37 Burst results for "Children's Hospital"

Tufts Medical Center, Children's Hospital Restricting Visitations

WBZ Midday News

00:41 sec | 3 d ago

Tufts Medical Center, Children's Hospital Restricting Visitations

"Further investigate the Massu in police Department, Tufts Medical Center and Children's Hospital are preparing to lock down visitor access as the state season uptick and covert cases. Here's more from WBC's James RoHaas. Starting tomorrow, Tufts Medical Center is suspending visitations for all adult and patients, with some exceptions on a case by case basis. For pediatric patients, including at Tufts Children's Hospital to parents. The guardians or caregivers will be allowed in, but they must stay in the patient's room and must wear a mask at all times. Tough says. For patients expecting to give birth, One asymptomatic support person will be allowed to stay during the delivery and postpartum stay. Anybody who has

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Fresh update on "children hospital" discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

News, Traffic and Weather

00:36 min | 59 min ago

Fresh update on "children hospital" discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

"And mostly dry during the daytime hours of Sunday and same story for Monday in the coming of the center turns on Come on news. I'm Brian Calvert with a comb. Oh, extra. Do kids really spread virus? Are they more susceptible to cove? It? Northwest researchers are about to find out the new research is getting under way to the north in British Columbia, and one of the big questions to be answered. What role do Children play in spreading covert 19? I think the honest answer right now is that nobody knows Doctor manage, said Ron Ghani, is leading a team of BC Children's Hospital. I think it's been a little bit of a puzzle from this thought of the The pandemic in terms of why kids don't seem to have that severe disease plan. I'm studying young kids all the way up through young adults with huge implications. Ah, lot of schools around here remain at the learn at home model because no one is sure if kids really can and are spreading the virus that what that looks like and what we would expect to happen in different scenarios moving forward and try and Help policymakers and public health officials make a Z informed decisions as possible, he says. So far, there's very little information because the number of Children infected with covert is actually pretty low..

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"children hospital" Discussed on Get Real -w- Caroline Hobby

Get Real -w- Caroline Hobby

04:27 min | 5 d ago

"children hospital" Discussed on Get Real -w- Caroline Hobby

"Be rich nor famous powerful to do them that your life can have meaning And that each and every life does they're all were the value panther. I've ever heard i'll wrap up with. Where can people donate. Say someone who wants to get involved but has no idea like you said maybe feels like you have to donate thousands of dollars to make an impact. But you're saying no actually forty dollars ten dollars one dollar anything you can give makes. It makes an impact. That's actually how saint jude thrives in survives is by just those small donations. Obviously the more the merrier. But how what's the easiest way for someone to donate. It's so easy. But i will say i like share spread. The word like my job is marketing. Displaces place is a movement of millions of people and we need millions more the simple active. Like if you heard this day you liked what you heard. Go share like go. Share this conversation us your social networks. Tell people started birthday fundraiser on facebook. But you can just go to saint dot org. It's right there in the website papa and donate and then follow social media. Share the content. We also have some superfund things coming up. Like hope giving tuesdays coming up next week. It's a fantastic giving day. I want people to turn into youtube. So our friends Matin stephanie on the game theorist are doing this. Really fun livestream for us. Also if you're stuck at home with your kids. Because i know that's everyone's fear is they're not going back to school. After thanksgiving veteran school got sitting in front of the computer and let them watch The the youtube Livestream that we're gonna but the easiest way to release saint dot org. You can learn about the work we're doing you can give but you can also follow us on facebook and instagram and tiktok are so camp on my gosh. You had to see patient keegan on tiktok took us a minute to figure out. Like how are we gonna show up on tiktok and not be silly as well. We just have these amazing life moment. So there's a video on tiktok has over nine million views on the saint jude channel. It's keegan she's this tiny little precious toddler who's back at home and it's just a video of her toddling. You know this because there's outside your door right your door gotta lean and laughing. It is pure joy on a screen pure joy. You've got to go watch gig and go check it out. There's tons of great moments like the other is a patient who's coming home and they opened the door to be greeted by there. I cried when every time i could log jumps and licks and they're all excited like so. We found joy on tiktok and a ton of fun and you can get injured while you're on their matters and that's awesome. Thank you so much for joining me. End all my podcast with. Leave your light. What do you want people to know. the kids of the world needs you to be light. The kids of the road needs you to be aligned carolyn. You're i light the country. Music industry is a light. If you're listening from oklahoma to boston california alight and that one little moment you spend sharing a saint jude story telling somebody about it teaching your kids giving that dollar. It is light and it matters it matters for marquel and it matters for arianna and it matters for bridget and it matters for oni. It matters it matters for kids. So leave your light and do something bigger than yourself because when we all do it together. Damned as it shine bright. Oh gosh. I wanted to get some tissues and crime to this one so this one figured anything better to going into thanksgiving. What an awesome now. I'm thankful that you join me. I know you are so busy of so much going on at truly means the world to me that you came on here shared your heart shared. Your saw gave us some information and shed some light on saint jude and what an incredible organization is and the work that you and so many people are doing for. The children is truly phenomenal. Life changing and i encourage every single person listening to this podcast to go to saint dot org and donate get involved to start getting into this movement. Because it's not stuffy. Has that sad and depressing. It's this hospital that's changing lies and there's so many colors are so much excitement at saint. Jude's there's so much hope and like you said. Emily more people just more people need to find out about it and discover it and get involved. And let's let's carry it. Let's take like let's cure the world that was saint jude. And that's another thing. Saint do has their own cancer research center. Like they're doing their own. Research name is very intentional..

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Fresh "Children's Hospital" from KOGO Weekend News Edition

KOGO Weekend News Edition

00:21 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh "Children's Hospital" from KOGO Weekend News Edition

"We see the dollars that have been invested by so many small businesses on outdoor dining to keep people safe and to say now that all of that has to stop With no science behind it. I think the most precious part of all of us sitting on their Kevin fucked her with a M seven sixties Mark Larson and I'm Cliff Halpert, Kogo news from the helpful San Diego Honda Dealers. Traffic Center Accident East 56 before Camino del Sur off to the shoulder or 15 this accident before fella Sita is also off to the shoulder. In both cases, the freeways are up to speed responsive by Jeff Anderson and associates. Marxian. Coco's next real time Traffic update is that 12 30? It's time for the sexual abuse of Children to stop a new law help survivors of childhood sexual abuse. Take legal action. Jeff Anderson Associates is one of the nation's leading child sex abuse law firms. Call 1 800. It's time once he was 011 Santa sent a boulevard suite 700 Los Angeles, California 90049. The kids at Rady Children's Hospital aren't asking for much this year. Just permission to be a kid in a world that often tells them. No, you could be the one who.

