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"brianna abit" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

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11:25 min | 9 months ago

"brianna abit" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"The trump administration carried out this air strike that killed the the top general in Republicans meanwhile actually standing behind the president's saying you know that they they believe that Congress should stand behind the president while he's carrying out the this agenda against Iran and so there what we're expecting most if not all of them to vote against this war powers resolution tomorrow however in the Senate there are a couple of senators Mike Lee and rand Paul herbals you know they're both on the libertarian side of tend to be a libertarian side of things and they they both came out agree financially so that they were inclined to sign on to a similar war powers measure from senator Tim Kaine over in the Senate so there may be a couple of of some defections over in the Senate but at the moment we're not expecting the very much of that over the house he pointed out that authorization for the use of military force goes back to two thousand and two and yet regular at least periodic efforts have been made to to and that to update that to change that they've all failed what's the prognostication this time around well the house actually passed its annual defense authorization over the summer that did include this provision from Barbara leave that would repeal the two thousand two authorization the thing is it wasn't included in the final version there was a compromise between the house and Senate that president trump signed into law last month so it can house support in the house with it thirty three was that it won't how it won't wouldn't be able to pass in the Senate Christina markers covers the hill for the healing reader reporting at the hill dot com she's on Twitter at C. I. markers thanks for the update thanks for having me and now to the story involving that Ukrainian passenger jet carrying a hundred and seventy six people which crashed yesterday just minutes after taking off from Iran's main airport the scene turned the farm land on the outskirts of Tehran in the fields of flaming debris everyone on board died the crash of the Ukraine international airlines came just hours after a run at launching a ballistic missile attack on Iraqi bases which house US soldiers but both Ukrainian and Iranian officials say that they suspected a mechanical issue which brought down the three and a half year old and Boeing seven thirty seven eight hundred aircraft the Ukraine government has banned all flights from Iranian airspace on board that flight eighty two Iranians sixty three Canadians eleven Ukrainians including two passengers and nine crew members also tends to issue a residence for Afghans three Germans and three British residents on that flight airline officials said that most of the passengers were in route to the Ukrainian capital of Kiev and now to the impeachment debate here in Washington the Senate Republican leader is accusing house speaker Nancy Pelosi and what he is calling shamelessly game playing those comments from senator McConnell came after the speaker again stated she does not plan to send articles of impeachment of the Senate until seeing proposed rules for trial a president trump the continuing standoff between the speaker and the Senate Republican leader focusing on the president's conduct toward Ukraine comes as the president addressed the nation on the hostilities with Iran a crisis that is now over shadowing the impeachment drama from the Senate floor Republican John Thune of South Dakota but as a very straightforward process one as I said that met with the approval of all one hundred senators both Democrats and Republicans back in nineteen ninety nine the Clinton president is seems to me at least to be a fair way in which to proceed and and won that Senate Republicans have agreed to move forward with soul if and when the house Democrats under speaker Pelosi determine that they are ready to send those articles over here seems like maybe they're waiting for something to rescue what I think is an otherwise fairly weak argument that they have to make but when those articles arrive here we will have a process in place in which to move forward and and and get this trial under way in the Senate and hopefully hear the arguments and at some point in I hope in the not too distant future I conclude this and get it behind us in on to the work that the American people I think sent his here to do obviously there is an election coming up in November the first of all we'll start being cast just a few weeks from now in the state of Iowa and New Hampshire and other states followed very closely on by super Tuesday so the election process is already under way and I think that is the means by which most Americans believe we ought to deal with our leadership and in a democratic system of government we have the opportunities people to express our opinions and the voice argues in that manner and I would hope that that is where we can settle these political differences industries that we have that from Republican John Thune of South Dakota on the Senate floor the hill newspaper reporting a democratic senators are quote growing impatient over the delayed start of the impeachment trial some saying it's time for speaker Pelosi to send the articles of impeachment to the Senate in fact this from democratic senator Chris Murphy of Connecticut telling The Washington Post yesterday quote I think the time is past we should send the articles over reacting to all of that the house democratic caucus chair Hakeem Jeffries of New York sorry say has no the resolution going to like what do you gain by waiting for one of our as speaker has consistently indicated it's very difficult for her to determine who would be appropriate impeachment managers to present the house's case in the absence of understanding the rules of engagement and what the contours of a trial would look like beyond of course chairmanship and chairman Nadler who one would think we're going to be logical choices and participants to lead the effort but what we have seen over the last several weeks all the additional disclosure of documents that continue to highlight that the president did abuse his power by targeting an American citizen for political gain while withholding intentionally three hundred and ninety one million dollars in military aid from a vulnerable Ukraine additional documents subsequent to the speaker's decision to hold the articles have come out that's a gain in terms of information to the American people and we've also seen during this period of time that a critically important potential witness John Bolton has said he will testify if subpoenaed John Bolton had direct communication with the president about this sordid matter and abuse of power and we know from testimony from doctor Fiona hill characterize this whole scheme as a drug deal and the president's main operative Rudolph Giuliani as a hand grenade that from democratic congressman who keen Jeffries part of the house democratic leadership in this note regarding the house California governor Gavin Newsom today saying that he will not call for a special election in the district held by resigning Republican congressman Duncan hunter saying that we received his letter of resignation based on the timing a special election will not be called Duncan hunter officially steps down next Monday after pleading guilty to charges of campaign finance violations it is a disease that has touched all of us whether through friends family or colleagues but encouraging news today on the cancer front Brianna Abbott who covers healthcare issues for the Wall Street journal on a drop in cancer deaths across the country right and you also dropped two point two percent from two thousand sixteen to two thousand seventeen which is the largest single your drop ever recorded and continue the longstanding decline in Tampa that that we've been saying for the last quarter century or so and this is according to the latest report from the American cancer society and so the obvious question is why this is good news but why the decline thirdly driven by progress against lung cancer and let's rock the clients were thing and now and a lot of there really is the one driving this drop and I'm not do with advances in treatment smoking last and earlier detection the other significant part of your stories that you say the total death rate has declined since nineteen ninety one by nearly thirty percent translating to just over two hundred and seventy two thousand fewer deaths is a result of technology advancement medical research and better healthcare yeah that's right and that actually two hundred seventy two thousand fewer jobs in two thousand seventeen alone and if we look from the beginning of that trend but actually translate into two point nine million fewer deaths overall then there would have been if the death rate has remained at their peak you also talk about advancements in terms of pharmaceutical and other medical care what can you tell us about that yeah so the biggest drop that we're seeing and life after end and met a salad static melanoma our doctors are saying that they are linked to better treatment options for patients specifically targeted therapies and I mean a therapy for the target therapy is rather than blasting the body it with chemotherapy they focus on specific aspects of the tumor like genetic mutations are proteins and then for immunotherapy is that when a hijacked a patient's immune system and doctors and pharmaceutical companies in recent years have developed new drugs to develop new drugs in his area and we're starting to see an impact on patient outcomes this is the headline the U. S. cancer death rate drops by the largest amount on record the reporting a Brianna abit she's joining us in New York she covers this issue for the Wall Street journal thank you for being with us thanks for having me at the closing bell on Wall Street the Dow gaining a hundred and sixty one points the nasdaq rose sixty in this the S. and P. was up nearly sixteen in Great Britain a significant development for the royal family prince Harry in his wife Meghan announcing today that they will be stepping back from their duties the statement from the Duke and Duchess of Sussex reads in part after many months of reflection and internal discussions we have chosen to make a transition this year and starting to carve out a progressive new role within this institution we intend to step back as senior members of the royal family and work to become financially independent while continuing to fully support her majesty the queen we now plan to balance our time between the U. K. in North America continuing to honor our duty to the queen and the Commonwealth but according to the B. B. C. Meghan and Harry did not consult royal family before the statement with Buckingham Palace saying that the discussions are with the couple are quote in the early stage this headline from people magazine Meghan Markle and prince Harry's decision is unprecedented into the modern family as they make their way to move to Canada this Sunday at nine PM eastern time on C-SPAN three American history TV we re air in nineteen ninety nine conversation with one of the longest serving senators in U..

