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"brown university school public health" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Ten year yield that's down Or actually slightly higher right now at one 48 the two year yield right now at 75 basis points Continuing flattening out of that yield curve and Bitcoin I guess you could call this an awful day It's down 6% here back under 48,000 but still well above where it was at the start of the year Romain Boston critic group the gems done of it This is Bloomberg And doctor these Pellegrini here in the Bloomberg new servant were getting word this hour that governor LeMond tub in Connecticut is calling in the National Guard soldiers and airmen and this will be to assist logistical operations for distribution of at home COVID rapid tests and also the masks that he announced yesterday would be forthcoming Travel headaches across the nation mounting nearly 1100 cancellations impacting travelers in the U.S. today And that is on top of the thousands yesterday and over the long holiday weekend Seattle's airport and O'Hare in Chicago among some of the hardest hit also Los Angeles delta among the airlines canceling hundreds of flights New York reporting just about more than 10% jump in COVID hospitalizations since the latest numbers to more than 6100 people now New York City is doubling school tests and some good news though for some employers And for those who tested positive for COVID but are feeling good the CDC announcing it is shortening the recommended quarantine period to 5 days from ten for people with asymptomatic COVID Doctor shisha is dean of the Brown university school public health If 5 days later you feel well are the CDC recommends and I agree with this that people can break out of isolation but they continue to wear masks when they're around others for at least 5 more days And Sean also recommends that kids get vaccinated as quickly as possible if they are not governor hok in New York warning omicron is sending more kids to the hospital than previous variants did You need to join the ranks of parents who've done the right thing for their children to make sure they're protecting This new variant is affecting children more than the past variants Before we always said don't worry so much It's not really affected That was a different variant And this.
"brown university school public health" Discussed on The Chalene Show
"Really accept the fact that she wants to be non by our that she is c. Screwed up that she is non binary conservative girl. The one thing that i always tell them. That's how my daughter wants to be referred to as they or them. It's really hard for me to struggle. Because it's not like normal english language. I respect their decision. Is it their decision though. See hard. it's a hard struggle. You have to accept it. You have to take them as they are. You have to have them support whichever path. They're going to go through. Our son was assigned female at birth and he came out to us when he was a sophomore in high school. About fifteen at first coming out as gay and then coming out as trans wrapping our heads around that very quickly. We came home one day and his head was bald after having long blonde hair so that was a bit of a moment for dead and he cried but not in front of our son as a parent. We will do whatever it takes to keep our child safe for some that includes agreeing to surgical intervention and hormone replacement therapies. Even if you believe that your child might not be old enough to make this sometimes permanent decision on their own. Meaning you've got to bring in a team of individuals to help assess the child and figure out what is in their best interest. There's no instruction booklet to help you get through this and to say these. Things are complicated. Would be an understatement. We've had primary care. Physician appointments gender doctor appointments for testosterone. Not he injects himself so we don't have to do that but then there's making sure he's not pregnant so there's birth control tests and then there's acne because of the tea and he's a teenager and there's acne medication and more birth control tests and more appointments and you just have to really trust your teenager to share information. But how do they make decisions. You know there's a chance. He may not be able to have kids if for some reason he ever wanted to use his own eggs so mental health appointment psychiatric nurse practitioner appointments for meds. Finding therapists was very hard for trans kids under the age of eighteen is a little easier. Now that he's older in august of two thousand eighteen researchers from brown university school public health published an article about a trend called rapid onset. Gender dis fauria. In other words this was a study about the idea or the growing concern that young people more specifically female were suddenly or quickly kind of during or after puberty deciding that they were transgender. The study suggested that social media and the influence of girls friends was playing a major role in what appeared to be a sudden surge in the number of girls who are identifying as non binary or transgender males. That idea is highly controversial. Many critics the article and the the research was scientifically unsound in that it was motivated by anti transgender