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"Dennis Prager here. Thanks for listening to the daily Dennis Prager podcast to hear the entire three hours of my radio show Commercial free every single day become a member of Prager topia You'll also get access to 15 years worth of archives as well as the daily show prep subscribe at Prager topia calm Hello, my friends, I'm Dennis Prager great to be with you. I hope the feeling is mutual And I assume to a large extent it is because that's why you're tuning in America has been Divided often there always been people if you will on the left people on the right Certainly, there was a division over slavery. That was dramatic to the point of hundreds of thousands of Americans slaughtered in a civil war What is new in the division today There are a number of things and it's a worthy topic Certainly come to the fore because of the indictments or the charges brought against The leading Republican contender and a former president unprecedented actions in the United States Presidented in virtually every dictatorship What is new is that the two sides have a different perspective Have not just a different perspective that's much that's much too mild The two sides have a different perception that's the word I wanted of reality See the north and south did not differ on facts They differed in values, but not on facts We have today not only Values that are diametrically opposed to one another between left and right We we don't even agree and this this is what is the first on reality If you think it is fair For biological men to compete in women's sports. It's not a matter of values Where where where why is this a values issue? This is a reality issue either. It's fair or It's unfair. That's that's a fact either men have an advantage Whether or not they call themselves women or they don't have an advantage whether or not they call themselves women either men who say their women should be put in women's prisons and women's locker rooms or they shouldn't That is not a difference in values that is a difference in reality We perceive reality differently. I read the New York Times editorial defending Jack Smith We don't agree on on reality. It is not again only an issue of values There is a values issue you better have a massive massive reason unprecedentedly serious reason to arrest a former president and the leading contender of the opposition or you are communists or Fascists or any term you wish to use for people who wish to have dictatorial rule in a country There isn't outside of Alan Dershowitz there isn't a liberal let alone a leftist of whom I am Oh, yeah, there is a Jonathan Turley right Jonathan Turley is another liberal And I say that despite the fact that Jonathan Turley attacked me many years ago Bizarre it just shows you how deep this stuff is because he writes a lot of very good stuff He called me a Judeo -Christian fascist. Did you know that? That that was a new term I've been called everything but Judeo -Christian fascist Because we know the history of Judeo -Christian fascism is so long and dark what It's Yes Anyway another by the way, it's another example of we know what they know and they know they don't know what we don't They don't even read our perspective or hear it or watch it. We we have all we know theirs. I read the New York Times How many New York Times readers read the Wall Street Journal editorial page? This is a terrible a terrible day in America, I Wrote 20 years ago that we're having a civil war and I said and I pray it remains nonviolent I'm not sure that this is not an act of violence isn't isn't every arrest an act of violence Now it as I have I wrote many years ago. There's moral violence and immoral violence So you may say it's moral violence arresting people and it usually is But it is violence and if it's not moral You you have Done something that only the Lord knows what it can lead to It's a very very very very bad thing in American life He told pernicious is that the word what was the adjective for the word lies In the indictment that the headline of the New York Times yesterday We'll find it He was let's see This Is the wrong one I want to get today's Column from the new the or the way the New York Times has reported it There we go You should know by the way, this is very distressing Judges signed to Trump Trump federal case Tanya should come shut Ken Has sometimes handed down sentences tougher than the one sought by prosecutors The woman is a left -wing activist That is who the judges the federal judge The federal judge assigned to former President Donald Trump's latest criminal case Has been publicly critical of January 6th as imposed lengthy sentences on Trump supporters Who went into the Capitol I Know one such John strand who's in not only prison but a particularly Severe prison and all he did is video of him. All he did was enter the Capitol These Most of the the vast majority of the people who went to the Capitol that day went to demonstrate Not to insurrect the day they used insurrection I Realized we're entering The realm of propaganda I He's used the Reichstag fire and I was right The German Parliament was burned in 1933 just as Hitler assumed power in Germany and The Nazis used that fire as an excuse to jail opponents and and rule by Dictatorial decree Ever hear of the term state of emergency Yes, that's what they did Should come a former public defender has shown a scrupulous concern for the rights of criminal defendants During the final years of the Trump administration. She repeatedly frustrated Justice Department efforts to accelerate the execution of federal inmates The Supreme Court reinstated the executions she blocked Supreme Court has overturned her Chitkin would oversee a trial into the case Which she hasn't yet scheduled Trump will make his initial appearance in the case Thursday afternoon. That's today, correct? That hearing is expected to be overseen by US magistrate judge Moxilla Upadhyaya Upadhyaya The indictment unsealed on Tuesday Which accuses Trump of criminal scheme of a criminal scheme to stay in power? after his election defeat the reading from the Wall Street Journal has been randomly assigned to Chutkan a 2014 Obama appointee Who was confirmed by the Senate on a 95 to 0 vote Like to know who the five were Who voted against her? She's not inclined to give people involved the benefit of the doubt Said Douglas Berman a professor of criminal law at the Ohio State University Two worlds in one country Gold dealers are a dime a dozen. They're everywhere what sets these companies apart and whom can you really trust? This is Dennis Prager for am fed coin and bullion my choice for buying precious metals when you buy precious metals It's imperative that you buy from a trustworthy and transparent dealer that protects your best interests So many companies use gimmicks to take advantage of inexperienced gold and silver buyers be cautious of brokers offering Free gold and silver or brokers that want to sell you overpriced collectible coins Claiming they appreciate more than gold and silver What about hidden commissions and huge markups Nick Grovitch and his team at am fed always have your back. I trust this man It's why I mentioned him by name Nick's been in this industry over 42 years and he's proud of providing transparency and fair pricing to build trusted Relationships if you're interested in buying or selling call Nick Grovitch and his team at am fed coin and bullion 800 2 2 1 7 6 9 4 American federal .com American federal .com So the judge that is overseeing the Prosecution and I would say persecution of Donald Trump is a left -wing activist She was part of lawyers for Obama She's the person overseeing the trial she's the judge She is regularly handed down sentences in line with or above what prosecutors recommend That is very rare. By the way making numerous statements concerning the seriousness of the attack on the Capitol and the future threat of political violence driven by Anti -democratic sentiments said John Lewis a research fellow at George Washington University's program on extremism This is all reported in the Wall Street Journal The New York Times is livid with regard to Donald Trump and The his lie that the election was dishonest Let's say it was a lie Do you understand that you're allowed to lie except under oath You're allowed to say a lot of horrible things Nazis demonstrated in front of a Georgia synagogue last month and when the police were asked why they didn't stop them they said because they're exercising their free speech and I am a Jew and I agreed with the police If free speech is allowed it allows for terrible speech it even allows for lies. I Am allowed to say the earth is flat. Is that a lie? Can I be arrested if I get a public forum and say the earth is flat? No First of all, sometimes lie is not clear. Sometimes lie is used as a political weapon We're told that we lie by saying that men and women are basically different. That's a lie It's a lie. We're told by the American Medical Association That it is a lie that men have an advantage in sports Right, these are all lies The stabilizing that's right. Okay, you're allowed a lie, but you can't tell a destabilizing lie to Say that this is not the America I grew up in is like saying that it is cold in the North Pole It is not, you know, I do a podcast with a 23 year old young woman Dennis and Julie it's called and you would love it. It's It's quite remarkable. She's quite remarkable. So I have Philosophized over the following question Who has it worse emotionally? young people Who never saw a