitis b contains aluminum and, and the pneumococcal vaccine contains aluminum. Now, they're giving these vaccines, for example. They're giving DTA. They're giving the protest fact seen at two months of age. They're also giving the, the hepatitis b vaccine, two months of age, they're giving the pneumococcal vaccine at two months of age, and they're giving the hib vaccine at two months of age. So these are four separate vaccines, each containing their own, high concentrations of aluminum. So, so it's so they're getting four high doses of aluminum, when they get their vaccine to two months of age. Then this is repeated again at at, at four months of age. And then again at six months of age. And so it's extremely. Concerning extremely dangerous and a recent study came out in his shown that today fifty four percent of all children, have a chronic ailment, which includes things like attention deficit disorder, which I have summarized studies showing that attention deficit disorder has been linked to the vaccines. And so, so these chronic ailments, people have to look around and say, what do you mean fifty four percent? We're talking with an half of all children today have kind of illnesses. Where's this coming from? Well, I'm working on a paper right now that has found evidence that all of these conditions. Okay, fifty four percent of the of children, have these chronic ailments. These are these are twenty two different ailments, okay that these children have, and all twenty two of these ailments, can be linked to vac. Seen damage. Well, so, so this is something needs to really, really get a handle on and really just recognize that when, when we say that when, when you hear people saying that vaccines, save lives. Well, if you look at. We know that with some flaxseeds they reduced the incidence of the disease. There's no question that when the measles, vaccine was introduced it reduced the number of cases of measles. But what are the trade offs? That's always what we need to look at. What are the trade offs, and, and the studies document that there's increased rates of diabetes increased rates of, of allergies increased rates of autoimmune diseases increased rates of, of learning disabilities, increased rates of so many different types of diseases. So we have to look at everything in from the larger picture, we can't just say that, that this particular vaccine was introduced lower the number of cases of disease at what cost, that's what always needs to be looked at. I'm reading the paper, according to the American Academy pediatrics, which is the AP aluminum is now being implicated as interfering with a variety of cellular metabolic processes in the nervous systems and another tissues. And so, you know, if the pediatric community knows this information. Why are they still pushing the agenda that all vaccines are proven safe? You know, I, I think that I think that there's just so much influenced by by big pharma, and you have to understand the regulatory agencies and I'm talking about the CDC the FDA and on international level, even the World Health Organization. These these workers Asians have been captured by by big pharma. They've been captured by the pharmaceutical industry and and what do I mean by that? I mean that there's so much evidence and document this in some of my papers and document. This in in. There's there's so much evidence right now that for example, in my in my book Miller's review of critical vaccine studies in the chapter on, on mercury mercury in vaccines. And by the way, there's still mercury Invex in vaccine or giving this to pregnant women and two infants. How ridiculous is that, that, but, but the point I'm making is the CDC in the year nineteen ninety nine they conducted their own study to look at at, at whether or not mercury in vaccines is dangerous. And, and they found that babies that got mercury in vaccines. What they did is they took a large group of kids, the and half of the kids got got got vaccines, with mercury and the other half of the kids got the same vaccines, except without the mercury, and then they've they've fast forwarded to, to, to several years later, and then they added up. How many kids in the wound group were eventually diagnosed with autism, and that the kids that got that those mercury containing vaccines were had had eight they were eight seven point six times more likely to be to have been diagnosed with autism. So, so we're talking about I high statistically significant study conducted by the CDC showing that mercury in vaccines will cause autism. Okay. So, so my point is, is that they did not remove mercury. They required it. They required. More people to actually get needed some from some scenes, and then required. More children to receive it and pregnant women to receive it. So, so what is the why am I mentioning this? Well, because it's important for everybody to know but also because it shows some insight into the fact that the that the CDs. C which is supposed to be a regulatory agency looking after for the health of every children has been captured by big pharma has been captured by the industry. They are just a marketing arm of the industry in my opinion, from for my research, the CDC and the FDA, and we'll help organization too, because there's a lot of evidence that the World Health Organization is covering up a lot of a lot of dangers associated with vaccines. So, so people need to realize that when you've got the, the American Academy of pediatrics you'd think, don't they don't they care about these children, the number that the thing that the Dr Blaylock he's, he's a neurosurgeon a brain surgeon. He, he did a forward to my other one of my other books fact, the vaccine safety manual doctor Blaylock in that foreword. He has he presented. He said amazing forward. He's, you know, it's an. Amazing bit of information. Yeah. One of the important things that he says, and he provides evidence for is that the vaccine program itself is sacrosanct above everything else, even above children's lives. The vaccine program must be saved at all costs. It