beliefs. In fact there was such an outcry of criticism about that article and that research that the journal initiated a formal review process that eventually led to the article being republished in the original article the author lisa littman allied t. m. a. n. Md of brown university suggested that there was this growing concern that young people were suddenly and rapidly developing gender. Just for you. Even though they had no symptoms of gender dysphoric during childhood the author simply described that there were lots of parents reporting that this often happened after their daughters became part of a friend group or after compulsively watching videos youtube videos or reading about gender identity and just being kind of inundated with this idea of gender gis fauria as a type of adolescent late onset. Gender fauria where the development gender just for you. There are no signs of it when they were younger. Many people criticise lisa lippman. As suggesting that gender does fauria was simply social contagion in much the same way. Anorexia can catch on in front groups or smoking or drinking or other habits or identities that are influenced by our social and or peer groups. This theory is also the basis of the book. Irreversible damage the transgender craze seducing our daughters by abigail shearer. This book was pulled by many bookstores but eventually the controversy created a bestseller. I think it's really important to note that many other scientists including the world professional association of transgender health found lots of problems with way. These studies were conducted and the preponderance of other factors. It might lead a young person to never talk to their parents about what they're feeling or to have their experience heightened as a begin to enter into puberty nonetheless this episode is not to validate or to invalidate parents who are seeking to understand if in fact their child is truly struggling with gender dis fauria or if by chance their child is going through a difficult time and has found a group or a social media community or a transgender individual. Who when they explain what it is. They're going through what it is. They feel this person may then diagnose themselves as transgender or non binary and seventeen year old stepdaughter her whole life. She has been a super girly super traditional. I guess you can say little girl about three and a half years ago. She decided to cut off all of her hair. Kind transitioned into more.
"brown university school public health" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes
"Yes officer. I know that's why i was having a house party in my house. That's how i was quarantining. So all of this assay. If there is one place you would want a mandate vaccines. It would be on college campuses right. The that seems pretty reasonable yet. There's already a proactive. Right wing movement in place to make sure that doesn't happen. Republican governors in texas georgia. Arizona have ordered public universities not to mandate vaccinations of students. When indiana university announced in the spring require all students employed employees vaccinated twenty republican. Legislators lobbied the governor to block the move mitch daniels. The president or per university awesome indiana for a republican governor of the state last april when the us pandemic was still in its first wave. He was the one who was very proudly announcing they were open in person in the fall mitch. Downhills announce his university and more than forty. Five thousand students will not require vaccines in the fall now. I don't know how that's going to turn out. I hope well maybe people are vaccinating already but again. The principal here is extremely hard to determine particularly since this defensive private bodily autonomy is not exactly a watchword among conservative republicans when it comes to the extremely high stakes intimate personal health decision of a woman's pregnancy. so it sure seems like the principal is essentially just backlash politics. we perceive that liberals are trying to get vaccinated which is by the way not true. So don't take the vaccine and it doesn't have to be this way. It has not been this way for lots of other people. Tens of millions of people all different ideological stripes. Who voted for all different kinds of people. Who probably don't see eye to eye to on anything and that's fine. It's a big country. People disagree who've gotten the vaccine. Just look at the hosts fox and friends again. This is an active choice by an almost incalculably cynical set of political actors to harness the power backlash politics in pursuit of more sickness and more death joined now by dr. She giardina brown university school public health. Which is requiring all students to be vaccinated in the fall. Angela curse owned the president. Coo media matters which monitors and correct conservative misinformation in the media and it will let me start with you. Because i i again. I don't spend as much time studying this as you do. But my perception is that there's been a kind of acceleration towards this view over time as we've gotten further into the biden administration of this kind of just asking questions trolling. -ly opposition to any pro vaccine moves is that is that a fair characterization. That's exactly right. It has.
