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"The rain when she noticed a parade of newt's risking their lives to cross a small country road and reach the lake on the other side she knew then that their survival was up to her if you touch something you have a connection and you don't want that beautiful little creature to be run over by some stupid car here the story on nocturne where every listen to podcasts this is press play on KCRW I'm Alan brand grocery store workers are essential employees so what happens if they get sick workers at at least four area grocery stores have the novel coronavirus and that includes an employee at the Costco in marina del Rey one of eight cosco's across the nation where workers have tested positive meanwhile Amazon workers on Staten Island are protesting the lack of safe conditions there as our Instacart workers and whole foods workers are planning a nationwide sick out tomorrow in protest joining us to talk about this is Brianna sacks she's a reporter with buzzfeed news she's been reporting on cosco hi Brianna Hey how are you great thanks and also joining us Natasha too cute she's a tech culture reporter for The Washington Post hi there Hey thanks for having me have you Brianna let's begin with you we're starting to see as I just mentioned local cases but this is a national problem with cosco what's happening nationwide with cosco yeah so we've been hearing from scores of workers for the past few weeks that they have just been in unprecedented territory trying to deal with this you know hordes and hordes of customers who are coming in in mass and time like date just you know recently started limiting the number of people who are coming in but I've heard from some employees at other locations saying that social distancing policy is still lacks and they don't have gloves and you know their co workers are testing positive and they're not really finding out about it until a later on the way the company is is informing people for the most part when I've heard is there posting letters in the break room you know but if you don't go in the break room you you might miss that and and you know they're wanting management to be a little bit more up front with with how they're telling employees about that right and then what happens when an employee does test positive if they do it do a deep clean do they shut down the warehouse where they do all right so it's that's a big question I it sounds like it's kind of different I think this is the issue for stores at a broad scale per location I heard at the marina del Rey wind that I live like right by actually from three employees there that them after the employee tested positive they cleaned but only three areas of the stores and so the the stores at the the biggest complaint is why not just shut down and deep clean the whole store for like a day which Kelsen's apparently dead after an employee there tested positive you know they just closed it and it costs going police are asking you know if where there were houses can can do the same thing yeah and so they're not telling customers either right if an employee tests positive they are not telling customers now you know and that's another issue for employees when they see these seniors coming and you know like a lot of people across the the country clubs are are scarce you know so that stores don't have that sexy glass sneeze at blockers at all locations and so you know they're handling and product and and people in in close proximity and you know people are the workers are are testing positive and the public doesn't really know about it and that you know they see they feel badly about that over to you Natasha let's talk about the delivery drivers because Instacart drivers are protesting Amazon also in the warehouse there and on St island they're staging a protest what are they protesting what do they want sure so D. Instacart workers are you know having a national strike in what they were asking for was on you know kind of simple protections hand sanitizer disinfectant they also ask for hazard pay at five dollars per order anyone in the default tip setting to be at ten percent right now it's at five percent although some workers have told me sometimes that goes down to two percent or zero and you know much like that that Costco workers they are in and out of these grocery stores and putting themselves at risk and they say that you know this could put their customers at risk as well the other thing you're asking for the Instacart workers is an extension code nineteen benefits that a lot of the gig worker companies have started to offer I like so it sort of says like if you have a doctor's note for pre existing I mean sorry if you have a doctor's note for being diagnosed or a state or local official quarantine then they will let you you know take off would pay for a couple weeks but that's not really a possible you know kind of standard for even people who are suffering to meet right now with that with the hospitals being the way they are in the fact that the orders have been more sheltered placed in quarantine in the Amazon workers are asking for you know kind of similar similar things and then also whole foods as well write a subsidiary of Amazon they're staging this nation wide sick out tomorrow what are they asking for so there ask is a little bit higher and one case they want hazard pay double their current hourly wages and they want paid leave for workers to stay home or self quarantine free corona virus testing for all employees and whole foods and Instacart have made little changes in the past few weeks but you know workers are kind of in an unprecedented situation right now where they have real leverage I mean you know the thing that makes staying untenable for most of us for is to outsource the rest to these grocery store workers and warehouse workers so it's it's notable to see them I'm trying to leverage the power that they have right so I guess we're all wondering well what happens if this becomes a nationwide thing Amazon sets down Instacart shuts down that'll be a big problem for a lot of people yes but you know what's interesting is so Instacart demand has surged as you can imagine and and they said earlier this month that they're going to try to hire three hundred thousand people and they only have two hundred thousand workers right now so there is also the chance that they can bring in people who are so desperate you know and have been laid off from their job or for load in some way you know to bring new people and which doesn't change the rest to them it doesn't change the rest to their customers but you know could potentially be a way to get more bodies in the job yeah Brianna is this good business practice just when you think about it from a larger perspective customers want to be assured that they are not going into a store Costco or any other store where there are potentially sick workers so why don't these companies do more to try to protect their workers and the customer I mean I'm sure it's a fear of losing profit at least that's what they're in employees believe in like you would think that you know they would want to get out ahead of it and announce and make you know a show of shutting down in in deep the sanitizing but I you know I think her are you know