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"baylor college medicine" Discussed on Houston Matters

Houston Matters

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"baylor college medicine" Discussed on Houston Matters

"Espn said yes and the other school he said yes as everybody else is now. So a certain part of me. I have to celebrate the hustle. You able to get a nationally televised game and you you did it. You made it and people who be who led average. Don't blame miss sycamore. Don't blame the coats. don't blame please. Open the door to let them in. So but just football i think they do. It was either. That are somewhat of one of these cyber pro teams and to your point greg in liza if you are out of high school and you get these high schools beat you then That's where the shame company. That's the only shame you should have. But i will end on on this because as i read the story as i heard it a thought about it. I was like man a team pretending to be a football team. They're not a real football team They record is awful. They play terribly It seems to be some sort of chaos and mismanagement. I was like the bishops. Sycamore is to houston texas. I knew that's where you're going in the nfl. Let them in and they let them play. They actually open a stadium and let them contest against other real professional teams. Wow go figure houston bishops. Sycamore texans there. we go. that's all i got. Got it all figured out. Thank you for that. Marcus davis owns the breakfast club and hosts fish grits and politics is also featured in the latest edition of texas monthly -gratulations. Marcus vivian ho is a university and baylor college medicine and lisa. Falkenberg is the editor of opinion for the houston chronicle..

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"baylor college medicine" Discussed on Houston Matters

Houston Matters

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"baylor college medicine" Discussed on Houston Matters

"Hotels you recently told the houston chronicle that our city will quote unquote. Pay the price for not doing more with masks and vaccines. What did you mean. Well really referring to the whole southern region of the united states. You know we've put we haven't put in place to policies to make it possible to ensure that our kids will get through the school year. I'm really up to two major tools available to fight cova one or vaccines and second masks. And so what that means is if you're serious getting your child through the school year. It means everybody walks into that school with the possible. Exception of some of the special needs kids need to have a mask on simple as that. And if you really wanna get your kid through school everybody over. The age of twelve has to be vaccinated. You know with with with just about no exceptions and people are not prepared to take that step. I mean the county judge gets here. In harris county suburbs the mayor but outside of that across many parts of texas. And then the south you know there are people are defiant their stamping their feet folding alarm. Saying don't interfere with our health freedom and the the reality is this is the only way to get your kids through. School is to get everybody masks. And everybody vaccinated dr shekar even for parents. That are listening right now. Your advice to them as the school year begins. I would say whom. I exactly what the hotel has said. If the eligible back seen getting vaccinated. If you're not yet vaccinated get yourself and everyone you know vaccinated and support masking and and All those measures in school It's all we can do until we get good good immunity keeping children and all of you ask hospital care. Dr laura demon is chief of critical care at texas children's hospital and dr peter. Hotels is the dean of the national school of tropical medicine at baylor college medicine. Thank you both for joining us for more about vaccines and boosters variants and mask mandates. Join me three pm today on town square right here on news eighty eight seven or streaming live at town square. Talk dot org up next houston's international city.

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"baylor college medicine" Discussed on Houston Matters