"brown university school public health" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes
"From new york. I'm chris as here's the thing the way that right wing politics works in. This country is the main purveyors of it are constantly testing sniffing out new messages to find what works. Best motivate and agitate. They're shrinking base. They are like truffle. Pigs for reactionary backlash we saw this with donald trump. We see it with the host of fox. News will always follow the base where it leads them. And now we're seeing this. Play out in those folks mobilzation against the vaccine. It seems hard to believe but it was not always this way. We hear the host of fox and friends back in may talking about getting a vaccine. I understand there are people that have vaccine hesitancy. We all three. You're vaccinated. And i will tell you when i got it. It was just like okay rule now exactly now. I know i'm not going to get it. I'm not gonna die from it if i do get it. There's a small percentage of chance that you could get it but it's the people who have not gotten shot which ultimately they're the ones who are in peril good for them seriously. That's a good mashes. I am glad they told everyone. Hopefully some people went out and got the vaccine after seeing that. I told you all when i got the vaccine shared my celebration dance. Rachel maddow talked about getting the vaccine a lot of my colleagues and friends and just people across the country posting pictures getting the vaccine. I've actually loved that content. I personally feel comfortable talking about it. I was desperate to get it relieved when i got it. I really think it is protecting me and my family. It's afforded a peace of mind and also the ability to go back to a semblance of normal looking back now. It's hard to conceive of that same fox and friends quick for me happening now and that is because as the republican conservative base continues to view the racks vaccine through the lens of the roiling. Backlash politics it's been cultivated encouraged by right wing media by the fox and friends hosts most notably tucker carlson. Who night in night out is doing things like comparing the vaccination effort to eugenics and forced centralization. Now again this is all being done with a tremendous degree of bad faith because tucker carlson will not say whether he's been vaccinated or not ben smith and your time trying to find out you know asking the question texting to ask whether he got in the vaccine was tucker's reply quote. When was the last time you had sex with your wife. In what position we can trade intimate details. I'm gonna take that as a really weird. Yes i guess really what what's going on here. What are you hiding people. Talk about this all the time. Just ask your colleagues on fox and friends you can just say it. Is that scary instead. The right has started to build up this cult of privacy and personal choice. Just around the vaccine which i will note is in direct opposition to their position on abortion in every way and they've also caught up with us. Coy just asking questions flirtation. Cultivation of antitax feeling that is going to lead to more unnecessary death and it is already doing. The most recent study says that the accelerated vaccine schedule under the by administration. Save nearly three hundred thousand lines. Three hundred thousand lives take a second to just take that in. We lost six hundred thousand people to cove it. Some number of that was entirely unnecessary. Accelerating vaccination saved three hundred thousand lives as dr. She's jaw the dean of brown university school. Public health is pointed out. We also have evidence the benefits of vaccinations born out in two states south dakota and vermont and they demonstrate perfectly the stark difference between the states at manage to fight back and vaccinate and suppress the virus and those did not dr job points out that vermont and south dakota actually quite similar both have slightly older white rural populations comparable meeting incomes. They both have republican governors. This is partisan these days. They look super similar on current infections. Those states are in a pretty good place right now these days but he explains it is how they got to that place that matters. Vermont has vaccinated more of its population than any other state. Nearly three quarters of population has gotten at least one does south dakota's right in the middle of states at fifty one percent. But because south dakota and governor christie no followed the donald trump get out in the battlefield earth immunity route and vermont from the beginning has followed the fight the virus and then get vaccinated route. The two states ended up in a sort of similar place in terms of case resistance but the cost of many many more lives south dakotan's who did not have to die. Look at this chart. Nearly six times as many people in south dakota died of co as in vermont. It could have been that curve on the bottom. They didn't need to die but they did. Because of choices that their leaders mate right now one of the biggest challenges in the us is the twenty to thirty five age group. Young people were inclined to feel invincible. We know they're they're lagging in vaccination. May these young people go to colleges and there were to get into those colleges. They're all kinds of things you can and can't do in college right requiring admitted students to do things before they come to college is part of what going to college is. Vaccinations requiring them as many universities have done is not crazy. It's not out of line with a lot of other things and for a minute. Just consider where covert most happy. Covert loves settings with lots of people crowded indoors talking closely to each other going to bars and clubs getting drunk. Maybe not being super sanitary and basically. I've just described a college dorm last year. We saw tun of college outbreaks across the country. In fact there's lots of evidence suggesting those outbreaks then spread to the greater community is false started last year. I would have played this incredible snapshot of the problem from miami university of ohio. Last fall leaving twenty people inside. I've never seen this before. There's an input on the computer that you tested positive for this week ago. Are you supposed to be quarantining house. Do you have other people here. And your you're positive for kovin the problem. Everybody has a hill road. We want to sun open. Just won't down there. Were probably seven people. Seven or eight people that left our house when you told them to leave. So you're not quarantining. If you're mixing with other people okay so everybody here has.
