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"cdc new jersey" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

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04:22 min | Last month

"cdc new jersey" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"In response to online threats of more violence in Washington and in state capitals leading up to next Wednesday's inauguration. President put out a video on Twitter Wednesday night. Every American deserves to have their voice heard. In a respectful and peaceful way. That is your first Amendment, right? But I cannot emphasize that there must be no violence. No law breaking and no vandalism of any kind. He did not mention is impeachment at all. The White House released a statement saying, there must be no violence, no law breaking and no vandalism of any kind. Statement goes on to say that is not what Mr Trump or America stands for, and he called on all Americans to help ease tensions in calm tempers. Meanwhile, President elect Joe Biden's transition team also released a statement. Saying they take the potential for violence incredibly seriously and are staying on top of what measures are in place to prevent disruptions or attacks and officials here in Pennsylvania planning for potential unrest this weekend in Harrisburg, That part of the story from cable IWC Pat Lowe, the Pennsylvania Capitol Police are the front line and protecting the capital, and spokesman Troy Thompson says they're aware of the threat to state capitals posted by many of the same groups that stormed the U. S Capitol last week, and they've beefed up staffing Pennsylvania Capitol Police are working with local, state and federal law enforcement agencies to monitor the situation. Representative Kevin Boyle says he's noticed the enhanced police presence more heavily armed police 15. Very, very well, honey. The National Guard has not been some into the Pennsylvania Emergency Management says it hasn't received a request for them. The state police say they're standing by to assist and that planning is ongoing. The governor's office says it's confident the Commonwealth has the resources in place to protect Pennsylvanians against threats and to keep the Commonwealth safe. At Loeb, K Y. W News radio and a news conference is planned for this afternoon to update security measures for the weekend. Man who were an anti Semitic shirt during his during last week's capital Riots, made a virtual court appearance following his arrest. A man seen wearing a camp Auschwitz sweatshirt during the U. S Capitol rights last week has been arrested in Newport News. Virginia, and arrest warrant says Robert Packer, is facing federal charges of unlawfully entering a restricted area and violent entry, a disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds. The image of the shirt referencing the Nazi concentration camp drew widespread condemnation on social media. It was one Of a serious of anti Semitic symbols and sentiments seemed during the capital riots that experts see is part of a disturbing nationwide trend. Matt Piper CBS News on End in Sight, the latest on the covert vaccine, residents of Montgomery County over the age of 65 can pre register for the Cove in 19 vaccine through the counties website. Cable I w. Suburban Bureau chief Jim Millward reports for now, Montgomery County Commissioner Balakot says they're asking only people who qualify for one B or one seed by age to pre register. She expects people to qualify through employment can pre register by the end of the week, though she asked people to go through their employers where possible, our coach says they're able to administer about 1000 doses of the vaccine per day at the community College. But, she says, contrary to what health and human services Secretary Alex is our said, they're limited by how much vaccine they get each week and they're slowed into strip. Eating it because they don't always get the amount. They're told to expect better coordination and better planning, and some certainty would be so helpful. You know, if we knew with certainty how much vaccine we were going to get next week that we could release more appointments for next week, Kush says she's hopeful that improves in the coming weeks is the by the administration takes over. As for new cases are, Kush says the positivity rates holding steady around 10.5%. And so far, she says, they're not seeing the big jump in cases following the holiday is they saw after Thanksgiving at the suburban Jiro Jim. That work. Okay. What W news Radio. Taking its cue from the CDC, New Jersey is planning to add people over the age of 65 to their list of eligible those eligible for the Corona virus vaccine. Governor Murphy spoke on w P I X TV in New York Wednesday morning. You should assume that we're we're going to be all over that, and we will open this up again. We were gonna.

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"cdc new jersey" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"cdc new jersey" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Health is a man hospitalized Dan Bernie Bergen county has the state's first presumptive case of coronavirus governor Murphy issuing a statement tonight saying that health officials and the state are awaiting confirmation from the CDC New Jersey governor Phil Murphy has undergone successful surgery to remove a tumor from his left kidney lieutenant governor Sheila Oliver says he is our recovering at a hospital here in the city it's not yet known if the tumor is cancerous although Murphy's office had previously said that most tumors of this type do turn out to be malignant pretty taxes in New Jersey jumped two percent last year state data shows average tax bills rose to nearly nine thousand dollars governor Murphy tried to put a positive spin on it in a statement he says the figures show the smallest to your property tax increase under any governor in their first two years in office an organization of cities and towns in Connecticut is calling for more help to deal with the environmental fallout from chemicals in firefighting foam the Connecticut conference of municipalities that said the two million dollars in borrowing proposed by governor Ned Lamont is not good enough the funding is supposed to help municipalities get rid of the foam and replace it the group says more money is needed to address the potential environmental liability after the chemicals have been found in public.

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"cdc new jersey" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"cdc new jersey" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Will double mark police van with the gun and fired an officer was hit in the neck and she and then twelve hours later police say the same man who had been paroled for a twenty to attempted murder conviction walked into the nearby forty first precinct and opened fire hitting a lieutenant on the arm cops at the station house took him down where bill the blasier's says recent anti police protests in the city are partly to blame you can protest for whatever you believe in but you cannot Vialli attack of those who are here to protect us it creates this kind of dynamic both officers are expected to make full recoveries in the Bronx Mike Sugerman WCBS newsradio eight eighty five years after the deadly metro north train crash in Valhalla there is concern New York state is nearly two years late in supplying lawmakers with a safety study of rail grade crossings doubly CBS's mac Rosenberg reports the study was due April first twenty seventeen and was ordered in the wake of the deadliest metro north crash in history in twenty fifteen in Valhalla when six people were killed right now it's up to being a reactive when there's an accident when there's a tragic situation okay local community has to come together and scream and yell and try to decide on their own what improvements debate what we need New York state working together with all of our localities to meet the needs of making our community say Rockland Westchester state senator David Carlucci says without guidance from the state everyone is flying blind unfortunately we've already lost lines in between the her horrific crash in five years ago and now but we can't wait for worst disaster to happen the D. O. T. told me in twenty eighteen the study would be released soon still hasn't happened mac Rosenberg WCBS newsradio eight eighty in less than two miles once the corona virus outbreak has killed eight hundred thirteen people that exceeds the number killed by the sars outbreak of two thousand two and two thousand three the vast majority of the thirty seven thousand cases are in China where the outbreak originated in our area the royal Caribbean ship anthem of the seas held since Friday and bay alone for coronavirus testing has postponed its scheduled departure until tomorrow to get confirmed results from the CDC New Jersey governor Phil Murphy in a statement said four people on board have tested negative for corona virus three of them have the flu even though there are no corona virus cases in New York City businesses in Chinatown are being affected not enough though to damper the spirit at today's Chinese New Year parade doubly CBS's Christy collision was there it all kicked off with blasts of confetti this years Chinatown lunar new year parade still saw thousands crowd the streets but we are in solidarity day.

