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Hospitals Struggle to Contain Covid-19 Spread Inside Their Walls

Daily Coronavirus Update

06:45 min | 1 year ago

Hospitals Struggle to Contain Covid-19 Spread Inside Their Walls

"As the coronavirus continues its spread throughout the country, some hospitals are also struggling to contain the spread inside its walls. Well. It's only a small number of overall cases US medical centers have reported over five thousand cases of patients, catching coronavirus after being admitted there for other conditions, and that number does not include the case of medical staff that have caught the virus at work. Melanie Evans Hospital reporter at the Wall Street. Journal joins us for more on how hospitals try to protect both staff and patients from infection. Thanks for joining US Melanie. Thanks for having me wanted to talk about an interesting facet of this whole corona virus thing and how it plays out in hospitals. Obviously, people are going to hospitals to get the treatment they need. Sometimes they're spending long stays there and the hospital staff. Obviously, has to work with. With them. They have to work with regular patients as well. It can be a very difficult thing and right now. We're seeing that US. Medical centers have reported over five thousand cases of patients that caught cove in nineteen after being admitted to the hospital for other conditions I think that's that was just patients, but there's also a lot of a hospital staffers that are also catching it there from work as well. Melanie a little bit more about, please. Hospitals even outside of a pandemic. Go to some pretty extraordinary lengths to prevent infections from spreading inside the hospital itself. So you've got doctors nurses taking care of patients. Some of them have a contagious disease. You can think of measles you could think of to burke yellow says and so hospitals have all of these various strategies for trying to ensure that contagious patients don't infect hospital workers, and that the disease whatever it may be doesn't spread, and you don't get a outbreak. Hospitals began to try to adapt the way they operate in order to prevent the virus from spreading internally. What we found was that there was a pretty inconsistent approach across hospitals as the pandemic hit the United States, and so as you as you noted, hospitals are starting to report what they consider to be hospital onset cases so patients who've been exposed and contracted or respected to have contracted covid nineteen while inside of the hospital. There isn't good data for exposure of hospital staff. and. It's interesting I mean one of the things that kind of hinders. This is the reporting structure that they use to be certain that an infection occurred in a hospital. You know the federal government doesn't ask them to report everything. It's Somebody's gotta be there for at least two weeks and catch the virus there before the reported has an infection. You got there at the hospital, so there's a possibility of a bunch of other people that could have gotten it before that to expand their one of the hospitals that you. You focused on for your piece was the University of Illinois Hospital in Chicago as you were mentioning? Hospitals are trying to prevent the spread of this thing as much as they could, but even still it got through, and by mid June more than two hundred sixty nurses, clerical staff custodians texts had contracted the virus there four staff members died, so even still it's it's just tough to contain all this. The Standard, the threshold for reporting a case of a patient contracting covid nineteen inside the hospital is pretty high. It's also voluntary. So for those reasons, the infectious disease experts we talked to said the number is likely higher, so we've got about five thousand cases since May fourteen that excludes anything that occurred prior to that since May. Fourteenth there have been roughly. Five thousand cases reported voluntarily by hospitals that met as very high threshold, and to your point we looked at one specific hospital that struggled with these protocols for keeping patients and staff separate, and when we interviewed staff and the head of infection control. What we were told was. It is likely that the virus spread internally that they were investigating, but they declined to share with us. The results of their investigation, citing privacy for employees have died Joyce Hacker Bus Leblanc. She's fifty three year old nurse, Juan Martinez and. Room technician who worked on the third floor, Maria Lopez a nurse, who on the third, floor operating unit. And then FLA botanist Edward Starling. He's sixty years old and he died on June seventeenth. You know speaking to what you're saying about. Some of these protocols they isolate infected patients. The buildings are engineered to help reduce the viral spread. A lot of people talk about these negative pressure rooms, which kind of sucked the air out so the virus staying there, but then there's other research that shows that there's been a particles of the virus kind of hallways outside of those rooms, so it's a very difficult thing to. To contain and be clear these numbers that we're talking about these over five thousand cases, these are a very small fraction of the overall number of cases, but you know it's hard to for a lot of people to feel comfortable there. If certain things like these are happening you know, it just complicates everything. contact tracing is difficult in the hospitals especially at the University of Illinois Hospital that we're talking about at one point, there were so many people are getting sick and was the contact tracing their. They continue to work to boost their infection control practices. As we reported this story, we talked to hospitals across the United States over several weeks and the course of that reporting. hustles described the ways enrich their protocols, and their efforts were changing so early in the pandemic testing was limited. There was no requirement that everybody wear a mask. Now taking is more widespread and hospitals have policies that require universal masking patients and staff are being asked to wear masts to help slow the spread of the virus hospitals in the course of the pandemic raced to reengineer their ventilation systems and add negative pressure rooms, so yes, it is sort of involving response by US hospitals in order to try to contain any possible outbreaks. Hopefully as we continue to get through this, the hospitals can learn to manage it as best they

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"burke yellows" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

04:42 min | 2 years ago

"burke yellows" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Illegal immigrants. Surging into America's not a new topic. It's an old topic that goes back almost to the founding of the nation, but it's a new topic again because we have more immigrants than we've ever had in the history of America ever proportionate to the population. We've taken in more than all the countries on the earth, put together. But that's not enough for Dianne Feinstein. She needs more Gavin Newsom needs more governor Cuomo needs more all the illegitimate who have risen to the top based upon people don't even know what they stand for and voted for them. They need more of them. So we elected Donald Trump. Because he made pledges to us, he build that wall. Build that wall build that wall, we are facing an unprecedented assault upon our nation. Now, you may say, oh, this is just right wing hyperbole all immigrants were all descended from immigrants. Well, that may be true, but it's not true in the sense that your ancestors came here if they had a disease, they were stopped at Ellis Island. No doubt. And either sent back to the home country until I got better or they were quarantine, you know, that word means quarantined they're put into quarantine and treated for the Burke yellow sus. Or whatever else they may have had now quarantine ended with the advent of the aids epidemic. Owing to the tremendous lobbying of the pressure groups surrounding the aids epidemic. When the word Corentin came up all hell broke loose. All right. So we shouldn't quarantine anyone about how bad the diseases, right? Wrong people quarantine today in hospitals, if they get a strain of Burke, yellow since that has let us say incurable if this time. So. Quarantine does exist, even today. Okay. Unfortunately, for the rest of America, the damage that has been wrought upon America, as a result, primarily up Barack Obama and the Democrats simply to stock America with illegal aliens primarily from South America and the Middle East for voting purposes at the change the demographics, America away from that of the Caucasian will, in the end destroy America, as you know, it will not be a better place, there will be a place like they came from. But in addition to that, in addition to the hell halls they ran from which they refused to leave behind psychologically, and culturally. Socially, we having many pandemics many pandemics. You haven't heard about that, when I realized the protocols of liberalism, many pandemics, many pandemics from the delusion that the best interests of the nation are in heart in bringing in as many immigrants as possible. What is clear to all of us is that the best interests at the heart of Democrats is the heart of darkness, bringing in a legal immigrants to vote for them. Chew suck the social services dry, bringing an illegal immigrant children, harboring viruses, and communicable diseases, which I will tell you about specifically you may not know this, but Barack Obama's desire to put America last has hit our most innocent. I did you know that in Ohio, California and Kansas amongst other states? There have been upsurges in measles, outbreaks, yes, you heard me measles outbreaks but worse than measles. Thousands of children in ten states, Missouri. Kansas, Illinois, Kentucky, Iowa, Colorado ally. Oh, Oklahoma, North Carolina and Georgia to name some have become infected as a result of Barack Obama's flooding America with infected children from Central America with a rare respiratory virus. Not seen in these numbers, since the nineteen sixties, that is called human and terro via. Iris EV, sixty eight remember, this code Evi, d sixty eight this virus, ED, sixty eight is responsible for the paralysis. That is occurring in many children, the United States of America who have had no immunity to this virus. The problem for America was that Obama flooded in America, with children primarily from Honduras, where this virus, ABD sixty eight is endemic. In fact, there's an illness in Honduras called the hunter and flu that is caused by the virus ED, sixty eight. So with this potent formula for disaster, bringing in unaccompanied.

