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"brown university" Discussed on Addiction Unlimited Podcast | Alcoholism | 12 Steps | Living Sober | Addiction Treatment
"Brain doesn't have to work so hard for every little thing we do. Like making coffee in the morning, you've done it a million times. So your brain has hardwired that habit cycle so that it doesn't have to expend so much energy on that task. You've done it a million times. You're on autopilot essentially. Or think about when you drive to work or drive home from somewhere. And you don't really remember the drive because you were lost in thought. This can happen because your brain has hard wired the information. Also know that the brain does not decipher between positive and negative cues or triggers. So it also hard wires information in responses from stress. I read this thing, doctor Judd brewer, he is a New York Times bestselling author and an associate professor at Brown university, focuses on the behavioral and social sciences and addiction is in that behavioral sciences, right? And he says the brain hard wires stress responses when people react to certain stimuli in the same way. This creates an anxiety loop. So even if a situation isn't serious, the brain picks up on signals from the body and sets all the system defenses in motion. Anxiety habit loops are formed as individuals consistently overreact to stressors. Once the brain is wired to react in a certain way, it will connect to the same loops, even though they may not be helpful responses to the circumstances at hand. All right, that was a lot. But the part I really want you to pay attention to here, habit loops are formed as individuals consistently overreact to stressors. Maybe you're nodding your head yes right now and you can relate to this way of explaining habit loops.
Online school put US kids behind. Some adults have regrets.
"As the impact of extended pandemic school closures becomes clear some educators and parents have regrets Third graders who struggle to sound out words students who became depressed and stopped doing schoolwork a decline in college attendance pandemic learning loss is controversial but the casualties of zoom school are real Preliminary test scores from around the country confirm that for many students the longer they studied remotely the less they learned nationally kids whose schools met mostly online in the 2020 21 school year performed 13 percentage points lower in math and 8 percentage points lower in reading according to a 2022 study by Brown university but former Los Angeles school superintendent Austin buettner cautions against second guessing the closures he says it's easy with hindsight to say oh learning loss we should have opened the people forget how many people died Experts interviewed by The Associated Press say intensive tutoring year round school or doubling up on math and reading could help students catch up but Harvard economist Tom Kane points out too few schools have been able to make those investments I'm Jennifer King
Polio fears rise in New York amid possible community spread
"New York State health officials are upping their call for residents to get vaccinated against polio citing evidence of community spread They're describing it as the tip of the iceberg in a statement New York health commissioner doctor Mary Bassett warns residents that for every one case of paralytic polio observed there may be hundreds of other people infected The polio virus has now been found in wastewater samples in both rockland and orange counties both known as centers of vaccine resistance fast it is urging the community to get it to keep from suffering the fate of an unvaccinated young adult who developed paralysis The first person known to be infected with polio in the U.S. in nearly a decade Doctor Jennifer nuzzo is an epidemiologist with Brown university This is not the first vaccine preventable illness we've actually seen in rockland county and just before the pandemic there was a very large measles outbreak in brocklin county Also due to low vaccine coverage Infected people could have no symptoms but still transmit the polio virus which can cause paralysis and even death I'm Jennifer King
"brown university" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Big take or and I big take and I space big take, right? Just NI big big take. And I big take good stuff, Sri, thanks so much. Right now let's head down to Washington D.C. world and national news. Nathan here. Oh, sweetie President Biden will sign a second executive order this afternoon aimed at protecting abortion access, blender governments, Emily Wilkins reports. The idea is for the Department of Health and Human Services to provide healthcare providers with technical and legal guidance to navigate the patchwork of state regulations that they're now facing, as well as try and provide guidance to a woman who might be traveling across state lines to seek an abortion. Emily Wilkins, the order comes a day after voters in Kansas rejected an amendment to their constitution that would have overturned abortion rights in their state. It was a good primary night for Trump backed Republicans and moderate Democrats, voters headed to the polls in 5 states, including Arizona, where Republican Blake masters will face incumbent senator Mark Kelly in November. Brown university political sinus Wendy schiller says that'll be a race to watch. Republican enthusiasm in Arizona seems to be very high and you're putting in office multiple people who are running for all of us not in office yet who deny the 2020 legitimacy. Brown universities, Wendy schiller elsewhere, a Republican who voted to impeach former president Trump Peter Meyer lost his race in Michigan. One other impeachment backing Republican in Washington state, Jamie Herrera butler is advancing. That's according to NBC News. The Senate Judiciary Committee is holding a hearing right now on election security following the violent aftermath to the 2020 presidential vote, assistant attorney general Kenneth polite says the Justice Department's reviewed more than a thousand threatening messages to local election workers, 5 people are facing charges. Global news, 24
New York reports 1st US polio case in nearly a decade
"New York is reporting the first case of polio in the U.S. in nearly a decade State health officials say an unvaccinated young adult from a New York City suburb had developed paralysis Polio symptoms developed a month ago Doctor Jennifer nuzzo is at Brown university This isn't normal We don't want to see this And it's really a consequence of low vaccine coverage or lower than we'd like to see vaccine coverage The person is no longer deemed contagious Doctor nuzzo says if you're vaccinated against polio don't worry But in communities where vaccine coverage is low then we do worry about spread Vaccination clinics have been scheduled in New York polio was once one of the nation's most feared diseases mostly affecting children because of vaccines it was declared eliminated in the U.S. in 1979 I'm Ed
"brown university" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"Story. The whole generation which is my generation had grown up without knowing that there was an additional ant. The home had suffered with a family. For the family and she had tried her best to care for her family and she had earned their respect. And here, June seemed like an interloper. And therefore, June wanted compensate for that by offering to sponsor two of the families new generation to study in America. Well, duty Lee, I have to ask you, here you are, a Brown university professor. How does your family feel about you telling the story and about what the story is? Do they see this as maybe June, the sister wasn't an enemy, after all? Were kind of grateful that our children, this new generation, is now in America or are they seeing this as they've lost you from communist China to America? That's a very good question. I think there's a little bit of both at the time when I first came out. The brightest future laid outside of China. But on the other hand, many years ago when I went return to the mainland, one of my uncles was saying, I heard that you're thinking about writing a book and basically warming not to air the family laundry to the world. And so over these years, I had to talk to many, many people, and it feels like by asking them to tell me their story, their past, it was not really just telling a story per se. It was really forcing them to confront their own past, a past that tried for many, many years to bury. And so this story it was very complicated and also by putting these two ants story, we actually get quite a full picture of China before and after it's split in. What is consequences on the individual's lives? Yeah. And by the way, while reading, I constantly thought of modern day schisms and Ukraine and the millions who have fled and if Russia is successful in its war against Ukraine, will those people be able to come back or we watching this happen all over again. Yes, there's a lot of similarities. Canons may be silenced for many, many years, and yet, as you can see in this story of the two separated sisters, the scar of separation is still so deep and it comes to my generation. We, in a sense, inherit this kind of scar from a past war. Inherited a scar, Xu Jin Lee, again the book is daughters of the flower fragrant garden, if the tool of story of two of her aunts and her family in China, she's now a professor at Brown university Jung professor. Thank you so much for speaking with us. Thank you so much. It's my great pleasure
Nancy Pelosi's husband, Paul Pelosi, arrested for alleged DUI
"House speaker Nancy Pelosi's husband was arrested over the weekend after getting involved in a two vehicle crash Authorities say 82 year old Paul Pelosi was taken into custody late Saturday night and released Sunday on $5000 bond He is suspected of driving under the influence after driving a Porsche into an intersection and getting hit by a Jeep in Napa county California no injuries were reported in the driver of the Jeep was not arrested Pelosi could face misdemeanor charges including driving under the influence and driving with a blood alcohol level of .08 or higher his wife House speaker Nancy Pelosi was on the east coast to give a commencement address at Brown university
Will We Ever Get Justice for Enduring the Lockdowns?