free America? Or those of us who are old and did see a free America and are watching it disappear. I Don't have an answer to that question Mm Memories are very powerful and can be a source of comfort and they can be a source of distress if the memories are Over I Don't have an answer to that question. She doesn't either She sort of doesn't understand the America that I grew up in. She believes me. She understands the words When I was a kid, I remember this so vividly I grew up in Brooklyn, New York, we would play stickball in the street So, you know the guys would yell at each other and some guy would say something stupid or mean or whatever and somebody would say shut up and That kid would say Hey, it's a free country That was the answer of the guy who said stupid things are even cursed It's a free country. It was built in you could say anything Even things that are wrong or at least perceived as wrong The president of the United States and the leader of the opposition is going on trial Because he said things that the opposition doesn't believe are true The my favorite is Jack Smith wrote in the indictment That Trump knew that it was a lie that what he was saying was a lie Really then why don't we put Donald Trump on a lie detector There was no doubt in my mind that he is a certain That he was defrauded of the election as you are that Of your name. He is as certain of that as you are of whatever your name is This is what we've come to It has been a revelation to me in my older age You know, you think you know a lot especially if you spend your life thinking and writing and talking I Never realized until the last few years How many people are governed by emotions Trump is the perfect example People I respected voted Democrat because they hate Donald Trump It is better to ruin America then vote for a man. I hate I Feeling is another country where this is happening. Well, we'll talk about that in the next segment But that's it people are emotionally driven One of you wanted a lie, here's a lie. I'm about to tell you a lie that the Enlightenment ushered in the age of reason I Wish we were living in the age of reason If we were living in the age of reason forget a Judeo -christian age just the age of reason Donald Trump would not be on trial It is pure undiluted Passion So here's the question Is there a more powerful force than hatred? Another Question I don't know the answer to People are willing to destroy this country because they hate one man That's fascinating All right, we continue To remind you that August is fundraising month for PragerU. Please make a donation during the break a Meliorate thank you amelia rate. Excellent Sean Sean has a slight OCD problem, but it's very slight If you realize what I've accused Sean of white supremacy OCD My guests are true experts on the Middle East they're in from Israel Felice and Michael Friedson, I've known them for years. They're wonderful human beings and they're honest You know if I didn't ask you personally and I'm not even sure now I know your politics Which is such a credit to you to you both So Israel has been wracked with unprecedentedly large Demonstrations, so I'm curious you heard me you were in the studio and I said, oh Maybe you didn't might have been right before you came in I said America is now one country and two worlds. Is that true for Israel? Is it that severe? Israel is fighting Internally, I'm not so sure that they're trying to Undo what was done as much as they're seeing openings to pick up the power that they might be able to get their hands on so each side is looking for the mechanics of Functioning in a government where they say things are unconstitutional and yet there's no Constitution or laws Go through on the way to being approved as a law of the country Goes through a system whereby somebody will yell it's unconstitutional and have to go through the Constitution committee But yet there's no Constitution. Yeah, that's a phenomenon I will admit but I am curious about the depths of the division what I described about America Do you would you say that about Israel today? It's two countries or two worlds People won't talk about it. It's the kind of discussion that certain things are off limits nobody wants to be accused of doing something because they don't like the sardine where the Ashkenazim where they're taking those kind of intranasian battle Decree you have the phenomenon and I I I shudder to ask the question Do you have the phenomenon that we have in America and I'm telling you it is widespread of Children, I don't mean five -year -olds or ten -year -olds I mean 20 and 30 year olds who will not speak to a parent because of how they voted It's starting to seep in that's what I was about to add and you are beginning to see this happen. Really? Yes Yes, so this has been very divisive But you know Dennis I have to say there are issues here that are far more serious. You're looking at Iranian nuclear proliferation Imagine around October November it could happen and Israel has to go solo Something kicks up off the war. There's been all kinds of tests on borders with Israel whether it's Lebanon It's all of Iran's proxies and all of a sudden you have reservists right now that are saying that we're not going to show up Because of the judicial reforms and we're talking about 10 ,000 or more reservists. We're talking about Air Force pilots We're talking about those that manned drones we're talking about intelligence officers and you can read this every day This is getting to the heart of the nation so I ask you that even if Prime Minister Netanyahu may be correct and if even if you agreed with Prime Minister Netanyahu in terms of the fact of how judicial reforms should play out and when Sometimes the timing for the sake of a nation's security Might be more important and I'm throwing that out because I think people sometimes stop short and don't look at the big picture So even if Netanyahu and his supporters are right It's not it may not be the time because of the security issue. It's one one I have to admit I read that there were people members of the Air Force for example who threatened this and I couldn't believe it because Iran doesn't care if you're pro or anti Netanyahu pro or anti judicial reforms They want to kill you like the Nazis did not distinguish between left -wing and right -wing Jews secular and religious Jews They don't see it that way. They are willing to jeopardize Israel These reservists because of politics. Yes That's how bad it's gotten. So I think that Israel is at a very dangerous moment Where there's such a discomfort look you have high -tech Israel with many of the techies taking their companies already and moving out Now I hear it's happening now too with the doctors and I think that's probably less so but when you have two industries That are so vital to the state of Israel. Then you have to ask yourself why now? You have to ask yourself if you're an activist in Netanyahu's camp, yes you do So the question that many are asking is why now Well, the opportunity presented itself now Yeah Because he won with the elections were coming and going coming and going and finally you got a chance to put the numbers together Right. What's what has people? Pounding their heads against the wall is wondering why when the For example, we're now at something like 30 or 29 consecutive weekends of multi tens of thousands of people marching in the streets We fly in an airplane headed to Israel and we hear the conversations like oh, we'll meet you after the demonstration Or you know, I'm coming to visit Israel I may not go to the Western Wall this time, but I'm not going to miss the demonstration on Saturday night it's become the culture of the country and as it spread each sector within the nation is putting their hat in the ring to be the deciding factor of pushing the Numbers over the top. I guess you'd say what do the supporters of the current situation? Of the the anti -netanyahu folks, what is their argument with regard to the Supreme Court? That they should be allowed to rule on anything without reference to any Constitution Well, I give the this Constitution that aspect of it has fascinated me free free decades Now the idea that when they say it they believe they're talking about something being unconstitutional But they don't take the next step to describe how it becomes unconstitutional because that's their opinion That's why we have what's called the reasonable yes, that's that the reasonableness clause Yeah, all right, we're gonna be back in a moment Folks two great countries are in trouble That's the bottom line the US and Israel to democratic The editors of the editors of the media line org a source of non -biased news about the Middle East Michael and Felice Fritzen are in town from Israel and What they're describing? I mean we have not reached the point where we have Members of the armed forces taking a political position and saying they they won't show up That's I have to say that's that's scary and we're not threatened with existential annihilation like Israel is If these people don't show up a Hesitation is everything and if they're not practicing it's a big problem What is their what is their statement This is not a country worth defending if we don't get our way on the on judicial reform That's basically this the gist of it if you will leave that part of the imagination, but clearly that's what they're saying It's not a democracy anymore and because it will cease to be a democracy if these So if this this notion it will cease to be a democracy That's what they say here on the left.