countries response in a lot of ways to they're scrambling and a lot of these new policies and protections that they're implementing and kind of putting out there into the public is like a little too late you know that now that workers are testing steak and it remains like unknown how many grocery stores have infected employees across the country like I you know cost goes I've getting Twitter DM's from people and it's just sending me letters that are posted their break room so there's just not really a a national or even really a state tracking of the spin up the stores and the employees who are testing positive for cocaine nineteen I think that's like that the difficult part is we don't really know how wide scale this is and what stores are are doing when they do report a positive case well so there's no nationwide tracking so we really have no idea if write and read in any of these grocery stores right and I'll also I think what's tough when I was trying to find answers you know it's very specific to regions so you know there's no like federal or state protocol for stores with infected employees and the FDA will say you know okay quarantine the employee and like maintain confidential alley of that that person at but then refers to the center of disease control for guidance in the center disease control will say well you know follow the protocols set by local and state health departments so there's not really any you know widespread it mandate on on what to do when the store has an infected person Brianna sacks is a reporter for buzzfeed news Natasha T. K. tech culture reporter for The Washington Post thank you both so much yeah I think you'll stay safe coming up experts predicted the United States would face a pandemic like best buds our failure to develop an adequate diagnostic tests for the virus in time that is something that even the most pessimistic experts I spoke to did not see coming what they say now about how we're going to defeat this virus next on press play I'm doctor Michael Wilkes professor of medicine at the university of California Davis right now life in California is undergoing some big changes were being asked to stay home and stay away from friends and loved ones to help limit the spread of coronavirus these restrictions might feel extreme but when it comes to public health the effort won't work unless it's a collective one while we are apart P. C. or W. brings us together with the latest.
"centers disease control" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"We're going to get through this I just don't know when it's going to and I don't think anybody knows when it's going to end Dr Anthony Fauci who's really at an extraordinary individual and from the centers disease control I really he's been sort of a reassuring presence at those news conferences with the present fascinating stuff the you see the president say well I think this drug is really going to work or whatever would that it would work but but found she says you know well I don't know about that and he's he's sort of you feel like you can trust really trust what he's saying and and he says that I it's not clear it's gonna be at least a month or two before this even begins to wrap up which is something that is not easy what how does that sit with you my wonderful producers lot of branded shots a couple months of this can you handle it no ma'am no yes you can't because you manage everything else no yes ma'am are you are a super woman you are a no worry Sir you are a comic you've done all these no ma'am you can I can't is Mike the teachers a call in and I'm and they're checking on the key is someone who's checking all may not have to be checking out a house well the key is I'm the one I don't need to be checked on their five day even as at a house and home all the stuff that we were able to find a cosco is gone you know I had to wake up early this morning and and get more supplies and more Berita more toilet paper whatever we could find and restock and then it's all day and it's not even like it's all day and we've got some things to do or an agenda we're stuck in the house right you know because I've got two kids with a compromised immune system and now on top of all that you want me to start home schooling yeah you don't need that you know and and this is the thing is made they need to start being honest with us you know they say schools going to be out two weeks but then on the back in you know they call and say Hey do you guys have devices do we need to provide devices I'm like for what you know just tell me school was gonna be taken internally I I I think I I don't think that's realistic and I think you know it's a lot I've been to the news conferences with the health department and the governor and I know that the school it's March twenty seventh I believe that's what that's what they tell us and you know where he's made it very clear and and these indeed there is sort of these news conferences every day at two o'clock with the governor and all the commissioners and the governor has made it very clear that this is something he was expected to probably have to re re up and I don't think he was asked that question on Friday but eight things have gotten so much worse so quickly yes that I think they're going to have to and and if they're calling me saying and you know check in on the devices for all the children know what kind of wifi service we have I'm like okay so this lets me know that John now the school is not gonna start back in two weeks we're getting ready for distance learning and that's going to put a lot of responsibility on the parents I'm not saying we can't educate Araki is but some of us it is not wired is set up for that right well I I D. I couldn't even begin to deal with that especially with with you know with younger children there's just no way I I I I I've never I've always sort of been in all of those people that do have a home school I'm just not that organized I don't I'm not that patient I'm not that patient I love my children to you know I love them so much but oh my god anyway if the girl look I have ordered every day is new movie that is available and thank the lord Disney is actually putting their movies that are in theaters on this the service on the streaming service you can order or buy them so we saw a movie on word Disney Pixar movie a couple of weeks ago before all the restrictions and we were able to purchase it today so they gave me three hours yeah you know every hole I was Jesus I get the bag and brush my teeth oh my goodness my goodness well listen we do have to take a nother break and then we'll give you some weather then we come back we're gonna be joined our for press or David Scholes we're talk politics in the eight o'clock hour but he is a partner in a restaurant St Paul odd and they've been trying to help feed kids are and they are going through a little go fund me because they they need some help it's it's it's a really cool restaurant run by a wonderful Mong woman now it's she's the egg roll queen it's it's a long story but you know you I've talked to David shows here for so many years this is kind of a side thing that he does and it's a great stories will hear more about that but first let's take a break your C. news talk eight threo WCCO summers come in on one or two.