"Ramona from North Carolina, Charlie, are we ever going to get justice? For what they did during the lockdowns. She has some pretty, let's say aggressive four letter words in there, some swear words. So I'm not going to continue that. So I'm just going to summarize her question like that. There's a new story out that pairs nicely with Ramona's question. Remote learning according to freebie dot com had an even worse effect on U.S. students education than was previously known. K through 12 students who attended school from home in the 2021 school year lost 50% of their typical math curriculum learning, according to a Harvard study. Quote Emily oster from Brown university said it's pretty clear that remote school was not good for learning. Oh, who would have possibly been able to predict this? Anthony Fauci and all these people, Deborah birx, the scarf woman, did so much damage to our country. Children are at a low risk of severe illness of death from COVID-19 in school transmissions is also extremely rare. Quote, in places where schools reopened that summer and fall, the spread of COVID was not noticeably worse than in places where schools remain closed. Schools also reopen in parts of Europe without seeming to spark outbreaks. This is intergenerational abuse. While grandparents were able to still go, golf outside and see their property values increase their grandkids had masks on being abused in schools. Now, I'm not blaming the grandparents. I'm not. But there were plenty of people that recept the generis and octogenarians that were perfectly fine with locking down the country. While their kids and their grandkids and grandkids in particular have been totally and completely and permanently damaged by the lockdown agenda.
The Economy's Not Great and Young Voters Blame Biden
"Economy is not great and younger voters blame Biden. That's totally right. Things are expensive right now. Voters ages 18 to 34 are getting poorer every single month. Prices are going up. It's difficult to live in a major metropolitan area. Phoenix and Dallas and Atlanta, inflation is anywhere between 20 to 25%, which actually doesn't hurt older people as much. If you own a home, inflation actually is somewhat good for you. Your debt liability or your debt that you own your home, your mortgage, technically stays the same, but a decreases if there are more dollar bills in the economy because everyone has more dollar bills. And so even though your debt is fixed, the amount of dollar bills is fluid, therefore the dollar bill to debt ratio goes in your favor. But most 18 to 34 year olds don't own property. They can't afford a down payment and certainly not right now, with the skyrocketing price of housing across America, not to mention student loan debt, where young people borrowed money they did not have to study things that did not matter to go find jobs that do not exist, but they do have a piece of paper showing that they studied 13th century queer poetry, which I hear is a all the rage right now at Brown university, 13th century queer poetry, very compelling stuff. And there is this general feeling of generational disgust. They know that something is not right. And they're not exactly sure who to blame. They're not exactly sure who to pinpoint for their suffering, but they know that Biden is a good start and says here, quote, the current inflationary spike is the first time many millennials and gen zers are confronting this kind of economy. Coupled with rising rent debt and ultra hot housing markets in the country's 20 largest metropolitan areas, the current affordability crisis is hitting young people, especially hard. In part due to the last recession, millennials were already a lost generation financially. And Generation Z both graduating into a recession and dealing with the pandemic economy saw higher rates of job instability, causing them to dip into their savings more than older generations.
Biden Wrote College Rec Letters for Kids of Chinese Exec Tied to Hunter
"Turns out there's now a piece of smoking gun evidence that ties Joe and Hunter Biden very closely together in the Biden racket. And it is an email that reveals that Joe Biden wrote a letter of recommendation for a crooked Chinese businessman who was, in partnership with Hunter Biden. So this was a political favor directly extended by Joe Biden. President Biden wasn't the president then, but it was vice president. And this is the same Joe Biden who said, I don't know anything about my son's business deal. I don't have any involvement in any of that. It's nothing to do with me, and this has been the left's mantra now. Now that they can deny the laptop, they are taking refuge in the idea well, Joe didn't know anything about it. Well, let's look at what happened here. Turns out, in 2017, vice president Ben vice President Biden wrote this letter of recommendation for a guy named Jonathan Lee ally. And this guy Lee is the head the CEO of a big company, which was in a joint venture with Biden's Hunter Biden's company, which was called Rosemont, Seneca. Hunter Biden, in fact, had a 10% stake in the Chinese guy Lee's company. And this guy Lee sends a note to Hunter Biden and his business associates, which is Devin archer and Jim bolger, and this is what Lee writes. He goes, gentlemen, please find the attached resume of my son, chrisley. He's applying to the following colleges for this year, and he lists Brown university Cornell University and New York University. And then he attaches, quote, an updated version of his son's CV. Now, what's interesting is to kind of follow this trail. Hunter Biden's associate James Bulger responds with, and he's responding now internally to hunter and Devin archer, he goes quote let's see how we can be helpful here to Chris. In other words, what can we do for this kid? And then a few weeks later, Eric schwinn, who is the president of Rosemont, Seneca. This is the Hunter Biden company. He replies to Lee. And he says, Jonathan, this is Jonathan Lee. Hunter asked me to send you a copy of the recommendation letter that he asked his father to write on behalf of Christopher for Brown university. So what we have here is confirmation that Joe Biden went ahead and as his son asked, wrote the letter for this guy and submitted it to Brown university.
