17 Burst results for "Bruce Steinberg"
"bruce steinberg" Discussed on Civics 101
"Civics WanNa one is supported in part by the corporation for public broadcasting now they were a little thought experiment by by this one comes from Bruce Steinbrenner heinburger on Bruce Steinberg professor of political science at the four university he told me to imagine it's the first game in the world series and there's GonNa be. Let's assume I'm going to be the Yankees which often the case with respect to the American league. Let's assume they're going to be playing the dodgers so it's an old yankees. Dodgers World Series dodgers world series. I don't think the Yankees Organization in New York Yankees are going to hold a vote among all the Yankee fans in the country to decide who's going to be the starting pitcher for the first game and they chose Nick shows you ludicrous and yet the analogy what gets done in the presidential selection canonisation crosses. I'M GONNA KAFFA. Dj Worst Pitcher in the world. I'm McCarthy and I'm slightly better at it and today on civics want want in a presidential election series talking about primaries and caucuses the elections before the elections the unique way we choose nominees yes it may be ludicrous for baseball but in politics it's called democracy so first off when you choose a candidate's name in a primary or a caucus you're not technically voting for that candidate well when it comes to a primary process you're actually voting for a delegate.
"bruce steinberg" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Checkup with Dr Bruce Steinberg, we'd like to take a moment to thank our sponsors. The weekly checkup is brought to you by Georgia urology, find competence in the right partner for your health DeKalb medical with you all the way Atlanta allergy and asthma the largest allergy practice in Georgia virtual imaging helping you gain peace of mind, Georgia college, Georgia's dedicated public liberal arts university, Atlanta magazine and a thorny on Atlanta's since one thousand nine hundred sixty one Lynn's celebrating twenty five years is Atlanta's healthcare marketing experts the doctor is in. But he's. Not making house calls. The information provided on the weekly checkup with Dr Bruce Feinberg is not intended as a substitute for professional, medical advice diagnosis or treatment. If you have a medical condition, see or healthcare professional opinions expressed on the show or those of their guests were the host and do not necessarily reflect the position of our sponsors for that of WSB. Come former Atlanta Falcons, head coach, Dan reuse. And I won't tell you about common over sooner Tom Inova sooner has helped over twenty five thousand people with disabilities. Find meaningful employment when you donate your vehicle. Tom Inova center. You donate a perfect job opportunity for people with disabilities. Your donation will feel the employment training programs that change lives every day. At Tommy Nova Senate, donate at Tommy Tom Senate dot org or by calling one eight six six nobody's auto old windows are so needy paint me you've got the Primax replace your old, rotting windows, remodel your home. With 0 from Marvin fiberglass windows, they fit the look of your home like traditional would windows, but don't rock keep the elements out keep the comfort in and save big on your energy bills year round 0 from Marvin fiberglass windows by not replacement windows. This month's limited time offer at energy windows dot com. Replacement windows. Your favorite marvel. Superheroes. Unite for a legendary battle marvel universe law an infinite energy arena now through Sunday for tickets and show details, visit marvel universe live dot com. Get your tickets today..
