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"center disease control" Discussed on WTOP

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"center disease control" Discussed on WTOP

"Nothing to save Main Street businesses or get America's unemployed back to work. The bill headed to the Senate also includes a provision to increase the minimum wage to $15 an hour really Luciano. CBS NEWS AH, third US. Covert vaccine is close to getting emergency use approval, adding millions of doses to a still short supply. Tom 40, a panel of government experts, is now recommending approval of the third U. S Covert vaccine one requiring just a single shot and normal refrigeration. Russia, Wollensky is head of the centers. Disease control. This is our path out. We are at the precipice of having another vaccine in our toolbox is the Johnson and Johnson called in 19 vaccine that vaccine expected to be approved and shipping this weekend. Tom Foti, CBS NEWS Washington President Biden and the first lady visit Texas to see the recovery effort after deadly winter storms. Biden finished his visit to storm battered Houston at a federally run vaccination center equipped to administer 6000 shots a day. He praised the active duty members of the Air Force called up to be vaccinators. They're the best. Earlier he visited a Houston food bank. The area's emergency operation Center, where he heard firsthand from survivors of the winter weather that walloped Texas earlier this month. My mother would say she doing God's work at the food bank. He personally think some of the youngest volunteers that CBS is Michael George reporting. CBS is David Martin has the latest on the recent U. S. Airstrikes against Iranian militia in Syria weeks ago, U. S officials say Iranian made rockets were fired at a base in Iraq where American troops are located. This strike was a message to Iran. That is an unambiguous, clear message to anyone in the region about what the stakes are. If you're going toe continue to conduct attacks on our people. Defense officials say the strike was intended as a one and done But that will depend on how Iran and its allies react. David Martin CBS News, the Pentagon Lady Gaga is to French Bulldogs have been found unharmed. L A police say they were stolen by people who shot her dog Walker. He's expected to recover. Police say a woman who appears to be uninvolved with Wednesday night's attack dropped them off at a Los Angeles police station. Lisa, the motive is still unknown..

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"center disease control" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

07:56 min | 2 months ago

"center disease control" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"It doesn't really spread and Children aren't really at risk. So really, the whole idea of closing the schools and closing that down is totally against the scientific, no model that they're actually putting together that it's actually Ah worth was state the thing to do And so it's more of a political definitely. Politics has to do with the closing of the schools, and it's really we should have all the schools open and really even Ah, to college. Really. None of the school system should be closed. A lot of parents who have been inconvenienced and trying to do school at home and all the kids who have fallen behind. Now you tell us, you know what I mean. But again, that's that's what we're kind of finding out is what's working. What's not And again, it was they pretty well had said that, but they really come out strongly and say Hey, we said Don't close the schools and you guys were still closed. Closing the schools because of political pressure. Don't do that. We're actually causing more harm than we're actually helping. And really, there's you know, it makes absolutely no difference. On how the covert 19th being spread. So stop it. Hmm. So, you know if you're saying this center disease control, the World Health organization said, Hey, this is this is actually become We're actually causing a lot of harm health wise and I developmentally and socially with this whole process, And for all those parents who had to stay home with their kids during this this time or Have all these types of things going on home schooling, and we learned the learning and it has all been a total waste of effort along those lines. Interesting. We'll talk about the RNA vaccines, their revolution in vaccinations. Well, that's what they're saying. This is the first vaccination that came out as an R in a type of a vaccination. And that was one of the reasons that it was able to come out so quickly because what you're doing is you're not taking the virus, the Edna virus and then putting it into the vaccination. Now you're getting are in a and RNA doesn't keep you from getting the infection. What it does. What it's supposed to do is boost your immune system. So it really starts to change how your body responds, and that's something that they're hoping to make A vaccination for a lot of the diseases are out there. Malaria, dengue a all those different types of things. And be able to make quick vaccinations. It actually changes how your body responds, so it actually changes the basis of how your body actually works. So And of course, this is one of the things that they've come on and said, Well, you know this is changing the DNI and how the body works, and we don't really know what kind of ramifications it has. Vaccines, right? The vaccinations? Yeah. So, you know, we're kind of saying the people who are actually developing like Bill Gates and all those air extremely excited about this. That it would be a real answer on boosting immune system of people changing them into a stronger, healthier group. Rne, the RNA vaccinations and something that they're very want to get everybody done with. So they're working on that right now. Well, they've actually got that. This is the first one. This is kind of like the test one. Okay, And then they're hoping to actually come out with quite a few other ones there along those lines, and one of the things is that when a new infection comes along, then that is something that they would be able to make vaccination. Whether quickly Much quicker than what they had before, and it could be revolutionary in health care. But again, we're at the very beginnings of it. And there are people who are actually saying well. You know, we don't really know. What does this mean? Because you are changing a lot of the basic function of the human body on a genetic basis s O again, you know excitement, but a word of caution and We'll wait and see and see what happens. Wait and see. Yeah. So everybody has this question. I have this question. When will we get back to normal? Put those things normal. Yes, they do not expect 2021 to go back to normal. They're hoping for 2022, probably in the spring. So this is something that we playing out for a while now. Our response to it is what we will see whether we change our response. We are learning as we go. We have found that the school closings are ineffective. Now, if you're getting lockdowns from other countries in the spread of it, that does make a difference. Like New Zealand. They were they are out in the ocean and Think keep anybody from coming in than that actually works pretty well. But there hasn't been a huge statistical difference on the countries that lockdown extremely on those that didn't walk down at all. In their numbers and numbers. You really sweet in there was really no difference between here in the United States and Sweden didn't lock down anything. They didn't close any restaurants that includes anything Mm hmm. So there wasn't really in, you know, Statistically, it's maybe two. Maybe 3%, which there can be statistical error on that. So again, you know, with the old school closing, we absolutely 100% no that that was damaging that caused a lot more harm with really no benefit. That was a very poor choice on the lockdowns. That is also something that the jury is out on. We don't have enough data, but the evidence on that is for the United States. It probably didn't make any difference. And put 30 million people out of work and a huge amount of problems and sufferings. So we'll see what what we actually come up with on that, and with a verdict is Now. What about the next pandemic? What? Ah, yes. Munna asked that question. Yeah, but, you know, we've got the two different types of new covered 19 out there. We've got the UK was got thesis. Ouch! African and we got the Brazil And each of those, they have actually come up with the conclusion that there are more contagious and more deadly. And then there is the pig quote a virus that could go into the human population was found in China. It's found in China, which is actually more contagious and more deadly. And then there's also a new strain of flu that has been found in China. So I'm sorry. Yeah, that that wasn't and you got any good news. Whoa way are learning quite a bit, You know, on what works and what doesn't And, you know, I mean, this is what it comes down to. You know, when we're talking about this whole cove in 19 again, it's important to remember that 26% of the people are completely me into it. You know that There's really no problems. 40% get it and show no symptoms. We have 20% who have mild to moderate symptoms, and then it's really 14% of the population that is at risk. And 14% of the population is at risk for most of these pandemics. You know, what do you do to keep from getting into that? 14%? Will you take care of yourself? You know, you take care of your vitamins. You know, you keep your health your mental, So that's one of the things we're going to talk about. Yes, When we come back, we're going to talk about our supplements necessary. Some will be right back. You can win a free 60 minute massage and are relaxing spot at the Prater practice each month. We have a drawing to give away a free massage to one of our lucky.