Experts worry about how US will see next COVID surge coming
"Health experts are using a variety of methods to monitor for signs of a new wave of Kobe nineteen infections from the new variant called B. eight two one pandemic researcher at Brown University says there are some obstacles to surveillance efforts less government funding more people using at home testing which keeps the results private and tracking hospital admissions which only shows an increase after a surge has begun but waste water testing remains a viable source says professor ji young Lee at Ohio State University it captures community level or building level or neighborhood level virus Trent the B. A. two variant continue spreading in Europe and it accounts for a growing number of infections in the U. S. more than half the new cases in the northeast are from B. eight to nine Jackie Quinn
Biden COVID coordinators leaving in April, Jha to take over
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting president Biden's covert coordinators are leaving in April president Joe Biden's White House Corbett nineteen team is getting a shake up the White House announced Thursday Biden's covert nineteen coordinator Jeff signs and his deputy Natalie Quinlan are leaving the administration next month stepping in to head the new White House Corbett nineteen team will be doctor she should shock the dean of the Brown University school of public health the change comes as the White House moves to transition the nation from confronting covert nineteen to living with a less severe virus that is likely to remain endemic to that end health and Human Services secretary hobby Erebus era told the AP Thursday we have reached a pivot point how well we did it is on us Mike Crossey out Washington
The Tragic Plight of Black Millionaires
"That we have to address. There's a problem where I think we need a committee, probably a parade, a march, maybe even a riot. I think this problem is such a big deal. We met have to go burn down Wendy's. In fact, it's such a big problem. It might mandate the theft of televisions. It's such a big problem that soon I can start to see people change their profile picture on social media to no longer stand with Ukraine, but instead I stand with black millionaire donors. What? According to The Associated Press, they have a new story. America is so racist. We are so terrible that self made black millionaires, their victims of racism. Emily Haines from the chronicle of philanthropy for Associated Press writes an article here about millionaires of color. And the article is this, quote, how racism still affects millionaires, donors of color. Suppose you're out there that are not millionaires that are working your tail off just to be able to pay the bills, The Associated Press wants you to know, you're oppressing the millionaires. Okay? The millionaires that made it in America? They're oppressed. I could just see it right now. What do we stand for? Freedom against two. The middle class. Why? 'cause they're oppressing the millionaires. What? The Associated Press continues by saying that, quote, the finding of the study demonstrates ways that racism has affected the lives of millionaires of color. From the way they raise their families to the people and the causes they support. So it opens up with this ridiculous anecdote. Again, this is The Associated Press. This is not some sort of brown magazine. Brown university magazine article. This is The Associated Press. The story
"brown university" Discussed on This Week In Google
"What was the chubby bunny challenge? So I had never heard of this, but a couple of people have actually died, stuffing their mouths with marshmallows, and you have to try and get as many in as you can. I've told you marshmallows are awful. People are doing that. Chubby bunny, yeah. Because they suffocate, basically. Yeah, it's not good. So don't do it. Isn't it peeps here? Panty raids. Yeah, young men usually frat boys. Running around, trying to get into girls rooms and take their panties. I remember those. When I was a kid, we lived in the female dorms at Brown university, Brown university at the time was segregated, and we lived where the girls were the women lived. And they were constant panty rates. Constant. No, I had nothing to do with it. I was only 8. The jaw wiring challenge in the 70s and 80s, people were wiring their jaws. I remember that to lose weight. That was a terrible idea. The limping challenge adopting a bizarre fashion because I'm famous did it first. Back in the 1860s, women from London to Edinburgh began limping, they called it the Alexandra limp because Alexandra of Denmark, the pride of the Prince of Wales was left with a limp by an illness in 1867, but because she was so famous and stylish with her ornate walking sticks, others copied her. I did hear once. I don't know if this is true that that's why Castilian Spanish.
"brown university" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"This is morning edition from NPR news I'm a Martinez And I'm Rachel Martin the CDC is expected to put out updated guidance on masks and public health experts are saying the agency in The White House need to be very deliberate about how they talk about it because the CDC's history of mixed messaging during this pandemic has shown a lot of confusion Here's NPR's Tamara Keith It was may 13th 2021 and CDC director Rochelle Walensky surprised a lot of people when she announced those who were fully vaccinated need not wear masks anymore If you are fully vaccinated you can start doing the things that you had stopped doing because of the pandemic We have all lungs for this moment When we can get back to some sense of normalcy Well today is a great day for America Within hours President Biden was in The White House rose garden celebrating It's been made possible by the extraordinary success we've had in vaccinating so many Americans so quickly Masks which had become a potent symbol of the pandemic a flash point in a divided nation were no longer needed or so everyone was told for a couple of months until the delta wave came and evidence mounted that vaccinated people could still get COVID and spread it to others At the time the policy was announced there were concerns that unvaccinated people would unmask too and there would be no way of knowing Doctor Ashish jha dean of the school of public health at Brown university saw another problem with the announcement I actually think that removing the mask mandate made sense But needed to be coupled with a very clear message that if we see more surges we're going to have to put mass back on Jaw says that wasn't communicated clearly And so people really thought this was somehow a permanent thing And then when masking needed to go back in place people somehow came to understand that that was somehow a failure of vaccines or a reversal It wasn't Jaw is among those advising The White House on how to prepare for the next phase of the pandemic He's taken to describing masks as a tool akin to a raincoat You wear it when it's raining you take it off when it stops raining And if we think of mass in that way then yeah during surges we should have mass and everybody should be wearing them And then when the surgeons we should take off our masks The CDC's walensky has telegraphed the new guidance will be based on hospitalizations and severe disease rather than case numbers alone And she's already talking about bringing masks back If they're needed We want to give people a break from things like mask wearing When these metrics are better and then have the ability to reach for them again should things worsen The decision to relax mask guidelines is politically fraught despite the mantra from The White House and CDC that they are following the science In most of the country mask mandates are coming down or already long gone putting the CDC guidance out of touch with the reality most Americans are living Meanwhile those who are immunocompromised or have young children say they're feeling left behind But George Washington University public health professor Lena win who was critical of the CDC last May says 2022 isn't 2021 Now the vaccination rate overall is much higher Children 5 and older have been able to be vaccinated since November Omicron is also a milder variant and has swept through the country and I think as importantly there is a recognition that we can not be in a perpetual state of emergency She argues there need to be clear easy to understand metrics off ramps and on ramps for when conditions change Tamara Keith NPR news It's NPR news It's doubly NYC Later on morning edition 50 years ago this month then president Richard Nixon met with leaders in China and laid the groundwork for the normalization of U.S. China relations The two sides basically agreed to postpone and tractable problems like Taiwan so we could get on where we could cooperate We'll look back at Nixon's trip to China 50 years later coming up next hour With clouds hanging over New York Central Park this morning we reached up to 61 Today's forecast one chance of showers by early afternoon gradually becoming sunny with a high near 66 and then we turn cold again below freezing tonight down to 31 More than forecasts coming up It's 7 51.
