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If Waukesha Suspect Darrell Brooks Was White, Leftist Media's Take Would Be Drastically Different

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:34 min | 5 d ago

If Waukesha Suspect Darrell Brooks Was White, Leftist Media's Take Would Be Drastically Different

"Cut 12 Fox News reporting on the Christmas parade in Waukesha cut 12. Fox News alert. We are awaiting a news conference this hour from a Wisconsin children's hospital where at least 18 children are being treated following the deadly incident at a Christmas parade outside Milwaukee. 5 people were killed and more than 40 injured after an SUV tore through the crowd. Foxes told police have taken in 39 year old Daryl Brooks as a person of interest. Brooks has an extensive criminal history and we could learn more when we get an update from police later this afternoon. Extensive criminal history. If mister Brooks was white, it would be wall to wall coverage. Nonstop, focusing on his skin color. People would already have to be apologizing, in fact, all the woke pastors out there, they would already being sermons on how we need to heal our racial divide. But instead, because Daryl Brooks, the black supremacist terrorist is black, I don't really know how the media is explaining this one. They say, oh, he was fleeing the scene of a crime. It's perfectly understandable, then. You know what? Honestly, it was racist for the parade to get in the way of his getaway scheme. That was the problem. The problem is that the color guard and the marching band, how dare they? Get in the way. Of his getaway. Didn't they know that criminals need? Open roads and streets to be able to flee the scenes of a crime?

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 Gun violence claiming more lives of American teens, children

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | Last month

Gun violence claiming more lives of American teens, children

"Gun violence is been claiming the lives of more American children firearm injuries are really a health disparity issue Dr Lynsey cookies works in the emergency room at St Louis children's hospital it became something as common as things like appendicitis or broken bones experts say idleness from the pandemic easy access to guns and social media disputes that go too far share the blame for a rising number of shootings involving children and teenagers the gun violence archive says shooting deaths among young people are rising with nine hundred ninety one reported in twenty nineteen thirteen hundred and seventy five young lives lost in twenty twenty and this year is on pace to be worse with nearly eleven hundred and eighty young people killed as of this week I'm

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Can I get the flu and COVID-19 vaccines at the same time?

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | Last month

Can I get the flu and COVID-19 vaccines at the same time?

"Federal health officials are urging people to get a flu shot this year and they say yes you can combine it with a coded vaccination in the same visit flu specialist Richard Webby at Saint Jude's children's hospital is warning about a possible twin dem ich covert nineteen in the flu circulating at the same time this fall he says it's perfectly safe to get both shots at once saying doctors give multiple inoculations all the time centers for disease control director Dr Rochelle Polinsky please do your part to ensure that everyone is best protected against flu she says because last year people were mostly isolated and wearing masks they are concerned reduced population level immunity to the seasonal flu could place us at risk for a potentially severe flu season this year Jackie Quinn Washington

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Inspiration4 Crew Returns to Earth After Historic Flight

NBC Nightly News

01:50 min | 2 months ago

Inspiration4 Crew Returns to Earth After Historic Flight

"Historic journey to spaces on the books tonight. The spacex dragon capsule the splashdown in the atlantic ocean. Off the coast of florida with the world's first all civilian four member crew give is in port canaveral candice. This adventure has been ground. Baking in so many ways it hasn't been groundbreaking and shows that the sky is really no limit for civilians. And i'll tell you. We heard this gigantic thud here in port. Canaveral as dragon capsule made its way through the atmosphere. And then that just beautiful landing in the atlantic ocean wrapping up this beautiful journey tonight. The return to earth the first all civilian space crew to orbit the earth wrapping their history-making three day mission. We're giving all of our time right now to you science research and some ukulele playing and trying to raise awareness for an important cause for us back on earth the inspiration for billionaire jared isaac men. Who's bankrolling the trip bone cancer survivor. Haley arsenault scien- proctor. The first black woman to pilot spacecraft and chris brown sqi who won his ticket through sweepstakes there last hours in space spent taking in the views snapping photos in the specially designed capsule dome even chatting with bano the blasted off from cape canaveral. Wednesday evening on a spacex rocket their capsule the dragon measuring thirteen feet wide. Their home as they whizzed around earth at seventeen thousand miles an hour. It's been really interesting to see how fluid shifts with my gravity environment mission part science to determine the effects of space on the human body and park charity more than one hundred fifty billion dollars raised for saint jude's children's hospital where arsenal works patients. They're getting a rare treat. Thursday

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F.D.A. Aims for Full Approval of Pfizer Covid Vaccine on Monday

News, Traffic and Weather

01:28 min | 3 months ago

F.D.A. Aims for Full Approval of Pfizer Covid Vaccine on Monday

"Now says the FDA is trying to finish its review and give full approval of the Pfizer vaccine for everyone 16 and over by Monday More than 200 Million Americans have now received at least one dose of the vaccine that 60% of the total population. Nearly 170 million are fully vaccinated. ABC Zorin Shaw has more Us now experiencing its steepest and most significant jump in Covid 19 hospitalizations since last winter over 93,000 patients nationwide. You know, we're passing together staff on a daily basis. Five states now with statewide ICU capacity of over 90%, including Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia. Mississippi and Texas. Nationwide. 78% of adult ICU beds are occupied by both covid and non covid patients. I do not know a hospital or a system in our entire region that is not in or near crisis. Almost the entirety of our ICUs are unvaccinated patients under the age of 16. Children's Hospital. Colorado reporting 60% more pediatric ICU patients than normal, including two year old Cecilia for that whole time, she was just exhausted, You know, working hard to breathe. We wanted to share a story because, um, we're hoping that people will at least consider getting vaccinated, if not for themselves for young Children who can't this

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Alabama ICUs Near Capacity Amid COVID-19 Surge

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 3 months ago

Alabama ICUs Near Capacity Amid COVID-19 Surge

"The coronavirus surge deepens especially in the south Alabama's top doctor says there were only two ICU beds available across the state Monday at least ten Georgia school districts have sent all their students home because of covert exposure Texas health officials with more than eleven thousand hospitalizations have asked the federal government for five mortuary trailers Florida such records of more than sixteen thousand hospitalizations and more than one hundred fifty one thousand cases while governor rod Disentis downplays the effectiveness of the vaccine preventing creating the type of herd immunity or preventing any type of infections that hasn't necessarily been the case a second emergency field hospitals being set up in Jackson Mississippi this one in the parking garage near the state's only children's hospital I'm Tim acquire

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Delta Variant Is Sending More Children to the Hospital