"american medical association" Discussed on WTOP
"American Medical Association in partnership with the Office of Minority Health and Health Resources and Services Administration this is wtop news everything need every time you listen wtop producers desk is wired by IBEW local six where electrical contractors come to grow thursday morning june twenty ninth twenty twenty three welcome in one this early a m our thursday to wt lp glad you're with us indeed lane one rare is our producer on the top stories were following for you as we roll into this early morning together here in wt lp we remain this morning under code read air quality on thursday which is unhealthy for everyone we were of course a code stevar wednesday but things quickly changed as hazy air continues to blow into our area right now from those wildfires that are still burning this hour in canada we're being told people are encouraged to limit outdoor activities suggested and that you wear a mask if you are outside stay with wt lp the full forecast minutes is away heat warnings wednesday stretching across the south with scorching temps blamed for at least 13 deaths in texas and another in louisiana wtfv tv's olivia michael spoke to a doctor in nashville about how to deal with the heat we think of heat illness is a spectrum dr killer barrett works at vanderbilt university medical center he says the hospital is bracing for an influx of patients with heat related illnesses so when we have high temperatures it impacts your abilities your body's ability to sort of get rid of heat by sweating evaporation that ability to cool off that can make the difference between heat exhaustion or heat broke now it is suggestion that if you see someone experiencing heat stroke he says you need to call 911 right away wtop at 133 the next two days could bring record levels of us air travel for the long holiday weekend and if you were flying with kids it can be sometimes well stressful wtop Capitol Hill correspondent Mitchell Miller today on the hill Thursday morning a bill before Congress seeks take to a bit of that stress away when you and your kids get on the plane Virginia Congresswoman Abigail Spanberger is the co -sponsor of legislation that would prohibit airlines from charging additional fees for seating kids 13 and younger with their parents most airlines with a few exceptions do charge extra to get young next to mom or dad Congress meanwhile is considering the FAA's reauthorization legislation still to considered be whether more long -range flights in and out of Reagan National Airport will be allowed supporters say they'll provide more options opponents argue they'll lead to more delays on Capitol Hill Mitchell Miller WTOP News the Supreme Court is getting ready to decide some of the biggest cases of its term the survival of affirmative action in higher education the subject of two related cases one involving Harvard in the other the University North of Carolina this morning Lori Levinson professor at Loyola Law School says that the Supreme Court is likely to overturn affirmative action across the country it doesn't mean that the colleges aren't to going try the best they can to diversify their classes the problem is is that in those jurisdictions where the states have already limited affirmative action some of these alternatives just have not worked and so they've seen a significant drop in students of color attending universities the Biden administration has said that getting rid of race -conscious college admissions would have a destabilizing effect he thinks that would cause the ranks of black and Latino students students to plummet at the nation's most selective schools now to Mr. Trump this morning Donald Trump suggesting that he will not apparently participate in the first GOP primary debate this summer in August now NBC is reporting that the former president is planning his own apparent counter -programming during that debate mr. Trump has criticized Fox News which is holding the debate in Milwaukee of using him for still some of his advisors tell NBC this week that he will not be able to resist the spotlight and could end up participating anyway we'll just have to stay tuned in the meantime former President Trump on another front is is now now suing the advice columnist that won a sexual abuse lawsuit against him lawyers for Donald Trump filed papers this week on that issue Tuesday saying that E. Jean Carroll should pay him unspecified compensatory and punitive damages in the case and rich at the same time retract her damaging statements a jury Kerry you remember awarded her five million dollars back in the spring in May a month ago Carol's lawyers filed a rewritten defamation lawsuit seeking at least ten million dollars more from mr. Trump over comments he made after the jury verdict in the case she claims mr. Trump raped her in the mid 1990s in a luxury department store dressing room he has denied the claims. WTOP at 136. CBS News Brief New York Yankees pitcher Domingo Herman threw the first then a decade June 28th of 2023 he did it Wow the courtesy of the yes Network the Supreme Court with big cases left to decide including one about religious freedom involving a Christian mail carrier who refused to work on Sundays legal analyst Lori Levinson. Overall the Supreme Court has wanted to change the standards regarding religious rights and we can expect that they will expand the religious right under the First Amendment. Triple -digit temps in Texas Juan Ramirez is working through it. The motion gets real bad because we don't have any protection inside the home so it gets pretty hot. 14 people have died due to the excessive heat CBS News Brief I'm Stacy Lin. Oh it's all good. Thanks to my new friend Optima Health I'm feeling footloose and fancy free these days. 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"american medical association" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Plus, what's even more unofficial detectives in much love including Agatha Christie's Marple, Murder in Provence and more. Expect intriguing mystery. Expect the undetectives. Start streaming today at BritBox .com. 145 over 92. 180 over 111. I had a heart attack then and a stroke. Your blood pressure numbers could change your life. Lowering your high blood pressure could save you from a heart attack or stroke. If you've stopped your treatment plan, restart it or talk to your doctor about creating one works that better for you. Start taking the right steps at ManageYourBP .org. Now I'm trying to get better, stronger than ever. Brought to you by the American Heart Association, American Medical Association and the Ad Council. The news Washington in has a ripple effect on the country and the world. The president did address our relationship with China today. why That's we bring you the top headlines from Capitol Hill every weekday afternoon. Redhead on the terminal. breaking This is right now. Bloomberg Sound On with Joe Matthew. Should we eliminate the debt limit or reform it somehow? Weekday Afternoons at 1 Eastern. The story has reached the White House Briefing Room on Bloomberg Radio. The Bloomberg Business App or listen on demand wherever you get your podcasts. Thanks for watching. Mm mhm. This is Bloomberg Business Week with Carol Lasser and Tim Stanoveck from Bloomberg Radio. India is an incredibly exciting market. It's a major focus for us and the dynamism in the market. The vibrancy is unbelievable. There are a lot people of coming into the middle class, and I really feel that India is at a tipping point, it's great to be there. That was Apple CEO Tim Cook on his company's most recent earnings call, and he's far from the only high powered executive who is bullish on the world's most populous nation.