US death toll from COVID-19 hits 900,000, sped by omicron
"The the the the number number number number of of of of dead dead dead dead in in in in the the the the United United United United States States States States from from from from the the the the corona corona corona corona virus virus virus virus has has has has reached reached reached reached nine nine nine nine hundred hundred hundred hundred thousand thousand thousand thousand the the the the total total total total compiled compiled compiled compiled by by by by Johns Johns Johns Johns Hopkins Hopkins Hopkins Hopkins University University University University is is is is greater greater greater greater than than than than the the the the population population population population of of of of Indianapolis Indianapolis Indianapolis Indianapolis San San San San Francisco Francisco Francisco Francisco or or or or Charlotte Charlotte Charlotte Charlotte North North North North Carolina Carolina Carolina Carolina the the the the number number number number of of of of deaths deaths deaths deaths reached reached reached reached eight eight eight eight hundred hundred hundred hundred thousand thousand thousand thousand less less less less than than than than two two two two months months months months ago ago ago ago the the the the Makran Makran Makran Makran variant variant variant variant is is is is in in in in part part part part the the the the reason reason reason reason for for for for the the the the rising rising rising rising number number number number president president president president Biden Biden Biden Biden is is is is noting noting noting noting a a a a recent recent recent recent drop drop drop drop in in in in the the the the number number number number of of of of cases cases cases cases down down down down in in in in half half half half in in in in just just just just three three three three weeks weeks weeks weeks still still still still too too too too many many many many cases cases cases cases still still still still we we we we have have have have to to to to be be be be on on on on the the the the on on on on the the the the alert alert alert alert but but but to to to be be be clear clear clear this this this is is is a a a dramatic dramatic dramatic decline decline decline according according according to to to Johns Johns Johns Hopkins Hopkins Hopkins cases cases cases have have have been been been declining declining declining in in in forty forty forty nine nine nine out out out of of of fifty fifty fifty states states states over over over the the the past past past two two two weeks weeks weeks but but but deaths deaths deaths per per per day day day are are are on on on the the the rise rise rise in in in at at at least least least thirty thirty thirty five five five states states states doctor doctor doctor Sheesh Sheesh Sheesh John John John dean dean dean of of of the the the Brown Brown Brown University University University school school school of of of public public public health health health predicts predicts predicts the the the US US US will will will reach reach reach one one one million million million deaths deaths deaths by by by April April April at at at Donahue Donahue Donahue Washington Washington Washington
"brown university" Discussed on KOMO
"Of the Brown university school of public health This pandemic has taken all sorts of twists and turns With all Macron's treading as widely as it has I really do believe we now have the tools to combat future surges to get through this moment And as this surge declines I hope we can really start looking forward to a very different way of managing this pandemic One that gets us our lives back in many ways So yeah and what does that mean exactly The WHO says we're about to end We're approaching the end of this emergency phase How will life look different Yeah so the key there is we're approaching the end of the emergency phase The virus isn't going away We may see future surges But I think the restrictions the mandates a lot of those are going to really start easing And what that means is when we see future surges we're going to have to deploy the tools we have vaccines tests et cetera to get through them But this kind of constant pressure we have felt for two years from the virus I really do think that's going to be going to ease in a very substantial way How concerned are you about this omicron sub variant we're seeing in some countries right now Yeah it's something we have to watch very closely We are seeing in Denmark for instance that it has caused infection numbers to continue rising We know that sub variant is here in the United States We think it might be a little bit more contagious I'm not overly concerned but it's clearly something we have to watch carefully Doctor shisha dean of the Brown university school of public health President Biden once again pledging America's support to Ukraine here's ABC in panel Russia's military buildup continuing as the threat of war in Ukraine grows French president Macron speaking directly to Vladimir Putin today to try to find a diplomatic solution But while the talking continues Moscow's escalation at the borders grows In.
'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
Pandemic Effects May Have Lowered Baby IQs, Study Says
"For just newborn children, new research has found from Brown university that IQ levels are 20 to 30 points lower for new children born during the pandemic than before. It says parents are stressed and frazzled. The interaction of the child would normally get has decreased substantially. The ability to course correct becomes smaller the older that child gets. Perhaps not surprising that children from lower economic families have been the most affected as this resonates with many of the other financial employment and health impacts of the pandemic. You see this is where they're wrong. This is not an impact of the pandemic. It's an impact of our reaction to the pandemic. Those are two totally different things.
"brown university" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Community cases in two days since Christmas Eve with 126 new infections and that's a lot for them State of Florida has broken its one day case record Florida 63% full vaccination which ranks toward the middle of states U.S. is still waiting to count cases and hospitalizations can toto coming out of the holiday Doctor Anthony Fauci says the Biden administration is moving The president's multi part component of the response is to make sure that we have adequate backup for hospitals with military personnel doctors nurses and other healthcare providers Doctor Fauci says don't underestimate the potential of especially among the unvaccinated says testing is a key The dean of medicine at Brown university doctor Amish jah says oma cron is dangerous for the unvaccinated even if it's milder It's not milder enough We're still going to see I think a lot of unvaccinated people end up in the hospital Yeah doctor Josh says there may need to be a shift from counting cases to counting hospitalizations and ICU Vice president Kamala Harris says there is no quitting for the administration on build back better I'm not giving up the president's not giving up And frankly the stakes are too high I mean we're literally talking about saying that no family should pay more than 7% of their income in child care We're saying that people who have diabetes I have family members many people know or have diabetes The only thing that will keep them alive is insulin and it is so expensive A Harris on CBS has heard here on Bloomberg says Congress got through infrastructure and this will get done In San Francisco I'm at Baxter This is Bloomberg Thank you Let's get to Dan.