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"center disease control" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Radio

Mayo Clinic Radio

08:19 min | 6 months ago

"center disease control" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Radio

"After this. One third of the US population, we'll develop cancer during their lifetime. Understanding how cancers develop on a genomic level in developing drugs to target patient specific unique form of Kim is an approach called precision oncology. With us today to discuss this is Dr Jewel. So matter he's a gastroenterologist, leads the clinical genomics program at the Center for individualized medicine at Mayo Clinic in Arizona. Let's start with one of your recent studies. It spotlighted early onset colorectal cancer. Why do some people develop colorectal cancer earlier in their lives when we kind of think of it as a disease of older adults, we know that at least ten percent of colorectal cancers occur before. Age Fifty, some of the risk factors for this could be underlying diseases like inflammatory bowel diseases. CROHN's disease ulcerative colitis having a family history of colorectal cancer or genetic predisposition Shin Data's floating within a family. But at the same time, we have found that over the last twenty to thirty years, there's been a rising incidents of early onset colorectal cancer so much so that in the last ten years or so we've seen that the incidence of. Cancer specifically, in females has increased by nine percent. We don't think this is due to a lack of colon cancer screening since. was never employed in younger persons. So there are probably other factors whether it is biological or environmental issues leading to young onset colorectal cancer. So one of the risk factors is an interesting called familial adenomas polyposis FA A. P. at what age is this rare genetic disease usually diagnosed in how do you treat something like that? There are two main genetic causes of early onset colorectal cancer one is called Lynch. Centrum. This is caused by mutations in genes that are involved in DNA. Repair and increase. JURISCO risk up in colorectal cancer to about eighty percent lifetime risk and a number of other cancers are also increase in that condition called including endometrial cancer, small bowel stomach cancer, several skin cancers, and renal or euro. Tarik cancers the condition we're talking about with your now is a second one called familial. polyposis or AP this accounts for about one percent of all colorectal cancer it is caused by a mutation in a gene referred to his ABC. This genetic condition is autosomal dominant. What that means is you have to genetic condition, your son, your daughter, your brothers, and your sisters have a fifty percent chance of also having that genetic condition having one abnormal copy of that gene means you have the conditions. So that's called a dominant condition, this gene if mutated. Increases your risk of developing colorectal cancer to one hundred percent lifetime risk your international study on F. A. A. Found a potential combination therapy that may help patients with the most serious cases. Can you tell us a little about that? Our group along with many other groups internationally have participated and conducted a number of clinical trials looking at medications or drugs that can delay or prevent the onset of cancer in patients with F. E. P. This most recent trial. was published in the new. England Journal of Medicine and they used to different medications one called. DFM. Oh. If nothing and another medication called Sewan doc soon, doc is a non steroidal anti inflammatory drugs and study looked at using old drugs together or each drug separately in upwards of one hundred fifty f. p. patients were randomized or equally placed into all three groups and then followed on average for about four to four and a half years what. A trial found was that the patients who took a combination drug? So both strands together. No episodes of disease occurring into lower bowel or into cola rectum, none of them ended up needing collecting. Or excision off remaining portion of direct that's often left in place even after two colon is removed or excision of a large precancerous polyp indie color rectum it did show that in the lower bowel, it seemed to have a marked effect. So future trials will expand upon that group and look at the use of this combination drug purely for the lower gastrointestinal cancer prevention, which again is the most important cancer that occurs an F. AP, the patients who you described to typically be having surgery. Would they receive treatment instead of having surgery even if they have polyps or be an additional treatment as a group of experts in this field, we would like to have a medication that we can apply to. Young. Patients. So before they've had surgery before, they've had a large number of polyps occur so that hopefully we can stave off surgery for years. If not decades, the second group would be patients who have a significant. Paula. Burden or even have undergone a colostomy. But often when you undergo collect me, they will leave about ten centimeters of rectum in place that continues to be at risk of cancer development. So this medication could prevent the formation of polyps answers in the rectum, decrease the need for colonoscopies and future for these patients or the need for a second surgery. So how does doing genetic testing help you help on? Taylor that treatment of cancer by understanding the what cancers, for example, your address four, we can either do intensive screening or even possibly prophylactic surgery depending on what cancer you have and a genetic mutation that may have led to it. We may be. Able to use targeted treatments things such as immunotherapy or park inhibitors that work on a certain genetic pathway. We've known for several years now that breast and ovarian cancers that are related to an underlying. Mutation benefit from the use of a medication called a harp inhibitor well, about a year ago. Now, there was a large clinical trial that showed pancreatic cancer again, pancreatic cancer, which has a very low survival rate, and if it is due to this Brca mutation is again, this breast cancer gene can lead to pancreatic cancer. These specific patients actually responded extremely well to that same breast cancer drug apartment bitter. So we are moving away from thinking about cancers and silos where there's a particular drug for breast cancer, a different drugs for pancreatic cancer, a different drug for prostate cancer to an understanding that well there are. A spectrum of cancers, breast cancer, ovarian cancer, pancreas, and prostate cancer. That may all be related to the same underlying genetic abnormality and be RCA, and if that's true, we should use that same breast cancer apart inhibitor to treat any of these cancers because the genetic pathway that lead to them is the same. The Center Disease Control Actually put prevention measures in various tiers. It turns out that genetic testing for Brca and Lynch Syndrome are placed as tier one interventions because of the very high risk of Colon, uterine breast, ovarian cancer, and genetic syndromes. Feeling is that if we can identify them early on in a person. We have good options for the complete prevention of Breast,.

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"center disease control" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:53 min | 6 months ago

"center disease control" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"The six, twenty, twenty, I'm Mike Clifford. President trump left Walter Reed medical. Center and return to the White House evening. The new. York Post reports despite almost daily disclosures of new coronavirus infections among trump's close associates. The White House is making little effort to investigate the scope and source of its outbreak according to the post the White House decided not to trace contacts of guests and staff members at the Rose Garden celebration ten days ago for Judge Amy. Conybeare it where at least eight people including the president may have become infective. The post notes the white. House has cuffy centers, Disease Control Prevention, which has governments most extensive knowledge and resources out of the process. It has now been a month since the CDC drafted any victim moratorium under orders from. President trump but are Mike Molin reports eight North Dakota Assistance Group says, there are cases where landlords still might try to vic someone facing a hardship. A moratorium is aimed at protecting renters from being forced from their home after similar measures expired including one under the cares act. If they meet certain criteria, person can't be evicted until the end of the year but Adele page of legal services of North Dakota says they syncing cases where the tenant was facing qualified hardship but minor violations were used as an excuse persons applied for assistance she meets all of the qualifications and the landlords trying to. For excessive dog feces in the yard and alleged damage to a post from a dog she says an inspection of the post in find any damage page attributes this to the guidelines being vague. She says, they should stay only serious violation should be considered in cases where there are still a hardship Mike says for those fighting eviction, one of the key documents needed as a declaration page where a renter can formerly state. There are legitimate reasons for falling behind and they're attempting to secure aid that form can be found on the CDC website. New Data is highlighting the need to strengthen programs that help prevent and respond to domestic violence, and you know report from Ohio domestic. Violence. Network reveals that one hundred nine ohioans died as a result of domestic violence in the year ending June thirtieth a thirty five percent increase from the year before. During the first few months of the cove nineteen pandemic domestic violence fatalities were fourteen percent higher than during the month of two. Nineteen. Joe Simonsen with od vn says this concept of primary source of funding for domestic violence programs the federal crime, Victims Fund was caught by one third state wine while the need is still there and we're actually seeing sort of increases in severity, and some of the cases that we've been hearing about most lately, the dollars have dropped off in, that's going to be significant for our program. Mary Sherman. Reporting. This is P.. M. S.. Estates grapple with financial shortfalls due to the coronavirus pandemic study shows just how much Texas could benefit by expanding Medicaid under the affordable care study. Lead Laura. Dig says at current funding rates Medicaid expansion in Texas could bring in five point, four billion new federal dollars and provide health coverage to nearly one million Texans with little cost to the state dig says the unexpected health. Crisis illustrates while expanding Medicaid could help lower income residents. Medicaid is the kind of program that can make a big difference in it pandemic especially as going forward where hopefully we'll develop better treatments and thinking about how people are going to pay for those things without health insurance people typically forgo preventive care and had to an emergency room when they're sick creating a financial burden. For the state and Taxpayers Research for the study was compiled by the Bush School of Government and Public Service has sponsored by the Episcopal Health Foundation for public service I'm Roz Brown last year a federal judge in Texas. Invalidated the affordable care act of of the law remains in the fact, winning a US Supreme Court ruling advocates for more civil discourse building support for differences. Of Elections called approval voting and they say could boost the fight against climate change in approval voting people are asked to mark all the candidates they approve of rather than just picking one. The one with the most approval votes wins Christine Mohr Shetty is a volunteer with the Center for Election Science. She says, the winter is then the consensus choice rather than the most extreme. In approval voting, you would end up with the choice that most people would accept as opposed to a more radical than small. Really really want which is what can happen right now Suzanne Potter finally Laura Brush Brow Tell them tells us if you're feeling lazy about leaves piling up your property experts say well, you shouldn't even those leads can help environment as well as wildlife according to many conservation groups David Miss a juicy naturals with the National Wildlife Federation he's as leading some lease. Stay on the ground is cost effective since we become a natural fertilizer but also leaves and trash are a big problem leaves according to. 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"center disease control" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