president Congress
"brianna abit" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

04:39 min | 1 year ago

"brianna abit" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Flavored electronic cigarettes his executive action announced yesterday comes as the state probes vaping related illnesses meanwhile hundreds of vapors getting sick and six have died but doctors are struggling to isolate the nature of the mysterious lung ailments people in thirty six states and one US territory have suffered from various respiratory symptoms the illnesses are thought to be some sort of inflammation or injury in the longs due to chemical exposure on update from Brianna abit health reporter at the Wall Street journal Brianna what we have we have patients coming in to hospital with respiratory symptoms like coughing shortness of breath chest pain some of them are experiencing nausea vomiting weight loss fever and help visual thank that it's actually tied to. and part of the issue it looks like so many people are coming in with an infection but there's actually no sign of infection and doctor's orders from the top it's strange he said to there's no one product or device necessarily connected to this. no not yet they FDA has taken over a hundred and twenty samples and they've been analyzing them and a lot of the products contain THC which is a chemical component and marijuana but not all of them and some of them also John started beeping nicotine involved but there's not one product across the board that we've identified yet well I think what's I guess puzzling for doctors are frustrating is that as you said a lot of these folks are young and healthy who are coming in. definitely a lot of them young healthy don't have really any other underlying medical issues and the developing rapid pulmonary sometimes which is pretty public what else is going on symptom wise for these folks showing up the doctors offices and hospitals well some of them how that build up in their life and we can either be caused by inhaling a fat or oil or it can be the result of information that's already there but not all of them have the thought filled up and some of them are also suffering from acute respiratory distress syndrome which is essentially what the little error factor in your lungs fill with fluid and then you can't get enough oxygen in your blood. speaking with Brianna abit health reporter at the Wall Street journal she's written a story entitled vaping related lung ailments puzzle doctors you reference C. T. scans are they showing anything. and showing the sort of hazy abnormalities but not all of the fans are identical and they look like a few different elements so they're definitely coming up with something in the CT scans but what exactly it is we don't really know. somebody of that I think it was a common to to your story who said something along the lines of hello your inhaling a seeded chemical vapor mix into your lungs you're basically saying why wouldn't you think something would go wrong but the doctors I mean beyond saying stay away from the stuff they have no specifics about what's gonna happen over the coming days or weeks I guess not yet they're not really sure about the long term effects right now though I know that some doctors are definitely concerned about some potential long firing but we just. don't really know enough to make a protocol about what's going to happen most doctors sort of say that obviously you don't necessarily want to be and handling anything in your long not fair but beyond that they don't really know men and then use it to like some of the reporting guidelines for this stuff is change what's going on here. for actually the CDC this week change the way that they are reporting the cases because they released a case definition which is something that they create it's sort of a crash here of some down to help health officials sort of figure out whether or not if they confirmed probable case compared to just sort of being under investigation hi to the war XO clarify now the warnings are. from who and for what purposes. okay thanks for the warning we have a couple different ones the FDA says that people should stay away from it he'd see related products specifically and the CDC is saying that we should steer clear away from the bank of all together there are other state health department doctors also just sort of warning people to steer clear of the bank while the investigation is ongoing six free on a prion added health reporter at the Wall Street journal..