"brown university school public health" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Thanks PKK away News, Radio Times 7 16 our top stories. The police department in DC is now the third to be hit by cyber criminals in six weeks. Data from a hacked server started leaking online group known for ransomware attacks is threatening to release more info if their demands aren't met this week, and that includes information about police informants and gangs and update from President Biden later today on the fight against the pandemic, NBC's Tracie Potts says the White House chief medical advisers optimistic after Anthony Fauci says if vaccinations continue at the current pace, we could be weeks away from a major turning point, a significant decrease in new covert cases, hospitalizations and President Biden expected to talk about new CDC guidelines affecting mass wearing outdoors visor is testing a single pill treatment that could be available later this year. Mark Mayfield, reports. Visors chief science officer says The pill is a Proteus inhibitor that could be prescribed at the first sign of infection. It works by preventing the virus from reproducing itself inside the body. Isar unveiled the pill earlier this month of the American Chemical Society. Spring Meeting India overwhelmed by a million new cases of coronavirus in just the past three days, Brown University school Public health Dean, Dr Ashish Jha says things are about to get worse problem is, the hospitals are already full, and a majority of the infections have not gotten sick enough to lip need hospital care. Where are all those people going to go? President Biden spoke with Indian Prime Minister Modi and the U. S. Is sending billions of doses of the AstraZeneca vaccine to the country. The head of the company running the global supertankers hoping to find a buyer. Now that the company's shutting down Global supertankers services President Dan Reese think If it goes away, we'll will be sorely missed, and it will be a It'll be a difficult tool to try and replicate and replace the Colorado Springs based aircraft will either be sold to another company to fight fires or be turned into a freighter that finally Jason Aldeen going to.
"brown university school public health" Discussed on WTVN
"Being brought to the shelters being given a copy of her Children's book. Superheroes are everywhere. Do you know why that is and if she's making any money off of that of the president of the vice versa, President's book? Yeah. I'd have to check with our health and human services team if you're talking about if they go to shelters or if they go to welcome kid. Apparently there's a copy of her 2019 Children's book, Superheroes or Everyone have to certainly check on that here. It's a good book. We got one more. Well, it's it's been arriving. The book is called Superheroes are everywhere. Uh, it's included in the kids. Welcome, kid. I couldn't help but think to myself. Can you imagine if the last surge that we had if you're going back in time? President Trump last surge like this, and not even close, but was President Trump 2019 2018 2019. Can you imagine the outcry? If President Trump former president Trump would have had his art of the deal book to welcome and people who for the fork, er I mean the outcry of which, by the way is I think it's It's a good book, and I not say that superheroes are everywhere is not a good book. I'm just saying, Can you imagine if the president would I mean the outcry of that would have been absolutely crazy. The Columbus City Council yesterday seeded new members of the Civilian Police Review Board. Not without controversy, though they were split over one nominee that we've shared on this show before whose Social Media Post last week said that there was no need to wait for the fax on the fatal shooting of last week's 16 year old Mukai Bryant. Tiles. Strickland is his name 30 and I've said before. On paper, he looks pretty amazing. Harvard trained lawyer. Clean cut guy, obviously pretty smart. But he posted on his personal Facebook page last week, Mukai Bryant died. That in the case of the fatal shooting of the day before, do not let anyone tell you to wait for all the facts while they simultaneously frame their own narrative of what occurred. Well, we've way see the video. I mean, that video does not lie. We saw what happened. It played out right in front of our eyes. Officer. Reardon is a hero. He had to make the unfortunate decision, but it's protecting and serving. Kills someone to save someone, or that other person probably would have died or been