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"children hospital" Discussed on Get Real -w- Caroline Hobby

Get Real -w- Caroline Hobby

05:28 min | 5 d ago

"children hospital" Discussed on Get Real -w- Caroline Hobby

"Have a few more since so many celebrities are involved. The st jude who has been one that has walked the doors that you've worked that you're like oh my god is beyond say like who was in the one that's like totally shook you will be onto his not. She's more than welcome to come on. We love down to you Honest to goodness. This sounds silly. I'm not super star. Struck the cool thing for me. I think is that often when celebrities come here. They're not a celebrity that moment it. Just be whoever. They are And i've i've met a ton. I mean i could namedrop taylor swift cohen. She was just taylor. Swift a girl visiting kids and bringing joy and i've enjoyed back but the one that stuck with me. I mentioned surly on. And i remember. The moment was when chadwick. Boseman came the white panthers so the ceo and a couple. There's got the have lunch with him. And i remember turning to rick. Who's our ceo and credible man. His father was one of the original founders. Of saint. You danny thomas and let me ricks met so many amazing business leaders and presidents and celebrities and he walked out of the room to go. See the patient we turn to each other like. Wow like there was something so profound and special. And then i watched him with the patience and it was really time for him to go and he stayed extra time. It was just one of those moments. Where i was like. What an amazing human. And it wasn't until he passed away that we knew when he was here no wonder he got it because he was dealing with his own cancer battle as one you would have never known that other than he just had this the same sense and spirit often give them our patients of wisdom and joy and presence riots not taking granted he was present and fully in the moment of of giving and receiving joy. I told many people so i was dumbstruck when he died because i figured out why that seems so special amendment. Isn't that the truth though so many of us especially in this day and age where everything's in an instant social media's everywhere which it can be such a blessing to but it's like so fast paced so moving so fast like keeping up with whatever that being present is almost. I feel like you feel that way. Like being present having the ability to be present is almost like a superpower. I'll tell you. There's one thing that i've had to work on really hard in the last years. Personally its presence. You called me as an right now. He would tell you like. That's one thing i've gotten much better about his being at you know because we have jobs and children. Whatever else in were frenetic and we multitask. Which if you read anything that multitasking tells you really not doing anything. You're less productive. Actually that the gift. I've always admired these like wise calm people who just you feel like you're the special person in the world And there was something to that. I've been i've been trying to be more present and look there's also been fun moments. I remember when president clinton came to visit. And that's not a political statement. We've we worked with every administration and the in the past decades but my favorite was president. Clinton comes to visit and there was a patient who's since passed. His name is marquel. Who is larger than life. Like marquel was always dressed to the nines of his rayban. Sunglasses on so president. Clinton comes on. He's like yo. I'm glad you're here. I'm glad there's another celebrity around here besides me then. Marquel goes on s. Oh so. I mean lack health of that the president clinton no he says the president like. I'm glad there's another celebrity around here besides me. I mean so much sas in one body and then he says the presently like so. So how do i get the paparazzi to follow me around and president clinton was like yo can't it's not often. It's i mean he was just a larger than life. Kid'll coop who says that who have that swagger to say this. The president of the president like So when he passed it just devastated all of us. He was just such a larger than life. Kid that here's this amazing moment. The president's coming in and all the seriousness and he just makes us all crack up laughing other celebrities are here now to inside. Three amazing celebrities are just people like marquel yours to do to get around by the paparazzi. Were like that was the leader of the free world but okay markelle so so mazing so you deal with so much joy so much hope Sometimes so much pain and sadness you deal with the spectrum from high to low everything in between what have you learned about life. What do you feel. The point of life is with being in a job that is so present and so why walking that line of life and death hope and sadness like what. What have you learned about the point of life question. I'm going to say this. Most emphatically i know how to say it. Every life matters every life matters in every life has the chance to change the world. One of the things you realize. When you're here you may not be famous at the dollar you gave may have just been that one dollar that made all the difference in the world. You may have only been on this life. And this i for six years there. People like me who carry your name on her heart and show up every day to work twice as hard so the the next extra that walks in the door get sixty more There are celebrities that do many many things with their power that come here And completely transform not one person's day thousands and thousands of lives I've learned that that lives matter and you can do great things with yours and you don't have to.

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"children hospital" Discussed on Get Real -w- Caroline Hobby

Get Real -w- Caroline Hobby

01:34 min | 5 d ago

"children hospital" Discussed on Get Real -w- Caroline Hobby

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"children hospital" Discussed on Get Real -w- Caroline Hobby