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"cdc new jersey" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"cdc new jersey" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Ship held in bay on tested negative for the disease New York forms a task force for outreach on corona virus even though there are no confirmed cases here congestion pricing in Manhattan scheduled for next year could be delayed because of the need for federal approval a new poll finds Bernie Sanders and people digits leading the pack in the New Hampshire primary in sports tonight to the islanders Nixon nets trail their games and the devils leave Los Angeles good evening hi I'm John Metaxas W. CBS news time eight thirty one the worldwide death toll from corona virus has now risen to eight hundred and eleven more than the sars pandemic of two thousand two to two thousand three in our area of the royal Caribbean ship anthem of the seas held since yesterday in bay on four coronavirus testing has postponed his scheduled departure today until Monday to get confirmed results from the CDC New Jersey governor Phil Murphy in a statement said four people on board tested negative for the corona virus the worldwide death toll includes the first American whose died of the disease the sixty year old a U. S. citizen died Thursday in Wuhan China the epicenter of the outbreak more than thirty six thousand people have now been second CBS news correspondent dreamy Inocencio has more from Hong Kong inside China nearly sixty million people are still on some kind of partial or total public transport locked down to try to contain this virus the government is spraying disinfectant on the streets as the army has converted buildings into makeshift hospitals new research suggests the pangolin an endangered mammal whose skills are highly valued in Chinese medicine may have passed the virus to humans CBS news medical contributor Dr David a magus explains why this particular virus is so deadly so the different types of coronavirus the common cold about a third of them are a type of coronavirus but this is an aggressive type of corona virus that classically goes to the long and cause an immune response and that mean response gets greater it's harder and harder to breed and that's what we're seeing in patients New York state lawmaker has helped establish a group of medical experts to keep the public informed about corona virus doubly CBS's Mike Rosenberg reports transparency is the name of the game when it comes to the corona virus as assemblymen Ron Kim we want to capture this moment in regards to what people are dealing with connected to the corner virus winners directly impacted or just misinformed we want to leverage this moment to create this advise you because we can be more preemptive he represents flushing and says there's a solid group of doctors in that area who will help to make up the Asian American health Advisory Council so we can be more preemptive and forward thinking also control some of the misinformation there three years that people are driven by as a result all this time I'll break Kim says the virus doesn't discriminate so New Yorker shouldn't discriminate when it comes to the Asian community macros Enberg WCBS newsradio eight eighty we're learning today that congestion pricing in Manhattan could now be delayed pending federal approval W. CBS's Christy chalazion reports January first twenty twenty one is when congestion pricing is slated to start but it can't start until the Federal Highway Administration approved the plan which it still has it the Wall Street journal says that those close to the project are concerned that the administration's delayed approval will delay the construction of the needed infrastructure to implement the tolls and environmental review of the project also still needs to take place congestion pricing is estimated to bring in annual revenues of more than one billion dollars critically sheer WCBS newsradio eight eighty WCBS news time eight thirty four campaign twenty twenty the New Hampshire primary a new NBC news Marist poll finds Bernie Sanders and people to judge a top the democratic field in New Hampshire just days before the state's primary on Tuesday with twenty five percent and twenty one percent respectively there followed by senator Elizabeth Warren at fourteen percent and former vice president Joe Biden at thirteen percent EE CBS's Steve burns has been in New Hampshire to cover the primary for us the ground game here is is pretty robust for I'd say three of those top four candidates the only one who may be lacking in and it may be tough to make up ground if he needs to is Joe Biden we've heard from several analysts who were all in agreement in that his ground game is just not at the same level not up to par with those other three candidates so if if there is some ground from to make up it might be even more difficult and could be starting at a disadvantage here is we we get into the the last week of the campaign Steve will be part of our special coverage of the New Hampshire primary Tuesday night at eight PM right here on W. C. B. S. in the aftermath of the Iowa caucus vote counting the buckle there's concern about New York voting machines up for approval by the state board of elections the CBS is rich lamb reports Susan learner executive director of common cause is calling on the state board of elections to give a big thumbs down to the proposed new express vote excel voting machine being considered for use in New York.

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"cdc new jersey" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"cdc new jersey" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Of Washington state with our in their rear view mirrors sort of many of the democratic presidential contenders are gearing up for next week's New Hampshire contests CBS news correspondent Skyler hammering democratic voters here say they're looking for a candidate strong enough to go up against president trump Elizabeth Warren supporter dead pack is made up her mind says many voters have not it's been the most undecided campaign that I've ever seen it speaks to how much people want to make the right decision how much they care of president trump who hold a rally here Monday tweeted we will not be touching your social security or Medicare and fiscal twenty twenty one budget only the Democrats will destroy them by destroying our country's greatest ever economy Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu says he's begun to draw maps of land in the occupied west bank that'll be an extra in accordance with president trumps proposed peace plan the area would include all Israeli settlements and the Jordan Valley territory Israel has kept under military occupation since his capture in the nineteen sixty seven Middle East war but which Palestinians want in a future state this is CBS news you can listen to newsradio twenty four hours a day seven days a week on radio dot com or the radio dot com app downloaded today your new live and local WCBS newsradio eight eight a radio dot com station thirty nine degrees in the city under fair skies a of a snow shower tonight north of the city will reach a low of thirty two and man even a colder below freezing and some of the areas north and west and then tomorrow plenty of clouds and a high of forty six degrees EE CBS news time eight oh three the worldwide death toll from corona virus has now risen to eight hundred eleven more than the sars pandemic of two thousand two to two thousand three in our area of the royal Caribbean ship anthem of the seas held since yesterday in bay on four coronavirus testing has postponed a scheduled departure today until Monday to get confirmed results from the CDC new Jersey's governor Phil Murphy in a statement said four people on board tested negative for the.

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"cdc new jersey" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"cdc new jersey" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"This kind of activity among the dozen or so leaders at the round table rabbi David's rebel the vice president of a good if Israel of America call the visit from the nation's top law enforcement official reassuring we can't imagine the government is going to solve the problem the government can take steps that show that the kids in borough park Marla diamond WCBS newsradio eight eighty a psychiatrist is found that accused Muncie Hanukkah stabber Grafton Thomas is not competent to stand trial on federal hate crime charges Thomas is accused of using a machete to attack five people celebrating Hanukkah on December twenty eighth one victim is still in a coma the post says Thomas's attorney is now ask a federal judge to hold a competency evaluation for his client applause you'll warns of the corona virus may soon surface here in the city John Adams has that story coronavirus in New York if not if but when it's probably here already that's the sad reality Blasi or New York one urging people who've returned from China with the respiratory infection to take swift action if anyone matches those criteria they need to get to a doctor right away the best chance of protecting them but also stopping the spread is quick medical attention New York has tested nine people for okay fiver still in isolation pending results from the CDC New Jersey is evaluating one person this is a rapidly evolving situation China has prohibited millions of people from traveling but symptoms of coronavirus can take two weeks to develop infected.