US study finds 1 in 10 get long COVID after omicron, starts identifying key symptoms
"A new study finds about 10% of people who had the omicron variant of COVID-19 have symptoms of long COVID, but it's a smaller number than originally thought. New research published in the journal of the American medical association studied nearly 9000 adults who had COVID-19 and compared them with those who hadn't been infected. At first, it looked like one in three were getting long COVID. But once more patients were added and the symptoms could be tracked in real time, it looks more like one in ten still had symptoms after 6 months. The national Institutes of health is working to better understand why some people develop long-term debilitating health issues. And others make full recoveries. About a dozen symptoms are found in long COVID, including fatigue, brain fog, stomach, or heart issues, loss of smell or taste, sexual problems, and chronic cough. I'm Jackie Quinn.
"american medical association" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"One 80 over one 11. I had a heart attack and a cardiac arrest, and then a stroke. Your blood pressure numbers could change your life. Lowering your high blood pressure could save you from a heart attack or stroke. If you stopped your treatment plan, restart it, or talk to your doctor about creating one that works better for you, start taking the right steps and manage your BP dot org. Now I'm trying to get better. Shorter than ever. Brought to you by the American Heart Association American medical association and the ad council. Wherever your business takes you, Bloomberg radio is here with you. Breaking economic news, crossing the Bloomberg. Powered by 2700 journalists and analysts. So let's get to some of the day's gainers. In more than 120 countries around the world. We are seeing a flatter picture for European stocks this morning. We're the only 24/7 global business radio platform. This market regime is going to come with more volatility. Bloomberg radio, the Bloomberg business app and Bloomberg radio dot com. What is dedication? My daughter is biological and my son is adopted. I love them both so much from the morning when you wake up to putting them to bed at night and every moment in between. I think parents job is to protect our children, but also prepare them for the world, so they become good, kind, human beings. That's dedication. Find out more at fatherhood dot gov. Brought to you by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and the ad council. Even at a time when almost nothing is easy, one thing has been effortless. Now, our most important stories of the morning. Accessing the world's latest financial and political news. Fears of a global resection grow wake up with Bloomberg daybreak, Europe edition. Available now on your podcast be each weekday morning by 7 a.m. in London. Get the news you need to start your day in just 15 minutes. Subscribe to Bloomberg daybreak Europe edition today on apple's Spotify and everywhere you get your podcasts.
Kansas passes bill to end gender-affirming care for minors
"Kansas lawmakers have passed a bill that would punish doctors who provide gender affirming care for transgender youth, but it's not likely to become law. Kansas governor Laura Kelly, a Democrat is expected to veto a Republican backed bill passed in the wee hours Friday morning, proposing to revoke the medical licenses of doctors who provide gender affirming care to minors in Kansas, supporters say they are trying to protect children from side effects or changes that can't be reversed. State senator Mike Thompson described it as pushback from parents. Medical association say the care can be vital for mental health and suicide prevention, doctor Beth aller, a small town Kansas position,
Dennis Has His Own Theories About Unhappy Young Americans
"No idea how many reports are coming out about how many unhappy young Americans there are. And I have many, many theories as to why. There is no reason why in the freest country or until three years ago the freest country in the world, and I mean that literally I don't mean that as acute line. We are no longer the freest country in the world. I don't know who is, but we are not. We were for all of our history. And the shattering that was allowed in the name of health, in the name of health, you can basically do anything to human beings. You can crush their lives. I saw that I'm not going to spend a lot of time on this, but I need to just say this. Health is the God to whom we sacrifice people. Mandating vaccines to young people, where the chances of their being hurt are greater than the chances of their being helped. The forcing of people to lock down. And the cruelty of not allowing dying people to be with a loved one. The medical profession took part in one of the cruelest exercises on a broad social basis in American history. It began the end of my admiration for the medical profession in this country. Which reached full status with the American medical association announcing that birth certificates should not list the sex of the child that is born because there is no sex of a child that is born. You can't assign one, they'll decide what they are later.
Can We Trust Medical Authorities?