Get Real -w- Caroline Hobby

05:17 min | 5 d ago

"children hospital" Discussed on Get Real -w- Caroline Hobby

"So there are a million other amazing great hospitals right. But we're not taking care of broken legs and and common colds and some of the other things so when you talk about that seems you literally can't function without donations. So other hospitals. Get the bulk of their money. From insurance recoveries. Right thank goodness. There's insurance you get sick insurance cover. They don't cover a lot of what we do here. In so we rely on the support of the public's more than eighty two percent of the money's it takes to operate scenes. you have to from generous donors. It causes over a billion dollars a year to operate. So we've got to raise that money. Our average donations are in the forty dollars. So when i say this is a moment of like getting shirt becoming a monthly donor. Giving your dollar like that stuff matter. So i always want to talk people who think oh saint jude's big or they've got celebrity like this is what we do together and so i'll switch over to talk about as a mom with a bola to help a ton of humility Some really dedicated meantime every day. I'm so thankful that my children Have this experience with me. So i don't just work here. My family works here. I wish she could have kids here. Today they. Are they better humans because of this place like they think moms jobs cool for a lot of reasons but like my worst day when i'm gone home and said like i can't do this anymore. My son was six at the time. Said to humming half so work at saint jude own class at school. They know patients my daughter There's a friend of hers and a sporting team that is dealing with the brain tumor and they didn't want to tell anyone because they didn't want the child to be treated differently. My daughter said mom. Don't worry i'll watch out for. I'll make sure nobody treats her differently. And they don't define her brain term. Because i know you've taught me from saint cheer. It's changed them to be around this mission and to believe in something bigger and to grow up knowing that you're supposed to use your skills and your talents to get back in the world. Those are my good days. Like we're not talking about the days when i'm like. Oh my god. I'm overwhelmed in the rest of this crazy. And i'm like last week. I was on board calling the schools calling in the doctor's calling in the kid now my daughter is old enough that she can facetime and yell at me and then hang up on me so much. Humor behind all the shots. Incredible though the impact that it's had on your kids. Because i can. I can actually imagine them going to saint jude being a child themselves to see that. I'm sure their hearts are just so empathetic environment to grow up in. You know it's funny too. I People are often. They think it's scary. Like would not be scared of kids or they think they can get kid sick too but this is where kids. They don't think like that they just say well. That's a kid. Like me. And i want to help them so actually. My daughter's fourth grade class last year on their learning design thinking. Because you know. That's what i learned in fourth grade and thanking designed. I don't even know what that means. You'll have to google it later. Ignorant now we use it at marketing. But it's the whole process. It's really a very innovative process for how you rainstorm. Bring us based to live in an e you. You do a lot of brainstorming work. You do modeling. You bring an idea to let this is. My fourth graders are learning that they actually called over the teachers and said the kids know about saint jude. Can they do something jude. So the pavilion. Which is weird. Eighty thomas and rose. Marie buried is kind of our museum campus. She probably saw it when you were here so her fourth grade class actually helped us redesign that pavilion to make it more user friendly and more kid friendly because that's often the only place they can come here and visit at the hospital right since it's a working hospital so we're in the middle right now some construction and updating since we're closed to the public and she asks me everyday like how's it going. Did you take my idea. Can we come into work when it's open like the kids write letters here to saint. Jude's done fundraisers on their own. They're they're amazing. And how great design. My fourth graders because this is for kids so quarter. Their ideas were way cooler than ours. Innovation teams. we have our own. We renamed by fast company. This year is the best workplace for innovators and it was so fun to see these brilliant invaders in our team. How their minds blown by these fourth grade kids and they're really cool idea so they're just mad that we couldn't put a confetti floor for our no more celebrate but will think gosh So i my husband has a very personal close story saint jude when you were mentioning mentioning. A brain tumor. My husband's older brother passed away brain tumor when he was fifteen and he Saint jude was a big part of michael's family's journey and that michael is very passionate about eight june for that because it was as far as an experience goes. You can't have a more loving experience in saint jude when you're in that kind of turmoil as a family and so Yeah so he always especially. Of course i hold near to but for him it super personal and it matters so much because he lived through it. Also it's the story is amazing. And i did not leave my brother to cancer. Somebody who lost their brother at changes you forever. The new loving him and walking alongside in that journey Knows what what it means here to lose knows what it means to have hoped knows what it means to love somebody through those most devastating times. I think that's why you're support in.

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"children hospital" Discussed on Get Real -w- Caroline Hobby

Get Real -w- Caroline Hobby

06:04 min | 5 d ago

"children hospital" Discussed on Get Real -w- Caroline Hobby

"Am excited to be joined by emily. How a hand today. She is such a phenomenal woman. I loved focus on phenomenal women on my podcast. Who are changing the world and doing amazing things and no one is doing that more than emily. Emily is the chief marketing and experience officer. What title for saint jude chief. Marketing and experience officer and i have to say i came in june. I've always loved saint jude. Because i've always known about st jude. But i've really gotten to know saint jude to walk the halls of the hospital to meet the people that work there to meet some of the children and the families in saint jude and it is unlike any other hospital experience in the world and so to have the job that you have. Which is the chief marketing and experience officer for saint jude along with so many other things. You're also in charge of like fun. Fund raising awareness. You do brand marketing marketing research and strategy crisis communications. I mean that's sounds complicated. Entertainment marketing patient relaxant relations. You oversee event experience. So you're basically the experience guru for saint jude. Talk to me about this role. What it means to you and how you kind of be here. Well first of all. I'm thrilled beyond words to be on your show. I feel like i must be the slide in holiday guests with all the other amazing women. You talk so. I'm like. Oh well never but i'm i'm glad you said what you said. My story of coming into seizures recruited to come here. And i will never ever forget my first moments on campus. And the first thing they do. When you're interviewing here they take you on a tour and it was life changing and unhappy with my family story. I grew up in hospitals and other sisters. My mom is a nurse and my father was actually a funeral home director when i was a kid sudden and a lot of hospitals. And you're right. This doesn't feel like one it doesn't smell like one it doesn't feel like one and so yeah. I mean. this is a dream of a lifetime. Job i am. I can't believe i'm here. I actually have been here for ten years. Which is really weird because most. Cmo's stand there job less than two years some officially dinosaur industry but I got hall. You'd say really hard it's some it's growing it's phenomenal. It's pinch me type of work. I it's it's changed my life. I'm a better professional a better person. A better partner a better mom because i work here. So yeah i got called I know exactly where. I was driving home from my hometown in oklahoma and back to my house in texas with my one year old baby at the time and my husband and got called to come work at saint jude which i was like no way actually never had a chief marketing officer so i got the call to to see if i would do that. I met the ceo. rick shock. I think you guys have met on your tours here. He's an amazing visionary and and together we dreamed. And i said i'd like this can be notched a great brand electronics brands. And the chance to work here to help find cures and save children around. The world is a as a dream. Come true and the stuff i've been able to do in the last decade. No way no way of someone who told me that i would have gotten to have this job a thirty one years old. Wow i would be in the seat. I m now and experienced things. I've experienced dream of a lifetime. So tell me how. This job has changed. You could use that has made you a better person. And what are some of the things that you cannot believe that you've gotten to be a part of an create experiences. I'll tell you the thing that's changing the most and there's got inbound to this. That's the patients and the families that the fact that i get to work in a place that i'm surrounded by kids and their families at would really be the darkest times in their lives in many ways yet. It's not It's changed me forever. There there are so many moments we call him. Saint jude moments here whether we whether you want to say that they're magical or mystical or godly or other worldly point to so so many of those But i've learned about the best of humanity here. Yeah the power of people. I think too about the people caroline. You've you've gotten involved. I think about the country industry. i mean. there are people who've never even set foot on this campus. They may not even know. Cg patient yet millions of them give and they sacrifice and they do. Lemonade stands and give her other retirement. Check so I'm blown away. I'm blown away by the patients. And their and their tiny ultimately young wives how wise and powerful and amazing and funny they are. They remind you of what really matters in life when we often get tangled up and strangled other things that don't matter and i'm happy to got on favorite moments. There's so many golan's. I don't even know where to begin but we can have some fun stories from from having lunch with chadwick boseman not knowing that he was second seeing the kids. React and black panther Actually watching the mothers react to back. Jackson came in florida georgia line. Right i mean in like watching people go beserk with matt or justin timberlake's or i mean domino's pizza and raising Having them commit one hundred million dollars on the smells enjoys. That can come from just pizza. So i work with all the coolest people on the planet but yet we're all united in the same purpose which is taking care of these little kids who need us most. And that is something that i I think so many of us struggle with just the I always emotionally say there were. Since i've had a child like everything makes me cry. But like saint judas. It's like those children and their innocence. And you know it's just not gonna make the parents pay for anything. Everything is completely funded and it's not just like let's try to heal them with modern medicine. It's also like let's give them bein. Let's.