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"cdc new jersey" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"cdc new jersey" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Their case they expect to wrap up by dinnertime attorney Patrick Philbin says the charges against the president don't pass constitutional muster was narrowed down to treason and bribery and there is a suggestion to include now administration which had been a ground for impeachment in English practice the framers rejected it because it was Tuesday Senate democratic leader Chuck Schumer scoffed at the suggestion to read John Bolton's new book about the Ukraine dollars for dirt campaign in a secure setting what an absurd proposal is a book there's no need for it to be read in the skiff unless you want to hide something CBS news special report on Pam Coulter president trump today unveiled his long awaited Mideast peace plan at the White House alongside Israel's prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu more from CBS to Steve Dorsey in Washington the plan calls for two states Israel and Palestine part of East Jerusalem would serve as the Palestinian capital this map will more than double the Palestinian territory and provide a Palestinian capital in eastern Jerusalem where America will proudly open an embassy Palestinians have already rejected the proposal which recognizes Israeli sovereignty over major parts of the disputed west bank the plan does call for Israel to freeze new settlement construction for four years Steve Dorsey CBS news Washington one thirty to at W. C. B. S. several media reports say accused murderer Fotis do Los committed suicide at his home in Farmington today his attorney is not confirming to Lois's death he says do Los tried to gas himself to death in his garage but he had a pulse when he was rushed to the hospital so we have conflicting reports here Farmington police will only say they found two Los unresponsive at his home to us was scheduled to appear at an emergency bond hearing in Stamford today he was free on six million dollars bond but the insurance company tied to that bond was threatening to stop backing it to Los was charged with the murder of his estranged wife Jennifer who was last seen dropping off for kids at school in New Canaan in may again there are reports photos to Los has taken his own life today but his attorney insists he had a pulse when he was rushed to the hospital stay with a for the latest the CDC is expanding its coronavirus screening from five U. S. airports to twenty the screenings were already underway at JFK your health and Human Services secretary Alex Cesar the playbook for responding to an infectious disease outbreak is relatively simple and multi tiered identify cases isolate people diagnose them and treat them then you track down all the contacts of the affected person and you do the same with those people and the same with contacts of contacts if necessary coronaviruses killed more than one hundred people in China there have been five confirmed cases in the U. S. there were no confirmed cases in our area but health officials are preparing for a corona viruses arrival WCBS John Adams has that story corona virus in New York not if but when it's probably here already that's a sad reality Blasi or New York one urging people who've returned from China with the respiratory infection to take swift action if anyone matches those criteria they need to get to a doctor right away the best chance of protecting them but also stopping the spread is quick medical attention New York has tested nine people for okay fiver still in isolation pending results from the CDC New Jersey is evaluating one person this is a rapidly evolving situation China has prohibited millions of people from traveling but symptoms of coronavirus can take two weeks to develop infected people have probably already flown all around the globe New York hospitals are on alert the CDC is screening at some airports health officials in Chinatown are preparing for an outbreak John Adams WCBS newsradio eight eighty one thirty five had WCBS there's been a dramatic rise in anti semitic incidents in our area a lot of those acts of pavement centered around Brooklyn today Attorney General William Barr made a stop in borough park to meet with Jewish community leaders along each U. S. attorney's office to provide a point of contact for reporting hate crimes to their respective offices and to establish protocols within their office for keeping in touch on these matters with the Jewish community he says as a country we have to make it clear they will be zero tolerance for hate at Harvey Weinstein's rape trial today a former roommate of one of his accusers Mimi LA took the stand Elizabeth and to testify how lady told her about the attack shortly after it happened she says how lady was anxious and pacing as you told her how she kept telling one Steen no trials moving faster than lawyers had predicted three more of one seems accusers will likely testify before the end of the week W. CBS news time one thirty.

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"cdc new jersey" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"cdc new jersey" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Stories on W. Tuesday afternoon on Michael Wallace three things to know and one fifteen one multiple media reports say photos do Los is committed suicide is Farmington home dealers never showed up for an emergency bond hearing at Stanford today he was charged with the murder of his estranged wife Jennifer do Los been missing since may number two president trump is rolled out his Mideast peace plan which calls for two states Israel and Palestine part of East Jerusalem would be the Palestinian capital Palestinians of already rejected the proposal and three president trump's defense team has just begun its third and final day of its opening statement is impeachment trial CBS news what more on that in five minutes five cases of corona virus have been confirmed in the U. S. none has been in our area but mayor de Blasio expects that will change there's WCBS John Adams coronavirus in New York is inevitable according to mayor de Blasio on New York one he said it's probably already here we have to expect to see this here what we now know is this virus was underestimated by the Chinese government it was actually beginning to spread and was not recognize sufficiently and nine people have been tested in New York for the negative five are still in isolation pending results from the CDC New Jersey is looking at a person who might have the pneumonia like illness health officials in Chinatown are preparing for people with symptoms to start coming forward even though China has cut off travel for tens of millions of people the interconnected nature of our global society virtually assures that infected people have already brought the corona virus to other corners of the planet in New York health officials believe it's only a matter of time John Adams WCBS newsradio eighty police are investigating anti semitic graffiti found scrawled in a stairwell of an apartment building W. CBS's Marla diamond has more from the Lower East Side the hate filled graffiti especially hurtful to brandy Goldstine who says she had family members died in the Holocaust that's why I called and that's why I'm making it known this is not getting pushed under the rug this is not going away Goldstine called the police to report the swastika is the stars and messages of hate scrawled in black marker on several floors of the building on grand street and it taking it very seriously which is amazing and I'm proud to hear that has it been removed no no I don't think they're gonna remove anything because it is a hate crime it is under investigation meanwhile Attorney General William Barr is on his way to New York today to meet with members of borough park orthodox Jewish community following a spate of anti semitic attacks there on the Lower East Side Marla diamond WCBS newsradio eight eighty one eighteen at WCBS traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the aids to film a checking the FDR they were checking a crash on the southbound side of the F. T. R. Markel just pass Gracie mansion that is causing some delays one lane is blocked with that delays actually going back right now to at least ninety six three north bound always getting up to the R. F. K. and it is through all of that construction also delays on the cross Bronx westbound from the shared in the outbound George Washington bridge it is all the ongoing road work there to be aware of west bound Grand Central right before the Jackie Robinson parkway the guards interchange he got an accident one lane is blocked with that east bound the lease to on the Grand Central Asia getting through the queue guards interchange and again it is all of that construction to watch out for and now we've got some trouble if you're traveling on the southbound side of the van Wyck you do have a broken down tractor trailer is right by main street and that is causing some slowdowns right now into New Jersey watch for delays on the New Jersey Turnpike truck lanes northbound at interchange ten a tractor trailer flipped over that's the rams to two eighty seven so you of those ramps from the truck lanes of the turnpike two two eighty seven completely blocked in North on the parkway you approaching exit one forty for an earlier accident has been cleared away trouble on the subways no D. trains between two hundred and fifteen hundred forty fifth street somebody struck by a train at a hundred and sixty seven St extravagant that less than ten minutes away and told CBS of the five day forecast from meteorologist Bob Larson plans a little sunshine the sanitary breezy with a high of forty two to forty six certainly above average for.