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"burke yellows" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"burke yellows" Discussed on KOMO

"Stay informed. Komo's. Saturday afternoon. Twelve o two from the KOMO twenty four hour news center, I'm Jeff Pohjola. But deadly crash on I five overnight. Nearly quit state patrol says around twelve thirty man was walking in one of the lanes when two cars hit and killed him. Drivers were not impaired in any way, three lanes of northbound I five were closed for several hours investigation. But all of those lanes are now back open Moseley, stole reporting, Pierce county sheriff's office is their search and rescue team will continue looking for a missing spanaway man, seventy two year old chain chain, sue. Kim was last seen may twenty fifth sheriff's office as he disappeared picking ferns the beaver creek area. He was with his family about seven miles up from a forest road. A large search party found his footprints and backpack at a ravine on may twenty seventh. Nothing else was found a homeless person staying at the Tacoma rescue mission has been diagnosed with two Burke yellow sus. Now that come Pierce county, health department says it has a big investigation ahead leaders, there, tell us most people who come down with TB aren't exposed to a lot of people. But in this case, the person was actively contagious inside a crowded shelter health department says, there's no current risk to the general public and they only. See about twenty two cases each year retail therapy regulars in north Seattle may be shocked to hear. This Nordstrom is closing its store at Northgate mall. Komo SU Romero with that story after nearly seventy years in north Seattle. Nordstrom says it's closing, it's Northgate store ahead of the malls, big redevelopment, it's last day will be August ninth longtime customer, Nicole Woodruff. That's terrible news. She says she can understand the need for an update but. Be cooler in better and more inviting and Nordstrom is like the anchor. I'd say broom with any mall. The new mall will also not include Macy's or JC Penney, but will have an NHL practice in community ice rink, and more office space. I'm going to have to go Alderwood or downtown. I guess Nordstrom says it plans to work with each of its one hundred seventy Northgate employees to help them with their next steps Romero, KOMO news. Komo news time twelve oh. Four, let's get a check AAA traffic. Here's John Nelson. We'll just when we thought things were all clearing-up area roadways, a stalled vehicle into coma, southbound I five right around the city center area thing on my cameras, but we're going to check that out. He was going on there. Southbound I five is struggling right now from about the king Pierce county line all the way past the city center area, past highway seven, northbound I five and komo's struggling from fifty six street all the way to five five twelve struggling in the westbound direction, pro ching, the I. Five interchange. And we do some events going on through town, the Seattle pride festival going on in volunteer park. So at starting right about now, going till seven o'clock at night, you're gonna find extra heavy traffic in Seattle's Capitol Hill neighborhood are next. Komo traffic at twelve fourteen. Get a check in the forecast sunshine throughout the afternoon. Highs mid upper sixties, if you like sunshine. We've got more on the way for Sunday. Clouds in the morning afternoon. Sun temps in the upper sixties.

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"burke yellows" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"burke yellows" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Argue tell me in this and Kupa wants to bring in people with Burke yellows into his bedroom, are you? So in other words, everyone behind closed doors as something other than what they pretend to be on the on the television on the radio that everyone is one hundred percent one thing or the other. They are blends of positions on many issues, and I read you a letter from the woman who was a hardcore conservative has been all life voted for Trump, but doesn't find it offensive that sex Ed is being taught in California kindergarten classes. Now, I do though I think the children should be left alone. That's my position. But I read her Email again because she is not atypical of many Republican women, by the way who voted. For Trump and may not vote for him again because they're not so show where he stands on so many issues, by the way, I'm trying to favor so don't misinterpret. What I am saying, Peter Lodi your position counts. Make it fast. Please. Pete are you there? Yes. Or no. Other another genius. Here we go. This is what I get now. Wind up with the taking eighteen medications on their on the they don't even know what I'm talking about. Are you ready because when I called you would you please take pick it up and do it. Let's go to Claude in New York line three clawed, New York your position, please. Five takes Mike all, but I and I heard a long talk show that some heavy garden. I don't know what you're talking about. What are you calling about these trae genders? So what is your position make short teaching kids and position on that? Is isn't that endangering of a minor? Yes, I consider I consider it a child sex abuse myself. But this conservative woman doesn't and she voted for Trump. She's been a conservative since she's a child she didn't suddenly become one because she was making millions of dollars a year in radio while before that she was a working for the US government. You know, she's always been a conservative as opposed to the fraud of the media. Make believe that conservatives who are not concerned that whole life. They cashed in on the deal. What do you think? San Jose rob line eight what's your position like making quick? And I don't trust California when they're opening up sex and we've seen manifestations of drag queens story time and look at it stop. They gonna be promoting the worst forms per. I agree thousand.

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"burke yellows" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