Fresh Air

00:38 sec | 3 months ago

Delta Variant Is Sending More Children to the Hospital

"Washington health officials across the country are sounding the alarm about the growing number of Children getting sick with Covid 19. Dr. Mark Klein, physician in chief at Children's Hospital in New Orleans, says his facilities admitting a record number of miners. I'm worried at this point that this virus is so contagious that these mitigation measures may not be sufficient. And it's really incumbent on adults and older adolescents who are eligible for vaccination to get the vaccine client says doctors need adults to get vaccinated, if not for their own health and for their Children. Who may be in the age group not yet cleared to receive Makovich shot while research

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Pediatricians See COVID Cases Rising in Kids

WNYC Programming

00:47 sec | 4 months ago

Pediatricians See COVID Cases Rising in Kids

"Rates are seeing growing numbers of Children requiring hospitalization for Covid 19 from member station WBUR PLN Blake Farmer reports. Some hospitals feeling the effects of the delta variant are starting to hit capacity limits in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, the Children's hospitals treating more covid patients than ever same as two in Arkansas and Alabama. In Tennessee Infectious disease specialist re tube energy at Vanderbilt Children's Hospital says they're making more space for what's to come. I never would have predicted we'd see a surge like this again and that it would potentially be worse for Children. But Covid just continues to throw us curve balls. It's too early to know whether the Delta variant his more deadly for Children and pediatric deaths remain extremely rare for NPR news. I'm Blake Farmer in Nashville. Uber and

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Mental Health Toll From Isolation Affecting Kids on Reentry From Pandemic

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 5 months ago

Mental Health Toll From Isolation Affecting Kids on Reentry From Pandemic

"Mental health experts are expressing concerns about teens and children who are having difficulty readjusting to life at the end of the pandemic the end of the school year is traditionally a stressful time for teens school finals problem finding a job but for some the swirl of events after months of being locked down is simply too much there are stories around the country of spiking rates of pediatric suicide attempts and a children's hospital Colorado we're behavioral health emergency visits increased ninety per cent they declared a state of emergency in may parents need to know it is hard to find treatment now wait times in some locations are over two months one teen says that he's worried his social skills have gone stale another says she's overcome depression but feels worn out now and stuck in a state of neutral I'm Jackie Quinn

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11-Year-Old Boy Injured in Accidental Shooting in North Columbus

Glenn Beck

00:18 sec | 5 months ago

11-Year-Old Boy Injured in Accidental Shooting in North Columbus

"Accidents shooting on Columbus North East side sent an 11 year old boy to the hospital last night happened just after 8:30 P.m. at the home off Forrest Hill Boulevard. The victim was taken the nationwide Children's Hospital rushed into surgery and is expected to recover. Police say they detained the 14 year old boy who pulled the trigger, but didn't say if charges would be

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Vaccines with Heather Simpson

In Fact with Chelsea Clinton

03:58 min | 5 months ago

Vaccines with Heather Simpson

"Today we're talking about vaccines well. More specifically about the toll. The anti vaccine movement has taken on our public health. Let's start with some basics x one of the most successful public health interventions in human history. They've saved millions if not billions of lives. They protected generations of children in the us and around the world from deadly diseases and right now the surest path out of the covid nineteen pandemic is to vaccinate as many people in as many places as possible but that of course requires wide scale public trust and participation two things that the anti vaccine movement has been working really hard to undermine vaccine movement has been growing in darkness for decades and now they've captured the spotlight as an is fear uncertainty to so doubt and spread lies about the coupe nineteen vaccines their efforts have been amplified by public figures who used their platforms to elevate debunked conspiracy theories and all of this is made much much worse by lack of accountability from social media and technology platforms themselves. The nfl move hurting our ability to recover from this pandemic and it could affect which vaccines this generation of kids received well beyond covid nineteen. So what can we do. How do we fight. The powerful tide of disinformation that began long before this pandemic and has unfortunately gained momentum during it. How do we overcome mistrust around vaccines and help more. People get the facts that they need to make the right decisions for themselves and their families while to answer this questions. I'm talking with two people who are confronting these challenges head on later. We'll hear from my friend. Dr peter hotels vaccine researcher and advocate and co director of the center for vaccine development at texas children's hospital. But i i'm talking with heather. Simpson a mom who fell down the rabbit hole and then pulled herself back up. Heather is an activist a freelance writer and a mom to three year. Old daughter hers is a story of how effectively the anti vaccine movement entraps people and a reminder that it's possible if not always easy to change minds. I started our conversation by asking heather how she went from someone who had always gotten vaccinated then anti-tax social media influence my mom vaccinated all of ice. It wasn't until i was eighteen. I had the choice to get my meningitis shot. And i hate needles so on. That alone chose not to get it going in college which was stupid. I did get the tea dot in two thousand fifteen. I got the flu shot school. It wasn't until me and my husband really started trying to have our daughter that we were like Should we do the schedule. I mean we haven't given much thought. And a documentary series popped up on facebook as an ad and it was nine hours a just pure propaganda. It was doctor after doctor blaming everything under the sun on vaccines so by the time. You're done watching all nine hours of terror. You're not gonna wanna inject your kid. I mean i was terrified. I was thinking if we inject charlotte. She will die in her sleep that night. The strength of the fear that i had was so so strong i was ashamed a little bit a little bit embarrassed about it because my mom groups were so pro vaccine so it didn't really tell anybody but when she was about eighteen months old i decided to start talking about it casually on the internet on facebook and it just took off and i didn't realize that their birth thousands and thousands of antibodies mom's on facebook that had all found each other and that there's this huge huge growing community and they just accepted me as one of them and it just took off from there.

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Chicago Girl, 14, Chased by Gang Members, Shot in Head

WGN Programming

00:51 sec | 6 months ago

Chicago Girl, 14, Chased by Gang Members, Shot in Head

"Near 48 would Gathered to pray for her recovery tonight. Chicago police She says she was walking with her boyfriend and shot after one of three men who approached them. Asked about her gang affiliation Alderman Ray Lopez says this might be a good time for parents who are still in the gang live to reconsider staying in because of what it might mean for their kids. Generational gang lifestyle Has an impact on all of our Children. Whether they're gang members are not. It's tragic. It's horrific, and it's the most Asinine way of getting shot. The teen is not in the gang herself, but told the men that her mother was the girl is still in critical condition at Comer Children's Hospital, happy ending to the search for a missing 11 year old boy from