"bruce steinberg" Discussed on WSB-AM
"We we have a lot to cover in the two hours. We will be talking contraceptive options hormone imbalances that always seems to be a popular topic with callers, menopause, PMS own skies of things not limited though, any any women's health topic is on the table today. But keeping in line with this direct Amies to what is a general recovery time. What is a woman looking at once she's making these preparations for that surgery recovery. Time kinda hysterectomy wolf we're talking about are the minimally invasive options, we act we talked about vaginal laproscopy robotic essentially, expect to be in the hospital either either going home the same day or the next day and recovery is about three to four weeks. Most of the time it's usually about three just kind of depends on how much lifting they may have to do their job. But I have patients who may work at home or work on a computer. And they can start half day. Some of them are back to work in a week. Wow. And certainly all my patients who have to work on commission. They're very quickly. But what are some unusual for? If they didn't have to have an open surgery to be out six weeks, unusual tackle. Yeah. Now, what are some of the things you tell patients to be cautious of and just to kind of slow down on during that recovery. I would say the biggest thing is that you know, you will continue to feel better as the days go on and you'll be excited about doing a whole lot more, and you kind of have to look a little bit like no lifting for several weeks. And you know, the patients that are you used exercising? That's great. But usually, we'll tell them, you know, walking only for the first couple of weeks, and then we'll give them kind of a schedule to build back up their intensity of their exercise do lift heavy things for work. Sometimes we have to put them on light duty for the first couple of weeks. They'd go back just to make sure that they're not gonna overdo it in most base patients only need pain medicine just for a couple of days. And after that, they're just on, you know, over the counter things, but they're still tired for a few weeks. So we need to give him that time to to kind of wrap. Yeah. When you have that one day that you're feeling really good down the Christmas decorations. They may be real tired. And what about intercourse to holding back on that play six weeks about six weeks? You know, the reason for that is that there's an incision at the top part of the vagina that needs to heal. Yeah. There's there's sutures in there. But it's not as if you don't give that time to heal. You can mess, you know. Exactly. So it's important to give yourself that time. Right. Always follow. Doctor's, thankfully, that's very rare. So we welcome your calls today. Four zero four eight seven zero seven fifty I'm Ashley Frasca in for. Dr Bruce Steinberg today and coming up we'll hear from DC calling from Douglasville and high may from Marietta. We welcome.
"bruce steinberg" Discussed on WSB-AM
"So I've done this before others. And I've asked you with our guest Ken name that Tune's you've heard of play for a little bit now and little feet. So that's Paul George little feet and rock and roll doctor. Anyway, I know I don't little feature on the great one of the greatest live albums ever waiting for Columbus. I've said it so many times I'm gonna keep doing it. This is my chance ninety educate the audience, but my but my guests anyway, great great music. All right. We're back on the show. It is the weekly checkup. I'm your host. Dr Bruce Steinberg, we've got Dr Evans Schoenberg of Georgia partners and Paul Dr Paul Wylie of Georgia. Retina course, talking is four zero four eight seven two zero seven fifty is the way that you can talk to them and me with your burning questions. We will go to the phones to start the segment and talk to Mindy in acworth. Hey mindy. I have essentially, I'm guess, I'm calling for maybe to get a second opinion. And to see what lies in the future for me. I have essentially three chronic diseases. I started with glaucoma around the age of forty or right before. And after I had the laser procedures the max to the max, and I had this Rebecca bilaterally and then year so later, I was told I had the beginning of cataracts, which is not treated. And now, I'm told I have the beginning of macular degeneration. So I'm being told that I could have the cataracts treated now. But I'm still it's been five or more years since I had the Tribeca me. So I'm just not it's still not excited about having is surgery. Although I know it's a lot less involved. I guess the the entire show in one call. I mean every disease now, it's not quite that bad. I could have waited. But I can't have the. No, no. I think it's great. I don't is a lot to cover here. So who wants to start us off guys and kind of I you have questions from India about the sequence you just wanna or maybe give the audience some kind of general understanding is her journey relatively normal. Are there people other people like her who because of wants X happens, then y and z follow? So I'll I'll start off Mindy. Dr Schoenberg, it's great to hear from you. Sorry to hear you've had so many difficulties with your is the topics that she's talking about glaucoma cataract macular degeneration, these are three entirely distinct things in most ways, although there may be some connections..