"centers 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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"centers 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.
"centers disease control" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond
"World this makes everybody flip out because CNN Fox News telling you all this is possibly a world ending global pandemic and then they come out and say that it's a guarantee P that gee I wonder why stores are being emptied out. I wonder if that benefits in particular ways the economy. There's a lot of things that this is driving but they are absolutely spreading panic unnecessarily now of course there are people out there that are gonNa hate that just because that aligns with what trump is saying about them but Gaydos pull yourself out of this two party manipulation stop looking at one side is saying that the other and just look at the evidence and the facts and recognized that regardless of what party you saying what because it achieves their momentary goals. Sometimes they say what's correct just because it does align with their goals and yes right now I agree. They are spreading panic now. Meanwhile there are fifteen million cases of influenza in the United States. Fifteen million now as we go throughout of these point before I get through the stay with us. Because there's a lot we're going to get into including the five G. discussion including a lot of these things the nuance though the way that they're going to be using this potentially but it's important to understand this stuff that we have fifteen million cases of influence in the United States fifteen million millions of deaths around the world and this is something that we have to consider when you're balancing this now there isn't clear campaign coming out saying stop comparing those of flu. Why would you not compare it to something? That's relevant? We can argue the semantic differences. One has a higher or lower death rate. You know the the the the are not rate people say ro incorrectly if the are not rate which is how it spreads how quickly and the top the how many times spreads to people from one person kind of idea. The idea is that this is a very good analogy between the two. Now apparently sixty four cases in the United States. That's what they're claiming that's not death. That's kit confirm cases. Now says the latest flu surveillance. Flu Views gives me surveillance from the US Centers Disease Control and Prevention? You know the CDC. The same group has been caught lying about any number of things like this more times than I can count whether it's vaccines or numbers or you know just the fact that they stand to profit wildly from the cell vaccines that shouldn't play a factor but the CDC report that as of January eighteenth there have been fifteen million cases of flu. One thousand four hundred forty thousand hospitalizations and eight thousand two hundred deaths mean. That's you know. That's that's as of January eighteenth in the United States. Let that sink in right. Talk about pandemics. I mean this. Why would we be more concerned about this? When it's obvious that there's more deaths I mean not. The argument will be again at this. You know give it. Give it six months. Maybe the corona virus will be far. But that's not the point where we're not. We're not dealing with hypotheticals. We're talking about the death rate as it is and how it's spreading and this is kind of can see that they're blowing this out of proportion as it stands now there's certain levels of concern and precaution are obviously necessary but there's times when the main the same as remedial downplay concerns because act like other people like them. Independent media are fearmongering. When in fact all we're trying to do is bring the truth whereas now we have them trying to fear monger around things that are not as serious as they're making to be there. Always the liars in this case now is data on this. It says the World Health Organization on the twenty eighth this year said that eighty three thousand six hundred and fifty two confirmed cases of covert nineteen of which seventy eight thousand eight hundred sixty one or in China quite a bit outside of China. There are four thousand six hundred ninety one cases according to again. World Health Organization. Understand that we already found that the tests aren't working properly that they were testing with just simply. Scans of the chest for pneumonia. All these different things. These numbers are not best not definitive. In my opinion now the World Health Organization is also reported two thousand seven hundred ninety one deaths of which only sixty seven have occurred outside of China sixty seven. They confirmed that the pandemic is of course largely limited to China. I mean this is some this would be obviously an incredibly relevant point but this is actively being omitted from mainstream coverage now moreover says recent data suggests that the epidemic and China's firmly under control which is unless China is absolutely lying which is completely possible and again with the World Health Organization agreeing that China's correct and they could also be lying but that being said it seems pretty clear that China is on the decline that their numbers are going down. The increased cases per day are going down. There are cases but it's continuing to decline showing you that what they're doing to some degree is effective now. China's National Health Commission reported that thirty six point one five seven patients were designated as cured. Excuse mammoth probably meant to be a comma and disturbed from hospitals confirm that people have received treatment and are recovering from the virus infection. Which is by the way a vast proportion of the people that get infected right to me that that should be another thing that you think you would hear regularly that is most people. Don't even come close to dying so don't be so concerned not happening now. Since the population of the world seven point eight billion seven point eight billion people the population of China one point four the world population minus China. Six point four four thousand six hundred ninety one cases sixty seven deaths as outside of China out of a