"brown university" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Got a number of jurisdictions in Asia reporting record COVID cases at Baxter covering it all from the Bloomberg 9 60 newsroom in San Francisco Eddie Yeah thank you Doug Let's start with the latest Now China is reporting out 162 local cases yesterday by the way it was one 57 which that time was the most daily local since January so they're still putting together the analysis of these cases Australia New South Wales is registered in most cases in a 24 hour period since the start of the pandemic over 6200 383 are in a hospital and Victoria a smaller surge with 2200 cases Now the good news there is that the active cases in intensive care have declined in both states and Australia New Zealand meanwhile more community cases in two days since Christmas Eve with 126 new infections which is a large number for New Zealand Health officials in the U.S. are holding their breath to see what occurs in the next few days following the Christmas holidays Doctor Anthony Fauci on ABC has heard here on Bloomberg says do not underestimate the invariant When you have such a high volume of new infections it might override a real diminution in severity so that if you have many many many more people with a less level of severity that might kind of neutralize the positive effect of having less severity when you have so many more people to be infected Yeah Fauci says the president's moving more government doctors into areas where the unvaccinated population remains constant And doctor Amish ja the dean of medicine at Brown university says it's becoming a very large problem for the unvexed We are seeing unvaccinated Americans getting infected at very high rates And that's the group I'm worried about because that's the group that's going to end up in the hospital That's the group that's going to end up in an ICU Yeah and sick themselves and clogging hospitals and Doctor Fauci says that un vax group is hard to understand and frustrating for healthcare professionals He says even booing Donald Trump I was stunned by that I mean given the fact of how popular he is with that group that they would boo him which tells me how recalcitrant they are about being told what they should do Even for their own good Singapore confirming a new cluster of cases linked to a Macron heavy hit Vinyl bar in the city health minister saying it's just a matter of time before there's more widespread cases Vice president Kamala Harris says she and the president are not giving up on the build back better Bill There are many times over the course of history where legislation was doomed to be dead And it still kept going the Affordable Care Act being one of the most recent examples or even the bipartisan infrastructure act now not deal Where lots of folks said it was dead on arrival Harris on CBS has heard here on Bloomberg says just two important to working people Harris says it will get done In San Francisco I'm at Baxter This is Bloomberg Doug thank you Ed Let's get to George barris He's with us for the half hour George is the head of research at K two asset management He's on the line from Melbourne Thanks for being with us and happy holidays George Let's talk first about what's been happening here in the U.S. The S&P on Thursday finished at a record high we are about 21 times projected earnings over the next 12 months if you're talking the valuation story And I'm wondering whether or not let's begin with valuation whether that's a concern for you in the year ahead Yes Thank you for having holidays likewise Yes valuations are broadly full But not to have simplified but we will at this stage of the sample that pre write hot size the investment cycle is still conducive for aggregate earnings to be expanding It's just like expanding a decreasing rate and expanding in aggregate growth among the total benchmarks So on that basis and with higher rates we get some pay 500 should It's about a value actually money forward What's on the net debt to caliber 22 And there are some growth at reasonable price of those value play should be the dominant thing in this equity rotation that will continue into the new year So valuations are changed there is a combination of policy that will be removed in the balance sheet slightly with the fed But this is still a stage of earnings connected Growing above long-term historical benchmarks And that's the value actually trying to save one forward And so it's legitimately so and in many risks around that narrative George David here could you talk a little bit more about that Because in a lot of ways that almost gets you into you alluded to this almost the growth versus value narrative And that's almost a vote towards value I guess over growth That's spot on So it's been happening in the past 6 or 7 weeks again aggressively So while it could be markets are remaining at near all time highs in the western world equity bosses and valuations are stretched around over expected equity boards Obviously with a higher rate environment being priced in and contract future et cetera growth at any cost is amplified risk Therefore determination thing going on And it worked well for people like K two who are reasonable costs managers and also works very well for value play And some long short managers as well So is that rotation about the interest rate cycle rosing in the western world in 2022 And the right action is already underway Well you've been talking about that fact that it's not a new kind of thesis here and I'm wondering whether or not there's the risk that it quickly becomes in overcrowded trade Without a doubt that's one of the many risks of 2022 that it becomes an overcrowded risk And therefore we're going to look at bottom momentum at the moment we're going to the end of calendar 2022 with economic momentum flowing that still above long-term historical benchmarks So that's good for earnings That the slowing of course So you've got a downgrade coming from interest rate hockey site in the central reserve and other Central Bank Bank of Korea Australia and.
Man earns Ph.D., fulfills dream of being physicist — at 89
"In eighty nine year old Rhode Island man has finally achieved something he's dreamed up nearly his whole life Manfred Steiner had always been fascinated by physics but instead went into medicine after retiring in two thousand I really don't want to spend my life just sitting around so he enrolled at Brown University and after nearly two decades of classes I made it Steiner earned a PhD in physics this was the most gratifying point in my life his advice to others if there's something you want to do go ahead try it now that he has Steiner hopes to catch on as a research assistant I'm not looking for a paid job you know that's still I'm Sager made Connie
"brown university" Discussed on Squawk Pod
"Welcome back to squat. Pod here's becky quick. The cdc very late yesterday endorsing the distribution of visor biotech. Cova nineteen booster shots for americans who are aged sixty five and older. Those who are in high risk occupational settings and those with pre existing conditions but stopping short of recommending a booster for people whose jobs or situations put them at high risk of breakthrough infections. Of course. That decision was overruled last night by the head of the cdc drill joins us right now with more. It's been really confusing for anybody. Who's walking along. So what just set us up and explain what happened. Yeah so becky. We all went to bed last night. After this vote from cdc's advisers that essentially limited with the fda had authorized booster shots for pfizer's vaccine for just two people who are over sixty-five live in nursing homes or who at high risk of severe outcomes because of underlying conditions. Then we won't this and it turned out. The cdc director had overturned that decision essentially broadened the cdc's recommendation for boosters to match what the fda recommended the entire sticking point as you were saying about those folks who are at high risk of exposure to cova because of their job or their settings and we heard from the fda on wednesday when they approve this they were thinking that included healthcare workers but also teachers daycare workers. Grocery store workers people in prisons and In other settings homeless shelters and so there was a ton of debate but the advisors voted that down yesterday essentially because they thought it really opened the door. Essentially anybody who wanted to walk in and get a booster shot as. There's a lot of debate over. How all this played out. It's very unusual for the director of the government to overrule than advisory committee. In fact it's only happened one other time in two thousand and three for a smallpox vaccine. But you are seeing some folks this morning wing in like doctor or sheesh jaw on twitter from brown university saying essentially cd cedar entered..