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"cdc new jersey" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"cdc new jersey" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Headlines this is WCBS newsradio eight eighty the corona virus outbreak continues to spread in China with thousands of new cases confirmed overnight here at home health officials continue to prepare for the potential arrival of the deadly illness Attorney General bill Barr met with Jewish leaders in Brooklyn today to address the recent rise in anti semitic attacks and tributes continue to pour in for Kobe Bryant tonight in sports the Lakers clippers game has been postponed following the death of Kobe Bryant the Knicks will play their game builders of the Hornets it's forty one degrees on this Tuesday January twenty eighth good morning on Lopez WCBS news time eleven thirty one CBS news update in a matter of hours the push to get Americans out of Wuhan China will begin that's the epicenter of the coronavirus CBS's Remy Inocencio the number of infected continues to rise overnight it surpassed the four thousand five hundred mark that's arise of sixty percent just overnight in the number of dead rose by about thirty percent the CDC has warned Americans not to travel to China unless it's an emergency and moments ago all health secretary ETS are said Americans should know that this is a potentially very serious public health threat but at this point Americans should not worry for their own safety in the U. S. R. five confirmed cases CBS is doctor John the poke fifteen to twenty million people million people have already gotten the flu and more than eight thousand people have already died in the United States from the flu zero people have died in United States from coronavirus CBS news update I'm Steve K. for WCBS news time eleven thirty two while there have been no confirmed cases of the corona virus in our area health officials continue to prepare for its potential arrival this comes as several people are being tested for the disease W. CBS reporter John Adams has more coronavirus in New York if not if but when it's probably here already that's a sad reality the blonde CO a New York one urging people who've returned from China with the respiratory infection to take swift action if anyone matches those criteria they need to get to a doctor right away the best chance of protecting them but also stopping the spread is quick medical attention New York has tested nine people for okay fiver still in isolation pending results from the CDC New Jersey is evaluating one person this is a rapidly evolving situation China has prohibited millions of people from traveling but symptoms of coronavirus can take two weeks to develop infected people have probably already flown all around the globe New York hospitals are on alert the CDC is screening at some airports health officials in Chinatown are preparing for an outbreak John Adams WCBS newsradio eight eighty Chinese authorities have decided to keep stock exchange is closed as a nation deals with the spreading coronavirus Monica Miller our former W. CBS reporter is now with the BBC in Singapore and she tells us how the corona virus is expect expecting Chinese stocks some of these markets have been closed over the past few days because of the lunar new year but what we're seeing for example in a career well because the is down two point five percent and we're seeing some really strong stocks from Samsung electronics and LG they are down more than three percent this really goes back to the concerns that investors have about global consumption and what's going to happen to imports and exports from this part of the world they're taking their leave right now from Wall Street which saw some of its worst numbers since October there's been a dramatic rise in anti semitic incidents in our area and a lot of those acts of hate have been centered around Brooklyn this morning Attorney General bill Barr made a stop.

"cdc new jersey" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"cdc new jersey" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"From the big stories on W. Tuesday morning thirty eight degrees good morning I'm I'm Palmer danger three things is sponsored by being Howdy northern Boulevard in great neck online and being or dot com this is the day president trump's defense wraps up at the impeachment trial in the Senate after former national security adviser John Bolton alleged that the president told them that a freeze on Ukrainian military aid was tied to investigating about number two anti N. B. NTSB investigators say the pilot of the helicopter carrying Kobe Bryant and nine others eight others told the air traffic controllers that he was climbing to avoid a layer of clouds before the chopper crashed into a hillside in Calabasas California the third thing America Blasio says a corona virus may already be here John Adams reports coronavirus in New York if not if but when it's probably here already that's the sad reality Blasi or New York one urging people who've returned from China with a respiratory infection to take swift action if anyone matches those criteria they need to get to a doctor right away the best chance of protecting them but also stopping the spread is quick medical attention New York has tested nine people for okay fiver still in isolation pending results from the CDC New Jersey is evaluating one person this is a rapidly evolving situation China has prohibited millions of people from traveling but symptoms of coronavirus can take two weeks to develop infected people have probably already flown all around the globe New York hospitals are on alert the CDC is screening at some airports health officials in Chinatown are preparing for an outbreak John Adams WCBS newsradio eighty funeral services for twenty five year old Stephanie pars of New Jersey will be held on Friday her remains were found on Sunday in a wooded area in old bridge you've been missing for nearly three months police coming out and saying it now they do believe her ex boyfriend who killed himself in November strangled her and then dumped her body in the woods energy power in New Jersey would be emission free in thirty years under a governor Phil Murphy plan calls for the development of a plan in two years to block development projects that don't fall in line with climate projections the New Jersey business and industry association says there is a need to develop a rule book but worries about rushing to abandon natural gas and other energy projects governor Murphy roll this out of stock the unit Versata yesterday and said the state is drawing a line in the sand and will lead the USA.