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"american academy pediatrics" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"american academy pediatrics" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"In Farmingdale. It's fifty nine degrees in central park with the six mile an hour breeze hat to forty on WCBS. Has a couple of lawmakers from the tri-state say it's time to ban the sale of so-called bumper pads used as a baby, curb accessory that's blamed for the deaths of dozens of infants since the mid nineteen eighties infants can suffocate, if they fall asleep their nose, or mouth near the bumper would you choose to cover the slats of the crab. Rockland, Senator David Carlucci had Westchester, assemblywoman, Amy Paulin, joined members of the American Academy pediatrics and other advocates at the state capital, calling for crib, bumper pads to be banned statewide, including those used at daycare facilities. Connecticut officials are considering restricting police chases statewide. This follows what appears to be an increase in dangerous motor vehicle pursuits over the past few years, including several that ended with fatalities or serious injuries at our current policy, the officer determines the impact on public safe. Fifty next month a task force, we'll start reviewing Connecticut's nineteen year old police pursuit policy and present the findings by Tober. The panel include police officials community leaders and civil rights advocates hit is to forty one. Right now at O Reilly auto parts to five and a quarter outs bottles of Lucas fuel injector cleaner for eight dollars clean, and lubricate, your fuel system while increasing miles per gallon with two bottles of Lucas fuel injector cleaner.

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"american academy pediatrics" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