population of six point. Four billion. And yes I know. The argument is that people are actively doing things to slow it down spreading and the last this is still based on the actual rate of death and the numbers that we have that does not constitute a pandemic right that. That's point zero zero zero zero seven three percent sixty seven cases sixty four cases in the US. Which has a population of three hundred? Thirty million is not a panic room. We have. We have states right now. Declaring emergencies shutting down borders now. Obviously this is playing a huge factor on the you know racism in and of itself but just general sentiment towards China. Now this is very important understand because this were getting into a lot more about the the economic side effects and whether or not this was a deliberate attack on China. Even if we're not talking about a bioweapon simply choosing to take charge of the moment you know never letting crisis go to waste and using this to attack. China's economy because we can clearly see this benefit for the United States a deliberate campaign against China was launched a wave of racism. Racist sentiment against Chinese is ongoing largely led by the Western media. Now this Registan again. This is where the whole bat soup sentiment came from. We know that's not true. Now that's been clearly shown and yet still to this point we have the media perpetuating that lie because that is used to make. It seem like there we're discussing culture is what caused it all right. That's what this is the same same sentiment. I mean the moment you can make it about their weird cultural differences. That's when you can discuss into the bird flu swine flu and all the things that are dealing with us. Because they're just gross right. That's what they're trying to sell people and usually aimed at the lowest common denominator. The people that are already have kind of racist sentiments. And just don't like anybody different. That's what they're gonNA do and they're gonNA look at them and say gross they're different. They're gross. That's what that's what the problem is and think about that. When you understand that you know the swine flu and the bird flu and all these things are also shown to be bio weapons that were manufactured in intentionally released. Just like we're talking about now at least in my opinion but this is not just my opinion. All these past cases have been discussed by people like Dr Boil. People you know. Thousands of garages and scientists around the world on multiple continents. All agreeing that this is absolutely. We're staring at so it'd be easy to be like well. They're just different than gross right. That explains it all. It's kind of as simple as saying well. All those bad guys are just maniacs with no dislike to use chemical weapons. You don't need to make sense of it right. Always how these things go now says the. Us strategies consist in using Kobe. Nineteen to isolate China again. This is whether or not it's a bioweapon right. You could argue that it was used in. That sense made us that way or just that they're using it now after the fact whether or not it was a bio weapon despite the fact that the. Us economy is heavily. Dependent upon Chinese imports. Now says the short term disruption of Chinese economy is largely attributable to the closing down of the channels and trade of transportation which you can clearly see has been obvious immediate effect now says you. White House is considering freezing all flights from the US and China. Now remember this happened when the world the World Health Organization basically argued not to shut these things down the beginning in the White House anyway and you could argue that a lot of these moves from the United States have caused a lot of the kind of spreading panic despite what trump would say the actions of the government itself the US government have been clear now. It's a spirited by media disinformation. There's another dimension panic in the Stock. Market'S THE CROW. Virus fear has triggered the drop in the financial markets worldwide. Right and this is where I play that back and forth about okay. So it's clear that there are some effects happening on the United States government and the people therein but understand if they were aware this was going to happen. Insiders wouldn't be affected sort of the same way that most of the insiders really actually made money two thousand eight as opposed to losing it like the people that didn't know what was happening right seeing how they all knew it was coming. They all the shorted everything. And whatever whatever. They claim they made a bunch of money right. We've all seen it right. This is this is the history you can see how this would play the same way. Oh well this is going to affect the stock market because we depend on China for a lot of things in the world economy in general. So we'RE GONNA WE'RE GONNA make a lot of money in the case nonetheless you can see that it is affecting the United States to some degree. Now it says gets into the idea of event to one in the history of this and how. It's clear that this was planned in the sense that this could happen right. But the every single moment every single part of the vent to a one which was basically an organized exercise for Corona virus outbreak. How they would plant deal with it martial law rate down to everything that we're dealing with including using the same name which I think is absolutely laugh out loud ridiculous. So you're telling me that in this exercise six weeks before this happened they used n Desai end co CEO V. Two thousand nine hundred nine. They used covy nineteen as well. This is six weeks before it happened. I guess they just chose to use the same terms that makes sense. There's far too much going on here. That should make you concerned. And then we get into the concept of the World Health Organization which is involved from that moment on and while before the people involved in this have a long history of lying covering up epidemics. I mean. Look this is the New York Times covering this. This is back. Obviously they wouldn't cover this right in the moment because they know that they can't bite the hand that feeds them. They do it when they're allowed to..