"bruce steinberg" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Brought to you by Georgia urology. I'm your host Dr Bruce Steinberg, and I told the story once before on the show for those who heard it before forgive me for the repetition, but I take a lot of pride as an colleges that nobody had a harder job. There's nothing as hard as having to be Frank with someone and tell them that they have terminal disease a disease, which can't be cured which means in translation that unfortunately, your life expectancy is now limited and having that conversation and a good buddy of mine was a retinal surgeon. And sharing with me that you think that's tough tried to tell somebody. They're not gonna they're not gonna be able to see anymore, and I gave him points that you know. You're right. Probably the second hardest thing to have to hear other than your life. May be limited is your vision. Maybe limited of all of our senses. We depend more ambition than we do anything else. And and as a result of that we decided this year to spend more time talking about it. We haven't really given it much time in the past. And so we've had a couple of shows we're going to do more because there's so much when we think about what's happening. You can now go online and if your teeth or crooked, and you've been thinking about orthodontia, you can do all this without the work of the dentist. Bose has just been FDA approved for hearing aids that again, you don't have to go to an ENT doctor. There's so much of kind of self medication and self management. That's taking place in medicine. There's a question about what are doctors good for anymore. And I wonder. Because in an area like vision, even though you can you can buy readers almost everyone gets an annual checkup. Because you can't check your own eye pressure for glaucoma, and and division is more complicated than just readers, which may help. But are they helping you're driving as well as you're reading? And so this is something which everybody experiences. It's a normal matter at aging that your vision starts starts to become impaired. In some cases, those impairments are signs and more serious disease that if not managed can lead to very serious visual loss. I just had the opportunity to be at the gala for the center of visual impairment, and it was just fascinating. And we'll talk about it later in the show. But we wanted to really talk about something everybody experiences. There's so many facets to it. And we're going to do that again today because more is always better. Of course. That's the American motto. We've got three doctors with us today. Not just one doctor Clayton blam that I pronounce that correctly. Yeah. You got it. All right. Clayton blend of Gainesville. I associates with locations Brazeal, teen Gainesville Cornelia and more in north Georgia and even North Carolina. Dr gale left Goldstein of Georgia ophthalmology associates locations, indicator and Snowville and Dr arena guard of Georgia partners with several Atlanta locations as well as Duluth in Woodstock. Now. You might wonder why we have three docks who practice in three different areas on and that's because they're all part of their practices are affiliated with a new entity called, I south partners. And we'll talk about not just specifically I disease stable talking about the changes that are happening in medicine that relate to much of what I said in my opening comments, and that's leading to a lot of practice consolidation and practice filtrations and integrator called integrated delivery networks in summer specialty in summer broader. And we'll get into that as well today in this conversation. So you can learn more about each.
"bruce steinberg" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Guest hosting the weekly checkup for Dr Bruce Steinberg three to five o'clock tomorrow. So a busy weekend. We know you have a busy weekend ahead of you too. Thank you so much for tuning in. So usually during the lawn and garden show, we have Mickey Gaz way on every week at eight thirty to go over the pikes pick. We got about that back in our because we're going off the air at eight for UGA football the tailgate show. So what do we have as the pikes peak this weekend? Mickey this week. It's herb's herbs are twenty percent. Now, what are what are some of the ones that you have the best luck with? Oh, I have good luck. With almost all the herbs Rosemary and time and say all of them do real and this time of year, I do real good with salon. A lot of people ask about salon Tra and they can't grow it. It just won't grow. But if you planet in the fall, it does really really really good. So I'd encourage you to try that. Now, do you have yours in a raised bed or container banner manner in in sort of rice beds, truly raised with their up, and they drain really really well, most of the most of the culinary herbs that we have from the Mediterranean hot and dry and good drainage. And that's that's really the main thing is just have good, right? Draining soil is catch absolutely in good sun and good air circulation. That's I'm walking in the door to my pike nurseries. Where in the store? Do I go to hit the herbs section it? They're usually right next to the veggies, which at our store west Cobb. It's to the left issued Kellyanne, and they're they're all great. Just love him. The only thing that won't go on all of these will go through the winter. The parsley goes through the winter. I'll go to the winner, except the basal will be the first thing that goes when he gets when it gets one of my favorite. Oh, yeah. In the summertime, but there's some that the Rosemary just lasts forever. There's a Rosemary that I planted that store twenty years ago, and it still doesn't look that great. But it's still there, and it's still edible in Rosemary gets. So this thing is looks like a Bush giant tribe. So twenty percent off all herbs pike nursery this weekend. So today tomorrow mentioned to the cashier. They probably already know. But just mentioned. Hey, make sure I get. Yeah. Pike's peak. I get the twenty percent off..