10:53 min | 1 year ago

"american academy pediatrics" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"On the ask the vet Dr Jeff have scroll down to the middle of the page, and you will see a very long, memorize it. Don't have to copy it just click on it link to Google hangouts. And you could see here with me live have your pet with you. And we can talk about anything. You wanna talk about NSA said get used to this kind of communication because I mean, I know something I'm working on his launching in January, February health telemedicine is here to stay after tell you interestingly, I told you in two thousand sixteen there were three hundred and fifty thousand Americans do you guys. People used a Telehealth telemedicine app for themselves for their own health and into seventy eight and a half million. So it's something that is growing by leaps and bounds added convenience less money, and many many many things that you are concerned about especially when it comes to things that you can just talk to a veterinarian talking your veterinary, and hopefully, and it can be taken care of on the phone. You don't get in the car traffic the park, and and you don't distress. You're poor pet those who gets going to that. Of course, my my patients love coming in. But you know, you could I joke, I get more tongue. Anybody? I know, but I will tell you that it's sort of the wave of the future. So not a bad idea practice here by joining us live googling cost you anything and you get some good advice. So as we know I like to go through some news. I wanna get to something we talked about a quickly last week. I told you we're going to talk about the holidays, holiday hazards. You know, we we are starting one of them tonight on icus tonight. So we have to make sure that we are. Well aware some of the potential dangers Christmas is around the corner. We just finished thanksgiving all your pets and you find through thanksgiving. So it's a fun time of year. It's a great time of year. But we also want to make sure that we are being very cautious. So first of all, no surprise, another food recall, not salmonella. How do you call? I basically. It's too much vitamin d. Can you get too much vitamin? Yes. You can now there are two types of, you know, we we know they're waterside vitamins and the fat side of the by waterside vitamins. The most common are the bees in the seas. Yes, you it's very hard to get to whatever take it in excess is gonna be heat out. Not a problem for your for you. And like I say isn't where like the push limit a little bit. Let's say you knew for example, that you needed, you know, Agri milligrams of vitamin c a day to prevent scurvy on. That's all you need one hundred milligrams. Okay, now, and you also knew at there's no downside taking more than one hundred because it's water soluble if you're going to push that envelope. Would you push it to your one hundred one milligrams or you're gonna take three hundred milligrams? So since there's no harm in taking too much. I think I'd want. Everybody's little different. If one hundred eight hundred milligrams is Bobby you need less. But if you're gonna do just in case, you're not going to bump it up by one milligram. So same thing with pets and. You know, when we have the water soluble the bees in the seas. You could put limits more comfortably but AD, Ian, k vitamins ADA care site vitamins. And therefore there are some issues associated with overdoing it, and that's what happened with sunshine mills have evolves. Ortmann pride and triumph. Those brands had to be recalled because of too much vitamin d one of the things you can do because vomiting appetite loss increased thirst and urination and also renal dysfunction. So it's not one of those carte blondes. You know, what I'm gonna to push the limit a little bit. I'm gonna take more than I need. Yeah. A little bit is. Okay. But you can't you gotta be careful how much you take more. So anyway, be careful with those brands once again, evolve sportsman's, ride and triumph. You wanna go online check with sunshine mills see when the recall is off when it saved by the foods again. And anyway, so just be careful. Here's a cool one. I. Pretty big here in the states would also big in Italy. And they are they said a living room for stray dogs, which provides shelter from the foul weather, and actually so people come in and sit in the dog living room and Dotson dogs and many dogs have been up to that way. So that's really cool. That's my hat's off to I five is taking a responsible approach to care. And and the problem of overpopulation, and I'm sure you've seen those commercials on TV the dogs outside uncared for tugging at your heart strings, you they want to take your money. It's obviously really really amazingly good causes. But the problem is out there. So anyway, you can help solve the problem on your own. Hey, taking a bunch of strays. That's fine. If you can. So I think what I keep doing is really cool. This is something I found very interesting, and it baffles my mind in many ways every couple of years, I go to the children's hospital of Los Angeles here is that it's a big one C H L A, and I talk. Talk to equity residents interns about pets. I talk about diseases how to prevent what are the problems the ramifications always in conjunction with a medical doctor an MD and also about dog bites, and you know, it's amazing. These are the pediatricians of the future that read going residencies at children's hospital. So these are the ones that will be discussing matters with the clients with pet owners, and I'm gonna tell you story after this that really shocked me to no end about the the concern or the knowledge that are medical doctors have pets as they expect us do things like bites diseases to have about people. So anyway, pediatricians should now start, and they're they're promoting this to ask parents about exposure of their children to animals because a lot of the diseases that they may be dealing with or symptoms maybe related to having had contact with an animal with same disease or just a Carey. Or even if it was just a dog that had to take on it. And then the child is experiencing some symptoms and most I feel very likely related to possibly tick bite, and the many many different diseases the ticks could carry so so they wanna share information on safe handling. All right. And this is an and they're getting information provided from the American Medical Association disease control and the American Academy pediatrics, and you know, though, we know we're not trying to scare parents away from having pets because exposure, actually, we know this can improve a child's health if they're exposed animals early on it builds up your immunity. So there are some actually very positive things about this. But also we have to worry about transmitted diseases. If they are not caution if they are not handled properly so that becomes a big issue. And of course, their recommendation is and I and I I don't necessarily disagree. But I mean, obviously, there's a caveat here to that. Households with young children should probably not have what we call non traditional pets. You know, exotic pets things that maybe even illegal in the United States to have big cats, whatever the case may be obviously the regular pets like the small little pocket pets and the dogs and the cats they're fine. But if you have any non traditional really kind of weird, snakes, lizards, whatever then maybe not a good idea to have around small children, unless there until they're old enough to understand the importance of proper, handling, responsibility, etc. Etc. But anyway, I know the story I wanted to share with you this happened years ago. A woman comes into my office clearly pregnant, and I underline clearly pregnant because I have made the mistake before for anyone out there who has made this a state. You know, exactly what it feels like. So when are you when are you do? Oh my God. Crawl under a table. Oh god. It's anyway that baby's got it a crowded before. Oh, oh, you know. But would you know what I mean clearly pregnant, and they have cats. So of course, or even young families that are talking about starting to have a start a family, and they have cats and is a veterinarian always talk to him about e central's of a pregnant woman around a cat, especially cat. It's an indoor outdoor cat. And my biggest concern is something called talk. Soap has Moses taco pass. Moses parasites a bacterial infection that is extremely toxic to unborn children mom carrying it. No symptoms a cat carrying little to no symptoms. But the damage done to a fetus is horrendous so years and years ago, I did a segment with a TV Dr Dena Dell and we were talking about zone diseases, and you know, from the animal side. The coaches hospital and from the human side and a woman was on with her severely affected daughter who is confined to a wheelchair developmentally disabled physically disabled, just it was terrible. And what was the problem it's hot so plasmapheresis? And the point that dean, Dr dean was talking about is this woman's OBGYN never asked not even on the patient information form, do you own any pets? Do you own a cat? And that is a critical piece of information that any expecting pregnant woman needs to know about because the damage potential damage to a fetus is just terrible. So it's very interesting. I find that on the human side, and I was asked I wanna make sure that even when my with our kids, and and my daughter when has two kids already one is is expecting January. Of course, they know that you just can't you're gonna have cats, you should not clean litterbox. Unless you're wearing gloves. Have your. Husband. Do it do it. Anyway, if you're a gardener if you like to garden don't garden without good, heavy duty gloves because outdoor cats might defecate in your garden. And these are things that are terribly dangerous. If you should get something on your hands. And then you put in your mouth, it is really bad. So that's just Y MD's MD's really need to know a little bit more about the potential issues when it comes to families impacts. And and this is something that I kind of knew this is interesting that study on women who allow dogs to sleep on their beds there interestingly more likely to sleep soundly, then having a cat or a human partner sharing the dead. It appears that dogs have an innate ability to sort of comfort us when sleeping help us sleep more soundly, and here's the key when it comes to that human partner and not disturb the sleep of your partner. So that was sort of a cute story. And I think it's true. True. My dad is full of apples. In fact, there's often no room for me. I'm the last one to get in. And so I think they talked each.