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"cdc new jersey" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"cdc new jersey" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Arts. I'm eight oh two. We're learning. More about the police officer killed today on the belt Parkway while on his way to do what he loved the most that is served the city of New York and worst of all Samantha Liebman reporting tonight, this officer left three little ones behind including a new mayor Bill de Blasio at an unrelated press conference, confirm the sad news one of our brave highway officers NYPD. Died this morning on his way to work. He held a moment of silence for the forty two year old officer who lost control of his motorcycle on the westbound bell Parkway near Merrick boulevard around five this morning. According to police, they say he was thrown from the bike and was pronounced dead at a nearby hospital today when you see members NYPD, please extend your condolences to them. It's a tough day for all them. Samanta? Leap Mun ten. Ten wins. News officer identified tonight as Mark Saint Aramon of Long Island. So you had a newborn baby boy and two other sons ages two and four on with his wife. A wreck near study says autism is on the rise. In New Jersey. Researchers say the rate among four year olds is one in thirty five. That's a forty three percent increase from twenty ten to twenty fourteen wanting to the CDC New Jersey's rate the highest among the states, which were studied the national average is one in fifty nine jersey known for excellent clinical and educational services though for autism. So they say the higher rates are likely due to more accurate or complete reporting an official that Rutgers New Jersey medical school calls the study, consistent broad and startling Wiki leaks. Founded Julian Assange got the heave ho today literally lifted up and cart it out in the Ecuadorian embassy in London, you see the pictures. Well, he came out. They say looking as Twitter put it like Santa Claus for forty-seven seven years. Hold up at that embassy that new. Quarry and president decided though sorry, buddy. You don't have to go home. But you've got to get the heck out of here and has correspondent saga megani? Reports eve area well could end up coming home to face charges. The Justice department says Assange conspired with former army intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning to break into a classified government. Computer? The indictment accuses the Wiki leaks founder of assisting manning and cracking password that help demanding infiltrate Pentagon computers. The Justice Department's than looking at Assange for years for WikiLeaks role in publishing government secrets heap. Stayed holed up in Ecuador's London embassy for nearly seven years fearing extradition to the US police say they arrested Assad impart based audit extradition request from Washington. Saga megani at the White House into the indictment. Assange will be brought to the eastern district. Virginia federal court is turning Barry Pollack says quote, journalists around the world should be deeply troubled by these unprecedented. Criminal charges. And he's Harlem another subway. Slashing. Now, you know last night about this time, we told you about the fifty eight year old guy who took a sharp object to the leg last night on the northbound see between canal and spring street while today, a sixty year olds draft hanger, slashed in the face after exchanging words with a stranger who reportedly call for backup. The victim waiting for number six at one hundred sixteenth street when he got into it with a lady appeared to be in her twenties topsy after a few minutes, she got on her cell phone and call somebody that somebody turned out to be a twenty year old guy who came running down the stairs, allegedly cut the guy in the face. And then high tailed it out the victim taken them outside. I Saint Louis with a nasty cut from his right ear over to his Chan release still looking for the suspects. You can see video of them on our website at.

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02:55 min | 2 years ago

"cdc new jersey" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"The stairs of the Ecuadorian embassy in London this morning, and he wasn't swept away on a magic carpet. But lifted off his feet by British cops. You see the video we don't know what Assange was shouting. But we figured he was saying shut the front door. How did you guys get an ear? His arrest is where we begin. All ride home news is afternoon after seven years old at that embassy. The new Ecuadorian president decided sorry, buddy. You're Lisa's up. Exercising an extradition request from the US correspondent saga megani? Leading us off with what's ahead for Assad. Justice department says Assange conspired with former army intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning to break into a classified government. Computer? The indictment accuses the WikiLeaks founder of assisting manning and cracking a password that help demanding infiltrate Pentagon computers. The Justice Department's than looking at Assange for years for WikiLeaks as role in publishing government secrets he'd stayed holed up in Ecuador's London embassy for nearly seven years fearing extradition to the US London. Police say they arrested Assad impart based audit extradition requests from Washington. Saga megani at the White House as an aside, they say Assange, forty seven years old, you see the pictures. He doesn't look forty seven much older. Assange will be brought to the eastern district of Virginia federal court. According to the indictment is attorney Barry Pollack says quote, journalists around the world should be deeply troubled by these unprecedented. Criminal charges back home. Rutger study says autism is on the rise in New Jersey. Researchers say the rate among four year olds is one in thirty five as a forty three percent rise between ten to twenty ten and twenty fourteen leading to the CDC. New Jersey's rate is the highest among the states which were study the national average is one in fifty nine New Jersey known for excellent, clinical and educational services for autism. So they say the higher rates are likely due to more accurate or complete reporting. Similar? Studies were conducted in Arizona, Colorado, Missouri, North Carolina, Utah, Wisconsin and official at Rutgers New Jersey medical school calls the study consistent broad and startling in east Harlem another subway. Slashing. We told you about the fifty eight year old guy who took a sharp object to the leg last night on northbound see between canal and spring while today, a sixty year old strap hanger, slashed in the face after exchanging words with a stranger who reportedly call for backup victim was waiting for a number six at the one hundred sixteenth street station when he got into it with a lady who appeared to be in her twenties GOP say after a few minutes, she got on her cell phone and call somebody that somebody. Turned out to be a twenty year old guy who came running down the stairs and allegedly cut the guy in the face, then high tailed it the victim was taken them outside. I Saint Louis with a nasty cut from his right ear over to his chin. They are still looking for the suspects. Oh, a terrible motorcycle. Accident today on the belt Parkway, and it claimed the life of an off duty police officer. Samantha LeBron with details and reaction may have Bill de Blasios at an unrelated press conference, confirm the sad news one of our brave highway.

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"cdc new jersey" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"cdc new jersey" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"I'm Craig out. Big Joe off today. Moroccan dance a little to Michael Jackson, all the way. Peter Gabriel lowers the camera shake CDC New Jersey. What a one point five. Cast. Ooh. Oh, man. Swamp. Dog. Baby..

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"cdc new jersey" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