"brown university" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Vaccine? Brown University School of Public Health Dean Doctor she saw Think the science on this really is becoming clear, vulnerable people, older people, frail people, people with chronic diseases. They should. Undoubtedly beginning that third shot the question around young, healthy people getting a third shot. I think that part least in my mind is a bit more open. A powerful earthquake has struck near the Pacific resort city of Acapulco. It was so strong that buildings swayed in Mexico City about 200 miles away. So far, One death has been reported. The Taliban has unveiled its new caretaker governmental cabinet and includes an interior minister who is wanted by the FBI. This is ABC News in Richmond, Virginia. This morning, Work crews have begun taking down a 12 ton statue of General Robert E. Lee, one of the largest Confederate monuments in the country. It will be removed and moved to a state owned storage facility underway Now in Paris, the first day of the trial of 20 suspects in the terror attacks in the city six years ago that left 130 dead and hundreds hurt. ABC is Tom Rivers has the story from the foreign desk. Justice grind slowly but finally, the horror of those days are to be examined in the courtroom. November 13th 15 2009 gunmen and suicide bombers struck at the Bataclan hall cafes and other national soccer stadium. The main man charged Saleh Abdel Salam, who ditched his car and a malfunctioning suicide vest and ultimately fled to a hideout in his hometown of Brussels. Five of the six being tried in absentia are presumed dead. The whereabouts of one man is unknown. Elizabeth.
How Much Did the Afghanistan War Cost the US?
"Year ward in Afghanistan cost the U S. A little over $2.3 Trillion. The new figures published this week by the Brown University Cost of war project. Do not include future expenditures, including lifetime care for US veterans or future interest payments on money borrowed to fund the war
"brown university" Discussed on The Propaganda Report
"And then you'll find wanna be like the secret to immortality discovered never really pans out quite that way. But i found an interesting one out of brown university yesterday. It's a new study on political polarization and showed how an aversion to uncertainty is often associated with the black and white political views of people hold. This is true of both people on the left. And the right. The author said this is the first research we know of that has linked intolerance to uncertainty to political polarization on both sides of the aisle so whether a person in two thousand sixteen was strongly committed to trump or strongly committed to clinton it doesn't matter what matters is that an aversion to uncertainty only exacerbates how similarly the two brains the left and the right respond when consuming political content and then the author went on to say that these findings are important because it shows that factors other than political beliefs themselves can influence individuals on an ideological basis. He said we found that polarized perception ideologically warped perceptions of the same reality was strongest and people with the lowest tolerance for uncertainty. Just in general. This shows that some of the animosity misunderstandings we see in society is not due to the two irreconcilable differences in political beliefs but instead depends on surprising and potentially solvable factors as the uncertainty people experience in daily life and they say this suggests that this aversion to uncertainty governs how the brain processes political information to foreign the black and white interpretations of the inflammatory political content. I find this interesting because this fits right in. With what linen solid sqi hitler. All of the organizers right about when they talk about who they are going to target to get into their organization people who have an instability have a leadership void in their life who cannot handle the chaos. The uncertainty this rousing. They just need someone to step in and provide that certainty for them. This fits perfectly with that. In fact this uncertainty is intentional. I did. We did a show a couple weeks ago where i was talking about. How the uncertainty confusion. It's it's all on purpose because the more confused on certain people are the easier they are to manipulate and this study proves that but the fact that they believe that it's solvable. I think that is a positive thing this study actually said at the end they said political partisans may be able to see i had i provided we find the right way to communicate and i think that that is absolutely what it is because the communication. We're getting now is intended to create this polarization and create this uncertainty. So how do we communicate in a way that that lessons that gives people more certainty or more strength in uncertainty anyway..
Florida Governor DeSantis Calls out NIH for Not Studyinf Long-Term Effects of Children Masking
"We had a whole year to watch how this is developed in Florida and throughout the United States and throughout the world, and I can tell you in Florida we had school districts that mandated it last year. Others that didn't same with private and charter and there was no statistical difference. In terms of the cases. There was a study done by Emily Oster Brown University looked at New York. Massachusetts in Florida. They found no correlation to force masking and differences in cases. But you also have a situation where a lot of parents have have come that come to me. They've come to the school boards and said This has been very difficult on their young kids to have to sit there for eight hours with this, it's not natural. It's never been studied what the effects of that are. You know, NIH has a $42 billion budget. They've not spent a single penny since Covid started studying. How these mitigations affect kids. Yeah, again again. I woke up this morning saying to myself. How is it that we live with about 100 Million people who identify as being Democrats or liberals that can be this dumb to subject their kids to this without having any idea what it's going to do to their Children? Long term? Listen, I'm asking a serious question to our liberal and Democrat friends out there of which I have none. I'm just saying, pretending I have liberal Democratic friends for just a moment, a very serious question. What kind of parent are you? You're not even interested. And that there may be significant long term downsides and deleterious effects from putting a piece of cloth over your kid's face for 40 hours a
Working Toward a More Inclusive Music Industry
"One of the big stories in the music industry right now has been the response to hip hop star two babies homophobic comments, which he made during a festival in Miami late last month. As NPR's Elizabeth Blair reports, the fallout was swift as multiple festivals canceled his shows. With his millions of followers on social media. The baby has a powerful platform. He's one BT awards and been nominated for Grammys. I'm one of the greatest ain't no debate. No, no, I'm still levitated medicated. Ironic I gave him love and they and the painting on me. That's the baby on a Dua Lipa song that's in the top 10 of the Billboard's hot 100 chart. During his concert at the Rolling Loud festival in Miami, he told the audience to put your cell phone light up. If you didn't show up with HIV AIDS, you didn't show up today with HIV AIDS and get up there and essentially transmitted disease making died. 23 weeks put his cell phone right now. The backlash was immediate. Dua Lipa distanced herself from the baby Lollapalooza removed him from the lineup. Then more festivals canceled two shows Elton John and Madonna railed against the misinformation in his comments about HIV. I think there's a new moment. There's definitely a new moment. The baby is a big star and Brown University professor Tricia Rose says The cost to his career is significant. At the same time, she says, the music industry has long tolerated and profited from artists like the baby. There's many, many artists who are promoted by the industry, who are celebrated by the industry because of their quote unquote edgy, extreme behavior. And you know that is a longstanding pattern that has not abated in any way And then you know when they step out of line about when and how they actually live into that identity. Then there's all this sort of, you know we're all about peace, love and