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"american academy pediatrics" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"american academy pediatrics" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Tomorrow. Thirty seven at O'Hare, midway thirty eighth thirty six Santa windshield f thirty one WBZ news time seven twenty one. Our top story this hour, President Trump announced his budget director, Mick Mulvaney. We'll be his next chief of staff acting. Mr. Trump tweeted that has done outstanding Java needed administration and we'll take over next year. He also praised chief of staff. John Kelly services called him a great patriot much more on the story with CBS at seven thirty one at twenty five year old Batavia woman who says she suffers from post traumatic stress disorder wants an apology from WalMart to keep her from bringing her service talking into a store last month. The dog is the two year old malamute mix named Selena gastric service dogs Helena's owner is Jessica motto motto says she has PTSD trained casks are what I like to refer to as crowd control. So basically, she creates space between me and another person motto says when she tried to take Selena into a Batavia, WalMart three weeks ago and employee stopped her, and he told me in order for her to be allowed in the store. She has to be wearing a special harness. I then told him. No, that's not correct against federal law to require anyone to do. So. Motto says she cited the Americans with Disabilities Act. She did her shopping anyway with Selena by her side motto says, she has filed a complaint with the US Justice department. Steve Miller NewsRadio on one zero five point nine for a minute for kids. Sponsored by Catholic education foundation with the American Academy pediatrics, I'm Dr Don Schifrin, sometimes parents may have different parenting styles, and that normally isn't a bad thing. It is okay. Occasionally, disagree on smaller issues. But you and your partner should agree on big parenting issues such as safety and curfew. It can be instructive for kids to see and hear their parents having differing opinions as long as there's respect and.

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"american academy pediatrics" Discussed on The Healthy Moms Podcast

The Healthy Moms Podcast

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"american academy pediatrics" Discussed on The Healthy Moms Podcast

"So basically we start the initial phase the build up phase with very low doses of peanut egg and milk, and we increase those over time. We also introduce it's called the sequential introduction where we introduce one food at a time, and that's base. On the American Academy pediatrics recommendations with allergenic foods, they said introduced one new food every three to five days. So that just in case severe reaction, you can be aware of which food was the precipitator. And so the reason we show was peanut again milk is because those are the most common food allergies in children. So even though about one hundred seventy foods can cause food allergy. There are eight common food groups that are recognized by the FDA as the most important food allergens. And so of those while just mentioned the peanut egg milk, Trina soy, we fish shellfish. And so of those milk than egg than peanut in decreasing order actually, make up eighty percent of childhood food, allergies. So that's huge that those three. Foods caused so many food allergies now peanut often get a lot of airtime because it it can cause very severe reactions. But when you think about very young children babies and preschool age children really need to remember that egging milk are so important milk is actually the number one cause of food allergic reactions in school in in preschool in school age children, and when it.