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What Happens After Death

WokeNFree

02:20 min | 6 months ago

What Happens After Death

"Number one out the gate. What happens when a person dies. This question is definitely without an answer. Actually nobody really could save for sure. I think that our body turns to dust. But i'm not sold on anything else not buying a okay like that. Dr martin luther king junior won said every man must do two things alone. He must do his own believing his own dying. So essentially how. I interpret that phrase and all of our links and resources will be linked in the episode at woken dot com. And make sure you check that out. I would say. I agree with you in that there is a lot of uncertainty and unknowns when it comes through the process of death but we do know is. It is an actual change in circumstance. Where the people that you knew the people that loved you the people that use. Oc with no longer can interact with you in this human form because your body is no longer functioning. So it's a change in circumstance. It's loss offer those that you leave behind and comes to you. Yes i agree. It's a question. Mark question to the death equal peace not necessarily so according to the university of iowa st family children's hospital again they break it down really very. Interestingly which is why. I wanted to share it. They say you know death happens when the body stops working the heart sub speeding the brain doesn't get or send any messages to the body sight hearing taste touch smell. Don't work anymore and then you know when someone is dead. Their thoughts doesn't have their body doesn't have any thoughts feelings anymore. So when a person dies their bodies can't move or play anymore and after death the body will never be able to do these things again. So does that to that kind of breakdown in the processing sound like peace not to me. Sounds like a finality of this form of existence. But i think the to argue that death equals ultimate piece. Is i think our mandic notion. I think it's something that we see in media but it is not scientifically proven and theoretically is possible sore but it that's gonna be person's specific beliefs specific

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FDA Authorizes Pfizer Vaccine for Children 12 to 15 Years

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:55 sec | 7 months ago

FDA Authorizes Pfizer Vaccine for Children 12 to 15 Years

"Week in the race to vaccinate is the FDA authorizes the Fizer vaccine for kids 12 to 15. Mozambique, ONI says the CDC is advisory committee meets tomorrow to make specific recommendations. After that. Medical experts from the Western states Washington, Oregon, California and Nevada will meet to do a separate review the data. If all of these groups give the thumbs up, providers could be approved to start administration what's widely sometime on Thursday. It's a big deal for those of us who work with kids. I know most pediatricians are very excited about being able to vaccinate Children, the American Academy of Pediatrics says. Been looking forward to this guy at Seattle Children's Hospital when they're planning on administering shots. Two kids 12 to 15. They say they're waiting on final guidance from the Department of Health. Also, CVS Pharmacy says they are ready to vaccinate kids 12 to 15 with the Pfizer vaccine once they get that CDC recommendation.

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100 Million in U.S. Now Fully Vaccinated, but Resistance Remains

The Best of Ben Shapiro

00:49 sec | 7 months ago

100 Million in U.S. Now Fully Vaccinated, but Resistance Remains

"Now fully vaccinated against covert 19. The U. S now has three vaccines and more than enough supply. But some health experts warn getting to herd immunity word of people are vaccinated. To get things back to normal is getting harder. ABC is Michelle Franzen more than a third of US adults now fully vaccinated, but health experts are running into a new hurdle. Vaccine hesitancy. Dr Paul off. A director of the Vaccine Education Center at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, says recent safety concerns over the Johnson and Johnson covert vaccine. I have factored in that says the rare risks don't outweigh benefits. If you take a theoretical million people, for example, with the J and J vaccine would have a severe blood clot. It would be about one per million resident take a theoretical million people who are infected with coded 5000 will die and many would be left with permanent harm. So these vaccines still the benefits outweigh their risk. Michelle Franzen ABC News today was the original deadline

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Amy Klobuchar on 'Antitrust'

The Book Review

01:55 min | 7 months ago

Amy Klobuchar on 'Antitrust'

"Joining us. Now senator amy klobuchar from washington. She is the senior. Senator from minnesota and her new book is called antitrust taking on monopoly. Power from the gilded age to the digital age senator. Thanks for being here. Well thank you. It's just wonderful to be on. You have been doing a few things during the past few years been busy. Why at a book. And i might add. This is not a quickie book. This is not an election book. This is a very heavily reported historical book more than two hundred pages of notes. Why well because. I care that much about this. I started to think about doing this a few years ago and it really for me started with a call. I got way back in two thousand and eight when i got a call from a pharmacist. Actually at minneapolis children's hospital and he said that the cost of this life saving heart drug for heart defects had gone up astronomically from like eight hundred dollars a treatment to sixteen hundred dollars treatment and he didn't know why and so. This is a very typical. You get these constituent calls so our staff followed up ahead of minneapolis children's and lo and behold. It turned out that one company had bought that drug but then they had also cornered the market by buying the competitor drugs. And so what happened. Was that the ftc got involved after. I brought it up. It's like your classic new senator. And i bring it up. I have the little vial at a hearing. And i say why is this happening to the ftc and they start federal trade commission based start looking into it and ended up bringing a major suit and that was really exciting. Then which is typical of a lot of these cases. The courts threw it out. Basically and said oh it's the other similar and then it took years for a generic and another competitor to develop

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Seattle Children’s Knew for Years Security Was Called Disproportionately on Black Patients

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

01:25 min | 7 months ago

Seattle Children’s Knew for Years Security Was Called Disproportionately on Black Patients

"Seattle Children's Hospital are more than twice as likely. Have security called to their rooms. If they're black, it's a racial divide in the use of what Children's calls Code purple more from comas. Corwin take Seattle Children. Staff members invoke Code purple if they need a security guard to report to a patient's room in response to unsafe or threatening behavior, either by the patient or often by a parent. A Seattle Times investigation finds Code purple is invoked more than twice as often for black patients than for white patients. It's a form of institutional racism. That in part, led to the resignation of Dr Ben Danielson as medical director of the Odessa Brown Children's Clinic, part of the Seattle Children's System, Danielson tells KCTS Seattle Children's own assessment revealed the disparity a decade ago, finding that security was just proportionately called on families based on the color of their skin. 10 years ago and then sitting on that there's a tacit acceptance and since there's a complicity of like, Yeah, we know this and we're not gonna do anything about it. A Seattle Children's spokesperson acknowledges the issue. Telling the Times systemic and institutional racism exists across our healthcare system and Children's is not immune. The spokesperson ads The hospital's goal is to eliminate the code purple disparity altogether.