09:13 min | 2 years ago

"cdc new jersey" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"D O C D A L. I, you know, it's interesting. There's all this news is always headlines. And I, you know, no one's really talking about Pearl Harbor. December fast. But there was you know, it was just cr-. Sorry. I'm sorry, December seventh, and I I know the dates thank you. But. All this. I get so frustrated looking at the news and looking at these headlines today, and I, you know, I'm like guys isn't that the anniversary of Pearl Harbor, and I you know, I had to actually do a Google search to bring up some headlines because it just doesn't come up. It's not circulating. You know, again, I know for all the lives lost and for all the sacrifices that were made. You know, we can't forget, and we will remember those that died on this date back in nine hundred forty one very sad. I just I'm sorry. I just had to make a comment about that. Because I you know, I just don't understand why. You know, one of the headlines this baby it's cold outside. People are wanting that song removed from radio stations that gets a headline Pearl Harbor anniversary. No makes no sense to me. Let's talk some healthy. It's one eight hundred seven one eight hundred seventy LCD A L I, drinking, orange juice, juice juice can slash your risk of dementia by fifty percent now a glass a day, they keep the dementia away. I'm not a big orange juice fan. It's just it's just like if I bite the inside of my mouth, or I bite my tongue. I can't drink gorge you burns too much, and I get nervous because of the sugar content of orange juice. But they looked at twenty eight thousand men for two decades to examine how their fruit and vegetable consumption affected their brain power. They found men who drink a glass of orange juice for forty seven percent less likely to have difficulty remembering following instructions for navigating from your areas lapses in memory, understanding episodes of confusion can be early signs of brain decline, which could ultimately lead to dementia. Now five million people in the United States have dementia five million. And there's no cure could be genetic. It could be little micro strokes little. Micro vascular multi infarct dementia. Could be Alzheimer's with admirable protein buildup, but everybody keeps talking about how a healthy diet could stave that off. They say fruits and vegetables, as we know where Richard vitamins and nutrients, including antioxidants, they can help protect the brain does not handle Gardner a researcher at the university of Miami. She wasn't involved in the research, but they ask for her opinion. Anyway, nobody wants my thing, but they say these health giving benefits to protect the brain from a buildup of unwanted molecules and maintain a healthy blood supply to the brain. So lead author study lead author of the study said long-term intake, a veg- vegetables fruit and orange juice, maybe beneficial. So they look at men who were fifty one years old on average. They separated them into five groups based on the fruits and vegetables those with the highest eight about six servings a day compared to two servings for the group of the lowest consumption. Now how much is serving the well that's one Cup of raw vegetables or two cups of leafy greens. For fruits the top group eight about three servants day compared to half of the servant of the group. And a servant of a fruit is like one Cup of fruit or half a Cup of fruit juice. So then to measure how the affected brain health was they researchers took tests when the men were seventy three years old on average. And the tesla the things I can think of remember recent events if they remembered stuff on a shopping list, and they said that six point six percent of men who ate the most vegetables. Developed less than those who and performed less a better than those who a the least amount of vegetables. So it was a six point six to a seven point nine, but get this through consumption overall did not appear to influence the risk, but drinking orange juice did. So eating a bunch of grapes, and watermelon and bananas and apples to do much, but drinking orange juice. They said did now just six point nine of the people that drink, orange juice. I don't know if they met percents what onto developed for cognitive function. But it was eight point four percent in the men. Holy drink or once a month. So a lot of you guys are saying this is like, no joh-. I mean, you know flipping. Well, I know I know, you know, but are you really drinking or teeth regularly? Are you really going to your fruits and vegetables in one of you ask how am I supposed to get five to nine fruits and vegetables a day? Which is kind of in the recommendation five to nine. I mean, again cups are small. What is a cop? I mean, depending on the size of your bark broccoli a Cup of broccoli could be four big pieces. So then maybe eight in the morning. I mean, imagine how full you'll be if you eat a Cup of carrots in the morning or a couple of cups of spinach. You know, what I think you guys need to do. Because this is what helped me is. I have little. He's in these little Baggies. I have you know, vegetables for the day, and I will or notch on them. Not because I want to eat the vets the problem. You can't ask yourself. What you wanna do if there's a copy cake, and then there's a piece of broccoli. I am not going to reach for the broccoli. But what you do have to do is. Maybe have little alarms going right time to your next piece of broccoli. Time to eat your next carrot stick. And you just have to you have to force yourself to scarf. These vegetables down. That's the only way to get them in. And this is what I don't understand. You guys are so religious with your coffee. You don't start your day. You don't go to work unless you have your coffee, you build your whole morning around your coffee. I don't get that. Because I'm not a coffee drinker. But you make sure to get that coffee in. Why aren't you doing the same thing? Why don't you have the same passion for vegetable I understand vegetables tastes like crap? But you will long-term feel better you'll have that energy boost you'll get four. So you know, what we've been doing it all because we have a bunch of bands the vegetables. And now, that's the other thing too. I get that. I get the whole roommate thing, Tennessee. I think we actually have people sick still from Romain lettuce. Let me find out what the latest on that is. I just heard that we have people still getting sick from the romaine lettuce. I have to find that. Sorry apologize. Now, I don't know where my little article is there's a lot of news there. Nine more sickened with e coli outbreak. Oh, we got some background lovely nine more people sickened in e-coli outbreak affected Romain lettuce. Okay. So I get everyone's worried about foodborne illnesses, but you know, mix it up one day of carrots one day of celery. Now, let's go to this romaine lettuce. Remember the romaine lettuce outbreak where right before thanksgiving? The CDC tweeted, I think the FDA made a statement they were like right out the door on the way out for thanksgiving. And they say, you know, what there is an e coli outbreak. We don't know where it's coming from just don't eat the lettuce. If you're not sure throw it out. Nobody knew what to do even restaurants had to just stop serving salad. So they believe it came from California farm. But people are still getting sick this nine or people have been sickened bringing the total of fifty two people across fifteen states. According to the CDC, New Jersey and California. The most cases each having reported eleven people sick into the outbreak that began as early as October fifth seven people have been sickened in Michigan six each in New York and New Hampshire. We've seen cases in Connecticut. Florida Illinois, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Maryland, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, and Wisconsin. And now there's digital twenty-seven cases in Canada. So authorities believe that the romaine lettuce was from northern and central California. And that they're the likely source of the outbreak abide. They still have not identified a grower supplier distributor, or brand that doesn't make any sense. Because if somebody says they got sick when they ate a salad go and find out where they have that salad. And then ask the store or restaurant to show you the back. Or where did you buy the salad or walk with me to Costco, and point or wherever maybe not, Costco. But wherever the store is at point to what I oh,.