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"american academy pediatrics" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"american academy pediatrics" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Forced to delay of picking up. The construction zone. So he's down to one lane a little longer than we did. For your convenience because their customers. It was a one time delay there are clauses in tollway contracts regarding penalties for things like leaving lane closures up longer than scheduled Rosenberg says visuals are looking into whether the contractor responsible for this morning's backup. We'll be penalized. Bernie voyeur NewsRadio on one five point nine FM. A sixteen year old girl shot multiple times in broad daylight today in west Chatham, police say the girl was walking down the street near eightieth Perry. Iran, four thirty when someone got out of vehicle and fired shots. Investigators say the girl was not the intended target. The Newswatch continue sponsored by north Schule University Health system with the American Academy pediatrics, I'm Dr Don Shefrin, new moms having difficulty breastfeeding may turn to alternative sources for breast milk, one common resources internet based breast milk suppliers. Another option is milk banks. The AP suggest new parents should avoid internet suppliers and instead, contact milk banks milk banks in here to guidelines require screening of both donors and donated milk and screening is important. A recent study found that two-thirds of the samples from internet based milk sharing sites were contaminated with staff and one third with strep bacteria three of the samples contained dangerous salmonella. Three quarters of tested internet. Samples would have failed the milk banks strict criteria. So while breast milk is best and beneficial for babies, it must also be safe with a minute for kids. I'm Dr Don Schifrin for NewsRadio seven eighty and one zero five point nine.

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"american academy pediatrics" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"american academy pediatrics" Discussed on KOMO

"KOMO news. Now, your KOMO propel insurance money update on ABC news, Wall Street now a slide in tech company sent stocks lower the Dow closed down ninety three points. The NASDAQ fell one hundred fourteen and the s&p gave up thirteen the drop came amid speculation that the Trump administration is preparing to impose tariffs on another two hundred billion dollars worth of Chinese goods retailers and banks also declined salaries on Wall Street are on the rise. The average pay in the securities industry last year was more than four hundred twenty two thousand dollars thirteen percent over the year before in the highest since two thousand eight. Daria Albinger, ABC news. A new study says more than nine thousand babies get hurt using infant walkers every year, but that's fewer babies since the fed stepped up safety standards. The American Academy pediatrics though wants a total ban on babywalkers with wheels. The study is published in the medical journal pediatrics. Coca Cola might be getting into the cannabis drinks business. Lisa Carter has more. Bloomberg TV reports the world's biggest beverage company is talking with Canadian marijuana producer Aurora cannabis about developing drinks, lace was CBD. That's the ingredient in marijuana that treats pain, but doesn't get you. High spokesman for Atlanta based coke says the company is closely watching the growth of non psychoactive CBD as an ingredient in functional. Well, dispatches around the world, the company is diversifying its product line as sales of soda continue to decline worldwide..

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Nightside with Dan Rea

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

SpaceX announces Japanese billionaire to be first "private passenger" on solo trip around moon

"Be the butt of any jokes. Scott Goldberg ABC news. Your money at twenty and fifty past the hour on KOMO news. If we invest in tourism if we invest in. A new study says more than nine thousand babies get hurt using infant walkers every year, but that's fewer babies since the fed stepped up safety standards. The American Academy pediatrics though wants a total ban on babywalkers with wheels. The study is

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Nightside with Dan Rea

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

Scott Goldberg, KOMO and Fed discussed on Nightside with Dan Rea

"Be the butt of any jokes. Scott Goldberg ABC news. Your money at twenty and fifty past the hour on KOMO news. If we invest in tourism if we invest in. A new study says more than nine thousand babies get hurt using infant walkers every year, but that's fewer babies since the fed stepped up safety standards. The American Academy pediatrics though wants a total ban on babywalkers with wheels. The study is

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"american academy pediatrics" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"american academy pediatrics" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"The department of health and human services says around three thousand immigrant children separated from their parents have been placed in government custody the agent says agency says it'll use dna to help reunite those families will have much more on the story coming up a to thirty one national kappa sigma fraternity has terminated its university of wisconsin madison's chapter charter after students pushed a tv off the chapters balcony and almost hit a woman instagram video show people pushing a cathode radio tv set off the fraternity houses balcony the television plunges to earth and barely misses a woman who was walking beneath chicago police arrested two people who tried to drive away from a crash this morning and the garfield ridge neighborhood police say a box truck crashed into two other vehicles just before nine thirty near fifty ninth in harlem the crash caused one vehicle to roll over the truck then drove off and broke down on the stevenson as a result of the crash damage to people in side tried to run away before police caught them a major fire at an indiana truck company causes hundreds of thousands of dollars in damages seven twenty ton dump trucks were destroyed in a fire yesterday in indianapolis the damage is estimated at over one million dollars it happened at the wells pete and trucking company which has been operating for about seven years no one was hurt in the fire and the cause remains under investigation mariam's job newsradio on one zero five point nine fm wbz news time to twenty two with the american academy pediatrics i'm dr.