There’s No Evidence a Covid Booster Shot Is Necessary, Says Doctor
"The FDA and CDC say there is no need for Covid 19 booster shot even though Pfizer says it would provide added protection at Brown University, Dr Ashish Jha says, Until we see better data that says a third shot is necessary. I remain very comfortable saying we should stick with the two shot regimen and let's see where things
"brown university" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"If you are, you know, vaccines appear to hold up well against this variant, But this is the one that has You know, Dr Fauci, Doctor, She's John Brown University. All the all the experts that you see, um this is the one that has them the most concern because of its potency. Of course, there's been a lot of them made up things like you'll, you'll turn into a human magnet and other things that we've seen either on Tiktok. Her YouTube is like, really, lady. How do you believe this without watching people who take the vaccine, But the misinformation is one thing, but there's still a lot of people. That are concerned because they say the FDA hasn't done his full support behind the vaccinations per say they've allowed it to get to market. Are we likely to see more of this from the FDA? Just because of what whenever we deal with these kinds of issues. Well, I mean, the FDA is probably months away from fully approving a vaccine fighter, maybe first out of out of the gate so they may get it first. Moderna there is applying soon, but that process Given the the Gold star standing of the FBI could take months in order to get a fully approved and not just authorized for emergency use vaccine. And Tony by then, you know who knows what variants will look like and what the course of the virus will be so and his restrictions come down. It does make those who aren't vaccinated, vulnerable. But again, that's you know what we're what about 51% of the country now, um, fully vaccinated, So there's a long way to go and the skeptics? It seems like they're going to be hard to convince. Yeah, I think that's pretty clear right now. It's also going to continue to see when do you need that Next booster? That's the next topic of conversation. Hope. Hopefully we can have Aaron always appreciate your time. Thank you. That's Aaron Carter Ski with ABC News. It's coming up on 20 minutes after the hour here on Kentucky this morning news Scott Fitzgerald has a look at sports coming our way..
"brown university" Discussed on Scientific Sense
"There's been beautiful work over the last couple of decades in the al s human genetics field to identify first one. Then a couple more than several more genes. Who when there's a mutation when there's a bad hoppy disease legal the patient will probably get the disease and actually louis in your eyes start out Probably not functioning. Well you have a lot of neurons. The move every muscle in your body is not one neuron must and so you start losing a few. It just starts out being week. That is is is the disease spreads you lose more more. Get more obvious weakness. And in fact it can spread up. The disease can spread to also kill neurons up in the opinion up in the brain which are also in charge of helping move the muscles the motor neurons in the up in the head and so it surfaces late life. I've imagined hawking an unusual case right spend what what one of the frustrating and tough to understand things about a last. Is that some patients. Will you know the average prognosis is death. Within a couple of years patients though will have a disease that progresses super slowly. And they'll live decades. Like hawking swat hawking right yeah So how long it lives He was a young adult so he probably is okay. The you've caught me out here. I don't know if he must've been in his sixties least when he died. I'm hawking is also another example of the the the specificity of disease it affects the neurons to help our muscles move in for many patients. It doesn't affect how well your brain thinks though at all for some patients it does that your brain is in effect doing just fine. You feel you think just as well as you ever did. But it's just that you lose your muscle control right. Yeah caulking talk sure Says the going back to the elegant again. You're using the same moral here solemnity learning here from. Yeah no. it's the if we want to study disease in mice or flies worms. We have to try and find a way to you. Know not gonna save. Give the animals of disease. That's kind of what it is. You have to create a mall. And all of the simplest way that people started making models Especially because there were only you know some. Christopher wasn't available originally when people started making models veil s they would often just take the human disease gene and put it into the mouths to fly the worm in lots of copies. And so there were in. So you'll be lot of disease proteins and the animals would get sick really fast and you know that can be convenient because you wanna be able to test a lot of things that takes a year and a half for your animal to had symptoms. That's a long time to wait to do an experiment. You can also learn something you definitely can learn from these disease models where lots of protein is made and we've had lots of insights but there are other things that can be hidden in that model. It could be that you know. That's not at that because that's not exactly what's happening patient. The patient has a sort of more slow. A lower level of toxic protein from the bad eat and so with the discovery of the groundbreaking techniques of crisper past nine genome editing..
"brown university" Discussed on Scientific Sense
"It gets worse and worse so time. Yes exactly starts. It's the most of the infants are born and they. They seem totally fine but gradually they lose function of neurons and so then they lose ability to move their limbs in a bid eventually respiration because a problem to which is breathing. Okay okay and so you mentioned before we get into it so you're using a more of here and see elegance as the as the model. Yeah i can. I can lean back. Say when i started getting into science and i was interested in neuroscience back when i was in high school in college i didn't think about. I wanted to address questions about how iran's heavens nervous develop in health brain work. What goes wrong diseases. But i really never thought about you. Know working with flies in words because really those don't seem like they would have much influence but all this event that there would be similar but it turns out almost all the animals on the planet have pretty much. The same jeans are neurons. Were pretty much the same way. And so people start must be flies and worms because you can ask questions fast. And easy i guess. Evolution must be true Yeah be have some evidence. I started using. I did my training on using flies. It use the way. But then when i started training to do ma as opposed to my own independent lab. And so that lab. I moved to seattle again. Which is a little worm about the size of a size of a period on printed page law. But you know they have the same types of neurons just in broad strokes humans do they have motor neurons that move their muscles they have other neurons that tell them littering around but to do they use the same signaling molecules. Yeah that's incredible so Muhammad's be so we can actually potentially owned of neurons. Every this is This was groundbreaking work done by john. Y and judd solstice and others in the ceilings ill there were this yelling and the ones we have three hundred and two neurons everywhere has exactly the same ones connected pretty much the same way to each other so this neuron talks to this niran talks to that. You're on these.