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Former Researcher Who Sold Trade Secrets to China Gets 33 Months

Seattle's Morning News with Dave Ross

00:09 sec | 7 months ago

Former Researcher Who Sold Trade Secrets to China Gets 33 Months

"Path of Walter Mondale First Walk. A former researcher at Children's Hospital in Columbus, Ohio, has been sentenced to 33 months in prison for conspiring to

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"children hospital" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

09:13 min | 1 year ago

"children hospital" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Welcome. Thank you very, very much for being with us, and I know that I've been told that you've been leading a team of physicians and researchers across the Ohio Children's hospitals. To analyze the prevalence of covert 19 among Children. On. I wonder if you could just that. Maybe tell us some of the things that you have found and kind of what The status is of Koven, 19 among our young people in Ohio today. Uh, thank you, Governor Wine. I am privileged to speak on behalf of Ohio six Children's hospitals, which are Are overseeing by and um work together under the auspices of the Ohio Children's Hospital Association. Really many, many years, but certainly in the covert era. We've been working much more closely together to share best practices and ideas and also to collate data. So for the past few months, we've shared our data with one another. And I'll review some of those learnings with with with you today. Great. First off a few high level comments of Children get Corona virus infection lists must be really crystal Clear. They get thrown of our infection and I get it not infrequently. Fortunately, most Children are reasonably well with their symptoms of off covert 19. We know that about 90% of them really exceedingly. Well, however, a small infraction 10% or maybe a little bit less actually get sick. And need to be in the hospital and Children. With certain medical conditions actually can become critically ill and have been hospitalized in our Children's hospitals. And then our intensive care unit, so small number get really sick. Most kids do well. We're very grateful for that. But just make sure folks know it can be a very serious disease and certain Children. Now. In Ohio Children's hospitals were privileged, have six of the country's fast here in Ohio. We took a different cut the data and we were really interested in knowing What fraction of Children what percentage of Children who have symptoms that are compatible with actually test positive. So we've done over the course of the past five issue months, we've done about 14,000 test coated in Children that have symptoms. That suggest to our positions that may be compatible with covert, and we found 8.6% positive. We're also interested in the Best positivity and Children that don't have signs or symptoms of Kobe. And we're not out surveying in the community, So how can we get a best estimate of that? Well, we're most of us are testing. All the Children admitted to our hospitals where they have Kobe's like symptoms or not. We're also testing Children that are gonna undergo surgery in the near future. That's an outpatient elective surgery. So that's his closest We can come to a two, a asymptomatic population, which has been Talked about very frequently in the play press and also in the medical journals and since mid March, when we first started testing, we've done about 20,000 test And these asymptomatic Children, and we find that a positive right from the beginning of about 1.4%. No, I would like to point out that that number has been rising in the past month or so on this as ah, now at about 2.9%. If you just look back for the The prior week. So we do think that there's some increase in the number of Children that are a symptomatic but test positive from for Kobe. And by the way, I do want to say that the information that I'm giving you today. Is and Children that are basically less than 18 years of age. We have also broken down. Our data by age were very interested in in, um the spread from age zero to age 18. And we have found that that, um older teenagers are really young adults at the age of 17 or the highest prevalence of test positivity amongst all the Children that way. All the Children that we test and we believe that's because 17 year olds are now driving and they are socially much more active and tender as possible statistically significantly. More than younger Children. Now let me talk a little bit more about the severity of the disease. So of all the Children that we've encountered that have been a positive across the state. 8% ever required admissions admission to one of our Children's hospital. And off those 8%. 1% had to go into our intensive care unit, and some have been really critically ill and on ventilators so Again. It can be a very serious thes and Children and some of these cases occur in Children with underlying medical conditions such as obesity and type two, but diabetes, type one diabetes for Example. The last thing I would like to say just about the types of Children that are getting covert and are In our state is that we have learned that the prevalence of test positivity is 4 to 6 times higher, and Children from underrepresented minority group specifically. Hispanic Children and black Children. That's an observation that's really played out across the United States, and it certainly seems to be playing out here in Ohio, regardless of the Of the cities in which our Children's hospitals are are located. So, finally, I think many of us have heard about this multi system inflammatory. Stan Drama of Children and, Interestingly here in Ohio. Had 13 cases that we've identified our Children's hospital far, far fewer than some of this hot spots across the country like New York, Miami and other stopping. We're fortunate in that regard. In fact, some of our hospitals that not even Even seen the case. And I just will report today. Happily that as of this morning at about seven o'clock amount of our Children's hospitals had Children in their intensive care units being cared for. With coverage. A good report for today at least. Doctor. Thank you. That's very thorough on I appreciate it. I hope you can stay with us as we may have some questions from from the news media certainly like to go. I appreciate that very, very much great. Great overview of what we're seeing in Ohio. What you're seeing in Ohio? What All our Children's hospitals are saying, and I agree with you were blessed with some amazing Children's hospitals in Ohio. It's just Ah, great. Great thing for for families. Let me now welcome Dr Pat Patty Manning. Dr. Manning is a chief of staff and a developmental pediatrician at Cincinnati Children's Hospital. Dr Manny. Thank you very, very much for being with us, Um What if you could tell us? Um, maybe. Start off with What is the research telling us about kids being able to spread the virus? Thank you, governor. It's a privilege to be ableto speak on the half of such an important topic on behalf of the O'Hara Children's Hospital Association. You know, we're really just learning what Children do in terms of spread, but I think it's important to restate what you've already said what Dr Bernard said That is that Children do get Cove it. They're not immune from Kobe, and when you have so that you can spread it. There's some very early research that suggests that the type of spread may differ by the age of child. But it's a preliminary and it's hard to really extend that research beyond just some initial thoughts about who might be more contagious. I think it's safe to stay that if a child has coded built there that could be contagious, whether they're symptomatic or not. Oh, and as we have more time, we'll learn more about what types of Children spread who spreads more. It's fair to say that younger Children who need closer contact in their care might be at more risk of spread s so that the younger you are the more likely you maybe to spread because your hair has to be in more close contact. That but that come comes about because of the length of time with that child, and maybe also because the closeness with that child and those two factors that are important It's very important that a very good point.