10:05 min | 2 years ago

"burke yellows" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"This game. Say that again, it was glorious jersey your uneo went album. Pretty sure I had that. I don't care if not it was awesome. I had Gordo looked at up for me during the break. Yeah. When all them twice in that game. He. He had scored one goal in his first twenty two UEFA championship. Champions League games entering this one and scored twice in one hundred twenty two seconds. And as ridiculous to come in off the bench and scored twice when you normally scored once in twenty two games leading up to that to help your team reached that four nothing margin and a game where you were minus three thousand going into it to beat that team that to me qualifies pretty again. I don't watch a ton of soccer. But did what I see in that corner kicks for those who watch soccer how how rare was that. Were you see a corner kick a guy set up to kick a corner kick or they get a corner kick the balls they're the guys like walking away from it? Like he's going to set up and turned around real quick and kicks the corner. Kick to end up getting that goal is kind of part of. Yeah. I don't work very very soccer. There you go. Get more tales on wake-up Taylor wakeup. Yeah. By the way, you mentioned it was longer. A better odds than country country is not going to run the the Preakness, by the way. It's gotta call interesting where that one is going as well as more things start to come out about the only two weeks between the derby, and the Preakness and how much that way forever. Everybody's talking does does seem to load management for these horses. The voice seems to becoming a little louder on this. Now get into that a little bit later this hour. Golick and wingo is brought to you by Kinko by Wyndham, everything you need to more than succeed tonight. Lakisha tomorrow, you try book direct at l q dot com. Okay. When someone throws their second career, no hitter. And the first no hitter of the season in major league baseball in two thousand nineteen the first thing, we think of it's get me are dairy farmer from Vermont BUSTER, only are fine. Major league baseball insider joins us now on the shell Pennzoil performance line. Buster if I was to say to you that Mike fires is the only active pitcher with two no hitters, how far down the list would he been in your mind to be that guy? Oh my gosh. I mean, he's the classic journeyman fourteen and nine seasons career ERA over four lifetime record about five hundred. He hasn't been that guy. But he had these special moments. And I, you know, not only did he have every no hitter has one or two great defensive plays in it, it seems but he's manager work like crazy for him. Helvin was monitoring his pitch count which was getting out of control relative to where we are in two thousand nineteen to the degree that he broke the great unwritten rule in baseball about not going up and talking to a pitcher while a no hitter is in progress after the seventh inning he told him look if you walk a guy, I'm pulling you 'cause you're getting near a hundred twenty pitches. He goes out he his nine pitch eighth inning. And then as a fourteen pitch ninth inning gets the no hitter. And so he was really excited after the game. And we saw Bob Melvin space after the game. He was completely stressed out. Because he was trying to manage this guy through this. Great moment. Fires where he said. The only active pitcher with two no hitters two. No hitters for two different teams. He did in two thousand fifteen with Houston, our wonderful producer Evan for this show. Buster has said he thinks the way managers manage a no hitter is overrated that they're putting too much emphasis on it. That may end up hurting a pitcher you agree with that. He must be Evan must be a Mets fan. Because the Johan Santana no hitter. When he threw what one hundred and thirty seven pitches or something. He's wearing a hundred ten jersey right now. So it makes all the sense in the world. Exactly. No. I I I have so much respect for Bob in the way. Does I don't think it's overrated at all that that's a really difficult situation where you get a player who's closing in on a milestone, but you wanna do it's right for him fire said after gaming knowledge that he preciado Melvin was looking out for him. I absolutely it's not overrated. I thought he did a great job, and I for managers. It's the worst situation especially in this era in which we're counting pitches every single game. At anybody goes over one hundred feels like you're the the the managers getting stressed out. I bustard to put it differently. Is it worth the risk? Because you are you risking the arm of a pitcher as you point out getting to that sort of pitch count for foreign accomplishment that we can debate you know, where it ranks. Amongst baseball's other notable notable accomplishments in history is it a risk reward. That has a good enough benefit. Yeah. If you're Chris paddock of the Padres is great young right-hander e ain't going near one hundred twenty pitching, right? If it's a young guy. But if it's Mike fires over thirty years old and he bounced around and this potentially is one of the great moments. Absolutely. You give him that shot. And if you don't I think, there's probably a price to be paid in the clubhouse after with the players are looking at each other saying really, I've got this much mileage on me, and you wouldn't let me throw those extra fifteen pitches. I think it actually helps manager in the is the players and look Santana's going to be the classic cautionary tale with what happened with him because he was never the same after that gave it Cohn was never the same after his perfect game and in nineteen ninety nine, but those players would not trade those moments for anything BUSTER only are major league insider joining us on the shell Pennzoil performance line taking synthetic motor oil performance to a whole new level. Make the switch to Pennzoil synthetics today. And BUSTER in a moment, we'll make the switch back to you know, active baseball in the twenty first century. But because of what happened with Mike fires. We're doing the deep dive today on the first pitcher in major league history to throw two no hitters, and of course, you know, that as the little seem engine James. Pud Galvin nicknamed gentle teams, we we. We liked the all baseball nicknames because they're just tremendous. Is there anything else we need to know about? James putt, Galvin that you can fill us in. Gee now. That's I mean, I I know his record. I know a lot about that. If you guys want more how much did you get any Chrissy, Matthew said? All that kind of stuff. Yeah. It was crazy. My favorite part about James pud Galvin that we discovered he one year played for team in Pittsburgh that was called the Pittsburgh Burghers. I it doesn't get any better than that. Well, well, there you go. Yeah. He he was one of the great tragic figures in baseball unusual because he went to college which was very unusual for baseball at it's time. And then of course, forces way into serve in World War I despite being worn in the chemical attack. And to Burke yellows is really really quite a story quite a life for some of the accomplishments in baseball. You look at the numbers like twenty strikeout games, just five. And then you go to guys hitting for the cycle three hundred twenty five plus there if you're sitting in a game and only one of the things can happen, which one would you want to actually see in person? Would you want to see a twenty strikeout game? Would you wanna see a perfect game? Would you wanna see a four home run game? Or do you want to see someone hit for the cycle? I would wanna see a no hitter of all of all the things that that can happen. Absolutely. And I seen to I David Wells and Cone's perfect game in one thousand nine hundred and nine hundred ninety nine there's nothing I think more exciting than that twenty strikeouts. I just think because. We see so many strikeouts. It's lost its luster a little bit of four home run things seems like it's Atta less yield a little bit. And it doesn't seem. I don't know. I like to build up in the no hitter having witnessed that so many times where you know by the six ending the seventh inning and on every ball put in play. The crowd noise is starting to gain in the players started to get excited, and they all have their little rituals in the dugout, and they have their places where they go and sit and they have their superstitions at their honor. I I love that. Well, listen, you are just killing per producer. Evan right now. Absolutely. In this world for it. By the way. Here's the other thing. Cody Bellinger, leads the National League in batting average RBI and there's only one home run behind Christian yelich. What what are the odds that we we might be talking triple crown much later on this year with Cody Bellinger? I got a real shot based on the adjustments that he's made you know, based on how he how athletic. He is. You know, now the dodgers are saying, look he's not gonna play first base anymore because he's got the shoulder issue. He seems to be completely freed up this year. And as I mentioned you guys they could couple of weeks ago. He just seems on a mission after having so many struggles in the postseason, and he just get the feeling. This is something that's gonna stay continue throughout the season. Talking to BUSTER only with us on ESPN major league baseball insider on the shell Pennzoil performance line. Buster what's the with Dallas? And we know he's been holding out wants to get paid what he's worth. But are we finding out in a year where we talk so much about free agency in the offseason that this may be the lot in life for some guys that kind of fill particular roles pitcher and the bottom line with Dallas kaikal is that his agent, Scott Boris? I think no question he over at the beginning of the free agent period. Last fall when teams approached about Tyco what they were told was he? Looking for six or seven years between twenty five and thirty million dollars a year. And a lot of the teams that had interest said, okay? Thank you very much. We're going to look elsewhere because we're not interested in paying that price. Obviously all these teams have passed now that we're into early may there's an open question among some of the executives I talked to about. Okay. Even if we signed Dallas how quickly will he be able to help us in at this point? You're probably looking at mid June. And if you're now, there's incentive to wait until after the June draft to sign because he won't be attached to to draft pick compensation wants a draft starts, then he's free to that. And that's when I think he's gonna sign both. He and kimbrel. This point it probably benefits than to wait another month before they signed just amazing. Those guys aren't aren't pitching just yet. But with the money going on, I guess, we can we can see why some teams are passing. I need some good. Good news. Here BUSTER Corey kluber. While the season didn't start out great for him. I get that. It's a long season. And now.