"So as an anti vaping piece up at the daily mail. Vaping hit the mainstream in the 2010s and was viewed as a safe smoking cessation tool that could finally wean millions of tobacco users off cigarettes. Though it may seem foreign and outlandish now there was a time not too long ago during which a person could vape indoors even on hospital property in some cases. I still don't know why, why that's bad. Forget hospitals. It's not smoke. It's vapor. Just for the record. It is not smoke. Okay. And we continue. But scientific evidence pointing to their deleterious effects is piling up, and shows they cause nearly or as much damage as traditional cigarettes. See, I think that's a lie. I think it. I don't know it. The problem is, I don't trust anything coming out on any controversial issue. From these medical authorities any longer. You have to pay a price when the American medical association announces that the sex of a child should not be listed on a birth certificate because we don't know the sex of a child. When that is the official statement of the American medical association, when the American academy of pediatrics says that it is defends the idea of removing girls breasts because she says she's a boy, I'm supposed to listen to medical authorities,
"american medical association" Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts
"You still have to have first and foremost the commitment to truth. When the Mayo Clinic lists have often point out on their website, at least they did last, I checked that cigars are as dangerous as cigarettes. It is obvious that the Mayo Clinic is more committed to health than it is to truth. Because it's a lie. It's a pure unadulterated lie. It is as big a lie as blue is yellow. By the way, blue is the opposite of yellow. If you. Do work in color. The more blue the less yellow. So he is a perfect example of someone committed to truth. He has nothing has had nothing to gain. And so he has, in fact, he is exhibited all the traits of great. He has incredible courage in his case as in most cases, but not all, because there's always an issue of physical courage, but he has the courage to tell the truth. And the American medical association has neither courage nor commitment to truth. The American medical association is composed of mediocrities. The opposite of great people. It is easy to be a mediocrity. It is difficult to be great. When their day of death arrives, if tombstones were honest, they would save for the heads of the American medical association. Here lies a mediocrity. So the second characteristic of greatness is commitment to truth. Wherever it leads. Big one. Number three, you in order to be a great person, you may not strive to be loved by every one. This I have mentioned to you, but I don't expect you to have remembered it. We should strive to be loved by friends and by a spouse. And that's it. Anything else where wanting to be loved is dominant? Will make you do the job badly. A teacher who wants to be loved will not teach well, a political leader who wants to be loved will not lead well. A parent who wants to be loved will not be a good parent. Every parent wants to be loved. But it can not direct your parenting. We continue. Hello, are we bummy?.
Who Do You Trust?
"Realize that you heard more truth from this non doctor than you did from your doctor, the odds are. Unlock downs on masks, probably on vaccination, certainly for young people. I think it's a disgrace. I'm not, I'm not telling you this because I'm proud of myself. I'm telling you this because it's a disgrace. I'm a lay person in terms of medicine. However, I really, really, really, really have a commitment to truth. I am crazed on the truth issue. Crazed. Because I know, in the depths of my soul and conscience, that lies lead to horror. This government has lied to us so much, I trust nothing that it says. That doesn't mean I think it always lies. I just tell you, I trust nothing. I trust nothing coming from the American medical association from the teachers unions. Do you trust them?
The Greatest Threats to Our Liberty
"One existential threat is to liberty and freedom of speech and all the freedoms that go under the heading of liberty. From the world's left from the World Economic Forum to the Democratic Party in the United States. And all the organizations that support it, like the medical associations, et cetera the other existential threat, these two Israel on the part of Iran. Which repeatedly vows to exterminate the State of Israel. That's an existential threat. There is no existential threat to biological life. Or to human life. That's a gigantic lie. Stop being a climate denier. It's being a truth teller with regard to existential threats. But in the name of avoiding existential threat, the left is capable of depriving people of liberty. And that is exactly what is taking place. Now taking place in Davos with the World Economic Forum. Headed by German, Claus fob. Funny, I have a number of wonderful German Friends, and they know my belief. They don't have much say against it. One of my ways of understanding the last 150 years of the world is Germany is always wrong.
Corruption in the Medical Profession
"It's very interesting. Doctors are calling in that it had nothing to do with the vaccine. I didn't say it did. I say that if you don't investigate, you are engaged in malpractice, whether you're a doctor or not a doctor. All the young men who are dying, the increase in malaria carditis or other phenomena of the heart in young men is worthy of investigation, but they don't investigate. So I'm just summarizing their people calling in. No, he got it because he was hit. Really? How many football players are hit in any one game, and none of them dropped dead or nearly dropped in on the field. A few seconds later. I'm sure that the adrenaline or whatever. From the normal tackle instigated the event I have, he didn't happen while he was crossing the street. I fully acknowledge that. But if you were a doctor and you don't call for an investigation, then you're not true to your calling as a doctor. But I have given up on the medical profession since the American medical association announced that there's no such thing as sex that you're born with. That's the American medical association. I've given up on the medical community since the American academy of pediatrics announced that it supports a girls having their breast cut off if they're healthy, but they say their boys. The corruption of your profession, if you're a doctor, is steep. And if you don't protest it, you are part of the problem of America today. I'm sure you are a nice person, nice people do most damage in the world.
"american medical association" Discussed on Defocus Media Podcast Network
"I think that's something that all of these, you know, students, season ODs, new graduates need to realize is that you need to be able to understand that patient that's sitting in front of you. You need to be able to speak and fame language that they speak. You may have some folks that want that real high level. You may have those patients that want to get into the weeds of things, but it's your job to figure out how to communicate with them. That way you can have the best health outcomes. But you have to understand the patients that's in front of you. Every patient that walks through your door, learn about them. Learn from them because these patients all come in themes. They have similar ways of doing things. And you'll know how to approach each one, but first listen and learn and have conversation and communicate with them as well. That's exactly right. Communication is the best tool in my toolbox. It's true. There you go, my friend. Let's talk about the next one, man. Quantify it or qualify it. I talk more and more exciting, dry eye talk. Okay. So this was an interesting article I came across here in the journal of the American medical association, ophthalmology, talking about just a big retrospective retrospective study about dry eye studies that have been out. So since 2010, there have been 13 large studies of into dry eye that they found going through two big research databases, Ovid, medline, and M base. And looking through these databases and reading these articles, these reviews, they were surprised to really find how poorly dry ice seems to be defined. You know, we have consensus definitions about what is age related macular degeneration. What is glaucoma? We have consensus definitions that help us guide treatment and dry. I doesn't really have that. And so the biggest takeaway from this article was just how different these numbers are and how much it would benefit our treatment if we could all agree on what exactly we're treating. Yeah. That may help, right? Absolutely. Yeah. Absolutely. I mean, sometimes they were going off of ICD-10 diagnoses and other times they were feeding off just patient symptoms. This patient says their eyes feel dry, so that's dry. So yeah, that would be good to have a more standardized definition. Absolutely. And what's so crazy is, you know, dry eye has been around for so long. When you look at Mack Liz generation and other ocular disease or issues, they all are able to have that full picture, but with dry eye for some reason, it's just wide open.
"american medical association" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
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Steve Deace: The Woke Cancer Have Metastasized Throughout the U.S.