Houston Matters

07:44 min | 1 year ago

"baylor college medicine" Discussed on Houston Matters

"Two or dead and thirty others were hospitalized after a chemical incident tuesday night near laporte. I'm pregnant co in today on houston matters what we know. What's yet to be determined about the incident at the lion dell to sell chemical plant. Who's eighty eight seven. Katie watkins shares the latest also ahead new guidance from the cdc and a new vaccination requirement from an area hospital. We discussed what they both being for the houston area and we talked with dr david. Calendar the president and ceo of memorial hermann health system. Also houston ian. Simone biles has withdrawn from more olympic. Competition will learn about what athletes in tokyo are facing from her fellow. Houstonians bryce deadman. We also meet a houston area. Bobsledder turned archer. Plus recapping tuesday's testimony before a house select committee over the january sixth capital attack and conversation with singer songwriter. Rodney crowell start with a news. Update from npr news. Idiot seven stay with us. this is houston matters. I'm craig cohen good morning coming up the latest on a deadly chemical leak last night near the port houstonians. Simone biles has withdrawn from more olympic competition. Learn about what athletes in tokyo are facing from her fellow. Houston ian bryce deadman. We also meet a houston area. Bobsledder turned archer. Plus recapping tuesday's testimony before a house select committee over the january six capital attack and a conversation singer. Songwriter rodney crowell. We start though with new guidance. From the cdc and new vaccination requirement from an area hospital with cases hospitalizations and yes deaths due to covert rising once again the centers for disease control and prevention is revising its recommendations now says everyone vaccinated and unvaccinated alike should wear masks indoors in public spaces if they live in an area where covert nineteen cases are surging that includes most of texas includes the houston area. Where baylor college medicine will require all of its employees to be vaccinated joining houston methodist which established that mandate in the spring in public webinar with the greater houston partnership tuesday. Baylor college medicine executive vice president. James mcdevitt said the hospital system plans to make a formal announcement about it sometime. This week. We turn now to another hospital group in town. Dr david calendar is the president and ceo of the memorial hermann health system dr calendar. Welcome back to houston matters. Good morning good morning. Thank you for having me today. with baylor college of medicine following methodist does memorial hermann plan to require its employees to be vaccinated. Yes we actually announced that some time ago we have been working on our time line and we'll make An announcement about that time line within the next few days but we think it's very important for healthcare workers across the country the be vaccinated as vaccination is really the only way to stop this pandemic. What's your reaction to the cdc revising. Its mask recommendations. Well i think it's a good move you know the. Cdc tends to be very conservative. We think that's appropriate. We do see the pandemic Increasing in intensity around the country Certainly in this state related mostly to the aggressive nature of the delta variant so understanding that how it impacts the unvaccinated how it could potentially impact the vaccinated people and enable them to spread. Disease misled the cdc to this recommendation. The american academy of pediatrics released updated guidance for schools. This week saying that masks should be worn at school. The cdc guidance would seem to reflect that too however governor. Abbot reiterated tuesday. That he will not back down from the order. He issued in mid bay barring texas schools and other state buildings from requiring face. Coverings what's your view. Does this updated guidance. Suggests that it's time to rethink that statewide policy. Well certainly You know. I would try to twist the arm of the governor to reconsider. But he's he's looking at it from a different perspective. I think my advice is for parents to consider the recommendations from both the cdc and the american academy of pediatrics. we're concerned that the delta variant is actually infecting more children than the previous variance. We know that we don't yet have a vaccine available for those under the age of twelve. So we think it's wise for children really grades k. Through twelve whether they're vaccinated or not wear masks because we begin the new school year harris county also raised the covert nineteen threat level to orange last week. Indicating uncontrolled spread of the viruses that reflected in what. You're seeing it memorial hermann. As of this morning yes we've Seen quite an increase in hospitalizations related dacoven nineteen since the beginning of july as an example on july third. We had just a little over a hundred people across all of our hospitals who are admitted with covered nineteen today that number stands above four hundred and thirty so the number of hospitalizations has quadrupled a matter of just a few weeks. What else can you tell us about what you're seeing in your health system this morning. Well this is really become a pandemic of the unvaccinated since late march Almost one hundred percent of the people who had been admitted to the memorial. Hermann hospitals have been unvaccinated and so again We encourage everybody who hasn't yet been vaccinated to be vaccinated if you have questions. We're happy to help you. Think through your decision Delta's coming after you if you haven't been vaccinated and just to reiterate use you. You will announce a timeline soon for memorial hermann employees to be vaccinated. Do you have a sense of the the likely length of that time liner or when that announcement will be made. We're working on it. We're planning on making an announcement early next week. All right dr david. Calendar is the president and ceo of the memorial. Hermann health system dr calendar. Thank you very much. Thank you have a great day youtube another week. Another chemical leak near laporte. This one was deadly news. Eight seven katie. Watkins is here with the latest. Hi katie hi craig. What happened yes. so two. People died and thirty. Were hospitalized last night following chemical leak at the lion. Del basell port complex the company. I reported the leak around seven thirty pm last night. And officials say roughly a hundred thousand pounds of scenic acid was released before the leak was stopped So far though there haven't been any offsite impacts and air monitoring hasn't shown anything of concern for the surrounding area. What do we know about the the two who died So they haven't released any names yet. the only thing we know is that they were contract. Workers not direct employees of the plant. Do we know anything more about the thirty year. I think you said who were sent to the hospital. And yes oh. A company officials said one has a serious burn injury and others have respiratory issues But he couldn't provide any more information on their condition at this time. You referenced acidic acid what what is the gas it was as plant do with. Yeah so it's actually used in food grade vinegar And on its website landau. Basell says it's also used in polyester for textiles and also to make plastic bottles But it's also extremely toxic and can cause severe burns and respiratory problems if inhaled which You know unfortunately is.