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$10,000 Reward Offered In Search For Shooter Who Critically Wounded 5-Year-Old Boy In Chicago

Steve Harvey

00:43 sec | Last week

$10,000 Reward Offered In Search For Shooter Who Critically Wounded 5-Year-Old Boy In Chicago

"Group is offering a $10,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of the gunman who shot a five year old boy on Chicago's Far South side last week. Early Walker of the group I'm telling Don't Shoot, announced a reward yesterday as the search continues for Clarion Williams shooter that she has already been a terrible year. It's been a terrible time for everyone. But here it is. It's gonna be one last member of a family member at the table this year. He's five years old. The boy was playing with an iPad inside the home and the 200 block of West 115 Street when someone in a passing vehicle fired shots towards the residents. The boy was rushed to Comer Children's hospital with a gunshot wound. He remains in a medically induced coma.

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Philadelphia Officials Worry Negative COVID Test Results Giving ‘False Sense Of Security’ About Gathering For Thanksgiving

Lynne Hayes-Freeland

00:41 sec | Last week

Philadelphia Officials Worry Negative COVID Test Results Giving ‘False Sense Of Security’ About Gathering For Thanksgiving

"Planning on any extended family members joining your Thanksgiving dinner. One doctor says A covert 19 tests right before you leave for the holiday may give you a false sense of security. Dr. David Rubin, director of policy lab at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. Tells The Associated Press There is a better way to prepare. Those who have done this appropriately have actually been quarantining have literally isolated themselves over the last week, or we can happen then in the presence of a negative test with that type of With that type of routine over the last week or we can, a half that can actually be give you a fair amount information that you're likely not to have. It is too late to jump on that advice two days before Thanksgiving, but good to remember for your Christmas

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'MasterChef Junior' star Ben Watkins, 14, dead from rare form of cancer

WBBM Morning News

00:53 sec | 2 weeks ago

'MasterChef Junior' star Ben Watkins, 14, dead from rare form of cancer

"Rare disease has claimed the life of a 14 year old Gary Boyd, who competed in the TV cooking competition show Master Chefs Junior Ben Watkins died and Lurie Children's Hospital, where he was being treated for a rare form of cancer that his doctors said only affected about a half dozen other people. Statement from his grandmother, Donna Edwards, says Ben suffered more than he Sharing his 14 years on this earth, But we take solace that is suffering is finally over. And in the end, Ben knew he was loved by so many. He lost his parents in a murder suicide. When he was hospitalized. Chef Gordon Ramsay and the cast of Master Chef Jr recorded a video. We know you can beat this strong as an ox, if you can beat me. The master of Gina Kitchen. Trust me, you could beat this, Ramsey said. On Twitter. We lost a master of the Master Chef Jr Kitchen today, Ben, you were an incredibly talented home cook and an even stronger young men.

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Hospitals across the US forced to send patients to other states

WBZ Morning News

00:38 sec | 2 weeks ago

Hospitals across the US forced to send patients to other states

"Nation, including the Midwest, Wisconsin Children's Hospitals are starting to admit adult patients from overwhelmed hospitals. And in Oklahoma, some hospitals air sending patients to neighboring states for treatment. This is real, and we're in a hospital Christ, Pennsylvania is now reporting more than 5000 daily infections more than 115% in just two weeks. With deaths. Also rising. Health officials strengthen the mask mandate and ordered anyone entering the state be tested within 72 hours, including residents who leave for Thanksgiving. Chris Martinez, CBS NEWS Los Angeles

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At Least 20 Shot, 2 Killed In Gun Violence In Chicago This Past Weekend

John Williams

00:27 sec | 2 weeks ago

At Least 20 Shot, 2 Killed In Gun Violence In Chicago This Past Weekend

"Chicago Police say they were 20 shooting victims, including two deaths in 18 different shootings across the city from Friday night through Sunday. The number of victims less than half the previous week. Among the injured a 12 year old boy shot by a 13 year old who was handling a gun inside of a home in the 700 block of East 150 place. On Saturday. The boy was struck in the chest was taken a calmer Children's hospital in serious condition. The 13 year old has been released without charges. Bryan Burrough,

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3 people, including 14-year-old, shot inside South Side dance studio, Chicago police say

WBBM Evening News

00:33 sec | 2 weeks ago

3 people, including 14-year-old, shot inside South Side dance studio, Chicago police say

"People, including a 14 year old girl were wounded in a shooting this evening at a dance studio and the Chatham neighborhood on the city's south side, according to Chicago police the girls with a group of people inside the studio and the 200 block of East 79th Street when someone opened fire from outside, police say the teenager was struck in her shoulder and taken the Komar Children's Hospital in fair Condition. Police also say an 18 year old male was shot in the torso and taken to Northwestern Memorial Hospital and a 19 year old male was shot multiple times in the Abdomen and taken to the University of Chicago Medical Center.

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Schools Debate Closing as COVID-19 Cases Surge