"It's very clear I mean just two days ago Dan the American medical association issued a fatwa basically Your cell and rushdie and you've written the satanic versus if you dare to question their narrative on mutilating children So yes Our sons And so those are all the same people that orchestrated this It's very clear and it's sad and I hate admitting things like this You know I was kidding my audience the last year I've suddenly I'm just Alex Jones with Bible verses now okay But the reality is that the woke cancer the spirit of the age as I like to call it these tumors if un confronted and not treated they metastasize throughout a body And they have metastasized throughout the socioeconomic political cultural body of the country here called the United States of America The public institutions are largely gone When you can now identify Dan how someone votes on their willingness to slavishly follow easily disprovable public health edicts That's a bad place for your culture to be in The fact that not even public health something that absolutely ought to unite people or living together we're sharing the same ecosystem here Even that has become as divisive and politicized as any other debate that just goes to show you how politicized these institutions have become They have long ago abandoned science And I think COVID didn't break anybody I think it revealed a lot of things that a lot of the things we already saw trending in the realm of science with things like we don't know when a life begins We don't know what a climate is I don't trust the ten day forecast but I trust your 10,000 year forecast right now All that just rolled right over into COVID beginning March 16th 2020 with the unveiling about original fake doomsday study from imperial college that shut down the world
"american medical association" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Dot org Now I'm trying to get better Shorter than ever Brought to you by the American Heart Association American medical association and the ad council Welcome back to Bloomberg opinion listeners and let's get straight back to our conversation on Twitter and Elon Musk with made Levine So Matt let's continue to talk about the financing Why would these things and we're talking Morgan Stanley Bank of America Barclays and on and on Why would they give Musk commitment letters if they didn't think this would be a profitable move Well it's interesting right So he doesn't have a commitment letter is for many equity partners And he might still He might apparently negotiate with equity partners I don't understand I'm personally why you'd want to be an equity partner in this deal He said he doesn't want to make money He's going to be very controlling He has said already that he wants to make decisions that seem like possibly bad business decisions like cutting back on advertising which he thinks is bad for free speech but is have Twitter makes 90% of its money So if I were an equity partner I would be very nervous about going in on this deal that he controls and that he doesn't want to make money on But on the debt side which is where he's lined up $25 billion of financing from big banks I think it's a lot easier to justify that About half of that debt financing is a margin loan against his Tesla shares At a very low loan to value ratio He's putting up 5 times as many shares as he's getting back in money So I think if you're one of those lenders you feel very good that you have really good collateral against your loan and you're going to get paid back So the other half of the package is sort of traditional leveraged buyout financing to Twitter So if you buy Twitter Twitter will take a bank loans and bonds to finance the deal That looks risky from just the sort of traditional financial metrics where does the debt is like through 9 times EBITDA And EBITDA is an estimate and doesn't reflect the possibility that Elon Musk will do things advertising Destroy all of their revenue But that said you're not really thinking about this I think like an LBO loan to a company within consistent cash flows You're thinking of it as another loan a more senior loan to the richest person in the world And he likes Twitter and if Twitter doesn't make enough money to service this debt what are the odds that Elon Musk will put some money in to service the debt instead of losing Twitter to Morgan Stanley I don't know They're probably pretty good They could see Morgan Stanley saying take that risk because the richest person in the world is not going to give up this toilet He just bought Speaking of toilet you're reminding me of one of the headlines that this produced which was Jonathan V last Musk Twitter same toilet different plunger Which brings me a little bit to the social aspect of all of this Obviously it's a free speech play it's a democracy play but we have to ask ourselves would Elon Musk re platform Donald Trump for example how would he not have this whole platform turn into fortune Is he going to hire a content moderator He's anti union so will people go work from There are so many operational questions to wonder about You have to wonder if it wouldn't irreparably fundamentally change Twitter In some ways if he was the CEO or the owner Well one interesting thing there as you said CEO or the owner the thing that I am perhaps most curious about in this bid is who would be the CEO of a Twitter on balon Musk He at some point made some noises about liking paragard or all the current CEO but he has now sort of turned against that and said that he can not invest in Twitter with current management So the currency I was out He seems to have some sort of weird dynamic with Jack Dorsey the founder and former CEO I don't know why Jack would come back But outside of possibility it seems very unlikely that Elon Musk would be the CEO of Twitter although you never know because he's the CEO of like three other companies So it's not impossible But someone I think would have to sort of run the company day to day And I think that being the number two to Elon Musk at Twitter when he has these very strongly expressed but somewhat unclear opinions about how to run Twitter It would be a very difficult job You would be very much second guessed and undermined as the sort of strategic leader of the company So I don't know I don't think anyone knows the answers to a lot of these questions I think he would replatform Donald Trump I think he would err in the direction of banning less abusive speech But I think he has said he wouldn't be anti all moderation right I think he would ban illegal things of which there are a lot on the Internet And it's a real challenge for platforms like this to moderate But I think he's also interested in cracking down on spam and scammy crypto schemes which are often done using his name right I mean pretending to be Elon Musk to get people to send you bitcoins as a long-standing thing that I think annoys him rightly So I don't think he's opposed to all moderation of Twitter He would just sort of shift the dials to make it a little bit more right wing And at a high level I think that's what he wants At a practical level I don't know how he operationalizes that If you work at Tesla you wanted to go work for Elon Musk If you work at Twitter that's not the case right So it's possible that the top 1000 people at Twitter will quit and be replaced by a thousand people who want to work for Elon Musk But I don't know how that will work and it will be a tough transition I.
"american medical association" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"A show My memory is shot When I woke up I couldn't speak Lowering your high blood pressure could save you from a heart attack or stroke If you've stopped your treatment plan restart it or talk to your doctor about creating one that works better for you start taking the right steps at manage your BP dot org I sent a life But I want to make it better Coming back Ask your doctor check your blood pressure Brought to you by the American Heart Association American medical association and the ad council Not completing high school is more of a social thing than it was an academic thing Even though all these years have passed I still had that longing to have my diploma At age 30 Carissa finished her high school diploma If you're even considering getting your high school diploma you can do it No one gets a diploma alone If you're thinking of finishing your high school diploma you have help Find free adult education classes near you at finish your diploma dot org that's finish your diploma dot org brought to you by the Dollar General literacy foundation and the ad council Please specialize in complications We might have seen something massive today Bloomberg daybreak Asia You're in Asia We continue to see a big surge Weeknights at 6 eastern How does that influence your thinking on Bloomberg radio Broadcasting live from the Bloomberg interactive broker studio in New York Bloomberg and frio to Washington D.C. Bloomberg 99 one to Boston Bloomberg one O 6 one to San Francisco Bloomberg 9 60 to the country Syria's XM channel one 19 and around the globe the Bloomberg business app in Bloomberg radio dot com This is Bloomberg business week Are you bored.