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"children hospital" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"children hospital" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"In his time to talk options of Washington wine and, you know, in person auction this year. Has been cancelled like everything else, But you, Khun I'm going to talk to Jamie Pia. And to Mark Ryan about what you can do to help support this worthy cause and they're both on the line with us right now. Welcome to the show. Hello, everybody. It's Mark Ryan McNeely here. Nice to be with you. I forgot to make people apart from them. Come on. We don't cover for a while from Mark Ryan Winery. Let's make sure we they know you'll winemaker and you make wine. That is correct. So, Mark, you're the honorary vintner this year. Do you feel too cheated to not get the whole meal? Or are you making the best out of it? Well, I tell you what. I was pretty excited to be able to invite my parents to come to the auction to kind of show that on or off, so I'll have to invite them to participate on the online forum and hopefully I can have him back there. Yeah, exactly. So, but it's still there. I think we're still gonna build a rate break, honey. It's great hot, so I think it's the importance remains. The format has changed. So the money goes to Children's hospital. It goes to Children's hospital, and it also goes to The University of Washington University of Viticulture Immunology program and that such an important program because it really helps develop great wine makers and grape growers to learn their craft in the state of Washington to grow and make Washington line It's a great program. Well, we've seen the growth. I don't know. No, Tom and I have been around Long enough to say that we have seen the growth in definitely quality and standard in the Washington wine industry. So Kudos to everybody who's participating in making it a better thing. Exactly. Lord knows the Childrens Hospital needs the money right now. Oh, yeah, They've been through some struggles, and so it's good that we're going to raise millions of dollars for them. Absolutely. And, uh You know, I have the very first time I showed my wine. The public was for an event for Children Hospital. It must have been back in 2002 showing my 99 or 2000 if it's so And I was very nervous. I mean, I've been knowing you guys for a long time You join my lines for years, but that very first event of showing lines with with Children's hospital is very nerve racking. But because I did that, I think it really got my name out there. Atlanta P really helped winemakers get their names out and developed. Great relationships with consumers as well as kind of being a champion for great cop. So, Jamie PR from the auction of Washington wines is going to jump in here. Maybe and let us know all the details about this big celebration. Hey, there, everybody. How you doing? Fabulous. Very good. Good, good, good, long time no see, So it's great to hear all your voices, so the auction of Washington lines is coming up. You know it's a challenging time and we're not ever able to see everybody person on. We are having our event online options turning on the 11 And a live virtual gala artist. So people get online to start to purchase start to bid on the auction lots. And then the 15th. They find out if they win or not. I actually know the 11th well, the 11th through the 15 online people can log in to our site. Probably the easiest thing to do is go to our website auction of Wall wine or And they can take a look at all the lots that are online and they can bit there and kind of come and go over those five days for the items that are online. Certainly if they win the bid online, they win it. Right when they reach that level, But on August But on August the piece where we normally do our gala at Chateau think the shuttle under that they can't which I know Both you and Perry have have been part of before. That is now what's called a virtual lives. They left, and we're actually putting on a show at three months. Studios with our auctioneer and people then register and tune in to watch the show. And during the show, we will be putting live item up for bid and people did on their phone and participating in watching the show like that Sounds fun. Cater is a Fremont studio. I know I've catered there often is like there's no caterer. Yeah, no. No caterer because the only people in the show are the auctioneer. We have a little bit of entertainment on stage and then we have a big slide presentation behind that that shows video of us option lots and are beneficiaries come on and their methods, but we have Seattle Children's Hospital and now Ofyou. You viticulture immunology Sunday from those organizations anything about you know the wonderful work that they deal with the auctions before every year. Go ahead, Chef. Terry, What is you have an auction like? Yes, I have an auction Lot with K Use Winery dinner for 20 at Louis. Once we way get behind this. Covered 19 thing, but I think that sounds like a lot of fun to go to the auction. And I would say just by one of Mark's wine, and then you know, open the bottle and sit down in front of the street and watch the auction. Go by. I like like how you're thinking about Mark. You've also donated an auction live. What do you have up there? Well, I've got 29 leaders nine leader of long all of the nine litre network, my most important wine. And these two lines marked my 20th vintage.

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"children hospital" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"children hospital" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"At children's hospitals and ice units on it is a small percentage but it is quite frightening and this reflects the fact that this virus affects the vasculature we see colliding we see strokes and this is the vasculature phenomena of information we see in children resident with with this newly emerging syndrome now among young children what do you say to parents who would like to get their children back to school better now we're looking at this and potentially afraid to do that well again it's a tiny percentage but you're right so we're looking into it very strongly in the ad well as he said he's known about this for long before this happened but it is a very very small percentage and people recover from that the children recover from that right yeah yes Sir my most to recover from this but it is that it is a serious and it can be a fatal condition so we do want to make sure that parents understand that high fevers a red rashes particularly in your child you may need to contact your health care provider there are treatments are for this they work very effectively if if gotten early at least for the vast majority of the cases legacy I think that is the perfect question John Roberts with the perfect follow up the perfect question the president is aware of it the president throws it to the admiral the admiral explained we've activated all the pediatric I. C. as in the country they're aware of it it's high fever plus rash there have been three deaths eighty five the president emphasized that the very small problem but before where I bit useful useful stop very very useful contrast that with that Philip Rucker talk with Donald Trump cut number sixteen Mr president and one of your mother's day tweets you appear to accuse president Obama the biggest political crime in American history by far those were your words what crime.

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"children hospital" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"children hospital" Discussed on KTOK

"Local children's hospital for brain surgery chemotherapy and radiation when I was in the hospital I had no idea how much the medical bills were costing my family and the insurance didn't cover all the equipment and treatment I need thanks to donations to my hospital I received amazing care and was able to kick cancer's **** today I am sixteen years old and I am so excited about my future where I can graduate from high school and become a professional speaker to share my story and give back to children's miracle network hospitals I believe if we donate to children's hospitals begin change kids health and change the future you can help to give now and children's miracle network hospitals dot org and put your money where the miracles are thank you now a year and rock spotlight nineteen seventy one the doors released their sixth and final studio album LA woman this is the second solo album ram which goes into more U. K. number two U. S. several judges John Lennon and the number one single on the album at little holes in may of seventy one soul singer Marvin Gaye releases concept album what's going on and has three top ten singles and rod Stewart's third solo album goes number one and has a number one single Maggie may.

"children hospital" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"children hospital" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Boston children's hospital has always believed that our clinicians provided Justina Peletier high quality compassionate care and always acted in the best interest of our health and well being federal immigration officials say sending border agents to sanctuary cities like Boston is having an impact on enforcement efforts ice officials in Boston say they've arrested a man from Cape Verde and another from Columbia in response state judicial leaders have fired off a letter to ice the letter is a follow up to one said last fall with the justices anti's to stop deporting defendants accused abilities without the knowledge of the court or the DA overseeing the case the justices sided thirteen cases where that it happened and went on to say since there have been no incidents is the last letter had been sent maybe actions were speaking louder than words because no response to that last letter was sent but it happened again in another felony case the justices right to remove the defendants without advance notice to the court and the DA is an affront to justice in Boston gear one regal WBZ Boston's newsradio a seventeen year old is arrested and faces a manslaughter charge in connection with the deadly shooting on Cameron street in Dorchester police say eighteen year old Kareem guard at junior of Dorchester died from multiple gunshot wounds sixteen inmates have been charged in last month's attack at the state's maximum security prison in surely for corrections officers were hospitalized was sturdy ager warily says the inmates face charges including felony assault and battery and aggravated kidnapping a state trooper is okay and a Connecticut man in custody after allegedly driving the trooper some thirty feet following a traffic stop in where state police say the driver fled the scene but was caught and is facing several charges coming up we'll check sports you got it I'm not talking about Donald Trump democratic primary is heating up we'll see is in New York City of stop and frisk.