"cdc new jersey" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

09:20 min | 2 years ago

"cdc new jersey" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Eight seven seven D O C D A L I heroes. Interesting. There's all this news is always headlines. And I, you know, no one's really talking about Pearl Harbor. You know? I mean, I know what's December fifth. But there was you know, it was just sorry. I'm sorry, December seventh, and I I know the dates thank you. But. There's all this. I get so frustrated looking at the news and looking at these headlines today, and I you know, I'm like guys is that the anniversary of Pearl Harbor, and I you know, I had to actually do a Google search to bring up some headlines because it just doesn't come up. It's not circulating. You know, again, I, you know for all the lives lost and for all the sacrifices that were made. You know, we can't forget, and we will remember those that died on this day back in nine hundred forty one very sad. I just I'm sorry. I just had to make a comment about that. Because I you know, I just don't understand why. Get you know. One of the headlines this baby it's cold outside. People are warning that song removed from radio stations. That gets a headline Pearl Harbor anniversary. No makes no sense to me. Let's have some healthy. It's one eight seven seven one eight seven seven A L drinking, orange, juice, juice, juice, lash your risk of dementia by fifty percent now a glass a day, they keep the dementia away. I'm not a big orange juice fan. It's just just like if I bite the inside of my mouth, or I bite my tongue. I can't drink orange burns too much, and I get nervous because of the sugar content of orange juice, but they looked twenty eight thousand men for two decades so examine how their fruit and vegetable consumption affected the brain power. They found men would drink a glass of us for forty seven percent less likely to have difficulty remembering following instructions from navigating from areas lapses in memory, understanding episodes of confusion can be early signs of brain decline, which could ultimately lead to dementia. Now five million people in the United States have dementia five million. And there's no cure could be genetic. It could be little micro strokes little micro, vascular multi infarct dementia. Could be Alzheimer's with admirable protein buildup, but everybody keeps talking about how a healthy diet could stay that off. They say fruits and vegetables, as we know where Richard vitamins and nutrients, including antioxidants, they can help protect the brain. Hand Gardner a researcher at the university of Miami. She was involved in the research, but they ask for her opinion. Anyway, nobody wants my opinion, but they say these health giving benefits to protect the brain from buildup of unwanted molecules and maintain a healthy blood supply to the brain. So lead author study lead author of the study said long-term intake, a veg- vegetables fruit and orange juice baby beneficial, so they looked at men who were fifty one years old on average. They separated them into five groups based on the fruits and vegetables those with the highest eight about six servings a day compared to two servings for the group of the lowest consumption. Now how much is serving. Well, that's one Cup of raw vegetables or two cups of leafy greens. For fruits the top group paid about three service day compared to half of the servant of the bottom group. And a serving of a fruit is like one Cup of fruit or half a Cup of fruit juice. So then some measure how the effective brain health was they researches took tests when the men were seventy three years old on average. And the tesla the things I can think of remember we said events if they remembered stuff on a shopping list, and they said the six point six percent of men who ate the most vegetables. Developed less than those who performed less better than those who ate the least amount of vegetables. So it was a six point six to a seven point nine look at this fruit consumption, overall did not appear to influence the risk, but drinking orange juice did. So eating a bunch of grapes, and watermelon and bananas and apples didn't seem to do much, but drinking orange juice. They said did now just six point nine of the people that drink, orange juice. I don't know if they met percents what onto developed for cognitive function. It was eight point four percent in the men who only drink orange juice once a month. So a lot of you guys are saying this is like, no da. I mean, you know, flip flipping up. Well, I know I know, you know, but are you really drinking or she is regularly? Are you really going your fruits and vegetables in one of you as how am I supposed to get five to nine fruits and vegetables a day? Which is kind of in the recommendation five to nine. I mean, again cups are small. You know, what is the cop? I mean, depending on the size of your bark broccoli a Cup of broccoli could be four big pieces. So then maybe eight in the morning, imagine how full you'll be if you eat a couple carrots in the morning or a couple of cups of spinach. You know, what I think you guys need to do. Because this is what helped me is. I have little bad. He's he's little Baggies. I have you know, vegetables for the day, and I will nibble or Nash on them. You know, not because I want to eat the vets the problem. You can't ask yourself. What you wanna do? If there's a cupcake, and then there's a piece of broccoli. I am not going to reach for the broccoli. For what you do have to do is. Maybe have little alarms going the right time to your next piece of broccoli. Time to eat your next carrot stick. And you just have to you have to force yourself to scarf. These vegetables down. That's the only way to get them in. And what is what? You guys are so religious with your coffee. You don't start your day. You don't go to work unless you have your coffee, you build your whole morning around your coffee. I don't get that. Because I'm not a coffee drinker. But you make sure to get that coffee in. Why aren't you doing the same thing? Why don't you have the same passion for vegetable I understand vegetables tastes like crap? But you will long-term feel better you'll have that energy boost you'll get four. So you know, what we've been doing it all because we have a bunch of bands vegetables that now that's the other thing too. I get that. I get the whole Romain lettuce thing. I think we actually have people sick still from Romain lettuce. Let me find out what the latest on that is. I just heard that we have people still getting sick from the romaine lettuce. I have to find that. Sorry apologize. I don't know where my little article is why there's a lot of news there. Nine more sickened with e coli outbreak. Oh, we got some background music. How lovely. Nine more people sick into Nicola outbreak affecting Romain lettuce. Okay. So I get everyone's worried about foodborne illnesses, but you know, mix it up one day of carrots celery. Now, let's go to this romaine lettuce. Remember the romaine lettuce outbreak where right before thanksgiving? The CDC tweeted, I think the FDA made a statement in. They were like right out the door on the way out for thanksgiving. And they say, you know, what they're e-coli outbreak. We don't know where it's coming from just don't eat the lettuce. If you're not sure throw it out. So nobody knew what to do even restaurants had to just stop serving salad. So they believe it came from California farm, but people are still getting sick this nine poor people have been sickened bringing the total of fifty two people across fifteen states. According to the CDC, New Jersey in California. The most cases each having reported eleven people sick into the outbreak that began as early as October fifth seven people have been sickened in Michigan six each. In New York and New Hampshire. We've seen cases in Connecticut. Florida Illinois, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Maryland, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, and Wisconsin. And now there's an twenty seven cases in Canada. So with authorities believe that the roaming lettuce was from northern central California. And that fair the likely source of the outbreak abide. They still have not identified a grower supplier distributor or brand. That doesn't make any sense. Because if somebody says they got sick when they ate a salad go and find out where they had that salad. And then ask the store or restaurant to show you the back. Or where did you buy the salad or walk with me to Costco, and point or wherever maybe I'll Costco, but wherever the store is a point to what I'll.

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"cdc new jersey" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