"bruce steinberg" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Com speaking of? Comedians, yes Louis c. k. Return to the? Stage up in New York the? Comedy cellar turn what do they call it, the retirement no surprise, you what, do you think what do you think, about that I thought it was extra quick. Like yo you barely just laugh, you know but here's the thing he has. Fans. And I'm not talking about how I feel should he come back now however. But people adore him and people hate him. Yeah and I think the power of rate now is the, fact that he can he can be. Built, in base to do he. Has the base like so many people have fallen off, but so, many people are? Still on yeah so. He can. Do whatever he'll probably call the name of his special something vulgar. Like a you? Know. What I did That was me? Being euphemistic Right who Netflix so so I had Dennis, Miller on the other night and I asked him about this because they had just broken that he had popped out and I asked Dennis, as a stand, up comedian like for. You that's that's your time your favorite time is the, stage time getting. Out there making people laugh? Is that, what Joe max so quick he. Just missed that adrenalin. Onstage of course it. Was it was the issue if, you don't get the perform. You, start to go crazy yeah. You start to lose yourself and so he's. Like by any means necessary he's been putting, his foot in the water, and that's, what, guys like Matt Lauer dude they throw out a little article and they put it out. And see how people. Respond they're reading the comments you don't think they're reading the comments under the articles to see with the. Public. Opinion is right now yeah and, he, sees people that like oh. We want him back in so a guy like, Louis c. k. I. Mean got gotta that rush I'm not here to justify, or say whatever he. Did you. Know he did we, did he, affected people in you know I had a guy the other day He said was it, wasn't, really that bad but that's. Because they're comparing it to other people I mean, emotional abuses you think. About now if some old woman that I loved invited, me somewhere and then. I'm thinking. I'm gonna get this, great advice, but instead she pulls out her woo Ya starts, yanking it right in front of. Me and I'm like I'm affected yeah Life, changes who I Mike Winfield will not pull out. His on the punchline stage no but you know what people would, come for. That It's time for the, weekly checkups doctor. Of, the week hi I'm Dr Bruce Steinberg host of the weekly checkup our, show airs, every Sunday, on WSB the doctor the weakest Dr Brent a sharp of Georgia urology Dr sharp completed his urology residency at Emory he's tablets north Alabama's first robotics program in practice in North Carolina for, several years before moving to. Northeast Georgia and twenty thirteen day he treats all urologic conditions in. His completed approximately seven hundred minimally invasive surgeries making him on a Georgia's most experienced doctors, in the field of urology when he's not working he loves to travel and,.
"bruce steinberg" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Hey we're back all right that's I feel like a woman crush twain. I would recognize. That in a heartbeat needed to turn my headphones up a little bit louder So our song of the. Week I feel like a woman send. Us songs that you'd like. To hear maybe thematic with the. Set of doctors that we have. On the. Show for that week we. Will start playing your song. Suggestions as soon as next week we're back on the. Weekly checkup I'm Ashley Frasca in for Dr Bruce Steinberg thanks for tuning in today we're here until five o'clock the show is produced by lens. Atlanta's healthcare marketing experts so I'm having fun in, the studio today with. Dr lily d'arret and Dr OB Maka more of avant. Ghana collagen two hours, with, these, ladies, you can learn about. Their services by visiting avant garde ecology dot com and you can learn firsthand by talking to. Them yourselves, you call four zero four eight seven two zero seven fifty so so many popular topics having to, do with women's healthcare and so many important topics too I. Mean there. Are so many scary things that women face this health issues that men. Don't, necessarily deal. With but. One of the not so scary contraceptive options. For women even that I mean back when I was fifteen sixteen and a couple of choices The pills the send you on your way Let's talk a little bit about that Dr more on. The options, that are out, there for women, I mean there are honestly they're multiple options but I think the options I kind of want us to focus a little bit more on our. Long-term reversible options like an or an implant and for, those that don't know what an. IUD is it's called an inter uterine device and I think, the interesting thing to keep in mind regards these are implants, a, long-term options, are, that for you know longtime. Everyone's like, oh I just take my, pill you know I'm good with my pill but there are a lot of. These options in comparison to the Bill pill. The effect of this, is a lot better so regard to UD's their failure rate is less. Than one percent in regard to, an implant, the failure rate, is point zero five percents see. Most effective reversible, contraceptive method that's out there so you know when we talk about contraceptive methods and obviously we want them to work in regard to what their function is is keeping in mind that the less? That, you have to remember about your option honestly Works yeah and back. In the, day I you dis really, the only option had wasn't it copper there was just the one type the. Women had that's come along that's come along. Way now I will, say in regard to the copper copper tea or the parent I you. D that's