"centers 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.
"centers disease control" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Of tonight with Joe Caccia and lease wheel. That's right. She is signed a resolution to impeach the president. She doesn't have any thirty to do. I mean, she she anyone can find guests. But he has he has no authority to bring articles of impeachment. It that way. She runs for president one day. I yes, it can't happen for at least six years. Yeah. But that ego. I just don't even want to think six years for that. I don't even want to go there in my head. Don't blame 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. Yeah. If the weather's this robot newscaster in Russia unsettling TV viewers because yeah, I would be completely and totally unsettled by that sort of thing too, right? You got to hear a robot? Like, for instance, on thinking like, let's say, I don't know there was robot. Lease. Pro. I kind of like are better. I gotta be honest with you. All right to the point. You know, is there a controversy? President from Trevor the producer Meteo robot lease boy, and she smells terrific, like, cinnamon tear, ever, your Trump. And when we come back lease so much to talk about including the New York City population. Dropping precipitously that's next on seven ten W O R, get.
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.
"centers disease control" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Terry donations. And so it's the city it's a beautiful piece of work. This memorial is about two hundred feet from where the first responders died. West mayor Tommy mashed up with expected rain ceremonies may be held at west high school tomorrow morning turns out if you're suffering from the flu right now. It's not as unusual as you might normally think this late in the season. According to the centers. Disease control. This loose season is now tied as the longest in the last five years at twenty weeks for comparison. The last five averaged sixteen weeks since last October the CDC estimates. There have been hundreds of thousands of flu hospitalizations. And at least thirty four point nine million flu illnesses or spun it Kristen Holmes again. A slight chance of showers or storms overnight quickly boost to one hundred percent chance tomorrow with a high near sixty overnight low about fifty five sixty two now at DFW international airport at the WB news desk. I'm Kimberly James next news update, twelve o'clock. Twenty four seven coverage at WB a p dot com. When you're away from the radio and listen on the tuneup wherever you want. In just one moment. We're going to get into Trump.
"centers 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. I stay asleep longer works and best thing I ever did to get more sleep in my life. Well, now they've done it again at my pillow..
"centers disease control" Discussed on WWL
"Of equitable communities, where all individuals are healthy educated and economically stable and on this show or covering the programs collaborations initiatives, volunteerism and advocacy efforts all aimed at a radical poverty in southeast Louisiana. Now joining me on today's program, we have partner presentative from the trauma informed schools collaboration. We have Paulette Carter of the children's bureau of New Orleans president and CEO. Thanks so much for joining us, Paul up. Thanks for having me. And Dr Denise Shervington of the institute of women in ethic studies or I west for folks that are familiar, founder and CEO. So thanks again for joining us, Dr Shervington thank. You so folks will start according to the national child traumatic stress network trauma occurs. When a child experiences and intense event that threatens our causes harm to his or her emotional and physical wellbeing are trauma can be the result of exposure to a natural disaster a hurricane or a flood. And we know that all too well in southeast Louisiana, or of course, by witnessing or being a victim of violence injury or physical sexual abuse. So sadly, we'll just start it off your with this data point nationally about one in every four children were experienced, but traumatic event before the age of sixteen. So before we discuss this affects of the collaboration and the work that's going on. Let's start off here and lay a baseline of understanding for our listeners. I don't know whoever wants to take this. I go right off ahead. But tells warriors are commanded community stand in respect to the level of trauma that our children are experiencing. I can talk to that some since twenty ten by organization. Has been collected data on trauma exposures for young people here in the city young people who are attending the public charter schools, we've of sample of about four thousand young people over the years that we have data on. And what we see is that many of the young people between the ages of eleven and eighteen they're endorsing symptoms of post traumatic stress disorder and depression at about two to three times the national rate that equals what we see in vets who are returning from Iraq and Afghanistan. Yeah. I mean, I think the children's bureau of New Orleans, so we provide the mental health treatment. I'll probably about eighty five percent of the the kids that come into our service whether the coming for this or not endorse some exposure to trauma, and I think what we're also seeing is that it's multiple traumas. So probably about sixty percent of the kids that were working with children's bureau can name identify four or more types of trauma exposure, so not just one. So what we're seeing is trauma on top of trauma on top of trauma, and that doesn't also speak to the community level trauma. So you know racism oppression, poverty, right? All of those those certain this is the circumstances certainly have an impact as well. Of course. I think we'll take a moment. I'm here later. We'll break down some of those other pieces that you just outlined, but for the purpose of this show since we're talking about United way, and for folks who are familiar United ways mission is to radically poverty in southeast Louisiana. So what role? Does poverty play in a child is likely to be affected by drama. It plays a Cigna significant role and not only in the child's life. But the parents