"brown university" Discussed on Scientific Sense
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"brown university" Discussed on KQED Radio
"And this is sort of the principal source of gridlock in our federal government today. If Democrats don't push to reform or eliminate the filibuster, gentle sin says it will present a huge obstacle to Biden's agenda. Other progressives, including Massachusetts, Senator Ed Markey, agree The filibuster must go. It's something that's rooted in a racist past and to choose today as a way of blocking the progressive agenda, which President Biden is proposing an environmental justice, racial justice, economic justice, But the politics around this are fraught with a filibuster gone, Senate Democrats could pass everything. From tax reform to the green new deal with a simple majority. But Senate Minority leader Mitch McConnell says they pay a price when Republicans next control the government We'll be able to repeal every bill that had just been rammed through. We've said about defending the unborn, exploring domestic energy. Unleashing free enterprise to funding sanctuary cities, You got the picture. A number of moderate Democrats also oppose killing the filibuster. Richard Arenberg takes McConnell's warning seriously and says Calls to kill the filibuster are short sighted. Ehrenberg teaches at Brown University and spent more than 30 years working on Capitol Hill, and it was never a time in all those years that I brought any kind of legislative proposal where the very first question I got back wasn't who's my Republican co sponsor because every senator understands if you're going to get anywhere with you legislative proposals You need some buy in from the other side. Karen Berg is co author of the book defending the Filibuster the Soul of the Senate. With regard to how those segregationist senators used the filibuster, he says it was evil, immoral. Ehrenberg says the behavior was evil, but not the procedure itself. He argues, the filibuster cools the legislative temperature and offers a degree of protection for which ever party is out of power. Progressives in the Senate who are now clamoring to get rid of the filibuster weren't doing that in 2017 when Trump took office with majorities in the House and the Senate, so that's why I say it's short sighted. Ehrenberg says polarization is at the root of the crisis in Washington and killing the filibuster will only make it worse. On the other hand use of the filibuster has spiked in the past decade, particularly by Republican minorities. So Democrats like Ed Markey are ready to push back. I believe that ultimately, it's inevitable that we have to repeal the filibuster, moderates might need convincing. But they'll face a tough choice. Give up on key parts of the Biden agenda or kill the filibuster for here And now I'm Anthony Brooks..
"brown university" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Be back with us on Monday morning time now the headlines of the Nation's capital and bring in ABC News correspondent Karen Tremors. You can follow her on Twitter at Karen Travers. Good morning, Karen. Good morning. The president the administration. They're writing some very big checks, making some huge promises on covert and vaccinations. Yeah, this is a big pledge from biting administration to buy an extra 100 million doses of both the Visor and Madonna vaccine. So that's a total of 600 million that would have been purchased enough to vaccinate 300 million American adults by the end of the summer. The big issue, though that work hearing, you know is not the summer supply. We have Dr. Job from Brown University, one of the top public health experts. It was on Good Morning America this morning, and he was saying that he's not concerned about the summer. He's not concerns about the the long term supply issues he's saying. At that point, we might have more doses than we know what to do with, but the supply right now the next couple of weeks and months is going to be so critical, and that's what governors air saying to sew on that point. We heard from the president yesterday that the ramp up this vaccine supply to 10 million doses a week and increased About 1.4 million doses that would go out. That is not necessarily a game changer on the supply issues that was always expected. That's where it should be. Right now. There's a big thing. I think that there's gonna be a positive reaction to is this three weeks forecast that the administration is promising to give governors mayors, local leaders tribal leaders because we're also hearing that they can't figure out how do you make appointments to three weeks out? If you don't know how much supply you're going to have But promising a three week assessment of forecast so they can plan a little bit better and that I think might ease some of the appointment issues that we're starting to see. And they can have a better sense of how many people they can vaccinate and do as many people as possible. Granted, I've only been in office seven days. You know, technically, six days they've been working. They're still trying to figure out exactly how much vaccine they have on hand, aren't they? Yeah, This is a big question the other day. What is the supply We're looking at right now. How much and it was not amazing Answer. Interestingly, from the administration, you know, we were hearing that from the president himself yesterday and a lot of criticism of the previous administration President Biden said the vaccine program is in worse shape than we anticipated or expected. He said. The brutal truth is going to take months before even the majority of Americans get vaccinated, so urging patients but on the other hand saying, You know we're trying to do this and ramp up supply and get things out there so that we're in a different situation Come the summer and we should have a lot more information. I believe today is the first official new Covad press briefing that they're going to do what, three times a week. Yeah, That's what they're saying. These will be virtual briefings a very different than what we saw with the Trump Administration where everybody came here to the briefing room. And sometimes I mean, I was in one on a Friday night that lasted over two hours. This will be the public health experts. The top officials in the administration doing this zoom as we like to do it. Everything now on I think we'll get a lot of technical questions. And hopefully some detailed answers something else that took place yesterday. We're told at the White House President Biden continuous foreign policy outreach Yesterday, we're told he spoke with Vladimir Putin. He did the first phone call with the Russian president, and they agreed to extend by five years the new start treaty. It's the last major nuclear arms agreement between the U. S and Russia. This is a very significant move. The Trump Administration had failed to reach an agreement to extend that after a lot of tense negotiations specifically over whether or not China should be in it. Trump administration said. Yes, Russia said No. But this existing agreement that was put in place years ago during the Obama years. It is set to expire on February 5th so the clock is ticking, and the White House said that President Biden and Putin agreed to have their teams work urgently to get this done by that deadline. All right, Karen. Thank you very much. We will talk tomorrow morning. Great game, All right, 8 45 Karen was talking about We started off discussing the big promises that this White House is making President Biden, making those big promises is saying that he believes they will be able to deliver enough vaccines to the states by this summer for a two dose resident for 300 million Americans to get both doses of vaccine Now we mentioned earlier, Johnson and Johnson of the company's CEO said early this morning. I think it was last night. That he hopes by maybe Sunday or Monday to release data of their phase three trial 45,000 people. This is a single dose vaccine that could be kept in a regular refrigerator on maybe apply for emergency use authorization by the end of next week. You know the process. We've been through it a couple times, so maybe by the end of February, we will have a third vaccine available, and Johnson and Johnson would have 100 million doses available to send out to the states. Immediately as well. So Karen mentioned we might if things work out the way the administration is promising by this summer have more vaccine than we know what to do with Promising enough vaccine for 300 million people, to, uh, to be vaccinated. We have what now? 328 Million. Something like that population. The vaccines right now only approved for for adults basically, 1, 16 and up 1 18 and up. Um and we know that not everybody is gonna want to be vaccinated. Latest numbers I've seen are between 64 72% of the public would either be willing to be vaccinated immediately or sometime soon, Eh? So we hope we could get to those numbers and maybe we do get to you know the I'm still for back in October. I think Have been targeting Labor Day weekend planning on throwing a block party Labor Day weekend to officially you know, start to mark the end of this thing, so let's hope we could keep that up. 8 47 on NewsRadio, 6 10 W Y O D. We check in with Rory O'Neill. He's got a look.