Drastically hurt, severely injured. Well, an update on this from last night, council members voted unanimously to approve every other member of the panel, including two new new ones added to it. That list of last minute the city charter. Changed approved by voters last year required an odd number of members doesn't specify how many, though, but look in the case of Strickland. The vote was 5 to 2 with the two departing board members who Woods roof the November election. Said this month that they will retire at the end of this year. Mitchell Brown and Priscilla Tyson. They voted no, By the way, I would just like to applaud, Picture proud and Priscilla Tyson Doing something pretty brave, especially when you're talking about the city of Columbus. Dealing with the City Council. That was brave to do because you know you're probably going to be outnumbered. And judging by the vote 52 to 4 Strickland, it was pretty obvious. The bride shooting may come before the board, too. I hope not. I mean, it's pretty obvious about what Officer Reardon did. He's nothing short of a hero. And this is just another example is far as I'm concerned of Ah, LeBron case where you're shooting off your mouth too soon before you even know all of the facts about what happened, even though let's be honest, the video told a lot about what happened. You have an officer that pulled up had a little bit of knowledge about what was going on. But as soon as he stepped out of the car had what 11 seconds 11 seconds. Split second decision on what to do next. Council member Liz Brown said that if the goal is to create trust in the system, people must be allowed to speak their truth and have their passions. I have so much trouble with that. I have so much trouble knowing that Kyle Strickland is going to be on this board and how this board is supposed to be trusted by all in the city of Columbus, let alone Columbus Police Department and the F O P. How How do you trust this board? I don't think you can at this point seems a bit shady 7 47 years radio 6 10 w TV end sports excreting dramatics for both the Indians and the Reds as they both win in Cleveland. The tribe rally for a 53 win over Minnesota. Jose Ramirez homered the eight too tired and then in the tent, Jordan Lupul O with a two run, walk off shot to win it. The Reds also intended eggs and also by a 53 score beat the Dodgers and they also added two run homer to win it. Jesse Winker, blasting without the top of the 10th TJ and telling three hitless innings in relief picks up the win this Blue Jackets update service of LCG logistics. The Jackets have already tied a franchise record with a nine game winless streak, the try to avoid becoming the first team in franchise history. To reach double digits without getting a win. C B J Home destroyed on the three week anniversary of the last victory on Lee six games left in the season three will be against the Red Wings. Two days silly NFL draft in Cleveland begins Rumors over where former Buckeye quarterback Justin Fields will be picked continue to swirl multiple reports yesterday that the 40 Niners with the third overall pick. And planning to take a quarterback have ruled fields out. They plan to choose between Alabama's Matt Jones in North Dakota state's trade land. Buckeye basketball freshman Zed Key. NBCi Johnson both get in Bates from USA Basketball to try out for the under 19. U. S national team Ohio used Jason, pressed in the Mac player of the year declares for the NBA draft, but is maintaining his college eligibility so he could decide to come back. On the court of the MBA Cavaliers lost 1 12 96 to Toronto from the Central High 100. Years of Sports stats matter for news radio. 6 10, Wtvg. Thank you, Matt said 48 now into the newsroom, But Scotch I need Scott. What you working on for eight o'clock? Bring in. Many health experts are on board with the likelihood that the CDC will pull back on mask mandates outdoors. Stina, the Brown University's school public health doctors usually thinks the move is warranted. I think we're going to see a pulling back of the mandates, I think certainly When you're outside out in about unless you're in large, crowded groups. There's really very, very little little risk of being outdoors, and experts say mask mandates when he'd stay in place indoors so longer. The CDC could update the mandates as early as today and the Supreme Court preparing to hear a free speech case stemming from a team not making her high school cheerleading squad. That story coming up at the top of the hour. 7 49 traffic and weather together from temp, star heating and.