been around for a, lot of, years it's still, around it's still available that's the. Non-hormonal I d, that's out there but in one lasts for ten years yeah now you can I have a lot of questions about oh lasts for ten years I have to keep it in that long absolutely? Not Opinion. If you really want to have contructed for lease more than a year then, that's available option for you in non-hormonal option the other options. In regard to. Our hormone all. But they have progesterone in them and now, we have multiple options that are out. There. In regard to. The different names so they're used for, different, lengths of time too. So people can choose to have these even. Inbetween. Pregnancies They light of sorry and it's. Important to realize that not everybody needs for contraception but a lot of people need. Them for management of their cycles and so we do this for all ages there, actually definitely indicated even for teenagers and so, a lot of teenage patients we have or having abnormal cycles and so. This is considered a treatment for abnormal bleeding as well as for contraception, so not everyone needs it for the same reasons. So a lot more to discuss on that topic, and just a note to men. If you hear us talking about this and you hear your wife or your girlfriend just. Griping about having to take the pill please don't. Approach her today and ask her about an IEP d No no no we're happy to come in and answers the questions You want to talk about Same page. So four eight seven.
"bruce steinberg" Discussed on WSB-AM
"It we're brought to you by georgia urology i'm your host dr bruce steinberg i'm live in the stewart actor kevin carson of the georgia vascular institute check them out online georgia fibroid dot com is the way you do that and of course you can talk to him directly four four eight seven zero seven fifty yes dr carson your question we're talking that interventional radiology today and one of the critical changes that took place some two three decades ago was the recognition that radiologists could move beyond just indirect diagnoses by taking a picture of something with an x ray to actually making a diagnosis of something by using that x ray to direct a needle into a place and that would be like what's called a perk eugenijus biopsy and that could be the liver where the longer almost anywhere and then go even one step further and actually through that same needle or some other mechanism under the guidance of treat the thing that was a problem and one of the ways those things get treated is through technique called embolism and we're gonna talk about that now so tell us about embolism kind of take us through conceptually what's involved embolism but has been around for for quite a while but this really just been a recent buzz and talking about it like you said specifically because i think a condoleeza rice went to an immunization and i believe that the president also and i think we both sides of the aisle it's not just but embolism is really taking the treatment directly to will use an example a tumor every tumor or fibroid assan needs blood supply to survive and if you can get that blood supply to decrease or stop you can kill the tumor and a few different ways to do that the old way would be surgically go in and actually take the tumor while from its blood supply but we've learned that almost looking at the the the blood system as lack of a better example plumbing it's all connected so we can literally travel from an artery in your leg all the way up to a tumor that can be anywhere from your brain to your toe and we can we have various ways of treating that to cut off the blood supply so that the tumor will die so where where your leg joins your torso if you put your hands in that crease you might feel a pulse that's the federal artery and that's the federal pulse and the artery runs next to the vein and so you can either go through a vein or you can go through an artery in order to take you where you need to go so to understand this maybe in terms of this whole concept of this perk eugenijus intervention or perkins vascular intervention it wasn't that many years ago and in atlanta was kind of the hotbed of this that heart surgery bypass the bypass surgery in which damaged arteries there were actually the arteries that were supplying the blood to the heart muscle allowing it to pump normally when they became damaged and claude they would remove veins from the leg and they would bypass or jumped the blockages and that was called a bypass graft and then folks again emory's wanted areas where this was worked on a lot of the research was done where we're able to enter veins arteries using wires and pass them up to the heart and then be able to inject dye visualize it and then seeing those blockages either put in a stent or dilate the blockage but do it all through literally a needlestick using wires and it totally revolutionized the field of cardiology and the way that heart disease was treated well this whole concept has many ways in which it can be exploited and trying to deal with cancer both benign tumors and malignant tumors but particularly benign tumors where you don't wanna make a treatment worse than the disease you don't wanna object somebody to extensive extensive surgery that could have all kinds of complications when there might be an alternative way to remove the benign tumor and so benign tumors in general are often looked at if there is an approach whereby you could emblem is or destroy the blood supply to that whereas in the heart muscle you didn't want to destroy the lead supply that would cause her heart attack and that muscle will die in the case of a benign tumor you do want to destroy that blood supply want that thing to go away.