and the family, and sometimes we forget that we also know and the research is showing that that stress hormones can be transmitted from mother to her child. So then there is that intergenerational transmission at the biologic level. So I think we know what poverty does it destroys community. People lose their sense of agency and their ability to advocate for what they need. They're basically at the survival level. And so we know that poverty, especially in the context of inequities can create a lot of toxic stress in the lives of children and their families. And if you're not familiar it's about nineteen percent of our families, and neighbors and individuals. In southeast Louisiana live in poverty. But on top of that we have an additional over twenty percent that lives paycheck to paycheck and struggles to survive. So you really looking at about one in two households that are struggling, and I don't have enough to make ends meet. And so certainly we know that that that's traumatic in and of itself. Paulette you brought up the topic of race. I mean, we know that that's another significant factor in the child's likelihood to be affected by trauma. Absolutely. So that that's sort of in the racism, the the inequities that exist in the community, certainly have an impact on on that family and their ability to access resources their access to quality education to all of those things that we know build resilience. It has an impact on community community is so important in in contributing to a family in a child's resilience. And if if you're living in poverty, if experiencing racism that's hard to feel like you're living in a thriving community, and it's hard to really pull from the supports in the community because of that. So let's take the next step then and talk about the effects of trauma on children. What are some of the both? We see not only physical, but emotional what are some of those effects as we break them down. Absolutely. So we know certainly trauma has an impact. Tacked onto the way a child develops it. It can change brain architecture. It has an impact on the developing brain again a child who's exposed to trauma. They adapt and ways to help them survive. And so they do exactly what they're supposed to do which is to adapt to their environment. But that may not that may not that may translate into behavior problems, or or you know, a disconnect between what the teacher expects of them. And and how they behave. So a kid who's been exposed to trauma. They're you know, they're hyper vigilant, you know, they're they're looking over their shoulder. They may they're going to interpret threats when you know in a different way or interpret circumstances that might be threatening. And so they're going to be in that sort of fight or fight flight load. So they're either gonna fight are they gonna you know, they're gonna run and that doesn't always translate well in the systems. In which they said, you know, they they they reside throughout the day. So sitting in a classroom, you know, kid who's sitting behind you pulling on your hair for somebody who hasn't been exposed to trauma. You can manage that say, you know, blow it off course for a kid who has been you know, has lots of Tom exposure. And isn't that fight or flight where their threat response system is very active? They might interpret that as a threat. So their response is going to be to fight, you know, or run and again that then does not translate. Well. And so does environments where we expect people, you know, kids to sit still to behave in a certain way, but they've done exactly what they're supposed to do which is to to sort of adapt to the to their to their environment. Getting as we talk about school age children, certainly this affects younger children as well. And Dr Shervington you made an interesting point about a mother's ability to pass on these stressors toward child are these affects. I mean, certainly as you reach school age four or five years old, but we can see them earlier and possibly. Even in the womb. Totally. There's studies that have looked at some of the women who were pregnant during nine eleven. And I've seen that they have transmitted the hormones. At an elevated level to their offspring. And I think, you know, in addition to the physical by level what we are calling the biologic things that happen. If we have a family, we're there on a lot of exposure to trauma. It can impact the mother's ability to cure T ability to attach in a nurturing and positive way to her children and without a secure attachment, it really impacts one's ability to be resilient and in my work here in New Orleans. I've had to step back from just what is the traditional trauma work to look to go even deeper into attachment work that unless we can repair that for child sometimes it's really more difficult for them to respond to the traditional cognitive behavioral therapies that. We use in trauma and politics. See you shaking your head. I mean, obviously. Yeah. I mean, I think again, I think it's the the work that needs to be done is not just with the child. Right. It is the family, and we know, and I think this is as Denise discussed. I mean, we're really looking more that attachment peace and and the. I think that the that child experience of their attachment to a caregiver, you know, from a young age going up, and if they don't have they haven't had a positive experience there, then how do we how do we, you know, in our work is how do we then repair that how do we create other attachment experiences that really can help boost their resilience? But it's it's definitely family work. We can't look at this as a child by child issue. This is I think this will when we talk about the trauma informed learning collaborative for schools. Right. That, you know, it's a it is a systems level approach. We have to to look at that relationships across systems across families across the community because that's really where the work needs to get done. Right. So I mean this commerce, obviously, we know it's generational. We know it's again guy take assistance Rick approach to begin to move the needle. But as we as we continue to talk about the effects, what are some of the long term effects of. Untreated, trauma or stress on an individual as a family. So