All Things Considered

03:33 min | 3 weeks ago

Schools Debate Closing as COVID-19 Cases Surge

"All right. So is the U. S heads into what looks like the worst stage of the Corona virus pandemic. So far, the question of whether to keep schools open has become one flash point. It has divided parents, teachers and experts. In the past week, Detroit announced it would close schools until at least January. New York City's mayor has said schools there could close as soon as Monday on your common it's from NPR's education team is following this and joins us now. Hi, Onya. Hi, Ari. It first give us a picture of what's happening with schools nationally across the country. I think one thing you can say is that there's not a lot of correlation between what the virus is doing and whether or not schools are open. So you have some hot spots that are staying open as much as possible and other places, especially in cities where the cases might be lower, But all the schools are closed. You're in New York City where there's been a lot of debate. Tell us more about what's going on. They're so here. The nation's largest school system, if you're than a third of the city's students are actually attending school in person right now. But they're pretty passionate about it. And Mayor Bill de Blasio had promised that when the city hits a 3% positivity rate on the tests, the covert tests that he would close all the schools and he signaled today that that threshold is pretty much coming up potentially as soon as Monday. On guy talk to Danielle Example. She's a working mother of two in Washington Heights, who created a petition to keep schools open. That's got about 6000 signatures. So far, it's frankly ridiculous, said You could go to a restaurant and have someone serve you a pizza indoors. My child is being deprived of an education. Daniel. What is the signs actually say about how much spread of the virus is happening in classrooms? Well, there's evolving data, therefore evolving scientific opinion. But what you hear pretty consistently is that if you have masking if you have some distancing handwashing keeping groups of Children apart, At school itself can be a pretty safe environment, especially with Children younger than 10, who may be less likely to transmit the virus. There's some caveats to this. Of course, not every school district in the United States necessarily has the funds to do proper social distancing or disinfecting and where researchers have told us they have seen outbreaks is with things like high school athletics and informal gatherings of kids outside of school. So the message is very much there. Keep masking. Keep distancing. If you want to keep schools open sounds like a lot of conflicting priorities for leaders to juggle. Yes, definitely. And I think that's you know, it's particle makers virus so painful you have people pointing out there are cities with closed schools and open restaurants and the virus poses the greatest danger to older people as we know, including many teachers in that category. Meanwhile, the Children are being asked to stay home where they have very unequal access to remote learning by income and by race, and they're missing out on big chunks of their education. I want to bring in a pediatrician's perspective from Seattle Children's Hospital Here is Dimitri kissed Aucas. Everybody says Well, we can't send ships to school if it's going to cost lives, But in fact not sending kids to school also cost lives on you explain how not sending kids to school also costs lives. What argument is he making there? So in this new paper, he's arguing that of these millions of kids who have essentially missed big chunks of their school lives. Some will not graduate high school and we know Ari that less educational attainment means to means shorter lives down the road for a whole host of reasons you're more likely to drink smoke have heart disease. Working, more dangerous occupations. So in terms of these kids, futures of our kids features in this country, they're just really tough things to consider on both sides

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NFL Fans Donate Money In Honor Of Buffalo QB Josh Allen's Grandmother

Boomer & Gio

00:42 sec | 3 weeks ago

NFL Fans Donate Money In Honor Of Buffalo QB Josh Allen's Grandmother

"This is kind of cool. The bills are in arizona this weekend. Now in honor of josh allens grandmother bills fans donate who passed away. Bills fans donated money to a children's hospital mostly according to the story in increments of seventeen dollars to represent his jersey number. It looks like according to the story this morning. They have surpassed three hundred thousand dollars now in donations and here was alan yesterday. I know my family and his for you know in engraved here and Myself included in. And i don't. I don't ever wanna leave obviously and I wanna play here for for as long as i can Givebacks nudity and get back those mafia. That's very

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Pfizer says COVID-19 vaccine is looking 90% effective

Scott Sloan

00:55 sec | 3 weeks ago

Pfizer says COVID-19 vaccine is looking 90% effective

"Ell Cincinnati Bringing a vaccine the market in a matter of weeks with the 11 30 report on Bryant copes breaking now Much of the research was done at Cincinnati Children's Hospital. Fizer, saying this morning is going to ask for approval of its vaccine for emergency use of the U. S. By the end of the month, says trials that are currently underway have shown that vaccine has been 90%, effective in Trump's first tweet Monday morning was in response to the news that a vaccine from drug company Pfizer is more effective at preventing cove in 19, then placebo. The president writing in all caps. Quote stock market up vaccine coming soon, adding quote such great news vaccine experts say these results from Fizer are promising. Mr Trump said repeatedly that a vaccine would be ready by the end of the year. Maybe even before Election Day. What public health experts cautioned it was more likely to take until early to mid 2021 for a vaccine to be ready for widespread distribution.

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Pfizer Could Apply for Emergency Use of Covid-19 Vaccine by the end of the month

Scott Sloan

00:17 sec | 3 weeks ago

Pfizer Could Apply for Emergency Use of Covid-19 Vaccine by the end of the month

"Done at Children's Hospital here in Cincinnati. Pfizer says this morning it'll last for approval of its vaccine for emergency use in the U. S. Before the end of this month, says the trials that are currently underway show that the vaccines but over 90%, effective in preventing Corona virus cases in Trump's first tweet Monday morning

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Cases of COVID-19 in children on rise, with highest 1-week spike yet

Sean Hannity

00:18 sec | Last month

Cases of COVID-19 in children on rise, with highest 1-week spike yet

"Some new worries is covert 19 cases continue to rise across much of the country for more than 61,000 new cases of covert 19 among Children in the U. S. During the week ending October, 29th. That's the highest weekly increase since the onset of the pandemic, according to data compiled by the American Academy of Pediatrics and Children's Hospital

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Halloween: Boston Children's doctor urges caution in COVID-19 pandemic

Lewis and Logan

00:25 sec | Last month

Halloween: Boston Children's doctor urges caution in COVID-19 pandemic

"Will have an effect on Halloween celebrations this week. Dr John Braunstein of Boston's Children Hospital is among medical professionals urging all of us to limit celebrations to members of our own household or trying to reduce the numbers of interactions were trying to keep social distancing trying. Keep Massport if you can achieve all those things as so get some candy, your problem. CDs. He recommending people avoid indoor parties, haunted houses and hayrides.

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Chicago 3-Year-Old Girl Shot on Chicago's Far South Side, Police Question Person Of Interest

WGN Showcase

00:19 sec | Last month

Chicago 3-Year-Old Girl Shot on Chicago's Far South Side, Police Question Person Of Interest

"Questioning a person of interest after a three year old girl accidentally shot herself inside a. Kelly met heights home. Police were called to the home near 89th and Ken would Saturday afternoon. A woman's inside, says she heard gunshots and found the three year old with a gunshot wound to her wrist. She was taken to comer Children's Hospital in good condition. Police did recover a gun at the scene. A victim of a

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3-year-old boy shot, wounded in Southwest Philadelphia

KYW 24 Hour News

00:29 sec | Last month

3-year-old boy shot, wounded in Southwest Philadelphia

"Three year old boys in the hospital after he was shot in South West Philadelphia tonight. About an hour ago. Police say that the little boy was shot in your 68th and Coupland streets. The three year old was shot in his hand and arm. He's reported to be in stable condition at Children's Hospital. Investigators say that no weapon was recovered and no arrests have been made at this time. Stay with K Y W News radio for more details again. A child shot in South West Philadelphia tonight in stable condition.