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"burke yellows" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"burke yellows" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Nine. KOA newsradio. You know, I mentioned that one point eight million legal immigrants came to America last year in two thousand eighteen the highest number ever in a year in American history under the presidency of Donald J Trump hundred one point eight million, and we have something called the immigration and nationality act mandates that all immigrants and refugees undergo a medical screening to determine whether they haven't inadmissible health condition. The CDC as technical instructions for medical exams of prospective immigrants in their home countries before they are permitted to enter America. We're really serious about trying to keep out transmittable diseases. Right. We don't want them here. If you're one of the one point eight million you've jumped through hoops and obstacles to prove that you don't have rabies rebel or pertussis or HIV or measles or shingles. Or syphilis or to Burke yellow says or influenza hepatitis A B C nor to come in. To the country. You've got to go through the testing in your home country to make sure you don't have lice, for example. Or chicken pox scabbies? We we go through all this testing for one point eight million legal immigrants on the other hand, we have another system called illegal immigration from Central America from Pakistan from Venezuela in which there's no checking for any communicable disease, fatal contagious or otherwise. They're not tested on fact, this catch and release Democrats one catch and release. So when you read all over the country about rabies and rebel in protests in measles, you read about these other diseases. We thought were eliminated scabbies, and chicken, pox, and ringworm all these things that it is obvious that it is important to test for all these communicable diseases of the one point eight million immigrants coming to America legally because that's the law now, it's so important that if you have one of these diseases weather's mobster HIV your measles polio. Hepatitis malaria TV, you can't come into America. However, we have literally twenty five million illegal aliens here who've.

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"burke yellows" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

07:02 min | 2 years ago

"burke yellows" Discussed on KCRW

"I'm Marco werman. That says the world good to have you here in Moscow today high level talks between the Taliban and opposition leaders and the goal is to negotiate an end to the fighting in Afghanistan. Here's a Taliban spokesman talking to the BBC through an interpreter. The lon. Washington could do as I said we have two objectives which are an end to the invasion and a stable Islamic government. If the issues of invasion is solved and an agreement is reached with Afghans, perhaps we may no longer have a need for fighting the Taliban says it wants to negotiate with other Afghans, which is promising, but there's one key group. It refuses to acknowledge the country's elected government. President Ghani was not invited. To today's talks in Moscow women were invited though and Taliban leaders listened as Afghan women argued for their rights. Among them was Fawzia Koufi a member of parliament. She's an important figure in Afghanistan. The first female deputy speaker in the assembly someone who for decades has denounced the misogyny and tyranny of the Taliban. They threw her out of medical school when they came to power. And then I threw her husband in jail, and he died from Burke yellows is once he was released since then the Taliban is try. To assassinate Fauzia Kofi several times. And yet today she's in Moscow taking part in talks with the Taliban Fauzia, Kofi Salaam, saalom to you. And to the audience, given everything you've lived through. Why are you there in Moscow talking to the Taliban? I think people Aniston deserve to have a peaceful life despite the personal losses and personal sacrifice. We all have been to both by Taliban. But the civil war. My people need to have a peaceful life. Now this being Saint the only means that we can solve the twenty-first-century century problems are talking a negotiation Taliban's should talk to me and people like me and other woman granison when we have a lot of issues in this agreement will being there in Moscow suggests you see some hope in these specific talks. What do you think these talks can produce? I think it's a beginning. You know, we have come a long way as you rightly say during the introduction. I was attacked by Taliban personality paid the high price. But if if anything means having a peaceful life, we are ready for that. And I think it's a beginning the Taliban that used to use bullet against us and against people. If now they're using their statements on talks and listen to me on my strong views about them. I think it worth it. Madam cuvee? I mean, you spoke very candidly today to the Taliban Moscow about women in Afghanistan. Some reports suggest you read them the riot act. What was their reaction? They listen to it later on their their represent prophets reacted. And he said, you know, he had a kind of half on our speak each and to sponsor my statements saying that what is your position? So according to him woman can get education woman can go to work, but they cannot be president. So, but I think for me the important thing is the beginning that they have to accept us. An accept our presents an extra the modern Afghanistan. So the Taliban does not want a female president. How do they feel about a female deputy speaker in the assembly somebody like you? They said woman can be prime minister. But not president. I mean, it seems like a lot of concessions. Are you convinced that there's peace at the end of the road here. I don't think so because you Taliban over the only insurgent groups in Afghanistan, we have other violent extremism groups, like ISIS and other terrorist groups in the region and in Afghanistan, but. To put down their violence and stop killing our innocent people waiting. And do you think that is going to be the outcome with the Taliban that they're going to renounce violence and lay down their arms? I think that's what we expect that they know for all these forts. And that's why are we are here. And that's why I'm here to talk with them. Otherwise, it doesn't work me coming here. I want to be present that you have gone to somewhere people don't want bullets, but the NSA ballots and yet you are there. Madame Koufi not representing the government of president Ashraf Ghani. So where is he and why are his people not there in Moscow with you? I think it's a question that initial sensor, but I believe that as I say, nobody has paid the price more than some of us, including me and other woman during Taliban offset Taleban. So if anybody is hard, it's the woman Afganistan, we have been victim of war. We don't want to be peace. I think he should understand the and be part of this just personally, what has it been like the last couple of days sitting down a meeting with the Taliban. Hasn't been awkward at all. Interesting. Ray interesting. Yeah. Because there are people from my constituents there is a man who used to be the Melissa planning and higher education during Taliban. He came to me and said, you know, we have so many, friends and note that so I mean this, of course, usually pretend to be nice, and we have to watch. So President Trump speaks to American the world tonight in his annual state of the union message the last few weeks, he's been hinting a drawing down or even ending the US presence in Afghanistan. What do you want to hear from tonight? I understand there is a lot of goodness in the US domestically to hear about an end to the what enough gutless up. However, we need to end this war responsibility. I think the United States, you know, remember they came to Afghanistan after eleven September attack. Only doesn't come to Afghanistan to protect what my goodness, but for their own security is it safe know. That they withdraw completely out. I don't think so, but I'm a coffee you have two children in your heart. Do believe their lies will be more peaceful than yours. That's what I explained to the Taliban. I said if a child is born eighteen years back she or he has grown up or the mobile phone. What's not just with all these technology that connects her especially or him, but her mainly to the wall. So you need to give that child and assurance. That's an example of my children. I wish one day of ghanistan is a country. That is sage. On my children. I love with other women are respected as human beings. Do you believe that's going to happen with your kids? We need to watch this situation. Fuzzier coffee, a member of the Afghan parliament and part of a delegation meeting.