"bruce steinberg" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Full details bs given road i'm steve dorsey investigators are still trying to figure out exactly what happened when a plane carrying a group of american tourist in costa rica crash new year's eve is a a human loss here that's and spoke of all to mira steiber jacobson lost her brother bruce steinberg and his family in sunday's deadly crash she says she still waiting on the details of the investigation i will align air my girls are level a nightmare in our last so by henry humming when the first responders arrived at the scene of the crash deepen the force of costa rica they found the wreckage of the singleengine cessna inflames the private charter flight operated by the costa rican airline nature air crash just minutes after taking off from a small airfield on costa rica's west coast late sunday morning the plane was headed for the capital city of san jose and sent them a yellow uc give aviation officials say before picking up passengers at that airport the cessna grand caravan attempted to land just before eleven a m but wins of more than twenty eight miles per hour were too strong the plane was forced to wait at a nearby airport before successfully attempting the landing a second time thirty minutes later the plane departed with ten americans on board and crashed ohga via toro was the steinberg families longtime nan none this dan bibi full gates chris bit me or wade's mitchell and leslie whites were also on board with their teenage son and daughter spencer hornsby lives next door to the family's home outside clearwater florida you never wanted to tap into something that you now and they were could fit correspondent on deal reporting it was an otherwise see fear for commercial aviation in 2017 correspondent make oliver has more from new york it's a good time to be a frequent flyer i did get on the fly then go on gonna don't worry about it being safety there were no fatal commercial passenger jet accidents in 2017 according to two new studies including one from airline consultant 270 aviation has as loans from its mistakes and that is an increasingly safe form.
"bruce steinberg" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir
"Investigators in costa rica now looking into whether strong winds or mechanical failure or factors in the fiery new year's eve plane crash just moments after takeoff fair to the left nosedived right in front of us nobody survived twelve people killed including two american families from tampa mitchell and leslie weiss and their teenage son daughter earlier in our lives is going to be is is unbelievable and from scars dill new york irene and bruce steinberg and their three sons the only comfort from talking to other friends is that they were all together and they will eat together we'll be together forever also killed their tour guide 33yearold amanda geisler the plane registered to costa rica's nature air which has had a solid safety record but just four months ago another nature air flight crashed killing two people david the pilot of that plane with delayed on an earlier flight because of strong winds and tonight costa rican authorities say that american investigators we'll be joining them tomorrow david kato we've worked with us today at thank you and from afghanistan tonight the us military reporting the death of an american service member four service members were also injured the lost terrific combat engagement in the eastern province known for isis activity were deter next tonight to your money and we're not suggesting lowering your heat in the middle of this frigid cold spell but when it's not quite this cold how much can you save by lowering your thermostat by just one degree abc's chief business corresponded rebecca jarvis out to save your money tonight.