09:45 min | 7 months ago

"center disease control" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"They can't look you in the eye as well that their postures actually determined some of their personality. And so this is actually making personality changes on people whether or not a sociable not going forward. But they're more timid, not feeling yourself confident So all those things are coming together to cause a real change in this next generation. What about athletic performance? Can it affect that? I would think Absolutely because it throws off the kinesthetic sense. One of the things that I talk about is you have your kinesthetic sense. Your kinesthetic sense is basically what you talked about for a natural athlete. So I know their body in space. Right? Right. You actually are aware of where you are, and that's actually what makes it and that can aesthetic sense. Is completely goes away when you have that forward head posture, so it really affects athletic performance. One of the things that we've seen in people who are starting to go forward. Athletes and in high school and college is that their athletic performance really goes down because there can aesthetics sense their balance. Is all off. And if you can bring that posture back in position, they're athletic performance really improves of strengthen proves there's a huge type of involvement in all this as becoming a real problem, and it's something That their center disease control is actually becoming aware of Well, let's talk about it. The good news is this can be corrected. This can be grim. We see it all the time. Sure, And there needs to be You know an effort on the person to wanna correct it, you know, because it can happen. So let's talk about Especially the different things we do at the Prater practice. We talk about structure, function care. That's what we practice. And one of the things is that really is important along those lines is it is especially in young people extremely easy to make that correction. So one of the first thing that you should do is chiropractic care. Because chiropractic care is that in the whole purpose of car parked here is to change the alignment of the body. So as we're doing an evaluation from the X rays. We can see that forward head posture, which is basically happening all almost all the time. So we actually have adjustments that are designed to bring the head back into proper position where the ear is over the shoulder. And those adjustments are really easy to do consistently. We can actually see a change in one of the things we do is we have a posture map. Where people can actually stand up there see exactly what's going on and the posture right after an adjustment, you can see a noticeable difference, which is absolutely fantastic. People appreciate that. The whole problem is that you need to keep on doing that because you've developed the body into a habit of going forward. With that head and you have to change that memory that the body has. And you do that by consistently doing those chiropractic adjustments to bring that head back into position. And so chiropractic is one of the most important things that can be done for the forehead. Posture. Okay, Very important. What role does rehab play exercise corrective exercise? Well, that is absolutely essential. You know that. I feel that the chiropractic is essential to be able to get that. But chiropractic alone isn't enough. You need to stretch out the muscles that become tight on the anterior portion of the neck. You have to strengthen the muscles that are behind Also relax the leader scapula so that they can strengthen up so you need to get stretching. You need to get some strengthening. You have to do some Wall Angels to get the thrash six back. So we have is absolutely critical to be able to get that correction. Otherwise, without rehab. You're never going to permanently change that. Very important about the Wall Angels. You know, there's some really nice. They're very iand believing our rehab. People have got those down and we do posture analysis, which is pretty eye opening. On a patient. Well, we have a grid. We take a picture. It's actually an app that we use, and people can't believe. Their posture. You know, after they see this is that really how I stand, you know, and then with the corrective exercise with the different care the chiropractic Massage, You know, they see that progress on and then we take another picture. Midway, and then it discharges. Really amazing to see the changes. Well, I mean, just bringing people back up into normal position. They look two inches taller. Yeah, it's ah, It's amazing how that changes everything around. It's about trigger point therapy is that important to your points are very important. We've got many ways to work on trigger points because with a forehead posture of meta fact that's one of the things I oftentimes will kick off the headaches and the next thing and the team J. It's the trigger points. And trigger point therapy. You could do that with a spray and stretch. We also use Connie Zito tape for trigger points, something that they used quite a bit in the Olympics. And we, actually so we do the do the Tunisia tape on there so that people are actually holding their posture. And then it goes ahead and works on those trigger points during while people aren't there. Because we're trying to keep people in that posture position. We also have the rapid release, which we've talked about quite a bit. That's amazing for getting out the trigger points and then also we do trigger point injections. Which are extremely helpful for getting that out. So we have many ways of working on that, and tremendous amounts of the pain and discomfort is from the trigger points caused by the forward head posture. So Important part of what we do. Let's talk about massage massage. One of the most important things is massage because it relaxes the muscles again. We see immediate changes along those lines, and we have amazing massage therapists. You know when we're talking about? Well, you know, we have to get a chiropractic adjustment We have to do some exercises might have to do some trigger point therapy. And then we always mentioned that massage is absolutely critical for this. And they say, Oh, darn twist my little finger. But get massage. Ono also a great time to fall asleep, but very important in getting those muscles relaxed. Let's talk about some of the equipment. I know the pressure practice. How we do what's called Demy durable medical equipment that we use. We have, uh, a neck and neck brace that people wear tender 15 minutes. And that trains the head T get back in position and again. That's an essential type of thing. We have tio oftentimes get their curve in their neck back, So we have a Particular wedge type of thing that people train on again using about 10 15 minutes, so some durable medical equipment is absolutely essential again. To help to train the body to get backwards. So the exercises and one of the things that you know as I go through all these things, people sit there and go. Wow, That's that's a lot of things, and I said, Well, you know, as you put all those things together, that's what gives us the the high success rate. So what lifestyle changes are important. Well, you know, actually, regular computers aren't too bad because you can adjust the keyboard. And then you can also get the computer does taps. Yeah, Yeah, ergonomically in a correct position when they went to the ipads thie laptops, I thought, you know the iPhones where you're You can't adjust all that. Ergonomically. It's absolutely terrible for you. Those positions are really bad if you're going to, you know, I walk around and everybody's got their head down, looking at their at their iPhone, doing all sorts of things, and you know you can't continue to do that and actually expect so. Getting your ergonomic. Workstation and actually working on that and then not doing it when you're not. There is absolutely crew. Yeah, we have a nice ergonomic checklist. People can take home with them. And check their space their workspace. And we really encourage those posture exercises. You know, while they're working, you know, write more people are working from home and actually being aware of it looking in the mirror. All right, well up next you're going to hear from Judy retired dental hygienist. Those career caused pastor issues and why she decided to drive from another state to find help at the Prater practice..

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"center disease control" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

The Glenn Beck Program

05:43 min | 7 months ago

"center disease control" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

"Series on Critical Race Theory Okay Against the president's directive. The CDC is the one that they're still about disease right? The center disease control, but they said. They said because racism is a bigger disease than even covet. That's not Thank you thank you. It's not and no one was fired now they stopped it but no one was fired this the first time I've had a chance to ask. When is somebody going to get fired? Why? Haven't you been fired yet. So then yesterday from the same exact reporter. Chris Christopher Rufo, he released yesterday the State Department EPA and va are moving forward with race trainings. In violation of the presidential order the agencies are pressuring staff to denounce their white privilege become co resistors against systematic racism and sign equity pledges. The this is against. A presidential directive. You are a country that you have the administration in rebellion. With the head of the administration. If they don't take the presidential directives, all of those people. Are tied to the cabinet. The cabinet members are the ones that answer to the president and he says, you're doing this. They then go out and tell their staff do this if their staff isn't doing it. You need to keep firing until they do. How is the president supposed to run a country? His own cabinet, his own administration won't listen to what he's doing. This is deep state at it's. At its core. If you teach people they don't have to worry about an elected president. Then, what do they were? Why elected president while elect one if the president who oversees this is his job he oversees all of the departments. That's his job. And if he can't tell them, yes you're going to do this. No you're not going to do this. Then why elected president it's just chipping away at the entire foundation of the country while actor president if when he names a Supreme Court justice gets approved by the elected Senate, you just change all the rules and and make make fifteen supreme court justices. So you can have all of your team in there right? Why? Why bother with any of this? And I think that that's of course part of this plan you've been talking about for a long time is chipping away at these foundations and we've been told how many times that Joe Biden is a return to normalcy? Is He? Doesn't feel like normal does it does it feel like normal when they're gonNA. Add Fifteen Supreme Court justices does it feel feel normal when they're getting rid of the Electoral College? Does it feel normal when they're going to? TERRIP shred every single tradition and you know rule that we've been living under for a couple of hundred years in your race our history you're gonna you're GonNa you're GonNa you're GonNa add states you can get more senators to win votes like this is normal I mean like there and how many people with blue check marks next to their name need to say we're GONNA burn it down I. Think Don Lemon even said last night. We need to burn the whole system down if if they do this like well, that's the return to normalcy you're voting for. That's what you want. Because the clearly, this is not going to stand for it America. They want a civil war they want one all were asking for is a return to the constitution that's it. That's it. We don't have any crazy demands are crazy demands are let's live by the rules that made us America in the first place. Let's live by the Constitution. All of the amendments. Let's live by that. That's what the right is asking for I. DON'T WANNA dictator. I don't know anybody who wants a dictator I want to be left alone by the federal government. When we the federal government, the states can ask for help. But I want the federal government out of my life. How is that radical? That is the definition of American? Back in just a second. Rough Greens. If you own a dog, you haven't watched him or her experience. The absolute pleasure and joy of rough. Greens then when waiting for not only does it taste great? My Dog Licks it out of the bowl and it's like doggie crack. Own. All you hear is just chain hitting the bowl and then it going around the floor. It's so incredibly good for him and it's it's not just good for him in the short term sense rough Greens is in it for the long haul promoting the dogs longevity helping him or her live a fuller healthier life. It's amazing stuff it really is it's not a dog food. It's a supplement has probiotics, antioxidants, vitamins, minerals, meg oils, everything that your dog needs and everything sincerely that your dog. LOVES THEY LOVE THIS? So give your dog, the rough Greens fourteen day jumpstart bag today for fourteen ninety five. See The difference in your dog in fourteen days or less go to rough Greens. Are You F- Greens. Dot Com Slash Beck Rough Greens dot com slash back or call eight three three Glenn G. L. E. N. N. thirty three, eight, three, three,.