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"baylor college medicine" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"baylor college medicine" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"More than 80,000 people being treated for the virus. At least 30 states saw a 20% or more increase in covert hospitalizations over the past seven days. 25 States also reported a more than 20% increase in covert infections. Over the past week. There's been a dramatic spike in cases in the Midwest faxes Christina Coleman, most of California and forcing a mandatory curfew for non essential workers. Starting at 10 o'clock tonight, America is listening to Fox News. Now tell you Oh Ai local news. The Texas Health Department reports another 11,738 new covert cases in the Lone Star State Yesterday alone in Houston, H E B. The Food Bank, the city of Houston. Right now, we're handing out 5000 boxes of Turkey dinner makings, including the full turkey ham, cranberries and stuffing at NRG Park in lieu of the city's Thanksgiving Day parade. This morning to Texas Army National Guard started helping El Paso with transporting the bodies of covert victims to the morgue. Baylor College medicines Dr Peter Hotez suggests Le Bic could be one of the worst affected large cities in the nation, surpassing El Paso with the daily average of 151 new cases a day for the past week. Is a weirdo weekend for college football. No Longhorns. No. Aggie is no Baylor the rice owls are playing. I'm Nikki Courtney. From the W away I traffic center. Trouble continues on North Luke 14 westbound at Itin. We have an accident. Blocking the right shoulder. Some stop and go traffic as you work through there on I 10 westbound from 16 04 to 4 10 construction work, currently adding multiple lanes If you see any traffic problems called to 107852601 tie hold NewsRadio 1200 W away. I Clearing will take place into this afternoon is the high climbs up to.

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"baylor college medicine" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"baylor college medicine" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Fox News now. Luo Ai local news The Texas Health Department reports another 11,738 new covert cases in the Lone Star State Yesterday alone in Houston, HB the Food Bank, the city of Houston. Right now, we're handing out 5000 boxes of Turkey dinner makings, including the full turkey, ham, cranberries and stuffing at NRG Park. In lieu of the city's Thanksgiving Day parade this morning to Texas Army National Guard started helping El Paso with transporting the bodies of coded victims to the morgue. Baylor College medicines, Dr Peter Hotez suggests Le Bic could be one of the worst affected large cities in the nation, surpassing El Paso with the daily average of 151 new cases a day for the past week. It's a weird weekend for college football. No, Longhorns. No, Aggie is no Baylor, the rice owls they're playing. I'm Nikki Courtney. From the W away I traffic center. Well, Good afternoon. Look after construction at a multiple lanes onto anyone North found himself down from stomach Parkway to leave 16 outboard. Also, look after some more roadwork. There he sleeps. 16 up. Four. Heading South Bend from I 30 Guide to F M 78 as well as construction sitting in the right shoulder Highway 90 eastbound on LIBOR 10. If you see any traffic problems called to 10785 26 year, one eyed person around Smith's radio 200 w O ei Clearing will take place into this afternoon is the high climbs up to.

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"baylor college medicine" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"baylor college medicine" Discussed on KTRH

"Is it just me? Or if we got to the point now, where every argument that we have over something politicals at one extreme or the other extreme, and there's like nothing left that seems to make any sense. This includes vaccines. Hey, remember that Kentucky kid who sued unsuccessfully sued the school over his ban on unvaccinated students. You know, has chicken pox. He contracted chicken box. Eighteen year old Jerome Cockell has confirmed the infection. The team is family objected on religious grounds, arguing that immunization is immoral illegal in sinful in that his rights have been violated. His father had claimed the vaccines are made from aborted fetuses that hasn't happened since the early nineteen sixties. Then we have another. We have a fight going on in the between a doctor at Baylor College of medicine and a Texas State Representative Republican Representative Jonathan Strickland, picking a Twitter fight with Baylor. College medicine professor he did this on Tuesday, alleging vaccines are Dakota quote him sorcery sorcery. Strickland berated professor, Peter, hold stolen, your state of mind your own business. Burn whites being mortis than yourself. Enriching science one end. You've got people who want to round up anybody who hasn't had a vaccine enforce them to have one and the other end you've got people thinking that it's sorcery or witchcraft or whatever. Through Skopje somewhere between doesn't it five? Jan let's a little traffic and weather together. The truth is on.