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"brianna abit" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"brianna abit" Discussed on KTRH

"Time with us welcome to Monday New York governor Andrew Cuomo is banning the sale of flavored electronic cigarettes his executive action announced yesterday comes as the state probes vaping related illnesses meanwhile hundreds of vapors getting sick and six have died but doctors are struggling to isolate the nature of the mysterious lung ailments people in thirty six states and one US territory have suffered from various respiratory symptoms the illnesses are thought to be some sort of inflammation or injury in the longs due to chemical exposure on update from Brianna abit health reporter at the Wall Street journal Brianna what we have we have patients coming in two hospitals with respiratory symptoms like coughing shortness of breath chest pain some of them are experiencing nausea vomiting weight loss fever and help visual things that it's actually tied to. and part of the issue is that it looks like so many people are coming in with an infection but there's actually no sign of infection and doctor's orders from the top it's strange he said to there's no one product or device necessarily connected to this. no not yet they FDA has taken over a hundred and twenty samples and they've been analyzing them and a lot of the products contain THC which is a chemical component and marijuana but not all of them and some of them also John started beeping nicotine as well there's not one product across the board that we've identified yet well I think what's I guess puzzling for doctors are frustrating is that as you said a lot of these folks are young and healthy who are coming in. definitely a lot of them young healthy don't have really any other underlying medical issues and the developing robin pulmonary sometimes which is pretty public what else is going on symptom wise for these folks showing up the doctors offices and hospitals well some of them have that build up in their life and we can either be caused by inhaling a fat or oil or it can be the result of the information that's already there but not all of them have the thought filled up and some of them are also suffering from acute respiratory distress syndrome which is essentially when the little error factor in your lungs fill with fluid and then you can't get enough oxygen in your blood. speaking with Brianna abit health reporter at the Wall Street journal she's written a story entitled vaping related lung ailments puzzle doctors you reference C. T. scans are they showing anything. on the stand showing the sort of hazy abnormalities but not all of the fans are identical and they look like a few different elements so they're definitely coming up with something in the CT scans of but what exactly it is we don't really know. somebody of that I think it was a common to to your story who said something along the lines of hello your inhaling eighth seeded chemical vapor mix into your lungs you're basically saying why wouldn't you think something would go wrong but the doctors I mean beyond saying stay away from the stuff they have no specifics about what's going to happen over the coming days or weeks I guess not yet they're not really sure about the long term effects right now though I know that some doctors are definitely concerned about some potential long firing but we just. don't really know enough to make a protocol about what's going to happen most doctors sort of say that obviously you don't necessarily want to be and handling anything in your long not fair but beyond that they don't really know men and then use it to like some of the reporting guidelines for this stuff is change what's going on here. before I've actually the CDC this week change the way that they are reporting the cases because they released a case definition which is something that they create it's sort of a criteria of them done to help health officials sort of figure out whether or not if they confirmed probable case compared to just sort of being under investigation by civil war XO clarify now the warnings are. from who and for what purposes. okay thanks for the warning we have a couple different ones the FDA says that people should stay away from it T. H. see related products specifically and the CDC is saying that we should steer clear away from the bank of all together there are other state health department doctors also just sort of warning people to steer clear of the bank while the investigation is ongoing six free on a prion added health reporter at the Wall Street.