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"burke yellows" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"burke yellows" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"People often experience allergy like symptoms, not realizing that the air that they're breathing in their homes is the main problem, so what are people doing to remove these molds and allergens from the air that circulating over and over and over again in their home while there are a few different methods. But the one most common method and the most effective is using ultraviolet light. Okay. So let's talk about these ultra-violet lights. Have you guys heard about these things? Well, the first guy to have a breakthrough using ultraviolet light was Neil Stephenson back in nineteen. Oh, three and kneels won the Nobel prize for his work using ultraviolet lights to treat Burke, yellow service, and because of Neal Stephenson's work ultraviolet light has since become the gold standard, and it's used in many different ways in the medical field. Okay. It's used to sterilize the air and hard surfaces and pretty much every hospital throughout the United States. Ultraviolet light is used to sterilize water. If you have a well, you might actually use it to sterilize the well from bacteria and for the last twenty five years or so ultraviolet light has been used in residential home heating and air conditioning systems why because of ultraviolet lights unbelievable ability to destroy. Roy the nasty stuff. We were just talking about things like molds and bacteria that take up residence in your home heating and air conditioning system, and guys mold is bad for you. If you didn't get that from what we were talking about before the Environmental Protection Agency says that if you know or suspect that you have mold in your heating and air conditioning system that you shouldn't operate the system. What do you suppose that is? Well, we talked earlier about how your home heating and cooling system. Circulates all the air in your home from Florida ceiling from one end of the house to the other over a hundred times a day. Right. Well, if you have mold in your air conditioning system, the blower, distributes it throughout your entire home. And because we can't see mold spores because their size. We're breathing these spores in and they cause all kinds of quality of life issues. So what's the best way to eliminate the molds and the other garbage from.

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"burke yellows" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"burke yellows" Discussed on Here & Now

"Times with one treatment twelve days later and also substantially increases our lifespan. On this work. You did with scientists at Washington state university in the US department of agriculture sounds wonderful. You want to apply this kind of thinking in other areas to Burke, yellow sus other kinds of illnesses. Other mushrooms. One criticism of you has been that. There's not enough data not enough. Scotty, take that. Because I can hear listener saying, well, if this is true, why am I not going to the drugstore and getting mushroom aspirin or whatever. I mean, what has been the disconnect between what people really believe you're onto and it not being common usage. Excellent question. I welcome. My critic simply critics out there. You know, I love to I love to engage a lead the respond with data. It will become more common. It is becoming more common. The wave of scientific articles coming out supporting the immune enhancing benefits of these mushroom. Species is is tremendous and directly after nine eleven. I was engaged by US defend defense department bioshield by defense program called project vow defense of under several billion dollars. We've found resident in the old growth forest a mushroom. Call to Garo con goes exclusively old-growth force that turned out to be in the top ten of all samples that they tested of more than two million samples the only natural product produced pox, viruses and bioterrorism with a huge concern. The bioshield bow defense program, then steered the research two thousand three hundred ninety two assez. Thank you, George Bush addict Cheney on crazy crazy I'm saying that. But it's true. So we found that these also these extracts. In-vitro with the bio defense program reduced flu,.

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"burke yellows" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"burke yellows" Discussed on Here & Now

"Times with one treatment twelve days later and also substantially increases our lifespan. On this work. You did with scientists at Washington state university in the US department of agriculture sounds wonderful. You want to apply this kind of thinking in other areas to Burke, yellow sus other kinds of illnesses. Other mushrooms. One criticism of you has been that. There's not enough data not enough. Scotty, take that. Because I can hear listener saying, well, if this is true, why am I not going to the drugstore and getting mushroom aspirin or whatever. I mean, what has been the disconnect between what people really believe you're onto and it not being common usage. Excellent question. I welcome. My critic simply critics out there. You know, I love to I love to engage a lead the respond with data. It will become more common. It is becoming more common. The wave of scientific articles coming out supporting the immune enhancing benefits of these mushroom. Species is is tremendous and directly after nine eleven. I was engaged by US defend defense department bioshield by defense program called project vow defense of under several billion dollars. We've found resident in the old growth forest a mushroom. Call to Garo con goes exclusively old-growth force that turned out to be in the top ten of all samples that they tested of more than two million samples the only natural product produced pox, viruses and bioterrorism with a huge concern. The bioshield bow defense program, then steered the research two thousand three hundred ninety two assez. Thank you, George Bush addict Cheney on crazy crazy I'm saying that. But it's true. So we found that these also these extracts. In-vitro with the bio defense program reduced flu,.

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"burke yellows" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

04:48 min | 2 years ago

"burke yellows" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Well, the food and Drug administration says that Bowers candies chocolate or caramel purchased after November fourteenth should be thrown away because of a worker in the facility testing positive for hepatitis A. Just remember that border. Authorities are referring fifty people a day for urgent medical care, including tuberculosis, flu and even pregnant women about to give birth. According to a top official saying it's unlike anything they've ever seen before most of those in need of care children and a staggering twenty eight percent are under the age of five Dr Gary Ridenour with us our expert on pandemics, Gary what's causing this situation. Do we know what situation you wanna talk to? I two Burke yellow SIS the flu infections. Berkey losses was identified nineteen fifty five and for an example in the nineteen fifties or eighty five thousand cases per year, we're down to ten thousand cases per year. But a recent study has shown that the cases have jumped up the first time since nineteen ninety five and in low socio economic groups HIV positive people and drug addicts a lot of the people that have that are not native born Americans with Mexicans being a leading group having to bricky Lhasa's at this time. Now, can they obviously pass that on if they come across the border? Oh, yes. That would be the big fear about how many people that are over the border there that are carrying two Lhasa's that would come over and it spread by cough. So. So you just have to inhale the air. And there's a good chance to get it into you HIV patients last year three hundred thousand died and for regular patience. We had ten million cases with three point five million people dying last year. All right, thanks. Dr Gary Ridenour is giving food to homeless people a crime. The question could be decided in federal court now that a Missouri pastor is suing the city of Saint Louis after he was ticketed for providing nourishment to those in need, according to the riverfront times. The Reverend Ray red lidge regularly hands out sandwiches as they traveled through the city to pray with others and distribute Christian literature, but on October thirty first he was surrounded by four police cars, along with officers on bikes who issued a court summons for a legally feeding the homeless that takes no sense. A lengthy partial. Government shutdown that began on December twenty second could have a negative effect on the US economy. According to the Federal Reserve, let's check in with registered investment adviser miss shut locked on this situation. This can't go on much longer. Michael. I don't think it can George. I agree with you here. I think if it goes on too much further, I think is that they'll get our send it something to Trump if he vetoes it, I think congress will override his veto. I think that's what we're coming. Now. Trump has also threatened to just move on and build this wall on his own accord. I don't believe that's constitutional George. There will certainly be a congressional challenge to that. Meanwhile, we've got some other things that are kind of interesting. I'm looking at the euro zone. German industrial production fell one point nine percent last month in November. Actually, that's the latest. Stat we have French industrial production fell one point three percent. Both were expected to rise. We've got a slowdown in China. Trump desperately needs a deal with China. I don't think it's going to be much better than what we already have. But if we don't get a deal out of this. It's going to be immediate global recession in my opinion, and he's cancelled some meetings because of the entire situation. Like, you said we had to get this thing straight. We do. I don't even know her enough you heard about just in Joshua tree national park. So so sad p people went in there and and chop down trees. So they shut down the whole park, you know, in response to this. This is just madness George a infuriates me. All right. My friend up next hour astrologer, Mark Lerner joins us as we talk about. How he sees the year ahead on coast to coast AM..