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8-Year-Old Girl Shot While Doing Homework In east Chicago Home

John Williams

00:48 sec | Last month

8-Year-Old Girl Shot While Doing Homework In east Chicago Home

"In contact racing. An eight year old girl in critical condition after she was shot in the head while inside her home last night, and his Chicago police say officers responded to reports of shots fired at 45 11 Magoon Avenue just after 10 o'clock last night. Police say when they arrived. They spoke with the girl's mother found the eight year old bleeding from the head. She was taken to ST Catherine's Hospital. She was stabilized there, then went to comer Children's Hospital in critical condition. An initial investigation says an unknown person began shooting an automatic weapon outside a neighboring residents on Magoon Avenue in a stray bullet entered the girl's home. She was struck while doing her homework. The Chicago police say if you have information about this case call their tip line.

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HPD Chief: 2 police officers shot in southwest Houston

Larry O'Connor

00:41 sec | Last month

HPD Chief: 2 police officers shot in southwest Houston

"In an apartment complex in southwest Houston today. One of them fatally Houston police chief Art Azevedo saying the three officers were called to the complex to assist a woman to move out of her husband's apartment. After two of the officers were struck by gunfire. The SWAT team was called in about 26 A. M. The suspect looked out the window saw the heavy police presence. By that time Swatch around Thea apartment had well contain had taken over from patrol. And he came out and surrender the couple's 14 year olds. Dunn was also shot at the scene transported to a local Children's hospital. The motive behind the shooting is under investigation. The family of slain

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Woman found breathing at Detroit funeral home has died, attorney says

Mark Levin

00:26 sec | Last month

Woman found breathing at Detroit funeral home has died, attorney says

"From suburban Detroit, who was declared dead in August, only to be found alive at a funeral home, has died, according to her family's attorney to make a bow shot, died yesterday at Children's Hospital in Detroit. Her family had called 911 in August because she appeared to be suffering from breathing problems. A doctor who wasn't on scene declared her dead after getting information related by AM Keys on the scene. She had been hospitalized since the August incident. A

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"children hospital" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:57 min | 7 months 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 Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

02:08 min | 1 year 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 Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

02:08 min | 1 year 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 The Daily

The Daily

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"children hospital" Discussed on The Daily

"Here's what else you need tonight. You're interested interesting that. On thursday. President Trump claimed that remarks by former special counsel, Robert Muller showed he was innocent, despite Muller's, explicit statement that he could not clear, the president of criminal conduct. Never Trumper somebody that just like the president described Muller without evidence as biased against him and declared that despite its interference in the two thousand sixteen election that Russia played no role in his victory. Got me elected, you know, got elected, I got elected Russia didn't help me at all. The daily is made by feel welcome. Andy mills. Lisa Tobin, we will question. Lindsey garrison any Brown. Claire, tennis koetter Haege Cowan, Michael Simon Johnson, Fred Fisher, the Rhys Anderson, Wendy door. Chris, Jessica chump, Alexandra. Leah Jonathan wolf. Lisa champ, Eric Kripke. Mark George and Luke. Vander. Our themes is by Jim Grunberg. And Ben lands of wondering special thanks to Sam Maceio Bussard still a Tam Julius Simon Samantha and.

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"children hospital" Discussed on The Daily

The Daily

07:18 min | 1 year ago

"children hospital" Discussed on The Daily

"Because referring patients elsewhere will cost the hospital money. That's right. There's not enough money coming in. They don't have enough money to support the department. So, essentially, some doctors feel that he's threatening their jobs, and he ends the meeting by telling the doctors to keep quiet about at all. Moral person giant about how you handle cases and why stop talking about it outside of this. Okay. So from June, first from the surgery to cardiac risk to intimation all this is going on. How is Schuyler doing Schuyler has improved enough to come off life support? But she has damaged vocal cord which can be a complication from surgery or going on life support. And she ends up aspirated so getting some things into her lungs that she shouldn't she ends up getting Monja. She aspirated again. I call it a roller coaster ride because it was just ups downs ups downs, and it was more downs than ups. I remember her birthday, just so upset she won't even. Down the nurses winning. They're a saying happy birthday tour to twelve that morning. The Doug greater own can address up a little bit. They had her paint, hit band around her. Hey, Andrew Scotto fashion by the end of July that morning of July thirtieth. She was just so happy Schuyler is doing a lot better, she's alert. She's gotten a bed a few times. She likes to have her hair braided in nails. Painted by the nurses, and her parents think she's doing pretty well. We pretty much locked in a home health nursing agency. The cell is going to be set up for like when we were going home. But on one of her last days in hospital. We were watching veggie tales, our favorite videos. She starts to have really serious problems. And I was just sitting there right beside her in the bed and actually going to. Down the street to wanted us the lines and get my hair like washed and everything and turned around as she was looking at me in. Blood start coming out of her mouth in our ask start rolling. Becker hit. In her stash is kinda deal and I'm kinda like, oh my God. Ran out and got one nurses, a solid little blue spill coming mouth, and I kinda got pushed out of the way and right before they wilder all in our members Kissinger in kinda Lovin owners took her back. I was just telling her you know, we loved her. I just she hit we just kept luck. Roll.

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"children hospital" Discussed on The Daily