Andrew Cuomo New York executive
"brianna abit" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"brianna abit" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Us welcome to Monday New York governor Andrew Cuomo is banning the sale of flavored electronic cigarettes his executive action announced yesterday comes as the state probes vaping related illnesses meanwhile hundreds of a person getting sick and six have died but doctors are struggling to isolate the nature of the mysterious lung ailments people in thirty six states and one US territory have suffered from various respiratory symptoms the illnesses are thought to be some sort of inflammation or injury in the longs due to chemical exposure on update from Brianna abit health reporter at the Wall Street journal Brianna what we have we have a patient coming in to hospital with respiratory symptoms like coughing shortness of breath chest pain some of them are experiencing nausea vomiting weight loss fever and help visual saying that it's actually tied to. and part of the issue is that it looks like so many people are coming in with an infection but there's actually no sign of infection and Dr. it's strange he said to there's no one product or device necessarily connected to this. no not yet FDA has taken over a hundred and twenty samples and they've been analyzing them and a lot of the products contain THC which is a chemical component and marijuana but not all of them and some of that also just started beeping nicotine as well there's not one product across the board that we've identified yes well I think what's I guess puzzling for doctors are frustrating is that as you said a lot of these folks are young and healthy who are coming in. definitely a lot of them young healthy don't have really any other underlying medical issues and the developing rapid pulmonary sometimes which is pretty public what else is going on symptom wise for these folks showing up the doctors offices and hospitals. how that build up in their life and we can either be caused by inhaling a fat or oil or it can be the result of the information that's already there but not all of them have the thought filled up and some of them are also suffering from acute respiratory distress syndrome which is essentially what the little error factor in your lungs fill with fluid and then you can't get enough oxygen in your blood. speaking with Brianna abit health reporter at the Wall Street journal she's written a story entitled vaping related lung ailments puzzle doctors you reference C. T. scans are they showing anything. on the stand showing the sort of hazy abnormalities but not all of the fans are identical and they look like a few different ailments so they're definitely coming up with something in the CT scans of but what exactly it is we don't really know. somebody that I think it was a common to to your story who said something along the lines of hello your inhaling a seeded chemical vapor mix into your lungs you're basically saying why wouldn't you think something would go wrong but the doctors I mean beyond saying stay away from the stuff they have no specifics about what's gonna happen over the coming days or weeks I guess yeah they're not really sure about the long term effects right now though I know that some doctors are definitely concerned about some potential long firing but we just don't really know enough to make a protocol about what's going to happen most doctors sort of say that obviously you don't necessarily want to be and handling anything in your long not fair but beyond that they don't really know men and then use it to like some of the reporting guidelines for this stuff is change what's going on here. for actually the CDC this week change the way that they are reporting the cases because they released a case definition which is something that they create it's sort of a criteria some done to help health officials sort of figure out whether or not if they confirmed probable case compared to just sort of being under investigation by civil war XO clarify now the warnings are. from who and for what purposes. okay for the warning we have a couple different ones the FDA says that people should stay away from it see related products specifically and the CDC is saying that we should steer clear away from the bank of all together there are other state health departments Dr also just sort of warning people to steer clear of the bank while the investigation is ongoing six free on a prion added health reporter at the Wall Street journal..

Andrew Cuomo New York executive
"brianna abit" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"brianna abit" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Students are pushing for medical education to include climate change saying that physicians and other healthcare workers need to prepare for the risks associated with rising global temperatures it's a story by Brianna abit reporter at the Wall Street journal Brianna what's happening what's happening climate change is already having a tax on people who have crossed the world so I know what warm there's just a number of things better training more please check in the P. the arts funding into different territory and growing more taking advantage of what our winters they were having more wonder who the **** Lyme disease he has a lot of different medical problem lake for okay and she LSS and then so what's happening is a lot of these health professionals in jobs in a way of different concerns with its climate change and some of them including medical students are now sort of pushing for the content to be incorporated into medical school so that doctors can prepare to treat all of these conditions while our says you reference the schools are not necessarily experts in the for the medical schools in the field of climate change so who teaches the stuff right now there are some experts in little pocket so how can a buyer meant is a relatively new scientific fields there are some excellent so there's usually a few in each school who are taking the charge or sometimes if they're learning on the job so the program well for those sometimes approach out there and be like Hey you teach about and in the lecture and we were wondering if you could mention how is getting worse due to wild fires that have been occurring more often because of climate change and then they'll sort of help provide a lot of the information that the professor can then take and then incorporate into speak with Brianna abit health reporter at the Wall Street journal pricey reference number of schools here like university of Minnesota university of Illinois college of medicine any of these organizations doing anything specifically yeah there are a lot better giving the perfect thing mostly it lecture of an elective and then one of the girls and university and college medicine of during their actually now running a diagnosis I provide thank you do you know you have a person that pretended to be a patient with the rest of the pound for the medical can conduct no plan and it's supposed to be a retiree from California and she is suffering weaving shortness of breath all of those things and the diagnosis is that she would have and due to the increased wild fires in the area so it's just showing in contact how change could Bentley implement for patients please be on a Brianna abit reporter at the Wall Street journal thirty minutes now after the hour.