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"american academy pediatrics" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"american academy pediatrics" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"A cook county judge to set bail for jackie wilson at fifty thousand dollars claiming witnesses who testified wilson fatally shot to chicago police officers in nineteen eightytwo were coerced by ex police commander jon burge and detectives under him they say another prosecution witness was called a pair pathetic felon and consummate liar by an appellate court elliott's lahser says after nearly four decades in prison wilson is a frail old man he's not a danger to the community if anything it's the people who support john burge in police irrationally a danger to jackie wilson he says his office received a death threat on friday judge william hooks throughout wilson's confession and ordered a new trial he's expected set bond at noon ansi hardy newsradio on one zero five point nine fm chicago area burger king chain out are being sued for wage theft attorney will bloom with the community action activism law alliances several workers at the burger king at millennium station claim they were paid significantly less by the employer fuzzy poon yang here the owner of this king and several other restaurants around the city are not following the law for other workers similarly situated in a pros class action to vindicate their rights and force employers like this one to follow the law and pay their workers what w we give them has reached out to putin jeff for comment gary's union station has been abandoned to more than fifty years but there's hope to make it occupy it again a group recently spruced up to building with the help of attracting development the times of northwest indiana reports the next step is to have an engineering firm assess what's needed to make the building habitable again anton now for a minute kids with the american academy pediatrics i'm dr don schifrin parents will ask all sorts of questions before their children visit other homes but there is one very important question that is often overlooked is there an unlocked gun in your house lives in a.

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"american academy pediatrics" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"american academy pediatrics" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"The ukraine expects will be convicted but he also expects a pardon much more on this story coming up at seven thirty one the family of an elderly woman who was murdered and dismembered inner sell side home is offering a five thousand dollar reward for information leading to the killer camille durham is the granddaughter of the victim eighty one year old muhammad durham stood with family members outside the home on chicago's rose more neighborhood where the crime was discovered last sunday see did not deserve this chicago this is a monster molehill cut somebody and puts them in bands this is this is this is a monster you should be afraid you should be very afraid and you should want to help family has created a facebook page justice for thought in hopes that someone who might be uncomfortable going to police might reach out to them grand jury has indicted a fortyfiveyearold cook county jail inmate on charges of attacking a corrections officer video provided by the cook county sheriff's office shows fortyfiveyearold peter williams punching a corrections lieutenant while the two stood outside his cell yesterday the sheriff's office says the two had been talking about contraband that had been found in william sell the lieutenant suffered facial injuries the sheriff's office has williams who've been awaiting trial for four years on attempted murder charges and has been involved in twenty fights to the jail bernie voyeur newsradio on one of five point nine fm wbz news time seven twenty two with the american academy pediatrics i'm dr don schifrin the ap ap feels strongly that a father's involvement has many positive influences on a child's development research shows that more than ever fathers are actively involved in all aspects of raising their children even among men who work the average amount of time spent daily with their children is increasing and there are more single dads raising children to a father may be biologic foster or adoptive a stepfather grandfather or teen father a father figure or co parent but no matter what category of father you are dads have become more than just the family breadwinners so if you're a father who wants to have a more.