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"children hospital" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"children hospital" Discussed on WTOP

"S. children's hospitals are given the drug inappropriately which increases the risk of antibiotic resistance that research comes from Washington university in St Louis in separate research published in health affairs journal scientists looked at how antibiotics are prescribed to Medicaid patients between two thousand four in two thousand thirteen they found a lot of these drugs are prescribed without the patient being examined W. T. O. P.'s Dimitri so has talked with doctor Michael Fisher of Harvard Medical School and Brigham and women's hospital about what he and his team learned such a large fraction over one quarter of all of the antibiotics prescribed to this national population over several years happened without the patient coming in and having a visit with the doctor and we felt that that was an area that all of us as clinicians as patients as people concerned about public health need to be looking at to think about are those antibiotic prescriptions of the quality that we hope or does it suggest that this might be contributing to antibiotic over use and some of the risks that come with antibiotic over years yes of course there's the rise of antibiotic resistant bacteria and a lot of patience we know that are taking these medications really it's not really helping their condition at all they may have a virus for example so that that's not going to help there do Americans take many more antibiotics than people in other countries do yes more than twice the rate of a lot of European countries that are otherwise compatible to the US were not the very highest in the world but were pretty consistently in the top three in terms of overall antibiotic use I know you can only speak for yourself and not for other physicians but why would a doctor prescribe an antibiotic that likely she or he knows is a go to work for a patient I mean is this a sort of a demand by the patients or a customer's always right type of attitude we certainly adds overall as a medical culture have created expectation among patients that if they feel like they have an infection an antibiotic is likely to help them and that's a hard perception to turn around for clinicians there also may be circumstances where it's difficult for a patient to physically get to their office or to an emergency department or an urgent care center to be assessed or it's a weekend or a holiday or something like that things like that happen but this kind of prescribing these antibiotics without giving person evaluations and visits with clinicians use so calm and it it's hard not to be concerned that we as a clinician community are over prescribing at least some of the time when we could manage the patients without antibiotics.

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"children hospital" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"children hospital" Discussed on WTOP

"S. children's hospitals are given the drug inappropriately which increases the risk of antibiotic resistance that research coming from Washington university in Saint Louis I'm in separate research published in health affairs journal scientists apparently looking how anybody to respond to Medicaid patients between twenty four and twenty thirteen and they found one of these drugs are prescribed without the patient being examined at all this morning we have doctor Michael Fisher of Harvard Medical School and Brigham and women's hospital but what he and his team have learned about all that such a large fraction over one quarter of all of the antibiotics prescribed to this national population over several years happened without the patient coming in and having a visit with the doctor and we felt that that was an area that all of us as clinicians as patients as people concerned about public health need to be looking at to think about are those antibiotic prescriptions of the quality that we hope wards it suggests that this might be contributing to antibiotic over use and some of the risks that come with antibiotic over years yes of course there's the rise of antibiotic resistant bacteria and a lot of patience we know that are taking these medications or it's not really helping their condition at all they may have a virus for example so that that's not going to help there do Americans take many more antibiotics than people in other countries too yes more than twice the rate of a lot of European countries that are otherwise compatible to the US were not the very highest in the world but were pretty consistently in the top three in terms of overall antibiotic use I know you can only speak for yourself and not for other physicians but why would a doctor prescribe an antibiotic that likely she or he knows is a go to work for a patient I mean is this a sort of a demand by the patients or a customer's always right type of attitude we certainly adds overall as a medical culture have created expectation among patients that if they feel like they have an infection an antibiotic is likely to help them and that's a hard perception to turn around for clinicians there also may be circumstances where it's difficult for a patient to physically get to their office or to an emergency department or an urgent care center to be assessed or it's a weekend or a holiday or something like that things like that happen but this kind of prescribing these antibiotics without giving person evaluations and visits with clinicians use so common and it it's hard not to be concerned that we as a clinician community are over prescribing at least some of the time when we could manage the patients without antibiotics this doctor Michael Fisher of Brigham and women's hospital talking to Dimitri read more on our website a.

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"children hospital" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"children hospital" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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"children hospital" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"children hospital" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Is a pediatrician at the children's hospital of Philadelphia during the baby's first year she screams new mothers for post partum depression at each visit signs point to a problem Callum refers them to mental health services but when she had her own kid she wondered are the moms really going for latest bundling up your child leaving the house is an accomplishment in that immediate post pardon fans town did some research and found that in the six months after being diagnosed only one in ten mothers got any kind of treatment so first you have to get yourself the appointment you have to arrange for childcare and on top of all that you would have to push and I mean of course it's hard of course so many mothers aren't receiving services the system isn't set up to be easy for them eventually both the Philadelphia mom Stephanie Leigh Ann Arial Dickey were able to get treatment please counselor actually came to her house so it felt private and easy hello no words can I really describe how much it really did help me and I think there used to be like a campaign of like about women of color they look like us so they know like I went to a two treatment for post partum depression is effective talk therapy and anti depressants usually work the hardest part for most new moms is getting the help for NPR news I'm Nina Feldman in Philadelphia this story was reported in partnership with the Neri Petani of The Philadelphia Inquirer this is NPR news will have talk of freeways in California coming up and be curious in just a few minutes first though Joe McConnell says there's a problem on two eighty right now here in San Francisco it's still a big problem but it is a big one on two eighty north bound at the one oh one split at the sound the ramp to the two eighty extension freeway between the divided to eighty one a one all lanes a report of black but this crash with an over turned in a motorcycle.