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"center disease control" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

01:55 min | 7 months ago

"center disease control" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Invisible. Ray DEMARCO. told the committee that he responded to the email a half hour. Later he said the National Guard didn't have either device Dina Temple Reston NPR news. This is NPR news. Europe is putting fresh pressure on Brazil to combat rising deforestation in the Amazon NPR's Philip. Reeve's reports deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon is up sharply this year there's another surge in the number of fires. Now, eight European nations including. Germany, and France have written to the Brazilian government saying it's backsliding on previously strong record of forest protection. The letter says, this makes it increasingly difficult for international businesses seeking deforestation free supply chains Brazil's President Shaya, both NATO has a recco encouraging deforestation. He's placed his veep General Hamilton morale in charge of forest. But says the Europeans simply protecting that trade from outside competition flip reads NPR, News Radio President Trump predicted yesterday vaccine against the corona virus could be available as early as next month. This contradicts his own experts, Dr, Robert, Redfield, the director of the centers. Disease Control and prevention totally. Congressional hearing yesterday vaccine is unlikely to become widely available until next spring or summer. The president said Redfield is confused career prosecutors at the Justice Department are being criticized by their boss Attorney General William barred hold an audience and Michigan they behave as head hunters going after prominent targets for what he called ill-conceived Political Investigations Bar said political employees should have the final say in what cases should be brought. I'm Nora Raum NPR news..

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"center disease control" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

10:46 min | 1 year ago

"center disease control" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"By people who say that and I say Gimme an Australian. Yeah because I see 'cause now back to responsibility is if there is a me and there are if there are media outlets. 'cause we can't just say media. Let's like saying to Austin Baseball player. No there are some good rooms and bedrooms. You don't say baseball player. Same with media and the point is if I have responsibility. I'm empowered to choose the ones that are balanced and to choose the ones that are thoughtful in the choose the ones that are reflect for. We'll see that's what I want to focus on today because I'm not sure our audience in given this circumstance is even familiar with options for what is thoughtful and what is reflective and what they can do during this time because they're so used to. It's like Terry. It kind of reminds me of my retirement where I said I was useless in board. I didn't know what to do. I couldn't come up with what to do because I had no. I had no options or alternatives at that point and then I and I have a feeling. That's what a lot of people are facing. They have no options or alternatives to what their lifestyle could be like. What it what different lifestyles going to be like. I I just read a post from a friend on facebook and I've asked him to be on the podcast and she had sixteen reasons of positive things that can come out of this about how to do how to learn online schooling. How to do online business ought to do remote business The decrease in and automobile emissions and she had sixteen different things. Were that were really positive. You know just like you know how dare you come up with a positive thing on this right and I think we need to. I think we need to help people with that and I would like to begin by doing that. And I want instead of me reading from your from Your Post Your blog your newsletter your Sabbath moment I would like you to read from it and and I and I kinda cute you up what I would like you to to read and and finish with the word remains Here's the deal. When life is upside down we easily forget the fundamental truth that we live from sufficiency not scarcity. Even in times of distress church was cancelled. The you know I'm GonNa stop and maybe at each hadn't planned on doing this but I think that's a very powerful line when we when we talk about we're living from sufficiency not scarcity scarcity. That we we do have sufficiency we. Yeah we have capacity. We have capacity right correct. Okay go ahead. Yeah and You know that goes back to the responsibility thing. You're not at the mercy of Even in times of distress church was cancelled. March madness was canceled. Even I just had this. The Masters Golf per attic like me was canceled. Public gatherings have been cancelled. And there's more to come but hope will not be cancelled. Conversations will not be cancelled. Friendship will not be cancelled. Gardening will not be cancelled watching the moonlight filters through the trees will not be cancelled. Love will not be cancelled. Music will not be cancelled. Reading will not be cancelled. Self Care will not be cancelled. Prayer will not be cancelled and letting one other spirits will not be cancelled. May we mean into the good stuff that remains? That's brilliant Hirsch? That's that's really good shit I just think all those we think of what is cancelled in it is and it is what is cancelled are a lot of external external actions were limited in our in our activity but our interior life has not been canceled at all our terrier life still loss interesting interesting thing that goes on because I mean the pandemic is a real fear I mean and I will. I will just be honest to say when they talk about people who are Liable to or susceptible I qualify. I'm I'm I'm I'm over. Sixty five and I have asthma. That means I can be immuno-compromised. Well I'm I'm seventy and I'm an asshole. Does that does that. Does that. Qualify me qualifies you in many ways not could be a member of clubs actually. That's not true. There are many clubs. That's all they have. Yeah I've belonged to a couple. Yeah but you are. Which puts you? But you are your immune system. What do you call it? You are mean and Amino compromises that it you know immune immune compromised. Yeah so the the the such re the point is it real but the remarkable thing. Is You for a living when people do for a living I? I'm in the refueling business for years. All I've written about his sanctuary self-care pausing you know letting your soul catch up with your body emotional wellbeing. That's what I've written about. And and this is what's interesting Gel so when I do workshops About Sanctuary so this was before there was a good corona virus before and by that. I just need to three months ago at an event I start by asking people. How many in the last week of an exhausted? How many hands go up following of comedy of Ben How many have been hurried? Yeah how many have been distracted whether as I go I go through the entire list How many have been pissed off at people? You're not really angry at the home at new stuff and okay. So what can we do about it in other words? How can we take responsibility? Choose from that. And here's what's interesting every single. Not all of them. Say Thank God. I would love to spend time just with my soul catching up with my body. Just with Self Care Justice. Sandra Volker House hits and Yup sent sent for you it's it's going back to reclaim what we have forgotten. Copa and every single person says I want to do that. Well that's what we're doing right. Now that's what I encourage people to do. And we'RE BEING WE'RE BEING. I don't WanNa say we're being forced into a but we've been given an opportunity and we've given be given an opportunity because we don't have the distractions available to us. Oh we that we had let me let me ask you this way. It is very direct thing you you were in a place where the ten days of of of silent retreat and and you were recording deemed as it were. I was attend ten days. Where were you forced to do that? Nope see that's what see now but you could have misused that time. Is that not true? I could have been. You would have been difficult because it was. You know there were there. Were Nazi guards there. So Yeah No. But I'd be misused at mentally. Oh yes absolutely absolutely. Yeah Yeah Yeah. I could've been the intention of I went with the intention of personal discovery and I realized saying bats the thing about this when people say what are you doing about the good corona virus I'm living today with the intention of personal discovery. I'm plus I'm washing my hands. Who Okay this is Charlie hedges and this has been our podcast. Not Saying that you know you just said it right there. I mean you just that we are. We have an opportunity for personal discovery and enlightenment and maybe even as my friend road I you know. I sat in her sixteen positives. Learning to live life differently. Were being forced to live more remotely and work more remotely and and live this way. And and and who knows it it might. It might take hold a little bit. You know. I'm I'm not that optimistic but it but it may take hold a bit and that would be. That would be quite wonderful now. Now you've got you've got Five suggestions of how people might take advantage of this opportunity and might go down the road of of self discovery or personal discovery but I I think one thing you pointed out in your post that some of us have advantages over others Do you remember that quote? That was your facebook facebook post. Yeah do you remember what that said? Yeah Yeah Yeah because the CDC Center Disease Control says to prevent virus. You need to stay home and avoid physical contact and don't go into large crowds and those of us. Who are introverts saying what we say? Is that We've been preparing for this moment. Our entire.