09:21 min | 2 years ago

"cdc new jersey" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Seven seven one eight seven seven. Uh-huh. C D A L. You know, it's interesting. There's all this news is always headlines. And I, you know, no one's really talking about Pearl Harbor. What's December fifth? But there was you know, it was just cr-. I started. I'm sorry, December seven and the date. Thank you. But there's all this. I get so frustrated looking at the news, I'm looking at these headlines today, and I, you know, I'm like guys isn't that the anniversary of Pearl Harbor, and I you know, I had to actually do a Google search to bring up some headlines because it just doesn't come up. It's not circulating. You know? Again, I you know for all the lives lost and for all the sacrifices that were made. You know, we can't forget, and we will remember those that died on this day back in nine hundred forty one said, I just I'm sorry. I just had to make a comment about that. Because I you know, I just don't understand why. We just get you know. One of the headlines again this baby cold outside. People are. I 's wanting that song removed from radio stations that gets a headline Pearl Harbor anniversary. No makes no sense to me. Let's talk some healthiest one eight seven seven one eight seven seventy LCD A L drinking, orange juice juice juice slash your risk of dementia by fifty percent now a glass a day vacate the dementia away, I'm not a big orange juice fan. It's just it's just like if I bite the inside of my mouth, or I bite my tongue. I can't drink firms too much. And I get nervous because of the sugar content of orange juice, but they looked at twenty eight thousand men for two decades to examine how their fruit and vegetable consumption affected their brain power. They found men who drink a small glass of orange juice for forty seven percent, less likely have difficulty remembering following instructions for navigating familiar areas. Lapses in memory, understanding episodes of confusion can be early signs of brain decline, which could ultimately lead to dementia. Now five million people in the United States have dementia. Five million? And there's no cure. Genetic if it'd be little micro strokes little micro, vascular multi infarct dementia. Could be Alzheimer's with admirable protein buildup, but everybody keeps talking about how a healthy diet could stave that off. They say fruits and vegetables, as we know where Richard vitamins and nutrients, including antioxidants that can help protect the brain. Gartner a researcher at the university of Miami. She wasn't involved in the research, but they ask for her opinion. Anyway, nobody wants my thing, but they say these health giving benefits can protect the brain from a buildup of unwanted molecules and maintain a healthy blood supply to the brain. So lead author study lead author of the study said long-term intake, a veg- vegetables fruit and orange juice may be beneficial. So they looked at men who were fifty one years old on average. They separated them into five groups based on the fruits and vegetables, those the highest eight about six servings a day compared to two servings for the group of the lowest consumption. Now how much is a serving. Well, that's one Cup of raw vegetables or two cups of leafy greens. For fruits the top group paid about three servants day compared to half of the servant of the bottom group at a serving of a food is like one Cup of fruit or half a Cup of fruit juice. So then to measure how the affected brain health was they researchers took tests when the men were seventy three years old on average and the tesla to things like if they could remember we said events if they remembered stuff on a shopping list, and they said that six point six percent of men who ate the most vegetables. I developed less than those who you know, and performed less better than those who ate the least amount of vegetables. So it was a six point six to a seven point nine book. At this fruit consumption, overall did not appear to influence the risk, but drinking orange juice dead. So eating a bunch of grapes, and watermelon and bananas and apples didn't seem to do much for drinking, orange juice. They said did now just six point nine of the people that drink, orange juice. I don't know if they met percent went onto developed poor cognitive function. But it was eight point four percent in the men only drink orange juice once a month. So a lot of you guys are saying this is like, no da. I mean, you know flipping. Well, I know I know, you know, but are you really drinking orange juice regularly? Are you really getting your fruits and vegetables in one of you as how am I supposed to get five to nine fruits and vegetables a day? Which is kind of in the recommendation five to nine. I mean, again cups are small. What is a cop? I mean, depending on the size of your bark broccoli a Cup of broccoli could be four big pieces. So then maybe eight in the morning. I mean, imagine how full you'll be if you eat a Cup of carrots in the morning or a couple of cups of spinach. You know, what I think you guys need to do. Because this is what helped me is. I have little bad. He's. And he's little Baggies. I have you know, vegetables for the day, and I will nibble or Nash on them. You know, not because I want to eat. That's the problem. You can't ask yourself. What you wanna do? If there's a cupcake, and then there's a piece of broccoli. I am not going to reach for the broccoli. But what you do have to do is. Maybe have little alarms going right time to your next piece of broccoli. Time to eat your next carrot stick. And you just have to you have to force yourself to scarf. These vegetables down. That's the only way to get them in. And this is what I don't understand. You guys are so religious with your coffee. You don't start your day. You don't go to work unless you have your coffee, you build your whole morning around your coffee. I don't get that. Because I'm not a coffee drinker. But you make sure to get that coffee in. Why aren't you doing the same thing? Why don't you have the same passion for vegetable I understand vegetables tastes like crap? But you will long-term feel better you'll have that energy boost you'll get four. So you know, what we've been doing it all because we have a bunch of bands the vegetables that now that's the other thing too. I get that. I get the whole roommate lettuce thing. I think we actually have people sick still from Romain lettuce. Let me find out what the latest on that is. I just heard that we have people still getting sick from the romaine lettuce. I have to find that. Sorry apologize. I don't know where my little article is there's a lot of news there. Nine more sickened with e coli outbreak. Background music. How lovely nine more people sickened in e-coli outbreak affected Romain lettuce. Okay. So I get everyone's worried about foodborne illnesses, but you know, mix it up one day of carrots celery. Now, let's go to this Romain lettuce. Remember the romaine lettuce outbreak where right before thanksgiving? The CDC tweeted or I think the FDA made a statement in. They were like right out the door on the way out for thanksgiving. And they say, you know, what there's an e coli outbreak. We don't know where it's coming from just don't eat the lettuce. If you're not sure throw it out. So nobody knew what to do even restaurants had to just stop serving salad. So they believe it came from California farm. But people are still getting sick this nine poor or people have been sickened bringing the total of fifty two people across fifteen states. According to the CDC, New Jersey and California. The most cases each having reported eleven people sick into the outbreak that began as early as over fifty seven people have been sick in Michigan six each in New York and New Hampshire we've seen cases in Connecticut. Florida Illinois, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Maryland, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, and Wisconsin. And now there's a digital twenty-seven cases in Canada. So authorities believe the romaine lettuce was from northern and central California. And that fair the likely source of the outbreak of bud. They still have not identified a grower supplier distributor or brand. That doesn't make any sense. Because if somebody says they got sick when they ate a salad go and find out where they have that salad. And then ask the store or restaurant to show you the bag. Or where did you buy the salad, or, you know, walk with me to Costco, and point or wherever maybe I'll Costco, but wherever the store is a point to what I oh, you.

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"cdc new jersey" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"cdc new jersey" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Fifty two it is on a thursday morning regard whether is terrific this morning temperatures in the sixties and seventies and you step outside hurricane chris has been downgraded to a tropical storm still ruffling the surf down the jersey shore a lot of areas will still see the red flags flying and some lifeguards have actually started to proactively close parts of the beaches where they know the rip currents are going to be high weekend starts to look pretty good dan will have more on that coming up the national flood insurance program will soon come to an end if congress doesn't reauthorize it the program has become dysfunctional it's billions of dollars in debt but jersey officials are warning it must not be allowed to expire any of the jersey coastal coalition says with sea level rising and severe storms becoming more frequent flood insurance is a must and we need to make sure there is a way to fund it and ensure that all the people who live all coastal marine areas have some level of insurance against a disaster tom's river tom kelleher says the memory of destruction caused by superstorm sandy has not faded and the bottom line here is very simple people don't have flood insurance you're going to wipe out the whole area david matthau new jersey one on one point five news victory signs have been coming from the twelve boys who were rescued along with their soccer coach from a flooded cave in thailand video shows the boys at a hospital isolation ward wearing green surgical masks some of their crying parents are waving from behind glass the boys and their coach have been trapped in the flooded cave more than two weeks or they were finally extracted by experienced divers over a period of three days one out of every five jersey adults is just barely exercising enough in a state by state breakdown from the cdc new jersey lands in the bottom half of the percentage of adults who meet the minimum recommendation for physical activity with an adult physical activity rate of twenty one percent new jersey is one of seventeen states to post a rate below the national average what we do know is it tied in exercise extensively invasive must detector place to prevent and treat disease that being said the fact that people are doing it is upsetting nutritionist felicia stoler in holmdale says while not every jersey community is pedestrian and bike friendly the state has plenty of places for you to be active including gyms with reasonable monthly fees stoler says too many people see exercise as punishment tino flam me.

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