we know. And so I think there's been a lot of of conversation recently in regards to so the separation of of families from their children at the border, right? So there's been a lot of conversations about what they call aces adverse childhood experiences, which is one of the largest studies that really looked at child experiences in the impact long term. And what we know is that individuals who who have you know, you know, usually the turning points around three or four adverse Todd experiences. We know that they haven't increased risk for for health issues, diabetes, asthma cancer, heart disease. We also know that there's an increased risk for homelessness and substance abuse. And all that. So there is we've put a lot of money, you know, in to really kind of addressing issues on the back end right up downstream homeless. Incarceration, substance abuse, all of those health issues that I named. However, if we look at the data what it's telling us if we had either prevented or at least intervened early on when a child experiences adversity, then we can eliminate a lot of these sort of negative, health and social outcomes long-term. Yeah. The state appointed. I mean, you just talked about that paying on the on the back end for these for these issues pulled this from the fantastic piece that you both contributed to which is the children of central city that Noah dot com. Times-picayune put together, a wonderful partner, not only United ways, but I know your efforts as well. But a report from the center disease control and prevention estimated, the lifetime public costs for child exposed to violence abuse and neglect and does not receive adequate mental health treatment just a little over two hundred thousand dollars, which reflects the cost of healthcare welfare criminal Justice system..
"centers 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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"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.
"centers disease control" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Boston answer to Did you, ever, speak to. Gerry, dish ship estate around Rockland county executive. Ed days applauding the latest. Move by metro, north, which contracts out operation stand JT on those. Two lines metro north leadership in a recent letter to its NJIT counterparts says it wants to. Start finding NJIT for every cancelled train anywhere from eight hundred fifty. To forty two hundred dollars depending on the line and whether the trains running local or express A our financial but, not right the trains NJIT spokeswoman Nancy Snyder knows times are tough remain in regular contact with metro north and will continue to, work with them to. Minimize further impacts but she says there's still on a tight deadline, to get safety equipment installed Steve burns WCBS NewsRadio eight eighty you know, all of this commuting angst is supposed to have a goal it's the improvement called positive train control, it is an across the nation but New Jersey's been rejected for federal money to help more. Than two hundred million in grants were handed out New Jersey transit got none of, it the deadline for installing this system, is the end of the year New Jersey's lagging behind when it comes to getting the hardware in now nj transit received a two year extension until the end of twenty, twenty two complete testing and implementation but they still have to install that hardware by, the end of twenty eighteen w CBS news Time eight six the man who ran New York City's health department and later the, federal centers disease control was in court yesterday he's facing sex charges are Mike sugarman was there You want to say anything about. These charges Thomas Friedman has. Had a long career in public health wedding Largest agency in the, country to CDC with, the city's health department here last October according to a woman he groped her. At a dinner party at his house to head the crash she complained to police last month. At least house on Friday and took him away in handcuffs he faced judge Michael Yavlinsky who.
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"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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"Values. As high as one eight also we have the Saharan, dust it's made its trek across the open Atlantic thousands of miles this. Will continue to hamper us and especially those that suffer respiratory problems and then also the lack of rainfall under, high pressure air sinks clouds. Can't build up in the air compresses and, heats up it's gonna get even hotter though as as we head towards the, end of the week and into the. Weekend wish. I had better news I'm meterologist and off KRLD weather right now ninety two degrees With us eleven. Forty I'm David Rankin we're live the Mercedes Benz of, plano news center the president confirms big changes in store for Air Force. One Air Force One for a second so we want to the goal is to repaint it to redo it, now for years they wanted. To order new Air. Force One Air Force. One is to I think, most people know that airforce one is. To place and no president has been able to make the right deal. They haven't been, able to make a deal to Air. Force One is thirty years old And it shouldn't be. And so I don't even know 'cause it's a long, time to, build and we just started the process but I was able to save one point five billion dollars and order a new one for the country but if your vision, is for not no powder blue it's the it's a red white and blue plan new plane when it comes in Air. Force One which will be largely for future presidents because by. The time it gets built I, hate to, say this it's gonna be a long time it's a very complex project but by the time it gets built you have many. Presidents hopefully use it and enjoy it Boeing gave us a good, deal and, we, were able to take. That but I said I wonder. If we should use the same baby blue collar, too and we're not colors, who using take a guess Redline, blue red white, and blue Air Force One, is going. To be incredible it's going to be the top of the line the top in. The world and it's, going to be red white and blue which I think is. Appropriate Jeff glory speaking with the president about half the country is looking to drop a