'The Diversity Delusion' Author Heather Mac Donald on Young Americans' Move to the Left
"So Heather, I want to ask you about the study from axios that I'd love to get your commentary on it. The essence is that it shows that young people are going far to the left and they're not basically staying. And they're not conservative as conservatives prior generations. What would you attribute this to? You talk about this a lot in the diversity delusion. You talk about the several dynamics that come into play. How would you explain this? Well, it's a combination of overt ideology and prosperity. Decades decades, decades in America of stable society, limited government, extraordinary conquest of poverty, want disease, premature death, and young people have absolutely no idea what the west has accomplished to make their lives so, so cushy and so opportunity filled, but then of course that's the background and the more overt politicization is coming from the elite classes in the education establishment. And that are dedicated to tearing down the west that are filled with anti white hatred. They hate a civilization being too white and male. And they're very few competing voices. The establishment, you know, in the 50s, the establishment used to be viewed as conservative. And indeed, it often was the American bar association, the American medical association. These institutions were regarded as guardians of traditional bourgeois norms, respect for property, respect for the rule of law. And now they are almost indistinguishable from Brown university or Yale University or Harvard in their dedication to this phony ideology that says the white white supremacy and white racism is the defining characteristic of American
"american medical association" Discussed on Let Me Muse
"So the reality is we are really consumed in a society right now that talks a lot about us practicing self care, eating well, exercising things of that nature. And because it's a little oversaturated, I think we don't take it that serious, or we think that people are just talking. But the reality is these things have been well researched and linked to longevity. Just simply like eating well, exercising and embracing a positive lifestyle. There's even an article that I read in the journal of American medical association that linked all these things. Getting outside, it actually, which is interesting. They said that there's a 2019 study published in plenty of health. This is spending time in green spaces. Has been associated with lower mortality rates. So we see all it is, you know, the green and all the positivity, things that are nature and we just think that it's like this fad, but it's actually connected to human evolution in science that says, hey, if we do these things, we can actually have a better quality of life. So I don't think we should ignore it. I think we should embrace it. We should thank God that science has improving and we're discovering new things about the human body and we should really lean into it and see what can be beneficial for us in the long run. I know some of you are finding all this information difficult. You're thinking, you know what? I have children, our family, I have a job that's consuming. I don't have time in the day for myself. I know some of you guys listen to this and thought that. But I'm going to bring you back to a space a reality right now. The reality is we have 24 hours in a day. 7 or 8 of those hours should be dedicated to our sleep. So that leaves you and I was 16 to 17 hours. A free space. And I know it's not necessarily free because this field with other things. But we actually only need 30 minutes to an hour to dedicate to ourselves to just stop impulse. So I don't think the question really is, I don't have time or the statement. I think you should pose a question is do I actually want to make time for myself? Do I want to carve out the 30 minutes to prioritize my well-being? Do I want to make time so that I can function better for myself and for those around me? Reality is none of this should be an option. My self care shouldn't be an option. It should re looked at as like a must. Like we must do this in order to function well in order to do well. So this week, you can start today. Choose to say at this time, quote unquote, or at least have a goal. I'm gonna dedicate these 30 minutes. To myself to my mind to my health to my body and just carve it out, whereas literally just you, as you and God, right? Where you stop and you pause and you reset yourself. And I know it sounds silly, but I promise you it will help. And I hope you don't just brush this podcast off. In a hope you find it worth it. Because I promise you, none of us can continue to neglect ourselves, neglect our mind, neglect our organs and neglect our thoughts, neglect our physical bodies and our physical well-being, mental well being our spiritual well-being..
"american medical association" Discussed on Yeah, That's Probably an Ad
"Sorry together very quickly and they actually had an eight hundred number up On the end of that. Hbo airing and that was the birth of the trevor project. And they've been around ever since that's so wild you know it's like you hear it and you just assume there was a real a real person but i still love that. 'cause it's still a very human very real evolution and i love the responsibility kind of baked into that thinking right of. Hey if we're going to put this out there we need to have resources available But it's it's grown pretty precipitously since then. I mean there are obviously quite a few Lgbtq organizations The that many of us have heard about. But what was it specifically about trevor project. That really jumped out to to our panel of selection jury for brand save. Well i mean you could argue that. Most any nonprofit is probably engaged in some kind of meaningful work. You could probably say that about Any lgbtq plus nonprofit that that you could select But let me throw a statistic or to it you Every forty five seconds in this country and lgbtq plus young person. I mean between age thirteen and twenty four attempt suicide which means there have been. Several of them attempted since the start of this podcast And according to a study that i found in the journal of the american medical association Forty percent think about that. Nearly half of lgbtq plus high school students have seriously considered suicide and overall. They're nearly four times more likely to attempt it. So when you consider that. Trevor is obviously not the only organization that addresses itself to the needs of lgbt young people but they are dedicated toward addressing not just preventing suicide. It's important to talk about this. They also Have the resources or access to the resources to get young people out of crisis situations as well so it's not just a pep talk on the phone. They hang up they really you know they really do a kind of a full process. Depending on the person's need they also do. These numbers blew me away One hundred and fifty thousand crisis contacts as they call it in by that. I mean a phone. Call a text chat whatever form it takes One hundred fifty thousand of them were handled last year. And that's i mean that number alone is is staggering. Half of those calls from kids under eighteen. A third of them were from people of color and Trevor has close to eight hundred volunteers. That are They are around the clock and You know if if somebody is in crisis at two o'clock in the morning into pika and sends a text they will get an answer right away. So i don't know how else to make a case for how important that work is. Yeah that's really phenomenal. And and it feels like we're in such a can. It can be a very heavy reality of how much How how more much more aware we are right now of the extent of this like. I don't think it's. I don't think it's not like it's a new trend. Is the the most the most depressing part of these kinds of of stats. Stories is the fact that it's always been this. Bad right yeah they david you raise such an important point when i was Hard to imagine this..