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"center disease control" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

06:46 min | 1 year ago

"center disease control" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"The Senate passed a bill. Wednesday to expand paid leave and unemployment benefits in response to the corona virus pandemic. Cnbc reports as part of a staggering response expected in coming weeks to avoid economic calamity. The chamber approved by Parson Plan. By vote of Ninety two eight. Cbc ADDS to Senators Republicans. Cory Gardner of Colorado and Rick. Scott of Florida did not vote while insult quarantine after exposure to people who tested positive for the corona virus disease known as Cova nineteen some GOP. Lawmakers opposed the bill arguing. It could harm small business and as the cove nineteen pandemic worsens in the US disparity between those who have health insurance and those who don't is evident in a new report that shows both the number and rate of uninsured Latino children in taxes increased by twelve percent from twenty sixty two twenty eighteen. Ross Brown has all report in two thousand eighteen the gap between health coverage rates for Latino children and all children. Why didn't for the first time in a decade according to a new report two states Texas and Georgia account for more than sixty percent of the nationwide increase Laura Gear Cardis with the Children's Defense Fund? Texas says between two thousand sixteen in two thousand eighteen more than sixty one thousand Latino children in Texas fell off the roles of the insured. She believes the findings should alarm all Texans lear above the national average for every demographic population white Black Hispanic Asian and native American. Kids all have wore senator greats in the national average Texas had seven of the top ten counties the total number of uninsured. Latino children in the. Us is one point. Six million that as the end of twenty eighteen and nationwide panic over. The Corona virus has sparked a rise in racist incidents against Asian Americans in the US in a press conference Wednesday president. Donald trump continued to call the infection. Th the Chinese virus and argued. It wasn't a racist term but Linda Jew with new site. One hundred reporters says the president's choice of words fuels white nationalist thinking and discrimination against Asians of the fact that generally are countries have gotten much more diverse much more about race. There's still a large sector of the society that remain extremely committed to the idea of racism and he's stating that mentality the Centers Disease Control and Prevention says race doesn't play a factor in contracting or spreading corona virus yet Asian Americans in New York California Maryland and other states have reported numerous incidents of bullying and harassment since the outbreak started on. Diane Bernard this is us if federal judge is blocking a logging project in the nation's largest force conservation groups say. That's a big win in the battle against climate change. Eric Rudolph has all report. The judge put a temporary injunction in place against a project that would have opened logging on one point. Eight billion acres in Alaska's Tonga's national forest Washington senator. Maria Cantwell has been one of the forest staunchest supporters. Pat Lavon with defenders of wildlife says logging. This old growth forest would do great damage to the country's climate action efforts. It's an important carbon sink and approaches like this that removed that sink or all the worse for Climate Change. So it's a disturbing proposal from a climate perspective. The US Forest Service originally approved the logging plan for the next fifteen years but only gave vague details on where logging would take place. According to the court the federal judge in this case found the four services approval of this project violated the National Environmental Policy Act due to the lack of public engagement and the Alaska National Interest Land Conservation Act which requires federal agencies to consider how public land uses will affect subsistence. Needs earthjustice attorney Tom. Waldo says the court exposed how poorly the forest service prepared for timber sales? In this case the court will decide. What the permanent remedy should be over the next several weeks and Waldo says he'll argue that no timber sales should be allowed to go forward until before service does a proper environmental analysis that gives local residents and other users of the national forests a meaningful opportunity to participate in decisions about where the toon boom Lashley. Last year cantwell introduce the Roads Area Conservation. Act in Congress largely to protect the Tonga's national forests from roadbuilding projects. Such as this finally Eric. Lots tells us the Wyoming Democratic Party has cancelled in-person caucuses because of Cova nineteen but voters still could cast ballots by mail and at drop boxes. Have for the first time voters will be able to rank their choice of candidates. Chris Merrill with the nonpartisan Equality State Policy Center says one benefit of what's called ranked choice. Voting could be fewer negative ads because candidates need to reach beyond their heart core base to convince voters to make them their second or third choice. It would cut down on the kind of tack approach and it would force candidate to focus more on issues and to be more civil. In general voters can choose up to five candidates in order of their preference under the new system and votes for candidates. Don't get at least fifteen percent would automatically go to the next one on your list. Wyoming joins Alaska Hawaii Kansas and event to use ranked choice voting in the presidential primary. 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"center disease control" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"center disease control" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"In there and you know they say they don't have you could run over a quarter intelligence heads or tails and then they said what hospital would you like to go to I said the nearest one the voice of health minute with doctor Robert printer of the printer practice the World Health Organization and the center disease control so that were really ignoring the pre diabetic condition that's really where we need to be starting to treat people as to how many people are pre diabetic well that's a shocking number it's about eighty million people that they estimate are pre diabetic that's an including take to type one three nine ninety we've got the asset pandemic that's what you said right we've got thirty five million people who have diabetes only twenty three million people know that eighty million people those with ETS and I've I find that very true because we're constantly telling people what effect there are more people that come into our office that are pre diabetic that art is the fastest growing disease in America it is going way beyond any other type of disease growth schedule your appointment at the pre their practice three one seven eight four eight eighty forty eight the appraiser practice restoring hope have you ever been curious about how acupuncture can benefit your health the printer practice has received the Indy A. list award for best in acupuncture for.

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"center disease control" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

08:34 min | 1 year ago

"center disease control" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Of health with doctor Robert Fraser of the printer practice where we get to the root cause of your health issue well we're talking today about the gift of health breast feeding and that you prefer your you are saying some strong statements from research that has been done we're talking about the health benefits for the child both emotionally psychologically intelligent Weiss just very interesting just how use you said that as a mother's breast feeding chemically things change for the needs of the baby yes which is a I mean and just an amazing thing of how we're created yes it has created what are some of the benefits to the mother for breast feeding yeah one of the things I want to say is that the whole center disease controlled World Health Organization was quite sympathetic towards you know moms and all this in that's one of the things that they actually said that's why I brought up who's responsible for making breast feeding work it's not just the month you know moms are just easily guilt ridden yes we take to much in the know a whole lot of pressure use this is something that is a society problem this is not just mother's problems one of the things is we want to not to make people feel guilty but especially mom's number two one of the things is that the the health benefits once that is realize there isn't much greater effort that takes place to breast feed you know if it's no big deal it's a problem Hey but the importance of that once that's pointed out the the compliance on that is much much bigger but it is much more than just the mom's responsibility you need to have the support of the husband you need to have this for the family you need to have the support of you work and you need the support of society to make this work right and that all that help to me because breast feeding actually was more difficult for me than birthing my children I hate to say that but it wasn't easy and the help I received and we're gonna we're gonna talk about that and give out that information help me get through you know this first you know weeks right when I had my supports and you know the the support of others on there if you would have a whole lot of negativity I mean you're tired yes it's something that is not just on again the moms right to make this work this needs to be a whole society effort to to give the support that that's necessary to make this work right because there wasn't any easy for thing for me to you know first to set yeah well you know not really the nerd nurturing type be honest so yeah yeah it it and this is for me no it's a whole different type of type of thought pattern and and yes so you know understanding the importance of this makes a huge difference and all the benefits that's something that we need to work on but there's actually a lot of benefits towards moms yeah I don't talk about that what are the benefits add to the moms well according to the center of disease control there's two times less breast cancer so you cut your chances of breast cancer in half if you were speaking while which is great ovarian cancer it's five times less if you of west for post partum depression there's decrease on that so it there's there's a a huge amount of things and then also there's cost savings twelve hundred to fifteen hundred dollars in just the first year mile if you work on breast feeding there are some very definite health benefits towards the mom also breasts don't sank relying Denton the name home that'll look salad one of those has been involved the other thing is you know there's there's some very interesting things that are going on one of the benefits is we have the affordable health Care Act and we'll be talking about that but breast feeding equipment and counseling is required to be paid a hundred percent through the affordable health Care Act wow to know that I'm that's one of the things they actually want around and talked to new moms and it was less than two percent that actually knew that that was something that was available and the the hospitals and the you know that's not really information that's being put out there hi so just throwing that out too so are these health benefits long lasting yes you know it's not just before the inference that you see the benefits but these are actually long term types of benefits of for the child and for the mom you even on an emotional level they have found that there is a very and that there's a much stronger bond between a mother and a child throughout their entire life if the mom breastfed so you know even on getting along with your children it makes a very big difference for for a long term type of benefit and the health benefits last and so you know you you've done so people who actually have been breast fed live longer healthier more active more intelligent do better in school and in life you know it's it's just on and on and on all the benefits that occur throughout your entire life if breast feeding is done well let's talk about problems with breast feeding what what problems can you encounter well you know what you're talking about breast feeding one you just had a baby you made a baby those things are very tiring then you also have to support and help to keep on nourishing that child if you are low on your own nutrients that becomes difficult because like I said the needs of the baby are met even if it has to sacrifice the mon okay uhhuh that's just the way it works so you know mom's gonna have some deficiencies in calcium zinc B. vitamins all sorts of things that can start to occur that needs to be addressed and addressing those are very important part of of looking in taking care of the mother because the baby's going to get what it means until you're sucked dry and then it has some nutritional Mando deficiencies but if you've got any reserve it all is going to go to the baby so just like in pregnancy right you so women who are are pregnant nursing they need extra nutritional help that is not you know in other words it's a huge requirement and that needs to be addressed so how can these problems be avoided well AT you know there needs to be some good diagnostic tests to find out what are the the needs that are going on how that can be addressed and you know he is it's a matter of looking at that and not just going out there and again we need a whole society that comes along side the mom and meets the needs when you talk about old societies the ancient traditions there were when when a woman became pregnant in many societies there was a special diet set up for them so they had to have and then when they were breastfeeding there was a special society diet that was set aside for them in other words they got the best of everything right in a prepared it yeah it was it was the whole he was the Phillies that actually took care of them they also have a special place there was a lot of things that they didn't have to do anymore you know because they they had a special you.