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"baylor college medicine" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

04:48 min | 3 years ago

"baylor college medicine" Discussed on KTRH

"Still trying to find her musher seven eighteen now here in Houston's more news. But I think one of the big stories, obviously in the last twenty four hours is this big fire at Notre Dom. I mean, everybody who's ever seen it? You just I don't know. You just have this. Because it's so so, yeah massively. Have some audio to share cover the history of Notre domino? Of course. We have footage of the fire. If you missed it somehow, I don't know how you could put if you missed it somehow you can check that out KTAR H dot com. All right. Let's talk we've got the doctor. Let's talk about the measles. We've got a major outbreak going on in this country. We're we're seeing a lot of cases here in Texas is well, if you were born between nineteen fifty seven in one thousand nine hundred nine and you gotta measles shot that may not be enough because nineteen fifty seven they started giving you one shot is to join us to talk about it and talk about the I think what he would concern me the insanity of being an anti vaccine, Dr Daniel musher distinguished service, professor medicine at Baylor. College medicine. Doctor. I know your bottom line kinda guy. What do you think of people who are not giving their kids, those kinds of vaccinations? Well, sir. Percival good morning. They've been calling the vaccine choice advocates. So or vacuum sexing choice activists. Now, we have people who think the holocaust didn't happen. We don't call them holocaust. Choice activists. We call them holocaust deniers. These people are vaccine deniers the evidence is perfectly clear vaccines. Protect the evidence is clear that the not harmful measles is a terrible disease. And frankly, it's just playing stupidity. You know, so many of us of a certain age. I guess we had measles children. You know before vaccines were even being given. And we think of it as just being a natural part of childhood tell us, what is the devastating consequences of measles. Or when it can be HOGAN, first of all, I didn't think you were old enough that you had means listening. Thank you. You're very sweet. Meals meals can lead to simple complications like middle ear infections, but the Monja is a frequent complication measles. And it's a bad case of leaves the lungs damage permanently. And they're even cases of instead of lightness, and it's a highly contagious disease enormously can take. And it's just bad, and we basically eliminated in United States fifteen years ago. It was just about gone the United States. And now some of these people who either on we haven't seen Texas on the west coast. They somehow considering fringes on their rights insist that they evacuated. We have emergency. And I'm sorry to say we have phonetics I'm Jewish apparently some of these people are Jewish that. I don't know why I think that's vaccinated. They believe that there's a divine providence, and they should believe God told us have to make vaccines to protect people from careful diseases. So I'm pretty unsympathetic to understand. Of course, part of the problem, too is is we have people coming from other countries in many cases illegally across their border. Who have not been vaccinated for measles. And they sometimes bring the disease along with them. Don't they? This is a very important point. Actually, I will tell you to my knowledge I have not heard of cases being brought in like illegal immigrants. They're being brought in by folks who are just flying back from other countries where they've had the exposure they've had these and they brought in the United States. And of course, it's very devastating for adults to get this disease. I mean, we were talking about children as even worse when get it that that is absolutely true. And is Sarah said earlier if adults have been vaccinated when they were. Yeah. If they've been vaccinated anyone is vaccinated twice who's received. The full Senate vaccines is very very unlikely to get the disease and anyone really had measles in jail. It is very unlikely to get measles. But there are people who've had neither and they are at risk, and it's a bad disease. All right. Thank you for joining us this morning. Good here from you, Dr Daniel musher distinguished service, professor medicine at Baylor. College of medicine joining us, a NewsRadio seven forty KTAR H time for traffic.

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"baylor college medicine" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"baylor college medicine" Discussed on KOMO