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"children hospital" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"children hospital" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"L. W. what the US. it's about eight sixteen at seven hundred W. L. W.. but we got all them thoroughly disgusted discussed that I tell you with the des Moines register. you know the the the one register no the guy who held up a sign that he needed money for beer a college game day and then I got a whole bunch of money so he said he would donate it to the local children's hospital. any got more than a million dollars of that bush lite said that they would match it. and then they're going to give him enough beer for a year all of that the more I register decided to do a story on the guy so they did the background check and found that when he was sixteen years old he told he tweeted to racist jokes. so they put that in the article. that when he was sixteen hello everything he tweeted in his life there were two racist jokes. so they call him about the racist jokes he tries to get out ahead of it and holds a press conference apologizing for what he did when he was sixteen. Anheuser Busch in charge of the bush lite Anheuser Busch said the gonna cut ties with this kid who raised over a million dollars for children's hospital. because when he was sixteen he tweeted out to joke said I'm sure were not originals of his he heard them somewhere else and he sent them along. why in the world would you decide and the more and register walks you through the whole thought process of should we include this or shouldn't we why is he running for office. no only did was raise a lot of money for a children's hospital. and a case of beer that's all he did why did why do you feel compelled to do that. now their excuse now is once they called him and told him that they have that information he held a press conference TV news and I guess radio showed up in. and he apologized profusely for what he did when he was sixteen years old. so that would more regs as well it's a moot point because he told everybody about it before we ever. published well he told them about it because you were going to publish it. when is it going. top he's not the C. E. O. of anything. is like a twenty three twenty four year old kid. a lot of everything you could find online that he ever did you found two questionably races jokes. and had to vote the the whole how you know how they had a meeting to decide how they should handle this should we or shouldn't we I have no about leaving people alone maybe doing a story it's not at all germane to the story not at all it has nothing to do with the story. there's no reason to dig into the background of somebody like that it just makes me ill. I don't feel good Daniel a become builders reading the story it sickens me Daniel what to do what to do. I mean if I lived there I would cancel my subscription is no doubt about it. don't do things like that. all right take nineteen we got what we have what we have to pause the action with some bangali stuff ahead of the traffic.

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"children hospital" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"children hospital" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"I was thinking like we share the same Malouf Kate for ever and ever Nate thank you taste buds happy and pick up a delicious refreshing Pepsi. First National Bank is proud to be an official bank of. exclusive provider of the sea is a debit card find out how you can take with you. free any First National Bank checking account visit any branch. three. today. official. hunter was born we were ready for the twists and turns of childhood but not the paralyzing her spine the experts at children's hospital Colorado changed our lives because he's so small they need a three D. model of practicing perfect did the surgery in advance. the morning now I think we had these doctors I can't even imagine. in the. no other choice when it comes to your child children's hospital Colorado here it's different. I think way we now fresh matters to you and I understand. cut and prepared right here in store every day we also know little matters so we're proud to carry Colorado choice. sivils from local growers you'll find freshness in every corner of our stories from baked breads and hand decorated cakes famous fried chicken breast matters to you and it matters to an. way fresh foods local flavors. dealer the yellow tag sales of it. I'm all for a vehicle today back to the gate. hello this is brought to you by Coors light the official beer of hill and by ratings Mercedes Benz dealers official partner of the Colorado buffaloes..

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"children hospital" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"children hospital" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"This children's hospital to desperation what do you fear is going to happen if this food medicine is not allowed in now can you point to that I'm worried she says our children are going to die our children are going to die three months ago the Financial Times reported this life in Caracas goes on we are ready for now after recent failed military and civilian uprising in violent protests against the Medora regime order even as late and still see no end to the crisis the apparent love in the power struggle between the opposition and the door opens not alleviated chronic shortages of food and basic medical supplies addition led by Quinn why does and backed by the U. S. failed to ten at large crowds at a series of recent demonstrations the most fun is when families daily life is punctuated by electricity and water shortages those who can have already left an estimated three in the home of million have fled many of them to neighboring Colombia and Brazil the Menendez family lives in picked out a a low income neighborhood overlooking the capital the sheriff damp two room home with no running water they survive thanks to remittances from a relative living in the Dominican Republic as the economy unravels families on arrival to stay or leave either way it's a bleak choice that's where we come in one time gift of just two hundred dollars provides five thousand churches meals to food for the poor go to my website Larry elder dot com at the very top you see crisis in Latin America banner a Venezuelan mother named Isabella was asked what do you do when you don't have food for your children is what she said go to the garbage they look for garbage and they find food that's what they what she had to eat today this means today if you give them and she cannot eat.

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"children hospital" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"children hospital" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"And children's hospital Liam would have never survived we need your support and we need your help to continue to grow specialized children's care in the state of Arizona I now visit any Carl's junior with the dollar donation to Phoenix children's hospital you can save a dollar off the beyond famous story cheese and a dollar off of our breakfast burger give a dollar get to back text star to six twenty six twenty to find a Carl's junior location near you again text star two six twenty six twenty and you too can be an all star for kids message and data rates may apply better to act we're proud to be part of this amazing Arizona community to help Phoenix children's hospital bring stories of hope to live for the kids and families they see every day please join us today consider making a donation to help support the amazing work being done by this world class hospital right here in our own backyard attack we say people are everything in the people at Phoenix children's hospital truly are amazing aerotek is so proud to be a partner and to give a thought for Phoenix children's hospital D. A. R. news ninety two three S. M. and ninety eight seven FM here is news sports station you're listening to the give the con for Phoenix children's hospital presented by your valley Hyundai dealers this is our annual Phoenix children's hospital here on ninety two three FM and ninety eight seven FM Arizona sports station along with Kato said mac was upstairs living teddy bears right out Gambo and Becky land I'm Dave burns a look at the Arizona central credit union so forth so far just over one million dollars one point zero so far in here it is it's just about two thirty or so you might be in the pick up line to get your kids from school you might have already got your kids from.

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"children hospital" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"children hospital" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

"I've got to fight a battle. I'm still kind of go. No no no he's not really dead. He's not really ghost. I hear myself saying well visit ghost but I'll suit slightly supernatural yeah. I'm kind of good. Why don't you just let me make and then you can see it? Yes minus my philosophy. I refuse to show them anything I've done. I really ought as well which I didn't know until today. Okay you wrote for drama which head and I was a bit too old to be watching that and also you create a children's ward which did Paul Up Myself. It shows what we loved that Paul and I Paul wrote shameless many many wonderful things that he's written and we did we we were both storylines for a time on coronation street and we used to quickly shove it in the drawing and and our own work and we had typewriters then yeah we put the paper in wind ground dream dream this idea of a children's hospital and I'd have a character say my my character Kailua and he'd take on <unk> billion and we talk about it. I'm going to read the scripts now to this day. There were good scripts here and we managed to deal with all sorts of young people's problems and we didn't do it for that reason we just thought it's great drama Oh and then went on for twelve series and one bathroom and everything so you know it was a good thing to do. People still remember that they do. They broke down. That's that and press gang was another great gro- groceries retreat adults dolts. We didn't write down for them. We just wrote the best drama that we could and hence hence is going on for twelve years. I'm people still remember yeah cheering in the back there yeah it's nice to bring it back. Children's will well you never know and so with with act you're acting you. Did you successful as an actor as well and you still do bits and pieces of their choice to go more than the writing..