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As syphilis invades rural America, a fraying health safety net is failing to stop it

The WOR Sports Zone with Pete McCarthy

02:15 min | 2 years ago

As syphilis invades rural America, a fraying health safety net is failing to stop it

"Him at least let's shift gears as we normally do. So let's just move on. Who'd like to talk about committee, actually, not committee tonight lease but sip bliss. And you know, what for once? We're not kidding. No. We're not in this case. And it's really kind of. I don't know. I haven't heard about syphilis in a while have you now. But apparently it's rapidly spreading in rural America. All right, public health officials saying rule countries countries count hesitate. He said across the midwest and west of becoming the new battleground all right syphilis is still concentrated in cities like San Francisco, right or Landau, right Vegas. It's now spreading to places like Missouri, Iowa, Kansas, Oklahoma, and all these all these challenges that are around it because the urban hubs rural populations tend to have obviously less access to the public health resources. Basically, you gonna drive fifty miles going to a hospital. Right. That's why Telehealth is catching on where you could be diagnosed through basically, your computer screen, like a doctor is always you could see you, and you could do and say certain things it doesn't have to travel there. So that's kind of a thing of the future conversation for another time. So that's the. The thing man, and syphilis and less willingness to address it because socially, conservative views towards homosexuality and non marital sex, maybe to want to bring this up. That's right. The numbers have quadrupled since two thousand twelve Missouri alone. Incredible four hundred twenty five cases right now, nearly two thousand that's according to a Kaiser health, they're they're a big deal. Kaiser, so it's amazing. Almost a half of them are outside population centers like Kansas City and Saint Louis there in. In the middle of nowhere. Basically, this is a disease that really should be no longer existing right? This should be like measles. Yeah. It shouldn't even exist in the United States of America. So what's going on? I wonder I mean, it's crazy. I mean ninety nine CDC right centers disease control. They had a plan to eradicate it. And there's only thirty five thousand cases nationwide and now instead, it's it's completely in an opposite direction. And now, there's more than one hundred thousand cases in the rising dramatically. Increasing druggies is a big part of it. This is true.

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"center disease control" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

09:44 min | 2 years ago

"center disease control" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Here. It's tranquil. The president. The president literally tweeted out a cost. That's our point. If you build the barrier in not gonna have the trouble. Now, there is a report out now that says a new migrant caravan larger than the first one is now forming in Honduras yet again and plans to leave next week. Now, where we are in all of this is the Trump administration is going to make a decision at some point. How is it that they're going to approach getting the money, and there's different schools of thought Lindsey Graham says the president should declare a national emergency. Now, there is the precedence for it. There will be a court fight that would ensue the likelihood of judge shopping would be real. They would probably send it out to California, Oregon and guarantee that it they get a liberal judge in gets the appeal would go to the ninth circuit, and then it would make itself, although you can expedite all of that. And it can be done faster than people think could work its way through the courts and in a short period of time. You know, I can tell you seeing this everywhere here. You know, we have Long Island has a massive MS thirteen problem and many of the members of this gang MS thirteen on Long Island or illegal immigrants. Fox had a report that there was three suspects arrested following a bat and knife attack outside of a Burger King restaurant. And by the way, a pretty well known area in New York along that I use to live anyway goes on to say that two of the three were previously held by homeland security, but were ordered released by federal judges. That's why judgeships matter anyway, one of them is a twenty year old Nobel eight Montes Zuniga, and you have Ramon. Arabella Lopez nineteen and another one Oscar Canales Molina seventeen facing second degree assault charges related to a brawl outside of a Burger King. In Huntington station is all happened Wednesday of this week all three entered the US illegally is unaccompanied minors. It's not clear what the groups were fighting about. One thing is clear. Everyone arrested are confirmed. Members of MS thirteen Cording to the Suffolk County. Police Commissioner all three defendants were previously confirmed MS thirteen gang members. And it goes on to say that thereafter, they were detained by the US department of homeland security's immigration customs enforcement, and then they were released from custody by a federal district county court judge, why don't we ever give out the names of these judges that put us in harm's way, all the time. They're in the country illegally. Sort of like the idiocy of catch and release. Yeah. Come back and come to court in about a month and a half your court date. It's two months from now. Nobody shows up. Why would they anyway, it goes on to say that these agents had wanted to travel to New York live with their mother above a, bud? You know, it's and this is hours before the president traveled to the southern border yesterday where I was I think for the fourteenth time most of these people, I know in my business media TV radio, they never go to the border. They've not seen the things that I have had the opportunity to see where we were mcallen Texas yesterday. And I'm Ben all the way from the Rio Grande all across the border to San Diego. But you can walk across on one side is Mexico. The other side of you make it across the United States you could. And it's so shallow. You can walk across it. And if you can't do it in a minute or less that means you're really slow. You can have a cane Walker cross in about a minute. I mean Blair that mister marathon runner over there. Probably do it in twenty seconds. Newsday had a report out today in two thousand seventeen Long Island, New York. Nearly forty percent of all homicides committed by MS thirteen gang members forty percent. 2017 MS thirteen was responsible for fifty percent of homicides in Nassau County. Which is the county. I was born in where lived a big part of my life Suffolk County twenty-seven percent, eight of the fifteen homicides in Nassau County believed to be victims of MS thirteen violence. And it's it's gotten to the point that they even at the Long Island railroad, they just shutting down crossings because that's where some of the gang members hang out want it you arrest them. Maybe that would solve the problem. Anyway, the democratic wall is beginning to crack. I don't have a strong feeling either way. I know the president has the statutory legitimacy to declare a national emergency. That's not even a question, and he certainly has as commander-in-chief the constitutional authority to do this. And it's just a matter of which way he decides to go. Now, the administration is now laying the groundwork to declare a national emergency to build the wall. Fox News reported that the president set those wheels in motion to fund alternatives or finding alternative ways to fund the wall. That means Nancy and Chuck can go pound sand. And the White House has directed. The army corps of engineers to look at possible ways of funding, the border security, Sarah Sanders, pope Fox News last night is ongoing partial federal government shutdown over money for the border wall is less than two days away from becoming the longest in our nation's history. Good things. Happened when Newt Gingrich had a shutdown at fight with Bill Clinton. Anyway, the White House has directed. The corps of engineers to examine the February twenty eighteen emergency supplemental budget, which included disaster relief for California, Florida, Texas, Puerto Rico among other states to see what unspent funds could then be used to use for the border wall apparently have thirteen point nine billion dollars available. You're to do it. Let's get the whole thing done. And let's do it. Right. The numbers I found from the CDC are interesting because we had been citing three hundred deaths in America a week as the number, but the the center disease control, CDC dot gov has different numbers about drug overdose deaths and from nineteen ninety nine to two thousand seventeen more than seven hundred thousand people have died from a drug overdose. Seven hundred thousand around sixty eight percent of the more than seventy thousand two hundred drug overdose deaths in two thousand seventeen involved an opioid look at states like New Hampshire and Maine and Ohio and Michigan mid western states. They are really I mean, it's like a death a day or in some of these states. And some of these towns there was one report that per capita was a city in Ohio. Prescribe opioids meaning like Oxycontin as like six hundred per person. And then when they can't get the pills anymore, then they go buy heroin and that heroin more now than ever before as being laced with Ben all Fenton, guaranteed to kill you. Anyway, they said on average one hundred thirty Americans die every day Cording to the CDC from an opioid overdose. That's a lot of Americans then the crime statistics that we had last year. We haven't been eligible 2016 illegal immigrants accounted for thirteen percent of all non immigration related federal sentences in fiscal year two thousand sixteen but yet they're three point five percent of the population. I mean, these numbers are staggering. So Lindsey Graham is calling for the president to declare a national emergency. And just build the wall. We'll get to that support on Capitol Hill to do this with the Republicans as building as well. Eighty eight percent of Americans disagree with Chuck and Nancy, and they do think there is a crisis our border, even the New York Times legal experts are saying that Trump can use Pentagon funds to build the wall. Wall Street Journal says the Pentagon has thirteen billion also available to build the wall. And the Pentagon saying that they're ready to help Trump build the wall. So it's all set in motion. We have the national emergencies act of nineteen Seventy-six that allows the president. It's been used many times before to trigger emergency powers conferred on him. By congress. This is a congressional act that the first so statue is a statutory authority as well as the constitutional authority, and we'll get to all of this and much much more eight hundred nine four one Sean toll-free telephone number special edition of Hannity tonight manufacturer crisis, really awaiting meet the families that lost loved ones because of illegal immigrants, and I I'd love to see Nancy and Chuck sit down with them and tell them to their face. It's a manufactured crisis. All these idiotic news reporters are so-called news people that have been toeing the Democratic Party talking point. Maybe they'll look them in the eye. Oh, sorry. You lost your son? This is just a manufactured crisis. It's cold. It is heartless, and it is rooted in nothing, but politics, there's no truth to what they say. You have to do is open your eyes. You know, I've been telling you about how my Pillow's changed my life. I fall asleep faster. 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"center disease control" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