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"burke yellows" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"burke yellows" Discussed on KTRH

"West good morning. Good evening wherever you may be across the nation around the world. I'm George Noory. Welcome to coast to coast AM later on tonight, the spiritual meaning of the sixties. There's what's happening. A story. We have for you up in the highlight reel at coast to coast, AM dot com. Astronomers have revealed details of mysterious signals emanating from a distant galaxy picked up by a telescope in Canada. Now, the precise nature origin of the blast radio waves, not known among the thirteen fast radio bursts known as FRB's was very unusual repeating signal coming from the same source about one point five billion light years away. Go read that story, it could could be alien in nature. Well, the food and Drug administration says that Bowers candies chocolate or caramel purchased after November fourteenth should be thrown away because of a worker in the facility testing positive for hepatitis A. Just remember that border. Thorndike's are referring fifty people a day for urgent medical care, including tuberculosis, flu and even pregnant women about to give birth. According to a top official saying it's unlike anything they've ever seen before most of those in need of care children and a staggering twenty eight percent are under the age of five Dr Gary Ridenour with us our expert on pandemics, Gary what's causing this situation. We know what situation you wanna talk to I to Burke, yellow SIS the flu infections. Well, to Berkeley losses was identified nineteen fifty five and for an example in the nineteen fifties or eighty five thousand cases per year, we're down to ten thousand cases per year. But a recent study has shown that the cases have jumped up the first time since nineteen ninety five and some low socio economic groups HIV positive people and drug addicts a lot of the people that have it are not native born Americans with Mexicans being the leading group having to brick yellow sus at this time now can they obviously pass that on if they come across the border. Oh, yes. That would be the big fear about how many people that are over the border there that are.

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"burke yellows" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:55 min | 2 years ago

"burke yellows" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Well, the food and Drug administration says that Bowers candies chocolate or caramel purchased after November fourteenth should be thrown away because of a worker in the facility testing positive for hepatitis A. Just remember that border. Authorities are referring fifty people a day for urgent medical care, including Burke, yellow says, flu and even pregnant women about to give birth. According to a top official saying it's unlike anything they've ever seen before most of those in need of care or children and a staggering twenty eight percent are under the age of five Dr Gary Ridenour with us our expert on pandemics, Gary what's causing this situation. Do we know what situation you wanna talk to? I two Burke yellow since the flu infections. Berkey losses was identified nineteen fifty five and for an example in the nineteen fifties or eighty five thousand cases per year. We're down to ten thousand cases per year. But a recent study has just shown that the cases have jumped up the first time since nineteen ninety five and it's in low socio economic groups HIV positive people and drug addicts a lot of the people that have it are not native born Americans with Mexicans being the leading group having to brick yellow sus at this time now can they obviously pass that on if they come across the border. Oh, yes. That would be the big fear about how many people that are over the border there that are carrying to Burke yellow so that would come over and it spread by cough. So you just have to inhale the air. And there's a good chance you can get it into you HIV patients last year three hundred thousand. Died and for regular patients. We had ten million cases with three point five million people dying last year. All right, thanks. Dr Gary Ridenour is giving food to homeless people a crime. The question could be decided in federal court now that a Missouri pastor is suing the city of Saint Louis after he was ticketed for providing nourishment to those in need, according to the riverfront times. The Reverend Ray red ledge regularly hands out sandwiches as they travel through the city to pray with others and distribute Christian literature, but on October thirty first he was surrounded by four police cars, along with officers on bikes who issued a court summons for a legally feeding the homeless takes no sense. A lengthy partial government shutdown that began on December twenty second could have a negative effect on the US economy. According to the Federal Reserve, let's check in with registered investment advisor. Shut lock on this situation. This can't go on much longer. Michael. I don't think it can George. I agree with you here. I think if it goes on too much further, I think that they'll send something to Trump if he vetoes it, I think congress will override his veto. I think that's coming. Now. Trump has also threatened to just move on and build this wall on his own accord. I don't that's constitutional George there will certainly be a congressional challenge to that. Meanwhile, we've got some other things that are kind of interesting. I'm looking at the euro zone. German industrial production fell one point nine percent last month in November. Actually, that's the latest stat. We have French industrial production fell one point three percent. Both were expected to rise. We've got a slowdown in China. Trump desperately need a deal with China. I don't think it's going to be much better than what we already have. But if we don't get a deal out of this. It's going. Critical.

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"burke yellows" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"burke yellows" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Evening wherever you may be across the nation around the world. I'm George Noory, you welcome to coast to coast AM later on. And tonight, the spiritual meaning of the sixties. There's what's happening. A story. We have for you up in the highlight reel at coast to coast, AM dot com. Strana murders of reveal details of mysterious signals emanating from a distant galaxy picked up by a telescope in Canada. And now the precise nature or of the blasts of radio waves, not known among the thirteen fast radio bursts known as FRB's was a very unusual repeating signal coming from the same source about one point five billion light years away. Go read that story could could be alien in nature. Well, the food and Drug administration says that Bowers candies chocolate or caramel purchased after fourteenth should be thrown away because of a worker in the facility testing positive for hepatitis A. Just remember that border. Authorities are referring fifty people a day for urgent medical care, including Burke, yellow says, flu and even pregnant women about to give birth. According to a top official saying it's unlike anything they've ever seen before most of those in need of care or children and a staggering twenty eight percent are under the age of five Dr Gary Ridenour with us our expert on pandemics, Gary what's causing this situation. Do we know what situation you wanna talk to? I first Burke yellow since the flu infections. Berkey losses was identified nineteen fifty five and for an example in the nineteen fifties or eighty five thousand cases per year, we're down to ten thousand cases per year. But a recent study has just shown that the cases have jumped up the first time since nineteen ninety five and said, low socio economic groups HIV positive people and drug addicts a lot of the people that have it are not native born Americans with Mexicans being the leading group having to Berkeley Las at this time. Now, can they obviously pass that on if they come across the border? Oh, yes. That would be the big fear about how many people that are over the border there that are carrying Burke yellow says that would come over and it spread by cough. So. You just have to inhale the air. And there's a good chance you can get it into you HIV patients last year three hundred thousand died and for regular patience. We had ten million cases with three point five million people dying last year. All right, thanks. Dr Gary Ridenour is giving food to homeless people a crime. The question could be decided in federal court now that a Missouri pastor is suing the city of Saint Louis after he was ticketed for providing nourishment to those in need, according to the riverfront times. The Reverend Ray red Lynch regularly hands out sandwiches as they travel through the city to pray with others and distribute Christian literature, but on October thirty first he was surrounded by four police cars, along with officers on bikes who issued a court summons for a legally feeding the homeless decks, no sense. A lengthy partial. Government shutdown that began on December twenty second could have a negative effect on the US economy. According to the Federal Reserve, let's check in with registered investment adviser. Michele block on this situation. This can't go on much longer. Michael. I don't think it can George. I I agree with you here. I think if it goes on too much further, I think is that they'll get send something to Trump if he vetoes it. I think congress will override his veto. I think that's what we're coming. Now. Trump has also threatened to just move on and build this wall on his own accord. I don't believe that's constitutional George..