"bruce steinberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The biggest names are too slow tear ray such content and the government should be compensation for the money it spends de radicalising people bridgewater since hits executive bruce steinberg and his family were among twelve people who died in a light plane crash and costa rica yesterday bridgewater founder ray dahlia since the crash is a trash day denmark's prime minister said he wants to conclude the government's plan types of whom this year targeting income tax cuts for what his with low and mediumsized wages lost luggage las wilson said the tax cuts will make it more feasible to work which will bring more people to the job market and help ease his country's labor shortage and the last jeddah is giving movie theaters new hyped for 2018 becoming lost his top grossing film of the pokot you know the sixty eight million dollars in north america over the holiday weekend worldwide the latest on was installment has raked in more than a billion dollas global news 24 hours a day powered by more than 2600 journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm sandra kilholf this is bloomberg modest butler macho sandro now still with us in our london studio is a justin called stewards cofound rose seven investment management is joined us to took his youth the markets in 2018 we were just talking about the united states ever earlier at one of the risks that is highlighted once again in your 2018 outlook is the potential of inflation shooting higher i just want to sort of dig into that in the united states specifically to what extent do you see consumer price growth in the united states and to what extent could have actually accelerate rate hikes at the federal reserve this is i think a fascinating issue because if you do get a sustained not huge but sustained movements and inflation that will actually put further pressure on as you say those interest rate rises interest rate rises them will actually start having an impact all more people how much money people putting into the.
"bruce steinberg" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"This is the hugh hewitt show these of passion this is 800 am 970 the answer here's very cold new take degrees clear sky in central park what's going on in the answer was a billion people packed with the times square last night in the dinner told to watch the youthfulness ball drop and reagan 2018 sue guzman was one the temperature of the time the ball drop was ten degrees making it the second coldest new year's eve ball job ever recorded this woman in times square says it was well worth it calling it the chance of a lifetime we watched the news down in europe times square is one of the most incredible show and i mean if comes every year on the news and every time we watch this where like some day we're going to be there event marked by unprecedented security by the nypd which kept everyone safe so guzman nbc news radio new york fairly from new yorkers reportedly among the victims of the firing play crush in costa rica costa rican officials say no would survive the crash in the mountainous area northwestern part of the country new york post says of those killed include bruce steinberg their sons sank william and matthew of scottish scottsdale spawn sanction giants win jets lose celtics over the debt and the avalanche beat the islanders six one abbott asked the question in queens he ally eastbound has closed from one hundred eight st ripac over towards the grand central parkway that cleanup continues in times square you have eighth seventh and broadway longwood sixth avenues closed between fifty 1930 fourth fifth half view is shutdown between fifty second in thirty five and a lot of closures still continue along your streets alternate side admitted rule suspended sunshine but very cold again today we'll have a high in the upper teens you now know.
"bruce steinberg" Discussed on WINS 1010
"Cbs friday show some respect not hawaii you bible west indies hottest romance what do you think dirty work rose clincy not come to me and for the action stick for the malebonding i commend you thinking or they can hungry pretty echoing it's a match made in the mirror caveman have god bless that's really nice and hawaii fibro cbs friday were stream it live or on demand for cbs sunday pulling at one shot at this guy was dubious the agency ncis los angeles naval criminal investigative service no they are michigan we have got one to fine we need to go into cover no they were in the north capable of running at a time no no limits gone off book for this went off there is no book for this don't miss ncis los angeles cbs sunday or stream it live or on demand ports of a small plane crashed in a mountainous region of costa rica with twelve aboard including ten us citizens the new york post reports a family of five from scars dale was aboard identified as bruce steinberg is wifi rain their three sons matthew william and zachary costa rica's president said the two pilots also lost their lives a crash of a singleengine cessna owned by nature air happened in northwestern part of the country to yesterday american matter waffles were the family near the airport where the plane took off took a nosedive about a minute later joe would be noise i don't i won't rule who was slave drivers good cracking finger from the seat or if it was electrical from the airplane or you gasoline exploding these loud cox and faced with the country's ministry of public security posted this audio the plane crash investigation along with images of the wreckage plane crashed while on route to a beachside resort on the pacific coast according to costa rican officials wins news time twelve thirty five multiple officers were shot one of them killed at a.