The Daily

13:17 min | 1 year ago

"children hospital" Discussed on The Daily

"Some, some people. Now I look myself year once on the past line. Can't say I can't say for my kids. And that should be our discussion can't all of yourselves Amir. Think they're especially upset about another little girl who needed a heart transplant. And when Oregon became available, apparently the chief surgeon at the time he's the surgeon who operated on Schuyler didn't come in to do the transplant. Was right for Asians. Visit sign up. Got some light. You get a transplant something becomes available and the doctor just doesn't come in and do it. Well, the doctors ask their boss, the chief of their division. If there's some sort of explanation for this. We just have nothing. So. Is pretty. He didn't really have an answer for them in. I also asked the hospital about this, and they said that they can't share personnel information. But generally, no surgeon can be on call three hundred sixty five days a year. Of course, I also asked the surgeon himself, but he declined to comment, but the doctors in this meeting are upset because if they have patients who need transplants they need to be assured that there's going to be surgeon around to do them, and not only are the doctors in this meeting worried about the chief surgeon who did most of the operations at this time. Not aware that the. Cardiac intensive is in the lack of nurses in the lack of they're also worried about the whole system of care told this wreck this raising overdue. I should be fist as anybody. Maybe more. I never seen anything like it quite frankly, you mean everything related to kids having heart surgery and UNC. Yeah. It's really hard to pinpoint one specific thing that's going wrong because her treasury is really complicated. Right. Think about all the people involved, you've got the surgeons anesthesiologists people running the heart and lung machine during the surgery, you've got the nurses, the doctors in intensive care, the cardiologists. So it's a lot of people and a lot of things that need to work. Exactly right. In order for things to go well for these kids and the research actually shows that kids, especially with complex conditions usually do better in hospitals that do a lot of these surgeries. So if your hospital like UNC that's competing with a neighboring hospital, which they are. And actually a lot of hospitals in the country are. Then it can be really hard to get enough patients, so you have the volume that you need to get the best possible outcomes. So it's hard to say exactly why a patient, wouldn't do what I can tell you is that some of the doctors in this meeting worried that the hospital was under source in terms of staffing, and training. And that the hospital was taking 'em patients. It wasn't a quip to handle. But these doctors they didn't have evidence to back up their hunch, and that's where this recording gets really interesting. We can for Michael demand, Shortland transparency in terms of giving. Honestly, Elvis patients what the actual outcome. Yes. So one of the ways that hospitals figure out how they're doing the surgeries is they collect all kinds of data about every single surgery, like the way to the baby. If the baby is premature, if there are any genetic abnormalities things like that, and they send all this data to an outside organization, and that organization, make sure all the data is accurate and analyze it and they give a report back to the hospital. And in that report is something called risk adjusted data and what is that risk adjusted data? So it's basically trying to account for the individual risks of a particular patient. And so that way, you know, hospital handling the more complex patients. It's understood that they are going to have a higher mortality rate kind of takes the riskiness of what's going on here into account, and make sure that, that's part of the data. That's right. So the other important thing to know is that they can help. Show. If low risk patients are dying more than they should almost every hospital in the country that does pediatric heart surgeries sends this data in Tibet organization, but only seventy five percent of hospitals. Make the state of public. The other twenty five percent hospitals in the country. Don't share this data. You see falls into that category. What's especially strange? You see at the time. This meeting is even these cardiologists can't get the mortality data for their own hospital. That's really strange sounding. How is that possible? Well, I finally figured out that the hospital hadn't been submitting data Tabet outside organization because the person whose job it was to do that. They left in the position hadn't been filled for quite a while in the courteous are aware of this, but they still feel like there should be some basic mortality data that someone it's collecting likely chief surgeon, that's often, something that surgeons do, so they've been asking for some data, but they say they're not getting what they need. So the hospital is not sending in this. Oh, it's not getting a report back, which means the doctors can't share this UNC mortality, data with parents because they don't have. So I don't know what they're sharing with parents. But would I do know is that eventually UNC was able to submit that backlog, data and about seven months after this meeting, the doctors were able to look at some of it, and what did that data show? So I tried for over a year to get this information and UNC denied my request to the point that the New York Times decided to sue them for and just recently, I finally did get UNC to release some information. And what does it show? So for four year period through June of twenty seventeen UNC had a higher death rate for pediatric heart surgeries than nearly all of the other hospitals around the country that publicly report, this information, other hospitals have mortality rates is low as one. Or two percent. And so, for UNC from the data that they gave me their mortality rate was four point seven percent now. That's just the raw number. That's the number of kids who died out of the total number of surgeries, the information that they won't give me which seventy five percent of hospitals already made public is that risk adjusted data. Why won't they give you that information because they say it's not risk adjusted enough. I'm trying to say what that means data that is justed for the risk factors of the population that they take care of their argument is that it doesn't do enough adjusting for that risk. That's what they're saying. They say that they take care of some of the sickest patients. They say they take care of a lot of low income patients. The problem though. Is that hospitals throughout the country, including ones that publicly report this information? They also take care of really sick patients. They also take care of low income kid. I have to say the fact that they're arguing this point does make you wonder if they are worried that this risk adjusted number that they don't want you to see might be very unflattering so that might be the case. But that's why I wanna see the statea and the other thing they say is that it's not fair to compare them to other hospitals because the data isn't really statistically significant meaning there's no real difference between them and another hospital. But I mean if you're apparent in you have sick kid or if you're a cardiologist, and you have to refer that kid for surgery. This is information you should be able to get there. Right now. It really is. We are in prices. Everyone is aware of so that guy scene. It's a nightmare. That's Dr Tim Hoffman. He's the chief of pediatric cardiology, and he's the most senior person in that meeting. So the concern among the doctors has reached pretty senior levels in the cardiology department. That's right. We're going to be the next few years. I don't know that are gonna be without a surgical program with no. But I mean this is this is the forgone throw. So as the meeting ends. Dr Hoffmann says he's going to take these issues to someone named Kevin Kelly. That's the head of the Trump hospital at the time. So these are facing an ethical dilemma here. Some seems to be going wrong within their own hospital, and it's putting young patients at risk and the wrestling with how exactly to proceed and to call it out. Yeah. In that dilemma, only intensifies. Back looking for the right job can make you feel alone. 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"children hospital" Discussed on The Daily

The Daily

12:34 min | 1 year ago

"children hospital" Discussed on The Daily

"Today. A times investigation into a hospital where doctors suspected that children with complex heart conditions had been dying at higher than expected rates. And we're even children with low risk conditions seemed to do poorly. Secret recordings shared with my colleague Ellen Gable review. What was happening inside the hospital. It's Friday may thirty first. Well, skyline she was born. Go. First time saw NFL in love. She came out and she's just like have her hands up our face like she was posing. She came out posing just like you know, look, I'm pretty whatever she was gonna do. She was gonna be pretty doing it. So when did you realize that Schmidt, have a, a health problem? Okay. So she went, I think it was around her three month appointment at her pediatrician's office. And I noticed the one doctor, she say will her heart sounds off like that rhythm is really off. And she's a could be nothing but I just want to just take a look you know, just look more in depth..