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"american academy pediatrics" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"american academy pediatrics" Discussed on WCHS

"Lazy it has everything to do with being fifteen and and so as a result of this the american academy pediatrics has urged schools do not start school for teenagers before eight thirty in the morning and yet in the face of all of this evidence school start times remain the average is in america is about eight oh three am and it just it it just doesn't make any sense and i think that you've got it right derek on on the reasons why it's essentially inconvenient for adults it's inconvenient for adults and we're not talking starting school at two in the afternoon we're talking about pushing back to school start to nine nine fifteen and the school districts that have done this have seen pretty impressive results lower dropout rate's higher test scores reduced incidence of depression and obesity even decline in teenage car accidents and it's also pretty cost effective solution and yet it somewhat inconvenient for adults because they might not be able to drop their kid off at school when they want to it's sometimes inconvenient for coaches who say oh wait a second we need to have hours and hours and hours for athletic practices school has to end early but you know i to me the idea the american academy pediatrics is sort of a generic kind of sounding entity but just think of it as all the pediatricians in america linking arms and saying please school districts don't do this and yet too many of them are the ones who have changed have have done some great work but somehow this is a stubborn persistent problem well as the father of two teenagers i'm hoping that it's something that we can manage as a society to overcome because i have been in the trenches and i see the effects firsthand and it really is critical as are so many aspects in in terms of timing in our schedules of the way we work and you outline them quite well in win the scientific secrets perfect timing daniel pink thank you so much for being with us today thanks for having me a pleasure you're listening to now it's the news i'm derrick blair.

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"american academy pediatrics" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"american academy pediatrics" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

"So no screens in the bedroom as again those are the official guidelines at american academy pediatrics and this boy did fine he got his sleep he doesn't need medication he needs parents who understand their job it's really interesting you bring this up and it really comes back to this other book that you've written the collapse of parenting and i think just for the sake of time we'll have to have maybe a secondary in a follow up conversation because i think it is very easy and can we'll use the word convenient i think that's probably the best word to prescribe medication or to try to put bandaids on the symptoms when the real problem is like you say a collapse of parenting in a collapse of involvement in the family from my perspective is that accurate yes but if we're focusing on boys motivation we need to tie this up why are stimulant medications a problem as far as boys medication and motivation the problem is that stimulant medications outer all by vance concert edited folk limited trotta ritalin turns out they damage the motivational center of the brain the nucleus accumbens and i now side fifteen different scholarly studies in which is this has been demonstrated in humans and laboratory animals the damage the motivational center of the brain this nucleus accumbens has nothing to do with learning or memory these kids can learn fine they can remember find has nothing to do with affect these kids are smiling and happy but they're not motivated so give you one quick example for my own practice a mom is getting very frustrated with her son and she confronts him one day and says you know what's your problem you ought to bed late every morning and work a few hours a week at the coffee shop you're twenty eight years old it don't have a career you don't even have a girlfriend and he laughed he said well i used to have girlfriend then she found out only work if you week at starbucks she dumped me.

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"american academy pediatrics" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"american academy pediatrics" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"In the studio tonight you've got in in will and darrell all right so we'll you had a story about breastfeeding it is once again in the news you know there's been a lot of protections for breastfeeding mothers in some places and some places i suspect it's probably still illegal so it's still a controversy but apparently it's a controversy in the realm of the doctors world as well patrick doctors are upset about this most and because you know s j w politics and medicine are now becoming merged in our society evidently that's dominating the title of it's a study that was done by two doctor a doctor and a research fellow at pin medical ethics pin pin medical ethics and health policy and it is a bit was pretty in in pediatric publications and the title of it is the unintended consequences of invoking the natural and breastfeeding promotion basically it's i it's two paragraphs of the doctors complaining about how all these different pro breastfeeding efforts that we've seen all over the place from the cdc the the world health organization american academy pediatrics all it's very pro breastfeeding and i'll use the word natural over and over and over again and his government organizations you're thing the word natural and saying hey new mom will the american center for pediatrics because in government organizations the cdc a it's so government organization saying hey moms you should probably instead of using infamous pedia light and all of these other things that are expensive that you buy at a store use the milk generation thing that you have built into your body because it doesn't you know isn't the idea that there's certain nutrients or whatever in the mother's natural milk that does not appear okay corporate stuff as we get into this will actually find that the these doctors are they seem to kind of contend against that actually but says here a breastfeeding promotion poster produced by the new york city department of health and mental hygiene describes breastfeeding as mom made as compared with formula feeding labeled with a red circle that reads quote factorymade.