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"brianna abit" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"brianna abit" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Increased wild fires in the area so it's just showing in contact how to change conventionally inference that on a Brianna abit reporter at the Wall Street journal thirty minutes now after the hour on this morning America's first news retirement should be one of the best times of your life and they can be as long as you're not worried about money join us at a complimentary retirement planners of America seminar and we'll show you how to protect and maximize your retirement savings so your money lasts as long as you do next seminars Thursday September twelfth at the four men Chandler at retirement planners of America we want your money to last as long as you do learn more at RPO A. dot com the valleys freeways are cleaner than they used to be but water is still a problem don't trash Arizona encourages drivers to make responsible decisions about trash valley motorists most often throw food wrappers cups out the windows adding up to more than seven hundred and eighty thousand pounds of trash collected each year from our highways keep our freeways clean keep a letter back in your car and don't trash Arizona this message brought to you by the Maricopa association of governments and the station one in seventy five women develop ovarian cancer in their lifetime that's one in seventy five mothers daughters sisters and wives without an early detection test ovarian cancer often goes undiagnosed until it's too late giving it the nickname the silent killer so Arizona based Colleen stream foundation is dedicated to educating women about the symptoms of ovarian cancer and raising funds to develop a way to detect the disease early this A. Colleen stream dot org to learn more about ovarian cancer and how you can help that's Colleen stream dot org I can be any age any gender any nationality tracking knows no boundaries tional human trafficking resource center at one eight eight eight three seven three seven eighty call the national human trafficking hotline if.

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"brianna abit" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"brianna abit" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Pushing for medical education to include climate change saying that physicians and other healthcare workers need to prepare for the risks associated with rising global temperatures it's a story by Brianna abit reporter at the Wall Street journal Brianna what's happening what's happening climate change is already having a back on people power before the cops so I the platform there's just a number of things better training more please check in the P. the arts funding into different territory and growing more taking advantage of what our winters they were having more tick borne diseases like Lyme disease he has a lot of different medical problems lake for okay and she LSS and then so what's happening is a lot of these health professionals in jobs in a way of different concerns with its climate change and some of them including medical students are now sort of pushing for the content to be incorporated into medical schools so that doctors can prepare to treat all of these conditions are so as you referenced the schools are not necessarily experts in the for the medical schools in the field of climate change so who teaches the stuff right now there are some experts in little pocket so how can a buyer meant is a relatively new scientific fields at stake there are some excellent so there's usually a few in each school who are taking the charge or sometimes if they're learning on the job so the program will sort of sometimes approach out there and be like Hey you teach about and in the lecture and we were wondering if you could mention how is getting worse due to wild fires that have been occurring more often because of climate change and then they'll sort of help provide a lot of the information that the professor can then take and then incorporate into speak with Brianna abit health reporter at the Wall Street journal pricey reference number of schools here like university of Minnesota university of Illinois college of medicine any these organizations doing anything specifically are yeah there are a lot better giving specific thing mostly it lecture of an elective and then one of the girls and university and college medicine the during as they're actually now running a diagnosis I provide thank you do you know you have a person that pretended to be a patient with a list of the problems of the medical students can diagnose land and it's supposed to be a retiree from California and she is suffering wheezing shortness of breath all of those things and the diagnosis is that she would have and due to the.

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"brianna abit" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"brianna abit" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Help organizations and students are pushing for medical education to include climate change saying that physicians and other healthcare workers need to prepare for the risks associated with rising global temperatures it's a story by Brianna abit reporter of the Wall Street journal Brianna what's happening what's happening climate change is already having a fax on people how sort of crossworlds so I the platform there is just a number of things better training more please check the machine the arts funding into different territory and growing more taking advantage of what our winters they were having more tick borne who the **** Lyme disease he has a lot of different medical problems lake for okay and she LSS and then so what's happening is a lot of these health professionals in jobs in a way of different concerns religious climate change and some of them including medical students are now sort of pushing for the content to be incorporated into medical school so that doctors can prepare to treat all of these conditions are so as you referenced the schools are not necessarily experts in the for the medical schools in the field of climate change so who teaches the stuff right now there are some experts in little pocket so how can firemen is a relatively new scientific fields there are some excellent so there's usually a few in each school who are taking the charge or sometime if they're learning on the job so the program well for those sometimes approach a professor and be like Hey you teach about and in the lecture and we were wondering if you could mention how is getting worse due to wild fires that have been occurring more often because of climate change and then they'll sort of help provide a lot of the information that the professor can then take and then incorporate into speak with Brianna abit health reporter at the Wall Street journal pricey reference number of schools here like university of Minnesota university of Illinois college of medicine any of these organizations doing anything specifically yeah there are a lot better giving the perfect thing mostly it lecture of an elective and then one of the group and university and college medicine of during their actually now running a diagnosis I provided that you do you know you have a person that pretended to be a patient with a list of the problems of the medical students can diagnose land and it's supposed to be a retiree from California and she is suffering wheezing shortness of breath all those things and the diagnosis is that she had a lot and it's due to be increased wild fires in the area so it's just showing in contact how might change conventionally implants are patient please Brianna Brianna habit reporter at the Wall Street journal thirty minutes now after the hour on.