11:17 min | 2 years ago

"center disease control" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"And welcome back to coast to coast, George Noory with you. Here's a subject that not a lot of people talk about. But we're going to this hour. Mary, Holland is with us on the faculty at NYU school of law directs its graduate Laurean program. She has written several law review and other articles on vaccine law and policy. She's testified to retain and expand vaccination exemptions in the states of California, West Virginia, Maine, New York, Vermont legislatures and has participated in several briefings for federal and state officials. She wrote with Kim MAC, Rosenberg the book, the H P V vaccine on trial. We are not going to dwell on just HPV and what it is. It's a ju it's it is a sexually transmitted virus. And there's about two hundred different types of them. But we're going to talk about the back scene. Mary welcome to the program. Much. Boy, this is a subject that's a lot of people shy away from. But I've been watching television and seeing these commercials telling parents to get their kids vaccinated with these HP vaccine's how widespread is this marketing push. It's global George the vaccine was just approved in two thousand six but it's already in over a hundred twenty-five countries and hundreds of millions of doses have been sold. It's it's global. What is wrong with the vaccine, you're not happy with it? We're not happy with the clinical trials, George. We're we're not happy with it. You're right. There are reported injuries around the world guess permanent injuries heart cobbler gastric problems neurological problems, just an incredibly wide range of injuries that are being reported around the world countries all over the world. And and when we look at this vaccine, Michael co-authors, Kim MAC Rosenberg and Eileen Oreo. When we get a deep dive on this vaccine, we see in the clinical trials doors that are meant to prove that the vaccine is safe and effective. What we see is. It was never proven to be safe. And it was never proven to be affect. We think that these trials were flawed. We're fatally fraud from the from the beginning. And basically, they need to go back to the drawing board if they wanna have this vaccine if there were a vaccine that would prevent cancer. Hey, I'm the first one who sign up, but this isn't that? No. I it's not that in. What did you see Mary that got you into this and started studying it, you know, I've been interested in this question George for a long time. I think vaccines raise a lot of important human rights questions where does the line of protecting the society extend to the line of protecting the individual who gets to decide when it comes to injecting something into your bloodstream. So that's always been an interest of mine for many years, but this vaccine was put on the market in two thousand six and literally immediately. I started hearing about these very strange episodes where perfectly healthy fifteen year old girls. Just kill over and die. Oh, my I would just horrified by these accounts. And so I started digging deeper, and my co author cannon I and then I lean you know, we teamed up with our publisher who is also very troubled by these reports and sad to say after a deep dive of four years. Where even more trouble than we were at the beginning. At what point are they recommending that boys because they're talking about boys? Now, two boys and girls get this vaccine. Also now talking George about men and women so in the vaccine on trial, we really sort of go into the comprehensive story, and they started really marketing it two girls, and they were marketing it to a target population of eleven and twelve year olds even though they could start earlier and go later, they were marketing it to eleven twelve years with this idea that they haven't become sexually active yet. And this vaccine is going to be more effective. If we give it to girls before they might be at risk of getting this virus through contact your sexual contact. But the irony is now the centers for disease control is recommending this vaccine for people up to forty five both men and women not a huge range of virgins up in their forties. So the irony is that it's being pushed on. Girls. And now boys and the boys the the reasoning behind pushing it on boys as well. Even though it was only tested for cervical cancer. And boy than men, obviously don't have services. The reason is twofold, they like to say that it will prevent other types of genital cancers in men, although there's not much proof for that the clinical trials weren't about that in general, and they also want to say that. Well, if we give it to men to will eradicate these viruses from the population, it'll go towards hurt and unity source, but like you said there's over two hundred of these viruses. So if we take out the ones today that we know are linked to cancers what's gonna fill in the void. What's going to fill in the vacuum? It may be something even more deadly. Absolutely. Dow in terms of the vaccine what company or companies are behind making them. So there are two main companies Merck and GlaxoSmithKline two of the. Biggest vaccine manufacturers in the world Glaxo's based in the UK in England Merck is based here in the US right now the US market is completely controlled by Merck. Although Glaxo's started selling its product it left the US market because Mark was so far ahead more or less different countries have sort of choose chosen one or the other the vacc- of the vaccines Merck is way ahead, and it's global marketing, the the Gardasil vaccines, and there's two different varieties of them. They're garnering almost two point five billion dollars a year right now new revenue. Yes for gosh. Point five billion dollars a year. So this is a blockbuster for them. This is really a lot of money. But the what we fear that these injuries were happening even in the clinical trials and one of the really important things to point out, George, which we talk about at length in the book at HP vaccine on trial. If it's never yet twelve years out on the market. It's never been proven to prevent a single case of cervical or other cancer, not one. So one of the tricks that they played in the clinical trials was to get it approved for what are called surrogate end points. So because it takes so long to develop cervical cancer. They said, okay. Well, we'll just look at these cervical lesions. Well, look at these sort of, you know, abnormal growth in the cervix. And we'll pretend like that's cancer. And if we can prevent those abnormal growth, then we'll just assume that it's going to prevent cancer. Well, when you really look at that, as we did, you know in researching the book that is not a good surrogate. Right. So most of the ninety percent of the early stages of these lesions disappear on their own fifty percent of the next one's disappear on their own and even thirty to fifty percent of the cervical the three the lesions at the third stage regress on their own. So it's just a huge leap to say that this is going to prevent cervical cancer. And. Actually in the real world circumstances because the way they market it has been so aggressive, and they basically are telling girls once you get the vaccine you can forget about cervical cancer, girls and women aren't going for screening anymore. Screening prevents cervical cancer. Something picked up at an early stage. It can be taken care of it can be treated so now girls and women under this false impression that they're prevented from getting cancer for life. They're not going for screening as much thirty six years ago, Mary and my corporate world where I did some marketing and public relations for some companies. I've worked with Anheuser Busch here at Saint Louis good company. They've since been bought out by inbev another big Belgian company, but they always used to say to increase revenue, you know, they had their their Budweiser brands and their Mickle O'Brien's, and they had their different beers. But to increase market share. They always needed to come out with a new beer a new product. Aren't they doing the same thing with these vaccines? You bet. So so for Mark they came out first with Gardasil, which has four different types of HP viruses in it two of which are known to cause cancer societas with cancer and two of them are associated with genital warts. So that was their first version, but then they're new and improved version is guarded fell nine and in the US today, we can only by Gardasil nine Gardasil has been phased out of the market and Gardasil nine was basically brought in on the in terms of clinical trials on the coattails of Gardasil. They no longer had to do the big studies. They didn't even have to get a special committee assemble they says oh guards was good enough for the FDA and the CDC Gardasil nine must be better. So you're exactly right. And who knows whether we're going to have Gardasil fifteen and Gardasil twenty one. And so on down the road are there some doctors who would say listening to this program tonight. You folks are being irresponsible get the vaccine would they? Oh, absolutely. So the American, you know, the centers. Disease control and prevention, the food and Drug administration, the World Health Organization, the association of gynecologists and obstetricians all of those medical groups are absolutely one hundred percent behind the vaccine. But the irony George is. I don't think many of those people have delved into the clinical trial information. Did we're not physicians were not scientists. We're not telling people on an individual basis what to do. But when you read the six hundred page FDA report, as we read really carefully, we see these fundamental problems. There was no placebo in the clinical trials, George. They never tested the vaccine in twenty thousand subjects they never tested it against an inert saline placebo sugar pill or assault pill. They tested it against things that were actually themselves active and most of which are known potentially cause harm. So these were not real experiments. These were sort of PR extra. Sizes and any doctor who really looks at that. I think we'll come to the same conclusion that we do that. This was not properly tested. Not like all the drugs that actually are properly tested that do come on. And even some of those are properly tested. Exactly. And and so there's more to tell that story to there's some really important differences between drugs and vaccines. So vaccines first of all they don't have to go through the same level of rigorous testing. They don't have to have a placebo. They don't have to be double blind randomized trials. But more importantly, you can't sue if the federal government has recommended the vaccine I can't go out if I have an an injury from Gardasil, and in the first instance, Mark it's illegal because of a lot of congress passed in nineteen eighty six I have to go to a compensation program in Washington DC, which has many many restrictions. And if.