"bruce steinberg" Discussed on WSB-AM
"The weekly checkup with dr bruce steinberg sundays at zari on wsb dan drew a bad guy's got a couple minutes here want he get some calls and we're going to have a part to it dan busy gotta read a book thomas was signed kale bj in austin texas hey thomas hey good morning thanks for taking my call uh we when you get your interview again with miss brazil um when she asker who actually hacked the dnc because they never left the fbi in we have a third party that they paid that no one will tell us who actually hacked i mean we're just having to take their weren't born in i'm sorry her book tells me i shouldn't take their word for anything yeah i mean basically uh you had the right they believe the russians are in on two different levels through two different hits they didn't give up the computer right away they said they needed it so they got a gave him a direct copy of it but the whole book is about everybody not seen except heard how dangerous this all waas i mean they basically told her don't let her name her odd her dog since her dog out to a neighbor because they thought the dog was going to be poisoned they thought she was going to be targeted she can't figure out who killed set the rich and she still not over that we need touch on seth rich so uh there's a lot of worry but she's convinces the russians michael assent wndb hey mike a brian i wonder donna brazile wishes uh they she'd never written the book he has backed off so much from some of the things that you said look in an interview with right after it came out that she had written the book and i think he just talked about the fact that she feared for her life at one time while few investigating what the clintons were doing with the dnc or not only the clintons obama and debbie wasserman chose will the worst person to elite any organization of any worth unbelievable which he allowed his part of the reason why there were democrats are nowhere locally or nationally who's atlanta's twenty four hour news weather and traffic news 955 and am 750 wsb atlanta's news starts now i won thirty i'm mark alewine live from the wsb twenty four hour news.
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"And freezing overnight lows 28 the thirty june monday sunshine fifty nine tuesday cloudy high fifty nine and on wednesday mostly sunny high sixty lows thirty six to forty fifty degrees on peachtree street at news 955 and am 750 wsb depend on it oh man lorde yes woah georgian liffe rock and roll dr this is the weekly checked over brought to you by georgia urology i'm dr bruce steinberg and this week we've got adam welcome universities rollins school of public health live in the studio and we are taking your calls 404 eight seven two zero 750 so we were talking about the mandate and the implications of the mandate and so it the mandate essentially as adamus plenty of his attacks of attacks on on the healthy to say that either you contribute to the system because sunday you're going to use the system and so either you participate in it and you get insurance in it'll be heavily underwritten say won't be a huge expense or if you're not willing to do that pay a penalty the penalty was a lot less than what would have been their cost that's right now and so it it was kennedy's interesting behavioral economics kind of modeling we'll people just say no i'll pay ten cents on the dollar just pay the penalty or healthier and charge me something i'll go ahead and by and that's right yeah so this year the penalty is i think six hundred ninety five dollars if you don't buy insurance and demonstrate that you bought insurance now let's this yang now this is our our sixtier it here most of the mandate only went into effect in 2014 so where three years in on three years in the mid and the mandate was the first year was how much i a lot less than that rahm as if they think 395 s some coming less ari and do we know how many people paid the penalty to we have numbers on that has have numbers been released while so part of the reason we're talking about the individual mandate is because the republicans in congress had included it included repealing the individual mandate in their tax reform proposals and so when you look at these tax reform proposals part of whether the information we get is how much revenue the.
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"Wsb news time 406 now live team coverage of traffic and weather jackie lee is in the wsb 24hour traffic center construction delays interloop 285 northbound at mlk blocks to our light right lanes also the offramp blocked delinquent parkway 285 there was a canoe and the roadway 85 north down near clermont left lane blocked in also lots of construction delays on 85 southbound starting around jimmy carter slow all the way down to 285 i'm jackie lee wsb i'm channel 2 action news meteorologist brad nitz with atlanta's most accurate and dependable weather forecast was some drier aaron plays only a stray shower thunderstorm possible especially south of atlanta most of a stay dry with a lot of sunshine and highs near 90 this afternoon we'll be drive through this evening and overnight by monday morning down to seventy one partly cloudy with scattered showers and storms in the afternoon rain chance only thirty percent monday with a high of ninety back to ninety with some scattered after new storms on tuesday 85 degrees on peachtree street at news 955 am 750 wsb depend on it i find bird on news 955 at am 750 wsb presented by georgia urology goodell very good living set healthcare policy directives for better health and fitness this is the weekly check it on your has dr bruce steinberg and we are joined by dr sharp of georgia urology this hour is presented by georgia urology kidney.