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"brianna abit" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"brianna abit" Discussed on KTRH

"And students are pushing for medical education to include climate change saying that physicians and other healthcare workers need to prepare for the risks associated with rising global temperatures it's a story by Brianna abit reporter of the Wall Street journal Brianna what's happening what's happening climate change is already having a tax on people power for the world so I know what warm there's just a number of things better training more leave them in the arts funding into different territory and growing more taking advantage of what our winters they were having more forms of the fourth line to be he has a lot of different medical problem lake for okay and she LSS and then so what's happening is a lot of these health professionals in jobs in a way of different concerns with climate change and some of them including medical students are now sort of pushing for the content and medical schools so that doctors can prepare to treat all of these conditions while our says you reference the schools are not necessarily experts in the for the medical schools in the field of climate change so who teaches this stuff right now there are some experts in little pocket so how can a buyer meant a relatively new scientific fields there are some excellent so there's usually a feeling each school who are taking the charge or sometimes if they're learning on the job so the program will sort of sometimes approach out there and be like Hey you teach about and in the lecture and we were wondering if you could mention how is getting worse due to rob fires that have been occurring more often because of climate change and then they'll sort of help provide a lot of the information that the professor can then take and then incorporate into speak with Brianna habit health reporter at the Wall Street journal Darcy reference number of schools here like university of Minnesota university of Illinois college of medicine any these organizations doing anything specifically yeah there are a lot better giving the perfect thing mostly it lecturer and locked in and then one of the girls and university Illinois college of medicine of during their actually now running a diagnosis I provide thank you do you know you have a person that pretended to be a patient with the rest of the band for the medical student can diagnose land and it's supposed to be a retiree from California and she is offering weaving shortness of breath all of those things and the diagnosis is that she would have and due to the increased wild fires in the area so it's just showing in contact how might change conventionally influence these Briana Brianna abit reporter at the Wall Street journal thirty minutes.

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"brianna abit" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"brianna abit" Discussed on KTRH

"So it's just showing in contact how might change conventionally influence these Briana Brianna abit reporter at the Wall Street journal thirty minutes now after the hour on this morning America's first news your Houston's news weather or traffic plus breaking news twenty four seven news radio seven forty KTRE and high powered radio station the rallies in the northeast at Eric sharp it's four thirty on newsradio seven forty K. T. R. H. traffic and weather together your claim Brooks some activity with an earlier rack along the sixty nine south on frontage road in Rosenberg at FM twenty two eighteen also earlier crash been cleared for my forty five Gulf freeway north funny at Broad Street in overnight travel time so to ninety both directions between Barker cypress in downtown about twenty three minutes Blaine rocks in the Gulf coast windows dot com twenty four hour traffic so engine for gas to a forty percent chance of afternoon showers and thunderstorms but it's not gonna do anything for the heat still highs of ninety six today.

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"brianna abit" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"brianna abit" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"The risks associated with rising global temperatures it's a story by Brianna abit reporter at the Wall Street journal Brianna what's happening what's happening climate change is already having a tax on people who have crossed the world so I the platform there's just a number of things better training more please check them a few the arts funding into different territory and growing more taking advantage of what our winters so we're having more forms of the pipeline to be if he has a lot of different medical problem lake for okay and she LSS and then so what's happening is a lot of these health professionals in jobs in a way of different concerns religious climate change and some of them including medical students are now sort of pushing for the content and medical schools so that doctors can prepare to treat all of these conditions are so as you referenced the schools are not necessarily experts in the for the medical schools in the field of climate change so who teaches the stuff right now there are some experts in little pocket so how can firemen is a relatively new scientific fields there are some excellent so there's usually a few in each school who are taking the charge or sometime if they're learning on the job so the program well for those sometimes approach out there and be like Hey you teach about and in the lecture and we were wondering if you could mention how is getting worse danger wild fires that have been occurring more often because of climate change and then they'll sort of help provide a lot of the information that the professor can then take and then incorporate into speak with Brianna abit health reporter at the Wall Street journal parts you reference number of schools here like university of Minnesota university of Illinois college of medicine any of these organizations doing anything specifically are yeah there are a lot better giving the perfect thing mostly it lecturer and locked in and then one of the group and university and college medicine the during their actually now running a diagnosis I provided that you do you know you have a person that pretended to be a patient with the rest of the pound for the medical student can diagnose land and it's supposed to be a retiree from California and she is suffering weaving shortness of breath all of those things and the diagnosis is that she would have and due to the increased wild fires in the area so it's just showing in contact how might change conventionally implement their patients please be on a Brianna abit reporter at the Wall Street journal thirty minutes now after.

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"brianna abit" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"brianna abit" Discussed on WRVA

"Are pushing for medical education to include climate change saying that physicians and other healthcare workers need to prepare for the risks associated with rising global temperatures it's a story by Brianna abit reporter at the Wall Street journal Brianna what's happening what's happening climate change is already having a tax on people power sort of cross world so I the platform there's just a number of things better training more please check the mystery of the arts funding into different territory and growing more taking advantage of one our winters said we're having more tick borne diseases like Lyme disease he has a lot of different medical problems lake for okay and she LSS and then so what's happening is a lot of these health professionals in jobs in a way of different concerns related to climate change and some of them including medical students are now sort of pushing for the content to be incorporated into medical schools so that doctors can prepare to treat all of these conditions while our so as you referenced the schools are not necessarily experts in the for the medical schools in the field of climate change so who teaches the stuff right now there are some experts in little pocket so how can a buyer meant a relatively new scientific fields there are some excellent though there's usually a few in each school who are taking the charge or sometimes if they're learning on the job so the program well for those sometimes approach out there and be like Hey you teach about five months and in the lecture and we were wondering if you could mention how is getting worse danger wild fires that have been occurring more often because of climate change and then they'll sort of help provide a lot of the information that the professor can then take and then incorporate into speak with Brianna abit health reporter at the Wall Street journal pricey reference number of schools here like university of Minnesota university of Illinois college of medicine any of these organizations doing anything specifically are yeah there are a lot better giving specific thing mostly it lecture of an elective and then one of the girls and university and college medicine of during their actually now running a diagnosis I provided that you do you know you have a person for tended to a patient with the rest of the pound for the medical students can diagnose land and it was supposed to be a retiree from California and she is suffering weaving shortness of breath all of those things and the diagnosis is that she had a blast and due to the increased wild fires in the area so it's just showing in contact how change conventionally influence our patients please Brianna Brianna abit reporter at the Wall Street journal thirty minutes now after.