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"american academy pediatrics" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds

Vox's The Weeds

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"american academy pediatrics" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds

"Is about and what it's there for and they don't see him as distracting from his core job with scandals his job is to destroy the environmental protection agency and it's challenging to destroy the environmental protection agency because you can do things like from put forward a budget that proposed a thirty percent cut in the funding but congress isn't going to pass that right it's politically toxic i saw there was a poll in december twenty sixteen right during the obama trump transition fifty nine percent of the public said to gallup that stricter environmental regulation will be worth the cost because public opinions thermostat that is switch sixty eight percent of people in a pupil last month saying that the government isn't doing enough on the environment trump because he's a smart politician in shameless liar during the campaign used to say all the time that you know he wasn't into this climate change stuff but clean air and clean water he he was all about that but like poets first action was to overrule epa scientists and ignore the american academy pediatrics to keep letting dow chemical sell a pesticide that poisons fetal brain development we have good explainer in january but the new memo they put out that's gonna let factories put more toxins into the not stuff anything to do with climate change climate change commentators become like a hot button culture wars shoe but there's very little political constituency for the there should be more toxins in the air agenda but like that's what they're doing and michael grunfeld had a good piece in politico about how to extent like crude hasn't really rolled back as much of these obama climate regulations as he sort of says he is he's done all these press events but there's like a complicated administrative process that has not been completed and may not work but then rebecca labor i think rightly said on twitter that put has done incr.

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"american academy pediatrics" Discussed on WWL

WWL

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"american academy pediatrics" Discussed on WWL

"The mid to upper sixty s to around seventy channel four meteorologist carl arredondo's pinpoint forecast is on the way could medical marijuana help kids cope with autism legislation cleared the house health and welfare committee that would allow certain autism patients in louisiana have the ability to receive a prescription for medical marijuana once it becomes available the bill passed nine to four despite opposition from the louisiana chapter of american academy pediatrics we don't know the right dose of medications to use in children number two we don't know how this medical marijuana china will interact with other medications dr john ben cherry said it would take a lot more study but the bill is on its way out to the house floor the house natural resources committee today approved a bill requested by louisiana wildlife and fisheries to raise the price of hunting licenses to twenty bucks fishing licenses will go up to thirteen fifty the bill is projected to generate an additional ten million dollars annually for the department years ago that orleans city council approved an ordinance that lets the police issue a summons instead of making an arrest for simple possession of marijuana w wwl's dave lake reports the idea was to free up the cops and it appears that is exactly what happened councilwoman susan guidry calls it an incredible decrease the rate now is down to just one percent in two thousand fourteen it was seventy two percent whether it's your first your second or third or fourth condition or charge you can get no jail time and it's only a fine uteruses an actual marijuana arrest could take some officers six hours to complete so she says it's astonishing how well this is worked out channel four meteorologist carl arredondo is back with the pinpoint forecast a slight chance for an evening shower with temperatures in the seventies twenty percent overnight as well with temperatures in the.

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"american academy pediatrics" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"american academy pediatrics" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Million adult males have high risk strains of oral hpv most infections clear but about thirteen thousand a year are linked to cancer of the back of the throat there is a vaccine to prevent hpv usually give at age eleven or twelve yet only forty three percent of teens complete the recommended doses when you see how low the uptake is what's your reaction anger anger we have a moral obligation to white hbv off the face of the planet becker is detailed his experience in a blog and the memoir article his wife laura i've had different he of reach out to me saying you now as on the fence about my son and then after looking into it they're like you thank you last year becker was in a immunotherapy clinical trial at the national institutes of health but it failed he's finishing up a chemotherapy cycle every luckier his ninth and final visit is next week tumors have shrunk but may maybe showing signs of resistance to this treatment i know that what time i have left really needs to be devoted to raising awareness of the fact that my condition could have been avoided john where we you talked about the vaccination in the peace and and obviously there's room for improvement here when you won't get forty three percent of teens a complete the vaccination what kind of outreach is being done is it enough on the well it's not enough but there's a lot of it you know the centers for disease control has an outrage and the american academy pediatrics has a huge one and they're targeting the pediatricians they're trying to say to them look you got to think about it you gotta make it routine you have to educate the parents and you have to specifically address the questions that they have you know one of the big questions that they point out is a lot of parents come and say by kids eleven or twelve why are you giving it at such a young age they're not sexually active and rats generally true here's the answer the vaccine works better when given earlier it elicits a better immunologic response and also you want to get them before the sexually active there is doctor ask second but when you look at the numbers this is me a bigger part of the public health congress asia it really does alex the numbers are are kind of.

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