"Fifty past the hour on KOMO news. Now, it's time for the propel insurance money update will the markets finished the day little changed. The Dow of slightly the S and P Mesdaq both in the red by a little bit traders a bit cautious amid signs of a possible recession and ahead of some more trade talks with China. Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin and Trade Representative Robert lighthizer, we traveling to Beijing Thursday and Friday for another round of trade. Talks investors keeping an eye on the inverted yield curve. That's where the yield on the benchmark ten year note falls below the three-month yield that hasn't happened in over a decade. And it's seen by some that a recession maybe on the way shears of Nike saw some volatility this afternoon following reports that former stormy Daniels lawyer Michael avenue has been arrested and charged by southern district. Prosecutors for a twenty million dollar extortion attempts against the company. Elsewhere apple unveiled new video news and game subscription services during its event in California today, apple announcing that it's also getting into the credit card business, and that's your money. Now. I'm Frank Miller. Komo news. Many schools are still seeing a lot of absences from sick kids. Rob Dawson reports the flow is getting a second win the center for disease control says a more potent wave of the influenza viruses cropping up across the country, which means cases could linger and Demet dignity health, California hospital. Dr Suman Radha Krishna says it's not too late to get a flu shot. Remember that it'll take about two weeks before the vaccine actually starts working. Dr Radha Krishna says anyone who already got a flu shot this season will be protected from the news stream. There may be new evidence to show that sugary drinks could accelerate cancer growth team of specialists from Baylor. College medicine in Houston and Weill Cornell medicine in York say they've at least panic connection between sugary drinks and a quicker spread of colorectal cancer. The researchers say the drinks fueled the growth of cancer in mice independently of obesity, which could show that even young adults who may not be obese still. Could be at risk health update. Rob Dawson, NBC News Radio. There's a new government report out today that lists. What sports are likely to send your kids to the ER with traumatic brain injury. According to a CDC report, nearly four million kids went to the emergency room between two thousand ten and two thousand sixteen the leading causes football, bicycling, basketball, playground, activities and soccer. Well, all these activities carried a risk context. Sports resulted in nearly twice as many emergency visits. The CDC says boys are twice as likely as girls to get a brain injury. The risk also increases with age with kids between ten and seventeen having the highest rate. Komo AAA traffic.

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"baylor college medicine" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"baylor college medicine" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"KLBJ. I'm John Cooley. This visa service of j com. Roofing city leaders are expected to take another stab this year at Reed writing Austin's land development code, but before that happens city manager Spencer croc wants to know just how aggressive the council wants to get one comes to news owning regulations parking requirements and how dense plot of land should be to allow for new housing developments. I can't really move forward with any process recommendations until I have more specific guidance on some key areas. Brock beers to want to avoid a repeat of the council's failed code next effort, which cost Austin taxpayers nine million dollars zero results. According to the commercial real estate firm Austin is the third top emerging up for life sciences sector businesses. CBS's John Barksdale says biotech research and medical businesses based on the east and west coast are showing more interest in the Austin area as the tech sector continues its growth. Capital is living here. We've got a lot of obviously. Well, he's graduating university of Texas. So the fire science medical technology fields wanna be in proximity to technology Barksdale says that tech and life. Science growth can be tied to the top grade talent being developed in and coming to the Austin area. Alison Yanez NewsRadio KLBJ over the last year vaccine exemptions in Texas have skyrocketed the latest numbers from the department of state health services show, the up outright in schools is up by nineteen percent vaccine expert, Dr Peter hotels with the Baylor. College medicine says it's an unsettling trend. Fortunately,.

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"baylor college medicine" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"baylor college medicine" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Night eighty x dot com. It looks like Austin will take another shot at rewriting the land development code as expected. The Austin city councils not done trying to overhaul the land. Go for homes and businesses last year council spent nine million dollars on a failed effort known as code next. Now, they want to do it. Again, city manager Spencer across says an overhaul of this size needs real tangible goals before any draft can begin arcane would be at one of compatibility zones density, and even the scope of the revision so next to dramatically change regulation such zoning and transportation on top of the land development itself and council, we'll discuss this next week, Patrick Osborne. Newsradio KLBJ already known as a tech and start a business hub commercial real estate experts say the Austin metro who'd be adding another feather to its camps is John Barksdale says Austin has a budding life sciences sector ranking third as one of the country's top emerging markets ever since the del medical school and teaching hospital opened up. We started to see an up. Tick and medical technology companies big pharma companies and your standard biotechnology operators that have presence in coastal markets. Now looking at Austin to grow up here and over the last year vaccine exemptions in Texas have skyrocketed the latest number from the department of state health services show opt out rate in schools is up nineteen percent vaccine expert Dr Peter hotels, but Baylor's college medicine says it's an unsettling trend. Fortunately, I don't he'd ending any time soon until we have catastrophic measles outbreak. Like the one going on in Vancouver Washington. There are seventy one measles cases in Texas, currently, but none in Austin. However, the Austin school district does have some of the highest out rates in.

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