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"children hospital" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"children hospital" Discussed on KOMO

"Seattle Children's hospital still closed. It's been more than the month with the twelve operating rooms and some kind of contamination for I look good and update from ABC. It is seven o'clock from ABC news. Michelle franzen. The US has requested a UN Security Council meeting on Monday to address the Iranian missile attack on a US drone. President Trump, calling off a military strike against Iran, for now, the proximity of the Iranian missile, the down that American drone to a passenger flight, as leading airlines to change their routes ABC's foreign correspondent James Longman is sneer, the Gulf of Amman near where that drone was shot down by US drone was shot down by Ron a cattle, Airways flight wolves just forty five miles away, according to the FAA flight radar shows the cattle jet which was on its way to Bangkok from Doha passed almost directly between the lowest point, and the drone and at the speed those planes fly, there's every chance that missile could have locked on to the wrong target, so that close, call and rising tensions here prompted the FAA to ban operated flights over Iran, the Persian Gulf, and the Gulf of Oman. Four days ahead of the first democratic debates democratic presidential hopefuls and rivals there on the campaign trail, trying to drum up some support in an early primary state. Candidates hugging it out that after Senator Cory Booker demanded that vice president Joe Biden apologize for reminiscent, about the days of civility in the Senate, when he worked with segregationists, ABC's White House correspondent, Sara poem areas in Columbia, South Carolina, congressman Jim Clyburn, is a bit of a kingmaker down here. So his endorsement matters and he is defending Joe Biden. Now, these candidates, a very busy weekend ahead of, and they're speaking of South Carolina democratic primary event and Planned Parenthood forum, the debates take place later this week.

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"children hospital" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"children hospital" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"The patriots showed their support for cancer play the photocopy, produced video truly brain shooting offer, Sarah Paramus, and there was a Devon still talked about his daughter what she's gone through and then the patriots cheerleaders. Wall wearing the jersey of Bengals defensive tackles still four year old daughter battling cancer is a great moment here in the crowd is still leading. Is it surreal to get that give me to just hand right now playing the scene with the patriots, really, Dave for not only my family, but all the fans out there battling this disease, right? And set the scene there you're in uniform. I was in uniform. We're getting ready to play the game. And then next thing you know, I seen the cheerleader just drop the colts. And I saw the video start playing on a football field, and I was just full become with emotion that I mean, I can't imagine. Because you think your daughter you also gotta play Sumi physical game against guys. The thought it absolutely was was it good for your daughter going through this in the world rally around her? I think so. I think allowed her to see the good in a world. Right. Because we live in a time would have so many things that's trying to divide us to watch everybody come together and really fight for our children. I think it really show Leo with this world is all about. Also, you kind of time and time again, demanded more of yourself and religion played a major role in it, and you also talk about how okay I want to get my daughter better. But you started looking around and seeing all these kids without the support that Leah right? So you take action you form a foundation. Tell me about the foundation. So I saw a lot of kids in the hospital fighting this disease by themselves because they came from a single parent household, and they had to leave to go to work and had to leave the hospital. So we decided to start the still strong foundation where we paid the household bills that these families, so we can keep them in a hospital fighting together here at the Bengals getting behind you. Cincinnati Bengals via is a check Quiring all over one point three million dollars. Cincinnati children's hospital in honor of Lia. We recently had surgery to remove the tumor from her abdomen. And at first cancer was still there you had to go back again. So she doing okay, now, she's doing great. She's almost four years in remission fantastic. And I know his two year battle, and it's going to be an ongoing battle. But for the Bengals to do that, great was that it was amazing. It allowed me to put man, a father, I before the NFL before football and really show, people that the NFL does have a heart thirty years old. You look like you could still play. I know you wearing a boot, right? Hey can you play I can play? But I don't wanna play as you can see in the book, the only reason why is because my dad took me to the park when I was young. It taught me about sports, and if I continued to play football I may not be able to walk away from the game and be able to play with my kids in a part you got your leg shattered at our two years old. Ugly places. You had a major back injury. You had another ankle injury. You at a shoulder injury to elbow elbowing, which freak people out. You don't have little injuries snow. Almost I from blood clots in my lungs after the told you, we're never going to play again. You it was crazy. You light is. So you, you, you have life at ten. Exactly. It's interesting. I'll tell you the gentlemen, rush. But you so come on the outside shot up a cannon goes you, because I know it's all working in my favorite guy. Listen, I wanna talk more about your story when we come back that tell you became a national name was for great reason, the foundations out there, but the Devon still book can be inspiring just leading up to becoming a parent. And we're going to go over that when we come back listening to Brian Kilmeade show. Now,.

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"children hospital" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"children hospital" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Let's go to Aaron in New Jersey. How are you? Great. Son. Molest them around half a year. In back me. Okay. A couple of months after that he got Merced by. Wow. Around the stomach area. Now is all. Back of his leg. Of me on the as. Uncomfortable and pay for this. Does he go to like, a daycare, or is he in some sort of school with all sorts of other kids that have some of these things, you know, the thing we worry about is when lots of kids are together in some kids. We'll have of course, coughs and colds and this or that infection if they're playing in the same room on the same Matt this is how some of these infections can be transmitted one of my good buddies from my karate class, his son had a Merson faction his leg swelled up like crazy because I think he was dropped off at daycare. And he must have you retained or Brady his kid. And when the you know, if you don't really clean the match in these facilities, then there's more likelihood that infections going to be spread. So he had to go in for intravenous antibiotics because it was getting pretty bad pretty quick. The question would be is, you know, what's his immune system? Like have you brought them to any of the children hospitals? Immune system is greater. He has had. Up of years. I'm not I'm saying have you brought him to a like a children's hospital. So they could evaluate, you know, this Pacific is immune system. Not just having stripped out or not because for him to have to infections that just don't go away. There may be something else. Underlying, you know. Be has low antibody levels. I mean, you don't know you have to I think children's hospital be best for to do at work. Interim that we can do to get them. I mean, I don't know. I know nothing about him. So I don't make recommendations for people. I haven't evaluated or seen, and you know, for years is certainly more the realm of the PI Trix specialists than than myself. So I don't know what would work for what he has. I don't know. Exactly. You know, what he has? That's why you wanna see the doctors and the pediatric hospital because they deal with this stuff all the time. Thank you. Thank you so much for your call. For is relevant. If you'd like to call in to ask question you could do so now one eight hundred eight four eight WABC one eight hundred four eight nine two two two..

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