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"children hospital" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:44 min | 1 year 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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"children hospital" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"children hospital" Discussed on KTOK

"This is the drive with Leigh Matthews. Hey, good afternoon. Hope you had a good day. We're gonna drive you home with traffic and weather together on the tens and a lot of other things that happened today. Newsradio one thousand KT. Okay. This still social Justice warriors were out and striking today. We'll tell you what they did to whom they sent it and whether or not it's going to be effective or not I've had a lot of people reach out to me number one about the Saturday Night Live apology that happened over the weekend. And I haven't had a chance to get to that. Plus the Akasa Cortez actions today. So we'll get into that as well. A little bit later on the president is sounding off on what's happening in Florida. I just shake my head because if I were in Florida. I'd be shaking my head. I mean eighteen years ago, they went through all this eighteen years ago. They had the same questions asked. And they haven't fixed it in eighteen years. Talking about the ability to count votes for an election. But you're you're welcome to chime in on that as well. Eight four thousand star one thousand on NewsRadio one thousand Katie. Okay. Black Friday is coming in today. Several of the stores announced their hours for black Friday and an update on those fires in California, which are sad. But some other stories of heroics are starting to seep out as well. April one thousand star one thousand this half hour, the Leigh Matthews program is brought to you by hill and company a train comforts specialist. It's hard to stop a hill. Tomorrow. I'm going to be at a very special event teaming up with my brother station K x y ninety six point one down the hall along with our other brother station down the hall K one zero three and we're going to be at the atrium of the children's hospital at the iheart radio special events raising money as we do every year for the children's hospital of Oklahoma and the children's. Hospital foundation. It's a truly unique hospital other states come to Oklahoma just to see how we do it here. And are wondering how we do it. And that's why we would like for you to help out and continue to help children in Oklahoma. From this hospital who are treated in all seventy seven counties and many of whom are never asked to pay a dime. And we're not just talking cancer either. We're talking all kinds of catastrophes. One little girl was in an ATV accident. Another little boy was in a it was badly burned. And another little girl was was born with several birth defects. But thanks to the actions of children's hospital, she's able to live a normal life. So I hope you'll join us tomorrow and be generous. I'll be there in the morning, and.

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"children hospital" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"children hospital" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Children's hospital is marking the thirtieth anniversary of an innovative program to help its Young's patients as KCBS Jeff bell reports. The project seems to be hitting all the right now, we're talking about the music therapy program at UC Davis children's hospital. You were one of the very first children's hospital to have music therapy as a whole time physician in the hospital Sundberg manages the hospitals child life and creative arts therapy department, which includes the music therapy program provides a daily groups for the children and our play spaces children are afforded opportunities to sing and play instruments, but often more importantly Secember also have an opportunity to express their emotions through banging on drums and shaking shaker shimmy, the older children also get a chance to learn to play an instrument sing for them says Sundberg opportunity to have some control and mastery and feel proud about learning. A new skill while they're here in the hospital. Sumberg says the familiarity of music can also help children feel more comfortable in the unfamiliar space of a hospital. Jeff Bill KCBS KCBS news time nine twenty one recreational Dungeness crab season is now open and the Earl. Reports are that it's looking like a good one KCBS gentlemen checks in with a couple of fishermen on their way back to port one San Francisco fishermen with a good thirty years experience of Dungeness crab, opening days says this was a good one seemed like it was a little bit less crap this year, there's a little more. So that's nice to see the captain didn't wanna give away so much as his name on the radio. But he would say his bounty was found along the Marin county coast for J yoga me. So who takes passengers out from Emeryville on the new Huck Finn. Opening day was more about quality than quantity. They're relatively few crab were big crowds. Really, heavy snow. They don't have to fight for down there. When there's a big massive crabs around it takes some longer to Boca. So these crabs on the heavy side. So it was it was good to see state health officials have tested, Dungeness crab or demonic acid and say the only caution to consumers now is to throw out the internal organs. Of any crab caught near the Russian river orbit ahead. The rest should be delicious lane. KCBS KCBS news time nine twenty two years new car model.

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"children hospital" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"children hospital" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Face painting bounce houses ice cream truck a CPR Demonstration boy you have a lot going. On. Out there it's not just a big. Sale no it's it's? It's really a lot of? Fun, there's, there's, a tremendous amount of energy on the campus during children's hospital week and and we. Have we have folks from children's hospital coming over and they. Do we do. Fire safety education training with the fire departments we. Have the humane society of the south Platte valley is they and we do canine adoptions during the week there's lots of great activities for the, kids like you said bounce houses and ice cream trucks. And face painting we've got food trucks out there for our customers Wednesday through Saturday so if you're, if you're out and about and want to take a look at. A car and need some launch, stop. On by we we'd love to feed you and take care of you as well what. Better time to do it too because you're having, it for a great cause you have a big campus out there so a lot is going on, and if you're. Looking for a car you get everything done at once and have a great. Time doing it, now it is a. Big campus, out there so what about parking what, about getting people around sure, yeah we We see a lot of traffic. Ed during that week there are. A, lot of. Customers that come out and you. Know we we try to keep the sale under wraps until days like today when we're ready to. Announce it because you know folks tend to wait for it. So it's sort of a big announcement when when we. When we tell everybody about it and we see a lot of folks that come in during. The week and. Because of that we we've got a comma, date folks so, we have valet parking when you come onto the. Campus we have valet parking we'll take care of, your vehicle and. We have golf carts to take your around and shuttle people around so they can they can move freely and efficiently through the campus you, guys have thought of everything but you also have many of Sean. Partners onsite with free activities for the, community that's right we have you know we do a blood drive during the children's. Hospital sale we have love hope. Strength which is a a wonderful charity, that we're partnered with through our mini store which assigns folks up for. The national bone marrow registry sort of through. The platform of music? And they'll be onsite doing? Swab, your..

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"children hospital" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"children hospital" Discussed on WRVA

"To get in at fifteen dollars a month to to eight kids to two eight five four three seven but what we do on the show that is different from everybody else is that we have a number of people who are part of the show who are very very fortunate and they're able to join the jeff katz vip club our jeff katz vip club has an entry fee of one thousand one hundred forty dollars the yesterday i think we got about twenty different folks who joins the jeff katz vip club at one thousand one hundred and forty dollars one thousand one hundred and forty dollars it doesn't have to be donated all at once you do it over the course of the year if you'd like we're talking about ninety five dollars a month to be part of the jeff katz vip club it makes a huge huge difference now as we head through the next couple of hours obviously i'll share with you some of the some of the the ladder numbers impoved with children's hospital of richmond basile lauded numbers right sixty thousand children that are seeing each and every year sixty thousand the percentages on average about one in ten kids from hen reiko and head over and chesterfield are going to be seen at children's hospital of richmond it be see you one in three kids from the city will be c at children's hospital of richmond ed bc you and not a single one of those children not a single set of parents will ever have to pay anything for the treatment why because it's free ride jeff it's free it's a nonprofit amina all they do is print money the reality is it's an awfully expensive undertake very expense besides the the human component you have pieces of equipment here that are two and three million dollars you have other pieces of equipment that are forward five hundred thousand dollars and then you have the additional expenses i think i mentioned yesterday diapers you know if you are it's been awhile since you had somebody in diapers you may or forgotten how many diapers somebody goes through in a day and you may also have forgotten just how expensive diapers are but when you take a look at the the nick you the neonatal intensive care unit where you've got the tiniest of little kids when those babies are here they're going through a lot it's a purpose and the.

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