U.S. Surgeon General Explains Biden's Latest COVID Response
"The debate over the Biden administration's covert nineteen vaccine mandate continues US Surgeon General Dr Vic mercy on NBC's meet the press explained that the president needed to move to the next phase of the culprit nineteen response due to the spreading delta variant that involves focusing not just on expanding the vaccination efforts through a combination that mandates and access but it also involves focusing on increasing our testing capacity shoring up our healthcare systems which are really struggling any added many businesses welcome the mandate the business roundtable I have said that this is the right move the American medical association certainly and outside I said this is the right move many Republican governors are spoken about lawsuits after the sweeping new vaccine requirements were announced actually after
Study: Nursing Home Deaths in 2020 Much Higher
"Nursing home deaths were much higher in twenty twenty official numbers from the CDC or missing about twelve percent of covert cases among nursing home residents and fourteen percent of deaths that's according to new estimates published in the journal of the American medical association network open by a Harvard researcher and her team it translates to thousands of missing data points suggesting more than one hundred and eighteen thousand nursing home residents died of covert nineteen last year the researchers attributed the data holes to the federal centers for Medicare and Medicaid services not asking nursing homes to report cases and deaths until may twenty twenty actually after
American Medical Association Won't Get Involved With Abortions but Does With Ivermectin
"So when it comes to abortion and advocating for abortion, The Amma says, Hey, nothing should get between a doctor and a patient even though when that doctor could prescribe an abortion is going to describe the procedure, potentially or do one. That would terminate a human life. The AMA's says, Don't you dare get between that doctor and the patient even though a life will be lost. Don't chew Dare. But then when it comes to a doctor who prescribes ivermectin because that doctor obviously believes it helps. I'm not that doctor I haven't taken I've ever met him. I haven't had covid 19 yet. I may get it. The left to wish me dead when I do. I'm sure Mark the date Jim 12 40 time. Check Friday, September 3rd Mark the date. The left will wish Dan Bongino dead. If I get covid. I'm sure of it. I don't worry. We're ready for it. My prepared my family. They're ready for the mean tweets. We hope you die sooner. That's okay. I'm used to it. But when it comes to the doctor patient relationship where doctor thinks I've ever met and can help a patient, the aim is like now you've that's a bridge too far. Whacking kids in the womb worked off. Don't worry. Don't get between that. Prescribing an anti parasitic you think could help for covid. If you're a doctor, I assume that's why you would prescribe it. I'm not a doctor. Why else would you prescribe it? Right? But I assume you've read the research and you think it could possibly help? That is definitely a bridge too far. We can't do any of that stuff. If that makes sense to you. Yes. I'm sorry to inform you. You have no principles. You may say you have principles. You may tell your kids you have principles, but you're in fact lying. You don't have principles. But you have a political aspirations and you alter your principles based on how you can acquire, maintain and project power. That is all your doing. Stop pretending! Stop lying to yourself. It's not okay. You're lying to you and everyone, right? You don't have any principles. The principles of fake they're made up.
American Medical Association Promotes Patient-Provider Relationship Except When It Comes to Ivermectin
"Here's the first headline American Medical Association slams the Texas abortion law as a blight on the patient provider relationship. American Medical Association, said it was disturbed by how the Texas law impedes an open and honest patient provider relationship. Okay, so hold on. We're just taking notes here. So the American Medical Association objects to that heartbeat Bill in Texas, which will save human lives, ironically, to the medical association. That's kind of bizarre, but for a minute, we'll just play along with him. So, the American Medical Association says, Don't you dare get involved in abortion law because it will get between the patient and the doctor, The patient and the doctor. All that matters. We need an open and honest Patient patient provider relationship. So we're gonna do a principal check here, right? So principles, check. Just checking with the audience. The Amma says here are our principles, the patient doctor relationship that primacy of that matters. Nothing should get between an honest their words honest and open their words to patient provider relationship. That's their principles. Correct. That's what they said, which is kind of odd, because when it comes to prescribing Ivor Mactan, a drug for some really bizarre, infantile reason leftists in America start foaming at the mouth about when you bring up. It's an anti parasitic FDA approved drug for the treatment of parasites. It's not approved by the FDA for treatment of Covid, but some doctors have prescribed it again. Those are facts I know left this don't like facts, but they are facts, right? So they just told us because of the abortion law. You shouldn't get between the doctor and the patient, which is really strange because here in this other release here, the same American Medical Association strongly opposes. The ordering, prescribing or dispensing of ivermectin to prevent or treat covid 19 outside of a clinical trial.
Joe Rogan Says He Tested Positive for Covid-19
"The broadcaster. Who has downplayed code. Vaccine's says that he has tested positive for covert and he's taking a litany of Things to of treatments including ivermectin. Which is the horse de. Wermer what we know about this. Yeah so i'm going to start by saying that. Fda has said that there is no. There is no approval for use of average or quebec nineteen. And there's no scientific evidence that ivermectin works unfortunately today no clinical trials of show that works for It is a disease that by the way is used for parasitic infections in humans as well but it's nowhere near the amount of evidence that we can use it in practice. Having said that right there is a need for. I think you know there is a need for oral medications antivirals and that's why the hhs has actually invested three billion dollars in developing these oral easily available. Antivirals could be used. But in the interim you know we've seen the statement from the fda. The american medical association actually associate actually came out and said the same thing today as guidance to physicians who might be prescribing visitors. All number Who maybe you know succumbing to pressure or or misinformation that there is no evidence and and we've seen already seen cases of toxicity and hospitalizations of people trying to take veterinarian medication level medications to try to take of nineteen. What's easier and proven to be effective is taking the vaccine that protects you reduces the infection and it's free it's cheapest available it's free and despite the misinformation out there experimental. It's actually an approved vaccine. That's been tested and continues to be tested on a daily
"american medical association" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary
"Company will need at least ten more. Soyuz rocket launches using facilities at bacchanal vostochny and french kiana in order to complete deployment of the initial block of one. Whip satellites this space time and meditate another brief. Look at some of the other stories making news in science this week with a science report and you study warns that younger kids are more likely than teenagers to pass on the curve in nineteen virus to caregivers and siblings. The findings reported in the journal of the american medical association. Based on the study of six thousand two hundred eighty canadian households. The authors.
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Rapid Virus Spread Through Indonesia Taxes Health Workers
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Dozens of Medical Groups Call for Vaccine Mandates for Health Workers
"Including the National Medical Association and the American Academy of Pediatrics, are calling for Covid 19 vaccines to be mandatory for health care and long term care workers. The letter states. A covid vaccine mandate is good for the workers' health and protects their patients. The Department of
Department of Veterans Affairs Requiring All Medical Staff to Get Vaccinated
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