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"brianna abit" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"brianna abit" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"More doctors organizations and students are pushing for medical education to include climate change saying that physicians and other healthcare workers need to prepare for the risks associated with rising global temperatures it's a story by Brianna abit reporter at the Wall Street journal Brianna what's happening what's happening climate change is already having a tax on people who are the world so I the platform there's just a number of things better training more please check in the P. the arts funding into different territory and growing more taking advantage of what our winters they were having more tech wonder who the **** line to be he has a lot of different medical problem lake for okay and she LSS and then so what's happening is a lot of being a professional job in a way of different concerns would want change and some of them including medical students are now sort of pushing for the content medical schools so that doctor can prepare to treat I would be a condition wild horses you reference the schools are not necessarily experts in the for the medical schools in the field of climate change so who teaches this stuff right now there are in a little pocket so how can a buyer meant a relatively new scientific fields there are some excellent so there's usually a feeling in school who are taking the charge or sometimes if they're learning on the job so the program that will sort of sometimes approach out there and be like Hey you teach about and in the lecture and we were wondering if you could mention how is getting worse due to wild fires that have been occurring more often because of climate change and then they'll sort of help provide a lot of the information that the professor can then take and then incorporate into speak with Brianna habit health reporter at the Wall Street journal pricey reference number of schools here like university of Minnesota university of Illinois college of medicine any of these organizations doing anything specifically yeah there are a lot better giving the perfect thing mostly it lecture and walked in and then one of the girls and university and college medicine of during their actually now running a diagnosis I provide thank you do you know you have a birth and apprehended quickly if and when the rest of the pound for the medical didn't come back no plan and it looks to be a retiree from California and she is offering weaving shortness of breath all of those things and the diagnosis is that she had and due to the increased wild fires in the area so it's just showing in contact how to change conventionally implement their patients please be on a Brianna abit reporter at the Wall Street journal thirty minutes now after the.

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"brianna abit" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"brianna abit" Discussed on 600 WREC

"But with us more doctors help organizations and students are pushing for medical education to include climate change saying that physicians and other healthcare workers need to prepare for the risks associated with rising global temperatures it's a story by Brianna abit reporter at the Wall Street journal Brianna what's happening climate change is already having a tax on people who are the world so I the platform there's just a number of things that are changing more please check in the P. the arts funding into different territory and growing more taking advantage of lower winters they were having more wonder who the **** Lyme disease he has a lot of different not a problem lake for okay and she LSS and then so what's happening is a lot of being a professional in a way of different concerns related to climate change and some of them including medical students are now sort of pushing for the content to be incorporated into medical school so that doctors can prepare to treat conditions are so as you referenced the schools are not necessarily experts in the for the medical schools in the field of climate change so who teaches this stuff right now there are some experts in little pocket so how can a buyer meant a relatively new scientific fields there are some excellent so there's usually a few in each school who are taking the charge or sometime they're learning on the job so the program will sort of sometimes approach out there and be like Hey you teach about and in the lecture and we were wondering if you could mention how is getting worse due to rob fired that has been occurring more often because of climate change and then they'll sort of help provide a lot of the information that the professor can then take and then incorporate into speak with Brianna habit health reporter at the Wall Street journal parts you reference number of schools here like university of Minnesota university of Illinois college of medicine any of these organizations doing anything specifically yeah there are a lot better giving specific thing mostly it lecture and locked in and then one of the girls and university Illinois college of medicine the during their actually now running a diagnosis I provided that you do you know you have a person that pretended to a patient with the rest of the pound for the medical Inc and diagnose land and it from California and she is offering wheezing shortness of breath all those things and the diagnosis is that she would have and due to the increased wild fires in the area so it's just showing in contact how to change could Bentley implement that on a Brianna abit reporter at the Wall Street journal thirty minutes now after the hour.