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"center disease control" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"center disease control" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"You shouldn't that was an easy one. It's tough. It's tough. I'm trying to listen to John today than I usually do. So some spicy names are on the list as well saffron up. Thirty one percent, Rosemary. This. Tom petty. John gets it. All right. What he's not alive anymore bonus. Thank you. Yes. No question. We always dead up. Fifteen percent. This next door. No, he said, they essay salons kids namesake using rocky five because he wouldn't recognize any other actors as his son. This story actually has stuck with me. And I was gonna talk about it last week. But didn't get to a new study is out there. Gaga Johndroe dot com. This is actually this is no funny business here. A recent test came out of the antibiotics in fast food burgers. Twenty two. It works because we're beginning the song. Out of twenty-five fast food establishments twenty two received asked grades when it came to the antibiotics they put into the meat off of the only receiving as shake shack and burger fi. Here's the crazy statistic. Though. Twenty three thousands from the center disease control twenty three thousand people a year die because their immune to antibiotics that could have saved their lives because there's so much antibiotics in the heavens, by the way. George W Bush gave Michelle Obama amid today like his dad used to do. To like pass that tradition down. And then MRs Bush gave a man. To give to Barack Obama or swinging tonight. So those such as there are many many touching moments in the Bush funeral that was my personal favorite. I loved seeing Barack and even.

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"center disease control" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"center disease control" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"But as you get into the to the city of New Orleans didn't want to really focus on that so much. I wanted to explore the notion that violence is public health threat that it transmits itself like virus that that it's behavioral pattern that develops over time, not just because of personal choices, but because it conditions people live in. And so I just simply wanted to save kids lives. It was really clear. My mission was to protect the city, but most importantly, I wanted to protect the most vulnerable and the kids were most at risk in my city in our wonderful city was young African American men, and I spent eight years really working on a now. We got the murder rate down to its lowest. It's been since nineteen seventy. However, I mean, I just wanna quickly say this, that number is still stratospheric too high and in cities in America in Baltimore and Chicago, even in some neighborhoods in New York who miraculously reduced the murder rate dramatically. You have young men that are being killed at at numbers that are just not. Acceptable. I have a, I have a a an aggressively, negative feeling about Congress's prohibition of the federal government doing research on gun violence. Yeah, that's just not. That would be like saying, well, whoever did it, but it would be the equivalent of saying, Ebola's coming over here, which would you did and we're not going to look at this. We're not going to understand your point out that the the CDC the center disease control is prohibited from studying, even though right gun deaths are arrack major cause of the country in in in this country. It is common practice when there is a problem to identify the problem to study the problem to find a solution. That's really simple when somebody says there's a problem, but I don't care about it. So we're not going to study and I don't care if this solution. I mean, that's just, you know, not not good and on the issue violence, like on the issue. Of opioids, and on the issue of suicide. There are things that we can know and in my life without being cute about this, if there's something you should know, you should know it. You should figure it out. If if you had a child that had cancer, you wouldn't want somebody to come to you and say, no, I'm sorry. The CDC prohibited from doing research on what my cure your child's illness that's not smart for a country that that wants to be doing some courage, ING projects like cafe, reconcile all over this country Coron and programs Kereta bubbling up from the communities that have the potential to give hope and opportunity to correct who don't have it. Well, let me give you. Let me give you just a couple of examples. It is true. It will let me let me start off with the hard stuff. It is not true that guns don't kill people. Guns do kill people, and people use guns to kill people so that we need to speak the truth, but it's not just guns. It is in fact people using guns appropriately. So you ask yourself a wise that happening. What else can we do? Well, first of all, education's really important, early childhood education, the brain development from zero to three. A lot of these young kids who are growing up in difficult circumstances, the environment is important. The lack of jobs is important. Housing is important. Workforce training is important. Treat teaching reconciliation to kids early on all of these things that surround the notion that violence is not just a public safety. Threat of public health are important, which gets you to really kind of your approach on life. You can be as tough as you want on dealing with the problem, but you have to be smart to you can be tough on the problem and soft on the people and still get to a really good constructive place where everybody is working towards a common goal, but you have to seek and find common ground if it's not hard for me as a guy that talks pretty good to go into the community and completely disrupted. But by scaring you and saying that guy over this coming to get you so we'll know him the, but he changed his mind. He's really coming again, all of a sudden through attends the hot. They're into it and you're starting to fight rather than than solving a fight..

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"center disease control" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"center disease control" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"They get the game but four minutes before the game ended proposed on the kiss cam and i almost any said you should mean how does that i'm done to shoot me why why live i don't want to live anywhere to then the best bars he didn't get is needed kyle i leaned over a little bit right you in the spring so sense that happened the hawks so that it that i was not set an ace papi some playoff earn then they signed dwight howard no doubt no doubt that happened like things giving oh yes could up dan now but i'm so since get you may get added yeah got yes hawks half the some player from but then they bring to wade howard home which is fun on paper hadn't the keys infected team yet the braves i think it may be is maybe he got the and about it is a and made him out he is did the center disease control i mean if anything given the latter of the cbc is like he hasn't done you know he was as i saw you're a semi read tweet about dwight being for at the top of the see campy should game yeah but has bad their pass him you did as babock dwight howard when it went when they're on the sidelines i i like the idea of crossed team support even with guy and i was with with millions trees i like crossed team supported so this is not a jail he'll make got somehow like the first person ever get.

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"center disease control" Discussed on Dark Matter Digital

Dark Matter Digital

02:27 min | 4 years ago

"center disease control" Discussed on Dark Matter Digital

"Back into yeah it's it so much earned with your earlier but what happened in nineteen seventy four of this you know fuller collided i wish an airplane yeah that what happened there was she combo ahead stopped but it is expect a playing in the soldiers were laying on the ground so there were a say and then media response from outta fourth lynch where they sent a helicopter in your retrieve the saucer because that's what they were interested is there if they had the saucer under surveillance ever since just so from other offer mexico going into next and they're space so what happened was in another was that big did you also a girl they holder cross the border and then from tear they were cedar take into right our should airforce base for what we believe it might it didn't take into center disease control yeah a dc because of the relapse ever bare cause the fact that the soldiers died you're speculation that set that might have been expose system short of virus could've been radiation where or whatever how many soldiers do you know well the weekend don't have a natural can out we only have an estimate that he could be in more than twenty what twenty soldiers i was thinking two or three where we are going to twenty look about this case called next bulls ross well now we're actually britain diversion so that we actually have a separate broke all the coming out incident where we actually now i have some testimony from witnesses to remember shane this she says he's explosion across in puerto now from chihuahua there's just happened about forty miles from the city of our the city main proceed he have actually it's about forty miles where were there and you know folk crush out occurred so weeks but no you know and that's a roller college we've traveled there you know on several occasions spoke with people and it's a hot better of effect if he still well yeah the fact that we wrote a book about this case shame.

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