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"burke yellows" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

05:36 min | 2 years ago

"burke yellows" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Morning. Good evening wherever you may be across the nation around the world. I'm George Noory, you welcome to coast to coast AM later on. And tonight, the spiritual meaning of the sixties. Here's what's happening. A story. We have for you up in the highlight reel at coast to coast, AM dot com. Strana murders of reveal details of mysterious signals emanating from a distant galaxy picked up by a telescope in Canada. And now the precise nature or of the blasts of radio waves, not known among the thirteen fast radio bursts known as FRB's was a very unusual repeating signal coming from the same source about one point five billion light years away. Go read that story, it could could be alien in nature. Well, the food and Drug administration says that Bowers candies chocolate or caramel purchased after November fourteenth should be thrown away because of a worker in the facility testing positive for hepatitis A. Just remember that border. Authorities are referring fifty people a day for urgent medical care, including Burke, yellow sus, flu and even pregnant women about to give birth. According to a top official saying it's unlike anything they've ever seen before most of those in need of care or children and a staggering twenty eight percent are under the age of five Dr Gary Ridenour with us our expert on pandemics, Gary what's causing this situation. Do we know what situation you wanna talk to? I two Burke yellow since the flu infections. Berkey losses was identified nineteen fifty five and for an example in the nineteen fifties or eighty five thousand cases per year. We're down to ten thousand cases per year. But a recent study has just shown that the cases have jumped up the first time since nineteen ninety five and some low socio economic groups HIV positive people and drug addicts the a lot of the people that have that are not native born Americans with Mexicans being the leading group having to Berkeley Los at this time. Now, can they obviously pass that on if they come across the border? Oh, yes. That would be the big fear about how many people that are over the border there that are carrying to Burke yellow that would come over and it spread by cough. So you just have to inhale the air. And there's a good chance to get it into you HIV patients last year three hundred thousand. And died and for regular patients. We had ten million cases with three point five million people dying last year. All right, thanks. Dr Gary Ridenour is giving food to homeless people a crime. The question could be decided in federal court now that a Missouri pastor is suing the city of Saint Louis after he was ticketed for providing nourishment to those in need, according to the riverfront times. The Reverend Ray red Lynch regularly hands out sandwiches as they traveled through the city to pray with others and distribute Christian literature, but on thirty first he was surrounded by four police cars, along with officers on bikes who issued a court summons for a legally feeding the homeless takes no sense. A lengthy partial government shutdown that began on December twenty second could have a negative effect on the US economy. According to the Federal Reserve, let's check in with registered investment advisor. Michelle blocked on this situation. This can't go on much longer bicycle I don't think it can George. I I agree with you here. I think if it goes on too much further, I think is that they'll get send something to Trump if he vetoes it. I think congress will override his veto. I think that's coming. Now. Trump has also threatened to just move on and build this wall on his own accord. I don't that's constitutional George there will certainly be a congressional challenge to that. Meanwhile, we've got some other things that are kind of interesting. I'm looking at the euro zone. German industrial production fell one point nine percent last month in November. Actually, that's the way to stat. We have French industrial production fell one point three percent. Both were expected to rise. We've got a slowdown in China. Trump desperately needs a deal with China. I don't think it's going to be much better than what we already have. But if we don't get a deal out of this. It's going to be immediate global recession in my opinion, and he's cancelled some meetings because of the entire situation. Like, you said Mitch we had to get this thing straight. We do. I don't even know her enough. You heard about this in Joshua tree national park. So so sad p people went in there and and chop down trees. So they shut down the whole park in response to this. This is just madness, George I it infuriates me. All right. My friend up next hour astrologer, Mark Lerner joins us as we talk about. How he sees the year ahead on coast to coast AM..

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"burke yellows" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"burke yellows" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Here is a minute or so of a sample podcast of what I'll be doing next week. Listen seems from an extinct world. What does the extinct world the world? We're living in. Do I have to make it any more clear to you? You want me to make it political when you flood a world like ours with diseased? Illiterate. Non-english-speaking masses your world is becoming extinct. Call it. What you want? Pelosi is a criminal Schumer is a criminal. And he say nation would lock them up. Four destroying the nation that gave them their fortunes. I am an immigrant, son. My grandfather didn't flood over this border and suck this nation. Dry. It is a biological war against this nation. How many diseased immigrants are coming into this country? What do you want me to say to you? They're all wonderful to work. Little Maria loves America. Seems from an extinct world your world is dying right in front of your eyes. And you know, why because you're too damn kind. Kindness. Doesn't survive in? This world kindness is killed off. Kindness is destroyed in this world. It always has been and always will be when you have enemies within like Pelosi and Schumer and the entire democrat socialist party of American hating Vernon. And then you have us and we see our world becoming extinct. Not only are they sucking our welfare system dry. Not only are the prisons filled with illegal aliens who've commit felony after felony after felony. Twenty eight percent of all prisoners are illegal aliens who came here and committed one crime after another and then got core. There is not a nation on earth that has ever survived us therefore this nation. Will not survive. This this nation will not survive. It. It can. Scenes for hating of what I'm gonna do. It can't be every day like that. But you wanna know what it's going to be there. It is. Now, here's an article to confirm what I just said to you many. Maybe you're offended by what I was saying. Because it's so opposite of what the liberal media is preaching. Here's a headline. Number of sick kids source at border to Burke, yellow sus. Flu infections land, migrants, and hospitals, those hospitals Mexicans. No, fifty people a day for urgent medical care TB, flu you name it. TBN flew a staggering twenty eight percent of whom are underage five dragged along over the border by their parents hoping to use the children as a shield against speedy deportation from the US. Pneumonia. Tuberculosis parasites unseen in the United States of America. These are things that not develop overnight. These do not develop in a matter of days. These are illnesses that will infect this nation and destroy. It is overwhelming the nation. I try to tell this to some powerful people in Washington about the CDC and corrupted as how many years have I told you that the centers for disease control became the centers for democrat control, these rotten doctors who was supposed to be our guardians or health guardians on nothing. But Lysenko ists who lied about genetics in order to appease Stalin, which led to the starvation of thirty million Russians, the scientists that the CDC the entire top to your needs to be fired. They should put someone in like me who knows how to.