few pounds new. Study finds forty-nine percent of Americans tried to lose weight in the last year two. Thirds of those people who tried are considered obese sixty three percent say they wanted to do something third diets or exercise are both half those people are not looking for quick fixes they say they, go the smart way and have. Added more fruits and veggies, as well as fiber rich grains. To their meal plans more, than more women than men are actively, working to lose weight, latest numbers come from the centers Disease control find almost forty percents of Americans are considered obese and. NFL player says just call it the right place right time in New Orleans yes you've had plunged off the fourth floor of a parking garage and I witnessed video caught the moment bystanders flipped it, back over to rescue the driver Orleans Saints defensive linemen Mitchell Lavigne led the effort to rescue the man we all got. On one side and we got worn three boom we push the, vehicle over, he says the second pushy pride. A door open and he could get to the driver hugging the man so this guy this is there's no other reason for me. To be at that restaurant than for this right now police, say the man's. Expected to live Dave Cohen for CBS news New Orleans, a young landscaper grabs a weed he shouldn't have seventeen year. Old, LX Childress suffered serious burns after touching giant hog would plant while doing landscaping work in Fredericksburg Virginia. I just thought I had some sunburn and painting Went home to. Shower and I got under the hot water and it's sort of burning really bad and then, I started feeling parts of the skin peeled away. And then it got out I realized like half. My basic peel sap from the plant that's been founded Virginia Michigan a New York can. Cause burns blisters and even blindness Jim Krasula CBS news..
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"The relish areas in oklahoma are actually rule and hurt this was on tuesday fared could create drop talked about the terrible drug epidemic in two thousand fifteen more than fifty two thousand americans doubt of drug overdose scorer centers disease control attention the that is an average of one death every ten minutes in i've states one deaf every ten minutes approximate thirty three thousand these photo overdose is there to thurs a lot more from rope yards and put it prescription pain killers and hair one although they have slid a toll from nobody's the greatest a big says the chicago baltimore the devastating is most contra come straighten rule appalachian new england and the midwest see the match up we're looking at the net texas only has to little read spots on the map we have read spots all over the map i want to say they're the correlation between the ten years of colonel gestures former texas and how they're dealing with addiction than how we've been doing there's an absolute correlation when you have that many read spots in oklahoma great think about this the city of houston is what but ten times a population is the football a yeah the city if you if than and you can see the the overdose problem in houston almost non existent almost dollar just every year there's there's the light colors but the dark red colors for its worst there's one to three it was like there's a go home and oklahoma mostly in the roller as many the vic term self around get this because everybody has this stigma of what a drug on a quick luck in their head and i think there's a racial thing to a two i think a lot of people think of young but americans as having the door problem the victims show from the white middle class some bar and rule pat that is very shame the job growth but the map shows that's what the map ships the up would ever do had his routes are slows of prescription pain killer for not tonight or two thousand eleven the number of rope were progression selling into brand names like boxing bucket in are set supplied by american retail farm she's increase from seventy six million to two hundred and nineteen million as the number of painkilling pills being doled out by doctors increased so did the potency a.
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"Don't understand are awareness month because since we're talking about now times they which is about the part heart issue will be educating you on heart disease hey art awareness month and you know it's it's staggering statistic should i was pulling up this research of before we got on the show that the cbc has been reporting for years and years on heart disease and you know sadly you know we were doing better on awareness but what are we doing better on the numbers because he here according to the center disease control heart disease a leading cause of death notched dates i mean the leading cause kanter second so more than all over six hundred thousand americans lose their life of heart disease each year that's one and every forward depth in this country what i want to but in a span the term heart disease we first all types of our condition the so where the confusion blahs the most common type of heart disease is corner artery disease and we won up what educate you and all the hard to the board focus on quarter airy heart disease which and the cause a heart attack other kind of heart disease may involved evolves in the heart or the art minute pump well in close heart failure that's congestive heart failure and some of the vigil or born with that that you could disease so the big question is sure to be question are you at risk so here's the after the question everybody's at risk including children ken develop heart disease so here for the big debate as you have a group of positions that believe that way maybe substance call was built up in your heart reach when this happened yardage can their over time reducing book look so so here's the interesting point this is where we have a faction of doctors that believe in just combat in the with using the stat medication solves a problem so it's interesting that heart disease is not gone down statistically shoes return using stunts because it's not just about because told the talk about that there's so many other factors shh smoking eating up healthy diet not getting enough exercise made all increase but the risk but here's to you know here's to.