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"brianna abit" Discussed on WWL

WWL

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"brianna abit" Discussed on WWL

"Risks associated with rising global temperatures it's a story by Brianna abit reporter at the Wall Street journal Brianna what's happening what's happening climate change is already having a tax on people how sort of cross world so I know what warm there's just a number of things better training more please check the machine the arts funding into different territory and growing more taking advantage of one our winters so we're having more tick borne diseases like Lyme disease he has a lot of different medical problems lake for okay and she LSS and then so what's happening is a lot of these health professionals in jobs in a way of different concerns related to climate change and some of them including medical students are now sort of pushing for the content to be incorporated into medical school so that doctors can prepare to treat all of these conditions while our twos you reference the schools are not necessarily experts in the for the medical schools in the field of climate change so who teaches the stuff right now there are some experts in little pocket so how can a buyer meant a relatively new scientific fields there are some excellent so there's usually a few in each school who are taking the charge or sometimes if they're learning on the job so the program well for those sometimes approach out there and be like Hey you teach about and in the lecture and we were wondering if you could mention how is getting worse danger wild fires that have been occurring more often because of climate change and then they'll sort of help provide a lot of the information that the professor can then take and then incorporate into speak with Brianna abit health reporter at the Wall Street journal parts you reference number of schools here like university of Minnesota university of Illinois college of medicine any of these organizations doing anything specifically yeah there are a lot better giving specific thing mostly it lecture of an elective and then and university and college of medicine the during as they're actually now running a diagnosis I provided that you do you know you have a person that pretended to a patient with the rest of the pound for the medical students can diagnose land and it's supposed to be a retiree from California and she is suffering from wheezing shortness of breath all of those things and the diagnosis is that you have and due to the increased wild fires in the area so it's just showing in contact how climate change convention the implants are patient please Brianna Brianna abit reporter at the Wall Street journal thirty minutes now after the.

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"brianna abit" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"brianna abit" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Students are pushing for medical education to include climate change saying that physicians and other healthcare workers need to prepare for the risks associated with rising global temperatures it's a story by Brianna abit reporter at the Wall Street journal Brianna what's happening climate change is already having a tax on people of color so I the platform there's just a number of things better training more please check the machine the arts funding into different territory and growing more taking advantage of the warmer winters they were having more wonder who the **** Lyme disease he has a lot of different medical problem lake for okay and she LSS and then so what's happening is a lot of these health professionals in jobs in a way of different concerns with climate change and some of them including medical students are now sort of pushing for the content in medical school so that doctors can prepare to treat the condition wild horses you reference the schools are not necessarily experts in the for the medical schools in the field of climate change so who teaches this stuff right now there are some in a little pocket so how can a buyer meant a relatively new scientific fields there are some excellent so there's usually a feeling each school who are taking the charge or sometimes if they're learning on the job so the program will sort of sometimes approach out there and be like Hey you teach about and in the lecture and we were wondering if you could mention how is getting worse due to wild fires that have been occurring more often because of climate change and then they'll sort of help provide a lot of the information that the professor can then take and then incorporate into speak with Brianna habit health reporter at the Wall Street journal pricey reference number of schools here like university of Minnesota university of Illinois college of medicine any of these organizations doing anything specifically yeah there are a lot better giving the perfect thing mostly it lecture and walked in and then one of the girls and university and college medicine of during their actually now running a diagnosis I provide thank you do you know you have a person that pretended to a patient well the rest of the pound for the medical can conduct no plan and it slipped to be retiree from California and she is offering weaving shortness of breath all of those things and the diagnosis is that she had and due to the increased wild fires in the area so it's just showing in contact how it changed convention in Berlin these Briana Brianna abit reporter at the Wall Street journal thirty minutes now after the hour.

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"brianna abit" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"brianna abit" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Are pushing for medical education to include climate change saying that physicians and other healthcare workers need to prepare for the risks associated with rising global temperatures it's a story by Brianna abit reporter at the Wall Street journal Brianna what's happening climate change is already having a tax on people before the world so I warm yeah a number of things that are changing more leave them in the arts funding into different territory and growing more taking advantage of one wonders for having more forms of like Lyme disease he has a lot of different medical problem Lake Road and she LSS and then so what's happening is a lot of these health professional in a way of different concerns would want change and some of them including medical students are now sort of pushing for the content and medical schools so that doctors can prepare to treat all of these conditions are so as you reference the schools are not necessarily experts in the for the medical schools in the field of climate change so who teaches this stuff right now there are some in a little pocket so how can a buyer men is a relatively new scientific fields and there are some excellent so there's usually a feeling in school who are taking the charge or sometimes if they're learning on the job so the program well for those sometimes approach out there and be like Hey you teach about and in the lecture and we were wondering if you could mention how is getting worse due to wild fires that have been occurring more often because of and then though for that help provide a lot of the information that the professor can then take and then incorporate and speak with Brianna habit health reporter at the Wall Street journal ties to reference number of schools here like university of Minnesota university of Illinois college of medicine I mean these organizations doing anything specifically yeah there are a lot better giving thing mostly it lecture open the locked in and then one of the group and university and college medicine is doing is they're actually now running a diagnosis I provide thank you do you know you have a person that and the rest of the pound for the medical Inc and I know and from California and she is suffering wheezing shortness of breath all of those things and the diagnosis is that you have and due to the increased wild fires in the area so it's just showing in contact how to change a Bentley in Berlin Brianna Brianna abit reporter at the Wall Street journal thirty minutes now after the hour.

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