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"burke yellows" Discussed on NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

03:12 min | 3 years ago

"burke yellows" Discussed on NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

"Yellow sus have a relapse after six months of first line therapy as do approximately twenty percent of patients after four months of short-course therapy. This study analyzed pre-treatment isolates of Mycobacterium. Tuberculosis obtained from patients who subsequently had a relapse or were cured in the tuberculosis trials. Consortium study twenty two development cohort to determine any correlations between the minimum inhibitory concentration m I c of a drug below the standard resistance breakpoint and the relapse risk after treatment in. In the development cohort. The mean m I c of ice or niacin below. The break point was zero point zero, three, three, four micrograms per milliliter in the relapse group and zero point zero, two, eight, six micrograms per milliliter in the cure group, which represented a higher value in the relapse group. By a factor of one point, one seven, the corresponding MAC values of revamping represented a higher value in the relapse group. By a factor of one point, five, three higher. I MAC values remained associated with relapse in a multi variable analysis that included other significant between group differences. This study found that detriments of m. I c. values of ice, says it and refine plan that were below the standard resistance breakpoint in drug susceptible MTA Burke, yellow sa- strains had an influence on treatment outcomes with the risk of. Relapse increasing together with the MDC value. These findings were confirmed in a validation cohort in an editorial, Eric. Rubin from the Harvard t h Chan school of public health. Boston writes that clearly it would be better to use clinical outcomes as measures of which drug doses are actually effective. Of course, such pinpointing of regimens is difficult, particularly in infections such as to Burke, yellow sus that require combinations of drugs. However, if in-vitro testing is not completely reliable, perhaps now is an opportunity to focus on the genetic determinants of treatment success. For example, much research effort is now being focused on the correlation between genomic sequencing of Michael bacteria and in vitro, antibiotic, susceptibility, testing, and approach that could be simpler and more rapid than current practice. In the meantime, we still have data that are useful as colon. Jelly and colleagues have shown the clinical laboratory provides us not only with a break point interpretation, but also with raw data. A quantitative assessment of m. I c. values. These values can be thought of more as probabilities of successful therapy then as absolute thresholds, a change in attitude that may dispel a false sense of security.

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"burke yellows" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

The Jordan Harbinger Show

04:37 min | 3 years ago

"burke yellows" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

"I mean, there are things that people drink that I certainly drank as a kid that had three times that in one glass. Absolutely. And I drank as a kid too, and you know, I certainly dragged him as an intern, try to stay up all night, so absolutely. And the, here's the problem. You know, our bodies and this is this is a lot about. Complex chronic illness. As you know, in the twentieth century, many people died from simple acute illnesses, especially in the first half of the twentieth century pneumococcal pneumonia to Burke, yellow sus, diptheria, things like that. And of course, the great success of twentieth century medicine was to combine public health policy with antibiotics to make these diseases and uncommon cause of death. Now, the problem is we are dying of twenty-first-century illnesses because we are still practicing twentieth century medicine, which is you wait for symptoms. You're right description. You send them home. That's not the way these diseases work. Twenty-first-century diseases, Alzheimer's cancer, cardiovascular disease type. Two diabetes on on these are complex chronic illnesses that have many different things that contribute to them and therefore you need to look at these. The good news is you can see them. I'm coming for years ahead of time. And so, yes, you need to include all these different things. Things we just talked about in things like, you know, your gut Lincoln by the way as you pointed out, you know, the fifteen grams of sugar more than that, here's the issue we weren't made. So we are. We are living in a way that our bodies were not produced to lift. So here's an example, if you said, hey, Dale, let's go out. You know, we decided there's a new fun thing we're all going to do. And that's jumping out a third floor windows. Well, you know, some people are going to survive that, and some people are not like, yeah, but it's fun. This is what we do every day. Well, our bodies weren't made to do that. So a lot of twenty-first-century illness is actually because we are living in a way that is evolution narrowly inappropriate. We were not designed evolution narrowly to eat a lotta sugar. We were not designed evolutionary. To stay up all night. The reality is we really work designed to have lights on at night. We were designed to have light dark cycles there with the son, and so we're already pushing the envelope when we're sitting there at night and I'm absolutely guilty of this myself. So we have to be careful. So I'm dealing with some people who have macular degeneration. We need to look at how much blue light exposure the diseases that we are talking about these complex chronic and especially the neurodegenerative diseases of which there are many as you know, in Parkinson's and Lewy body, macular degeneration, frontal temporal dementia, progressive supranuclear paralysis, cortisol, basil, degeneration, on and on. These things are essentially mismatches between our supply and demand, and they occur because we are not a, we are not living in the way we were designed to live. We are not exposed to the appropriate environment and out many of us get away with it. But as you. Indicated genetics will play a role. So these things are all written onto our genome and it when we have a sensitive genome to one thing or another, we have an increased risk to go down the Alzheimer's pathway or the Parkinson's pathway. So that's why the genetics are important, but they confer risk and they in the vast majority of cases do not confer absolute determine ISM. It is simply risk. So we wanna know what we're at risk for and we wanna get on it. As you know, when the first team was sequenced from James Watson, he did not want to know one gene which was because he said, there's nothing you can do about it. Well, now there's a lot you can do about it. And so there's a wonderful website started by woman named Julie. G who started a website called Aibo e four dot info there over three thousand people on that website who are actively looking at their own status. And what they can do. In fact, vast majority of more on some version of the protocol that I described in the book and they are actively preventing their own cognitive decline. So Dr Bredesen's we need to address as many holes or as many contributors to Alzheimer's as we can all there's thirty six..

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Johns Hopkins says "zero risk" after accidental release of tuberculosis

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00:54 sec | 3 years ago

Johns Hopkins says "zero risk" after accidental release of tuberculosis

"Wcbs news time six oh three rob white bird in the six eighty wcbs maryland newscenter a sevenyearold girl found shot in the back seat of a car in south west baltimore police say the girl is a shock trauma fighting for her life she was found unresponsive in the car on the corner of edmonson avenue and north loudon avenue no word on a suspect or how the shooting occurred to cancer research buildings johns hopkins hospital evacuated today because of possible to burke yellow says contamination but the evacuation order has been lifted hospital officials say the baltimore fire department investigated the possible release of a small amount of tuberculosis authorities now saying there was no risk of infection to anyone newsrooms across the country pause today to observe a moment of silence for five employees at the capital gazette were killed a week ago orioles at the twins tonight eight ten eighty nine.

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Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore evacuated due to possible TB exposure

Sean Hannity

01:12 min | 3 years ago

Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore evacuated due to possible TB exposure

"Cbs news time four zero three rob white verde in the six eighty wcbs maryland news center to cancer research buildings at johns hopkins hospital were evacuated today because of possible to burke yellow says contamination hospital officials say the baltimore fire department investigated the possible release of a small amount of tuberculosis and at some employers were isolated for evaluation the hospital says the two buildings were evacuated as a precaution newsrooms across the country pause today to observe a moment of silence for the five employees of the capital gazette who were killed a week ago the baltimore sun media group observed a moment of silence at two thirty three pm at its offices at annapolis baltimore and carroll county that's the same time a gunmen attacked the newspaper in annapolis with his shotgun last week baseball tonight the orioles at minnesota at eight ten the national was trying to break a five game losing streak or home to miami at seven oh five rob white six eighty wcbs news hey sean hannity here did you know the government accounting office has come out with a recent report which suggests that retirees have income annuities as part of their retirement plan now income annuities can provide a guaranteed income for life but.

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Frederic Chopin Left His Heart in Poland

Classics for Kids

00:46 sec | 3 years ago

Frederic Chopin Left His Heart in Poland

"Healthy when he was only thirty nine he died of burke yellow sus he was buried in france and a special box of polish earth was imported to sprinkle on his grave but chopin ask to have his heart removed put in an urn and sent to warsaw you can still see it there in the church of the holy cross one kind of piece that polish composer

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